Conservatives and Libertarians United Against Ron Paul

Watching what Ron Paul does. Not what he says.

Ron Paul is NOT a Conservative

Posted by chip91 on August 1, 2007

Ron Paul was given a 67% rating from the radical left-wing group, the ACLU

Voted NO on a Constitutional Amendment banning same-sex marriage

Voted NO on making the PATRIOT Act permanent.

Voted NO on a constitutional amendment prohibiting flag desecration.

Opposes the death penalty. (Jan 2007)

Voted NO on allowing school prayer during the War on Terror. (Nov 2001)

Voted NO on allowing vouchers in DC schools.

Voted NO on passage of the Bush Administration national energy policy. (Jun 2004)

Voted NO on establishing nationwide AMBER alert system for missing kids. (Apr 2003)

Voted NO on decreasing gun waiting period from 3 days to 1. (Jun 1999)

Opposes Patriot Act & Iraq War.

Voted YES on cutting and running in Iraq in 90 days. (May 2007)

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8 Responses to “Ron Paul is NOT a Conservative”

  1. phildrysci667 said

    Ron Paul is a PATRIOT first and a Republican next. Those of you who oppose the Constitution for any reason even a so called war on terror are TRAITORS.

  2. mickmck707 said

    Ron paul’s record on the above topices show me that he is in the same boat as the liberal left wing.

  3. Bill said

    You can’t look at someone’s voting record based on ten lines or whatever it amounts to and make a determination about the person. You need to know the reasoning behind the vote or stance. It’s not that simple mickmck707.

  4. Concerned Citizen, Mid-Atlantic said

    Those are not traditional conservative positions; they are leftist neoconservative/southern social conservative positions on the issues. Most social conservatives are either re-treaded southern social conservative Democrats or the offspring thereof (e.g., Trent Lott was originally a Democrat).

    There is nothing conservative about restricting individual liberty. Very few people who joined the GOP after 1970 truly understand traditional Republican conservatism. Ronald Reagan was not a traditional Republican conservative. He was a re-treaded far-left Democrat who recruited the neoconservatives from the Democrat Party. I truly feel sad for those who hold this former president up as a shining example of Republican conservatism.

  5. Robert said

    I don’t understand how someone can make a “Conservatives and Libertatians United Against Ron Paul” blog and have a completely neo-conservative view, insulting all conservative and Libertarian views. The “Cutting and running in Iraq” part truly shows that this was put up by someone who wants a Bush Jr. #2 in office next year. Supporting an already failed war just to show that you “didn’t lose” or that you left “with honor” makes absolutely no sense, and we all saw the result of that with Nixon elected to END the Vietnam war and then changing to a stance of “Oh, but we have to leave WITH HONOR” eventually just getting more people killed for no reason.

  6. Dave said

    You realize Ron Paul has a 100% rating from the gun lobby, right? “Waiting period” or not, the gun lobby supports Ron Paul. Either you’re lying, or you need to tell the full story behind those votes.

  7. alex said

    I fought in Iraq and though the sight of a flag being desecrated stirs my emotions to the point of wanting to bash in the face of the offender, I would not support a ban on flag desecration. The Constitution protects the freedom of speech. If an individual is allowed to burn a flag of a country they are from, then it is a badge of honor to live in such a country. The fact that the U.S. allows our citizens to do this to our flag is a right that I hold proudly. GO RON PAUL!!!!

  8. Patrick said

    With regard to this:

    Voted NO on decreasing gun waiting period from 3 days to 1. (Jun 1999)

    This is completely false. The congressional record shows that Paul voted YES on amendment 215 (to HR2122) to decrease the waiting period from 72 hours to 24 hours. I repeat he voted YES to decrease the waiting period. He voted NO on the bill itself because besides decreasing the waiting period the bill also introduced anti-gun measures including requiring safety locks and also some other regulations on juvenile ownership and licensing gun dealers.

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