• Rasmussen Reports
Even as Barack Obama gradually climbs in national polls, more than a handful of the president's once-ardent admirers suddenly seem more attracted to Ron Paul.
Long disappointed by Obama's overly solicitous attitude toward banking, defense and national security interests -- at the expense of economic justice and civil liberties -- these disappointed critics find a satisfying echo in Paul's assaults on the banks, the Federal Reserve, the military-industrial complex and, indeed, the entire American super-structure, including the miserably failed war on drugs. As a libertarian, he doesn't actually share the liberal perspective on these issues but sometimes sounds as if he does.
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