4 responses to “Ron Paul: “If inflation solved our problems, nobody would ever have to work again””

  1. joe

    Everything Dr. Paul is saying makes sense in every which way. I am amazed that the majority of our population have not woke up yet and are still mindless sheep who think the government somehow has all this power to take our taxes do with it as they like, create more and more laws and scenarios that give them more control of the people and our money. The government no longer functions as a body for the people but in fact a parasite that leeches off the people and creates more problems and debt for our future generations. I pray to god the sheep will wake up and realize we need to abolish this system and go back to basic laws of liberty and constitutionalism.

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  2. Jon

    There are always chapters of a high-school History Book to be written about America’s biggest moments.

    I fear my future children, and their children will look at me as having lived through the Bush era and the Second Depression and ask, “what did you do to fight it?”

    I’ve been to a few Ron Paul rallies, and I called my Congressman and emailed my Senators about the bail-out bill, but what else is there to do?

    I hope they forgive me for the debt they’ve been penalized with in the name of socializing the greed of un-American, isolationist, internationalist bankers so powerful in our time.

    If the Fed is abolished by then, I pray.. I will tell my grandkids.. “atleast the beast is dead, now America can become great again.”

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  3. Keith

    I wish that people didn't buy into partisan politics so much. Dr. Paul makes a much better candidate than either McCain or Obama. I cannot, in good conscience, vote for either of those partisan hacks.

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  4. Dan Beaulieu

    What an amazing speaker. Its funny the intellects at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute actually call him "the speedster".

    He may not be president be he's still the best leader this country could have... leaders don't need government to light the way.

    Keep it up Ron!

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