Amazines Free Article Archive
www.amazines.com - Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Read about the most recent changes and happenings at Amazines.com
Log into your account or register as a new author. Start submitting your articles right now!
Search our database for articles.
Subscribe to receive articles emailed straight to your email account. You may choose multiple categories.
View our newest articles submitted by our authors.
View our most top rated articles rated by our visitors.
* Please note that this is NOT the ARTICLE manager
Add a new EZINE, or manage your EZINE submission.
Add fresh, free web content to your site such as newest articles, web tools, and quotes with a single piece of code!
Home What's New? Submit/Manage Articles Latest Posts Top Rated Article Search
Google
Subscriptions Manage Ezines
CATEGORIES
 Article Archive
 Advertising (133268)
 Advice (160764)
 Affiliate Programs (34733)
 Art and Culture (73639)
 Automotive (145522)
 Blogs (75003)
 Boating (9841)
 Books (17129)
 Buddhism (4122)
 Business (1328011)
 Business News (426289)
 Business Opportunities (366242)
 Camping (10948)
 Career (72748)
 Christianity (15834)
 Collecting (11636)
 Communication (115048)
 Computers (241935)
 Construction (38968)
 Consumer (49641)
 Cooking (17058)
 Copywriting (6567)
 Crafts (18210)
 Cuisine (7535)
 Current Affairs (20371)
 Dating (45769)
 EBooks (19684)
 E-Commerce (48190)
 Education (185110)
 Electronics (83430)
 Email (6389)
 Entertainment (159782)
 Environment (28928)
 Ezine (3038)
 Ezine Publishing (5443)
 Ezine Sites (1552)
 Family & Parenting (110877)
 Fashion & Cosmetics (196377)
 Female Entrepreneurs (11840)
 Feng Shui (130)
 Finance & Investment (310214)
 Fitness (105794)
 Food & Beverages (62818)
 Free Web Resources (7936)
 Gambling (30211)
 Gardening (25061)
 Government (10515)
 Health (629006)
 Hinduism (2156)
 Hobbies (44026)
 Home Business (91542)
 Home Improvement (251220)
 Home Repair (46094)
 Humor (4802)
 Import - Export (5443)
 Insurance (45087)
 Interior Design (29541)
 International Property (3485)
 Internet (190953)
 Internet Marketing (146278)
 Investment (22822)
 Islam (1168)
 Judaism (1357)
 Law (80449)
 Link Popularity (4592)
 Manufacturing (20798)
 Marketing (98725)
 MLM (14136)
 Motivation (18208)
 Music (26996)
 New to the Internet (9475)
 Non-Profit Organizations (4048)
 Online Shopping (129604)
 Organizing (7796)
 Party Ideas (11854)
 Pets (38084)
 Poetry (2234)
 Press Release (12667)
 Public Speaking (5620)
 Publishing (7522)
 Quotes (2407)
 Real Estate (126601)
 Recreation & Leisure (95236)
 Relationships (87426)
 Research (16152)
 Sales (80293)
 Science & Technology (110123)
 Search Engines (23445)
 Self Improvement (153065)
 Seniors (6221)
 Sexuality (35933)
 Small Business (49274)
 Software (82915)
 Spiritual (23448)
 Sports (116456)
 Tax (7657)
 Telecommuting (34074)
 Travel & Tourism (306853)
 UK Property Investment (3117)
 Video Games (13420)
 Web Traffic (11723)
 Website Design (56777)
 Website Promotion (36555)
 World News (1000+)
 Writing (35755)
Author Spotlight
ALFRED MEARS

Former English Teacher; Musician (20+ years); Freelance Writer ...more
MILECIA MCG

Hey there. I've been programming in some way, shape, or form for the past decade. My background is i...more
ALEN OWEN

I am an essay writer with vast experience in data analysis, PowerPoint writing and research paper ed...more
BOBBY AUSTIN

I am a professional personal documents writer specializing in personal statements, statements of pur...more
SUNNY NASH

Sunny Nash is the award-winning American author of Bigmama Didn’t Shop At Woolworth’s, recognized by...more


Ron Paul: Iowa's Confusion - America's Ross Perot? by Michael Bresciani





Ron Paul: Iowa's Confusion - America's Ross Perot? by
Article Posted: 12/31/2011
Article Views: 459
Articles Written: 654
Word Count: 788
Article Votes: 8
AddThis Social Bookmark Button

Ron Paul: Iowa's Confusion - America's Ross Perot?


 
Current Affairs,Advice,Christianity
Ron Paul cannot be called a dark horse as Abraham Lincoln once was, because now there is too much known about him. He is the nightmare for republicans and a cult hero for the libertarians. He is a friend to the John Birchers but no friend to Israel.

He is charged with racist leanings from statements made on an old newsletter he claims he never contributed to, and a foreign policy disaster by just about anyone who has heard his views on everything from the Vietnam War to Iran. Now some say he is Ron Paul the serious contender for the Oval Office.

