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posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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No. Stck to the point Abyss.

Comments on Paul's legislative record?

Sorry to ask you to comment on specifics. Get's a little muddy when that has to happen huh?

Becker




posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 05:07 PM
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I am sticking to the point and we seen plenty of anti-Paul attempts with the same thing you posted above. If you would read the other threads then you would know that posting the same thing over and over again becomes repetitive and useless...



posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 06:52 PM
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Paul defends his record


Ron Paul makes no apology for having passed only one bill in his many years as a member of the House of Representatives.



Paul's response: That's not my problem.

"That demonstrates how out of touch the U.S. government and the U.S. Congress is with the American people," Paul said. "I work on the principle that freedom and the Constitution bring people together
www.politico.com...



posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 07:21 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by snowcrash911

Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
I've said it so many times now...Ron Paul has a duplicity issue. Conservatives like his domestic policy and hate his foreign policy, Liberals like his foreign policy and hate his domestic issues.

There is a very small minority that actually agree with both...that is his passionate base (10-15%). The rest of the votes he gets are Conservatives that are willing to sacrafice their beliefs in foreign policy to support his domestic policy or Liberals that are willing to sacrafice their beliefs in their domestic policies to support his foreign policy...this is another 5% or so.

This is why Ron Paul won't ever be elected.


That all sounds very insightful and compelling, until you realize that under Obama, "liberals" are asked to sacrifice both their domestic and foreign policy principles for the sake of "not being too leftist".

They fact is, Obama is so far to the extreme right that if Ron Paul's foreign policy is all "liberals" are going to get out of him, they will.

That's why Ron Paul could indeed get elected. All this "unelectable" propaganda from Fox must have infected your brain through repetition. I'm no fan of Ron Paul, but the fact is, there are large segments of the American populace willing to vote for him out of sheer desperation.

Obama is a sell out, a coward, a two-faced hypocrite, a pathological liar and a tool, who has sought after and executed the betrayal of his own base to perfection.


Obama has already lost the election. The US economy is wrapped around his neck.
Too many people are unemployed. In an actual election the undecided voters usually vote
for the challenger.

Translation: ABO wins in a landslide victory. ABO = Anybody But Obama

I'm sure the DNC has already speed dialed Hillary Clinton. Get ready. We are just
waiting for the unemployment rate to jump above 9%.


Obama has lost the election?

It amazes me that when 6 like minded individuals get together and hate Obama that it must equal what every collective American is thinking. Just because you and the other guys in the bar call Obama a commie and a Kenyan does not mean everyone else does. A vast majority of the country does not even take Fox news seriously, let alone watch it. Your dismissive attitude toward him being reelected is going to make you a very angry person for another four years.



posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 07:34 PM
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Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
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I take it you Floridians are going to have a bash fest with him eh? The state of miscounting votes...
edit on 17-1-2012 by KonquestAbySS because: (no reason given)


We don't miscount votes. We know every vote cast. We may lie a little bit but we ain't stoopid.



posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 12:24 AM
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Originally posted by spinalremain

Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by snowcrash911

Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
I've said it so many times now...Ron Paul has a duplicity issue. Conservatives like his domestic policy and hate his foreign policy, Liberals like his foreign policy and hate his domestic issues.

There is a very small minority that actually agree with both...that is his passionate base (10-15%). The rest of the votes he gets are Conservatives that are willing to sacrafice their beliefs in foreign policy to support his domestic policy or Liberals that are willing to sacrafice their beliefs in their domestic policies to support his foreign policy...this is another 5% or so.

This is why Ron Paul won't ever be elected.


That all sounds very insightful and compelling, until you realize that under Obama, "liberals" are asked to sacrifice both their domestic and foreign policy principles for the sake of "not being too leftist".

They fact is, Obama is so far to the extreme right that if Ron Paul's foreign policy is all "liberals" are going to get out of him, they will.

That's why Ron Paul could indeed get elected. All this "unelectable" propaganda from Fox must have infected your brain through repetition. I'm no fan of Ron Paul, but the fact is, there are large segments of the American populace willing to vote for him out of sheer desperation.

Obama is a sell out, a coward, a two-faced hypocrite, a pathological liar and a tool, who has sought after and executed the betrayal of his own base to perfection.


Obama has already lost the election. The US economy is wrapped around his neck.
Too many people are unemployed. In an actual election the undecided voters usually vote
for the challenger.

Translation: ABO wins in a landslide victory. ABO = Anybody But Obama

I'm sure the DNC has already speed dialed Hillary Clinton. Get ready. We are just
waiting for the unemployment rate to jump above 9%.


Obama has lost the election?

It amazes me that when 6 like minded individuals get together and hate Obama that it must equal what every collective American is thinking. Just because you and the other guys in the bar call Obama a commie and a Kenyan does not mean everyone else does. A vast majority of the country does not even take Fox news seriously, let alone watch it. Your dismissive attitude toward him being reelected is going to make you a very angry person for another four years.


A commie and a Kenyan?? Hellooo, I believe Obama was born in Hawaii and I would have greatly liked it if Obama had governed like a Democratic Socialist (George Orwell's favored political ideology) but he doesn't! Obama has surrounded himself with Wall Street insiders and has eagerly embraced Dick Cheney's national security policy and that explains extremely well why the US is in the mess it's in now.

I'm a leftist! And you just assume (I take you didn't read my comment) that I'm criticizing him from the "Don't Tread On Me" perspective? Hell no!


And given the number of stars the comment got, it seems the Ron Paul supporters agree with me...

The only politico currently matching Obama's flip-flopping is Mitt Romney. If the two were to debate each other, I'm sure they could switch sides during the debate and nobody would notice.



posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 10:47 AM
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seriously this is on now? where the hell is a feed.another thing, what is wrong with your bloody country? why does one single main stream channel host ALL of the debates? with the same guy asking questions all the time? isn't that a bit bloody biased.
edit on 19-1-2012 by rayuki because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:37 PM
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Like that comment. Let the other 2 gentleman enter the discussion... THIS IS A DEBATE!!! EVERYONE IS SUPPOSE TO GET A CHANCE TO GET THE SAME TIME TO SPEAK!!!!

Stop IGNORING Ron Paul !!!!

Ron Paul FTW 2012!!!





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