Paul says he has no intention of drop...

Paul says he has no intention of dropping out

There are 11 comments on the SFGate story from Jan 28, 2012, titled Paul says he has no intention of dropping out. In it, SFGate reports that:

The Texas congressman was campaigning Saturday in Maine, which holds caucuses beginning Feb.

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Nha Trang, Vietnam

#1 Jan 28, 2012
HTS

Englewood, CO

#2 Jan 28, 2012
It's good he's staying in. He provides comic relief at the debates.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#3 Jan 29, 2012
HTS wrote:
It's good he's staying in. He provides comic relief at the debates.
Because Mittens and Newtie provide a terrifying reality.
Goose

United States

#4 Jan 29, 2012
Say what everyone knows: He's in it until November.
Neither Newton or Mittens can beat Obama without Ron Paul's supporters.
Neither Newton or Mittens can get the help of Ron Paul's supporters.
That means Newton and Mittens are both unelectable.

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#5 Jan 29, 2012
He making more money there than in Congress.
Paul

Lawton, OK

#6 Jan 29, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
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Because Mittens and Newtie provide a terrifying reality.
Such as:
War with Iran
More Federal spending on military industrial complex
Moon colonies
Goose

United States

#7 Jan 29, 2012
Paul wrote:
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Such as:
War with Iran
More Federal spending on military industrial complex
Moon colonies
Yes, Mittens & Newton both figure we'll start worrying about that $16 trillion national debt later - like when it reaches $80 trillion, or maybe $100 trillion.
torch

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Jan 29, 2012
HTS wrote:
It's good he's staying in. He provides comic relief at the debates.
In a recent case the Supreme Court overturned the sentence of a drug dealer who was convicted on the basis of a warrantless 28-day search by having a GPS device affixed to his car. In other words, a common criminal still has privacy rights under the Constitution, but not US citizens who are suspected of vague and nebulous “terrorist support.”

Both Republicans and Democrats have demonstrated disregard for the civil liberty protections guaranteed by the US Constitution. Among the visible candidates for president, only Ron Paul has respect for the Constitution. As it is now possible for the executive branch to take away the life and liberty of a US citizen without due process of law, the Constitution is for all practical purposes lost. Tyranny looms, and Ron Paul is the only candidate who stands against tyranny.

THE ONLY ENTERTAINMENT IS THE IDIOTS WHO WOULD EVEN LISTEN TO THE OTHER POLITICALPROSTITUTES THAT ARE RUNNING FOR THE GOP

Since: Sep 08

Placitas, NM

#9 Jan 29, 2012
Good for Ron Paul, good for President Obama, and good for the comedy channel!
Goose

United States

#10 Jan 29, 2012
torch wrote:
<quoted text>
In a recent case the Supreme Court overturned the sentence of a drug dealer who was convicted on the basis of a warrantless 28-day search by having a GPS device affixed to his car. In other words, a common criminal still has privacy rights under the Constitution, but not US citizens who are suspected of vague and nebulous “terrorist support.”
Both Republicans and Democrats have demonstrated disregard for the civil liberty protections guaranteed by the US Constitution. Among the visible candidates for president, only Ron Paul has respect for the Constitution. As it is now possible for the executive branch to take away the life and liberty of a US citizen without due process of law, the Constitution is for all practical purposes lost. Tyranny looms, and Ron Paul is the only candidate who stands against tyranny.
THE ONLY ENTERTAINMENT IS THE IDIOTS WHO WOULD EVEN LISTEN TO THE OTHER POLITICALPROSTITUTES THAT ARE RUNNING FOR THE GOP
Ditto.
It is now Ron Paul & our civil liberties versus all the other candidates - Obama included.
Robert

Hollywood, FL

#11 Jan 30, 2012
Ron Paul is the only candidate who takes on the budget, the rest of them are no different than Obama, the only difference in Newt, Romney or Obama is what they spend the money on that we don't have. This thing is going to plod along until we reach a point where the dollar is no longer the safest currency to put your money in. The day that happens just watch our credit rating plummet, the Chinese and everyone else will move their investments from US treasuries to what ever country has the new dominate currency.

Then the price of borrowing will take off and we will no longer be able to borrow the 1 in 3 dollars we spend.

We will have to cut the budget in half and still be facing higher medicare cost due to the baby boomer generation, higher social security cost due to the baby boomer generation and higher interest cost on our accumulated national debt. It is going to be like a financial perfect storm with no way out.

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