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Old 01-23-2012, 05:18 PM   #111 (permalink)
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It's better than sit and rot and have liberties taken away from people daily.

Like they are trying to do with ADAA and SOPA bills these days.

Not to mention kill off the economy with these wars.

Ron Paul has the right idea even if it does sound utopian.
I don't agree with everything he says, but he probably is the best candidate. My point is, if no one agrees with him, nothing will get done. That's the worst thing that can occur.

The SOPA bill was stopped by letting congress know what we think, and they jumped ship. I think that was quite a victory. It showed that the idea of protesting still works.

I don't think any of the candidates are going to be great. Paul's support reminds me of Obama's last time. Thought he was a perfect candidate, then guess what.
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Old 01-23-2012, 11:38 PM   #112 (permalink)
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Ron Paul would ultimately fail as a President. He has grand ideas, like limiting the government (which has its own detractors right away), and not being so aggressive, which goes against the Truman and Bush Doctrine's, but his biggest setback would be against the capitalist system itself, like the Bankers for instance. Mr. Paul is a revolutionary kind of person, and though I like him a lot and respect him tremendously, I don't think he's going to pull it off. It is a shame because Newt and Mitt are just cookie-cutter replicas of past models, and Santorum does not have the tools to lead a country like America. None of the candidates do, honestly. But the real problem is that neither does Obama. America has been mismanaged at the President position for many terms now. The way things are heading, the next election won't be any different, because either Mitt or Newt will be it for the Republicans, but they both have their own individual laundry list of reasons why they shouldn't be the next President of the United States. But so does President Obama. So in my opinion, just as it was in '08 for some, this election will be a "pick your poison" election.
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Old 01-24-2012, 04:56 PM   #113 (permalink)
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I don't agree with everything he says, but he probably is the best candidate. My point is, if no one agrees with him, nothing will get done. That's the worst thing that can occur.

The SOPA bill was stopped by letting congress know what we think, and they jumped ship. I think that was quite a victory. It showed that the idea of protesting still works.

I don't think any of the candidates are going to be great. Paul's support reminds me of Obama's last time. Thought he was a perfect candidate, then guess what.
Sometimes it's not about agreeing with everything the person says but seeing the bigger picture. In this case scenario I really like his ideas of smaller government (which is BTW going out of control of late and effecting negatively the rest of the world) and most importantly stopping these ludicrous wars and getting American troops the hell out from middle east.

Not to mention he's against those corrupted to the core banker Elites which are biggest problem against economy as we have today. Those are biggest pictures we should be concerned about right now and not about small issues here and there.

SOPA bill was stopped but people should know and not for a minute think that they will not try anything else like this. I would believe they will try anything just to get this passed.

Child porn might be the next cover they will shield themselves with in order to get these bills passed. It's all about being on a lookout.

Internet is the last place of freedom of speech left. They take it away and they win and free humanity looses. It's that simple.
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Old 01-24-2012, 08:20 PM   #114 (permalink)
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SOTU going on right now.

I'm not watching, but I'm sure the media will tell me how OMG AMAZING it was.
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Old 01-25-2012, 11:13 AM   #115 (permalink)
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Let's face it Ron Paul may be running as a Republican, but he is the ONLY different choice there is. Romney, Newt, and Santorum are all card carrying members of the GOP. And Prez Obama hasn't had a stellar first term. And as far as an improved second term, history isn't on his side. I read an article that showed that nearly all presidents' second terms do not do as well as their first.

Republicans are on opposite sides of the coin, but it is still the same WORTHLESS coin. Ron Paul is different. He is a Constitutionalist. He CAN'T do worse than last guy or current guy.

And if there was a true party Candidate that had to be voted for...... I would want Reagan (Yes, a dead guy) or Clinton.
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Ron is the only one talking about real issues.

Audit the damn banksters.
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Obama will win again. Anyone with sense will know that the Republican candidates who stand a chance of winning the GOP nomination aren't going to help the economy in a way that will benefit most Americans. Plus most of the Republicans don't even like Romney anyway.

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I don't know about any good choices, but I'll vote for whoever the Republican is. I'm sick and tired of this food stamp president trying to turn America into something it's not and promoting socialist policies. That he personally is of bad character (Won't salute the flag, is muslim but doesn't admit it) worsens things, but of course I'll probably be called "racist" for not liking him.
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