As you may know, I interviewed Ron Paul, Rick Santorum and Herman Cain for my segment “Inside Nevada” on our news.
Cain is now gone and Santorum was never there.
But Ron Paul is a different matter. Although I am concerned that he is 76, three years older than I am, I believe his sound judgment, clear thinking and intellectual compatibilities could make him a good president.
His understanding of this country’s history is extensive and he understands the economics of the United States and the rest of the world. He is thoughtful, not being a gunslinger who shoots without thinking.
Unlike Romney, who has turned out to be a man not of poor principles, but a man of no principles, and unlike Newt Gingrich who has the intellect and experience to be president but whose judgment is entirely flawed, Paul is a strong individual in all the areas where the other Republicans seem to be so weak.
You ought to give Paul a lot of thought and consideration in choosing the Republican nominee and then the President.