272 responses to “Ron Paul 2012: Who should be Ron Paul’s running mate?”

  1. Mark Gailey

    Palin might be interesting in the primary, but would never make it beyond due to the liberal media demonization of her as a total bimbo. Her husband Todd would be a more practical consideration.

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  2. Hofmanndawg

    It just dawned upon me why the virtually unknown Chuck Baldwin is in 2nd place for VP on a Ron Paul ticket. It’s because most voters, like myself, were fed into the poll via Chuck’s newsletter. As I posted much earlier… Sarah or The Judge would gather the most votes on a Ron Paul ticket than any other name mentioned. As we all know it’s not likely, but should they win Chuck Baldwin and the others could be named to top posts within the Paul Administration.

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    1. Nick

      Dr. Baldwin isn’t “virtually unknown” (at least amongst the Ron Paul community). He was endorsed by Ron Paul in the 2008 presidential election, and he was also the 2004 Constitution Party VP nominee. I think most people who are active in the Ron Paul movement probably know who he is.

      I don’t think Dr. Paul would ever choose Palin, nor should he. A Paul-Napolitano ticket would have a good chance at winning if Dr. Paul got past the primary.

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      1. Lindsey

        Dr. Baldwin is well known in the Ron Paul movement. Ask the average American who he is and maybe 1 out of 10 thousand will know who he is. That is why someone like Sarah is almost essential to help Ron Paul.

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  3. Mark Gailey

    Luke, you make some important points. But I would still trust Thomas Sowell. As the Law of Attraction points out, dwelling on some negative dynamics WILL prevent one from moving beyond them. Alan Keyes is the real issue of concern here. He has been and excellent communicator for the liberty message, but an even better one for the NeoCon message in stealth, mercenary mode. After all, there was a White House budget for that kind of journalism!

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    1. Hofmanndawg

      Alan Keyes never even receives 25% of the black vote and Thomas Sowell & Walter Williams, even though excellent, are too long in the tooth (old). JC Watts is a young conservative black, but does he draw more votes than Sarah or The Judge to a Ron Paul ticket? That’s the point… getting the votes to win… and still maintaining an Administration that will be fiscally conservative to the max and not only abide by the constitution but restore it’s mandate by doing away with all the unconstitutional CRAP.

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  4. Mark Gailey

    Jim Trafficant and Thomas Sowell should be on this list.

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  5. Luke

    If I had any doubts about the clueless quotient for the average Ron Paul supporter, after reading these readers comments – I can clearly see that the majority of the Ron Paul fans are just as brainless and poorly informed as are the typical Democrat or Neo-Conned GOP voters.

    Alan Keyes? Unbelievable. This guy is a neo-con RAT and he was a former roommate in college with William Kristol, who is an Israel-First, America-LAST traitorous worm and who is largely responsible for the evil and un-Constitutional, unprovoked and immoral attack on Iraq. Neo-Cons are dog meat, people. They are the scum of the Earth and if we are EVER going to take our country back – we are going to have do a whole lot more homework on these neo-con groomed STOOGES than most of the people have who posted comments on this website have done. Same can be said for Sarah Palin and most other names on the list of ‘running mates’.

    Ron Paul even has a Youtube speech still up, where he clearly and intelligently calls these Neo-Con snakes out and exposes the evil that they were up to with their Project for a New American Century and wars without end. Come on! Are you people that dumb and lazy that you STILL haven’t wised up to this neo-con CANCER?

    Point #2. What is this self-destructive obsession that so many people of European descent have that makes them crave to be ruled over by people of non-European ethnicity? This has to be the most suicidal, self-destructive, self-loathing, psychologically insane form of mental illness ever seen in world history.

    Listen, folks – ethnic identity politics is here, and it is here to STAY. Understand that? Fact: The founding stock of this nation are European people. We, just like every other ethnic group, have every legitimate and moral right to be concerned about our specific ethnic interests. Our ethnic interests, for those us who are sane, does NOT include trusting a politician of another competing ethnic group to rule over us – because, as we have been shown by Obama – other ethnic groups have no delusions about this issue and will always work to advance the interests of their ethnic group, which always comes at the expense of the white majority, who constitute the majority of the middle class.

    Does anyone who posted comments here really think that life in America will improve if Whites are transformed into a minority, and ruled over by a collection of various Third World non-white demographic groups – not one of whom has shown any respect for the U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights, and in particular for the First and Second Amendments?

