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Has Reality Set In for Paulites Yet? What Will You Do??

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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 08:43 PM
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It will be more than difficult

It will take hell to freeze over.

Ron Paul does not have the support of the GOP, the only reason he has been able to hang in there during these primaries is because of his voter base..




posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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I trust Ron Paul's judgement. If he chooses to be VP to the millionaire mormon then so be it. I cannot see RP being corrupted at any level, and I think he would give Mitt sound advice and I think Mitt would listen. Ron would be more involved than Joe....what HAS Biden done the last 3.5 years anyway?


 
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 08:58 PM
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I always thought the GOP was sandbagging when they chose Palin. They had to have known the Press would tear her apart. And they did. Everything she said was spun to make her look like an idiot. She had her blonde moments, I agree, but she is not an idiot. She admitted she did not fare well in front of cameras, and that is what hinders Ron Paul. America wants a smooth-talking liar, not a tongue-tied honest person. Or so it would seem.


 
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:01 PM
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I'm afraid untill Mitt literaly rapes Ronny on stage in front of the camera's this Ronny bubble will not burst.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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Originally posted by muse7
reply to post by Erongaricuaro
 


It will be more than difficult

It will take hell to freeze over.

Ron Paul does not have the support of the GOP, the only reason he has been able to hang in there during these primaries is because of his voter base..


Right. So let's not make good governance any more difficult than the usual kind - is that your suggestion? Might as well just push the same old agendas, same attack against people's freedoms and privacies, and let's just do what our corporate overlords have in mind for us. No bleating around the bush, just fall in line with the rest of the flock. At least you know when you're defeated.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:05 PM
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I hope Paul goes 3rd party and shuts these people up. Thanks for the free airtime though.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:10 PM
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I would Never vote for Romney. But I get this feeling that if he becomes president, he's going to do his biggest flip flop in his life and tell the bankers and the rest of the establishment stick it where the sun don't shine. Kinda like what JFK did when the controllers thought they were going to work his strings but once he was in office, he did the right thing for the good of the country.
I know it's wishful thinking to believe Romney would turn on his campaign contributers and actually serve the people, Im not holding my breath but It's just a feeling. Anything can happen.

If Ron Paul did end up running as his VP, Id actually give the possiblilty of this happening a little more hope.

Who said Ron Paul is out of it anyway? The delegates haven't even been selected yet and everything Ive been reading about what is happening at the conventions so far, Ron Paul is doing well. Ron Paul supporters are taking over some county conventions around the country as well.

What if when Adam Kokesh shows up at the RNC in Tampa and 10,000 current and former military show up and there message that they want Ron Paul as the nominee can't be ignored? Is the Republican party going to ignore those soldiers that risked their lives for their lies.

NOTHING is even close to being decided, we all know that.

DON'T give up on RON PAUL those of you that are supporting him. He's here, right now at this moment in time and No matter how much fraud there is or how little the media talks about him, somehow, someway he will be our president. It's his time and nothing is going to stop it from happening.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:21 PM
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I trust RP whole heartedly, and I will follow him to a 3rd party vote if necessarily. I think he would take it to be honest.
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:21 PM
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See, I don't see your reasoning for this.....Obama or a GOP Obama clone. Do you really feel any other of the Republican candidates represent conservative values? Do you feel better as long as a RINO gets voted in, just because he is labeled a Republican?

I am tired of all the bull#, all the lies of the Republican Party.....it is Ron Paul or no one. Do you realize the base of the Republican Party are mostly elderly? Ron Paul is the only one who brings the youth into the Republican Party.


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If you think Romney or Santorum have a snowballs chance in hell of beating Obama then



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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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I'm sure you have your reasons as to why you support Ron Paul, and that's great! However It's clear that we don't share the same views.

I will be voting for Obama because I believe he has done a damn good job wit the mess he inherited from the Bush administration and in another 4 years things will be significantly better.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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I will never give up on ron paul, and I know he has millions of supporters like me who will follow him. We just need to stick together, and not let the media and the gov separate us. No one but Ron. NO ONE. I will follow Ron no matter what.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:27 PM
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Originally posted by muse7
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I'm sure you have your reasons as to why you support Ron Paul, and that's great! However It's clear that we don't share the same views.

