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Ron Paul Says Bailout Plan Will Make Things Worse

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posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 09:50 AM
Ron Paul is the man we need to run our government for the next 4 years. Hear is an article about what he thinks about the bailout plan. Its fairly simple if you look at history and realize that it repeats itself. McCain and Obama and the Democrats and the Republicans can kiss my arse. The united states blue collar worker and middle class are destined to be the slaves of these power hungry elite untill we die. They even sucker our own children to die for there silly wars. We need more people to email their congressman or woman now. It is the time to stand up and say no to more wrong doings. If we don't stand up and tell them we won't go for this crap anymore they will just keep doing it. Help America please!!!!

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 10:24 AM
reply to post by eric52081
I have been writing my congressman & my rep. all morning long i will not put up this cow pie no longer. i have worked hard to get out of debt., and save for my retirement for me and my wife, and my child. i'm not wealthy by no means, but i know how to balance my check book. i wish that these people in gov't to grow the hell up and act right. they need a good spanking since they want to act like a child. heck i say let these companies fall flat on there faces.


posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 10:26 AM
I am not American nor voting for US, however I have to admit that Mcain and Obama are not the right people for the storm to come. Ron Paul is far superior (in skills) to the other 2 candidates, however not as handsome as Obama so I guess we know who is going to win lol

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 10:30 AM
RON PAUL CNN Commentary:

Using trillions of dollars of taxpayer money to purchase illusory short-term security, the government is actually ensuring even greater instability in the financial system in the long term. The solution to the problem is to end government meddling in the market. Government intervention leads to distortions in the market, and government reacts to each distortion by enacting new laws and regulations, which create their own distortions, and so on ad infinitum.

It is time this process is put to an end. But the government cannot just sit back idly and let the bust occur. It must actively roll back stifling laws and regulations that allowed the boom to form in the first place. The government must divorce itself of the albatross of Fannie and Freddie, balance and drastically decrease the size of the federal budget, and reduce onerous regulations on banks and credit unions that lead to structural rigidity in the financial sector. Until the big-government apologists realize the error of their ways, and until vocal free-market advocates act in a manner which buttresses their rhetoric, I am afraid we are headed for a rough ride.

Also this video Ron Paul Teaching Wolf Blitzer Economics...

[edit on 23-9-2008 by Gateway]

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 10:37 AM
reply to post by crawgator406

I would like to personally thank you for doing your part as a fellow American. If others would do as you do the United States would be in a much better shape. Thank You Sir

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 12:11 PM
Ron Paul is actually backing Bob Barr. He is Libertarian minded, and ex-CIA if I remember right.

Something about Bob Barr just doesn't excite me like Ron Paul does.

Shame for that, I have no idea what will happen with many still wanting to vote for Ron Paul, yet Ron Paul pushing for votes for Barr. I wish ... Hope.. Maybe, somehow.. People will wake up with all of the bad stuff, and realize that the current direction is a fraud.

I bet if Barr had Paul as his running-mate, he would get more attention. The guy just seems so boring to me... Something not right with him, imo..

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 12:14 PM
reply to post by LostNemesis

That's wrong. He's officially endorsed Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party. Ron Paul isn't too pleased with Bob Barr.

A Libertarian (Barr) that votes for the Patriot Act?

...I'll pass and obviously Ron Paul has to.

"Real recognizes real." as they say in hip hop..

EDIT: WTF is wrong with me the past few days? I'm all over the place.

[edit on 23-9-2008 by DeadFlagBlues]

posted on Sep, 23 2008 @ 01:44 PM
As sad as it is, the LHC is more likely to produce skittles than the chance that Ron Paul may one day be in charge.

the sole reason ron paul will never be in the white is the plain and simple fact that he can not be bought. ron paul has no price tag over his head. just a stamp with the constitution on it.

No way in hades will the lobbyists allow him to live in the white house.

too bad because he is one of the few people that gives a hoot about Americans.

posted on Oct, 4 2008 @ 10:55 PM
reply to post by LostNemesis

Strangely I also feel something is just off with Ron Paul. It's just gut feeling, don't know exactly what's wrong with the man, but something isn't right.

Anyway, here's what Mr Paul think about the bailout and the US dollar.

Ron Paul: Bailout Will Destroy Dollar, World Economy

“Long term this is disastrous,” continued the Congressman, “we’ve already pumped in $700 billion dollars, here’s another $700 billion dollars - this is going to destroy the dollar - that’s what you should be concerned about - if you destroy the dollar you’re going to destroy a worldwide economy and that’s what we’re on the verge of doing.” Paul said that the long term implications of the bailout would be a lot more serious than the problems currently being experienced by Wall Street.

I feel really sorry for america right now, but hey it's not like america is a poor country like african countries, so what.

posted on Oct, 7 2008 @ 04:21 PM
Geez, he really did have a chance to win this election and he threw it away. Never before have people been so pissed off with 2-party politics. So as far as I'm concerned, Ron Paul can shut the hell up with his popular political opinions unless he actually plans to run for office.

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