    Being a minority, boys and girls, means that the group who outnumbers you can vote to increase your taxes to 100 percent if they wish and you can’t rally the necessary numbers on election day to stop them. Being a minority, subjugated to the whims and desires of the new majority, means they can vote to take away ALL of your freedoms – precious freedoms like the First Amendment and the Second Amendment and many others that seem to be important to primarily the descendants of the Founding Stock and to not all that many others. Being a minority also means that the new majority, non-European ethnic group who would then rule over us will want to open up our borders even wider and import millions and millions of their fellow ethnic cousins from their original homelands, which further dilutes the dwindling political power and influence of the former White majority.

    What is tough about this simple 8th grade math question, people?
    Did you all sleep through 8th grade math class, or are you all just suffering from a racial and cultural death wish?

    Which is it?

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    1. Barbara

      Luke, I agree with everything you say about the Neo-cons, but I will check into the fact that you insist Alan Keys is one. If he
      is, I would like to know it. Thanks for the alerting message. After
      all, we can only put so much time in seeking out the truth–some
      of us have to work for a living. Try not to be so arrogant—-it’s
      very immature and stupid. Therefore, I would be very careful about
      who I call brainless and uninformed. If one is seeking TRUTH, don’t
      knock it.

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      1. Luke

        Barbara:

        You must pardon my impatient tone, but we really are running very short on time to save what’s left of White, Western Civilization. Non-European people are NOT going to preserve Western culture; they are going to transform this nation into a nation that reflects their people’s culture and way of life.
        This is a guaranteed fact. Visit Los Angeles or Miami, or Detroit if you need further convincing.

        The Founding Stock of this rapidly decomposing nation has had their heads buried in a hole in the ground, or stuck up some other unpleasant location that will go unnamed, for so long now that the subversive forces who have been waging this Frankfurt School Cultural Marxist war upon White Western civilization for well over 50 years, and they’ve gotten very little organized resistance.

        This is nothing short of a soft form of Bolshevik Communism, Barbara. Pat Buchanan devoted a chapter in his best seller ‘Death of the West’ to this Cultural Marxism poison, and Professor Kevin MacDonald wrote about it at considerable length in his outstanding book titled ‘Culture of Critique’.

        Evidently, very few people who posted comments on this website have read either of those books, or if they have, they failed to properly absorb the material that was presented in them.

        Also, I have yet to hear the words ‘Cultural Marxism’ come out of mouths of any our mainstream so-called Political Leaders – and this is a serious miscalculation. Americans of European descent absolutely MUST educate themselves on this evil and toxic ideology and understand that it, and whoever promotes it, is our mortal enemy.

        So, please don’t misinterpret my impatience as arrogance. Our people desperately need a sharp smack alongside their heads to wake them up, and sometimes a taste of sarcasm woven into much needed criticism can accomplish far more than sweet sounding words which drip with phony optimism.

        We are in BIG TROUBLE. Time is short. And I have no desire to see another Rhodesia type of transformation into a Zimbabwe on the North American continent.

        One last recomendation. Get a copy of the book titled “Judas Goats”, by Michael Collins Piper. In it you will find one of the absolute best, most well researched, and carefully referenced compilations of the cast of treacherous political figures who’ve floated across the political landscape in America for the last several decades. The scoop on Alan Keyes is part of that excellent work. Also, subscribe to the Republic Broadcasting Network – where Michael Collins Piper does a nightly one-hour radio show that is worth its weight in gold.

        Remember what Lenin said. The best way to control the opposition is to BE the opposition.

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        1. Barbara

          Thanks, Luke for all your in-put. I did read Pat Buchanan’s
          book “Where The Right Went Wrong” and I agreed with everything
          he said. I have always loved him, and one doesn’t have to really have both eyes open to see where the media has taken him. I will be listening to Piper’s radio show. I like Michael
          Savage very much also. He is great, don’t you think? You appear
          to be very wise, I do believe you are very conscientious, and
          I will be getting the other books also. I ordered ten of Pat B.
          books and passed them out and I have the CD on that book too. He is one honest guy and tells it like it is.
          I know we do need to “Redeem The Time” Who would you like to
          be our next president? I just can’t see anyone, but Ron Paul or someone just like him.

