May 25th: Nail in the Floor speech by Ron Paul

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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:00 PM
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Originally posted by groingrinder
[color=#FF0000]Awesome Speech!!
Beware of Democrats and Republicans!! They are all PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS. Millionaires and lawyers looking out for themselves and their kin while screwing the average American. Americans can never be free until they rid themselves of CRIMINAL GANGSTERS who have to band together in bands called parties which are no better than MS13, The Latin Kings, or any other number of illegal criminal enterprises that prey on the weak and unwary.

[color=#FFFFFF]Americans need to elect CITIZEN STATESMEN who are not beholding to criminal gangsters who give them backing and financing.

CITIZEN STATESMEN who are not PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS and who love America more than they love power and money.

CITIZEN STATESMEN who will represent us instead of Lobbyists for corporations who ply them with under the table cash and benefits.
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CITIZEN STATESMEN who will represent us instead of RULING OVER US.
Democrats and Republicans are two sides of the same coin. It is a dirty, soiled currency backed by graft and greed that will no longer purchase honest representation for the American voter and taxpayer.

The true patriot is not the man who defends a corrupt government. The true patriot is the man who defends the Constitution from that corrupt government.


Actually, these business leaders, politicians and so forth that are derided on a continual basis make up American society. What are we supposed to do? Go down to the inner city street, wash off the smell of booz of some homeless guy and elect him to office because he hasn't made it yet? In fact, I think that is what we did with Obama and it hasn't worked out yet.




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:03 PM
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Crazy accusations you say?

1998 warned that Clinton's bombing would cause a terrorist attack.
2002 warned about war in Iraq and increase in size and scope of government along with QE1 and 2 from the Federal Reserve
2003 warned that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would cause a housing bubble.




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:15 PM
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Never trust a guy with two first names.


Second



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:41 PM
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I thought it was, "Never trust a guy in a tunic."


second

Khar



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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GO PAUL, YOU CAN DOOOOOOOO IIIIITTTTT




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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I think a lot of people on here would prefer it to be the wild west, actually. They want to be Jeremiah Johnson, you know.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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Also in that video when he was giving his speech to congress in 2002, he mentioned China and Russia land grabbing for resources, which is exactly whats happening these days.

Either this guy Ron Paul is a fortune teller, or simply the best politician I've seen in a while.
edit on 26-5-2011 by BiGGz because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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I've always supported Ron Paul, but there are too many sheep out there that will simply vote for the corporate machine by placing the check mark next to the (D) or (R) on the ticket. The American voter is to blame. They are too ideologically hateful, and will NEVER cross party lines, or vote 3rd party, because they are too afraid "the other guy" will get in. It's hate on both sides that has given us what we have today.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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And so our unitary presidency secedes to a kaiser or better yet Czar, and the few that have done their duty in office such as Ron Paul, have nothing but last words of wisdom to the ignorant masses who thought freedom came with-out bloodshed and came with-out a price. So hello one world authoratarian dictatorship from now on in the U.S. as the masses cowl and resent anyone that shall hold the constitution firm in their grasp, as white is now black, down is now up, and liberty is now a thing of the past


The Great American Experiment can now officially be labeled as dead




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:36 PM
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Ron Paul says it how it is,he tells you whats wrong,and gives the solutions we all know is right,he saw all the things that are wrong with today years and years ago,and still people doubt this guy.

you people deserve what you get,you people dont deserve this guy.

go back to your lives and keep complaining,thats all you guys are going to do anyways



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:52 PM
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I'm from Brazil and I wish Ron Paul would get elected, so that America can stop policing the world and start worrying about their own citizens.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:56 PM
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Originally posted by navy_vet_stg3
I've always supported Ron Paul, but there are too many sheep out there that will simply vote for the corporate machine by placing the check mark next to the (D) or (R) on the ticket. The American voter is to blame. They are too ideologically hateful, and will NEVER cross party lines, or vote 3rd party, because they are too afraid "the other guy" will get in. It's hate on both sides that has given us what we have today.

Although I agree with you for the most part, I think RP has the biggest chance of swaying liberals over to the "dark side". I consider myself liberal, for the most part, but he makes too much sense, and Obama is doing a horrendous job. Hemp should be legal, and being an adult, I shouldn't have to look over my shoulder every two seconds or worry about someone in the government spying on what kind of porn I watch.

I guess the question is, will liberals choose trying to save their country, over the benefits they've been receiving from Obamacare & many other government social programs? Will they put aside things like RP's stance on abortion for an attempt to end the wars & our horrible foreign policy?



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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Ron Paul is THE ONLY choice for president.

He will have his largest turnout to date at this election...will it be enough?

I hope so....Sadly if he is elected (by the grace of the malfunctioning control
devices on the Deibold voting machines) Vegas will probably place low odds
on whether he makes it four years.

TPTB have shown their colors concerning Ron Paul already. They DO NOT
want him as leader. They have ridiculed and maligned him in the past
and you can expect the MSM to either attempt to marginalize or
ridicule him again this election...

