Young voters propelling Ron Paul's campaign

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  • bandersen Saint George, UT
    Jan. 13, 2012 10:06 p.m.

    Perhaps someone would like to comment on why LDS people for the most part spurn Ron Paul's message when the religion for which they belong validates the principles for which he advocates? If there is one position that should differentiate Mormons from both the democrats and republicans it is a scriptural injunction to avoid war and every entangling alliance of such. The Book of Mormon warns repeatedly of what happens to nations that seek for dominion via war. It is not a pretty picture! The price of liberty is to constantly prepare for war, but not create wars and then become a standing army around the world!

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Jan. 13, 2012 7:09 a.m.

    Sorry to break your bubble AP, but their are many of us older americans who still have pride in their country backing this man to defeat oppression and socialism. If the young people are realizing and able to see the truth then that makes my day, a proud day for the America we love.

    This nation does not revolve around either party anymore, its a third candidate election year for one that wants to unite and defend our country from the history of corruption.

    Ron Paul is the best choice and is older and wiser than all the other candidates who have never been involved in their country and its culture. Obama fears Ron Paul and Ron Paul is justified vengenace for the american people.

    I think the young people have been living the nightmare of a political war of induced poverty racism and they want change. Ron Paul is not a radical, he is the only American in the running willing to stand up for America and its people. Putting America first will win him this election. And if the GOB (good ol boy) crowed opposes him he can run as an independent on the ballot, and win.