Originally posted by KingAtlas
Seabag, we all watched the debates... you are just repeating waht they said.
I mean at least have your own idea, how can you call other people sheep, when you just repeat what the candidates say... I mean seriously....
It was almost word for word.... wow.. ever hear the word hypocrite
Who am I repeating word for word?
Why don’t you stop criticizing the way I say things and address the issue? I’m stating what I believe. I’m not repeating anyone word for word.
The fact is, Ron Paul wants to do what the Obama administration tried to do….drag terrorists into the courtroom. I disagree with that. Terrorists
should be killed or taken to military tribunal if captured. It is the job of the military to handle foriegn enemies, not Johnny Cochran.
edit on 1-12-2011 by seabag because: (no reason given)
If by terrorists, you mean individuals who are responsible for 911... are you implying the Bush Administration and associates should be taken before a
Exactly, Ron Paul could have had a field day attacking his character. He could have made a 2 hour documentary just attacking his character....but
instead, he stuck to politics and the issues at hands... and people are still going to fault him for it.
Here's the once again, mild mannered Dr. Paul at a NH health food store earlier today explaining why they ran the ad.
Like I've said before, the reasons I like Dr. Paul are not only on the issues. I agree with most of what he says and I'm skeptical but hopeful he's
right on others. If anyone can say they agree with him on everything, I'd say you're either full of it or need your head examined. But he is a man of
his word. His political history speaks for itself. He's been preaching the same message for years. He's predicted most of what's gone wrong with this
country both economically and in foreign and domestic policy.
I've always admired him for taking the high-road and not resorting to ads like this. But after actually seeing the bias against this man that happens
every day and the people who the GOP and MSM put on a pedistal for the neo-cons and brainless as the next savior against Obama made me sick. And I'm
sure Dr. Paul grew tired of it also.
Dr. Paul just strikes me as a very honest man who really cares about this country and not only the people who’ve been hood-winked by the banks, Wall
Street, The Fed and big government but the general direction in which we are headed. Can anyone really say they feel we will survive another four
years of status quo?
I’m over forty and was never a fan or follower of any politician before I found Dr. Paul. In fact, I hated politics! But after researching this man,
I wish I knew of him earlier. I trust this man is unlike any other who’s run for POTUS in a long time. Find me a better man to turn this mess
edit on 12/1/2011 by maddog99 because: (no reason given)
Part of the enticing fascination and admiration I have with Ron Paul is that he is so REAL!
He is kryptonite for the establishment and watching them squirm every time he is on camera is like a beacon of pure light!!
Just watching him field questions from the scumbag media is a delight! He pauses slightly before answering, not to qualify his response, but rather
to be sincere,... this act alone is so rare, it throws off the corporate media's agenda...
You can almost hear the controllers in the studio screaming into the interviewers ear: "DO SOMETHING TO SHUT THIS GUY UP OR IT'S MY ASS!" lol!!!!
Originally posted by speaknoevil07
hum, the fact that is thrown out now means Cain is definitely out.
Newt is next on the chopping block.
Why isn't anyone going after Mitt????? Maybe because Mitt is the weakest of all and
Obama thinks he can win against Mitt. Where does that leave the rest of the field..?
I love RP but the mainstream independents and such have not really gotten all the way behind him
why? age, fear, who knows but seems to be the next up in flavor of the month candidates is Newt.
We have a long way to go before next August, september....when the real gloves go on and the "real"
candidate will be seen........we might even be in a war by then and this all will change if Obama is a war president...like we attack Iran and such.
maybe that is the card they will pull who knows. Mitt is not strong enough, Newt is to wishy-washy......so hummmmmmmmm.
well we will see. GO RP. just keep your head low.:-)
I can't in my wildest dream possibly think of any way that Obama can win this next
election,if he indeed does it will be all over and confirmation that the system is rigged.I'm seriously concerned for our country and how anyone
doesn't see the problems and the severity of our economy and then re-elect the same guy that put us in this situation.I realize the one before him
took us to this point but from what I hear even Obama's staunch supporters are looking for an alternative candidate to back.Ron Paul is our only
hope....I really fear for the U.S
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Originally posted by seabag
No, what's scary is his willingness to allow the terrorist nation of Iran to become a nuclear power and his desire to disengage from the world. Also
his desire to give terrorists constitutional rights and civilian trials.
As far as his military support, that's about 1% of the population. It's gonna take more than that.
Leaving Iran aside for the moment, I absolutely agree that American citizens who are terrorists should have the same constitutional rights and right
to a trial by their peers that every other American citizen has.
We either all have those rights or none of us do.
You swore, as did many of us here, to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. If you
don't defend those rights for all Americans, whether they be terrorist or not, then you are forsworn and your oath means nothing.
I do not mean to denigrate, belittle, or berate you, I am just trying to give my view and attempt to understand yours.
Also, Dr. Paul has a hell of a lot more support than just 1% of the voting population, by recent polls.
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Al Awlaki and his son were both American citizens and neither received trial. They should have been captured and returned to the US for trial and, if
found guilty, sentencing. They should not have been assassinated by our military forces in direct contravention of their Constitutional rights.
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