I thought I was original when I jokingly defined myself as a "Ron Paul Democrat" the other day. Surprisingly it seems as if this Texan Republican is catching the attention of more main stream Democrats as he rises in nationwide Republican polls. With the polarization of American politics, Is Ron Paul the only Republican candidate capable of attracting Democratic voters and in turn defeat Obama?
As the Republican circus continues with an episode of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Trump Circus, it is good to know Paul and Huntsman both declined to be part of the spectacle. I look forward to viewing Donald Trumps Republican debate to see how high the typical Republican front runners will jump when in front of their master? Will Donald Trump throw dog biscuits at Gingrich’s or Perry’s feet, as they answer questions to his liking? Will an underage non- unionized janitorial staff wisk the dog biscuits away if the debaters are tardy in retrieving them. Will Mitt agree to join in? Will shiny red ribbons be pinned to the winner? Stay tuned for the debate on December 27th. I definitely will.Here are a few clips I found that might start to help shed some light on a U.S. Congressman that has and will shape the conversation of American politics more than any living American. The BoogieDowner needs your input on this one. Where does the Bronx stand in relation to Ron Paul?