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posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 10:20 PM
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I'm extremely disappointed (but not one bit surprised) that the so-called "Tea Party" audience would not only boo Ron Paul on his views of American Imperialism, but that people in the audience would actually scream out "Yeah!" to the question of letting someone die who is uninsured.

To me, this looks like someone (not gonna name names, but *cough*CNN*cough*) intentionally placed some provocateurs into the audience to give the media some ammunition against the whole Tea Party. I could be wrong, but knowing the media's propensity for skewing public opinion, I wouldn't put it past them one bit. And look at what the most talked about points from the debate are all across the internet and MSM...I can see the headlines now "Tea Party wants to let the uninsured die"




posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 10:28 PM
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Yeah, Those Boo-ers were definitely planted, you can hear them start to boo in almost perfect harmony at the exact same time... it was staged, and they had an amplifier, most likely.

They pulled this stunt on Ron Paul about 3 weeks ago, too.



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 10:38 PM
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The first boo seemed to come in order to overcome and silence the applause. The second came after he mentioned Palestine. I personally believe we will see the attack as such.
After Glenn Becks Stand With courage, aka Israel, "Kick", attended and supported by mainly tea party followers, Glenn has associated defending Israel with defending Yah, and taken the verse," I will bless those who bless you, and curse those who curse you." to mean blessing Israel means fighting (literally) for them. So Paul will be attacked by people saying " Paul said" he supports Palestine, probably also 67 borders, and, his faith will come under attack because of it from the right. That's my prediction.
The religious part is easy to overcome because Yah talks way more about debt than foreigners defending Israel in the Bible. If he can articulate the fact that we enshrine ourselves in more debt to fight Israels wars making ourselves more of a slave to the debtor, which is unbiblical, and if he can point out that by giving them fiat money and helping them on loan is bad for us both and actually hurting them he destroys the religious aspect.

If it were I, I would say something like:

"How are we blessing Israel if we bless them by enslaving them to devalued money and inflation risks, as well as hurting our own capabilities militarily in the process, that seems more like cursing them, and thats why I will stop medeling in their affairs because I dont want the other end of that stick from God." Or at least I would tell the religious something like that......



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 10:54 PM
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Wouldn't surprise me if the people booing were paid to do that. Paid to counter any show of support from the audience for Ron Paul.



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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who was that little kid who called out ron?

ron should have caned that little kid. that kid could be his grandson for crying out loud. show some respect kid.

lest we sic the internet-dogs on ya website.



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 11:59 PM
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I have been learning a little about the "neocon" movement. Just enough to get into trouble talking about them. There is something pretty deep going on there. I see mentions of Zionism connected with the movement. And I see this "Santorum" guy (is that a wild name, or what? In Latin it means "saints.") talking about "American excellence." What the heck is going on here?

I think we are seeing the effects of the real chaos merchants in the background whispering different stories in different people's ears. Everyone gets a story that feeds best into their own prejudices. Then they go out and argue with each other about it like the stories they are being told are the solid truth and the other guy is just so wrong.

We would prefer to believe that these candidates know this is happening. But I don't think any of these guys do. What if all these guys think that the OTHERS are being misled by the enemy, when they are really ALL being mislead by the enemy?

NEOCONS: This group has been convinced for a long time that the United States is being threatened by an external enemy that is perfectly willing to do anything necessary, overt or covert, to take us down. They have targeted almost every ethnic group, in turn, as a potential threat and made life hell for the targeted groups whenever they got a chance. They believe in an aggressive, overt approach to this threat, but have a little trouble actually defining it. So they are suckered into supporting red flag operations that will justify their use of armed aggression. Their weakness is that armed force is not very effective or workable against a covert attack designed to infiltrate and undermine your country. Their strength is that such an attack does in fact exist, so they can make speeches that sound good.

OLD-LINE CONSERVATIVES: These can garner considerable public support because they can talk about the values of the founding fathers with sincerity and integrity. Unfortunately, the current power structure tends to ignore them or make fun of them for this same reason. They try to tell the truth, as they know it, about things, and the media just laughs at them. Their weakness is that they have been pushed off the "insider" information lines and can be easily tripped up by the spin doctors. Their strength is that most of them are still pretty sane. Some of them try to talk about the same attacks on American values that the Neocons talk about. But they have a hard time getting hard data about it and getting the word out, because the media are totally uncooperative.

OLD-LINE LIBERALS: Though not represented in the republican party, they are still numerous in the political field and probably get more attention from the chaos merchants than the old-line conservatives because they are easier to seduce. They try to live decent lives and promote decent public policy, but they have trouble with this. Their strength is in their tolerance. Their weakness is in their gullibility and their moral lapses.

THE NEW LIBERALS: Some would argue that these are just re-named Communists. The Communist Party of the US actually openly supports Obama for re-election. (Honest - you can look it up.) But I think it is a little more complicated than that. I don't think Obama thinks of himself as a Communist, or a Socialist or any of those other -ists he is accused of being. It's more like: He doesn't have a clue. These guys are picked out because they have personal secrets that they can be blackmailed for. Those are their main weaknesses. Their potential strength is that they could publicly appear to be going along with the enemy, but really aren't. Not much of a strength, now that I think about it. But it's the only one I can think of. They do not particularly value overt, aggressive strength like the Neocons do, so if they don't have some secret inner strength then they are pretty much out of luck.

