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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 7 2011 2:15 p.m. MDT

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IdahoStranger
NEWDALE, ID

A person can change their mind. But WHY they changed their minds is sometimes very important. Did they do it because of principles or did they do it because of personal gain? I may like Chevys but if my Chevy suddenly quits on me and I can hop on a Ford to get to my destination, then common sense would say to do that.

Where do they stand on the Issues? Are they flip-floppers on the Issues? Why are they flip-flopping and how often do they do that?

As I look at the Issues on the websites for each of the candidates, I can see that some don't have very many of the current Issues listed. I have asked for more information and have yet to hear from those email requests.

I have to wonder WHY they are not stating their positions on some Issues?
Is their stand on the Issues clear and specific? Or could any of the candidates say the same thing and act entirely different from each other?

SO FAR, only one candidate gives specifics on each Issue and clearly states exactly what he would do if he were President - Ron Paul. Read it!

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