Dr. Paul said his efforts to overturn Roe vs. Wade aren't at odds with his libertarian philosophies.
"I honor and respect the notion that our homes are our castles, and I don't want the government in our homes," he said.
"That does not say that the parents of children in a home have the right to kill their children."
Evidently, Ron Paul has more respect for a person's ownership of a piece of real estate than he does for a person's ownership of her own body.
So I deleted Ron Paul's blog button.
As a single issue, abortion rights trumps even noninterventionism.
Goodby, Ron Paul. I'm glad I never gave you money, as I did David Bergland. I'll be unsubscribing from your email newsletter too.
Go ahead and run third party and steal some deciding votes from one of the Republicans married to this modern-day disaster of a position.
Thanks for one thing though: showing libertarians they don't have to follow that idiotic plank on open borders in the party platform, originally thrown in by the handful of nobodies at their little meeting somewhere back when.
Oh, and thanks for one more thing: arguing against the stupid Iraq War. You know, wars kill real "children" in a much more heartbreaking and wasteful way than abortions kill so-called "children."
One day there may come along a brilliant, charismatic modern libertarian to help this country out. You may have helped pave the way for such a person, Ron; you're just not that person.
Sayonara, Ron Paul.