Although I think he would have probably had a bit to say about the characterizations of his administration.
I was pretty disappointed that these people are meant to be the alternative to Obama. They are pretty unpalatable to me. I enjoyed the question about how should the R vote who is being pushed out by the Tea Party. The answer was - the tea party is good, constitution, small government, backbone of the country and some other blabber... nothing to tell the guy that the R party is for anyone but the hard right. It annoys me.
And instead of having a candidate that ignores the social issues - they all are on the wrong side of history when it comes to gay rights. It amazes me that as I watch, I just think to myself... my kids will watch this debate in 25 years and be amazed at how anyone could have been so wrong on this issue. Why wouldn't when asked about your social beliefs say - I don't really care to answer that because I am not going to make it a priority in my Administration, the Economy is what we should be talking about. Instead they went with the tried and true Social Conservative song and dance.
Ron Paul did say it right - there is no need to qualify all these groups like gay Americans - we are just Americans.
ps. Ron Paul is a funny old man.