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Ron Paul Predicts the Future Like a God

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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:33 AM
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Ron Paul describes the past decade back in 2002.

Paul is not a god, Paul is not a prophet, Paul does not have super natural powers of insight.

Paul is an Austrian School economist, and from that, it is possible to predict what the future will look like.





posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:35 AM
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i feel by your wording of the title you invited lots of the antis..


anyways
RonPaul2012 or DOOOOOM



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:35 AM
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Ehud Barak predicted the War on Terror an hour after the tower fell, hes got prophetic powers too!



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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no one is saying he is god lol..

nice try



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:38 AM
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sry folks , edited to remove a off topic post.

Many people can see this future coming, and its all bad.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:40 AM
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Why did you title your post Ron Paul predicts the future like a God and then go on to say he is not a God??

This is the problem with Ron Paul fans. They always like to make sensational headlines and then go on and say, no that's not what I meant, this is what I meant and here's five videos to prove it!!!! Stop being sensational its not helping anybody! Least of all Ron Paul. I bet even he's scared of some of you people.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:43 AM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
Why did you title your post Ron Paul predicts the future like a God and then go on to say he is not a God??

This is the problem with Ron Paul fans. They always like to make sensational headlines and then go on and say, no that's not what I meant, this is what I meant and here's five videos to prove it!!!! Stop being sensational its not helping anybody! Least of all Ron Paul. I bet even he's scared of some of you people.
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Because the power of prophecy has traditionally been the role of shamans, seers, prophets, and gods.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 09:50 AM
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I'm getting sick and tired of hearing how "right" Ron Paul is about everything. About a fundamental understanding of economics, foreign policy, cause and effect of the things our country does. All this reason makes me sick. What about the important things? Where is his charming smile? His suave, one-line remarks? His booming, strong voice(regardless of what he's saying)? Pffft, until he get's those right, it's back to American Idol for me.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 10:00 AM
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I didn't know that it was frowned upon to use colorful language when posting a headline, clearly it wasn't meant to be taken seriously.

Great video OP, I hadn't come across this one yet in my YouTube prowling of RP videos. Another great one to add to the arsenal



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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AAARRRGH!!


I am TRYING to like Ron Paul, and you guys keep getting in the way. WOULD YOU STOP IT!!!!!

My apologies. Normally I am far more polite and restrained, something must have come over me. I'm better now.

duhdiggitydan writes:

I didn't know that it was frowned upon to use colorful language when posting a headline, clearly it wasn't meant to be taken seriously.
"Clearly?" "Clearly?????" Wait a minute, I have to calm down again.

This thread is a duplicate of one entitled "Political Prophets: The Truth Confined." That title was meant to be taken seriously, as you'll see if you read the OP. From "Prophet" to "God" is a short step as pointed out above.

From the OP:

Ron Paul is beyond just being a good politician, the man is not just another cunning politician, he reaches into the depths of wisdom and brings out the truth many have tried to confine for years.
"Beyond being a good politician." "Reaches into the depths of wisdom." I haven't heard anything like this since Obama's 2008 campaign.

As a poster wrote:

Paul is by far the wiset and most logical canidate, what he has or has not done I'm sure has good reason.
Can you hear yourselves? This is more like the irrational love for a family member or for a religion, than political campaign support.

I really don't know enough about the candidates to decide yet. I wasn't planning on getting involved until the summer. I know I would vote for Paul over Obama. But if I went around saying "I'm a Ron Paul supporter," how can I respond when a person got a little fear in their eye, backed away like I was a Jehovah's Witness, and said "Oh, you're one of those people?"



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 11:25 AM
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I find it odd that you don't simply look at his positions when deciding if you like him or not.

What his supporters do or say seems entirely irrelevant to me.

If Obama was anti-war, anti-fed, anti-bailouts, and actually upheld all of his previous civil rights rhetoric, I would like him even though his supporters are mostly communists, socialists democrats, or other subversives.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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Dear mnemeth1,

Thank you for speaking calmly to me as I go through my moment of emotional crisis.


To some extent my feelings are reasonable, but not rational. I will have a difficult time putting my thoughts down logically, so please be patient.

I have not decided whether I like Paul or not, as I mentioned, I am waiting another six months before I start studying the (remaining) candidates and their positions.

For whatever reason, his supporters do have an effect on me. Take an extreme example. If the violent anarchists got together (I know, oxymoron) and supported a candidate, I would have two problems. One, why doesn't the candidate try to tone them down, and two, what is it about the candidate that attracts those kinds of people?

Examining a candidate's positions only gets me so far. The difference between those positions and what actually happens is vast. I'm not saying that Ron Paul is lying, it's just that the office seems to change people. And if Obama claims he is having trouble with Congress, would Paul be any different? I saw that he has authored 421 bills in his career and only 1 has been enacted. He doesn't seem particularly gifted in "getting along with others."

So, in addition to his stated positions, I'll be trying to get more information from other sources. If his supporters seem to largely fit in one mold, that will be information I'll use as well.

With respect,
Charles1952



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:13 PM
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this video is a must see and unfortunately ats has moved it to the off topic.

this is an excellent excellent video, so good i had to watch it twice and say excellent twice. i am very angry that ats sent it to offtopic, i wish they would not over regulate.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 01:44 PM
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Ever think it was off topic due to the title?? It makes no sense, now if it was a different title than it could be placed in politicians and people or prophets perhaps?



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by charles1952

From the OP:

Ron Paul is beyond just being a good politician, the man is not just another cunning politician, he reaches into the depths of wisdom and brings out the truth many have tried to confine for years.
"Beyond being a good politician." "Reaches into the depths of wisdom." I haven't heard anything like this since Obama's 2008 campaign.

As a poster wrote:

Paul is by far the wiset and most logical canidate, what he has or has not done I'm sure has good reason.
Can you hear yourselves? This is more like the irrational love for a family member or for a religion, than political campaign support.


Ron Paul's stance on Iran and Middle Eastern Issues pulls me back from ever voting for him, but his fans don't help at all. In fact, his fans have made me place Ron Paul in third or forth choice for a Candidate for me. I don't want to be associated with the image that Ron Paul fans bring up. You may say it's not about the fans, but Ron Paul fans are in a different universe and idolize the man as if he was a God. Paulism has to be the most annoying religion of 2012 and I just can't wait until he drops out of the race.

Yes, Obama fans and Ron Paul fans are very comparable.



posted on Jan, 16 2012 @ 06:08 AM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
In fact, his fans have made me place Ron Paul in third or forth choice for a Candidate for me.


As you gain more life experience, you will probably start to base your choices more on the actual candidate, rather than those who are attracted to him. You'll stop worrying about what's 'hip' and 'rad' and 'cool' and start focusing more on being principled and following your conscience, instead of the trying to fit in all the time.



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