John King, USA

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December 5th, 2011
07:37 PM ET
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  1. jules cesal

    Barack obama ,gain from no cain ,because of african american peoples they supposed to share .

    December 6, 2011 at 2:26 am |
  2. nalejbank

    Of course it will be hard to tell just how the split will occur, what percentage go to whom but if there is still any loyalty left, which I suspect there is, a good chunk will likely go along with Herman's endorsement, whenever that emerges.
    What is very noteworthy here is that the largest online forum to date that has been a key supporter operation since he announced, http://www.hermancainforums.com, has now taken a powerful shift. The site administrator not only has already made his choice in whom he is now supporting but he is strongly urging the nearly 12,000 members to put their support behind Congressman Doctor Ron Paul.
    One can clearly see that this decision, which is the right decision for all citizens who care about a strong America, has been greeted with what he says is "hell". You can visit and see for yourself.
    Protecting the Constitution, our Bill of Rights, our civil liberties and our families are all mutually inclusive. We cannot expect to have one without the others. Supporting all of these things is arguably the basic civic responsibility of each person who calls himself/herself an American. Why should supporting the one candidate that has proven himself to be the total package be followed by retribution from his fellow citizens? One would expect it from a communist but not from an informed American!
    If standing with a strong and knowledgeable constitutionalist candidate begets criticism, does it not say more about the critic than the supporter?
    To learn more about Dr. Ron Paul, one should visit his website, http://www.RonPaul2012.com and click on the "Issues" option and read for yourself rather than react to those who do not support the Constitution as they should.

    December 6, 2011 at 7:36 pm |