They should not be able to run a website profiting off Ron Paul's image and likeness. If they remove everything related to Ron Paul, 12 term Congressional member from Texas, then sure, let them keep the domain.
If they want to continue profiting off of someone else's image and likeness, get ready to have that domain name taken by force, because you're infringing on this man's personal and intellectual property.
And intellectual property is in fact "property" when it's acknowledged and recorded. I'm not sure why so many "libertarians" would argue otherwise.
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