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Originally posted by JakeLeMaster
reply to post by ModernAcademia
Big respecter of Paul, but bin Laden has not been officially connected with 9/11 and he should not have been killed. Judge Napolitano's response is much better to the situation:
Originally posted by no special characters
Obviously not a stupid guy this Ron Paul. Loved the way he averted being pushed into a conspiracy freak corner. Real tact and I hope he can stir up things if ever elected.
Unfortunately he doesn't have the looks or money so I think he won't make it into office.
Originally posted by filosophia
Can someone verify if Ron Paul has seen loose change yet? I think someone really needs to send that into his inbox.
He basically says he is part of the doubters but if he doesn't make up his mind about this the neo-cons will run him through in 2012. If he believes in their lies they have the upper hand. I'm not bashing Ron Paul I'm just giving him some advice.edit on 3-5-2011 by filosophia because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by trekwebmaster
reply to post by dantanna
I am not sure if I subscribe to this version. President Obama didn't look too happy from the look on his face, in the WH situation room.
Originally posted by Tephra
I didn't really appreciate his comment about being "into conspiracies," I found his demeanor on that question very off putting. His reaction in general to her question about him doubting the official story was upsetting to say the least. I thought Ron Paul would have no qualms about saying openly that he doubts such a ridiculous propaganda piece.
Respect level -1.