So, I can see both sides of this argument. I really can.
But I just started wondering about something that no one's brought up yet. What was up with the Alex Jones interview that started this whole thing?
It seems pretty deceitful for Ron Paul to say "Unfortunately, I didn't have ronpaul.com, so I'm gonna have to have ronpaulshomepage.com," as though he's totally resigned to not getting it it, and then start this big legal fight. It's almost as if he had hoped that bringing up ronpaul.com would start a big pity party for him and get him the domain for free, but when it didn't happen, he decided to fight.
It's not exactly lying, but it seems a little shady. It's just not the straight-shooting Ron Paul that I've grown to love.