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hrdman2luv
09-02-2008, 10:10 PM
Bob Barr showed up. I got to ask him a few important questions. To which I didn't get any straight answer to.

Chuck Baldwin didn't even show up, so I asked his VP pick. And didn't get any straight answers from him.

So I waited...And waited......But no endorsement from Ron Paul for president.....
I guess, as always, the good Dr. will leave it up to us to decide for ourselves. And I'm OK with that. Except, I don't have a clue about who to vote for.

Bob has a bad bad voting record. And Chuck wants to hurt our freedom of speech with abolishing porn. (not that porn is important, but where would it stop)

I did talk to Dr. Pauls brother, and he seem to mention Chuck in a better way than Bob. I think it's because of their religious beliefs along with the limited Government message of Dr. Paul.

nullvalu
09-02-2008, 10:15 PM
I don't see what you're complaining about. Ron Paul has already said he wouldn't endorse anyone who he doesn't agree with on foreign and domestic policies. While Barr and Baldwin may be close matches (at least closer than Obama and McCain), I was never expecting to hear an endorsement from him. Nor, to be honest, would I want to hear one.

He would not tell you who to vote for, no more than you would tell him who to vote for.

hrdman2luv
09-02-2008, 10:20 PM
I don't see what you're complaining about. Ron Paul has already said he wouldn't endorse anyone who he doesn't agree with on foreign and domestic policies. While Barr and Baldwin may be close matches (at least closer than Obama and McCain), I was never expecting to hear an endorsement from him. Nor, to be honest, would I want to hear one.

He would not tell you who to vote for, no more than you would tell him who to vote for.

First off, I'm not complaining. Second, and most important, I don't want Dr. Paul to tell me who to vote for. Nor would I expect him to. But, If Dr. Paul was to endorse someone, I would trust that person alot more because of Ron Pauls inside information, honesty and integrity.

And the reason I was expecting an endorsement, was because he stated about a month ago, that he would probably endorse someone in Sept.

Truth Warrior
09-02-2008, 10:21 PM
Boo Hoo, I guess that you've just gotta think and decide for yourself on this one, this time. :rolleyes:

RSLudlum
09-02-2008, 10:24 PM
Practice personal responsibilty...choose for yourself.

PlzPeopleWakeUp
09-02-2008, 10:48 PM
nt

fj45lvr
09-03-2008, 12:47 AM
Chuck wants to hurt our freedom of speech with abolishing porn. (not that porn is important, but where would it stop)
.

Do you really think that the founders ever dreamed that porn was going to be potentially considered "speech" let alone "free speech" when they drafted the Constitution and bill of rights??

Even hollywood joked about it in their movie portraying a woman supreme court justice (as if it was a JOKE).....everyone knows its not "speech".

fj45lvr
09-03-2008, 12:49 AM
I thought he could not endorse a candidate other than McLame or he could be removed the republican party and thus removed as ranking member of the banking committee?

Someone help me out here.


He already has stated publicly he didn't vote for Bush the last two elections....


I don't think that a "non-GOP endorsement" would have any bearing on his treatment.