I will be voting for Obama because I believe he has done a damn good job wit the mess he inherited from the Bush administration and in another 4 years things will be significantly better.


considering you call yourself "american socialist", your comments do not surprise me. People like me who will fight for liberty and freedom, will fight others such as yourself who want to take over this great country and destroy the ideas it was founded on.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:33 PM
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Just like your comments do not surprise me!


Oh wait you're a Ron Paul fan, so that means you must be telling the absolute truth right?


I hope you enjoy working those 80 hour work weeks, with no workplace regulations if your Ron Paul fantasy comes true



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:41 PM
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Originally posted by muse7
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Just like your comments do not surprise me!


Oh wait you're a Ron Paul fan, so that means you must be telling the absolute truth right?


I hope you enjoy working those 80 hour work weeks, with no workplace regulations if your Ron Paul fantasy comes true


Yes, I am telling the absolute truth. And I already work 80-90 hours a week because I'm a business owner and I know what it takes to succeed. It's called sacrifice. Those who are willing to work hard and make sacrifices, will see the bigger payoff. And I refuse to let those who just want to tag along for the ride rape me of all my hard work and earnings. I'm the one making the sacrifices and I'm tired of seeing it get stolen from me year after year.

RP2012
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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:43 PM
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Case in point you support Ron Paul because you're a business owner and he would get rid of regulations.

Would still vote ron paul if you're a single mother with 2 kids working a minimum wage job?

Don't think so

and if you still would, then I think you would be suffering from a MAJOR case of stockholm syndrome.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:46 PM
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If he gets a vP nod or fed/ treasury job and the respect he deserves yes

If not most Of us will likely not vote ever again

Reject their system



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:51 PM
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Seems like that mom does alright playing the system.

Ron Paul supporters are tired of those who take from the system while give nothing back, and those who control the system - playing us off on each other.

Its time for us who work to fund the system take control back.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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Originally posted by MidnightTide
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Seems like that mom does alright playing the system.

Ron Paul supporters are tired of those who take from the system while give nothing back, and those who control the system - playing us off on each other.

Its time for us who work to fund the system take control back.


I'm just glad that only Paul supporters have the same mindset as you do.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:59 PM
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It's already been a big win for Paulites. Awareness has been raised dramatically on a whole host of issues, and a large constituency has made its voice heard via Ron Paul's run. Couldn't have asked for more.

Don't care much however for the tone of the OP as I always hate to see people laughing it up while jumping up and down on another person's dissapointment or failure, shame on you OP for being an ugly cynic with ill will in your heart for your fellow American citizems who care deeply about the state of the nation. I'll bet you're also a war mongerer, and someone who voted for Bush/Cheney a 2nd time..



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:59 PM
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I think the best President and Vice President team would be an Obama/Romney ticket or vice versa. They are practically the same so why not.

How could a democrat not vote for Romney?Ofcourse, that depends on which years they chose to view his voting records on.

If you think about it Romney is the perfect candidate that meets everyone needs. He tells the Republicans what they want to hear and does what the democrats want him to do. So he has both sides covered.

IMO if the voting process is not rigged the GOP will make the same fatal mistake it did on the last election by ignoring the RP voters. At best this is going to be a close race against the Obamanut and the GOP will lose the majority of the Ron Paul voters if he is not selected. Ron Paul supporters are not party cheerleaders and will not vote for the lesser evil because their is no lesser evil between Romney , Obama, or Gingrich.

In the last election Ron Paul did not support or endorse McCain so I would highly doubt he would accept a Romney vice presidential position.

Note: The Romney,Gingrich,Santorum supporters are majority party cheerleaders and they will vote for party no matter what in order to beat Obama/Democrats. The Majority of RP supporters that I have seen don't see any differences between Romney,Gingrich,Santorum or Obama nor do they believe in the lesser of the two evil. Therefore, they would not feel that they are wasting their vote in either writing in RonPaul or voting third party.

The bottom line as I see it, is that the GOP has to make some simple strategical decisions:
1. Can the GOP afford to lose the Ron Paul votes?
2. Which GOP candidate has the most potential to lose the most base votes if not selected?




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