There doesn't really seem to be much of a difference between the front runners on both sides of the political aisle. Whether you vote for Hillary, Obama, Giuliani, or Romney your pretty much going to get the same thing you've been getting in the past. With Hillary its even worse because they've already been in the white house before, and Romney is talking about getting Jeb for his running mate. God, its bad enought that we have two parties who agree that running up huge debts and paying as much interest as possible is good for the public. Its bad enough they both play games with immigration, our currency and send our kids to war and talk about getting involved in endless other wars till the end of time. Now we have two families trying to get in there year after year. You know they must be getting Chelsea ready to do her part and once Jeb's had his turn one of Barney's brood will be boning up for the job.
The Republicans and the Democrats are two sides of the same coin pushing each other's agendas. Bush gets in and increases the size of government. The Dems want to get in and keep the war going. They're both soft on immigration and like the idea of a North American Union. They both vote for trade agreements that send American jobs overseas. As individuals the candidates have some differences, but the parties themselves each represent two heads on the same bird. Each have strong ties to globalist trade organizations involved in making international trade laws. Paul is the only well supported candidate that doesn't.
When your running at full speed towards the edge of a cliff it's probably a good idea to put on the brakes and take a look around. If nothing else that's what a Ron Paul presidency would do. If after Paul gets in and America decides it wants to keep going and do a nose dive into destruction then at least they will have the opportunity to hear all the facts and know what they are getting into.