Thursday, 28 April 2011

Ron Paul: Why I Want To Be President

8 comments:

Sibkiss said...

Ron Paul may run for President again, and even if he isn't elected, we should support his message. This is for all freedom loving peoples.

A.L.J.D. said...

@Sibkiss: I completely agree. He will almost certianly never receive the Republican nomination and he said time and time again he will never run as an independent. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't show him the support he deserves.

Jon P said...

This man is so brilliant and should be our next president. It's Ron Paul or bust for me.

Freedom Project Europe said...

He should be President and polls are eking up… I'm predicting 20% in November.

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Vincent Harris said...

good post

S. Michael said...
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S. Michael said...

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Hendrik said...

see http://bit.ly/GOPunbound2012 : Ron Paul currently estimated to have 180 delegates rather than the 60 reported by the media. And rising!

Santorum and Romney are far away from gaining the 1144 delegates needed.