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Why the GOP Is Scared of Ron Paul and 4 Reasons He Might Still Get the 2012 Republican Nomination

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posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 11:11 AM
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I made this thread a day before:

22-8-2012
www.abovetopsecret.com...




posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 11:18 AM
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You know what I'm waiting for? I'm waiting for Ron to select a running mate.

He ought to peg a black who is in favor of Liberty. Hell, grab a black woman, just to piss off the masters of manipulation. Do it, Ron.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 11:57 AM
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Originally posted by antar
Really it looks like both or all sides are against him and if you have a few minutes to read an article that will shed the truth on why they are all fighting so hard to keep him down, ignored and out, then I commend you for taking the time to learn something significant. Note the political names included in this informative piece of evidence.

After Monetary Collapse:
Strict Reconstruction or More Bork?
www.goldensextant.com...


What most do not understand is how everything seems to be staged in order to create some odd new central banking system rather than allowing for the economic collapse. The real reason Dr. Paul has been denied by the other camp is that his plan would bypass the total corruption included in the current direction and instead create a slow change over based on the Gold and Silver in physical rather than paper and credit.

Both Obama and Romney are in the same camp. They will do everything and all to make sure Ron Paul is not in the picture.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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OutKast, I am with you...I cannot take all of these Ron Paul threads anymore. My opinion is that he is out, and I began to change my opinion of those on this board that follow him blindly, reminiscent of 2008 no...?

Without Congress and the Senate behind him or any POTUS, they cannot change much...

MarineSniper



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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I think that the GOP had better nominate RP. The GOP is so far gone that this is the last chance they have to pull itself back from the edge of destruction.

Most people have lost patience with the GOP and the only reason they still have the support they do is because they played off of fear and hatred for the Left.

RP can bring some legitimacy back to the GOP and soften their reputation. RP will work with other people to make legislation that works for America.

Romney and Obama will just rubber-stamp what they are told to without any concern of consequence.

So we better hope and pray RP gets in. Otherwise you can kiss our asses goodbye and welcome 1984.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 12:37 PM
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One more week...just one more week...and then no more threads on how Ron Paul is going to win the nomination. Either way....either he gets it or he doesn't...I'm just tired of all the threads of desperation...and I am looking forward to the end.


What will the next fantasy be once RP's campaign is finally over?

I’m envious that some people have a candidate they admire so much but….it was over a long time ago. Reality is a hard pill to swallow.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 12:45 PM
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it was over a long time ago. Reality is a hard pill to swallow.


That's how many of us feel about Romney. He is the sacrificial lamb for the GOP. He is taking his final shot at president so the GOP does not have to take over the country at such a difficult time. They want Obama to win so they can just blame him. And in 2016 they can run a real Republican...not a former Democrat that jumped ship for the right price.

So given the choices we have, I would rather have hope in a longshot than settle for a shortfall.

If RP is not the nominee, kiss the GOP goodbye and they can only hope they have any support after the crap they pulled this election cycle.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 12:53 PM
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Originally posted by marinesniper0317
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
 


OutKast, I am with you...I cannot take all of these Ron Paul threads anymore. My opinion is that he is out, and I began to change my opinion of those on this board that follow him blindly, reminiscent of 2008 no...?

Without Congress and the Senate behind him or any POTUS, they cannot change much...

MarineSniper


Here's one just for you.

www.youtube.com... just go to the 3 min mark. This was hard to find because youtube closed many accounts which brought this sound byte to our attention first, just like slayer.

If you can't hear it, I can still hear you. Seeing is believing, and THAT is the sound, and vision, of a zionist shill.
The original continuous track is superbly done, and superbly noted, by many. Fox at it's finest. Oh, and I hear ya, sniper. The very best ones are most easily spotted. This guy is a classic.

Next:

www.youtube.com...

Marine sniper, you deserver your own piece of scrap paper, you're that good. Ha heh heh ha.