A former medical doctor, Paul still looks the part of a doting somewhat stodgy old doc who would be as dependable as old faithful, truly concerned for his patients, but overtly opinionated and just a bit eccentric.

His followers are fiercely devoted to him and by comparison make Obama’s sycophants’ look like the casual cocktail set. These people, it is said, are ready to follow him directly over any cliff over which he may decide to walk.

It is now abundantly clear that depending on Iowans to decide who the very best candidate is for the nomination is a lost hope. Starting with Michele Bachmann and winding up through the field with Romney, Perry and not long ago Newt Gingrich, Iowans have shown that they simply don’t know exactly what to think, but today they’re thinking Ron Paul. Is Iowa like the weather, should we just wait a minute, and it will change? Tuesday, January 3, is only days and minutes away; who knows!

Iowa produced American hero John Wayne, but it also produced one of the country’s earliest and most deadly unsolved mass murders, the Axe Murders of Villisca, circa 1912. What Iowa is trying to produce now, is why for some, both the state and the candidate, Ron Paul, are at the least, both, enigmas. Is Iowa the reflection of America’s state of mind; God help us if that is so.

Newt Gingrich thinks Ron Paul is beyond the pale even more so than the incumbent. In an interview with Wolf Blitzer Newt said, “I think Barack Obama is very destructive to the future of the United States. I think Ron Paul's views are totally outside the mainstream of virtually every decent American”

Rick Perry said “You don't have to vote for a candidate who will allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon to wipe Israel off the face of the earth, because America will be next,” while campaigning in Urbandale.

Mitt Romney said “One of the people running for president thinks it’s OK for Iran to have a nuclear weapon,” although he didn’t name Paul specifically. Romney also showed his disdain for Paul’s views on how to deal with North Korea as he visited Muscatine, Iowa.

Michele Bachmann said “Ron Paul doesn't believe the government should protect the institution of marriage” according to the New York Times. Paul’s idea that the government should ‘butt out’ of the gay marriage question doesn’t make sense to her and a growing number of Americans who think that the Defense of Marriage Act should be given at least the same pass liberal Americans are so ready to give abortion which is, “it’s the law of the land.”

What the candidates and the entire citizenry of Iowa may think of Ron Paul runs a weak second to what he really will be, if he runs as a third party candidate. Nothing he has ever said, or done, will keep it from happening. Ron Paul will become the Ross Perot of the 2012 elections.

It is not enough to remind Americans that a vote is a privilege given toward deciding who should be allowed a public office. It is not now, nor was it ever a means of making a statement or voicing an opinion alone.

A few years ago voicing an opinion required a letter to an editor, followed by the hope that your letter would be chosen from among the hundreds submitted. Today opinions cannot be numbered and they fill the millions of blogs across the web like snowflakes in the worst blizzard of the season. Like snowflakes they quickly melt and are soon forgotten. Voting for a president means, four long years, and a very slow melt if we decide our choice was indeed unadvised.

The bottom line is that no political wizardry is needed to see that any independent that drains the votes from major party candidates will be assuring that President Barack Obama gets re-elected.

A vote for Ron Paul, if he runs as a third party candidate, is a vote for Barack Obama.

This article was published first at American Thinker

Related Articles - Ross Perot, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, abortion, Defense of Marriage Act, Axe murders of Villisca, Iowa confused, John,

Email this Article to a Friend!

Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box!
Subscribe for free today!

 Rate This Article  
Completely useless, should be removed from directory.
Minimal useful information.
Decent and informative.
Great article, very informative and helpful.
A 'Must Read'.



 Author Login 
LOGIN
Register for Author Account

 

Advertiser Login

 

ADVERTISE HERE NOW!
   Limited Time $60 Offer!
   90  Days-1.5 Million Views  

 

Great Paranormal Romance

World News


LAURA JEEVES

At LeadGenerators, we specialise in content-led Online Marketing Strategies for our clients in the t...more
STEPHEN BYE

Steve Bye is currently a fiction writer, who published his first novel, ‘Looking Forward Through The...more
GENE MYERS

Author of four books and two screenplays; frequent magazine contributor. I have four other books "in...more
SUSAN FRIESEN

Susan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media...more
JAVIER VBOIX

For the time being just a newbie in the Insurance Industry but a quick learner, soon-to-be expert Ja...more
SANDY FISCHEL

Sandy Fischel is the marketing director at And Above All YOGA, a wholly owned division of The Fische...more
MICHAEL BRESCIANI

Rev Bresciani is the author of two Christian books. One book is an important and concisely written b...more
CHRISTOPHER EVANS

Christopher is based in the U.K. and is the author and founder of Critical Eye. ...more
STEVERT MCKENZIE

Stevert Mckenzie, Travel Enthusiast. ...more
MICHAEL MIFSUD

Michael Mifsud was a House of Commons Commonwealth correspondent at the age of 16. He published Brit...more

HomeLinksAbout UsContact UsTerms of UsePrivacy PolicyFAQResources
Copyright © 2018, All rights reserved.
Some pages may contain portions of text relating to certain topics obtained from wikipedia.org under the GNU FDL license