Ron Paul for President!!!

page: 3
76
<< 1  2    4  5  6 >>

log in

join

posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:01 AM
link   
it blows my mind that even in our quickly tanking situation the american people would still rather just 'pick the lesser of two evils' *Romney/Bomney* than try to think of a better solution. I mean it's in the constitution that once the government gets out of hand we the people have to make a stand and reimplement the government as we see fit. This is CRUCIAL.




posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:02 AM
link   
As I see it....elect him...and there wont be any issues. So go ahead..try that.

The sad part is...when he doesnt even et nominated let alone elected...we'll have to listen forever about all the conspiracies that kept him FROM being elected.(and not that he didnt EVEN get enough support)

So ..I say...go ahead. Get him elected. Thats fine. Lets see.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:17 AM
link   
reply to post by thehoneycomb
 


Let's not campaign for Ron Paul. And while we're not doing things, let's not think for ourselves and start kicking all of the corrupt politicians out of office. Let's start adding people we like to make the soup taste better, and NOT take out the rotten apples.

You know, because we're not doing anything. Just voting. And we know how much that counts for. Alas for the delusions of democracy.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:26 AM
link   
I haven't stopped campaigning for him, I will write him in if need be.

40°54'36.65" N 72°40'01.74" W on google earth.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:35 AM
link   
I'm writing in Ron Paul's name if I have to come election day. I suggest you do the same if you don't find him on the ballot.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 10:54 AM
link   

Originally posted by thehoneycomb
Who needs campaign money? In the era of social media pfft...who needs it?

It's time for both parties to come together as WE THE PEOPLE and campaign for RON PAUL 2012! He is a man who speaks for the people and represents the people!

A vote for Obama or Romney is a vote for more corporate America or a unionized government monopoly. Either way you are voting for the same failed policies that got us in this mess in the first place.

A President should not have the most campaign money, he should have the most people behind him. People that right now can barely afford to live or feed their children. If you are not voting for Ron Paul you are voting to stay that way!

Lets campaign for Ron Paul in 2012 through social media! Life is not about money and power or who raises the most campaign money especially when you don't have any, so lets help fix it.


Give it up man. RP sold out.

He got too loud and started making too much noise.

either they threatened his family more than likely his son.

OR

This was all a scam to get more money from the true believers

I'll say this RP came as close to hope as your country will ever see for another 10 generations if we dont destroy ourselves. He was your last chance at freedom.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 11:55 AM
link   
OK, so I went aback and reviewed ronpaul2012.com just to make sure I had not missed something. Feel free to support whomever you choose, but I can not and will not ever vote for Ron Paul for any reason.

If he could actually accomplish everything he says he would fight to do, he could completely destroy this country in less than one year. You think you've seen recession or depression? Ha! I want no part of Ron Paul's vision of America. Let him run third party and you'll quickly see that I am not alone.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 11:59 AM
link   
reply to post by Schuhman2
 


That is #in genious........
Hahaha



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 12:31 PM
link   

Originally posted by CrikeyMagnet

Originally posted by litterbaux
It's a game. The game is rigged. If you don't see it by now, there is nothing I can say to convince you. I'll try anyway.


So what if the game is rigged. If you can't see past that, you're concentrating on the wrong game. Social media may be the surprise hero. Stuffy govt types don't get that... And who knows? Maybe you can't win. But your action could at least draw attention to the issue. If democracy is already rigged, then you have nothing to lose but your remaining delusions of freedom.


social media will do nothing to ensure the votes cast are counted correctly for the candidate they were cast for.
The game is rigged, your emotional attachment to a system that is at best defunct and at worst abusive, will only serve to have it maintained for as long as THEY possibly can maintain it.
Truth is, politics is a massive ongoing fraud, non compliance and non participation, is the only REAL choice.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 12:38 PM
link   
reply to post by The X
 


Theres a bit of a problem though. Majority of people don't vote most of the time. So in reality, what does this nonparticipation accomplish? Not a thing. If everyone was participating, and vocal, people would know something was fishy, when the "official" vote goes way differently.

The whole problem is most people don't give a #. They don't notice how anything affects them, outside their own little fishbowl. If a president banned TV or sports or something like that, then people would notice



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 01:44 PM
link   
GO RON PAUL! WOO!

Now, what I really wanted to ask


What's the connection I'm missing between Hitler, Occupy and the 99%??

LOL, I like it, I just don't get it? Hitler leading the charge?



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 01:54 PM
link   
I am the only guy in my town with a big Ron Paul sign on my fence. My neighbors won't comment on it, but it has not been egged or ripped off like others in the area. One of the local politicians has a sign that says "Keep Nancy" and a resourceful citizen used the sign to show his disapproval by painting a circle with a line across it diagonally. Every time I drive past that sign i have to laugh.

Taking a sign that is free and changing the meaning to show how you feel about the candidate is genius. It means the candidate is paying for their own negative press and the more you see the less that politician is liked.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 02:23 PM
link   
Ron Paul is a puppet to the Constitution why vote for him?



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 02:31 PM
link   

Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by Schuhman2
 


That is #in genious........
Hahaha


I guess I don't get it?

All I see is someone's house. I could see it being funny if someone was naked or taking a piss out their front door.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 03:15 PM
link   
Ron Paul for President ? Does he represent the working man?, is this guy genuine?



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 03:44 PM
link   

Originally posted by thehoneycomb

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same result.


Which is exactly what you are doing, the exact same thing you did in 2008 in the exact same way and getting the exact same result.


NOW EVERYONE KNOWS WHO RON PAUL IS...AND HE HAS MORE SUPPORT THAN YOU COULD POSSIBLY IMAGINE.


