Waiting for Godot, uh, Ron Paul

Stop waiting for Ron Paul to endorse Bob Barr or Chuck Baldwin, advises Liberty Maven. Ain’t gonna happen, and here’s why:

Why is it unlikely that he endorse one or both of them officially? The answer is simple. He’s a sitting Republican Congressman. If he were to publicly and officially endorse someone from another party he could be committing political suicide. He could lose his committee memberships. He could lose his seniority. It is important for Paul to walk this political line in order to help return the Republican Party back to its “Old Right” principles. He could not do so if he loses his status as a senior Congressman. He would be jeopardizing his ability to directly question the Federal Reserve Chairman about monetary policy. That is something he seems to relish so much, as do his supporters.

Not to worry, says Liberty Maven:

The truth is it doesn’t really matter who wins his endorsement. Anyone who has followed Ron Paul knows what issues represent true liberty. They don’t need Ron Paul’s expressed approval to know which candidates support liberty and which do not.

3 Responses to “Waiting for Godot, uh, Ron Paul”

  1. disinter Says:

    Anyone who has followed Ron Paul knows what issues represent true liberty.

    Which isn’t Barf - by any stretch of the imagination.

  2. End the Empire Says:

    I posted basisly this same opinion 2 months ago. Someone give me a position…lol

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