Jessica Bernier writes:
I am a supporter of Ron Paul and his radical plans to do the unthinkable: uphold the Constitution. As president he would reduce the size and scope of the federal government, returning power to the state and local level. This is extraordinarily important. At a time when we have a $9 trillion deficit (not including Social Security and Medicare), his economic plan actually reduces spending by $150 billion a year while every other candidate has plans to increase spending.
For other candidates this seems to be a non-issue. Instead, they are looking to expand the war to Iran (and/or Pakistan) or create universal health care, each costing over $1 trillion more over the next few years. If the U.S. were a business, it would have closed its doors a long time ago. We need a president who will protect our national sovereignty, eliminate the deficit and restore the strength of the U.S. dollar.
Amen to that.