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Why I am a Ron Paul supporter and why I don’t support any of the other candidates.
As you guys probably have guessed it, I am a Ron Paul supporter. I have been a Ron Paul supporter for many years now and I see this time; the 2012 presidential election that this is the last chance to restore sanity in America; with economic, political, foreign, and national policy. I don’t want to see my country go belly-up in bankruptcy because the Elitist financiers and big business (You know… the ones that were too big to fail) placing all the financial burdens on the taxpayers with no consequence or loss of their equity in their respected sector. This favoritism in Washington needs to stop and we the people need to stop supporting the candidates that are chosen by these elitists, corporations and bankers.
The candidates currently lined up for the GOP nomination are Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul. 3 out of these 4 people have a history of changing their stances on issues, supporting bailouts, raising the debt ceiling, and receive money from the big banks that caused our economic pain. Only 1 out of the 4 have stoop up against these too big to fail corporations and central banks (THE FED.) which have had a stranglehold on the USA since 1913 (Birth of the fed.)
For instance – look at Mitt Romney and who is his largest contributor: Goldman Sachs. Who is Goldman Sachs? Goldman Sachs is a large investment bank who has direct ties to the federal reserve. Some of their former board members have went on to be the treasury secretary or the fed chairman. The FED is the US central bank that loans the US government and other banks money that it prints out of thin air. This is called a fiat currency. Every time you print a dollar the dollar printed before it loses its value because it isn’t backed by anything solid – just faith. This is why prices for gas have been going up. The supply is there but the strength of the dollar isn’t. In order for the FED and these Banks to keep this power of printing money (Legal Counterfeiting.) they donate to campaigns that promise to keep them in power. Money buys power, and if you control the printing press; you control the power. This is just an example of why certain candidates do better than others financially and in the media. As George Carlin once said. – ‘Its an exclusive club and you aint in it!’
What my main point is that during any presidential election is that you need to follow who is donating to who to get a better feel on whose side they are really on. Example: Obama’s biggest contributor (yes you guessed it.) it was Goldman Sachs. But why are they donating to Romney? Easy question is easy… they are playing both sides of the game, manipulating the elections through media and financial backing to boost their puppet into office. If one does miraculously lose goldman still wins because they have that politician in their back pocket. This is how American citizens lose each and every time. There is no American voice anymore. It’s gone… as long as people fall for the two sided coin called the republican and democrat parties then there isn’t going to be any change. Just remember, follow the money. The answer is in plain sight.
Why should you vote for Ron Paul? Easy answer. He has a sensible foreign and domestic policy that puts the people in charge of their own life free from government obstruction. It gets the government out of our bedrooms, houses, businesses, family and re-focuses the federal government to enforcing its original purpose; following and enforcing constitutional law instead of deciding what kind of milk we should drink or which country needs to be bombed.
This is it for now. I will be posting more videos in the future. Stay informed and stay away from the Kool-Aid.
Ron Paul 2012 for peace and liberty!
This group of about 25 people who have been leading the Ron Paul movement in Kansas City with their blood, sweat, and tears, decided that between Santorum and Romney, Santorum was the most dangerous “to the concepts of liberty”. Therefore, they agreed to dialogue with the Romney camp about a possible compromise slate. Later in the week leaders of the local Paul strategy team met with the attorneys from the Romney team and hammered out a compromise.
The final outcome of Missouri’s lengthy caucus process may not be known for months. Early results, however, indicate that Ron Paul may well walk away from the state with the most delegates. Yesterday, his supporters overwhelmed the largest pooled caucus – Jackson county, responsible for sending 179 delegates to the state and congressional district conventions – winning over two-thirds of the available delegate slots. Mr. Paul also swept St. Louis, winning all of the city’s 36 delegates.
Missouri’s second and third largest caucuses, which convened last Saturday, reported similar results. In Greene county (111 delegates), Paul backers won nearly 60% of the delegate slots. In St. Charles (147 delegates), they so thoroughly dominated that the county GOP chair, allegedly a Santorum supporter, adjourned the meeting and called in the police to prevent the election from taking place.
Obama’s biggest contributor (yes you guessed it.) it was Goldman Sachs.
March 21 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama’s largest campaign donors last month included employees of Wells Fargo & Co., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., according to an analysis of Federal Election Commission records.
Their support indicates that Wall Street, which gave Obama $16 million for his successful 2008 White House run, is opening its checkbook again for the president. The contributions helped Obama raise $21 million in February, including $6.5 million transferred from a joint fundraising committee with the Democratic National Committee.
Failure is not falling down but refusing to get up.