Comment: We're all human

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We're all human

and I think Rand Paul is endorsing yet another candidate for whom I cannot vote. To err is human. Don't support anyone more than you would support yourself.

I probably have a more than average number of comments about Rand Paul that would be considered "negative", but I really like him and think he's a nice guy and a smart politician.

I stand with TMOT. Endorsements be damned! I don't care who you are or how much I agree with you, I'm going to make my decisions myself.

Let Rand do whatever he wants to do, but your comments like "RAND PAUL or NOT AT ALL" and "supporting him 110%" concern me. You're free to think and feel however you like, but the general run of the mill here at DailyPaul is highly independent thought. I am afraid of any cult of personality. A young and energetic woman I know supported Barack Obama in 2008, along with all of her friends. That woman later realized what terror she voted in, and she became my wife. I voted for George W. Bush in 2000, and I defended him until almost the end of his second term! (Now you can tell how much of an age difference there is between me and my wife, haha.)

Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney. I would NEVER have been able to support him. I voted for "live free" Gary Johnson. I am an odd fellow, a statistical blip. That's fine. I, and a growing number of others, refuse to give up our principles. Ron Paul endorsed Ken Cuccinelli, who was a mixed-up mess of good and bad ideals.

As far as I'm concerned, endorsements can only be bad.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.