Ron Paul Wins DC Poll With Landslide And Give AWESOME Speech!

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posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 10:03 AM
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S + F.

And the Ron Paul express steams full speed ahead.







posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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hey SouthernGuardian,


you sure like the sound of your own voice. please dont click these links if all your gonna do is bring ron paul down.

ive never seen anyone post more about a topic they dont like..



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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The biblical comparison is why i stopped listening after 3 minutes, who wants to hear that crap



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 12:40 PM
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Originally posted by Southern Guardian


I'm interested in why Paul supporters continue to make a deal about whenever Paul wins a poll, when history shows that these polls mean nothing to Paul's chances. Likewise, I'll post my views. Don't like it? Don't reply. I am open to debate as to how this any more significant for Paul than it was for Bachmann, for Cain, for Ron Paul back in 2007.


I'll respect your views, however, I'd like to add as a Ron Paul supporter that any opportunity to get the word out on his successes can still amount to something...even something as miniscule as a straw poll. While the media or other powers-that-be are constantly marginalizing him as fringe or whatever, these little speeches and polls can show others that he is someone serious to contend with.

The internet is still becoming more and more significant as a means to get the word out for favorite candidates. Threads like this are a great means to "get the word out" to a significant audience and maybe continue to get people to reconsider what this man is really about. They can see that even simple straw polls show that people are actually listening to his messages and agreeing from many different locations.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican
Excellent!

Ron Paul is slowly capturing the hearts of the American smart. But even the dumb are starting to like him. Let's face it: He's humble. Unassuming. Non-interventionalist. The smarter public longs for his wisdom and real change you CAN believe in! And best of all, he is guided soundly by Constitutional principle with every issue there is. We NEED this man as President- if there is any hope left at all.

S&F!
edit on Sat Oct 8th 2011 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)


Paul is IMHO the only candidate who even WANTS change.
I don't believe any of the others have any intention of changing the status quo...
whether you vote for Romney or Perry or Cain, it just doesn't matter, you'll get the same results.

GO Ron!!! you've got my vote even if i have to write your name in!!



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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Hmmm....

From an English (just one person's) perspective:

Lots of biblical references about a society that's based on liberty. Who's liberty is he fighting for? Christians or Americans? Sure, the vast majority of Americans are indeed Christian, however politics shouldn't be driven by religion.

If you agree that it should, who are you to dismiss other Countries from doing the same? Treating others how you'd like to be treated is great, yet another Country with a differing religion may call for the eradication of all those who reject their faith. Are they right to not only air that view but enact upon it?


Politics and religion need to be separated. Anything else is an infringement on liberty.

edit: btw I do like what Ronny boy stands for, he just needs to cut out the religious stuff.



Isn't True liberty anarchy?
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posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 01:48 PM
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I have been watching this guy for awhile now. Seems very honest and true. I'd be more likely to believe in this fella then any other politician, which says alot about my view on the subject.

However, I do have a bad feeling. Say he gets in office and starts acting on everything he promised. What card do you think is going to be played by the elite? JFK rings my warning bell. He'll get in, start making major changes that threaten the power elite. Can't have that, he's gotta go.

So they'll take him out and possibly use that in a spin on the war on terror or some sort of B.S. like that. Maybe the power elite will use this to their advantage in bringing full tyranny. Finalizing full domination of all of us.

Does anyone have the same sort of gut feeling?

The truly good always get knocked off. Thats how you know they were good people with good intentions and actions. If they make claims to being good and live unthreatened.... then chances are they lairs.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 01:49 PM
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I've always been a Paul supporter however in this speech all I heard was Jesus this, Bible that, I believe in changing the way things are done however, as a non-christian It's hard for me to support a person who constantly refers to religion during their speeches. If I wanted to hear all that I'd go to church. Politics has failed this country and the world. One person cannot represent the beliefs and views of an entire nation. Time to move on to something different. Real change is abolishing the current system for a new updated one.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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cspan will air it on wends day i heard not sure of time but i will definitely watch it!!



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 02:13 PM
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people are more awake now then when they offed jfk i doubt they will take that chance



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 02:15 PM
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it analogies with what is going on.. Allot of the bible is history(although sometimes exaggerated) they were analogies and good ones.. i am not religious myself but just understand that he will not bring religion to his office..



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by Southern Guardian

Originally posted by ModernAcademia

Originally posted by Southern Guardian
This, coming from you? And you see absolutely no hypocrisy when we apply this to Obama with many members on here? Remember, the hate for Obama occured well before he was even elected.


Talk about apples and oranges


Clearly you don't understand something so simple.

Hatred to Obama, ok
Hatred to Ron Paul, unfair and not ok.

= hypocrisy.

Right, you've made up your mind.


