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Where is OUR candidate?

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Published on Jan 6, 2012

I normally don't like to talk about politics. But this election year, I couldn't help but comment on the dearth of choices. Where is the candidate who isn't a conspiring dominionist anti-vaccine creationist? Where is the educated candidate who accepts science, who doesn't buy flouride-free toothpaste, and doesn't believe he'll have to compete against extra-terrestrial reptiles to be elected? Where is there a sane, credible, rational, reasonable choice to hand this sort of power over to?

Yet another reason to go to the Reason Rally!
The data presented comes largely from a 'scorecard' from the Secular Coalition of America.
http://secular.org/files/2012scapresi...

Yes, what I said about Ron Paul is true; he does want to make abortions illegal in all circumstances.

Ron Paul signed the following document:
http://www.personhoodusa.com/blog/per...

Official RonPaul2012 site, http://www.ronpaul2012.com/
"the Issues", #1 is Abortion. Campaign promises:
"As President, Ron Paul will continue to fight for the same pro-life solutions he has upheld in Congress, including:
* Immediately saving lives by effectively repealing Roe v. Wade and preventing activist judges from interfering with state decisions on life by removing abortion from federal court jurisdiction through legislation...
* Defining life as beginning at conception by passing a "Sanctity of Life Act."

In Ron Paul's 'statement of faith', he says, "We must stand for life -- not allow millions of innocent children to continue to be slaughtered with the government's approval."

In August 2011, Ron Paul signed a pledge to advance only anti-abortion appointees for relevant administration jobs and to support a federal ban on abortions.

His Sanctity of Life Act would define a newly fertilized egg as a "person under Federal law", which would not only criminalize ALL abortions, regardless of states' laws, but would also place abortion under federal criminal jurisdiction (via several USC clauses) as murder.

Don't call me a liar for citing what the man actually said. It doesn't matter that he's not an atheist. I never it did. I just want someone who doesn't let his religious delusion impair his leadership, and Ron Paul has repeatedly demonstrated that he WILL force his religious opinions onto the rest of us.

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