February 1, 2008

Mads For Ron Paul

...on the Republican ticket, that is.

We're not sure why we haven't done this sooner, but Mads is officially endorsing Congressman Ron Paul as our pick for Republican candidate.



Congressman Paul has been consistently against the war in Iraq: "This war has cost more than 3,000 American lives, thousands of seriously wounded, and hundreds of billions of dollars. We must have new leadership in the White House to ensure this never happens again." Paul plans to withdraw troops immediately and safely.

CLICK HERE to read about Paul's stance on other issues.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't vote based on one issue! Ron Paul will nullify Roe vs. Wade, abolish gun control, restrict homosexual marriage, enforce the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, and pretty much turn America into a libertarian hell.

An immediate pullout isn't worth all that.

Anonymous said...

who the hell cares what some freshman endorses? if you are gonna do this give some vass gossip, like who nailed who, not prepubescent political opinions

Anonymous said...

Anonymous #1, you do realize that all the things you mentioned (minus abolishing gun control) is not libertarian at all. He's just trying to make himself seem socially conservative so that he has a chance at the republican vote (which he doesn't). I don't hate him for his social stances (unless he is actually telling the truth about what he wants), I hate him because of what he wants for the economy. If it was up to him, tax wouldn't exist in any form. The guy is craaaaazy which is why there is no chance in hell he'll win.

Anon #1 said...

Anon 3: Thanks, I should've clarified on that. I meant an economic libertarian hell, not a social one.

Anonymous said...

mads should be more guilty gossip (about students, not cafeteria workers) and less irrelevant political opinions and lame youtube videos.

Anonymous said...

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/01/10/paul.newsletters/

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA thanks for this meaningful endorsement.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul wants to eliminate the Department of Education, the IRS, taxes, and virtually all non-military spending. Anyone who has ever taken an economics class should know that these sorts of excessively small-government policies would dramatically shrink the money supply in the long run, destroy the lower and middle classes, and make interest rates skyrocket.

Anonymous said...

geez people. Let Mads post whatever the hell they want. The students who run it should be able to do so without being criticized for every nit-picky thing....no reason to be uptight about a blog.