Tired of the Ron Paul Bandwagon???

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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:42 AM
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Originally posted by marinesniper0351
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How much impact has he had serving 12 terms in Congress...? Just curious...how many sponsored bills did he get passed...? If he cant rally support in congress over his 12 terms and only get 2 bills passed what do you really think he can do as president...?

You are all out of your freakin minds if you think he can do even 5% of what he says...

must be nice to be high all day playing video games and looking at porn...

Marine Sniper (American/Iranian Muslim)
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Then you don't understand the man nor his principles.

If you did, you'd answer your own question.




posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by marinesniper0351
reply to post by Rockdisjoint
 


Because your ignorant and not willing to entertain a different point of view, sounds almost Hitler'ish if you ask me. The poster put his feelings and thoughts into words whether you agree with him or not, and I believe if you think about what he pointed out he makes some very good points.

If you think one candidate is the savor you are no different than the Obama fainters of 2008...RP is not perfect nor the savor...blind obedience huh...shills...

Yes RP shills...

Marine Sniper...


Whenever someone invokes Hitler in a post, it's time to move on.




posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:45 AM
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I think this is a key factor concerning the mentality of the US too that should not be overlooked.
For all practical purposes, RP got BOOED, in the bible belt no less, for stating the Golden Rule.
Think how repugnant that idea is, even atheists agree with the idea of the Golden Rule, even if they don't believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ. The fact that "christians" would boo the Golden Rule is just another sign, (to me) of how far we have fallen as a country both in morals AND common sense.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:51 AM
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You might be on a bad thread. I am also not in support of Ron Paul but I have to to be ready to be tarred and feathered. God forbid I exercise my right to vote.

If you're looking for support here, good luck. I'm so damn funny!
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 08:58 AM
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Interesting thread and comments, thanks!

Neither am I supporting Mr. Paul. The news usually says "Mr. Paul has a huge cult following of youths".

Yep, as is evidenced on this site. I wonder about that......and how much Mr. Paul's views about the legalization of marijuana has to do with this fierce loyalty.

So, sadly, it like the adults must step up and say "no, you can't take candy from a stranger, he might have something else in store for you".

So boys, no, you can't take candy from a stranger. It's dangerous.

For sure though, I'm ready for these wars to stop, and I appreciate that about him, but frankly, his domestic policies scare the hell out of me, so he's not getting my support.

Flag for you.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:00 AM
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For all practical purposes, RP got BOOED, in the bible belt no less, for stating the Golden Rule.
reply to post by schadenfreude
 

Very good points! One of the things that upset me so much, as a right-to-life proponent, in every respect, and I have a hard time understanding how people who are against abortion, are for bombing civilians to get to a dictator, as we have done in Libya and Iraq. To me, right to life is more than a slogan, it means very simply "Thou shalt not kill". I do believe people have the right to defend themselves, if attacked, but in the name of sanity, how can right-to-life proponents support these "preemptive" wars?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:01 AM
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I love the thread. Look at the first couple of pages on this thread. The RON PAUL supporters literally have no counter argument against your statements! I love it.

Just shows how ignorant they really are.


Good read, S & F



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:02 AM
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:06 AM
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Basically it boils down to this, if you vote for ANYONE other than RP...you are stating you like the status quo and think Bush and Obama have done an excellent job and want to continue this method of running the US. NONE and I repeat, NONE of the others put in front of you by the powers that be, are different from each other or the past stooges we have had running things the last decade. Everyone cried for change, but anything but change is what we got. Any schmuck can run a business or country into the ground, but it takes another level to bring us out of a power dive into the earth.

Is Ron perfect? Hell no he isnt, dont know about you, but I have never met a perfect person before, Ive met really good people that do great things, but still have human flaws. Ron Paul is the answer to a change from the status quo no ifs ands or buts....can some of his ideas fail, of coarse. But you have to admit staying the coarse we are on now has failed and will continue to fail.

The sad fact is that even after knowing all this, Mitt will be the next president because hes more polished and most Republicans will pick him as they think anyone but Obama and they dont want to take a chance to pick who they really want, but who they have been told stands the best chance to win...so enjoy who TPTB picked for you, hope that works out. I have to suffer through this as well, but at least I know I did my part and picked who I wanted, not who THEY wanted.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:06 AM
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I love the thread. Look at the first couple of pages on this thread. The RON PAUL supporters literally have no counter argument against your statements! I love it. Just shows how ignorant they really are. Good read, S & F


Well maybe you need to read mine. Sorry I couldn't be on here right when it started. I would have enjoyed squashing you bugs earlier.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:07 AM
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What gets me about the issue of abortion, is the Republican party is the one about "big government", and supposedly demanding more states rights, more rights for the individual. But in this situation, they want to be "super-nanny", and make a law about something as personal as this?
They don't want "big government" in my pocket, but demand it in the doctor's office?

Insane.
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posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:08 AM
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Ron Paul is the best and only option to fix the problems in this country. It has been repeatedly shown that there is a media bias against his campaign, and anyone not able to see it is either blind or fooling theirself. His Congressional voting record is consistent with my own ideas regarding limiting government and returrning to the original mandates of the Constitution. He did not dodge military service. His stance on foreign policy is justified and in tune with most of the "sane" voting population in this country. Most of us are tired of being lied into war, bailing out banks, and having everything we do watched and controlled by our own government. It is time for real change, not the same thing in a different package.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:14 AM
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How does one counter argue a statement that holds no base? Everyone saying negative things about RP foreign policy are doing so merely on speculation, no one is going to ever invade us.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:17 AM
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Well said. Yes, I AM tired of the Ron Paul bandwagon. I have been for months. His racist "literature" was all it took for me. ( Oh yeah, he didn't know what was going on with that, did he? ). His foreign policy ideas are naive at best, and dangerous at worst. He's a fringe candidate, and he always has been. His take on the Federal Reserve might be on target, but the establishment will never tinker with that in any meaningful way.
S&F



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:23 AM
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How does one counter argue a statement that holds no base? Everyone saying negative things about RP foreign policy are doing so merely on speculation, no one is going to ever invade us.


Isn't what I underlined also speculation?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by Crim123
reply to post by kellynap43
 


How does one counter argue a statement that holds no base? Everyone saying negative things about RP foreign policy are doing so merely on speculation, no one is going to ever invade us.



Forever is a really long time. Didnt know you had a cystal ball.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:24 AM
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It would seem the NAACP would disagree with you.

race42012.com...



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:30 AM
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I'd love to see Ron Paul in the White House, but he is too out of mainstream.
Ron Paul means completely different America and somehow different world.
And it is not OK for those who in power now.
No way he may become president, they'll stop him using all means, up to physical extermination, theoretically. Especially at his age it will look naturally. Of course it will not be needed as the american society as a whole is not ready yet for such drastic change that may bring his presidency.



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by mrgregbusybee

Ron Paul believes that we, as a country, deserved...listen to me DESERVED the 9/11 attacks.



If a country elected people into positions of power who believe in the doctrine of conducting false flag attacks on their own poeple, then dont the people deserve whats coming to them?



posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 09:34 AM
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Originally posted by ICanThink
I'd love to see Ron Paul in the White House, but he is too out of mainstream.
Ron Paul means completely different America and somehow different world.
And it is not OK for those who in power now.
No way he may become president, they'll stop him using all means, up to physical extermination, theoretically. Especially at his age it will look naturally. Of course it will not be needed as the american society as a whole is not ready yet for such drastic change that may bring his presidency.



Anti-war crowd elected Obama, how is RP not mainstream?





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