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        2. chuck

          I’m sorry Luke, but you’re just plain wrong about Western Culture being endangered by immigration. There are numerous Christian denominations that serve various ethnic congregations, Koreans, Veitnamese, Hispanic. I live in an area in Orange County, Ca. that reflects this. I also go to college here and most of the science classes are dominated by Asians. I hope you will sincerely look into the matter and not just continue to espouse uninformed, racist xenophobia like the kind that Pat Buchanan espouses.

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          1. Hofmanndawg

            Yo “Chuck,” you need to give it up about Pat Buchanan “espousing, uninformed, racist xenophobia.” What a bunch of malarkey that is!!!

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    2. Justin Mckay

      I count nine neo-cons on the list. How many do you count and who are they?

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  6. Erkin

    Pat Buchanan

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  7. Didyouknow?

    The following statement was made by Ron Paul in an address to the House of Representatives in 2001:

    “There’s nothing to fear from globalism, free trade and a single worldwide currency…. The effort in recent decades to unify government surveillance over all world trade and international financial transactions through the UN, IMF, World Bank, WTO, ICC, the OECD, and the Bank of International Settlements can never substitute for a peaceful world based on true free trade, freedom of movement, a single but sound market currency, and voluntary contracts with private property rights…. The ultimate solution will only come with the rejection of fiat money worldwide, and a restoration of commodity money. Commodity money if voluntarily and universally accepted could give us a single world currency requiring no money managers, no manipulators orchestrating a man-made business cycle with rampant price inflation.” (Congressional Record, 13 March 2001)

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    1. Nick

      A world commodity currency (like gold or silver) with no central bankers would be a good thing. It’s a world fiat currency with central bankers that is a threat to freedom and national sovereignty.

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  8. BeachBumSon

    Thomas Sowell, and as I picked only 3 from your list,
    Fred Thomas
    Actually, I would take Sara Palin With any of my picks.
    We Have a Pal in
    Our Freedom Fighter Sara Palin!

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  9. Starchild

    My first choice to run on a presidential ticket, with or without Ron Paul, is stand up comedy legend Doug Stanhope. Stanhope is young, edgy, atheist, and lives in the west. He has a devoted following, and with his irreverent humor, would make a good counterpoint to Dr. Paul’s earnest sincerity. Most importantly, he is also strongly libertarian, and won’t sell out or compromise Ron Paul’s message. He is not tainted by association with the political establishment, and is able to communicate important truths via humor, often more effectively than they can be communicated via other means. Before you dismiss the idea of a comic running for president (Al Franken just got elected Senator), check out some of his video clips on YouTube. I think he would be a media hit on the campaign trail, and really get people fired up, especially youth. If you get a chance, go see him live — an experience not to be missed!

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    1. Nick

      “Atheist.” Why do you bring that up? Ron Paul isn’t an atheist (and thank God for that). http://www.covenantnews.com/ronpaul070721.htm & http://www.prayforpaul.com/

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  10. Marilyn Montgomery

    My first choice for a running mate for Ron Paul would be Alan Keyes. Why isn’t his name up there? He would be a tremendous, intelligent, Charismatic, Christian VP (OR President, himself). And he would finally refute the “racism” that those of us who dislike Obama are constantly accused of. Alan Keyes SHOULD be president, but having him as a Vice President would still be pretty wonderful. He’s an awesome man! A man that the blacks could TRULY be proud of!

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    1. Gayle Powell

      ALLAN KEYES would be the Greatest. Why isn’t he in the list?
      Put him on it!

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      1. Lindsey

        One thing is for sure. Alan Keyes wiped the floor with Obama during the Illinois Senate debates.

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    2. Eric

      Keyes is not as bad as a lot of people who are on this list. So I can see adding him (as well as adding Goldwater, Jr., who was one of the few prominent politicians who endorsed RP in ’08). But understand that Keyes positively hates Ron Paul. Keyes loves how Lincoln subjugated the confederate states, and he loves that the US government is policing the world at the expense of the American taxpayer. And I think he’s still bitter about the Constitution Party not nominating him in 08 because of those positions and instead nominating Ron Paul supporter, Chuck Baldwin.

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    3. Nick

      Dr. Keyes is liberty-friendly in many respects; it’s mostly his foreign policy that needs some serious work.

