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Originally posted by Crymouth
Thought I would just add my input here even though I live in a far away land where we are so used to corruption it is part of our everyday lives (South Africa).
Don't you think it is funny that Obama was going to bring about all these changes and not a single one was ever realised? Why would anyone think Ron Paul will have better results? He will still need to be part of the "System" as such and in fact will be voted in by that very system?
Presidents have very little power in today's Global World of Multinational Corporations. These companies / elite will do what they will regardless and there ain't much a single president can do over a 4 year period.
Yes I know that my attitude may be a self-defeatist one but I just don't think looking to a corrupt system to solve a corrupt system will get any results.
Originally posted by eLPresidente
I donated and made over 100 calls today on the phone from home system. I went out to lunch in my Ron Paul t-shirt and parked right in front of the restaurant with a huge sign on my windshield so anybody coming out would see it.
THIS IS HOW WE WIN! PUUSSHHHH
Originally posted by twoandthree
As for the ANONYMOUS HACKERS, I think their "threats" to rig the IOWA Caucus are engineered to undermine and discredit a Ron Paul win.
Anonymous Hackers should just stay the heck out of it and let each person's vote count. If they do hack in (in my hypothetical worst-case scenario), maybe they can just "oversee" the raw tallies and signal an alarm if anything is tampered with. If they do anything further, then they are doing a crime against freedom... and humanity. The result will be the U.N. taking even more control over our country. Holder and Obama will be so proud!edit on 19-12-2011 by twoandthree because: (no reason given)edit on 19-12-2011 by twoandthree because: (no reason given)