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Date Posted: 18:19:18 05/17/07 Thu
Author: TastingTheBlood
Subject: There Aren't Many
In reply to: Jay 's message, "I think it's obvious . . ." on 13:29:39 05/17/07 Thu

I've not seen many candidates I thought were very sincere. It's even more rare that I find one who understands correct governing principles. There have even been times where I thought the Libertarian or Constitution candidates seemed a little shifty to me...

I don't agree with Ron Paul 100% of the time. The first issue that comes to mind is immigration. He's strictly against illegal immigration, but I've not heard him speak of any solutions. I actually saw one site where he had said he was undecided about immigration.

But, vastly overall, I think he is VERY sincere and will govern the way an American president is supposed to govern. He IS a good man and the contrast between him and the other loonies on stage is overwhelming.

Unfortunately, we have the mainstream media suggesting there are only 3 choices: Guiliani, McCain, and Romney. Well, considering polls have suggested that Fred Thompson is 3rd in the primary race and Newt Gingrich 4th and they're not even in the race, I think they should re-evaluate their strategy.

Kellen Nebelski

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