Ron Paul in 2008!

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by freedom1, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. freedom1

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    I just heard Ron Paul of Texas will be running for president in 2008. He's a real patriot and will be a true anti-new world order candidate.
     
  2. Realgeorge

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    Very pleased that Mr. Paul finally is making the bid. He will be amazingly vilified by the mainstream media. I wonder if American and Joe Sixpack will give him a chance. Sadly, if a Ron Paul were ever to get elected to such a high position, his soon-to-be Widow should make all preparations. Good men at the top will be assassinated by the NWO

    I nominate James Traficant for Paul's running mate!
     
  3. White Shogun

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    I will vote for Ron Paul, without reservation. I just don't think he'll even win a party nomination. If he runs as Libertarian he won't get the time of day.
     
  4. Realgeorge

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    I think he could throw in his lot with the America First Party. Traficant was headed that way just before the Lynch Mob got him

    www.americafirstparty.org

    Will Ron Paul be our George Burton?
     
  5. Bunnyman

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    Tancredo is also going to run. Hopefuly, one will drop out as they will take votes from each other.
     
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    After Ron Paul blew the doors off the competition in straw poll voting on "pajamas media", he was mysteriously removed from the ballot. He is back on the ballot and again leading all candidates.
     
  7. DixieDestroyer

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    As Alex Jones put it...Ron Paul is "Founding Father Material". Although I love Tancredo's stand(s) on the illegal invasion, Dr.Paul's the best all-around candidate hands-down. He's the most adament defender of the Constitution!

    http://www.ronpaul.org/
     
  8. jaxvid

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    Ron Paul is the most outrageously principled man in the universe. His life is an inspiration to everyone. In the once upon a time long dead old school America he would have been an influential leader and a political icon. But in our post modern morally decrepit society he is a fringe figure, if he ever gets any real publicity the tribal press will murder him.

    I really like the guy but I wonder, he's not a young man anymore, it's too bad he didn't get some kind of shot at a white house run earlier on (like when he ran on the Libertarian ticket).
     
  9. DixieDestroyer

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    JaxVid, you are very correct about the integrity & principle of Dr.Paul. The Globalist Elite (who control the Government/Media complex) will never let a non-puppet into their White House. That's why the Globalist's "mainstream" media is intentionally ignoring Congressman Paul's canidacy. Be that as it may, he still has my vote and I'll continue to campaign for him. I'm tired of picking the "lesser of two evils" between the GOP & DNC. Both parties' "leadership" are complete pawns/shills for their NWO masters (CFR, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg Group, etc.) The Globalists just love hoodwinking the American populace with their phony Left/Right paradigm aka "Good Cop, Bad Cop" routine! I'm done buying into it!

    http://www.ronpaul2008.com/Edited by: DixieDestroyer
     
  10. Baseball Fan

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    Yeah I order two shirts and a button supporting Ron Paul for President. I won't donate to the political campaign because those people probably don't know what they are doing, a grassroots effort works better anyway and you know where the money goes. I saw my friend with one the other day, and I was like Whoh where did you get that? http://www.cafepress.com/

    Type in Ron Paul in the search engine and you'll find a bunch of stuff. Has some interesting shirts, though a mainstream site. Something has to tell you that these elections are rigged, even on mainstream sites the lowest I've seen him among republicans is third. I'm shocked he's ahead of Tom Tancredo considering Tancredo has raised 1.3 Million already and has Pat Buchanan's sister as his manager. Decent for early in the campaign. If Paul starts a mass number of winning primaries they'll probably pull a George Wallace and assinate him saying a crazy janitor did it.

    Tancredo has a pretty good platform, but he won't touch the Federal Reserve and his foreign policy is the ADL's wet dream.Edited by: Baseball Fan
     
  11. Colonel_Reb

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    You can find some cool items on Cafepress.com. I have 2 shirts from there, plus a mousepad and a couple other things that I bought back in 05.
     
  12. Bart

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    Ijust listened to one of the most enjoyable rants I've ever heard. Jamie Kelso speaking at length about Ron Paul, Republican candidates,Hannity, Limbaugh, Horowitz and a few other issues. He tells of a a soldier named Matt Sanchez who was recently given the Academic Freedom Award byconservatives.Turns out he is also known as Rod Majors-gay porn star. This is found at the 18:45 mark. I've onlylistenedfor 36 minutes and thus far it is a hoot!CAUTION! WARNING! RED ALERT !If you are a Neo-Con or AIPAC supporter- please do not listen -youmaybe offended.


    http://www.acidplanet.com/components/embedfile.asp?asset=961 661&T=6187
     
  13. DixieDestroyer

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    BF, thanks for the link to CafePress. I may order some bumperstickers for my pickup (to put next to my JBS & InfoWars ones).[​IMG]
     
  14. Colonel_Reb

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    Bart, that was a great link. There is no doubt that it is an intentional snub. I have been reading up on Paul as I didn't know anythingabout him until y'all started talking about him.
     
