• jaycedace

    why the fuck are all the Anti-Ron Paul trolls jews

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  • http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=AJJONES AJ JONES

    IF you cant see the devistation in your face, open youe eyes.!!
    it is 90000000000000000% worse NOW ! THAN B-4 THIS SHIT STARTED !

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  • 13AJJONES

    IF you cant see the devistation in your face, open youe eyes.!!
    it is 90000000000000000% worse NOW ! THAN B-4 THIS SHIT STARTED !

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  • http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=sniped101. sniped101 .

    good information.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=sniped101 sniped101

    good information.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=rickmoranis rick moranis

    how is this motherfucker not already president

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  • PeopleR2sensitive

    how is this motherfucker not already president

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  • atchisrj1

    End prohibition! Ron Paul 2012.

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  • scott04la

    2012

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  • fourbabies1

    “we need to repeal the war on drugs.”
    a bit of common sense from a repug. unfortunately, people in places of power have too much money to make if the war is carried on (tobacco and alcohol tycoons).

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  • bishopbutter

    Too much BAMF in one video. Ron Paul 2012

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  • DoctorRandomercam

    No one ever talks about Portugal. All drugs have been decriminalized there since 2001, and drug use has since plummeted. Why? Because their drug addicts can now seek help instead of hiding fearfully in the shadows.

    There is empirical proof out there and no one`s acknowledging it.

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  • oeufgwoieu

    RON FTW 4SHO

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  • 702dirtrider

    The only way to gain control of the huge drug problem in America is to do exactly what Ron Paul says and that is to decriminalize ALL drug use. You cannot police something that is unenforceable its simple supply and demand , demand is high in America and supply is consistent but low , tell me what happens if a drug bust is made and the supply drops ? even though the government really cant stop the supply by much demand SOURS. Not to mention drug use is more of debilitation or mental issue .

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  • Machine2063

    Paul would use limited resources to actually solve US problems, not manufacture criminals or subsidize poor choices! Police do great job, but have better things to do with their time! (Draconian punishment is disproportionate, unjust and immoral! For example… would you: gouge eyeballs out for petty offenses?! NO!)

    US has HIGHEST documented incarceration rate IN THE WORLD! Paul makes complete sense, open your eyes

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  • Machine2063

    Paul would use limited resources to create jobs, not manufacture criminals or subsidize poor choices! Police do great job, but have better things to do with their time!

    (Draconian punishment is disproportionate, unjust and immoral! For example… would you: gouge eyeballs out for petty offenses?! NO!)

    US has HIGHEST documented incarceration rate IN THE WORLD! Paul makes complete sense, open your eyes, yet another colossal miss-allocation of resources directed by out of control DC!

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  • Antonio

    The end still gives me goosebumps no matter how many times I watch it.

    Here’s your change, people.

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  • ElectricSparks2425

    Paul is right. Punishment is disproportionate to crime, Paul knows we have more efficient more effective uses for US resources, that would be better for the American people.

    Ron Paul should be president, not the lying marijuana smoking Obama! Ron Paul never smoked marijuana, but can see our unconstitutional ‘war’ on drugs is an inefficient/ineffective waste of resources that are being miss-allocated! Drugs are their own punishment, Ron Paul is for sound economics and constitutional government!

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  • Binghamton Patriot

    The rational behind this war is nonsense. Too much money wasted and no RESULTS. Kids smoke more pot now than ever. It’s easier to get than either alcohol or cigarettes. Effectively driven by the corporate dollar, congress and the senate routinely seek to destroy this legislation that would ultimately reign in many new industries (industrial hemp and female cannabis). The ubiquitous falsehood regarding female cannabis is spreading like flies on feces. It’s clearly the time to abolish the DEA.

    Rationality Defined: (For liberals)
    The transferable skills of many DEA workers could transition well into border security enforcement. the benefits of eliminating the DEA include;

    1)We could save tons money by eliminating an entire federally funded department.
    2) We put our foot down against the government and win back a major civil liberty.
    3) Immediately prove to the desperate american people that the government is committed to securing the border.
    4) Reduce the government stranglehold on our defense and security industries.

