posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 09:19 AM
Originally posted by JRCrowley
Ron Paul is an exceptional leader. You Americans are lucky to have him. Do the right thing and vote for him. Wait a second... I'm talking to the
same country of people who voted for George W. Bush... TWICE. Good luck, guys. You're in my prayers.
sad but true.
he can't pop our comfy little ignorant belief systems
we can't let him make us aware that things may not stay as rosy as we believe
that would mean we would have to ......change
but to play devils advocate this corrupt system has been in place for a long time, their are a lot of complex relationships that have been developed
and sustained which ordinary american's benefit from (opec dollar pegs, and contracts in oil) , the fed reserve system is as fraudulent and
manipulated as they come (just by judging them on the fact they have been kicked out of this country twice since we declared our "independenc") but
apparently our debt can accumulate SKY HIGH and we just have to make sure we can pay the intrest on it (which may prove challenging soon:wow
taxes sure they go toward paying the intrest toward the national debt that goes to the bankers but hey
half the world lives on 2$ a day or less, and america with all these corruptions seems to be ahead of the majority
That leaves me with the question, is there a great threat to the sustainability of the american standard of living in this current system (where the
u.s are consumer's (indebted consumers)) and the other country's produce stuff as cheap as possible ( give me some latitude in trying to simplify
and see a complex issue from an american angle). Because if their is not an imminent unbeatable threat, that ron paul's sound ideas and moral's may
throw america into a seizure of shock therapy, and have collateral disorder.
If there is an imminent threat to the standard of living of americans, then Dr. Paul is probably what we very much need at this time and that is
assuming that he is the first president that not only lives up to his campaign promises but has the *leverage* to implement them