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JBnTX
04-15-2012, 23:40
Notice at 0:49 seconds how Ron Paul refuses to endorse the republican nominee,
John McCain.

Will he also refuse to endorse Mitt Romney and throw his support behind the republican party, when he drops out this time?

Ron Paul Drops Out of Presidential Race - YouTube


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juggy4711
04-16-2012, 00:18
Yes. History will repeat itself. We will continue to vote near blindly for one side or another and nothing will change but perhaps the speed in which we sink. Wait that wasn't the answer your view of the last 50-60 years determined to be history repeating. How silly of me, that is the history of all human existence repeating.

RC-RAMIE
04-16-2012, 07:20
He does not support people he don't agree with, it's called having principals and character and one of the reasons his supporters support him so much. He has said numerous times if Mitt would change some of his ideas on the issues he could support him.



"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it is realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy. - Ron Paul

juggy4711
04-16-2012, 22:14
He does not support people he doesn't agree with, it's called having principals and character...

Hold up there. There is no room for principals and character when supporting our favorite/hometown sports team err political party. Wait what?

Guss
04-16-2012, 22:30
If he had shown in the past that he had the ability to be a team-builder, he might have done better this time around.

certifiedfunds
04-16-2012, 22:32
Is this another JBnTX trolling thread where he picks an argument with Paul supporters and then gets the butthurt when they call him a liberal progressive?

For chrissakes, you folks need to pick something and stick with it. Last week y'all said Paul and Romney had a secret pact and this week you're all concerned that Paul won't endorse Romney.

Besides, why do you care? According to you, the American people don't identify with Paul. Why would you want his endorsement for your candidate? If he's as crazy and unpopular as you say, wouldn't a Paul endorsement be a negative?

JB - you seem obsessed with Ron Paul. You start at least one thread a day about him. How much time do you spend watching Ron Paul videos on YouTube to find one you want to start a thread about?

Ruble Noon
04-17-2012, 04:43
Notice at 0:49 seconds how Ron Paul refuses to endorse the republican nominee,
John McCain.

Will he also refuse to endorse Mitt Romney and throw his support behind the republican party, when he drops out this time?




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Santorum Holds Off on Endorsing Romney

http://news.yahoo.com/santorum-holds-off-endorsing-tells-supporters-havent-supported-020059368--abc-news-politics.html