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One of the more interesting attacks on Paul is on his position on the drug war. Apparently his position is not to be considered because he wants to let the states determine the drug laws. As opposed to the current guy who wants to continue the drug war nationwide. Some how this makes Paul's position not serious I guess.
Otherwise, the complete ability to refuse to deal with the issues themselves, but rather allow the discussion to deteriorate into discussions of whether or not Paul could really be elected or whether or not he could accomplish his major positions if he were elected is more important then a discussion of the issues and why it is that the "progressive" community is able to support a guy who is nothing but a Wall Street Whore, or as I have began to think of him as a kinder gentler softer fascist.
I guess I should say that I find most of Paul's positions horrible in the extreme, but the idea of placing a flaming reactionary who believes in certain things that most "liberals" claim to believe in opposite a guy who played a liberal on TV and then demanding that "liberals" justify their support of the TV liberal is entertaining. Of course they managed to refuse to engage in the merits or lack thereof of the positions and charge off in several other directions ignoring the issues.