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posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 07:42 PM
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Ron Paul is either the man to lead America into a new golden age, or take it down the steps of tyranny.
He would be the perfect one to enact the overt tyranny that so many have talked about on this site.
edit on 4-10-2010 by hippomchippo because: errors




posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 07:48 PM
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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.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 10:49 PM
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S and effin F for you, my friend. this man is our last hope, and i have felt this way for quite a while.

we can only hope that he wants to run and gets a real fair shot in 2012, unlike that ridiculous dog and pony show of the the republican primaries in 08. the media makes things so difficult.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 10:50 PM
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no way dude ron paul is an honest man.

second line.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:07 PM
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Not much to say other than..

Ron Paul 2012!



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:21 PM
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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


His first blink is at the fifty secondth second or 0:52 .

Try listening to his speech rather than grasping at the foolish straws that you do indeed seem to be reaching for.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:24 PM
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The only Conservative with any common sense.

The only Conservative I'd ever consider voting for as well.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:32 PM
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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.


I'm with Impressme on this one.

I agree with what Ron is saying, and with how he is saying it, but
I still feel that he is for Wall Street and would love to get that
"full audit of the Fed" while letting the real fat cats off.
Now I understand that the Fed should have some
looking at, but I want to know why he is
excluding Wall Street from this audit.


David Grouchy



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:55 PM
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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.


I traveled through Europe and SE Asia; Turkey, when GWBJ was still in charge.They know the politicians are corrupt and, "F'D;", but wonder why we as Americans still vote on them. It is sad, and will remain so, as we have such a diverse account of people living in our 50 states of a union, that when 20 thousand, 20 million know it's BS, they preach the word of, "Jesus," and he must be an honest good man, we lose. There is a social, intellectual divide in America, that is not found throughout the free world. It's what makes us great, and also what will destroy us. Blind leading the blind. Add in TPTB influence, and honest statesman, are ridiculed for being socialist, when in fact they're libertarians trying to restore balance to our Great states. I live in CA, and the only hope I see, besides an election that won't happen is the states, taking back there rightful power and succeeding from the, "Union!" I hope South, Texas takes those steps, so CA won't be so far behind.



posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 11:58 PM
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does anyone else think that casting a vote for president is 100% meaningless? and i dont mean meaningless like 'what can one person do with one vote', i mean meaningless like 'the entire voting process is completely fake' meaningless? mr paul has some fine ideas, but imo its pretty unrealistic to think that the real power holders (not talking about politicians at any level here, think $$$) are gonna allow any of that power to be challenged by a few check marks on a touch screen? the 'vote' is a pacification technique. like a 'complaint box'. it makes folks think they can make a difference so theres some kind of harmless outlet for all the outrage that comes from being enslaved. i just have a hard time believing that anything can be fixed using the current political mechanisms. its not like theres one little lynchpin that brings the whole corrupt system down. i gotta assume its locked up and fortified way better than that, no?



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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I agree with Ron Paul that anarchy and chaos will be very likely possibilities if the system finally collpases, and I think it very likely will.

Of course, he and his followers care about saving capitalism while I could not care less about it. I think capitalism has become the problem in this country not the solution and too much wealth is now concentrated in the hands of an aristocracy.

Once it all comes down, then we may get fascism or communism rising up out of the wreckage--or some type of democratic socialism or social democracy, which is what I would really prefer. In any case, I don't want to save the present system at all. Just let it die, then the people will have no choice but to start a revolution because they will have absolutely nothing left. They're already close to that anyway.



edit on 5-10-2010 by witness63 because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:38 AM
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the only man that deserves your vote.
seriously
if i lived in america oooh



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:45 AM
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Very good thread and I did like Ron Paul, once upon a time,

however

I found that no matter where I went on the Web

many sites are claiming Ron Paul is indeed a Mason.

Can we have that clarified please?


s&f



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:55 AM
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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.



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:56 AM
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Actions speak louder than words they always have who cares if he is a mason a landscape gardener. If je can do the job to your satisfaction that should be the only thing that matters.



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 12:59 AM
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Agreed, it's too late for any big political changes like this, Ron Paul put what needs to happen very eloquently but that won't buy him a single scrap of political influence, only disdain. The only people who can change these policies and agendas are money-grubbing criminals who are willing to play ball and help propagate this government agenda of obvious self-interest. It matters not to them how many Americans are slain in the streets in bloody uprisings or conflicts, they know our disorganization and ignorance to the facts will spell our doom before the fighting ever starts.

Your best bet? Take your family and get the hell outta dodge as soon as you see wall street investors jumping out of 14th floor windows and the rich and powerful suddenly start vanishing with all of their expensive crap. In fact, the sooner you leave, the better.



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 01:23 AM
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only we the people are the last hope for this country. no single mans ideology has the power to overcome the obstacles that have been mounded over our heads like a tunnel collapse 8 miles underground, with no way to dig ourselves out from the inside. no one is coming to our rescue, not even our own lawmakers that we the people put into these coveted positions.

there is no voting system that can reform the damages that have been done to this country, and surely not the constitution of our freedom.

the only way to get it back is to take it back, and search every square inch with a fine tooth comb for the masterminds of our destruction and crush them. every last one of them.

but unfortunately no one has the energy other than writing, and mouth running, because they might not get their income tax check or their social security check or their medicaid, or their subsidies, or their section 8 or their ETC, ETC, ETC, ETC

EXCUSES

300,000,000+ AMERICANS, ARE THE PEOPLE

NOW ACT LIKE IT



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 01:28 AM
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Originally posted by SeventhSeal
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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.


Thank you but I am not looking for opinions, I am looking for facts

in other words, proof!



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 01:31 AM
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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


Just so you know if you were contacts you don't blink much and I'm sure that's a possibility that he is wearing them... I wear contacts and even with a fan blowing directly in my face (literally just did it to prove it to myself) I don't blink


On topic... I really hope we can settle things before they get out of hand but we all know that things are already out of hand and to be truthful things will fall before they get built up... it's just how this story is going to be told in later years.



posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 01:51 AM
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Originally posted by ModernAcademia
Are we really going to ruin the quality of this message by talking about how often he blinked?
Seriously?


It is kinda hard to blink when you're reading
a teleprompter as fast as he was.

Yes the message was real
and is spot on.

I have no clue as to why this
man will not get elected Prez
next time around. He could
beat out Obama if his hands were
tied around his ankles.

I equate this speech with Eisenhower's
Military Industrial Complex warning
speech. Rank it a 10.





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