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Ron Paul strikes back

Discussion in 'Politics' started by medicineman, May 21, 2007.

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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    Ron Paul Goes On The Offensive In Austin, VIDEO
    Ron Paul Goes On The Offensive In Austin
    Slams rival candidates as establishment shills, attacks GOP factions who tried to bar him from debates, exposes New World Order and military-industrial complex Paul Joseph Watson & Aaron Dykes
    Prison Planet
    Monday, May 21, 2007



    During a campaign stop in Austin Texas this weekend, Presidential candidate Ron Paul called for bringing home U.S. troops and an end to a welfare state that benefits only big business at the expense of the poor and the middle class, while attacking his rival candidates as establishment shills who are out of touch with the sentiment of the American people.

    The Texas Congressman also slammed the New World Order, the North American Union and the move towards global government which is being implemented partly by the erosion of U.S. sovereignty and the Bush administration's suicidal immigration policy.
    "I think even our first President Bush said that the New World Order was in tune and that's what they were working for. The U.N. is part of that government. They're working right now very significantly for a North American Union - that's why there are a lot of people in Washington right now who don't care too much about our borders. They have a philosophic belief that national sovereignty is not important. It's also the reason that I have made very strong suggestion that we need not be in the United Nations for our national security," Congressman Paul said.
    During the event, Paul called for the troops to be brought home and chastised the Democrats for failing to offer any alternatives for the catastrophe in Iraq.
    "As a physician, I was always taught, if you give the wrong diagnosis, the wrong treatment, just doing more of the same does nothing to help the patient," Paul said.
    The Congressman cited the legacy of the founding fathers in warning against becoming involved in foreign entanglements.
    "The founders were absolutely right on this issue-- that if you talk with people and make friends with people and trade with people, we're much better off than trying to impose our will on them," said Paul.
    "This actually did not start with this administration nor the previous administration. This has been smoldering for about 100 years. It was Woodrow Wilson that said 'We as Americans will make the world safe for democracy.' And look what's happened since World War I," added the Congressman.

    The presidential candidate also laughed off the suggestion from Neo-Cons that he should have run as a Democrat, citing his record as the most conservative member of the House as an example of how warped the partisan political spectrum had become.
    The Congressman found it telling that some factions of the GOP were trying to bar the most Constitutional-orientated candidate from even taking part in future televised debates. This followed a move which was later dropped on behalf of the Michigan branch of the Republican Party to bar Paul from future events.

    "Isn't it interesting that the establishment figures that the one who most defends the Constitution has to be eliminated from the debates - what's going on this country?" asked Paul.
    Elaborating, Paul attacked his rival candidates for being establishment shills with policies sympathetic only to the elite and contrary to the sentiment of the majority of American citizens, adding that they had only "dug themselves into a hole" by refusing to acknowledge the fact that 70% oppose the war.
    The Congressman also sounded off on the welfare state, stating that while some welfare, mostly crumbs, goes to the poor, most welfare actually goes to "the military industrial complex and to bankers," a problem he would address as President.

    More and more he's looking like my candidate, what do you think, Vi, Wavels, 7X?
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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    i think you should put your clown suit on and dance around in the streets. Ron Paul said. Do you have any idea why they attacked us? We have been bombing Iraq for 10 years. referring to 9/11. thats why they wanted to ban him from the debates.
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    Idiot!~LOL~
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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    to hide yourself from the truth you regress. calling others names will not save you.
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    Save me from what, Idiots like you. Here's the language you understand, Babble.
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    7xstall

    7xstall Well-Known Member

    i've been registered as Republican since i was 18 but that will change if they don't start paying attention to the only real conservative candidate.

    i fully support Ron Paul's position on working With the middle east rather than being on this crazy cat herding mission to "spread democracy" there. they clearly don't want it right now and it's up to them...

    it would be like walking up to an orange tree and telling it, "you know, i really like apples, you should grow apples. if you grow apples i'll give you lots of good fertilizers and spray you with stuff to kill bugs. if you don't grow apples i'm going to chop you down."

    first of all, the tree didn't listen.

    second of all, you can plant an apple tree next to the orange tree and then have both.

    third, your ax is very dull and you don't have any gloves....







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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    im a idiot but yet you ignore the truth. i feel sorry for you man.
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    Don't bother, I don't need an idiots sympathy!
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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    idiot means uneducated or ignorant. uneducated in the truths involving the iraq war and saddams link with al queda. and once these truths are presented to you you're too ignorant to face them. so idiot seems to fit you nicely. you constantly make post like thistrying to prove a point when infact you're only proving your own ignorance. i do pity you and the rest of me countrymen for your inability to face the truth of the dangers facing this country. terrorist have attacked us twice on our own soil and many times on foreign land. get your head out your ass and wake up.
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    Your posts exemplify your lack of intelligence. So to save time in arguing with a brick, I just say Idiot and leave it at that, and oh yeah, go fuck yourself.
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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    even ron paul says that iraq had a hand in 9/11. you're blind. my post are backed by facts. yours are backed by hypotheticals and conspirators. you are truly a fool.
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    krime13

    krime13 Well-Known Member

    I think you have just contradicted your self man
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    hempie

    hempie New Member

    is same as blaming us for the attack, saying its our fault which it isnt. ill give you a history lesson some other day.
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    krime13

    krime13 Well-Known Member

    Hmmmm, should I be 1 scared?2 angry? 3 indiferent? 4?
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    ViRedd

    ViRedd New Member

    Sometimes, this forum reminds me of the Shiites and the Kurds bantering back and forth.

    Vi
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    LordMilowski

    LordMilowski Active Member

    Ron Paul also believes in states rights over federal

    small government

    and most importantly, private ownership of property for everyone, even superceding that of the national claim on that property.

    ... he's not really a Republican... I'd argue that the Republicans and Democrats are pretty much the same thing today, Democrats are more verbally focused on domestic issues, Republicans on international, but they both have the same goals for each. Larger government. More Taxes to support less individual choice and more state/federal sponsored choices. More globalism controlled by a smaller number of larger "communities." More federal ownership of property, and more taxation on the "priviledge" us little-people have to use it.

    I mean c'mon, all growers can appreciate a LITTLE FRIGGIN' PRIVACY, HUH?!?

    And Ron Paul is the only candidate that is verbally and adamantly opposed to this.

    So I'd say he's more of a libertarian. And as of now he's probably got my vote too...

    I'm with you Medecineman!!!

    Oh, and uh, there are a lot of very important issues and legislation taking place today as well as 9/11 and Iraq.
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    ViRedd

    ViRedd New Member

    Yes, Ron Paul is a libertarian ... and there are other's in the Republican party as well. They're kind like undercover agents for liberty. *lol*

    Vi
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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    They're so far undercover that they don't even know it. Look at what Judyani had to say about Pauls view on 911. I don't know of one republican that could wipe the sweat off of Ron Pauls balls, they are idiots. Come on name one libertarian republican besides Ron Paul. If you are Republican and what it stands for, you are most certainly anti-libertarian!
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    ViRedd

    ViRedd New Member



    Med ---------->>> The Rosie O'Donnel of Rollup.org.



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    medicineman

    medicineman New Member

    I think you've lost your fucking mind, I've had my suspicians but you have gone over the top, Farewell my old friend, It used to be so swell to debate you, but your mind has fled the scene.

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