with whatever domain name he chooses. The message is what is important and not the name. The problem with his argument that it should be his domain is that if he really felt that way he should have went after it years ago. He did not and that basically gave these other folks the green light. They built up a following and a life for themselves with that domain. For Ron Paul to now come and just take it away is wrong in my opinion. I hope they come to an agreement but if not, it will still work out fine for Ron Paul. He doesn't need the domain to succeed.
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