Actually, he doesn't. When people are actually allowed to vote in a primary, rather than ignore a manipulated caucus system, Paul gets about 11% of the vote. There's no particular reason to expect the Obama zombies to abandon their favoite Light Worker and vote for Paul, so in a general election he would be in the single digits, which is a lot less than many third-party and 'alternative' candidates have gotten this century. For example, in the General Election in 1972 George Wallace got 13.5% and in 1992 Ross Perot: 18.9%. In the 1984 primaries Jesse Jackson got over 18% of the vote. In 1988 he did even better and carried 11-13 states and won 29% of the popular vote. Paul hasn't even come close to those numbers. The idea that he has "more support than you could possibly imagine" is itself imaginary.

It's all over 'cept the crying, the gnashing of teeth, and the usual "we wuz robbed" rhetoric.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 03:56 PM
link   
Is this concluding the evidence WITH or WITHOUT the vote-flipping algorithm software found in the primary states that he averaged ~11%?

Because I have poured over the raw data a while now and I would say that prior to that algorithm kicking in, he was doing pretty darn well over 11% average.

You have to understand, there is clear evidence that the system was rigged outright with the voting machines in the primary states. At least the caucus involved hand counting a LOT of accountability. And we already know that in those, Romney's camp got caught cheating multiple times. This is cold fact.


Originally posted by schuyler

Originally posted by thehoneycomb

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same result.


Which is exactly what you are doing, the exact same thing you did in 2008 in the exact same way and getting the exact same result.


NOW EVERYONE KNOWS WHO RON PAUL IS...AND HE HAS MORE SUPPORT THAN YOU COULD POSSIBLY IMAGINE.


Actually, he doesn't. When people are actually allowed to vote in a primary, rather than ignore a manipulated caucus system, Paul gets about 11% of the vote. There's no particular reason to expect the Obama zombies to abandon their favoite Light Worker and vote for Paul, so in a general election he would be in the single digits, which is a lot less than many third-party and 'alternative' candidates have gotten this century. For example, in the General Election in 1972 George Wallace got 13.5% and in 1992 Ross Perot: 18.9%. In the 1984 primaries Jesse Jackson got over 18% of the vote. In 1988 he did even better and carried 11-13 states and won 29% of the popular vote. Paul hasn't even come close to those numbers. The idea that he has "more support than you could possibly imagine" is itself imaginary.

It's all over 'cept the crying, the gnashing of teeth, and the usual "we wuz robbed" rhetoric.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 03:59 PM
link   

Originally posted by onecraftydude
I am the only guy in my town with a big Ron Paul sign on my fence. My neighbors won't comment on it, but it has not been egged or ripped off like others in the area. One of the local politicians has a sign that says "Keep Nancy" and a resourceful citizen used the sign to show his disapproval by painting a circle with a line across it diagonally. Every time I drive past that sign i have to laugh.

Taking a sign that is free and changing the meaning to show how you feel about the candidate is genius. It means the candidate is paying for their own negative press and the more you see the less that politician is liked.


I need to take a pic of this molested banner that has a politician complete with the Joker "why so serious" paintjob on top of it. OMG hilarious.



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 05:09 PM
link   

Originally posted by thehoneycomb
Who needs campaign money? In the era of social media pfft...who needs it?

It's time for both parties to come together as WE THE PEOPLE and campaign for RON PAUL 2012! He is a man who speaks for the people and represents the people!

A vote for Obama or Romney is a vote for more corporate America or a unionized government monopoly. Either way you are voting for the same failed policies that got us in this mess in the first place.

A President should not have the most campaign money, he should have the most people behind him. People that right now can barely afford to live or feed their children. If you are not voting for Ron Paul you are voting to stay that way!

Lets campaign for Ron Paul in 2012 through social media! Life is not about money and power or who raises the most campaign money especially when you don't have any, so lets help fix it.


I applaud you and I think RP is exactly what we need right now but unfortunately you do need money and I'll give you at least one example. There are large groups of people (many unions) that blindly will vote for a candidate because their organization "endorses" that candidate. You've gotta pay those people off to get an endorsement. Even groups like AARP will endorse a candidate and then you have an entire demographic "older folks" who will say, "well if AARP say's he's the man, then I guess he's the man".

Also in this day in age you don't run on your record and you don't say what it is you will do. You spend a great deal of money on advertisements viciously attacking your opponent. This also costs money.

While your effort might help, my fear is all it does is ensure 4 more years of Obama, which I don't want to see. I voted for Paul but as a realist I'd rather defeat Obama than make some sort of political statement that will be nothing more than a footnote to history (see Ross Perot).



posted on Jul, 19 2012 @ 05:20 PM
link   

Originally posted by Zngland
Ron Paul for President ? Does he represent the working man?, is this guy genuine?


He's definitely genuine. Not sure about the "working man" argument. Shouldn't the POTUS be everyone's POTUS? Shouldn't he represent all of us?

What Paul does is cut through the BS that is our propped up economic system as well as explaining that he would like to transform us from being war mongerers to being more isolationist and working on the problems that are actually IN THIS COUNTRY. Not only would he cut entitlements but he would take a serious knife to the military industrial complex. This doesn't work for the people pulling the strings, which is why he has no chance.

If this were the 60's he'd have probably simply been silenced the old-fashioned way a-la the Kennedys. Since that's not possible anymore they make sure he gets little MSM coverage and is made to look like a kook. After all whats more foolish than getting out of everyone else's business and concentrating on the problems on your own soil?





new topics
top topics
 
76
<< 1  2    4  5  6 >>

log in

join