Originally posted by 27jd
reply to post by Demoncreeper
The moment anybody is elected, they become a politician. To suggest that just carrying that label automatically makes you dishonest, is really quite a
stretch, isn't it? It makes as much sense as buying a car, and having it lose it's value the moment you drive it off the lot. His voting record is
consistently along constitutional lines. It's weird that so many posters seem to be hammering at this notion, over and over. Do you have anything to
bring to the table to suggest that he's no different than the others? An ever changing voting record in accordance with campaign contributions maybe?
Anything, other than him having been elected to office by the people?
Cars and politicians aren't the same. The car wants nothing from you. The car isn't convincing you to buy it. The car is what it is. The
salesman is the one trying to build the car up, for you. Make it seem more than it is. To continue your comparison, the salesman would be more like
Because of the democracy involved in the electoral process, and the democracy involved in senates, bill passing etc...NO individual can "promise" to
deliver EVERYTHING on their agenda. They know it. Yet try to sell it anyways.
People were so convinced that Obama was the savior of the BUSH legacy. Turned out well. I've heard his polls are terrible.
I am not an American, but a was a student of political science. Major boring $hit if you ask me. Convoluted with greed now. Anyone involved CAN be
labelled as questionable. And should be.
Ron Paul may be a noble man. But he is just a man. Blind faith in him being genuine is ignorant and dangerous.
In reality, I'm just saying, be careful.
In Conspiracy Theory speak, I'll say this: He would not be able to do anything he says anyways. But with his twisted tongue, would continue the
depopulation agenda of The Powers That Be,... As he has all of you blinded by his "genuineness"..