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Yes I know, this politicial has nothing to do with white athletes or whites
in general.

But today (Nov. 30th) we are trying to raise a lot of money so to reach his
fundraising goal a month early. This would amount to a HUGE amount of
publicity for Ron Paul.

So if you support Ron Paul. Please donate today.

Thank you.
 

White Shogun

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There five Ron Paul threads already going in Happy Hour. The most active one, updated practically every other day with new posts, can be found here.

The last fund raiser was discussed in depth there. Your info would fit right in!
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He is not pro-white nor does he address the bullies who need to be put in their place. I'll still vote for him but I'll leave it to the whorehouse operators who could care less about white survival to fund his campaign.
 

PitBull

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Wile,

He doesn't have to be pro-white--he's a Constitutionalist. He's already said
that he doesn't suppprt the government lableling its citizens according to
race.

If he gets rid of racial bean-counting, and focuses on standards and
qualifications, it just helps us de facto.
 

jaxvid

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PitBull said:
If he gets rid of racial bean-counting, and focuses on standards and
qualifications, it just helps us de facto.

That's the way it's gotta start anyway.
 

Tom Iron

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Just happily going about putting my Ron Paul signs up all over the place.

Let's just concentrate on getting the guy to be nominated for now and don't nit pick him to death. There are some things he says that I don't agree with, but he's the only game in town for me. If he doesn't get the nomination, I'm not voting for pres.

Tom Iron...
 

whiteCB

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Tom Iron said:
Just happily going about putting my Ron Paul signs up all over the place.

Let's just concentrate on getting the guy to be nominated for now and don't nit pick him to death. There are some things he says that I don't agree with, but he's the only game in town for me. If he doesn't get the nomination, I'm not voting for pres.

Tom Iron...

Totally agree!!! Ron Paul is the only candidate(Kucinich too/however doesn't stand a chance) to right the direction this country is going in.
 

Lance Alworth

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I've been arguing with a Mike Huckabee supporter here lately and how i think Ron Paul is better. What kind of things should I use to defeat his arguments?
 
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At Vdare.com., it was written that Huckabee makes George W. Bush look like Tom Tancredo on the immigration issue.
 

Tom Iron

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Lance Alworth,

Just tell the Huckabee guy that Ron Paul wants to bring all our troops home from all over the globe, not just Iraq and Afghanistan. Also, he wants to get us out of all organizations that hurt us, such as the UN, Nafta, the world bank, etc. He'll also stop all foreign aid to everybody. Then he'll kill all these crummy federal organizations like Homeland security and the education dept. That's just for starters.

Where's Huckabee on these things? Probably the same as all the rest of them.

Tom Iron...
 

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as a lifelong resident of the state of Arkansas, i can tell you that Mike Huckabee started out as a pretty good man and turned into a politician.

he has led the charge to make Arkansas one of the friendliest states in the country to illegal aliens, making it easy as pie for them to get government benefits and what not.

also, he was one of the main figures behind getting a Mexican consulate building put in Little Rock! not only is that a completely horrible idea, it also violates federal law as i understand it (since the Feds are supposed to control that stuff) AND it shows how little he will do to halt the flow of illegal hispanics into the USA.

[edited to correct typos]Edited by: Jimmy Chitwood
 

Colonel_Reb

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Jimmy is right about Huckabee. My parents lived in Arkansas for a few years and know quite a bit about him and his political nature. He is a regular neo-con. I've been discussing Paul and Huckabee with my landlord who is a native Arkansan. He likes him for several various non-political reasons. So far, the thing he was most excited about to tell me in regards to Huckabee was that he was endorsed by Chuck Norris. Yeah, that really convinced me!
 

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The thing with this guy whom I'm debating with is that he opposes Ron Paul and supports Mike Huckabee because he is an evangelical Christian and says Ron Paul is anti-Israel because he wants us to pull out of the war and wont bow down to organizations like AIPAC and other special interest groups.

I myself am a Christian and while I'm not exactly anti-Israel (I actually support them morally in their fight against muslim terrorism) I just don't think we should be giving them a 4 billion dollar welfare check every year. In fact, I think Ron Paul's mid-east plan would actually be beneficial to Israel because he would end their dependency on US foreign aid basically make it to where they would have to stand on their own two feet.

Unfortunately these shysters like John Hagee and Pat Robertson don't see it this way. Any Christian worth his salt should support Ron Paul. As I said before, I am not anti-Israel nor do I have a problem with Israel. I am just tired of the paganistic worship of Israel (as if they can do no wrong) by people like Hagee and Robertson. By the way, Hagee was the moron who said that Jesus was not the messiah, and that Jews don't have to go through Christ in order to get to heaven. What garbage! The bible specifically states the only way to heaven is through Christ. The fact that these snakes like Hagee and Robertson have this cult-like following of evangelicals is very scary. These are the people who are backing Huckabee, and should paint a good picture of what we're up against
 

PitBull

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Lance,

If he is a true Christian, you should tell him that the Iraq War is un-
Constitutional (never voted on in Congress), that it has killed over one
million innocent Iraqi civilians, and that it was never waged against any
country that attacked us on 911. No weapons of mass destruction either.
"Pre-emptive war" was a tactic used by the Nazi's. The Christian doctrine
of war is to only wage war in self-defense. No Christian believes in "pre-
emptive war", and certainly not one that has caused this much mass
slaughter.

BTW, Israel (our "ally") takes its 4 billion every year and uses it to bribe
our politicians. That's not hyperbole. That's an actual fact, and why
AIPAC is the most powerful lobby in Washington D.C.
 

Tom Iron

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PitBull,

Have to correct you on Christianity and war, Christians certainly did/do believe in total war. Haven't you ever heard of the Thirty Years War, or the Dutch war of independance from Spain (80 yrs)? Christians sure got down and dirty then. Whole swathes of Europe were depopulated.

Also, I'm very sure they have it in them to do it again. The only difference being that now when they're going to bury their victims alive, they're going to use a backhoe to did the trench rather than use a shovel.

Tom Iron...
 
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