I bet you were ready to land a check hook on him :laugh:Man the Ron Paul supporters drive me crazy. I had a guy trying to put a RP sticker on me the other day on campus and I nearly snapped and hurt him.
We don't even know who the final candidates are yet.
I agree with you.If Ron Paul was the republican candidate then he would have had my vote. I strongly agree with him on foreign policy, and I am in line with some of his domestic policy. There are a few things I disagree with him on domestic issues but I would comprise.
If he changes his mind and run as an independent, he will get my vote.
If it comes between McCain and Obama, I will vote for Obama. If it is between McCain and Hillary, I will carefully vote for Hillary. Note I said the word carefully because I know right now she is saying she wants to pull the troops out of Iraq. But when debating a republican she may change her words around. I have watched her change her position a few times in the past.
No It Wouldnt. It Would Just Be A Big Accomplishment For African-Americans. But That Doesnt Stop People Disliking Some One Because They're Not Of The Same Ethnic Group. You Still Have Middle Easterns Who Are Hated Because They "Look" The People We've Gone To War With. And You Still Have The General Dislike For Mexicans For Whatever Reasons. Its Not As If 90 Percent Of The Country Elected Obama, Its The Majority Out Of Voters That Do. So They Only Speak For Those Of The Same Beliefs. As Long As People Are Entitled To There Own Opinion, Racism Is Always Gonna Exist.Im not to aware of the goings on in American politics but what ive heard is the black guy is the best candidate.
If thats the case then he should get in and if he does it would show the rest of the world that the racism problems in America are not much of an isue anymore.