Who IS Ron Paul?Why would he get this much support?Do your OWN homework.NOBODY explains Ron PaulBETTER than Ron Paul himself!Here is an interactive audio archive ofRon Paul speeches and interviews as a resource in chronologicalorder.http://www.ronpaulaudio.com
That is a comprehensive list. For a quick intro I would recommend:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG_HuFtP8w8
I think it's great that Googlers get a chance to hear from presidential candidates. I mean, what other company receives this kind of attention. I hope Dr. Paul's message of liberty and individual freedom was paid attention to by all in attendance, for there could be nothing better for the internet and companies like Google if a freer market was taken seriously.
I have a question on another topic in regards to policy:1. Does Google support the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation), and if so, in what ways? (If not, why not?)2. Does Google support the EFF's "Stop Internet Censorship: Free Speech Online Blue Ribbon" campaign, and if so, how? (And again, if not, why?)http://www.eff.org/br/
Ron Paul is fantastic, a true defender of liberty and the Constitution.
Thank you SO MUCH for posting this on YouTube!!!! Ron Paul is absolutely everything I would want in a candidate! GO RON PAUL, WE LOVE YOU!
The Problem with Ron Paul's limited government beliefs is that there are a whole lot of people who are compromised by the system. They WANT big government, either because they work for it, get contracts from it, or get social welfare benefits of some kind. It's the ultimate payola. It's hard for Ron Paul to compete with that.Kenwww.LaserGuidedLoogie.com
google is doing pretty well in doing no evil...
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