In NC, it's the breath test that is "implied consent". Several years ago, my grandfather, who had severe emphysema and required oxygen, was convicted for DUI on the grounds that he refused the test, after he was physically unable to exhale enough air for the breath test.
It seems to me that Ron Paul had 20+ years to assert his right to the domain RonPaul.com, as prior to 2008 it was unowned and unregistered The current owners found the unowned property, and homesteaded it. They marked it as their own (registered it) and used their labor to improve the property (wrote the website, advertised its services etc.). Now Ron Paul wishes to own the property RonPaul.com. It is a unique item of value to the current owners. They do not wish to part with it to anybody but Mr. Paul, and only under the terms of their 'Liberty Package'. Mr Paul believes the deal offered is unacceptable. He is under no obligation to take the deal offered. He is however, under a moral obligation to not use force to acquire the property. He has chosen to contact the United Nations, a governmental agency of force, to seize the property from the current owners without compensation. That's theft. Ron Paul should be able to recognize it for what is is, being a libertarian and all.