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Rand Paul or nobody

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posted on Apr, 30 2015 @ 08:05 AM
a reply to: STTesc

Forgive me for bringing it up, but I see some inconsistencies in your OP.

You claim that you don't want your vote going to a "more of the same" candidate, yet state that the only people you would vote for is Rand Paul, Trump or Ben Carson.

They are exactly that....more of the same.

They fall right in line with the typical Republican agenda, except Rand has a slightly different take on foreign policy, and Trump and Carson are two of the biggest neoconservative parrots out there. Hearing them speak, you can tell that they are very up-to-date on the popular buzzwords and propaganda being disseminated by the GOP.

We need strong leadership and a candidate that puts America and our constitution first.

You really believe any one of those guys are actually going to do that?

I've had enough with the race card, sex card, social conditioning, Johnny has 2 mommies, bla bla bla. Take your socialism and shove it honestly. You want to live in a Fascist dictatorship there are plenty of 3rd world hell holes to choose from. Take your social engineering and go. American doesn't want or need your manifesto.

Typical neconservative talking points. It would be laughable if it weren't for the masses of people that talk, and think, like that.

Also, socialism and fascism are two different things. Are they pushing socialism, or fascism? Can't be both.
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posted on May, 29 2015 @ 01:19 PM
In most states, you can write in a candidate.

Of course, this election is pretty much a done deal. I know many will disagree, but that's fine. Come back after the election, to this post, and you'll see.

Hillary will of course be the Democrat candidate, with Julian Castro as her running mate.

Jeb Bush will get the Republican nod, with Marco Rubio as his running mate.

Hillary will win the election.

Not saying this is what I want. It isn't. But it's what is going to happen. She won't get my vote. Neither will Bush. I'll vote as always, for who I believe will do the best job. Even if I know he won't get elected. I don't agree with him on all issues, but do on the ones that matter most to me. (for instance abortion and gay marriage have no impact on my life, so these aren't high on my issue hit list, so if we disagree on it, no big deal).

Praying for a Clinton/Warren ticket....

Both candidates are going to go after the Hispanic vote. After all, it's what got Obama re-elected, and neither party is going to forget that.
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posted on May, 29 2015 @ 01:28 PM
Here's a good idea:

If another criminal gets elected next as president, and if our congress and senate after the next election continues to hornswoggle the American public with backroom deals and pass bills they never read first and so on,

Then lets all agree to exercise our constitutional responsibility to TAKE CARE OF THEM ALL accorded us by the constitution..

What does that mean? It only means we must do what our constitution legally tells us to do. That is all that it means.

If anyone needs more details on this then go read the bill of rights and the constitution, it is all in there, and it says what we should do.

You mean vote them out? "Yeah! that is what I'm talking about"
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posted on May, 29 2015 @ 02:42 PM
Don't vote them in, in the first place. Somehow, the political machine has managed to convince the American people that if they don't vote for one of two candidates, they are "wasting" their vote.

This is utterly ridiculous, and ONLY works if the majority BELIEVE this to be the case.

The reality is though, that a third party candidate that DOES manage to get elected, will still face a tough challenge in Congress which is made up of largely both main parties.

However, that TOO can be changed folks. It just takes time, and the willingness to actually vote for one you really feels represents you. The ones paying for them certainly vote.

Personally, if you don't vote, you have no basis for complaint. After all, you chose not to participate in the process, and let others decide for you. If you give it up, can't be sour about the results.

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