8 responses to “Ron Paul & Rand Paul: Principles, Not Compromise”

  1. Rosio Swearinger

    Appreciate a greet web site, My spouse and i adored studying them!

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  2. Sean

    I wonder what Ron and Rand disagree about when it comes to the constitution.

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  3. Dfens

    Free Trade With All, Entangling Alliances With None

    Ron Paul’s position is clear. He, like his CATO buddies and the rest of the Libertarian Party, is all for “free trade”. When he says he doesn’t like NAFTA, he means that he doesn’t want us to have a trade agreement with the countries covered by NAFTA. He does not mean he wants us to protect our strategically critical industries from being poached by these countries with tariffs. The NAFTA agreement gives both US and foreign businesses an advocate we can turn to when the agreement is breached by businesses on either side. So Ron Paul’s brilliant idea is that you should not have any recourse in the event a foreign country starts dumping products on the market to kill our industries. It’s his way of lying about his position on “free trade” without really lying. He just doesn’t tell you the whole story.

    It’s a lot like his position on having a commodity backed currency. That wasn’t his idea. That’s the will of his Communist Chinese masters. You see, they loaned us cheap paper money that wasn’t backed by spit. Now they don’t want that same kind of money back. No! They want to take all our gold. We owe them trillions, so how much gold do you think we have? Probably not enough to make our new masters happy. They’ll probably demand all our copper, aluminum, and steel too.

    Only a country of idiots goes on a gold standard when they are the biggest debtor nation in the world. A smart country goes on a gold standard when they’re the biggest lender in the world, not the biggest debtor. Based on the support the Pauls have, clearly we are a nation of idiots.

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    1. Bottomline

      That is nonsense he does not support the trade agreements that have shippped job overseas! He also believes that we should be helping our own country out as well! He also understands that by passing these frivoulous free trade agreements will add to our trade deficits and make it easier for corporations to hire foriegn cheap labor! He is also very critical of the trade policies and Bill Gates stupidity that people from other countries are more skilled than we are!

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      1. Dfens

        If you’re just going to believe what you want to believe about Ron Paul’s position on “free trade” then go ahead. He has clearly come out against the tariffs Obama put in place to protect the US from the crappy tires they were dumping on our markets to put companies like Goodyear out of business permanently. If you can read his words regarding that and still with a straight face tell me he’s not for tariffs you’re either an idiot or a liar just like Ron Paul.

        Oh, and by the way, don’t let the neocons highjack the Tea Party movement ha, ha, ha!

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  4. Dfens

    Ron Paul and Sarah Palin both stand for the “free trade” policies that have resulted in all our jobs and industrial might being shipped over to Communist Red China. They should be great friends, since both are traitors for the same cause against the same country. It’s all about principles, though. The principles of who can get the most money and power for selling out their country!

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    1. Bottomline

      Dfens you are incorrect! Dr. Paul has been a staunch opponent of these so-called free trade agreements that have shipped our jobs overseas. & he is not a friend of big business! You should look at his voting records to to see that he has stand up for you and me!

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  5. Lindsey

    Rand Paul likes being endorsed by Sarah Palin and he should. He also thinks she would make a good president. He’s right. However, I think she should run as Ron’s VP, or simply endorse him for president like she endorsed Rand. That would send Ron to the White House as it would immediately get Ron the media attention he so desperately needs!

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