    -I’d like to elaborate more on this. While I don’t condone the DEA, I believe that we should gradually privatize the border security, and allow for former government DEA agents to apply to border jobs. Let’s see how they perform in the real world. This could potentially fill the clear demand for strict PERMANENT U.S.-Mexico border enforcement. The gradual process of outsourcing this effort to a private contractor could present job opportunities on the border, if they don’t accept, PINK SLIP and the unemployment line. I feel this would kill two birds with one stone, and allow the agents to transfer all of their skills learned in the DEA to the border. Most notably, I think this would create a great career for many of our soldiers that WE WANT HOME.

    The broad take away is-this bureaucracy is one that we should mark as OUT OF BUSINESS. In terms of whether it could survive in “the real world”, the failure of the DEA mirrors that of a Bear Stearns or Lehman Brothers.

    The government amended the constitution for alcohol. It’s time we fix it again; however, this time we should end the war on drugs and make sure that the commerce clause can never be used by congress to regulate morality AGAIN. They have no place in that business.

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    • Michelle

      Plus, if we legalize drugs; this would mean Mexico/the South of the Border Drug Lords could actually ship the drugs from their legalized warehouses ( don’t think if we didn’t legalize this; the Drug Lords wouldn’t push for this in their countries); stopping the need for many of those criminal illegals from coming here in the first place. They would stay in Mexico, etc. and work in the factories; this would also help Mexico’s failing economy; along with the other countries South of us that are having money problems.

      So another job those DEA workers could do is make sure those packages have paid the proper tariffs ( the tariffs we impose could pay for all the trouble we had cleaning up this mess; and paying all those workers to secure the border). Killing another two birds or so with one stone.

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  • PikSokolit

    Its time to legalize Freedom. Ron Paul 2012 Peace and Liberty !!!

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  • hermbilliamherm18

    Love the end

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  • http://yahoo Sam.H

    I agree make it legal. That would stop all the drug lords in their tracks. This country has become toxic with their corrupt politicians and big goverment. It is time for people to stand up and unite. Together we can make this country what is was meant to be. Our forefathers would roll over in their graves right now.

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  • Lonnie12345

    I feel lucky to be able to learn from this man.

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  • Bridget

    My favorite topic! Repeal the war on drugs! Thank you Ron Paul.

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  • hippz420

    “..melevoleha- malevolence..”

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  • zardiw

    Legalize all Drugs. Tax em. Whatever………Govt has NO right to dictate what people can and can’t do with their God Given Bodies………….z

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  • lo_sciacallo

    The idea that people make the decision to use drugs based on their legality is naive. There is a certain percentage of the population of the world that are going to enjoy using drugs, regardless of whether or not they are legal. Same as alcohol. So, deterrence is not working.
    Although I know from personal experience that marijuana/hashish is not addictive, and all the other “street drugs” are addictive, I do not believe that any gov’t has the right to tell anyone what they can and can’t do with their own body, addictive or not. Alcohol is addictive and it’s not illegal anymore. Nothing that is victimless should result in imprisonment.
    Give needle users a safe, clean place to inject, give them all the drugs they want, and you will see the gangs go out of business (at least as it pertains to drugs), and the general street crime rate will plummet. There will no longer be any reason for them to steal, rob, and kill to get their fix.
    Prisons will empty, leaving room for actual criminals like murderers and child molesters.

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  • JC593

    word

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  • mickey

    I’m pretty divided on this issue. While I think mj is about like alcohol, the addiction can have its effects. MJ does alter one’s ability to think rationally and should be under the “influence” laws. On the other hand, an occasional puff lasts about as long as a can of beer.

    Then, I have nieces and nephews that are completely wasted because of the drugs they took. My niece goes around in the middle of the night and scares the neighbors and the police hands are tied until she actually does harm to herself or to someone else.

    Is it a gateway drug? My niece says it is. I don’t know since I don’t use them. but most of the young that I have come in contact with abuse prescription drugs–a dime on every corner (and compliments of the welfare system prescibing them). My nephews can’t hold a job nor handle much pressure or they blow up. One now has a grandson, whose mother was addicted to MJ, I wonder what kind of life the child will have.

    I used to work for a social agency where we saw many babies born without eyes, sockets only, or without ears, or something else due to the mother’s drug habit.

