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Mr. Happy says
Wow - great link! Thank You for posting that. I knew about the Contra Affair but did not know that Ron Paul spoke-out about the crookery behind all that. He's a good man and I may not agree with all his ideas but he is still a good man overall.Cheers
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You're very likely right. It's probably a big reason why he ISN'T running in 2012. He may be hoping that 4 years from now the disgust many feel towards his brother has softened a bit...
Leslie McCowen says
Thanks for asking Chams! I'm fine, just my voice has been squashed. It always happens when you are politically incorrect. Just ask Maher or Stern or Williams. Not that I'm equating me with them, but I p*ssed off the same kind of people: Intolerant.
Nathan Orf says
hear hear! Man I wish more conservatives felt the same.
Actually, I am not a conservative. I'm just miffed that conservatives gave Romney the nomination instead of Jon Huntsman. Liked him better than Romney, anyway
No conservative would want Huntsman as the nominee, which is why he finally dropped out...
Too bad for conservatives. Jon Huntsman was the best candidate out there. He stood by his convictions, unlike flip-flopper Romney, who has no convictions.
Well I know a few conservatives who wanted him since he actually knows economics but unfortunately the reasonable conservatives don't have the numbers. That complete and utter nightmare Santorum lasted much longer! It says something truly disturbing.
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Billy Hicks says
Two Minute Review says
It's called term limits, ever hear of those? He was the first Republican Governor to be re-elected in Florida, so I wouldn't say they were exactly trying to kick him out.