I for one hope Americans aren't so naive this time around, but alas hope at
this point is a shallow well and the water is sour.

GO RON PAUL!!!!!!!!



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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Ron Paul's only real problem is that he simply is not an Alpha Male. He has never been respected by his fellow politicians and has never gotten anything accomplished, as sincere and as sensible as his attempts have been over the years. I don't believe he would do any better as President, because he would still have the same non-cooperation from Congress.

Unfortunately, the American voters and the members of Congress love their "real men" candidates. Ron Paul is just too smart, sensitive and truthful. And there are also too many politicians caught up in the corruption going on in Washington. They are NEVER going to vote for anything or anyone who takes something away from them personally.

But I wish him luck. He's got my vote.

VA



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint

but really, do you honestly think
TPTB will EVER allow him to be
commander and chief ????

not a chance in hell


A year ago, I would have completely agreed with you.. However, now I'm starting to think that TPTB might allow it to go a step further. In fact, I'm starting to wonder if it could be some sort of 'backup strategy' to let him in. You see, this 'freedom movement' is getting bigger by the day, and we know without a doubt that the elite are looking for possible ways to smother it.

I say they might just let him in, only to violently sabotage his presidency, and thus the entire freedom movement's views and ideals. Cause an economic crash, create more false flag terrorist attacks, and blame it all on Paul's libertarian policies. In effect, trying to convince everybody that these ideals are outdated and essentially just 'don't work' in this modern age we're living in.

I'd say that's more likely to happen than even him getting assassinated. If Paul dies, the movement would live on, possibly even be fueled by an assassination. But if Paul is allowed to see his policies through, only to have them fail miserably (by way of the true powers, not in actuality), it's probably their best bet at putting a rest to the freedom movement.

Then again.. that seems like an awful lot of work, and I'm sure they'd rather just get another puppet in their to continue their agenda. I'm just saying I wouldn't put it past them to concoct such a strategy.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 03:15 PM
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Originally posted by jessejamesxx

Although I agree with you for the most part, I think RP has the biggest chance of swaying liberals over to the "dark side". I consider myself liberal, for the most part, but he makes too much sense, and Obama is doing a horrendous job. Hemp should be legal, and being an adult, I shouldn't have to look over my shoulder every two seconds or worry about someone in the government spying on what kind of porn I watch.

I guess the question is, will liberals choose trying to save their country, over the benefits they've been receiving from Obamacare & many other government social programs? Will they put aside things like RP's stance on abortion for an attempt to end the wars & our horrible foreign policy?


You're a very small minority inside your party. To answer your last 2 questions... "No" and "No". They won't. Obama will promise more "free" stuff, the liberals will get all excited, the illegal aliens will get really happy, and Obama will be voted in. If Democrats cared about the U.S., they would change parties, vote in the Republican primary for Ron Paul, and then vote for him in the general election. But, that won't happen. It's easier to be a zombie.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 04:06 PM
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Ron paul should be running the US
he knows whats happening and going to happen



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 04:09 PM
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My personal politics are very much aligned with Ron Paul, however, like many others have pointed out in this thread, TPTB would NEVER allow him to become POTUS.

Frustrating as it is, it's probably so darn true.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 04:16 PM
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Originally posted by boondock-saint

Originally posted by Mnemicrsl
I for one will be voting for this well spoken, very knowledgable candidate. The people will once again be able to walk down the streets worried more about the murderer, or child moletsor than the cops with a chip on their shoulders. You go sir, you go.


i wish or mean no harm to Mr. Paul

but really, do you honestly think
TPTB will EVER allow him to be
commander and chief ????

not a chance in hell

but he does give nice rhetoric to bring
out all the true Patriots so TPTB can add
their names to the red list at DHS.

wake up, he's only a dream.

A nihilistic attitude is one of the least useful additions to this conversation. What I see when you say that, is that there's no reason to adhere to the process because it doesn't matter what you do.

Why comment if you've already given up. Granted, if there is a massive government conspiracy that is trying to prevent widespread reform, then yes, he might have a hard time getting in. More likely though, he'll get in and much like Obama, realize that it's a MUCH bigger job than it looks and requires cooperation between the different branches.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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i started off loving ron paul

now i dont fully trust him


you always hear, if something seems to good to be true, it probably is

well that applies here

on top of that, some of the things he mentions, maybe if done slowly and methodically, would save the country, but if done how he sometimes talks about, would just instantaneously destroy the country

on top of all that, maybes its just me, but he almost seems a bit redundant lately to the point hes becoming "preachy"


people call him a great speaker, well, from this new video, i dont agree

his words were there, but speaking them was a bit off, too rushed

that kind of sums up his whole situations, RUSHED


from my experience, when things get so bad that it almost cant get any worse, well it can get worse, and usually it does the minute you rush into the situation in a panic to fix it


what we need is some form of control, and i dont mean control over people, but i mean over the situation


someone needs to take the reigns of this country and slow it down, scale it back and get down to the fundamentals without rushing anything but while actually beginning to turn the wheels of change and set in motion the things that need to be done to save our country





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