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Must Watch!! Ron Paul 20/20 Banned ABC News Interview With John Stossel!!

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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:29 PM
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Been following him for quite some time.
This man clearly knows what has to be done.

I wish him and every other person involved in auditing the federal reserve the best of luck.

If I was an American I'd definitely vote for him in 2012.




posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:29 PM
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The problem with Ron Paul in the Republican Party is that Christian Conservatives can't stand him because he believes in personal freedom - in which he allows people to do things that some consider immoral.

Huh...that is an excellent point that I hadn't previously considered. We certainly mustn't discount how powerful the Christian Conservative movement is.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:47 PM
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I wish him and every other person involved in auditing the federal reserve the best of luck.

Of course, he is also interested in auditing Fort Knox (where our nation's gold is kept), which apparently hasn't been done in at least ten years. You know, there has been some flak about our gold not being gold anymore. It may have been mixed with tungston, which has the same atomic weight as gold so it feels the same.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 03:57 PM
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The sheeple in America giving him a chance? You mean the rigged
voting machines don't you?


They don't need to rig the machines when We The People fall for their ploys every time.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Man, I was personally afraid of this man for the same reason many liberals are: anti-socialized medicine, anti-immigration, etc. But this interview made me realize the main theme the MSM has been hiding from me. He would leave each state to their own devices! If your state wants socialized medicine, it will get it! If your state wants to smoke crack and sleep with hookers, you can do it!

See... that's reason enough I'd vote for him. I don't agree with his personal policies and wouldn't want to live in a state ran by him but I wouldn't mind him taking the helm of the feds and throwing it in the garbage for me. I think this guy just might get my vote.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Originally posted by backinblack

Some don't like him because he says the Defence Force should only be used for defence..

I tend to agree with him..


I'm afriad i don't, defence is great but when SHTF looking after allied countrys is our main concern.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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I'm really feeling this guy. My concern is; If and when he is elected in the next election, will he really have the power to abolish many of these policies he votes against. Ultimately, is it really up to him?
Great and valuable post. Thanks a million!
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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:31 PM
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Originally posted by sixneuproele
I'm really feeling this guy. My concern is; If and when he is elected in the next election, will he really have the power to abolish many of these policies he votes against. Ultimately, is it really up to him?
Great and valuable post. Thanks a million!
edit on 13-2-2011 by sixneuproele because: typos


It's not up to Ron Paul.

It's up to US the People.

Don't ever forget that. With Liberty comes Self-Responsibility.

We do not expect others to fix our problems. We Fix it Ourselves.

Here is the video of Ron Paul speaking the other day at CPAC. It's wild.




posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:39 PM
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Fantastic post. As I have been saying in a few other threads regarding Ron Paul, you can go back and listen to what he is saying and he is absolutely correct. I love how the interviewer has this dumb founded look his face when they are discussing the drug war. It is like the whole concept of people making their own choices is completely alien to him.

As Ron Paul talks about the failed drug war and personal choice, I feel it is important to drive certain points home so the average person "gets it". There is no crime if someone wants to jab a needle in their eyeball and poison their bodies. That simply does not have an effect on how I live my life and the choices I make. Many like to argue that with drugs comes crime because people steal or rob others to support their habit. Now that may or may not be fact, but we already have laws against robbing someone or stealing. Adding a drug charge does absolutely nothing.

In the world of politics Ron Paul is a breath of fresh air and in a very stuffy, stagnant room.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Great find in videos. I think we as America were mesmerized by Obama being the first black president that we overlooked this man. I want him as my president. He understands that America is the land of the free. But, he knows with freedom comes inherited problems, drugs, prostitution, alcohol, etc... In reality that problem exists already and the amount in jail would be set free. Obviously, if you were strung out and steal, drive drunk, rob a bank, those require being locked up. Not smoking marijuana in your backyard while cooking hot dogs should you go to jail.


It all makes sense, Americas last hope before NWO takes over.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 04:59 PM
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I wished he would have been our choice last year instead of McCain. If he is on the ticket this year he will get my vote.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:07 PM
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I feel like I've been awaken by this fella. I've always heard his name but never really listened to him speak. And to be able to hear all of it from his own mouth instead of the "he said" "she said" business perspective, felt good.

It's good to know a person can defend their political views on demand like he did in his interview. If it was Bush, we'd be met with a bunch of "uh-uh-uh, well let's go get the 'irackies' ".

If this man runs for election in 2012, he'll get my vote. While I still question some of his ideas on healthcare regarding the US citizens (not the immigrants), I still think that if he can improve on other areas of government like eliminating the federal reserve and working towards a strong defensive military instead of a 'world police' standard, healthcare system will fix itself.

He is right, we are spread ultra-thin right now, we've all seen the news reports on the generals requesting backup every few months because we're running out of soldiers and running out of money. I bet those sign-on bonuses for military recruits are getting smaller and smaller.

