Ron Paul Wins Iowa Debate

This poll says it all:


During the Republican debates on Sunday August 5, 2007, the best moment of the debates came from my favorite candidate Dr. Ron Paul as he denounced the continued, failed practice of the United States to involve ourselves in unconstitutional, undeclared wars.

Dr. Paul is also the Internet’s favorite candidate for President 2008. Mitt Romney tries to rudely interrupt but Dr. Paul doesn’t give in and continues to a thundering applause from the audience. Here are the answers to the questions he was posed at the debates in Iowa:

Ron Paul answers questions during the debate at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.

Brief History of Ron Paul:

He has Never voted to raise taxes.
He has Never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership.
He has Never voted to raise congressional pay.
He has Never taken a government-paid junket.
He has Never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
LESS government, MORE freedom. NO IRS!!
He voted against the Patriot Act.
He voted against regulating the Internet.
He voted against the Iraq war.

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Also, the media has been largely censoring Ron Paul but this time even the rabid Fox News had him on and despite attempts to portray him as a conspiracy nut – Ron Paul shined throughout:


3 thoughts on “Ron Paul Wins Iowa Debate

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  2. Ron Paul’s did great – but there is no way the NeoCons will let him get nominated. The Republican party has lost its way and it is too late. Corruption is rampant. Brainwashing the American public to believe that brown skinned people are a threat to this country. Never mind that “white Amerricans” themselves ethnically cleansed the country of the Native “Red Indians”.

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