...this is my opinion.
1. As a matter of existing law, it sounds like Ron Paul has a very strong case, and I expect he will win the dispute.
2. *IF* you accept the legitimacy of intellectual property (which is debated among libertarians), then Ron Paul is in the right per libertarian principles as well.
3. Ethico-legal considerations aside, I personally have no sympathy for the current owners of the websites, as it seems evident to me that their intention was to make money off of Ron's name and then sell it to him at a high price: not the behavior one would expect of a supporter.
Incidentally, I don't believe in the legitimacy of intellectual property, but I guess that's just a point of disagreement between Dr. Paul and I.
"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."
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