If Ron Paul doesn't win the presidency, I hope Obama does. He's a foxy little thing, isn't he? Wouldn't mind looking at him for the next 4 years.
Generally, I'm not vapid enough to just vote for someone based on looks - doesn't even factor into my opinion of them, because I'm not a 17-year-old girl. I do know, however, that nobody but Dr. Paul will enact positive change in this country. If he's not elected, we'll spend the next 4 years in the handbasket we're already in, and everyone who didn't vote for Dr. Paul will be wondering where we're going.
If Dr. Paul's not elected, I might as well vote for the one person who will look good holding the handbasket.
Also, it's amazing to me how many people will follow a candidate just because of what he/she says on the campaign trails. We're more questioning of used car dealers than we are of presidential candidates. We will look at a car's history or at least look at the car itself before we buy it - we don't just accept whatever bs a salesperson will dole out. Mitt Romney's touting himself as THE pro-life anti-illegal immigrant conservative, and people are lapping it up despite his history of voting in the complete opposite manner. What if, while in office, he has yet another change of heart and realizes that a woman's right to choose is paramount in the fight for gender equality? The guy is nothing but dishonest - Joseph Smith would be appalled. Mike Huckabee is THE anti-tax conservative, despite his history - raised taxes more times while in office than Clinton did while he was in office.
Ron Paul has no skeletons in his closet. Feel free to look. Otherwise, just accept the crap the other candidates are selling you, and enjoy your seat in the handbasket.
2 weeks ago