Of course I m not talking about you or me --I m referring to the 30% to 40% of the electorate who vote on looks and persona, not substance. ... From: JoeMessage 1 of 2 , Mar 27, 2007View SourceOf course I'm not talking about you or me --I'm referring to the 30% to 40% of the electorate who vote on looks and persona, not substance.----- Original Message -----From: Joe LibertySent: Tuesday, March 27, 2007 7:14 AMSubject: [RLC-Action] Re: Ron Paul's personaI called in and spoke to Ron Paul on the air yesterday during an interview and he certainly sounded serious to me. I would vote for voting record over persona anyway, but I do not know what you are talking about with his persona. He does not remind me of Steve Forbes at all, but I don't have any problem with Steve Forbes "persona" either. I think Ron Paul's personality and charisma are fine - certainly better than Thompson and Gingrich!
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From: George Blumel <gblumel@bellsouth. net>
To: RLC-Action@yahoogro ups.com
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 8:43:42 PM
Subject: Re: [RLC-Action] Re: [RLCHouston] Don Zimmerman on phone calls
I've been reading the Ron Paul for President correspondence and what I have learned from it is that he is not serious so why should we be? Altho he has a superb voting record from our view, he ahs drifted more populist in recent years. He does not have the persona to be president --sort of like Steve Forbes. I think Forbes is the most qualified man to be president of all the contenders since Reagan but the personality, looks and charisma are not there --and that is what it takes in this day and age. Thompson? Gingrich? Maybe a dark horse comes on the scene later. It is still early. -Geo..