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Ron Paul "Things that aren't suppose to happen"

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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 05:15 AM

Things That Aren’t Supposed to Happen

Rand Paul was not supposed to challenge and defeat the political establishment to become a United States Senator.

Mike Lee was not supposed to challenge and defeat the establishment to become a United States Senator.

The Tea Party was not supposed to last this long or have this much influence on the GOP and Washington, DC.

Timothy Geithner said America losing its AAA credit rating would never happen.

Ron Paul surpassing media favorites Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann with strong double digits in the national polls and powering to top-tier status was not supposed to happen.

Yesterday, a Republican was winning Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner’s old seat in New York City’s 9th Congressional district was not supposed to happen.

Until recently, we have been told Barack Obama being anything less than a two term president is simply not going to happen.

Most of the “experts” who tell us what absolutely, positively and unquestionably can’t happen continue to prove time and again that they don’t know what they’re talking about.

Make no mistake this election: Anything can happen.

This is to those he still that Paul doesn't have a chance. Welcome to the new political battlefield, the people have grown concerned and Americans have become active. Even if you believe the system is rigged I implore all Ron Paul supporter or not to go out and vote, our voice does matter and during these trying times it needs to be heard.
edit on 9/15/2011 by Mcupobob because: Linkly, linkly

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 06:21 AM
I don't mean to go off on a weird paranoid tangent here but I have to say, I really don't like Rand Paul that much, and I definitely don't trust him one bit. He feels like an establishment puppet already...big time.

I do like his dad, Ron Paul though. RP is anti-establishment in all of his rhetoric, almost to the extreme sometimes. I Love that with a passion.

Sure, he could be a puppet too, but if the puppet speaks the truth I cannot help but say hey, that guy is telling it how it is.

So yes, I really hope Ron wins and begins the long process of dismantling the government and firing 95% of them from their jobs as 9 to 5 fascists.

Even if it made everything 'go bad' as the pro-establishment authoritarian camp claims, it doesn't matter. Life sucks really bad under this heavy taxation and repression. It's like everything we do is regulated and controlled now-a-days.

I honestly would rather be Free 100% and SHTF than be a slave forever within a status-quo.

Die on my feet or live on my knees indeed!
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 06:46 AM
I think if we don't push Ron, and get him to the white house, we are all done. I personally have not seen so much support for any candidate in my life time, In my opinion if he does not make it to the poles, I feel we should be outraged! outraged because it would be very obvious that it is a fixed election, just the same way the media is fixed. If this is the way things are going to go, I think it leaves us with one bloody option.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 06:49 AM
reply to post by Mcupobob

I would love to see the media say Ron Paul was "top tier" candidate just once. I mean, he is now without a doubt, he's first or second, but they will never say so.

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