Amen! He was rather elusive in the video tonight, IMO. He indicated that he was back in the Congressional work mode, having won the election in Texas 14th, but never did come out and say "I'm done running for POTUS." I'm sure he's done as a Republican candidate though.
I won't vote third party. That was a lesson learned for me in 1992. Not again for any reason I have ever thought of. I'd rather write-in a guy for one of the two parties who only gets 112 votes than waste it on a third party.
Texas-Tech Ron Paul has been fooling people for the past 20 years.
except for the part about self-determination without all the regulation and intervention offered daily by Democrats and the other Republicans, respectively, I might be inclined to entertain such a cheap shot.
But since you never get any farther than saying "I've lived here all of my life, and so has Ron Paul", what can you say about the other 534 career politicians in Washington D.C.?
All I can say is to borrow a quote to sum up how it seems to me they treat the electorate--