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The two men I follow most closely, Jim Cramer and Ron Paul, together. (Hey, you got chocolate on my peanut butter!) Absolutely amazing…

Jim Cramer, if you are sincere about wishing Ron Paul the best of luck, will you please help? Would you throw your endorsement behind him and use the power of your pulpit to give him the recognition he deserves?

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Sat, December 15 2007 » Announcements

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  1. jwadethack December 27 2007 @ 2:22 pm

    Ron Paul’s political views seem interesting (although at time bit cowardly when he says he’s not in a position to vote to spend money for a Rosa Parks medal like you mentioned and other issues that would extend the government’s reach too far…. isn’t that why he was elected??.. to vote on issues in the way his constituents would want him to? if they think a medal is worthwhile he should represent them and vote for it.. ). And, after doing some reading on his views, i’m beginning to think that it was more than simply spending the government’s money for the Rosa Parks medal… ( a couple of blogs to read are http://media.www.dailycampus.com/media/storage/paper340/news/2007/12/03/Commentary/Paul-Right.To.Vote.Against.Rosa.Parks.Medal-3128419.shtml and http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2007/5/15/124912/740 )
    anyway, i’ve been a long-time listener and hope that this doesn’t turn into an even bigger Ron Paul political stump than it already is.. with the views he has on racism your wasting your time because there is no way he’d be elected. Besides, I (and I assume your other listeners) would prefer to hear about other, financial-related topics anyway. If we want to hear about politics and RP, then we’d be listening to a political podcast, not this one.

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