So, tomorrow is Super Tuesday and I have yet to determine who to vote for in the Presidential election. I’ve personally narrowed it down to the following four on the Republican ticket, but I have significant concerns about each of them:
Mike Huchabee (poor foreign policy & he’s from Arkansas)
John McCain (generally distrust him)
Ron Paul (not diplomatic and extreme)
Mitt Romney (immigration & general distrust)
Here are a few voting resources I’ve come across today that I found valuable:
I keep hearing rumblings about this presidential candidate named Ron Paul. I finally looked him up and he definitely grabs my attention. At first I wasn’t totally comfortable him being antiwar, but I’m starting to warm up to that idea. He appears to not exactly be ‘antiwar’, but more about the US not needing to act an international police force. I resonate with that, though I also value the importance of our military and international law.
I also like the idea that he appears to really value integrity and authenticity. One of his campaign slogans is “Google Ron Paul”, which implies to me that he isn’t afraid of you finding out something bad about him. I like that.
What do you think of Ron Paul? Does he have a chance of becoming president?