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Let Ron Paul address the Republican convention in prime time

If Ron Paul does address the Republican Convention in prime time, he will say some things I agree with, and many things I strongly disagree with. But Ron Paul has earned the right to address the Republican National Convention in prime time. I give him great credit for suggesting Mitt Romney release more tax returns at the very moment his convention role is under discussion. Paul is right about the Romney taxes, but that is not the point, which is:

Ron Paul has many faithful and devoted supporters and donors. He has had a genuine influence on our national discourse. He has made a real contribution to our debates. To my consternation, candidly, he will be loyal to Republicans in November. He has important things to say that should be discussed, debated and respected whether we agree with him or not.

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Comment by Joseph Vanderville
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What could Ron Paul possibly say and contribute to the Republican Party if he is allowed to speak in "prime time" during the holding of the Republican National Convention, other than what would lead to the defeat of the Republican Party?

He brings nothing to the Convention except his scripted attack of the Republican Standard Bearer Mit Romney, and his revenge to demonize the GOP for what it did to him in the primary elections.

Obama does not need to defeat Romney ... he only needs Ron Paul's presence in the GOP National Convention to win the next presidential election.

Obama knows that in the GOP National Convention, Ron Paul will attack the Republican foreign policy and supplant it with his own weird reclusive foreign policy; he will attack with contempt the kind of government the Republicans promised to form, specifically Romney’s economic agenda, and will insist on his bizzare economic views that earned him a despicable branding from the Main Stream Media as an "unelectable" candidate the public totally rejects.

GOP's association with Ron Paul, especially in the holding of the GOP National Convention in Tampa, Florida, reminds the public of poison ivy -- and I doubt if his presence will be allowed, much more if he will even be permitted to talk at all for security reason.

Latest reports say that the Convention’s security forces are preparing for the possible invasion of Ron Paul and his rowdy followers from the "lunatic fringe"!

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