Comment: The 'I' is implied whenever

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The 'I' is implied whenever

The 'I' is implied whenever I'm speaking (writing). Come on grammar nazi. You should know this! (haha totally kidding)

But yeah, who do we have that's better? Let's do a list...

PROS
he fights for us
he's popular
he has credibility
he's already in the POTUS mix
he gets media
he's ron paul's prodigy

CONS
he endorsed Mittens (which is hardly a con. so what? does it matter?)
he sometimes will vote with the establishment when that vote doesn't really matter
he's not as dovish IN HIS RHETORIC as his dad

You gotta remember, Ron was trying to prove a point. Rand is trying to implement that point.