Obama ran on Yes we Can, Hope & Change
He never defined yes we can what, hop for what or change what
He ran on gimmicks with no substance


Who? Barack Obama? Wasn't he suppose to withdraw all troops from Iraq by August 2011? I've noticed his broken promises, I've noticed his faliure on many things, I don't think he deserves a second term (neither do any of the other republican candidates), so, by all means, bring on the issues about him. Where shall we start?

Patriot act?
Marijuana?
His healthcare bill?

Please, if you think you're going to "get me" by criticizing Obama on many of his actions in the whitehouse, you are wasting your time. I'm already well aware and have stated my issues with him already.


Ron Paul on the other hand never evades a debate


I guess that's perception at the end of the day. To me, Ron Paul says alot of things to sound as far apart from the other candidates as possible, but his views are beyond reality. It's very easy for him to talk up his policies and views when he's not being challanged to walk the talk.

www.chron.com...

I hope some of that stimulus money went to NASA as per Ron Paul's request. Hold on, what's wrong with the freemarket Ron? All that bad stimulus..... but I guess we can cut corners around the freemarket right? Paulers are the ones that are going to draw the line as to what's socialist and what's not, huh?

yep.


im sorrry to tell you but your views are a minority in this forum and prob the rest of the country...just look at the number of stars u have received here... who are you trying to convince ? it wont work here ats members are too awake sorry..



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 02:57 PM
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Awsome speech! I wish there were more people with Ron Paul's values. It makes such perfect sense. They need to start teaching a Ron Paul class in highschools across the U.S.!

I'm not even religious nor do I go to church but I believe in religious values and christianity's stuardship thereof.
edit on 9-10-2011 by chuckMFd because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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Same here im from UK and cant understand how anyone would not solely vote Ron Paul if what he stands for is true. BUT as is the case for all politicians when they get the seat of power do they keep there promises Urrrm NO
but hay why not give the man who says he going to implement what the people want. Give this man a chance in the seat, an see how it goes. Rather than vote for people who are saying what you don't want to happen or have got you in the state you are in now a chance.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 03:04 PM
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For years now I have been active in political thought. It has been since about 1987 when I first heard Ron Paul. When he did not get more than 5% of the national vote as the Libertarian candidate I lost interest in politics realizing that there was just not enough intellectually honest political thinkers in this nation and it likely will not change in my lifetime.

Ron Paul making another go of it as a Republican POTUS candidate in 2008 got me excited again in political discussion again. I would vote for or contribute to anyone who was as honest and as consistently for liberty as Ron Paul has been.



He is as unchanging and honest as the tides.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 03:05 PM
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Guardian, do you think the fact that in the 2007 poll Paul scored 1% at the previous Value Voters poll and this time Paul scored 37% reflects upward momentum for the Ron Paul campaign?



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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Originally posted by spokaneman1983
I've always been a Paul supporter however in this speech all I heard was Jesus this, Bible that, I believe in changing the way things are done however, as a non-christian It's hard for me to support a person who constantly refers to religion during their speeches. If I wanted to hear all that I'd go to church. Politics has failed this country and the world. One person cannot represent the beliefs and views of an entire nation. Time to move on to something different. Real change is abolishing the current system for a new updated one.


The Value Voters event is the only event where Paul brings up either the Bible or Jesus. The reason being the whole point of the conference is to see which one of the candidate supports Christian values. Are you going to tell me you would accept an invitation to speak about Christian values and then decide you won't bring up the Bible or Jesus? LOL. That was basically the whole point... so its a given that all the candidates are expected to bring up their religious beliefs at that particular event.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 03:50 PM
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Does this poll really mean anything when he is in 5th place in the national polls behind Gingrich and Palin who is not even running? It seems to me the guy has a certain number of supporters and nobody else wants anything to do with him. When he was briefly in a far back 3rd place and Perry fell apart he should have moved into second. Instead the people jumped further down the line and chose Cain. This alone tells me Paul is what he has always been a guy with some interesting ideas, some nutty ideas and a small loyal base that will not grow. Maybe he should run as an independent because he is not winning the Republican nomination.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Originally posted by neo96
stop hating on the Ron Paul

wait til hes elected then you can hate

then i will be right here defending him

take that


Wouldn't that feel weird? Actually supporting a sitting president? With the exception of the first few months of Obama's presidency, I can't think of a time that I actually viewed a president favorably. Dr. Paul might change that.



posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 04:46 PM
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SURE he won. Observe:


In a press conference following the announcement of the straw poll results at the annual Washington gathering of social conservatives, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins all but dismissed the results as irrelevant, citing 600 people who registered Saturday morning and, he said, “left after Ron Paul spoke.”

A total of 1,983 ballots were cast. “You do the math,” Perkins said.


Source

Paul supporters are only fooling themselves. It's amazing what they will go through to get a "win."





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