Monday, February 20, 2012

One of the World's Last Hero's: Ron Paul


Aaron E. Steele said...

Gawd, its the 1930's all over again. The worst part is my son is going to be of conscription age just when this whole thing is going to blow up.

Geffyl said...

What frightens Republican party leaders is the notion that the Grand Old Party might actually base its politics on values, as opposd to pay-to-play deal-making.

It unsettles the Republican leaders who back only contenders who have been pre-approved by the Wall Street speculators, banksters and corporate CEOs who pay the party’s tab—and kindly pick up some of the bills for the Democrats, as well.

E.G.Palmer said...

I'm whole heartedly behind Ron Paul for President. He's the closest thing to Thomas Jefferson we're going to see in this day and age.

When I began seriously looking into economics, it quickly became obvious that Paul was the only person in Congress who understood how an economy functions, and what damages it.
He's also the only candidate for president, including the current office holder, who doesn't see U.S. military personnel as assets to be expended in order to create favorable business conditions for the Corporatocracy.

dmarks said...

I am not afraid of Ron Paul. He campaigns for, and captures, the hearts of about 4% of the electorate. He will never have any power.

If he did, he'd be dangerous, from his plans to strip citizenship from Americans based on the crimes of their parents, to support for getting rid of the Israelis, to his lies about foreign policy issues that read like they were lifted from an old Bin Laden speech.

Rob Kuntz said...

DMark--The truth of Ron Paul speaks way above your apostatizing. I have studied him very closely for years before arriving at my own conclusions as I am normally a political athesist, so I can say with all certainty that your diatribes are void of any factual matter.