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    Re: Tea Partiers fighting against Ron Paul re-election?

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    PF is okay. Lots of new members. I miss some people here that never post over there
    At least you can visit them here

    btw, some of them will never go back

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    Re: Tea Partiers fighting against Ron Paul re-election?

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    At least you can visit them here

    btw, some of them will never go back
    I better get to posting. I have less than 100 posts here and over 7900 over there. It's hard being a newbie!

    To get back on topic, why are the tea-baggers against Paul? Is it because of his ideologies? That would have nothing to do with taxes. I must be missing something. I guess I am a bit tired tonight.
    We may not agree on everything but I bet we could find some common ground.

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    Re: Tea Partiers fighting against Ron Paul re-election?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jiyuu View Post
    I better get to posting. I have less than 100 posts here and over 7900 over there. It's hard being a newbie!

    To get back on topic, why are the tea-baggers against Paul? Is it because of his ideologies? That would have nothing to do with taxes. I must be missing something. I guess I am a bit tired tonight.
    They like a lot of his fiscal message, but when he starts talking about ending the war on drugs or adopting a non-interventionist foreign policy, they get turned off.

    What the Tea Party set has to remember, is that Ron Paul is a libertarian. He's not a conservative and he's not a right winger. Something they tend to forget.

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