This man has ideals that I can look forward to, and I appreciate his common sense. Is it a fascade to get into office? It's possible but you won't know unless you take the risk of putting him in. Right now we're at the point where the next presidential election, if we reach it, will stand for the outcome of this country, plain and simple, as bold in writing as it can be.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:07 PM
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As Ron Paul talks about the failed drug war and personal choice, I feel it is important to drive certain points home so the average person "gets it". There is no crime if someone wants to jab a needle in their eyeball and poison their bodies. That simply does not have an effect on how I live my life and the choices I make. Many like to argue that with drugs comes crime because people steal or rob others to support their habit. Now that may or may not be fact, but we already have laws against robbing someone or stealing. Adding a drug charge does absolutely nothing.

Exactly right. We DO already have laws against robbing and stealing so the "crime" of using drugs is a crime with no victim. If the result of drug use is stealing, then that should be punished...but not the drug use itself.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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He is a pretty sharp guy but you can bet that he will not get into office. The people really do not choose the president any more. A puppet is put into power that will follow the agendas of major corporations & wealthy individuals while lying to the people like a navy officer in a another country trying to manipulate a 17 troubled girl whispering sweet nothings making promises and then after he gets his way he's gone and she is left to deal with the consequence or his inactions.

I believe that if by some miracle this guy does get into office he will receive to much opposition from wealthy powerful individuals with special interest.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 05:25 PM
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maybe if ron paul doesnt get elected president a lot of people will be outraged and start protesting around the states to throw out the next president elect. i think its only a matter of time before people get fed up with all the rhetoric campaigners feed to the people just to get elected. from a conspiracy point of view, maybe egypt is being publicized so much and talked about is because they want to see how americans would react..maybe thats why all these fema camps are being setup. but then again that is just from a conspiracy point of view. then also like everyone says about all the past presidents how there puppets. how do we not know that ron paul is merely just a puppet himself. myabe not directly but a tool to use to get people going. just a thought. cheers!



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 06:17 PM
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Ron Paul is not much better than good Ole Obama. Limited government, isolationism, apologize for America and a weak military. I like the idea of limited government but not the rest. Like it or not we are the world police. We need to stick our nose in to insure American interest around the world. I want a strong military that the rest of the world respects. If we have to use that military to insure our way of life then so be it. To quote Dr. Paul Shannon, “People want to live in their split-level homes, eat microwave dinners and watch color TV.” So count me for limited government, strong military, and invasive foreign policy.




posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 06:36 PM
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Sigh.......
What can I say? I am from the Uk, and I recognise a man of deep conviction, intelligence and morality and would LOVE to vote this guy into a place/postion of power and authority.
Unfortunately, here in the UK we seem to have lost our 'Blitz spirit' (can I still say this in our time and epoch?) apart from cerain characters like Nigel Farage of the UK Independance Party, who left wing people automatically assume is a nazi because he opposes the huge unelected ammount of interference the eU has over our country and the citizens of the uk are COMPLETELY AND TOTALLY BLIND/IGNORANT of it (capitals added for emphasis. Please excuse my poor typing skills at such a late stage of events.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 06:51 PM
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If Canada invaded Montana!? hahaha. Why does a simple man interview such an intellect. Good grief.

On the flip side, I like Ron Paul's words, but he is still a politician.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 06:54 PM
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Originally posted by unityemissions

Originally posted by MissSmartypants
I guess you're refering to TPTB's plan to reduce the world population. The Georgia Guidestones quote a figure of a world population of half a million people. But I'm thinking that number would be the people allowed to exist to supply the needs of the thousands of individuals worldwide who are 'members', so to speak, of TPTB.


Actually, it's half a billion people. Nobody has a clue who funded the Georgia Guidestones. It could have just been a wealthy eccentric who has nothing whatsoever to do with population control.

Either nature will wipe a good chunk of us out, or man will do it to his self. This planet's ecosystem's and many of our natural resources are far too out of whack to keep this party going on while keeping our numbers in such abundance.

Part of me really wants a revolution, like yesterday, lol. Another part of me empathizes with the role the ruling class must play to keep civilization afloat. Not to say that their intent is wholly benign, but overall I just think they're imperfect human beings like everyone else. It sucks being so damned torn between idealism and realism, lol.


I would applause this post if I was a moderator.

Here is your citizen's applause!



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 07:21 PM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash

It's not up to Ron Paul.

It's up to US the People.

Don't ever forget that. With Liberty comes Self-Responsibility.

We do not expect others to fix our problems. We Fix it Ourselves.



Then why did you vote in George W Bush, he's a retard.

Thats the thing about the US and there patronism, like all countries yours is a money centric empire that does not support the individual. What have you done to fix anything.

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