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Originally posted by GBP/JPY
how does a person not blink?
this means something....
able to go 2 minutes without blinking from what i saw
Originally posted by impressme
I have to believe Ron Paul is deluding us all.
How does Paul expect us to introduce a better idea to a corrupt congress in the first place? Congress will certainly reject anything that will compromise their greed. It will not work, it will take blood on our streets to clean house, because that’s the only thing they understand.
Originally posted by MrWendal
reply to post by ModernAcademia
To answer the OP's question in one word. No.
No I can not imagine a person of this type of character becoming President of the USA, because in this country we do not elect people based on character. We do not elect people based on voting records. We elect people who tell us whatever we want to hear. It does not matter if their history says they are full of crap... as long as they tell us what we want to hear we will elect them. Politicians make a living lying to the people, and we never learn. Every time they lie and it is something we want to hear, we lap it up like a thirsty dog at the water dish.
The masses here in the US will never learn. I have many friends who are not from the US and they always make jokes about "Lazy Americans" and I'm sorry to say they are correct. Americans are lazy. They are certainly too lazy to research a candidates voting record and find out for themselves what the candidate is all about. Instead they are content to listen to FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, the Washington Post and the New York Times tell us what a candidate is all about... not realizing that the MSM outlets are simply reading from a script and spoon feeding us an agenda.
Should a man like Ron Paul be President? I think so. I think he is just what this country really needs, but sadly we have too many Lazy Americans that it will never happen. As much as I hate to admit it... I think it is too late.
Originally posted by SeventhSeal
reply to post by KIZZZY
Many are accused of being Masons because of handshakes or other gestures. I say no, Ron Paul is not one. If you're looking for something, you'll find it, even if it's not there.
Originally posted by Zoodie
I agree with this 100%.
On a side note- This guy does not blink! I don't know why I noticed that he only blinked maybe two times the entire monologue. I suppose he was reading but it will still slightly weird to me for some reason...even when reading people still usually blink about 3-5 times per minute. Blinking
Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Are we really going to ruin the quality of this message by talking about how often he blinked?