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  11. marcos

    Ron Paul/ Bernie Sanders 2012
    or
    Ron Paul/ Jesse Ventura 2012

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  12. Tumbleweed Steve

    There are many good choices in that list…no doubt.
    But I would say that the top three would be Ventura, Palin, and maybe Glenn Beck. But only for name recognition purposes.
    As far as being in line with the patriotic constitutional based ideas with the past record to prove it…we have to look at Baldwin, Ventura, and Badnarik, or maybe Schiff. Or how about James Traficant? Why is he not on that list? Because here is a guy that talks the talk, and walks the walk, and also has name recognition as well as knowing when to put his foot down…(or somewhere else need be).
    It’s a tough call at this point.
    But it is good to see the field getting bigger, and loading up with potential possibilities.
    And to the beanhead that thinks Ron Paul is antisemitic…
    Why? Because he wants to take care of our country “AMERICA” first and foremost? Hello! We’re floundering over here in the land of the free and the home of the brave. We are not the global police force in case you didn’t know. We GIVE BILLIONS to Israel every year, and have for a great many years. Do you think they ever intend to pay that back? And while we are sinking fast…they want even more.
    It is time to take care of our country and get our own house in order. Or pretty soon, we will be unable to help anyone…even ourselves. Get a freaking grip.
    ~TW

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  13. Neal Richard

    Bobby Jindall

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  14. Ralph Wiseman

    Brother Chuck: Rand would be a mistake because of his age and inexperiance handling the liberial media. What about Michel Steel,
    or that fellow McDonell the won Govenor of Virginia? He impressed me as being a strong Christian. Sharah Palin would be a good for drawing card, but I would hate to see her one heart beat away from being Command and Chief if you kknow what I mean. Pat is too old and I don’t think he is up to the task. At one time sure, but someone with his ability to debate the issues is what we need. I am glad you did not include Newt Ginrich. He has dipped his colors. Brother Chuck, I would pray that GOD would allow you to do it, but it is more important that you keep your eye on the main thing, and that is winning souls.I am going to a large flea market near here tomorow, and rent a both to witness, kind of like Amazing Grace does at the Fairs, but we have added soem of what Ray confort does. We have seen 160 people saved since April and handed out 6000 tracts. That will win our Country back. Ron Paul hurt his self by jumping out agaist the war so quick last year. I think to protect Isreal we did the right thing. Why they refuse to admit Sadam had WMDs, I will never understand. The man had three months to hid them in the desert, or even Seria.He used them on the Kirds, and even his own people, so go figure.
    I want to say thanks for your News letter. I have been following you for eight years. I have convenced a lot of gainsayers to Brother. Keep it up. God has HIS hand on you. Maybe you will read this.
    In HIS grip
    Brother Ralph Wiseman

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  15. FreeThinker

    Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin?? Uhhhmmm ……NO.

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  16. Barbara

    Has anyone ever thought about Dr. LAURA S.? She would be excellent
    in some part of the plan—-a true believer in LIBERTY.

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  17. SVK

    Jim Traficant

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  18. eric

    ted nugent= VP
    alex jones = AG
    andrew napolitano= sc

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  19. dandan

    I chose Michael Badnarik, but unfortunately too many people do not know him well. If you ever got a chance to watch his educational videos on the constitution, you would see that he is very well versed in the law and it’s practical use to protect us. After I started reading other comments, I realized I had completely forgotten another choice as an ‘other’. That would be sheriff Mack, the Oath Keeper. It is great to have a local sheriff to protect the citizens, but it is equally important that we have one (V.P.) on the National level. Too bad he can’t deputize congress and fire them if they violate their oath!

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  20. GMDMartyr

    The Judge, Andrew Napolitano !!!

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  21. Rod Morley

    As a Canadian, I am hoping that soon some sanity will prevail in American politics. I believe than America has lost its moral groundings and has lost its position as the leader of the Western World but there is still enough resources and power for the U.S. to regain its spot and it is the main country to still influence whether or not free humans will survive on this planet.

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    1. Christine

      Haven’t you noticed America doesn’t care about survival in this country anymore. Just look at ABORTION.

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  22. fawn martinez

    Voted for Ron in 08 (wrote his name in)and If he runs again I will vote the same, we need someone with a brain & understands the consitution

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  23. drawlr

    Ron Paul and Andrew Napolitano. What a team. Then they could appoint Peter Schiff as head of the Fed and someone else like him as Treasury Secretary. No one from the CFR in cabinet positions. But face it, the descendants of the Jekyll Island mob and the other one-world-government types will never let it happen. They are too powerful.

