I'm not "telling" you what to think. I am simply pointing out the contradiction of caring about the practices of the Fed, yet not caring about the only candidate that is addressing that issue. Hillary, Obama, Edwards, Thompson, Romney and Giuliani all have not so much as to have even wispered a peep in regards to reforming/restructuring/getting rid of the Fed.
If you do not like Paul, yes, you are correct, it IS your Constitutional right. But saying you are interested in changing the Fed, yet still saying you have zero interest in Ron Paul is a contradiction. But it IS still your right.
Obviously you are having a little difficulty with reading and comprehension of the English language. Please allow me to assist. Here is my direct quote from my post. Please feel free to read it yourself if you think I am altering it in any way:
"You aren't giving people enough options in your poll, IMO. For instance in my case, the Federal Reserve and where it sets with the discount rate is of very high interest to me, but I could care less about Ron Paul. And I wouldn't agree that the Fed is a cartel."
Now, just how to you get (your quote) "But saying you are interested in changing the Fed, yet still saying you have zero interest in Ron Paul is a contradiction." out of my statement??
Has it ever occurred to you that I might think the Fed is important, but I don't WANT to change it?
Just a little tip, READ the posts before you start making these generalized, and may I say inaccurate, statements.