This would cause the Roe decision to be found unconstitutional, effectively giving the states power to regulate abortion. Currently [as of 2011], seven states have provisions in their laws which would immediately prohibit abortion in the event that Roe v. Wade were overturned.
I would support an amendment to the Constitution which would require the states to legalize all forms of abortion - including partial-birth abortion [this was my position in 2011, but as of 2015 I am opposed to partial-birth abortion] - and to prohibit the county and municipal governmental agencies under their jurisdictions from making abortion illegal and/or punishable.
In summary, while I applaud Ron Paul for his consistent support of states' rights on the abortion issue - as well as for exercising restraint from joining Rick Santorum and others in support of a constitutional amendment prohibiting abortion - because the states do ultimately have the final say on the matter. However, because I feel that the federal courts should not have any involvement in the issue - as they have shown themselves incapable of consistently supporting the freedom of choice - I would support the only legalistic method of permitting abortion nationwide, which is to allow three-quarters of the states to compel the remainder of the states to enact an abortion policy which such a supermajority would favor.
Although I share Paul's concerns about the unchecked power of the executive to do anything, including to issue an order bringing about amnesty, I would support any efforts by a president to pardon non-violent immigrants who entered the U.S. unlawfully.
I would also criticize Paul for failing to publicly advocate removing the protections from prosecution for certain classes of crime which our elected representatives currently enjoy, and for failing to advocate legalizing the questioning of public debt.
I would like to see a formal congressional investigation of Obama's eligibility, and in the event that a lawsuit concerning that matter were to end up in the Supreme Court, I would like to see justices Sotomayor and Kagen recuse themselves from the case. I also support Reverend James David Manning's "C.I.A. Columbia Obama trial", I believe that the case has standing under the 10th Amendment, and I would like to see Barack Obama face his accusers in a New York State court.