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2:24 PM GMT-0900
Ron Paul’s campaign is touting the endorsement of Phillip G. Kayser, an Iowa pastor who believes in imposing the death penalty on homosexuals.

Undoubtedly he will pick up a few goober votes with this endorsement. Puts Ron Paul more in line with the main stream of the Republican party.
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2:27 PM GMT-0900
…next thing you know he’ll be taking on the endorsement of Rev. Jeremiah Wright… that’ll sink him for sure…

2:28 PM GMT-0900
it’s kind of risky, don;’t you think, Paul’s bringing out his brownshirts so early
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3:48 PM GMT-0900
A candidate who submits to logic which moves us closer to independence – to stand alone, or stand with whom we choose, means your logic regarding that has more of a chance too. Isn’t that right?

Candidates who give us the easy issues about gender, etc. but cave in on the tough issues like money supply and war, don’t offer [whum] as much hope as who has logical backbone on the money and stopping the war, and as a doctor can be logically convinced to “Do no harm” regarding gender orientations. Isn’t that right?
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