A VOTE FOR RON PAUL IS A VOTE FOR HILLARYCARE REDUX

I have said before that Ron Paul will never voluntarily give up his newfound notoriety, even after he is resoundingly rejected by Republican primary voters. He again made that clear last Sunday on Meet the Press.  

Republican presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) refused to rule out the possibility he may run as a third-party candidate during an appearance Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.?

Like most sudden celebrities, Dr. Paul will be loathe to fade back into the obscurity he so richly deserves. He will desperately thrash about for some way to extend his 15 minutes of fame.

Thus, the good doctor will find some pretext to use his bulging campaign coffers for an independent presidential run. And, like the third-party campaign of his fellow wackjob Ross Perot, Paul’s independent run will virtually guarantee that another Clinton occupies the White House.

Comments 1

  1. feminizedwesternmale wrote:

    What’s wrong, SourPuss, lack of a bona fide traditional conservative vacuuming up right-sided votes, got you down?

    Posted 27 Dec 2007 at 12:46 pm

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