I do not support everything Ron Paul is proposing. I am pro-environment and I support regulations that protect the consumer from corporate abuses. I would not support the elimination of the Department of Commerce or the Department of the Interior. I would support the elimination of government programs that are based on collecting revenues at the local level, transferring them to Washington, only to redistribute the money back to the local level. That is wasteful. The selling of government assets and the privatization of some government services would be a major mistake that I won't expound upon at this time. The Department of Homeland Security needs to be eliminated.
Well, I am pleased to see that that Ron Paul has made graphs that summarize his proposals. Obama speaks eloquently, vaguely, and misleadingly about reducing the national debt. Obama, from what I have seen has yet to produce any graph summarizing how his proposed spending would achieve real deficit reduction. Obama is playing "smoke and mirrors". All that Obama seems to have proposed are reductions to proposed deficit spending falsely claiming that he is reducing the deficit. Spending will still exceed revenues. That is not deficit reduction.
Ron Paul, when interviewed before the camera gives a much better presentation than he does at the Republican debates. I would even conjecture that the debate moderators have bee working "around" Paul to focus on other candidates such as Romney.
Nevertheless, Ron Paul deserves the chance to be elected president.
Washington Post article: Ron Paul puts out ‘Plan to Restore America’
Ron Paul Website: Ron Paul Announces Ambitious ‘Plan to Restore America’
Cato Institute: Ron Paul’s ‘Plan to Restore America’