Political Positions of Ron Paul

Wikipedia has a great summary of the [political positions of Ron Paul][1]. The more I learn, the more I like Ron Paul.

[1]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_positions_of_Ron_Paul

His next non-official fund raising day is [December 16th][2], anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. Paul is on track to raise more money during the 4th quarter than any other candidate. He’s already raised more money than [Romney][3] and [Giuliani][4] did during the 3rd quarter.

[2]: http://www.teaparty07.com/
[3]: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/press-releases/53/ron-paul-surpasses-romney
[4]: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/press-releases/54/ron-paul-rises-above-giuliani

That last sentence makes it sound like I oppose both Romney and Giuliani. That isn’t true. Romney is my second choice. I do oppose Giuliani. As far as the presidency goes, there’d be nothing scarier for me than Hillary vs Giulani. You don’t have to look further than the people he governed as mayor of New York to get the idea many of them don’t like him very much.

**UPDATE Feb 2008:** I’ve written more about Ron Paul including my [initial impressions][1], a list of his [positions on several issues][2], my thoughts on several [YouTube interviews][3] and his [TV specials for Iowa][4], and a bit about some [incorrect claims in the media][5].

[1]: /2007/10/ron-paul-for-president
[2]: /2007/10/ron-paul-issues
[3]: /2007/11/more-ron-paul
[4]: /2007/12/ron-paul-tv-special-for-iowa
[5]: /2008/01/ron-paul-update

Overall, I still like him more than any other candidate. I’m a bit sad to see Mitt Romney drop out of the race. McCain’s comments about being in Iraq for “a hundred years” and claiming that “there will be more wars” worry me.






One response to “Political Positions of Ron Paul”

  1. Political Positions of Ron Paul

    Great, This is now on my Thorny Path.