Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Ron Paul urges voters to back alternatives to Dems, GOP | Chronicle | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle

Ron Paul urges voters to back alternatives to Dems, GOP | Chronicle | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle: "Out of the race for president, Lake Jackson congressman calls Obama, McCain 'the lesser of two evils' and wants voters to go for minor-party hopefuls instead

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

John K: I told you Paul was not a Republican but an opportunist. He has a personality similar to yours. I am right, as usual.

Mark Rauterkus said...

The opportunity for 3rd party success in the USA is such that it is impossible to call me an "opportunist."

I am an anti-opportunist, perhaps.

But, your right as you always are. Neo-con right wing right.

Tom said...

Mark,

John K does have a point. Paul is an opportunist whose campaign really hasn't done ANYTHING.

He should have been a man and got out of the way. While 10,000 people did show up for his "rally," it didn't serve a point other than self-serving.

It's time for Ron Paul to go away.

Mark Rauterkus said...

The whole idea of the USA is to include everyone.

The point of getting 10,000 people to have a rally in MN is to promote freedom.

That, sadly, is what is going away.

The treatment of the elected GOPers to the convention who were inclined to support Ron Paul was shameful.

Ron Paul beat Rudy in Iowa! Fred T never got more votes than Ron Paul in any primary (I don't think). But, those two got to speak.

Ron Paul beat McCain in Nevada.

The VP nominee got the endorsement from the Alaska Libs in the past. She had good things to say about Paul.

Thomas Leturgey said...

What FREEDOMS ARE GOING AWAY? I have repeatedly, repeatedly, repeatedly asked this question and have never, never, never got one response.

In eight years, any steps "back" I've taken have been totally because of my doing, not the governments. I don't care about the "fringe."

Ron Paul didn't play the game. Had he respected the Republican Party, he could have secured a day-one invite. He had no business in a "prime" role.

Rudy G. is a star. Ron Paul is a moon; at this juncture, perhaps a black hole of disrespect.

T