Now be a real patriot and encourage your supporters to not write you in.
Don't let your ego get in the way like the rest of them. Encourage your
supporters to stand with the nominee.
Nothing brings people to their senses faster than huge debt or expenses, Newt G
and Ron P excepted of course.
Although I would not have voted for Ron Paul, unless he was running against
Obama, I want to say that I think he is a classy guy, and that he ran a
respectful campaign. He has the courage to say exactly what he believes without
apology, and he is very firm in his convictions. I also believe he is right
about many things, especially regarding the Constitution.
Nooooooo!!!Ron Paul and Jon Hunstman were the only Republicans worth
considering.That leaves me with no other options than whoever the
Libertarians nominate, or that Mormon with Utah roots who's still
running for President [Roseanne Barr].
@TOORon Paul and his supporters owe nothing to the Republican party
that marginalized him and used under-handed tactics to take away his victories
(Maine is a good example). I can't speak for all Ron Paul supporters, but
my support is not given away lightly just because someone is the party nominee.
When both MItt Romney and Barack Obama support bank bailouts, the NDAA, the
Patriot Act, individual mandates, and debt (whether for domestic or military
spending) then I know I'll have to vote my conscience and write-in Ron
Paul.@ toosmartforyouMitt Romney cannot win without Ron
Paul's supporters. I guarantee you that. You should be seeking to bridge
the divide and reach out, instead of alienating them with condescending remarks.
@ David KingIn politics, there are no guarantees; maybe in a
communist coutry there are, but not here.
@ LDS Liberal 3:39 p.m. May 14, 2012What? Not voting for either of
the Ivy League clowns?I'd bet Former NM Gov Gary Johnson will
get the Libertarian nomination.From the research I've done, he
seems like a decent alternative or you can always do like Richard Pryor in
Sure. He can end it now. He made all the money he needs to retire from these
It is one thing to stand for the white house, but another to sit in the white
@ TOO 2:50 p.m. May 14, 2012I'm going to go out on a limb and
say you are a Romney-ite.If I were Dr Paul, I'd use my
delegates as leverage. Until Mitt swore on a stack of Bibles that he would enact
sensible (that rules out catering to Wall St, the religious right, or the Tea
Party) legislation *if* elected.
Why should he campaign when his looney Libertarians high jack every State GOP
I'm still writing you in Ron Paul!!
Wally West,Actually, sir, I was for Ron Paul at the beginning. I
wanted him last time around as well. I honestly was, not just saying that. Romney is going to be the nominee so I am going to support that. The thing
for me is getting rid of Obama. I firmly believe with all my heart and
soul, however, that Romney will need to have a running mate that is a staunch
conservative like Dr. Paul. I would go for Rand Paul if I were Romney.
That's what I'm rooting for.
LDS Liberal,I thought you liked Obama. Or have I misunderstood? I
am asking sincerely. Will you really vote for the Libertarian?
There in no point in voting for Romney who is almost the same as Obama. RON
@ mssr,your statement is like saying Carl Marx is just like George
Washington! No Mitt is 100% Capitalist and Obama is a Marxisit! Oil and water
the two don't mix.
TOOSanpete, UTLDS Liberal,I thought you liked Obama. Or
have I misunderstood? I am asking sincerely. Will you really vote for the
Libertarian?7:35 p.m. May 14, 2012=====================
I do like Obama, but I am not a Democrat.it just so happens
that I DIS-like the Republicans more than any other party.and I have
voted Libertarian every election for the past 32 years.
Newsflash .... Ron Paul didn't end his campaign he's ended the
spending. He hasn't thrown in the towel yet.It's sad that
the only ideologies that have a chance to represent in presidential races
anymore are those with the money ... aka Romney and Obama.