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    I tuned in Bill Maher's "Real Time" tonight to watch his interview of Ron Paul. Maher is apoor interviewer and he wasted a lot of the segment asking Paul questions about the Civil War and other irrelevant topics, trying to paint him as a way out libertarian rather than a common sense Constitutionalist.


    Maher delivered a good joke at the end of the show during his New Rules segment. He wasranting about legalizing marijuana and ending the decades long "War on Drugs" and said (paraphrasing), "The government is interested in finding out whatever black men are addicted to and then imprisoning them for it. It's a miracle they haven't outlawed fat white women." [​IMG]
     
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    I was listening to Sean Hannity's radio show today, and a caller wanted to talk about Ron Paul. Hannity had nothing good to say about Paul, and kept repeating negative things about him - Unelectable, can't win, libertarian etc.... I guess pro-gay, pro-choice, pro-amnesty and pro-everything else candidates are a better decision as long as they are republican...what a joke!!!
     
  17. DixieDestroyer

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    I heard that interview too. I expected as much from NeoCON mouthpiece/Globalist shill "Pawn Vanity". He's correct in that the Globalist Elite would never allow a non-puppet like Dr.Paul into their White House, but we cannot let the NWO sway us from supporting Congressman Paul!
     
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    Who is Hannity supporting? I haven't listened to his show in a long time, I don't know who he wants to win the nomination. I'm guessing Giuliani?
     
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    Probably one of the Globalist shills like "RINO" Rudy or "NeoCON" Newt (if he enters the race).
     
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    Maher likes to think of himself as "Libertarian," but I think Paul helped him realize that he's not. Maher is really just a liberal who likes to smoke weed.[​IMG]

    Having said that, Maher is a talented comedian, and he's very entertaining when he's skewering Bush and the war. But he really gets on my nerves when he discusses anything regarding race. Fortunately this season he's been preoccupied with Bush/ Iraq so I haven't had to put up with that.
     
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    I caught the show as well. I found it very revealing how when given
    an alternative solution to America's deadliest war, DL Hughley and
    Maher threw cheap shots at the notion after Ron Paul could no
    longer reply. Paul just pointed out that the US is the only country to
    end slavery by means of a war. Other countries bought their slaves
    freedom. To me, this actually sounds like a solid solution. Rep. Paul
    went on to mention that Lincoln actually didn't care about the state
    of Africans in the US.

    What it reveals IMO is what they (Maher and Hughley) really cherish
    about the civil war; the death of thousands of white confederates. Edited by: C Darwin
     
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    Maher is Mr. White Liberal when it comes to black-white racialissues. But he's also a hard-core Zionist. The central importance of Israel and its influence over the U.S. government and media is never mentioned on Maher's show despite all the talk about the Iraq occupation and U.S. foreign policy in general.Thelong-time unmentionable topic of theIsrael Lobby, thanks to Jimmy Carter, profs Walt and Mearsheimer, and others, isn't as taboo as it used to be, but it still is on Real Time.


    Also,Maher constantly bashes Christianity and Islam, but Judaism always gets a pass. Maher likes to mention how he was brought up Catholic, but he's also half-Jewish, which is hardly something that can be hidden given his looks and beliefs.


    The other side of the coin is that his is one of the few shows where the Bush administration and (some of) its enablers are regularly mocked and criticized, sometimes quite strongly. But it's criticism and observations that always come from what's generally referred to as the far left.White people as alwaysare unrepresented.
     
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    Actually, there was one "racial" topic that he hit squarely on the head. During his "New Rules" segment, he said, to paraphrase, "New rule: not every black guy in a commercial has to be smart." It was so great! He's one of the few people in the media to bring this up, let alone criticize it.
     
  24. Colonel_Reb

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    Ron Paul is now 8th out of 13 Republican candidates in the AFAstraw poll. He pulled ahead of Tancredo. It looks like the Mormons have found out about the poll because Romney is now leading the GOP candidates who have actuallyannounced a campaign. Fred Thompson and Newt are still ahead of him though.
     
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    Fred Thompson is waaaaay out in front, over 30,000 votes. Newt is next with just over 12,000. And neither of these guys has even said they're running for sure. [​IMG]
     

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