84 responses to “Oh No, Not Another Bailout!”

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  6. American

    It is great to see everybody responding to this issue. Let’s hope for the best and prepare for the worst. I wish we had many more people with Dr. Ron’s mind set in the government.

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  7. Aaron Davis

    Uh, with all due respect, Dr. Paul respected Ronald Reagan and actually worked to support his campaign to win the Texas republican delegation for president. They saw eye to eye on quite a few things, and had a mutual respect. Reagan believed that Libertarian values were at the core of the republican party, and that folks like Paul were a very necessary voice that needs to be heard in Govt.

    It’s well documented. Reagan’s been quoted several times speaking kindly about Ron Paul. Talk about not doing your research!

    Here’s a crowbar, use it on the foot stuck in your mouth… DOH!

    Aaron

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    1. dtknapp

      Aaron it seems as though Matt has spotted that oddly shaped birthmark on your back…Is it a bulls eye?..hahaha I am a 30 yr old that is living in his 2nd home already..I am one of those people you spoke of in a previous post that didn’t have the 20% downpayment so I took the 6% seller contribution. I can say this though, the people spending more than they have isn’t exaclty our fault, it took many years of planning for this to happen. We were enabled to do this for good reason. Do you think any of the original members of the Fed could forsee this happening? It’s a joke once you know when the seed was planted. I just hope my 401K holds it’s own in this tough time…Oh wait! It’s with J.P. Morgan…it will be fine…lol History seemed really boring in school, but know it’s light has changed, to all who have any doubt about Dr. Paul’s ideas, pick up a book, read about our nations economic history, it tells tales of which were living today…….

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  8. Matthew Stone

    OMG this totally reminds me of Ron Paul back in the 80’s! I think he would have hated Reagen and Volcker (who was a Carter apointee fyi).

    Even a broken clock is…

    I know ‘long term’ he was totally right (as everyone here seems to agree), but man, you peeps ever do your research?

    Ron Paul, circa terrible call. Not only did he not see volcker, but he failed to see Reagan? Soooo Volcker broke the back of inflation, where was the free market then? Oh wait, it was getting ready to screw over someone else? Or maybe be more efficient!

    Check out his paper FROM 1981:

    “Impending Social Strife?
    The greatest threat facing middle and working class Americans
    is our depreciating paper currency.”

    “We probably will see widespread civil disorder in the 1980s,
    as a direct result of our faltering economic system.”

    Man,

    OMG the 80’s were terrible, fraught with “widespread civil disorder”. That was soooooo prescient. Thanks for admitting your prescience, or lack thereof. Or even any humility. At all.

    Two decades later.

    – Matt

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  9. longshotlouie

    Matthew Stone replies:
    December 8th, 2008 at 9:21 pm

    Hi,

    Errr, since rules and oversight are so rad, shouldn’t it also be a good idea then to audit the ‘EVERYONE ELSES’ balance sheets to make sure they aren’t borrowing beyond their means?

    Last I heard it wasn’t the fed’s balance sheet that screwed things up, it was ‘EVERYONE ELSE’buying stuff they couldn’t afford at inflated prices?

    Where is the personal accountability here?!?!
    ———–

    Errr, it’s the ‘last I heard’ part that is causing you a problem.

    Turn off the MSM

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  10. Will

    Id say if we really had to, give the american taxpayers all that money to buy an “American” car and then the car companies would still have to pay us back. Now that’s something somewhat better then giving them an outright loan.

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  11. Guy Garofano

    I think we have to remember what many of the Founding Fathers said in one way or another, which is that the form of government and society they envisioned only works with a moral and educated (or I will say intelligent) citizenry. None of us here want all this government intervention in the economy – but if we have business leaders who are corrupt, or overly greedy, or just plain dumb sometimes we are going to get just what we don’t want. We can’t turn back the clock to the 1840’s or whatever. Most people today may not want socialism, but they also don’t want a free enterprise system that sells out the good of the country in the name of short terms profits, etc. If they see that (or think they see it) they are going to look to the government.

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