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Why Ron Paul Can Never Be President In 12 Quotes

David3335 Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 12:32 AM
You don't understand earmarks. If you don't earmark funds, then you lose control where the money is spent, regardless whether you earmark it or not, the money is going to be spent.

Ron Paul is doing surprisingly well this year in some of the early primary state polls. There's a simple reason for that: Most people in the conservative media have concluded he can't win the nomination, they don't want to get yelled at by his supporters, and so they've laid off of him while most of the other candidates have had to face ferocious criticism. I'd be content to ignore Paul, too, except for the fact that there's an outside chance he could win Iowa, which is of course, perfectly ridiculous. Why is that ridiculous?

Ron Paul is absolutely, unconditionally...