Matt Labash of the Weekly Standard rates them. Here's what he says about Ron:
I like Ron Paul. He’s quirky. He’s un-slick. He says what he means, and has actual convictions. I sincerely regret not taking his buy-gold advice 20 years ago. Now that it’s going for around $1,400 an ounce, if I’d listened, I wouldn’t need to write this foolish column to pay for my Primobolan steroids (I’m trying to get shredded like Paul Ryan, so that I look good by the hotel pool at the Republican convention in Tampa). There are many good reasons not to vote for Ron Paul, as you’ll find out if you ever attend a Ron Paul convention.But don’t worry about those. If there’s one thing that scares voters, it’s honesty. And Ron Paul is way too honest to be president. Odds – 30-1.