Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Consider This

I don't tell people how to vote, but I think I would be remiss if I didn't give you the opportunity to take a look at this guy. You're welcome to ignore this post if you like, but if you're on the fence about who the next president should be, I urge you to at least listen to what Ron Paul's stance on the issues is. Check out this interview with John Stossel and you'll get a good idea of where he stands and then you can decide for yourself:

He wants to pull out of Iraq immediately, stop spending so much money and restore our freedoms under the constitution. His message reaches across party lines and is attracting a lot of people around the country. On Sunday, he broke the record for money raised in one day by a presidential candidate with 6 million dollars. He's got over 18 million in the bank so far for the fourth quarter, and we all know money talks. Despite his lack of big media exposure, he is not a fringe candidate. The major media polls seem to indicate that he doesn't exist, but the internet polls and straw polls put him on top again and again.

The reason I'm sending this message out now is that if you support his message, you still have a chance to register as a Republican (if you're not already), and vote for him in the primaries. I see Ron Paul as the only viable alternative to the cozy corporate-sponsored government we've had for all these years and will continue to have with almost any other current candidate as president.

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