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    1. Hofmanndawg
e

      Mr. Drawlr nailed it. The Jekyll Island international banking/one world government fraternity is too entrenched and powerful. Have we forgotten 2008 with all the ground swell Ron Paul had caused and the ‘conservative’ Fox News Channel ridiculed him every step of the way and refused him to attend one of their Republican presidential debates. Not even to mention virtually nary a word in the media about the THOUSANDS that answered Michele Bachman’s call THIS WEEK to show up at the Capitol in Washington.

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  24. Mac

    Ron Paul and Sara Palface
    This would get media attention. Baldwin was told no media would tutch him, so why do it again. Baldwin stay home! Balwin can’t win with the entire system against him. Balswin can not run his own camp so how can you expect him to run the country? NOT AGAIN!!!

    Baldwin, NO, No, not again, no, no, no. I had my fill of hatfull mismashee that he picks to run his camp into the ground. Let him get money to build a new church from some other effort…

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    1. Christine

      What are you afraid of. I wouldn much rather have a man of God running this country than the bunch of demo satanist that are running it now. YOU GO CHUCK.

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  25. Justin Mckay

    I voted for Adam Kokesh but I think James Traficant would be a better candidate in 2012. I also like Schiff, Rockwell, Ventura, and Badnarik as possible choices.

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    1. chiripero

      Justin, I think it is a bit early for a 27-year old Kokesh to run for VP, so I would get him elected to the House and establish his Constitutional governance there before moving up.

      Now for James Traficant. Did his railroading into the slammer label him as a felon ? If so, wouldn’t that make him ineligible to serve in high office ? Just wonderin’……….

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      1. Justin Mckay

        Adam Kokesh wouldn’t be eligible to run for President in 2012. I believe that he needs to win in Congress first. Traficant ran for Congress from prison and recieved 15 percent of the vote.

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    2. Nick

      I am inclined to say that Kokesh should be Secretary of Defense, but I don’t think he has enough military experience to handle it.

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  26. Howard Parsons

    Please DO NOT run this time. Please. We need to get conservatives back into the White House and we can’t do it if the vote is watered down again.

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    1. Hofmanndawg

      Mr.Parsons, think about what you’ve posted. You’re suggesting voting for Juan McMexico, oops, I mean John McCain, would have put a Robert Taft conservative in The White House. Hellooooo! The only thing Mr.Run Back To Washington To Sign The Tarp Bill did that was good was to bring Sarah Palin into the national spotlight.

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  27. David Ben-Ariel

    I’m for Ron Paul/Chuck Baldwin but terribly disappointed that Ron Paul FAILED to demand to see Obama’s long form birth certificate and remind folks a natural born citizen is one born of two American parents. Obama fails on every account, doesn’t he?

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  28. Jim

    Ron Paul has a lot of fine qualities but, he is too soft for the job. Ron would have made a superb president in the 1950′s or even that Golden Period between 1900 and 1912. With the crisis we have right now, he would be best as a VP where he could preside over the Senate and get his hands deep into the Washington machinery.

    What America needs at the top is an old-fashioned populist demagogue who can rally a nation suffering from malaise and anomie. The body-politic is paralyzed from every kind of cancer that afflicts old corrupt republics. The people cannot collectively rise up and unite on their own – not after 40 years of corrosive diversity propaganda, a stupefying culture, and equity-stripping of the economy. We have arrived at the same point that so many wrecked nations have already come to and there’s no escaping it. We need our own Great Leader. Albeit one that has arisen out of the body-politic and not out of a Bilderberg boardroom.

    For decades, we have seen the New World Order sabotage every popular candidate. This One will have to ride the wave of an angry armed population willing to push back with lethal force, however unorganized it may be in the beginning. As the muscles of revolution get flexed, the people will become more skilled and coordinated against their common class enemy. We’ve tried to play by the rules, relying on the tender mercies of a malevolent power elite, and it’s time we admit it was a failure. It’s time to declare war, civil disobedience and insurrection, against the Establishment, its institutions, and enforcers. It will take a special man to rally the people and keep them focused on the Declaration of Independence’s call to duty against against tyranny. Mao was right about power growing out of the barrel of a gun. Infowar is only a positioning device against an enemy. It will take an armed uprising and organized resistance to put words into action.

