Why do people issue quite circular statements, such as "he's unelectable?" If everyone said that statement then, would that in truth not make him unelectable. If people like his views of the economy, and the federal government's role in society as based on the Constitution, then why are more people not all in? Many a crowd from the GOP seems to hate on his foreign policy, but it seems he just respects national sovereignty and the constitutional power of the people to declare war through congress. Sure one may not like his libertarian views on marijuana or prostitution, ect, but he looks at the Constitution and finds no Federal power to make these thing illegal and therefore gives the states the right to choose for themselves. Besides, Gingrich is a rich progressive lobbyist who has taken 37 million dollars from healthcare companies and a 1.5 million dollars from Freddie and Fannie. He aligns himself with Teddy Roosevelt and is a true Grand Ole Progressive. Romney seems to be a good leader, but has flip flopped way too many times to be taken seriously not to mention things government is the solution to all of our problems. Then there is..um who is that guy...oh yeah Perry (couldn't remember the third guy). Ron Paul stands for liberty and a Federal Government that identifies with the constitution. He also stands for peace, and America keeping their guns to themselves. Thoughts?