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December 24, 2007

Ron Paul vs Dennis Kucinich

Filed under: Politics, Society — Tags: , , , — Joe De Luca @ 1:13 pm

Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich are the best choices from the two main parties. I agree with most of Paul’s issues, but not all. I don’t like his position on immigration, gun control, and the environment. Dennis Kucinich might be the better choice.

Before voting, look where your candidate stands on the issues, plus check their voting records. That says a lot about their integrity. Then just go with your conscience. A great tool can be found at 2decide.com/table. With this table you can see where all the major presidential candidates stand. Please note that third party candidates are not included, and there are a lot more issues to be considered that are not listed.

An ideal situation would be for both of them to win their respective party’s nomination, and then square-off against each other in the general election.



  1. Kucinich is anti 2nd ammendment. One of the original ammendments in the Bill of Rights. Not good.

    Comment by Steve — December 27, 2007 @ 12:43 pm

  2. Steve,

    Supporting gun control isn’t 2nd ammendment. Support your claim or retract it.

    Comment by James — January 1, 2008 @ 2:40 pm

  3. While it makes sense to limit the availability of firearms to dangerous people (“dangerous” ideally being defined by each State’s discretion), gun-control laws were made in large part to allow the government to remove them from the people in a state of marshal law. When the constitution was written, each State was designed to have its own militias and America was NOT to have a standing army. A standing army temps governments to Empire. This is not what our founding fathers wanted. Over time, militias were disbanded, and the government started creating laws which take our civil liberties away one by one – Nationwide gun-control being one of them.

    Comment by Melissa — January 1, 2008 @ 8:52 pm

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