Other quick notes...
-I like Ron Paul because he is consistent and he is serious about limiting government. He is the only one who stands apart from the other candidates and indeed politicians in general. Although his approach to Roe v. Wade is to have the states decide the issue for themselves, which some folks dislike (we need to strike it down throughout the whole country at once!), I think it is an eminently more practicable solution. Besides, for 40 years pro-lifers have been voting Republicans into office because they were "pro-life" or at least "sorta" pro-life or maybe just "not as" pro-abortion as the Democrat offering. None of those politicians have done any good. Rather than vote for someone who says he'll carry on the same old battle with the same old minimal results (ultimately), I'd like to go with Ron Paul on this.
-Additionally with regards to Ron Paul, his foreign policy is right on the money. Why the heck are we in Germany, South Korea, Japan, and these other countries? Global security? But who made the U.S. the world's police force? We need to stop singing about putting 'a boot in yer [bum] cuz it's the American way' and get our own house in order.
-People need to stop slinging labels on people of differing political persuasions and start engaging the IDEAS that they find offensive. What do you think? Based on my observations in social media, it seems that Democrats have decided to simply label all Republicans as certifiable lunatics, which is escalating this dangerous problem. If we can't engage each other's opinions and ideas charitably, then our country will degenerate into a land of petty squabblers-- if not blatant discrimination, violence, intimidation, etc. While such human rights violations are perpetrated in other countries on the basis of race or religion, here they may be perpetrated on the basis of political affiliation. So we need to turn around and get off this road ASAP.
Yours in haste.