10 reasons why even democrats, liberals and progressives are choosing Ron Paul over Obama

10 reasons why even democrats, liberals and progressives are choosing Ron Paul over Obama

Mike Adams

Natural News

Thursday, January 12, 2012

It’s a seemingly absurd idea on the surface: Why would democrats and liberals want to vote for Ron Paul (a Republican) over President Obama? Maybe because they want freedom instead of tyranny, it turns out. Because if you’re a total slave to the police state, it doesn’t really matter whether you’re on the left or the right, does it?

Here, I give you ten solid reasons why even liberals and progressives are supporting Ron Paul. And by the way, I don’t worship Ron Paul or any individual. What I honor is the principles that Ron Paul stands for — the very same principles President Obama has outright abandoned in his broken promises and disturbing reversals against the American people. Out of all the candidates, only Ron Paul has the ethical and moral strength to carry out his office from a place of principle rather than betrayal.

#1) Ron Paul supports decriminalizing marijuana and ending the War on Drugs. Obama does not.

Remember when Obamapromisedhe would decriminalize marijuana, but now his own administration continues to raid legal drug dispensaries in California? That’s a classic Obama lie: Say one thing to get elected, then turn around and do the exact opposite.

Ron Paul, on the other hand, openly supports decriminalizing marijuana and ending the failed War on Drugs. Although he doesn’tpromoterecreational drug use (and neither do I), he understands that treating weed smokers as hard-core criminals is ethical, morally and economically wrong. See my related article on Snoop Dogg and his recent drug bust in Texas:http://www.naturalnews.com/034612_S…

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3 Responses to 10 reasons why even democrats, liberals and progressives are choosing Ron Paul over Obama

  1. freedom2fascism says:

    I’m seeing a lot of anecdotal evidence around these liberal parts of this very thing. We sign wave for Ron Paul every Sunday afternoon and it’s really quite amazing how many supportive honks and thumbs up we get. Three Obama-voting acquaintances are now supporting RP, a couple more are coming around. This is going to be interesting.

    • In my experience, the average “liberal” voter is a well meaning if totally uneducated person. Paul’s message is infusing them with ideal of liberty. What is so wonderful is that many of these people are very active–and very aggressive in their activism. As I have been saying for some time, the center will not hold. The house of cards that these control freaks have created is crumbling. The message of liberty is spreading like a wildfire and they don’t know what to do about it. 40 years ago, I think they would have simply killed Paul to shut him up. But with the internet and the fact that every telephone is a video camera and sound recorder, that isn’t a first option anymore. They don’t know what to do. I think we might win this fight after all.

  2. John Stott says:

    A great awakening is taking place. We tend to see doom in most things now. For who can blame everyone? However, their sanitised and controlled media holds no appeal for an increasing number. Education of the masses is happening apace, they want to create another slaughterhouse in the middle east to distract.
    My most enjoyable experience last year was an old lady in her mid eighties proudly telling me she watched Al Jazeera, “I don’t trust the BBC dear”. Now that says a lot 🙂

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