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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Ron Paul - Insane Part Two

Ron Paul was on Meet the Press. This from the National Ledger.

Paul was forced to say that he would vote against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 if it were brought up for a vote again today. It was pointed out that he deemed Ronald Reagan "a dramatic failure." And his answer on the Civil War was mind blowing. He said that Abraham Lincoln made a mistake by going to war to free the slaves and his plan would have been to "buy the slaves and free them."

Then the reason for his support became clear...

Russert slammed Paul on decriminalizing drug use. He pointed out that in the past Paul had said, "All drugs should be decriminalized. Drugs should be distributed by any adult to other adults. There should be no controls on production, supply or purchase for adults."

Yessir...He is a nut.

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:24 PM) : 

He was fabulous! I believe you are mistaken in your analysis. Although you may not agree with all of his positions, he defended them extraordinarily well and came off great. He is a brilliant debater, and this interview proves it. He finally had a chance to answer all of his critics. Ron Paul just made it to the big leagues.


Anonymous Jimmy said ... (8:51 PM) : 

Ronald Reagan "a dramatic failure."

What a fool. I think you are right Kilo...Dope Heads for Ron Paul.


Anonymous J. Tyler Ballance said ... (1:56 AM) : 

I like most of Ron Paul's positions but I do not favor wholesale legalization of addictive drugs. I doubt that, as President, he would be able to get Congress to back full scale legalization, but he might get some pilot tests for some drugs that had medicinal value and possibly push more of the prescription meds out into the over the counter category.

Jimmy: The Reagan comment was, like so many others taken out of comment. Listen to the whole interview on Youtube before you make a decision.

What I don't understand is why a small number of my acquaintances in the Republican Party seem to harbor such a visceral fear of Ron Paul's position on reducing government and expanding our personal freedoms. Just read the Republican Creed and you will see that Ron Paul has the longest record of any of our candidates where he has consistently voted based on our Party's Creed.

A Ron Paul Presidency would be a breath of fresh air for this country, especially after the years in Neocon darkness.

I would expect a Ron Paul Administration to work cooperatively with the other two branches of government to restore and enhance our freedoms, while gradually moving our nation back to within its Constitutional limits.

BTW, I have met hundreds of Paulistinians and most are just middle of the road, family oriented people, just like the majority of our members of the Republican Committees here in Virginia.


Anonymous Jimmy said ... (9:03 AM) : 

Listen James, I watched the the interview. With a Ron Paul instead of Reagan there would still be a USSR, a Berlin Wall, El Salvador, etc.
We all dont agree with your nut jobs stances. He would have no FBI, No CIA, and no Patriot Act. Ron Paul weakens America.


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