posted on Nov, 25 2011 @ 07:40 AM
Originally posted by usernameconspiracy
Paul's foriegn policy ideas are exactly why I would not vote for him. Assuming he was to win, and was able to reduce our military presence around the
world, close bases, etc...
Does anyone realize what kind of negative impact that will have on an already fragile economy?
Are you saying it's healthy to have a military based economy? A study commissioned by the government said we bring this hate upon us through
I won't trust the economy to the employers. When automation and production ramped up in the 70's, they stopped raising our salaries and kept the
extra. They though this was such a good idea, they gave themselves raises for it. They then showed us mercy by loaning that extra money back to us
with interest. I will never want a libertarian government.
Personal freedoms are a different matter. I'm glad that Ron Paul mentions those. It's horrible that a group of people can decide to take rights away
from another group of people.
When talking about the Patriot Act, why doesn't Ron mention the home grown terrorists setups? We do the same thing at my workplace. We try to keep
our jobs relevant.
I understand that Ron doesn't want to bring up any 911 questions, as this causes anger across the board. But, I wonder what he actually thinks.
I wonder if he is a real person and not just a candidate. His patter has that rhythm designed to work up a crowd. Perhaps he is playing to the crowd
because the crowd cannot handle anything else.