Effectively, you are voting for Obama.
What a bunch of Ga Ga.
I have ONE vote to cast. The person I vote for is the person I voted for. Period.
NO ONE owns my vote or deserves my vote except for the candidate that I think deserves it according to my own conscience.
My issues are freedom.
Get us out fo the United Nations
End the Federal Reserve's control over our money supply and allow competing currencies to put this country back on a path toward prosperity
Limited Constitutional government.
Secure our borders and THEN reform our immigration laws
NO MORE government education, housing, food stamps, social security, medical treatment for illegal immigrants
End abortion on demand once and for all by taking it out of the hands of the federal government where they NEVER had the authority to begin with and reverting it back to the individual states and declaring that life begins at conception
Stop the practice of corporate welfare whether they call it incentives, investments, grants, tax breaks, subsidies or no bid contracts
Repeal the 16th Amendment and abolish the IRS
End the war on drugs at the federal level
Stop policing the world and sticking our noses into the business of other countries
Repeal the New Deal and all of the unconstitutional entitlements
Repeal the Patriot Act IMMEDIATELY
repeal the TSA
Repeal the DHS
Abolish the NAFTA, CAFTA, SPP, and get us out of the IMF and WTO
There is only one candidate who even comes close to those issues that I find important
That is all well and good, but what is the point of voting for him if you know that voting for him would virtually guarantee election of one who will do almost the exact opposite? There is a difference between standing up for the things that you believe, even shouting them from the roof tops, and voting.
The interesting thing here is that even Ron Paul is not running because he thinks he can be President. He is a lot smarter than that. It is not certain that he even wants to be President although I think that he probably would like that. What he is really after is a voice in the setting of the Republican platform.
Allow yourself the information that will dispell tha myth in your thinking. Ron Paul CAN stil win the GOP nomination.http://runronpaul.com/interest/reality-check-the-real-republican-delegate-numbers/
Contrary to what the establishment media liars are telling the American people, Ron Paul is actually second in delegates.
This isn't about him "having a voice" at the convention. It's not about some mythical alliance with Romney so Rand Paul can be the VP. Ron Paul NEVER said that he doesn't want to be our president or that he doesn't think he can win. What he did say was that being president is just as important as changing the direction of our country and bringing back freedom. It's not about a power trip with him. In fact, he pledges to not take any more power than what the Constitution allows him and he WILL repeal all of the presedential signing orders that previous presidents signed that gave to them extra power and allowed them to circumvent Congress.
This is the guy we need whether you know it or not. We've been waiting a long time for a man like this to come along who is honest, and takes his oath seriously. THAT is why the establishment is terrified of him and the media either blacks him out or lies or marginalizes him. "They" don't want you and me to vote for Ron Paul giving us proof that he's the right one.