Even with all his experience as a congressman and a candidate, this stage of life is NEW to him, and he is handling it as well as he could, imho.
As a candidate for presidency he was wise to leave myriads of grassroots supporters find their (well, *our*) own ways to promote his ideas & candidacy, and thus, not buy up all the RP-related domain names. Ron Paul just arrived at the stage, where he needs an easily recognizable dedicated website, (which I really think doesn't have to be RonPaul.com at all, but that's not the issue here.) He must be as baffled as we are bewildered as to how to continue on with our own future liberty projects ;-)
*** Let's wish him and all involved in this dispute to come up with the best possible outcome amicably. . . with the help of the ICANN arbitrator, if necessary.***
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