    America needs a man with fire in the belly, a thundering rhetoric that comes naturally, and knows that the tree of tyranny can only be chopped down. It cannot be pruned away leaf by leaf. Since Huey P Long and Eugene V Debs aren’t available, Alex Jones or Lou Dobbs will have to galvanize the slaves. They know how to traumatize the American people by forcing us to see our executioners but, they never quite tell us to take up arms and free ourselves. Even if we took up arms, who would we shoot? We don’t have any rules of engagement. Who is going to charge out of the house with their deer rifle, all cranked up against the Bilderberg Group but, not knowing what else to do except drive around babbling about the New World Order? How do we position ourselves to push back against police in public demonstrations, using as much force against them as they do to us? The elites will never respond to our fussing and griping unless our words are backed with a willingness to take our grievances to their private residences and shoot back against their security forces or even the police. Police who serve tyranny have no legitimate authority and are subject to the Nuremberg Trials standards.

    Hopefully, it will only take a few brushfire battles and lots of firey rhetoric to overthrow the power elites and put a real president like Alex Jones or Lou Dobbs in power. Ron Paul can always be the policy wonk in the background to act as a speed governor to prevent any unforeseen abuses of power by captains and lieutenants of the Revolutionary President.

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  29. Paul Carl

    Alan Keyes; A real constitutionalist

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    1. MontgomeryScott

      I agree 100%.
      ALAN KEYES!

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  30. John of AllFaith

    Personally I will never vote for Ron Paul no matter who he runs with even though I agree with him on most issues, because he is antisemitic and wants to abandon Israel to the Islamic Ummah.

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    1. James

      He is not antisemitic

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    2. David Ben-Ariel

      The godless Bolsheviks running Israel into the ground are arming and training the Nazi Muslim terrorists, as is the United States shamefully.

      Ron Paul is not antisemitic but understands Israel must get its own house in order, without American money and interference.

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      1. Barbara

        Why in the name of common sense would anyone say he is
        antisemitic? Just because someone will criticize a country
        that has made mistakes—–does that make them antisemitic?
        Sounds like idiot talk to a whole lot of people. Grow up–
        quit talking baby talk.

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    3. Nick

      Israel has the responsibility to defend itself. Foreign aid is unconstitutional. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7XZI08TfDE

      It is not anti-Semitic to believe that.

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  31. Melody

    The sure way for Ron Paul to win is to have Jon Stewart as a running mate!

    1. He is compassionate and liberty minded
    2. He will bring charm and humor to debate
    3. He is good looking, young, and will make RP look tall :)
    4. He will bring in all the cynics and disaffected voters
    5. He has minority appeal
    6. He has money to campaign
    7. You can tell he liked Ron Paul better than all the other candidates

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    1. Barbara

      An INSANE IDEA.

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    2. Nick

      Jon Stewart is a liberal, not a libertarian or traditional conservative.

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  32. Ruth Slater

    I love Pon Paul and checuk Baldwin , and Jesse Ventura , they will be good , but I dont want Libertarians in officce either. And votes dont count anyway the elite put in who ever they want , I am not voting anymore , this country sucks big time. None of these people voted into office are going to vote for ANYTHING that resembles help for America or Americans .

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    1. Barbara

      Completely INSANE IDEA.

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  33. chiripero

    Please remember/beware, Mike Huckabee’s campaign manager in 2008 was Richard Haass, President of CFR.

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    1. David Ben-Ariel

      I haven’t forgotten Huckabee is CFR, even though I also understand Ron Paul is a Mason. He should distance himself from that vile organization, but he won’t, will he?

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    2. Lindsey

      Chirpero: Mike Huckabee’s campaign manager was Ed Rollins, not Richar Haass. Ed Rollins is a campaign genius and is maybe the reason Huckabee came from nowhere to almost win the Republican nomination. Haass never even endorsed a candidate in 2008.

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  34. James

    I like Ron Paul’s stances on both economic and foreign policy. It feels like he has more experience with economic issues. I think it would be great if he chose someone with a lot of foreign policy experience and has the same foreign policy stances as Ron Paul.

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  35. James

    I like Ron Paul’s stances on both economic and foreign policy. It feels like he has more experience with economic issues. I think it would be great if he chose someone with a lot of foreign policy experience and has the same foreign policy stances as Ron Paul.

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