View Poll Results: Would you vote for Ron Paul for President?

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    Ron Paul for president

    Well would ya vote for him? Or do you prefer large government and interference in your life?

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Those who have said no and voting for big government candidate ya mind telling me who yer voting for?

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Absolutely not I think hes nuts

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Has great ideas and horrible ideas

    No
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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Ron Paul is one of the last REAL DEAL OLD SCHOOL CONSERVATIVES out there. He is not a RINO. Look at his voting record, and you will see that he is a TRUE fiscal conservative

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    I would if I had the right.
    However he is wrong about the gold standard. I guess it's because he is a real conservative.

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodOleBoy View Post
    Well would ya vote for him? Or do you prefer large government and interference in your life?
    Hello? Just because the Mayor does not wish to vote for an old crank who blamed the United States for the bombing of the USS Cole, and by inference, the other terrorist attacks on this nation, does not mean the Mayor supports big government.

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    Hello? Just because the Mayor does not wish to vote for an old crank who blamed the United States for the bombing of the USS Cole, and by inference, the other terrorist attacks on this nation, does not mean the Mayor supports big government.
    So you don't think we brought those actions upon ourselves?

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Not in the primaries, but i would in the presidential elections.

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    Re: Ron Paul for president

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigHurt View Post
    Ron Paul is one of the last REAL DEAL OLD SCHOOL CONSERVATIVES out there. He is not a RINO. Look at his voting record, and you will see that he is a TRUE fiscal conservative
    Oh. So this is what a "true fiscal conservative" does?

    Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice and Science:

    • $250,000 for Galveston Economic Development Partnership, for Galveston Center for Business and Technology Development to help spin off private investment at National Lab of the University of Texas Medical Branch

    • $500,000 for City of Bay City for NuBlac Rehab Center (youth rehabilitation)

    Subcommittee on Defense:

    • $3.5 million for study of health risks of exposure to vanadium

    Subcommittee on Military Construction:

    • $2 million for City of Bay City for NuBlac Rehab Center (serving minority veterans)

    Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development:

    • $41.073 million for Army Corps of Engineers to deepen and widen Texas City Channel

    • $21.6 million for Army Corps of Engineers to dredge and reconfigure jetties at mouth of Colorado River

    • $7.02 million for Army Corps of Engineers to dredge Freeport Harbor

    • $16.021 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Galveston Harbor

    • $1 million for Army Corps of Engineers for construction at Cedar Bayou

    • $3.297 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Texas City Channel

    • $200,000 for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Cedar Bayou

    • $13.038 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Matagorda Ship Channel

    • $42.018 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Gulf Intercoastal Waterway

    • $3.026 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain channel to Victoria

    • $600,000 for Army Corps of Engineers for feasibility study for Sabine Pass to Galveston Bay

    • $400,000 for Army Corps of Engineers for feasibility study for Feeport Harbor

    • $100,000 for Army Corps of Engineers for feasibility study for Lower Guadalupe River Basin

    • $400,000 for Army Corps of Engineers for preliminary engineering and design study at Freeport Harbor.

    • $21.7 million for Army Corps of Engineers for construction at Houston Galveston Navigation Channel

    • $2.165 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Trinity River

    • $6.979 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Wallisville Lake

    • $1.3 million for Army Corps of Engineers to study flooding around Colorado River

    • $11 million for Army Corps of Engineers for construction at Wharton and Onion Creek

    • $3.026 million for Army Corps of Engineers for Chocolate Bayou

    • $533,000 for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain channel to Port Bolivar

    • $41.623 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Houston Ship Channel

    • $1.01 million for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Double Bayou

    • $3 million for Army Corps of Engineers for construction at Clear Creek

    • $500,000 for Army Corps of Engineers to maintain Port Palacios

    • $100,000 for Army Corps of Engineers to study sand placement near Brazoria County shoreline

    Subcommittee on Interior and the Environment:

    • $5 million for Fort Bend County for City of Kendleton water and sewer improvements

    Subcommittee on Homeland Security:

    • $10 million for Coast Guard to improve Galveston Rail Causeway

    • $8.8 million for FEMA for drainage at Cove Harbor in Aransas County

    • $2.2 million for FEMA to reconfigure and stabilize Capano Causeway Pier

    • $500,000 for FEMA for Aransas County drainage master plan

    • $35 million for FEMA for drainage in Friendswood

    • $10 million for FEMA for drainage project for Friendswood/Clear Creek

    • $10 million for FEMA for drainage project for Friendswood/Clear Creek

    • $5 million for FEMA to recycle household hazardous waste in Friendswood

    Subcommittee on Transportation:

    • $1.96 million to replace buses in and around Victoria

    • $2 million to renovate transit maintenance facility in Galveston

    • $5 million to reconfigure Texas Clipper training ship

    • $25,000 to install security cameras at Fox Run Apartments in Victoria

    • $2 million to beautify Galveston Seawall and support Transit Access Program in Galveston

    • $3.6 million to construct inter-modal transit facility in Victoria

    • $3.5 million for analysis of commuter rail alternatives in Galveston

    • $10.3 million for City of Bay City for NuBlac Youth/Community Center

    • $2.2 million for City of Bay City for improvements to electrical wiring in low and moderate income housing

    Subcommittee on Labor, HHS, Education:

    • $90,000 for Victoria Chamber of Commerce for business/career-related education for youth

    • $248,942 for UTMB for employee wellness program for small businesses

    • $1.748 million for University of Houston-Victoria for DNA testing and genetic diagnostic lab

    • $300,000 for Bay City MEHOP for fund reinstatement of mobile unit

    • $200,000 for Bay City MEHOP to recruit nurse practitioner

    • $1.92 million for UTMB to study muscle mass loss in aging vs. microgravity (NASA related) at International Space Station National Lab

    • $750,000 for Houston Memorial Hermann HealthCare system for Life Flight operations center

    • $26 million for Washington, D.C. “Reading is Fundamental” program

    • $10 million for Boston, Mass., “Reach Out and Read” national center
    A fiscal conservative would be saying almost all of those things are the State of Texas' problem, not the taxpayers in Wisconsin's problems.

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