On the one hand, Texas congressman Ron Paul, Republican candidate for the presidency, is a zealous champion of limited government, free markets and low taxes. On the other hand, he reportedly thinks the U.S. should not have gone to war against Nazi Germany. What to make of this heresy? In a word, a great deal – for it may define Mr. Paul’s isolationism.
What I am seeing is a very hard steering of the republican party far to the far right at a level that jeopardize the entire nation.
Under no circumstances should a candidate for office sign any pledge - I would never vote for anyone who signs a pledge. The whole point of having a representative is to have someone there who can respond to the issues in the best interests of his cor her constituency. Religious pledges limit their ability to adjust to unforeseen events and to compromise. They vote to only elect a person who believes in this and not that, which is in fact unconstitutional.
Ron Paul is just another far right extremist Republican ass licker.
tl;dr Ron Paul doesn’t really support abortion and gay rights all that much. He says he doesn’t care for them and believes they should be solely left to the states. Period.
I’m not ok with this.
wait what letter is this