The tenor of the comments is very enlightening in two notable respects.
First, there has been no serious attempt by "conservatives" to claim that Fox News actually provides factually correct information. That's because any such attempt would be inherently futile, inasmuch as there are two studies by NONPARTISAN sources that definitively demonstrate that Fox News does not accurate convey information about the political sphere.
Second, the conservatives have vainly attempted to deflect the conversation by launching an ad hominem attack on Clay Bennett and any one who shares his viewpoint. When the person attacks the messenger, that is a clear sign that the person doing the attacking knows that the message (he is objecting to) is correct.
("Ad hominem" means:
appealing to one's prejudices, emotions, or special interests rather than to one's intellect or reason; or
attacking an opponent's character rather than answering his argument.
You make a good point but miss the nuaunce of my argument. Dr paul is the only candidate that wants to rein in the federal government. The others all want more of the same. He doesn't even take the pension offered him and he is finished with congress after this term. I could split hairs about him not being the incumbant but you make a valid point and my wording could be better. But my motive is still the same, Dr Paul adheres to the constitution not his personal preference. Espesially the part about all powers not specific to the feds will be delegated to the states. It doesn't take a constitutional lawyer to figure that out unless you tie yourself in knots around interstate commerce but that is neither here nor there. Just keep voting for whoever promises to save whatever check your waiting on or whoever will stop those "others" from taking whatever is your god givin right. With only a small % of people voting in these gerymandered primaries it doen't matter anyway