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Republicans need true conservative

Tuesday, May 29, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 6:49 a.m. CDT, Sunday, July 20, 2008

From Alex B. Streiff, Columbia

With the current sentiments of the American people toward the war in Iraq, I feel that the Republican Party is headed down a dangerous path.

Out of the current 10 candidates, only one seems to realize this country’s current problem with foreign policy. That lone candidate is Dr. Ron Paul.

Paul is a 10-term senator from Texas and the only true conservative in the field. What our country needs right now is a leader who is against intervention abroad, who will reduce the size and power of the federal government and who will address the issue of the national debt and the currently unfair taxation system. Paul looks to be the only candidate ready to tackle the issue at home and abroad.


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George Giltner July 31, 2007 | 6:17 p.m.

my name is George, I live in King George, VA. I am a Nam
Era Vet. I have observed the same American left(in congress
and the American public) that betrayed us in Vietnam are
doing the same in Irak. Our military, once again, are
kicking ass!!! Its people in Congress and many of the
American Left that are Once Again betraying us. Screw
ya all. Semper Fi

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