Ron Paul may be running for president as a Republican but we all know he isn’t what passes for a Republican today. At risk of being painfully obvious Republicans are just borrow-and-spend versions tax-and-spend Democrats these days. They both want bigger government and they both want more war.
Ron Paul, of course, would change all that with a freedom philosophy based on small government and non-interventionist foreign policy i.e end the war and cut taxes.
A few short months ago Ron Paul looked like a long shot. But that’s changing now. A member of the campaign told me there is a chance they can win the New Hamsphire primary. On the fundraising side they just raised $1 million in one week. They originally had a half million goal but they blew by it so fast they doubled it – and beat that too.
America is crying out for a straight-talking, anti-war, pro-freedom leader and it seems we have found him.
Now we need to move quickly to be able to vote for him in the Republican primary. Libertarians, Democrats and others who are not registered Republican can change their registration by October 12 to be able to vote in the primary.
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Don’t worry registering Republican won’t automatically turn you into a neo-con. And you can always change back if Ron Paul isn’t nominated.