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Quake0
11-06-2008, 10:38 PM
http://forums.gametrailers.com/?do=show_thread&id=444165&page=1

LibertyGuy
11-07-2008, 12:16 AM
Ron Paul is a great American.

exon111
11-07-2008, 12:43 AM
http://forums.gametrailers.com/?do=show_thread&id=444165&page=1

Aww... that is kind of sad looking. I love Ron Paul. He's the hero of our day.

Quake0
11-07-2008, 8:07 AM
I voted for him. And dam proud of it.

Jamez
11-07-2008, 8:17 AM
What's Ron Paul doing now as far as politics? anyone know?

Bad Voodoo
11-07-2008, 8:32 AM
Ron Paul is a great American.

+1

It is sad, that WE have allowed great Americans like Paul to be relegated to a place of irrelevance by the far left/right politicos and media in this country.

LibertyGuy
11-07-2008, 11:43 AM
What's Ron Paul doing now as far as politics? anyone know?

http://www.campaignforliberty.com/

Meplat
11-08-2008, 12:58 AM
Ron Paul is not really my kind of Libertarian, but that is a sad photo. I'm sure he knows he did all he could to get the message out. He'll be fine.

M. Sage
11-08-2008, 1:46 AM
I voted for him. And dam proud of it.

It is sad, that WE have allowed great Americans like Paul to be relegated to a place of irrelevance by the far left/right politicos and media in this country.

+1 to these posts. My wife voted for Ron Paul, too. :D

Shotgun Man
11-09-2008, 1:42 AM
What's up with his shoes? They look two sizes too large, judging by the gap behind his heels.

http://i35.tinypic.com/15s57c4.jpg

Liberty1
11-09-2008, 6:15 PM
I don't see sadness at all. I see a humble Pennsylvania country boy who went to Washington to stand up for what he believes in and is patiently waiting for the next interview to begin. I hope he lives another 30+ years! The man's endurance level is amazing.

+1 for the Campaign for Liberty (http://www.campaignforliberty.com/)!

ArmedWolf
11-09-2008, 6:29 PM
I was actually looking at the shoes wondering where he got them because I like them XD

Indeed a sad photo, and I voted for him.

Harrison_Bergeron
11-09-2008, 8:05 PM
Has anyone come across any statistics on how many votes he got? My goal in voting for him was for a write in to get a "measurable percentage" of the votes, did I get my wish?

I think my definition of measurable was a tenth of a percent or higher.

ArmedWolf
11-09-2008, 8:31 PM
The voting confuses me, what the hell was that 270 thing? I remember watching the news and there was still states not even decided.

What was the first to 270 about? they decided before counting all the votes? does not everyone's vote count? am I missing something? I'm sure I am missing something.

M. Sage
11-09-2008, 8:39 PM
The voting confuses me, what the hell was that 270 thing? I remember watching the news and there was still states not even decided.

What was the first to 270 about? they decided before counting all the votes? does not everyone's vote count? am I missing something? I'm sure I am missing something.

It takes 270 electoral votes to win the election. Whoever makes 270 or more wins.

KTGunner
11-10-2008, 12:53 AM
I don't see sadness at all. I see a humble Pennsylvania country boy who went to Washington to stand up for what he believes in and is patiently waiting for the next interview to begin. I hope he lives another 30+ years! The man's endurance level is amazing!

Well said.

He never backs down and never flip-flops on anything. He is inspirational in that he will speak what is on his and his constituents minds no matter how grim the situation.

Self-reliance finally gets a voice in America.

Citizen Snips
11-10-2008, 1:05 AM
He is the only presidential hopeful that I've ever heard speak about the need of the law abiding to defend themselves moreso in the dense urban cities than rural areas which is in direct conflict with the opinions of big city officials and politicians. Before this election season and campaign I'd never heard of him, but now I have a lot of respect for him. In that sense he has accomplished a lot in reaching out to those with level heads.

mk19
11-10-2008, 8:53 AM
why would that picture be sad, i see a great American waiting for an interview.