we have another chance to elect a good businessman to be our president. Why not?

Ron Paul was a very successful business person before entering politics. He is highly educated and experianced. We are diffenitely in need of radical change in our foreign policy. Can we afford another lawyer in power.

Asked By: Jdriven - 11/9/2007
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Ron Paul is the only Presidential candidate who is for truth, liberty, justice and freedom through our US Constitution... More
Answered By: Naturescent - 11/9/2007
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Oh please, not another one of you Ron Paul zombies. Stop drinking the kool-aid and beam back to the mothership already.
Answered By: His Divine Shadow - 11/9/2007
I like Ron Paul, but the businessman angle turns my stomach. George Bush was supposed to be a good businessman too.
Answered By: Vaughn - 11/9/2007
stop the ron paul more spam posts...noone is getting on the bandwagon here...IGNORE THE SPAM....the reason why not is simple...i dont like spam and i dont respond to it especially with a vote.
Answered By: koalatcomics - 11/9/2007
Because our collective sphincters are still hurting from the last time.
Answered By: Grump - 11/9/2007
If you want a good business man, it's Mike Bloomberg.
Answered By: Lincoln6 - 11/9/2007
Ron Paul .... businessman...maybe, but he knows less about foreign policy than most Americans. Mitt Romney would be a better suited businessman as President if that's the criteria we were to use, without the flawed foreign policy thinking of Paul.
Answered By: Harley - 11/9/2007
Vaughn is absolutely right. Ron Paul's businessman background, to me, is his one fault. I used to think that someone who could run a successful business would be a great leader for our country. (It still looks good on paper) However, Micheal Bloomberg (Mayor of New York) forever changed my mind. As soon as he took... More
Answered By: badmotherrucker - 11/9/2007
I was seriously considering voting for Ron Paul until I found out what a crackpot he really is from one of his supporters right here on Yahoo! Answers.
Answered By: Sherilynne B - 11/9/2007
Bill Richardson was a successful CEO, a successful congressman, a successful Governor, and a successful ambassador to the UN. Vote for him!
Answered By: greenman_4thefuture - 11/9/2007
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