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Can somebody from Ron Paul's district ask Rep. Paul to endorse OC rights restoration in Texas?

Mike

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Rep. Paul puts out a daily "Texas straight talk" email - can somebopdy in his distriuct ask him to take a public position on OC rights restoration ASAP?
 

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I talked to my dad, and he said he will give Ron a call. My dad said he would think about it before he called. He always does that before he asks people like Ron Paul for favors.
 

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echo5sierra wrote:
I talked to my dad, and he said he will give Ron a call. My dad said he would think about it before he called. He always does that before he asks people like Ron Paul for favors.
Asking Ron Paul to make a policy statement is not a favor, that should be what politicians do. Asking Ron Paul to make a policy statement contrary to his personal beliefs would be a favor... :D

I think Mike is looking for the former, not the latter.

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