Most of the rest of us would probably like one of the old-line types to rise up and take control. They seem more sincere. Some of us who are older look back fondly at the Kennedy years and see him as the last good example of a sincere President. But that perception could partly be due to how he was gotten rid of.

If things go "as planned" then a Neocon will rise to do battle with Obama in 2012. Of course, that will be a bit of a farce, as they both seem to be under the control of enemy groups. I haven't really established who those enemies are. But that's part of why this works. They all stand behind mirrors. And every time you look in their direction, you see yourself or someone else close by.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:02 AM
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Well I'll be damned.

Now you can see clearly who the lot has been cast in favor of.

The truth was spoken about our foreign policy, and the ones that make that policy had their plants ready.

Your vote means nothing.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:08 AM
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I may be blind and/or stupid... but if someone could point me to the CNN Post Debate Online Poll that'd be much appreciated... thanks in advance...



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:09 AM
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typical republican politician assumption of the thought process of typical constituent:

"Tea Party people boo Paul?.. Me Tea Party Person!.. ME BOO TOO! BOO!!!"

too bad theyre right.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 01:31 AM
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Originally posted by SwissMarked
I may be blind and/or stupid... but if someone could point me to the CNN Post Debate Online Poll that'd be much appreciated... thanks in advance...


The only poll posted by CNN was about Rick Perry.


Did Rick Perry's debate performance solidify his front-runner status for the GOP presidential nomination?

CNN

It's on the right side, about halfway down. Aside from that, they didn't put out a poll... surprisingly.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 01:43 AM
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Originally posted by EagleTalonZ

Originally posted by SwissMarked
I may be blind and/or stupid... but if someone could point me to the CNN Post Debate Online Poll that'd be much appreciated... thanks in advance...


The only poll posted by CNN was about Rick Perry.


Did Rick Perry's debate performance solidify his front-runner status for the GOP presidential nomination?

CNN

It's on the right side, about halfway down. Aside from that, they didn't put out a poll... surprisingly.


That's because Rick Perry has already been selected to be the next president.
They decide.
You make it happen.
Or if you don't, they will.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 02:08 AM
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Originally posted by buni11687
He gets booed and applauded near the end of the video, particularly when he mentions the US hasnt given the people of Palestine a fair treatment


 


Awesome... In this context, the video is striking! Santorum FAIL (eat crap and expire.)

Ron Paul FtW

I want everyone to know... There is hope...

My Mother-In-Law is virtually endorsing Ron Paul!!!



I was informed tonight in a stunning report, that my mother-in-law is making her choice between Paul & Bachman.

This is important because she is the Lock-Step, GOP, Mainline, 9/11 Official Report!, Head in the sand, Bush is godlike, voter.

She also is the person that you talk to before you vote... NOT a Walmart greeter... Sweet older gal that gets you situated to vote at your polling place.
 


It's people like her, that you would never expect to come around.

Wow! There IS hope (not fraudulent hope.)

This is just FYI... Take it for what it's worth.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 07:56 AM
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Originally posted by Talltexxxan
Does Ron know more than he is letting show? Near the end of the video he refers to the 9/11 attacks as a "bombing".
I realize that when you are in a heated debate, that words slip, that you dont believe/mean to say.

Just thought I should atleast point it out though.


I knew it! I just knew it. Ron Paul did 9/11. I bet he gave the orders for the bombing himself early that morning.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:21 PM
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When the people who have our best interests in mind are ridiculed for telling the truth, we deserve whatever misfortune befalls us.

I realize that any politician having our best interests in mind in today's political landscape is debatable in itself. But this man wants to run the country, and for speaking the truth he is booed. Look at Santorum's face when Ron Paul is speaking. The look of disgust is masking the look of someone who can't comprehend a simple truth.

Or of someone who just wants to win by making other people look like fools. Of course anyone saying anything negative about "We stand for American acceptionalism. We stand for freedom and opportunity for everyone around the world". is going to get booed. Even if it's thoughts like that that make other people from differing nations, with their own histories and policies and nationalism, want us dead.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by EagleTalonZ[/

Ron Paul was right. As usual.

Good video,I try to explain this scenario to friends and family and for the life of me they just don't get it,just like the debate last night it seemed almost scripted,Dr. Paul barely got his point out and they were booing him...thought it was strange to say the least.



posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by TWILITE22

Originally posted by EagleTalonZ[/

Ron Paul was right. As usual.

Good video,I try to explain this scenario to friends and family and for the life of me they just don't get it,just like the debate last night it seemed almost scripted,Dr. Paul barely got his point out and they were booing him...thought it was strange to say the least.


Definitely seemed planned to hit him with that at the end and then not let him speak to the Afghanistan question and allow the others to say "I love the people of Afghanistan". They are trying their best to make him look bad and the sad part is the majority of people only pay enough attention to buy right into it.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 06:46 AM
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Originally posted by popsmayhem

Originally posted by bottleslingguy
The people who booed Ron Paul's reply to Rick Santorum (what seemed to me to be a media ploy to attack RP) at the TEA Party debate on CNN were ignorantly condemning him. They didn't understand what he was saying.


They knew exactly what he was saying..

That is why they bood him.

Now was Paul right? Maybe, maybe not. All on your perspective.

What was Paul saying exactly?

Why do you not think they knew what he was saying?


Because if they knew what he was saying and understood the logic they would know he is right.




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