There is no doubt that Ron Paul has made an impact on the Republican party in this election cycle. With his pair of second place finishes in both Iowa and New Hampshire, congressman Paul and his avid followers are hoping for more good results in the upcoming South Carolina Primary.
But the truth is this that even with his good domestic policies on the fed, limited government, and individual liberty, Ron Paul would be a disaster as president and if he runs as a third party candidate will ensure four more years of Barack Obama. With his isolationist policies and his incapacity to grasp the threat of radical Islam, I fear that Ron Paul is just as big a danger to America as Barack Obama is.
Barack Obama's socialist polices on the domestic front have crippled our nation and his pacifist policies in the wake of the Muslim Brotherhood's hostile takeover of Egypt and Syria, are a danger to this country and for the sake of this great land I hope that he is a one term president.
On the other hand if Ron Paul is the nominee of the GOP or some third party he would be just as big a disaster. While his domestic/economic policies would be a vast improvement from what we have now, his outdated and ignorant foreign policy would be a disaster and a threat to the peace and stability of the United States.
So under Ron Paul we would not assassinate terrorist leaders, we would not intervene in Iran taking over the straits of Hormuz which would make the price of gasoline at the pumps soar to double digits per gallon, we would not defend Israel, we would not be able to help our ally South Korea if North Korea decided to invade, we would not intervene as Iran makes connections in South and Central America, and you get the picture. Ron Paul's isolationist foreign policy is just as dangerous as Barack Obama's pacifist foreign policy.
So again Ron Paul's ideas on the economy and on the domestic front are great, but his foreign policy makes him unfit for the GOP nomination and if he by some miracle is elected would spell disaster for America in the long run.