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Pro-Lifer Ron Paul’s Record on abortion vs. Every other Pro-Lifer’s record on abortion

Posted by chip91 on August 5, 2007

I’ve talked about Ron Paul’s more then satisfactory ratings from “NARAL Pro-Choice America.” Here they are compared to every other Republican presidential candidate who has served in Congress.

Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)

2006: 65 percent
2005: 75 percent

Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS)

2006: 0 percent
2005: 0 percent

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA)

2006: 0 percent
2005: 0 percent

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)

2006: 0 percent
2005: 0 percent

Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO)

2006: 0 percent
2005: 0 percent

Sen. Fred Thompson (R-TN)

2000: 0 percent
1999: 0 percent

Notice the difference?

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Ron Paul: Your typical politician

Posted by chip91 on August 4, 2007

“Ron Paul personifies the Founding Fathers’ ideal of the citizen-statesman. He makes it clear that his principles will never be compromised, and they never are.”

http://www.ronpaul2008.com/

Ha! Ron Paul says he’s pro-life, but has a solidly pro-choice voting record. He says he’s against gay marriage, but voted against an amendment banning it. He says he supports second amendment rights, but has voted to make it harder to have the right to bear arms. Click on the tabs above to learn more. Does “libertarian” Ron Paul really have the principles he claims he has? Or is he just your typical politician who panders to his base?

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Ron Paul is no “social conservative”

Posted by chip91 on August 2, 2007

Ron Paul says he’s pro-life. However, here are his ratings from the major political pro-abortion group “NARAL Pro-Choice America.”

2006: 65 percent
2005: 75 percent
2004: 65 percent

Their are also other issues of social conservatism were Ron Paul is a liberal. He has voted against the federal marriage amendment and was even one out of 14 congresspeople to vote against the amber alert. Paul received a 76% rating from the Christian Coalition. That might seem high, but it’s the lowest rating them any other Republican presidential candidate who’s currently serving in congress. John McCain (who the social cons haven’t really warmed up to) received an 83% rating. Sam Brownback, Duncan Hunter and Tom Tancredo all scored 100%. Is Ron Paul a social conservative at all?

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