In 2001, I was vocally quite opposed to our invasion of Iraq (whether there were WMD's there or not). The reasons I was opposed are exactly the reasons we are facing today. I knew it wouldn't be a cakewalk, and I knew that American resolve is only strong as long as Americans can remained convinced that the right decision was made. So, I knew that we would eventually end up pulling out before the job was done, and that leaves me in an impossible situation. Since I didn't want to go to war in Iraq because I was afraid of what would happen if we gave up before the war was done, what possible solution can I come up with to fix this grave error? In all honesty, I don't see a way out.
At the same time, I supported, and still support, the invasion of Afghanistan.
So that leads me to believe that even though Ron Paul puts a perspective that is needed on this issue, I do not think he is the right man for the job of being president. I also noticed that the last time the Republican party invoked a tax cut, I wasn't effected in the slightest.
So, in essence, I don't really trust any politician. I especially don't trust any Republicans.
To me, the biggest issue is his stance on religion. Is he a secularist? If he's not, I won't even remotely consider giving him my vote.
Revenge is nothing more than another way of perpetuating abuse.
What the world needs now
Is some new words of wisdom
Like la la la la la la la la la.
Having a friend who will keep a secret for you is worthless compared to a friend who won't keep a secret from you.