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I have a few words about Mr. Paul

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posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 03:07 AM
reply to post by turbokid

I would say the 230k was a typo....Reguardless making 6 million bucks in donations is pretty impressive if ya ask me.....I dont see any of the lame ducks doing that.....

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 03:18 AM

Originally posted by Sentinel 1
reply to post by turbokid

I would say the 230k was a typo....

I doubt it was a typo. I have caught lots of Ron Paul supporters on forums trying to inflate numbers and exaggerate information relating to Paul's campaign. Yes, there is a revolution going on, but people still need to tell it like it is...

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 03:26 AM
reply to post by SEEWHATUDO

Ron Paul will be on Glenn Beck's TV program on CNN headline news Tuesday (Dec. 18th) for one hour. Check your local listings. Spread the word. Lets see how how ignoramus Glenn Beck treats him and whether Glenn dominates all the time.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 03:55 AM
Southernbelle, Ron Paul is like the Incredible Hulk. You can throw your petty, pathetic jabs at him but he only gets bigger, stronger, and more pissed off. RON PAUL SMAAAAASH!!!!!

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 03:56 AM
troll alert

somebody i'll let you guess who has been on this thread for hours bating us.

give it up already-

poor me, poor me, i'm a woman blah blah

yeah we're passionate and it's time we fight for what we believe in.

i just pity you, u can't see the light---you seem blinded by you own frustration--

ron paul gives me hope and somewhat relieves my frustration

ron paul's the man, a southern gent

[edit on 18-12-2007 by shortywarn]

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 04:04 AM

Stop stirring the pot guys, please..

All is calm, all is bright..

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 04:07 AM
since we'rer throwing numbers out---

remember guiliani, excuse me typo--ghouliani was battling his wife in court because she wanted 18,000 a month in dog support for the dog.

yeah she claimed she need 18 grand a month for the dog.

so i'm sure booobie ghouliani can identify with the plight of us hard working, over taxed, almost starving americans right????

i have my whole family voting paul---including transplant in tennesse---take that southern belle hahaha

we could easily bate you with some southern red neck jokes-- but we stick to facts--something you haven't provided much of
just opinions--and you know what they say about opinions right???

ron paul is SUPERMAN, AQUAMAN, and ROBINHOOD all in one

remember captain caveman????

sorry mods----i'm done---no more from me

[edit on 18-12-2007 by shortywarn]

[edit on 18-12-2007 by shortywarn]

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 04:18 AM
reply to post by aravoth

aravoth-nice post couldn't agree more---thanx for your service----i am grateful for your service

i don't agree with this war on terrorism but--- i support every troop out there risking life and limb for us at home. thats a bigger sacrifice fighting in a war you don't believe when consequences are legs, arms or death than if u believe in what your there for.

thanx troops

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 04:46 AM
Oh for goodness sakes...leave poor SouthernBelle82 alone!!!
Can't you see she's ill?
Can't you see that she's simply eating this up?

Every response flames her joy and ego.

Only one with an insane mind attempts to reason with another insane mind!!!

Leave her alone!!!

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 06:14 AM
What's sad is RP is more than likely not going to even get the rom. I will vote for him in the primaries even if deep down I feel like I'm only going through motions. The fact that he isn't more popular is sad. There are more dumb people in America that could care less because they live in a consumer matrix than there are people who know what's going down and even less people who care AND have a ton of money to beat the neo-cons.

I hope this election if RP isn't our President, a true honest, founding father figure, then that is the reset button that needs to be hit. That will be our revolution. If people still don't care I hope then the neo-cons win and start going over the line even more. How many of our freedoms and rights will people let them take? Go ahead, take them all, erase the middle class. Sooner or later the people will push back. Every election we have to choose between a douche and a turd, not this election. This election we can choose between a bunch of turds and a Founding Father reincarnated. How are some even questioning this. He is the only one who voted against the Patriot Act and against the War and ALWAYS to lower taxes, these are facts. How is this a choice? He is well aware of the CFR and NAU.

People will look back at us on this election. This is our chance to take a step in the right direction.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 06:26 AM
Erm.... I've got a little question, everyone.
Things start looking like #, people start to lose hope for the republic still existing in 2008. Then suddenly, this man comes along! His fans all fawn over how he's the underdog (okay, they don't ALL do that, but a few do) and how he's for the constitution. Alright. To me, this seems fishy. Maybe I look into things too far, but what if all the plain-to-see conspiracies are a coverup for the bigger picture? Example, they planned to put some terrible president in charge, make people sick of the administration, so they'd all vote for the guy who's totally for the constitution. Then, after he's voted in (after the media purposely ignoring him), he stabs us all in the back and goes dictator on us. I mean, if it weren't for this sneaking suspicion that Dr. Paul was there to further THEIR plans (and if I was older), I'd definitely vote for him.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 07:07 AM
reply to post by lapi7

Southernbelle is just passionate in her beliefs and shows it. Nothing wrong with that. She's not ill or insane, she believes what she believes and there's no channging her mind.
As for me I'm still debating who to support. I tired of both parties ( Democrat & Republican ) they seem the same to me anymore. I'm not a supporter of RoN Paul yet but I like his ideas. I'm just wondering if he'll stick to his guns? I was watching Fred Thompson but he just went sour. I definetly won't vote for any Democrat " pardon my language.

