Why-Not Ron Paul


Greetings: from Los Angeles County.:  That’s Los Angeles CA,: the State who’s Repubican Party gave the world President Ronald Reagan.

President Reagan was a great leader who built a winning coalition on fiscal responsibility, traditional American moral values and peace through strength. President Reagan’s policies created years of robust economic growth in America while leading to the collapse of the Soviet Union and: the removal of the Berlin Wall.

The only point of agreement between Reagan’s winning Republican coalition and Ron Paul is fiscal responsibility. Ron Paul and his supporters should get honest with themselves and the electorate and admit they’re Libertarians, not Republicans.

Ron Paul supporters in LA County have worked with the Chairman of the: LA Progressive Democratic Caucus to protest American military involvement overseas, and sought cooperation with Occupy LA, whose permit to camp out on the LA City Hall lawn was paid for by Communist Party USA.

This is not the behavior of: people who would be a part of President Ronald Reagan’s winning coalition.

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