Another edition of Discover and Imagine Ron Paul...
As a congressman, Ron Paul has protected the American people from losing their medical privacy via a government-imposed "unique health identifier". Imagine what he will do as president.
Ron Paul, the one-time Libertarian candidate and 10-term Republican congressman from Texas, was in second place. That's right, Second Place. The 72-year-old ob-gyn who's always on the end of the line at GOP debates or barred altogether, was running ahead of John McCain, Fred Thompson, Rudy Giuliani, in fact, ahead of....
Supporters of GOP presidential candidate Representative Ron Paul, M.D. have scheduled their next "money bomb" internet fundraiser on Martin Luther King Day. Paul shares the late Dr. King's views that rejects the U.S. roll as world policeman and nonviolent resistance to government oppression.
Well, he's hanging in there. Not only that, but Rep. Ron Paul thumped two reputed Republican heavyweights in the Michigan primary -- former Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Who'd have predicted that a couple of months ago?
"We were just talking about the presidential candidates last night, and I said I really like Ron Paul," said Schmitt, a server at The Melting Pot on McCarran Boulevard.
Aspersions on Paul sound a lot like the ones I recall hearing about Ronald Reagan in 1976. An office colleague was hot for Reagan. Everyone else, Democrat and Republican alike, laughed at this guy. "Not a real candidate …" etc., etc. Uh-huh.
My reader's aspersions on Paul sound a lot like the ones I recall hearing about Ronald Reagan during the first presidential election I witnessed from American soil, in 1976. An office colleague — he was a recent refugee from Eastern Europe — was hot for Reagan. Everyone else, Democrat and Republican alike, laughed at this guy.
Congressman Paul is already the leading choice among Hillsdale voters, according to a poll conducted by the Hillsdale Daily News.
The funny thing about TNR attacking Paul for being racist is that TNR has published plenty of racist musings itself. Martin Peretz alone contributed much of this, his belief that the "primitive" Palestinians are genetically and culturally incapable of achieving peace (for which no one is to blame, added Peretz in a tender moment) merely one of many