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Old 11-26-2011, 01:35 AM
 
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Ron Paul makes his own decisions, and we can trust his judgment to be sound.
What? Paul's judgment is not sound NOW...nor ever has been!

Didn't you hear David Gergen in that clip...say Libertarians are happy with Paul in that debate? Gergen worked for Reagan....I think he knows a Republican from a libertarian. Paul is a LIBERTARIAN.

Your 'dog' just plain won't hunt, ma'am!!
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Old 11-26-2011, 08:24 AM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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When you go bonkers over a dubious candidate, you often wind up 'hanging your candidate.' That's what you've done with this post, emily!!

If Donna Brazile, a vile Democrat party promoter of BO, agrees with Ron Paul, it makes it precisely clear that Paul is NO conservative, in ANY sense of the word.

Noticed Ari Fleischer pointed out only 8 to 10% follow Mr. Paul regarding the issue. As usual, nothing of impact.
You need to watch this video....several times:

FOX NEWS BANNED FOOTAGE OF RON PAUL SC DEBATE 1/10/08 - YouTube
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Old 11-26-2011, 08:25 AM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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What? Paul's judgment is not sound NOW...nor ever has been!

Didn't you hear David Gergen in that clip...say Libertarians are happy with Paul in that debate? Gergen worked for Reagan....I think he knows a Republican from a libertarian. Paul is a LIBERTARIAN.

Your 'dog' just plain won't hunt, ma'am!!
"The heart soul of conservatism is libertarianism-"Ronald Reagan.
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Old 11-26-2011, 08:26 AM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Ron Paul Powerful Speech - A Call for Revolution? - YouTube

Dr. Paul does a great job here breaking down the ills facing America.
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Old 11-26-2011, 09:21 AM
 
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Ron Paul Powerful Speech - A Call for Revolution? - YouTube

Dr. Paul does a great job here breaking down the ills facing America.
We know Paul can 'break down' a few of the problems. But, it's his solution's that are weird and kooky, and scare the stew outta us!!

Your 'dog' won't hunt, pal.
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Old 11-26-2011, 09:27 AM
 
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"The heart soul of conservatism is libertarianism-"Ronald Reagan.
Then tell him to run on a 'Libertarian ticket.' Conservative Republicans are NOT going to support a libertarian whose ways are far 'left.' >>You should realize that fact by now!!
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Old 11-26-2011, 10:08 AM
 
Location: SC
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When you go bonkers over a dubious candidate, you often wind up 'hanging your candidate.' That's what you've done with this post, emily!!

If Donna Brazile, a vile Democrat party promoter of BO, agrees with Ron Paul, it makes it precisely clear that Paul is NO conservative, in ANY sense of the word.

Noticed Ari Fleischer pointed out only 8 to 10% follow Mr. Paul regarding the issue. As usual, nothing of impact.
Ron Paul appeals to all kinds of people not just conservatives. He is the only candidate who talks about peace and freedom and that appeals to all Americans. Most Americans are SICK of the wars and SICK of untrustworthy leaders and SICK of being oppressed by government. Ron Paul is attractive to a lot more than just members of a single party.
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Old 11-26-2011, 10:17 AM
 
Location: Washington state
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We know Paul can 'break down' a few of the problems. But, it's his solution's that are weird and kooky, and scare the stew outta us!!

Your 'dog' won't hunt, pal.
You've bought into it all the msm and the two parties shovel at you, huh? I guess Paul must scare you because he's different than everybody else. Well, enjoy the status quo..because that's what you're going to get no matter the letter after the next president's name..



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Old 11-26-2011, 10:42 AM
 
Location: FL
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IMHO Ron Paul is the one of the best Republicans for 2012 Presidential Nominaion. Too bad the media keeps creating doubt with the constant reporting that he is whacko meaning he's not a progressive/socialist. And Ron Paul himself sounding overzelous about reducing the deficit, ending wars, closing the Fed... People shy away from extremes. He has the best answers. We really must admit to ourselves that it will take a long time for us to restore America and because of this time element perhaps Ron Paul is not really all that extreme!
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Old 11-26-2011, 10:57 AM
 
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IMHO Ron Paul is the one of the best Republicans for 2012 Presidential Nominaion. Too bad the media keeps creating doubt with the constant reporting that he is whacko meaning he's not a progressive/socialist. And Ron Paul himself sounding overzelous about reducing the deficit, ending wars, closing the Fed... People shy away from extremes. He has the best answers. We really must admit to ourselves that it will take a long time for us to restore America and because of this time element perhaps Ron Paul is not really all that extreme!
I couldn't agree more. I just hope enough Americans are smart enough to see past it. It seems like the Liberal "Huffington Post" readers are getting regular exposure and education to what Ron Paul would offer them. Fox News has Neil Cavuto and Judge Napolitano so some of the Sean Hannity neo-con followers who might be a little bored with neoconism can get an education about Ron Paul from them.

Larry Kudlow on CNBC is fairly pro- Ron Paul.

Geraldo loves Ron Paul.

There are other media personalities that do too. It is a big cross-section.
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