I really like the fair tax ( HR25 ) but no one wants to adopt it. I know it hurts the politicians and gives power back to us. So keep talking and I'll keep listening to this thread and others and hopefully I can figure out who to support.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 07:10 AM
SouthernBelle82 is possibly one of the most mentally incapable of even thinking people I know.

The Constitution says nothing about being White, Black, Hispanic, Male, Female, etc.

The 13th and 14th amendment also protect minority cultures against such "Civil Rights Act Removal" which is going to make such a big deal about minority races. The 13th and 14th Amendment are not reversible. If Ron Paul wants to go back to the original Constitution, he has to keep the Amendments because they were decided by all 50 states.

Read the Constitution and Amendments, come back when you have some knowledgeable information that isn't clear idiocy.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 07:20 AM
reply to post by Tom_Proctor

Did a say a thing about the Constitution
I've read the constitution and know everything in it. I was talking about Southerenbelle's passion not her IQ.

[edit on 12/18/2007 by Solarskye]

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 07:34 AM
I live in Tulsa, OK.

There is graffiti spray painted on walls in support of Ron Paul. Never in my life have I bore witness to an act of vandalism to support a candidate

There are also bumper stickers and little fliers posted everywhere, I have not seen anything relating to any other candidates.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 08:19 AM
Ron Paul is obviously going nowhere because his platform is absurd.
What I find totally amusing is his popularity is consistenly in the low single digits. But most of his supporters attribute this to rigging by the MSN and claim the entire voting process is rigged. Yet they send in all this money to support the whole process.

Who are the sheeple ?

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 08:38 AM
I've read about 9 pages thus far. Man, you guys are good. Hats off to CaptainPlanet and Aravoth. Great stuff and I feel educated after reading your posts!!!

I could come up with several conclusions about our visitor from the south, but I shall refrain from making public comments on this.

Let me just say that while I vehemetly disagree with all of her positions, I wholeheartedly encourage the dialogue, although a seperate thread might be in order. Even though this thread was started from a loyalist's point of view regarding MSM censorship, it is proving to be a excellent primer in making the case on why Ron Paul should be the next President and why socialism is so very, very wrong. For every opinion that she espouses and presents as fact or reality in her mind, knowledgeable forum members refure this with ACTUAL facts and truth that back up Ron Paul's beliefs. And you'll find no trace of flip-flopping in his positions.

Go Ron Paul!!!!

I just read some more. I'll tell you one thing this thread has done for me is made me feel PROUD to be a supporter of Ron Paul. In fact, this thread has got me jazzed. SB is the embodiment of the establishment's way of thinking. She symbolizes all that Ron Paul is against. What better way to make the case for Ron Paul than to meet this challenge head on and refute every misconcpetion, lie, half-truth and distortion that the establishment tries to present against the good doctor.

I agree that a seperate thread should be established to discuss this.

[edit on 18-12-2007 by Freenrgy2]

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 09:00 AM
I think it's going to be a very different scenerio than in 2004 if the electorals don't agree with the popular votes. After all ... it's the revolution. I think you'll see a large uprising. I'll take off work to go tell Washington where to go if for some reason they decide to ignore my vote. America has had enough. People spoke out last Sunday - the best way Americans have been taught ... with their pocketbooks.

$6million. That's a lot of average Joe.

Ron Paul's support dwarfs ALL other candidates. The only one to come close to rivaling Ron Paul's massive support would be Clinton.

I guess the Republican party keeps calling the same 6 people to vote in their "polls".

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 09:28 AM
Im am 100% behind Ron Paul, and i have to totally agree with the original post about how they trying to put a lid on him. But think about this, even if Ron Paul does somehow get the nomination and become one of the main candidates, what makes you think they wont take him out, as in an assassination attempt? Actually i believe there is a thread on that very subject already!

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 09:28 AM
Some of my favorite pastimes are watching folks like Southernbelle try and persuade you to think Ron Paul is anything but honest and a true citizen statesman.

But thats why supporting Ron is so much fun and is so easy, as one can so easily refute each and every slanderous attack against Dr. Paul with truth and facts.

Sure their next tactic is if you cant slander the candidate go after his supporters. This in itself is tragically flawed as it only shows the true nature of the slanderer. Once cant use this tactic as it is NOT the theory of being judged by the company you keep as supporters cant be turned away....your stuck with them.

Just to prove to yourself that Ron is the number 1 candidate all you have to do is look at the meet up group maps...the bes next to Ron is Obama I think with several thousand supporters. Obamas map looks have quite a few of the red dots.

But look at Ron Paul's after you look at the other candidates and you cant even see the map of the united states as it is one giant blob of red

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