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Originally posted by Glinda
reply to post by mastahunta
Not defend the Fed...how about protest the Fed (OF?); or Occupy Pennsylvania Avenue (OPA?); or Occupy Congress (ala Wisconsin? OC?)...no. The deliberate stay away from the seat of (Democratic) power is quite telling. Why no antiObama signs? Why no antiGeitner or Bernacke signs?
Originally posted by neo96
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
no whose complaining pointing out the clear differences of the publics perceptions of ows and the tea party movement.
one has vastly superior support the other didnt ows is the lefts and medias dream child where as the tea party was out like a fat kid at dodge ball.
Originally posted by Rockpuck
reply to post by neo96
I knew out was only a matter of time before the dems swept in... In fact "rev" al sharpton will give a broadcasred speech from the heart of nyc owp.....
So its official for me.. Ive lost all respect for owp and can safely consider them of the same caliber of liberal idiots I suffered four years with at university.
Originally posted by TupacShakur
reply to post by neo96
I really feel bad for you neo. You are so caught up in the left/right paradigm that it's pitiful.
Is that a Right Wing Republican's campaign sign I see in your signature???
That may be true, but I'm an unenthusiastic participant. And like I said, I don't affilliate myself with Republicans or Democrats, I look at the politicians stances on each issue and make up my own decision on who would be most beneficial for the country. Ron Paul wants to end the wars immediately, and that's near the top of my list. He also wants to audit the Fed, and that's a huge one too. He wants to end the Drug war, which I agree with 100%. And finally, in our current political system of swearing to protect the Constitution, then crapping all over it in office, a Constitutionalist is a necessary breath of fresh air in this country that's following in the footsteps of an Orwellian government.
But the fact remains...you are playing the same left/right game as everyone else.
No, he doesn't make me think anything. He labels himself as a Republican, but when you compare him to the other Republican candidates, he has a lot of different positions on issues.
And Ron Paul is playing you by making you think he isn't part of it...then taking money from Republicans.