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Monday, 18 June 2007

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Ron Paul, a different approach

President Bush was over heard saying he didn't believe Ron Paul was a true, good Texan or a true Republican for that matter.

According to political sources, Texans all, think one way, act one way, vote one way and put their pants on one leg at a time the same way. Ron Paul does not do any of these things like a tried and true Texan.

One Senator that wished to remain anonymous said, "He doesn't tow the party line. He actually thinks for himself and believes in the Constitution. No self-respecting politician these days believe in the Constitution. It's a piece of paper that stands in the way of true American morals and business as usual.

Ron Paul has come forward and admitted to hating the IRS, NAFTA, NATO the UN, AFLCIO, big government and pissing on the little guy. His views on gun control are, use two hands. In a recent statement Paul said, in regards to a national ID card, "it's governments job to protect our privacy but the government is more interested in keeping their secrets than providing privacy for it's citizens."

Dr. Ron Paul is referred to as, eccentric and unorthodox in his views and approach. When the ship is sinking and all the captain can say is, stay the course, it's time to change the crew all together.

Paul may have a point.


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Buck E Filbert
06.18.07

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