Are you sure you understand what the whole point of my email was? I'm saying that, yes, I understand that you disagree with him on some issues. And that when someone asks you, specifically, to comment on him, you do outline the issues that you agree with ("with whom you vehemently agree on every issue"). I'm saying that the offhand comments that are made show that you do treat him differently than other candidates with whom you disagree. And YES, I have specific examples.
Today - You were listing the candidates, Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, and "Oh, that other guy, whatever his name is". You do this quite often.
Facebook - "Paul is taking votes away from Gingrich and Santorum." I actually commented on this. Your bias makes you see it as Paul taking the votes from San-grich, not San-grich taking votes from Paul.
I'm calling them San-grich from now on, that's kinda fun.
I'm not suggesting that you suppress your criticism of him on specific issues. I'm saying that there is a bias that is mostly subtle, but sometimes blatant. My point was that I can hear it, and it seems like you lump all Paul sympathizers into the Paul crazies category. I know that all the building 7 morons are Paul supporters, but not all Paul supporters are building 7 morons.