Well, nothing like a long day of work and coming home to the blog to find more Ron Paul in the comments box. I suppose if I didn’t want to read what his followers have to say I wouldn’t post about him. What I do know is he a fascinating politician with a background that is almost impossible to track down. You can find the easy stuff, anyone can. The harder things like his writings while not in congress are harder to track. It’s not just me saying it anymore either.
I found the URL for this article waiting for me when I crawled into my online cave. One of my readers thought I would enjoy it, and they totally underestimated the article. I generally just skim these things, but this was more than political drivel. It was a look at the man from outside the beltway. It was a look at his followers, and at his nemesis’.
A lot of whats in here we already know. Ron Paul wants you to be able to purchase a gun at 7/11, he doesn’t want you to be able to access abortions, and his stance on gay rights has never changed though he has softened his rhetoric. It goes deeper though. It explains how he won his elections to represent a small texas district against overwhelming conservative odds. It explains why his constituents continue to vote for him, yet leaves out the things he’s tried to do for his district. The author of this piece doesn’t seem like a fan, nor does he seem like an enemy. What he appears to be is that most difficult to find human on the planet. An unbiased journalist.
What I really like is how sure Ron Paul is that he won’t win. I had no idea that he originally intended only a four state campaign. Lots of little tidbits like that. Like I said, you’ve read a lot of hear, but this guy has grammar skills and punctuation and everything.
If you love Ron Paul….read this. If you hate Ron Paul….read this. If you are a fan of good journalism….read this. none of you will change your mind, but you won’t leave this article disappointed.