Taking Heat Over Ron Paul

Devvy Kidd in her latest News With Views article is  Taking Heat Over Ron Paul.

Now I agree with Ron Paul on most things.  But Devvy I have to side with you when it comes to Obama/Soetoro’s eligibility.

 

Third is the issue of Ron Paul and Obama/Soetoro’s ineligibility over his dual citizenship:

Original Message —–
From: Rep. Paul
To:
Sent: Friday, July 08, 2011 3:39 PM
Subject: Reply from Rep. Paul

Dear Mr. Sorensen:

Thank you for contacting my office regarding Barack Obama. My staff has researched the issue of his citizenship. Our [emphasis mine] research has led us to conclude that the state of Hawaii has issued a valid birth certificate showing that Barack Obama was born in the United States.

Of course, I remain committed to fighting for limited, constitutional government, and I am actively opposing President Obama’s big government agenda. Thank you again for contacting my office. Please feel free to do so in the future with any other questions, comments, or suggestions.

Sincerely,

Ron Paul

A valid birth certificate? Apparently Ron Paul hasn’t seen Worldnetdaily’s coverage on that issue for the past year. For someone who has spend nearly four decades defending the U.S. Constitution and on an issue that is tearing this country apart, Dr. Paul believes – despite Obama/Soetoro’s own admission he was born with dual citizenship – that Barry was eligible to run. Oh, come on.

For someone who is known as the “champion of the Constitution”, what did Ron Paul do on the one day it mattered most to stand up for that document? He sat silent.

On January 9, 2009, despite the massive controversy raging across this country over Obama/Soetoro’s citizenship problem, Ron Paul and every single member of Congress made no objection to the electoral college count and a cheap thug from Chicago was declared president of this country. Not one member of Congress, not Michelle Bachmann, not Ron Paul, not one of them had the co How do his supporters defend that? With more excuses and I’ve heard them all; none of them impress me. I’m tired of hearing it would have been dangerous for him, it would have ruined his career, blah, blah, blah. Standing up for the Constitution isn’t about a career, it’s about the oath Ron Paul took along with all the other outlaws who were in Congress on that day of infamy. Respect is earned and on that day, I lost a great deal of respect for Ron Paul. I own most of the books he’s written and recommend them. Ron Paul has had many critical bills that went no where in Congress, but I supported them. Had I been elected to Congress way back when, I would have introduced them myself. However, that does not excuse his refusal to address such an obvious fraud as Obama/Soetoro’s eligibility.

As has been screamed at me in emails from his supporters, no candidate is perfect. So very true. However, for the reasons stated above, I will not vote for him again. Each of us has the right to support and vote for the candidate of our choice. After looking at a candidate’s voting record, not 30 second sound bites or speeches, each of us must make the personal decision of who to vote for even if others disagree. As the days progress with the GOP candidates fighting it out, the most common complaint I get in emails is there’s no one to vote for, again. Hold your nose and vote or I’m going to vote for one of them to vote against Obama/Soetoro. Anybody but Obama. Another sad state of affairs.

 


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