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Willy16 Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 12:57 PM
The Paul supporters are blind to the predicament this nation is in. They have become cultlike in their worship of their guy and frankly are no longer credible.
hboring Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 11:07 PM
DHE wrote: "I'd rather Pres. Paul than Romney or Obama if it was at all possible. " Ah, yes, but it is NOT at all possible. So hold your nose and vote for Romney this time, or you will surely re-elect the resident idiot. I doubt if you want that to happen to us.
rogermcall Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 5:19 PM
That's the point: It's "not at all possible." So why not accept the fact? Your obduracy is likely to permit Obama to squeak to victory. You Paul/Johnson supporters are like spoiled children who want to pick up their marbles and go home just because they can't have things their own way. Who cares if you hurt the rest of us as well as yourselves? The important thing is to keep your ideals intact, right? Yeah, right.
SMyles Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 1:25 PM
"The Paul supporters are blind to the predicament this nation is in." Now that's funny Willy. Not sure what planet you live on, but it's just the opposite. They're the only one's really aware of the predicament we're in.
DHE Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 1:06 PM
Funny, but, while not quite a Paul "supporter," (I'd prefer Gary Johnson) that's how I think of Democrats and Republicans. I'd rather Pres. Paul than Romney or Obama if it was at all possible.
The 40th Republican National Convention is now history, and political strategists and pundits are poring over the poll numbers to see whether Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are getting a post-convention bounce in what have been very closely divided polls.

Romney's convention managers made some correct and some interesting decisions. First, don't relitigate 2008, as some conservatives would love to do.

Romney and Ryan both acknowledged the hopes for change motivating so many erstwhile Barack Obama voters. They looked back on his record in office more in sorrow than in anger.

Former Democratic Rep. Artur...