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Ron Paul backer: "You would never hear of a 'former' Ron Paul supporter"

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posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 05:52 PM
I found this blonde to be very intelligent...

Anyone disagree?

posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 06:26 PM
I am in LOVE!!!!

Second line reserved for more LOVE!

She is also on point about welfare:

"There are so many people raping the system," Mary Willison said. "They're getting entitlements and they're totally misusing them." Willison, a tall 33-year-old with striking blonde hair, was waiting in line to meet Ron Paul at a Nevada campaign event.

These people, she said, could go out and find work, but they don't, "because it would actually be less money than they get from their unemployment benefits and their food stamps." Poor people getting fat off of your money is exactly kind of thing that has always enraged hard-right primary voters, from Tea Partiers back to Reaganites.

Mary Wilison on Welfare
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posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 06:28 PM
Ron Paul is supported by radical leftists within the GOP, Barack Obama is a Socialist.

I think this just shows how desperately the mainstream GOP is when it comes to grasping at straws in the publics eye. They find themselves losing their foothold on the two party system and want to keep Ron Paul from leading the GOP, because Ron Paul actually stands a chance not only of stabilizing the two-party dichotomy and he only has that chance if he does it without them.

The GOP is too emotionally invested in the Baby Boomers desires rather than true progress in American politics. Ron Paul seeks to change that because he does see that progress in America results from the youthful enthusiasm in tackling these problems.

Ron Paul scares the GOP, because the GOP is afraid of the leftist politics inherent in the youth of any generation becoming loose from the leash of the parents generation. Ron Paul is not afraid of the GOP, he is facing his fear and this makes him brave.

But bravery and foolishness are often too close to distinguish, even to the wisest of men. Why does Ron Paul want the youth vote so badly? Is it because his ideas hold no weight with older conservatives?

EDIT: Blonde lady is very pretty and articulate, she makes a good spokeswoman.
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posted on Feb, 6 2012 @ 07:34 PM
reply to post by NeoVain

Quote from the video in response of a group petitioning for Ron Paul to leave the race and the GOP party because his supporters aren't loyal to the party.

The Ron Paul supporters are not going away, there is no way their vote is going to any other candidate. And the GOP needs us, they need our vote. So, we are getting loud and we are getting organized and we are explaining and telling everyone that our vote is not for sale and not going to any other candidate, so if they want to try to run him out of this race and put him on a third party ticket it's only going to backfire in their faces because we will write him in.

Is anyone else confused as hell by that quote???

Didn't she just prove the point that he should leave the GOP because his supporters don't support the GOP...just Ron Paul?

And why the hell does she think the GOP "needs them" if she outright admits that they will not vote for the other candidates? That would mean the GOP DOESN'T need you...which is why they don't care about them.

She ends the video by stating that "there is no second choice"...does she not understand this is why they are marginalized???

This Ron Paul supporter doesn't seem very bright...that was painful to watch.
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