Wasted third party vote?
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
I would, with some reservation, vote for Ms Clinton.
Mr Paul is, despite his very conservative economic views I disagree with, been very consistent on the issues of government surveillance, the winding down of America's entanglements overseas, the ending of the Drug War, and ending the Patriot Act/NSA/Drone War-footing that has existed since 9-11. Just the fact that he is consistent (let alone, in my view, correct) about something in the modern GOP gives me enough respect for him that, while I won't vote for him, I would not be aghast at his nomination or election. For instance, him putting aside the fundamental differences he has with the Attorney General to work on the common goal of reforming mandatory minimum sentencing for drug possession is a sign that at least he is willing to work with the other side to make some progress (as opposed to blind opposition) and honestly changed my opinion of him.
Actually, on all of these issues (NSA, Drones, War on Drugs, Prison Reform), I believe I am more in line with Senator Paul than with Ms Clinton.
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The constant search for some smoking gun that will prove that Obama and Hillary were playing Call of Duty or something during the Benghazi attack is simply laughable.
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