18 responses to “Ron Paul to Congress: You’re Going to Guarantee a Depression!”

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  7. Dmonypeny

    I have a question. What countries economies are not credit based? I would suspect China. The way our money is even created is around debt. You can not have money without debt crazy as that sounds. What countries do it different and do it right? I imagine they will be the big winners when this card house comes down.

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  8. GlenDora

    It really comes down to the American consumer. About 3 years ago, I was approved for a sub-prime ARM. My then girlfriend and I really sat down and considered it, thinking we would be able to refinance when we had better jobs, more money saved, etc. Then reality set in. She and I wisely came to the conclusion that there was no way that we were going to be able to afford that mortgage if the rate went any higher than it was at that time. WE MADE THE WISE DECISION. We did not risk our credit or our lives for a house that we knew we might not be able to afford. And as a reward, my tax dollars are going to bail out the retards that signed on the dotted line and to bail out the corrupt companies that lent to people that they knew would never be able to repay the loans.
    I say to hell with them all. Both poarties made a choice. They chose greed over wisdom. And now you must reap what you sow. Eventually, citizens and companies acting irresponsibly have to stop running home to Auntie and Uncle Sam to bail them out when they mess up big. Where is the self-accountability?

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  9. Matthew

    I agree with Andrew and Dan, I love it when idiots try to argue with Ron, have I been the only one to notice that people don't TRULY understand what he's saying, like they'll listen to him make a statement, and then they'll like generalize it and then try to rebuttle. But Dan your right, Ron isn't even affected he's just like no you don't understand a damn thing i just said, this is what i said and this is why your stupid and should be fire. at least that's what I hear... He's got way more patience than I, i would of reached for the closest piece of rebar and just started brow beating people with a smile on my face, cuz i'd just plain flat lose it.

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  10. kim carrier

    thank you Ron Paul

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  11. kim carrier

    Congress will continue to ignore their constituents at their own peril and at the peril of the entire country. The vast majority of the public did not take on more debt than they could afford, and they [the public] are not as ignorant as lawmakers would try to make us believe. Maybe the people were woefully ignorant in the early days following the birth of this nation, thus we have the electoral college, but that was a communication infrastructure issue that is not relevant today with mass media and internet, etc. We would be better served by direct democracy than by this perversion of a democracy or capitalistic feudal system that we have now; controlled by and serving special interest-- not the people. The American public are mostly decent hard-working, honest people, who's only fault has been the misplacing of trust in corrupt leaders.

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  12. Dan Beaulieu

    Andrew Said:

    "I love the ridiculous comment about how we are a credit based society and we just have to live with that."

    I agree and good ol' Ron really shut her up!

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  13. Michael Swartz

    I'm really scared Ron

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  14. Prose Before Hos

    You’re Going To Guarantee Another Great Depression...

    Full Text of Ron Pauls speech to the House of Representatives today:
    “Madam Speaker, I rise in strong opposition to this bill, because it won’t solve our problem. It is said that we’re in a liquidity crisis and a credit crunch, and all we need is more...

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  15. jojo

    Pelosi eyecandy? you must be from the UK

    I'll vote for Palin
    a) because she pisses other women off
    b) we're all screwed so choose your poison. hate to think what she'll look like in two years though..

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  16. Andrew

    I love the ridiculous comment about how we are a credit based society and we just have to live with that. Thats the problem, duh. We shouldn't be a credit based society. The constitution doesn't allow for it because this is the problem it solves. Is she supposed to be an expert journalist? Oh wait she's probably just there for eye candy so people's heart rates jump when they see her and they think their new found surge of blood is the crust of intellect rising in their brain, when its just a hormonal response to some T and A.

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  17. jojo

    Did you see Nancy Pelosi's face last Monday after the House vote? .. someone must have told her something along the lines that according to the Bank for International Settlements the amount at risk in the entire derivatives market was $15 trillion.

    http://newworldrhinos.blogspot.com/2008/05/derivatives-market-grows-to-596.html

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  18. Ben

    Our country is embarrassing! What a bunch of fools!

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