and I think he would not blindly support me.
That said, I think he's still completely right in his position on the domain name complaint as well as the value of his time at CPAC. His time is worth a lot right now, as I think the radio show is going to demonstrate.
If I could print all of my own bumper stickers, there would be a stack of them, one on top of the other:
"Ron Paul 2008"
"Ron Paul 2012"
"Ron Paul Was Right"
"Ron Paul Was Right...and Still Is"
"Ron Paul Was Right about ALL of it"
We used to see him as the anomaly in congress: the honest statesman. Now it's almost becoming boring, because every time he does something controversial, we learn more about it and realize that we were wrong instead.
I mean that with all sincerity, but I still think it's vital that we question everything he says and does. Otherwise how can we learn from him and test our own behavior?
Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.
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