Sunday, May 04, 2008

Sunny Sunday


Sunrise viewed from Cape Canaveral, FL

Posted: 10:00 PM ET
CNN

Paul on his presidential run: 'The race is still on'.

(CNN) — Even though Rep. Ron Paul has never officially ended his long shot presidential bid, he’s ready to weigh in on the three remaining major candidates for the White House.

In an interview on The Situation Room, Paul told Wolf Blitzer that endorsing Sen. John McCain, the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee, “would really confuse” his supporters “because they know we have a precise program and we have to defend that program.”

Having a Republican win the upcoming presidential election is “secondary” for Paul who is more interested in defending the Constitution, having the country go in what he considers the right direction, having a sound currency, and achieving balanced budgets. Paul parts ways with McCain over McCain’s support for the Iraq war, his approach to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and his willingness to spend federal dollars to support military operations in Iraq.

Instead, Paul favors Sen. Barack Obama because of positions on foreign policy. “But that’s doesn’t mean that’s an endorsement,” Paul quickly added.

Paul recently released a new book titled “The Revolution: a Manifesto.” “Unfortunately, it is revolutionary to talk about obeying the Constitution,” Paul said of the book’s title.
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What in the bizzarro world is happening here?

Weird words from a supposed repug. Could it be he is not really a repug after all but a more moderate dem type?

With the MSM into the full ignore mode on RP it is difficult to tell what is happening there from my point of view and we all know the RP supporters will not give an un-biased opinion.

Something about a lone vote last week.........

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5 comments:

DEN said...

Sunny and mild here 78 degrees predicted, gas still $3.89/gal.

Ride a Motorcycle!

First I must make coffee....

Jeanne said...

Hey Den,
I think the answer to the riddle is that Bush has destroyed the Republican Party.

Beautiful day here. 70 and sunny. Friday was a b..... cold hard rain.

DEN said...

Jeanne, destroyed that and a whole lot more and still going.

Blustery weather moving in now, brrr.

David B. Benson said...

Den --- Thirty beers?

All in one sitting?

;-)

DEN said...

Doc, 1/2 hour after beer o'clock, it's beer thirty, then beer 45, and so on until it is back to beer o'clock.

%^....hic!