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Cult like? Passionate supporters who want to restore America are not cult like. No revolution would ever take place without people being passionate for the cause. To the point of losing life and limb.
Here is what I'm hearing from you.
I have no hope. I support nothing. I would rather people be full of apathy and ignore the message of Liberty.
Well, my response to you is: Why are you posting in this thread? No one made you click on it. If you want to support the death of our nation or the continuance of its tyranny -
Originally posted by HauntWok
reply to post by EagleTalonZ
Hmm, play along? That sounds like someone who would compromise. Compromise is a good thing. Especially for a Presidential candidate. In another thread, someone who also worships Ron Paul like a god or messiah said to me that Ron Paul never compromises and never tries to work with the other side.
So there's another reason to not vote for Ron Paul, stubbornness and a lack of willingness to work with both parties. See, if Ron Paul is elected President, he would have to work with Democrats as well as his beloved Republicans. He couldn't just leave them out like our President did during the Health Care debate. That doesn't work for America, and that doesn't work with politics.
Originally posted by petrus4
You've got your analogy wrong there, kids. In terms of that film, you're thinking of Harvey Dent.
I'm seriously getting fed up with the Ron Paul cultists. What is even more annoying is when one of you lemmings responds to me or someone else who feels the same way, trying to claim that we are wrong, and then not doing anything other than quoting your own repetitive mind control in order to support that assertion.
Ron Paul will not save you. No politician can. You need to save yourselves.
Associating Batman with Paul is a monumental insult to the character. Batman stands for personal responsibility and individual sovereignty, among other things. Ron Paul, on the other hand, is someone who you want to act as your enabler and surrogate father, because of your desperate craving to avoid having to engage in individual responsibility or initiative, yourselves.