Best one I've seen in years, I tell ya, years.
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posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 01:31 PM
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It seems that more than just the GOP seen Ron Paul and his followers as a threat...
Check out this thread I just posted:

Ron Paul supporters equated to Nazis and drug dealers (Ridiculous)



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 01:46 PM
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It's so simple it's scary. Either we take care of ourselves, or they will do it for us. Any sense of localized autonomy, personal, state, even national, must be quashed, psychologically, unfairly, and with force, automated calculating force. The game is so huge I can barely see it. But it's important to mark some shining examples, as, well, as being playbook. By remembering them, seeds are planted. They really ought to stand down. Just like they should have stopped drinking, many drinks ago. Too late to do that,

So here are a few guys saying, yes, we need another round of MIC 911's and shredding of inalienable rights, do we not? Here's your star.

I don't think it would have passed if the patriot act were called the 'shred the 4th amendment' act!
Exactly how is this 'tiring'?

Let's toast to our captors!



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 02:41 PM
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I know this, my household will be voting for Ron Paul even if we have to write him in and regardless of whatr other people think, we will have at least voted our conscience and Yes, a vote for Ron Paul is a vote against Obama and all those with him and a rejection of Romney and the con we refuse to buy-in on....we know their is no difference between Obama and Romney; we know the Republican and Democratic Parties are owned and controlled by the same Globalist Collectivists Pirates.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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Originally posted by freakjive

Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
Either way....either he gets it or he doesn't...I'm just tired of all the threads of desperation...and I am looking forward to the end.


And the rest of us are looking forward to an end to this corporate, military machine that is the US and the only way we're going to get it is with Ron Paul. It certainly isn't going to stop with Obama or Romney.

There's no desperation here. The article and my OP are stating facts of what's happened during the primary.


He is not going to get the nomination, and even if he does, no one is going to vote for a 77 year old man who wants to totally dismantle the social safety net. At least in enough numbers to win. I am so sick of the republican party, so disconnected from working people and claiming to be the savior of us all. Nothing but a bunch of corporate mercinaries who do the will of the highest bidder. And All Paul wants to do is disarm the government so predatory capitalism can have EVERYTHING. And NO the dems arent much better.
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posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 05:22 PM
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You forgot reason #5:



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 05:31 PM
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why do ron paul supporters think the GOP is scared of him?

Where are you getting your "theories" from? Is anyone saying this at this point the in media or on C-Span?
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posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 06:12 PM
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LOL. The GOP scared of Ron Paul?

Why would they be scared of a Freemason that turns "infowarriors" into Bieber-bots begging for the Rothschild's next phase, the gold standard?

Don't be so naive, "truthers".

www.redpillfactory.com...



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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Can we stop calling them the GOP? What is GOP anyways? Im pretty sure its false advertising. Call them the POS.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
One more week...just one more week...and then no more threads on how Ron Paul is going to win the nomination.

Either way....either he gets it or he doesn't...I'm just tired of all the threads of desperation...and I am looking forward to the end.


I couldn't agree more. It is absurd at this point.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 10:34 PM
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youtu.be...

If the GOP didn't fear him then why are they changing the rules at the last minute? I even provided you a media source.



posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 11:39 PM
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The real reason Dr. Paul has been denied by the other camp is that his plan would bypass the total corruption included in the current direction and instead create a slow change over based on the Gold and Silver in physical rather than paper and credit.


yah except I just read that the GOP could be planning to talk about returning to the gold standard at the convention


Drafts of the party platform, which it will adopt at a convention in Tampa Bay, Florida, next week, call for an audit of Federal Reserve monetary policy and a commission to look at restoring the link between the dollar and gold.


The move shows how five years of easy monetary policy – and the efforts of libertarian congressman Ron Paul – have made the once-fringe idea of returning to gold-as-money a legitimate part of Republican debate.


www.ft.com...

And I think Ron Paul and his supporters know how much their activism had to with this trend. Will the Obama camp go for such a thing? Or will they just stick with culling the Islamic vote by having Islamic speakers at their convention.

Obama and the Democrats are more into European socialism and the Euro and do not care about the dollar.
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posted on Aug, 24 2012 @ 11:44 PM
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Originally posted by RedPillFactory
LOL. The GOP scared of Ron Paul?

Why would they be scared of a Freemason that turns "infowarriors" into Bieber-bots begging for the Rothschild's next phase, the gold standard?

Don't be so naive, "truthers".

www.redpillfactory.com...





You seem to be missing something. The Rothschilds own most of the gold. If they are interested in the gold standard, it is only to back up the Euro and other currencies with it, not the dollar.





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