- Oct 10, 2004
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Was Ron Paul electable in the last presidential election? Or was he running to make a point and bring some issues to light?
Let me review my constitution. Is Ron Paul a natural born citizen of the USA? Yes...check. Has Ron Paul attained the age of 35? Yes...check. Has Ron Paul been fourteen Years a resident within the United States? Yes...check. Yep, he was electable. Whether he was running to make a point and bring fomr issues to light...well...they are all running to make a point and bring some issue to light but that was beside my point anyways.
Usually when people talk about electability in political circles, they're not talking about the constitutional requirements to run for office.
Which is why I specifically asked if he/she was in good standing. I thought that was the hint that I wasn't talking about electability in political circles. I wasn't sure if Speetape's question was a jab at Texx not being in good standing (I don't know if he/she is which is why I asked the question in the first place).
Texx is much more of an ALPA koolaid drinker than I am....but still not electable....I don't agree with him on many things...but he speaks his mind....not a good thing if you want to get elected....
He has been doing ALPA work for about 15 years...and he is critical of ALPA...
Do you mean, is he/she in good standing? Because other than that, anyone is electable.