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Originally posted by cjcsuperman
Ron Paul is too old to be threatened to get the JFK treatment and I highly doubt he can be bought. Every other tool seems to have a price or a weakness (family to live for, etc.)
Originally posted by Drah1168
I agree with Rush and his ilk I suppose. Ron Paul is awsome on most things, but his foreign policy would be suicide for the US. Putting your head in the sand at this time in history would be idiotic and dangerous. Isolationism is not the direction to go.
The difference is, we believe he actually means it. Obama ran on that platform too, and it tricked me into voting for him. We don't want the 3rd coming of Bush, we want REAL hope and change. Don't bother trying to convince us another establishment candidate will be different...this time.
Originally posted by whaaa
reply to post by marg6043
The GOP has been taken over by the religious right funded by big corporations and intent on turning America into a fascist state of the very wealthy vs. the serfs.
The new feudalism is upon us.
edit on 12-8-2011 by whaaa because: Judith call me..
A spokeswoman for Premiere Radio Networks, which syndicates the talk shows, told Crain’s that the company isn’t worried about the report, since Limbaugh and Hannity “continue to be No. 1 and No. 2.”
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
Why doesn't Ron Paul wake up and smell the coffee - and DUMP the republican party and go independent once and for all? The GOP only keep him around 'cause RP stirs up more trouble for the Dems than he does for his own party, but as soon as he defies Karl Rove, Roger Ailers, and the GOP strategists, they'll trash him just as they always do.
Sit back and watch as the Fox-led tea-baggers begin trash talking the guy who was the spiritual founder of the tea party, because that's what the GOP planners dictate for the sake of their corporate-backed mainstream candidate.
Originally posted by jaxnmarko
And this means, that along with the Supreme Court's decision to allow corporations to donate unlimited funds to PACs, that those few concentrated numbers of people have concentrated power to affect elections.