December 15, 2011- Conservative pundit Andrew Sullivan is the newest celebrity to endorse Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul. He says he sees none of the fakeness in Paul that exists in Mitt Romney. Paul he says does not have any of the resentment that Newt Gingrich harbors inside him. Sullivan says Paul has made it through two primary elections and has not compromised a bit of his philosophy or character.
Sullivan said you could see Paul genuinely looks to answer questions truthfully rather than looking for a one-liner. He called Paul, “A decent person” and said, “That is not an adjective I use lightly.” Adding, “Republicans need more decency in their ranks.”
Sullivan said Paul is an excellent choice for a reduced role to be played by government. He called Paul an intellectual when it came to the debate about government and what role it should play.
Sullivan said there were many reasons to vote for Paul; if you want more honesty and decency in politics; if you are concerned with degeneracy in the Republican Party; and if you want someone running the country with decades of experience in Washington and has yet to be corrupted. Sullivan feels an Obama/Paul battle for the White House would be a contest of ideas.
One thing is certain. Paul’s following is growing and his popularity at the polls is increasing daily. More and more people are realizing his ideas are genuine and are aimed at getting Americans back on the correct economic path.