If true, that is a sadder reflection on the republicans than it is on Dr. Paul, since he restricts his "yes" votes to legislation which he believes is authorized by the Constitution.
The resolution recognized the Islamic faith as one of the great religions of the world, rejected hatred, bigotry and violence directed against Muslims, both in the United States and worldwide
Are you suggesting that a good republican should be in favor of hatred, bigotry and violence?
Hi Madame, it's good to see you again.
First, I don't 'suggest' things, so don't put words in my mouth. You're better than that.
Paul is not the same guy we thought he was when he came out with all his good talk years ago. As for your first statement, how do you justify Paul co sponsoring 1876 bills that others wrote? All constitutional....sure, you bet. Look at the facts, Madame. Paul can't do what you're dreaming he can. All his talk about 'small government' is just that, talk. He was elected to be a legislator, not a commentator
Ron Paul has never produced one piece of effective legislation that did anything to control illegal immigration. In fact Paul has never gotten any of his legislation through the process. Ever. He has NO support or endorsement from his congressional colleagues. His claim of small government is just that, nothing but a claim.
Ron Paul has proved he cant govern. He has a zero record of accomplishments, except for pushing 1876 bills others wrote through congress. Small government guy?
Just for comparison of actual accomplishments in congress:
Sponsored means he wrote or introduced the bill. Co sponsors sign on to other bills written by someone else.
Statistics: Duncan Hunter has sponsored 105 bills since Jan 7, 1997, of which 72 havent made it out of committee (Average)
and 10 were successfully enacted (Good, relative to peers).
Hunter has co-sponsored 894 bills during the same time period (Average, relative to peers).
Now take a look at Ron Paul, who claims many accomplishments and would never vote for any frivolous, unconstitutional bill!
Statistics: Ronald Paul has sponsored 346 bills since Jan 7, 1997, of which 341 havent made it out of committee (Extremely Poor) and 0 were successfully enacted .(Average, relative to peers).
Paul has co-sponsored 1876 bills during the same time period (Average, relative to peers) NOTE: 1876 bills, written by other congress members. All constitutional ? You decide.