Finally, Someone I Can Vote For
"Dr. No" voted against the authorization of force in Iraq and believes that the US should withdrawal from the United Nations. He opposed the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), arguing correctly that it would increase the size of government and diminish American sovereignty, and has supported border security and opposed illegal immigration. He voted against allowing gay couples in Washington, DC to adopt but opposed re-writing the Constitution by voting against the Federal Marriage Amendment. Unlike "pro-life" GOPers who merely want an issue to gin up the Christian Right, Paul introduced legislation to prohibit the Supreme Court from ruling on issues relating to abortion, birth control, the definition of marriage and homosexuality and states that the court's precedent in these areas would no longer be binding. Heck, he even supports the gold-standard.
Do you think the Religious Right will support this agenda? Unfortunately, the question is merely rhetorical.