Joseph Farah,

Regarding your column, “Where Ron Paul goes off the rails,” I didn’t quite understand where you were coming from, but I wonder why he can’t get support from people like you, to strengthen his weaknesses in the areas you refer to, instead of the “throwing-the-baby-out-with-the-bathwater” approach I see in the media.

The other choices we have in this race, in my opinion, give us what we have had the past three or four election cycles. It’s just more of the same – the “hold-your-nose-and-vote” syndrome. I feel we are “off the cliff” with any of the other four.

I like Ron Paul simply because he believes in the oath he took to serve, to the Constitution and Bill of Rights, not an oath to the Republican Party. He has said that in debates, but it falls on deaf ears because there is no accountability for the ones elected for lying and deceiving the people.

As a veteran, and one who holds my oath dearly, I could only vote for Dr. Paul in good conscience. I don’t fret because I know you are ultimately in charge of the prophecy that shall be fulfilled.

Neil Cooper

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