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Tigger (12/12/2007)
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Tigger (12/12/2007)

Ron Paul and his statements on Israel will never get him elected

Exactly which statement about Israel?

google --Ron Paul Israel--

Yea, that's what I thought.

He has made lots of statements about Israel, all of which are true. Much of their government is as corrupt as ours.

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Of interesting note, the Libertarian Party is officially endorsing Ron Paul. They are urging him to run as a Libertarian instead, but nonetheless calling for all LP members to vote for him, regardless of his party affilliation. I'll let them explain why:

http://www.lp.org/fp/article_546.shtml

Trust me, in our small Watergate office, the words "Ron Paul" echo throughout the hallways all day, every day, as we respond to the many questions posed by passionate Libertarians who call, e-mail, mail and visit our office.

If you think about it, this appears to put us in a tough position. We're the Libertarian Party, and Ron Paul is seeking the Republican presidential nomination. It's not our issue, right?

A party loyalist would not dare say something positive about a member of another party...right? Blind partisan loyalty is why Republicans and Democrats are so powerful...right?

No!

Partisanship is why they are corrupt. The Republican and Democratic parties exist to maintain their own power...that's about it.

We exist for liberty.

The official resolution is here:

http://www.lp.org/media/article_545.shtml

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morphy (12/12/2007)
Of interesting note, the Libertarian Party is officially endorsing Ron Paul. They are urging him to run as a Libertarian instead, but nonetheless calling for all LP members to vote for him, regardless of his party affilliation. I'll let them explain why:

http://www.lp.org/fp/article_546.shtml

Trust me, in our small Watergate office, the words "Ron Paul" echo throughout the hallways all day, every day, as we respond to the many questions posed by passionate Libertarians who call, e-mail, mail and visit our office.

If you think about it, this appears to put us in a tough position. We're the Libertarian Party, and Ron Paul is seeking the Republican presidential nomination. It's not our issue, right?

A party loyalist would not dare say something positive about a member of another party...right? Blind partisan loyalty is why Republicans and Democrats are so powerful...right?

No!

Partisanship is why they are corrupt. The Republican and Democratic parties exist to maintain their own power...that's about it.

We exist for liberty.

The official resolution is here:

http://www.lp.org/media/article_545.shtml

that's GREAT to hear. i was afraid they'd try to float their own candidate and detract from both mens' campaigns.

Ron Paul's got my vote.

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