    I would vote to legalize MJ if it had the same restrictions as alcohol. I just hink we lost something when our kids no longer had to work hard and didn’t have time to have recreational drugs.

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    • lo_sciacallo

      I have to disagree with your comment about marijuana being addictive. I have smoked MJ on and off for 33 years and I have NEVER experienced any sort of withdrawl symptoms when I’ve suddenly stopped smoking it for a few weeks or months after regular daily use for months, which I’ve done countless times.
      If it is addictive at all, it is only in the same way that salty peanuts or Lay’s Potato Chips are addictive.
      However, all other drugs such as cocaine, heroin, meth, morphine ARE extremely addictive and the user will be physically sick from being denied his drug.

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      • mickey

        I guess I am thinking addictive in the sense one can also be addicted to soda. It just seems something is missing without having it quite frequently. From what I’ve seen, since the 60’s, is that its effects have a recurring need to get high (or low). There are happy drunks and mean drunks.

        People don’t have to drink alcohol every day, nor smoke, but that desire is there and relief just keeps one from refraining.

        My niece no longer uses drugs, she uses her mental medicine instead, which does keep her in the sane world. However, her two brothers become very confrontational if they don’t have their MJ. And they will spend their money on it rather than to buy food. They all got into drugs as early as 9. They are in their 50’s now. They aren’t ignorant, they have high IQ’s and are very talented but they live a subsistence living and are high the rest of the time.

        On the other hand, I think the whole drug thing should be safe and taken out of the hands of dealers. States should decide what they want, not the fed. But then, we are putting the government in charge of drug distribution. It is all sad.

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        • lo_sciacallo

          Yes, I suppose there are those who have a hard time prioritizing, food vs getting high. I’ve known some of those. However, this is not classified as an addiction, per se, but more of a case of unsound judgement.
          This is basic life-management skills, and depending on what the reason is for someone using MJ, they may not be able to make sound judgement on these sorts of things. As you pointed out, you can be addicted to soda, in a sense. But, you can’t blame the marijuana for having a backwards sense of priorities. This would probably exist regardless of the presence of MJ in the mix.
          I will concede that all drugs affect all people completely differently, and while I’m not ready to accept that it is a result of a medically defined addiction, I will say that even pot can skew a person’s sense of reality and make it difficult for some to function in a responsible way. I’ve also known people who can’t function in daily affairs unless they have their coffee in the morning, this does not mean we should make coffee illegal. Your family are in my prayers, though.

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    • EricCox

      Your first paragraph was based on ignorance and had no factual basis.

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  • gilfishdad

    but what about the corrupt police,attorneys, judges, politicians who will loose their source of income. American Gangster, Godfather, etc. etc. Duh!!!! Why kill a perfectly viable multibillion dollar business? Watch out Ron Paul, they won’t like this kind of talk. Hopefully they only just try to smear your reputation.

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  • Intranetusa

    A populist is the opposite of a libertarian. A modern populists are neo-liberal in economics and neo-conservative in social policies. A modern libertarian is neo-liberal in social policies, and neo conservative in economic policies.

    They are neither neo-lib nor neo-conservative all around…otherwise they wouldn’t be libertarian or populist.

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    • fred the protectionist

      A Libertarian is a liberal in economics and liberal socially. You’re making it more complicated then it needs to be. Liberal simply means different, change, radical; and Libertarians are definitely all three in all sub-categories.

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  • cnmmnc8852

    Big Pharma, the world’s  biggest drug dealer EVER!
    This is why the US government through it’s hired thugs aka the police state, are funded in the ‘war on drugs’. It’s as plain as the nose on your face, even plainer actually.

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  • Gassebol

    I hate drug dealers and drug lords. They are a grave threat to our future. Bomb all drug lords and make their lifes a living hell. Use Daisy cutters on their habitats. Stamp em out and have fun while doing it!

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    • Delta

      So Bomb the exempt U.S. Government cartel? Stompem out?

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  • MiKikaIwaShizaru

    If drugs like pot were freely available, guess who would lose money? (because you could ease pain by growing your own CHEAP medicine)
    Big Pharma, the world’s biggest drug dealer EVER!

    I’ve never used pot, and I would bet that too much rots your brain, but so does alcohol!
    And isn’t oxycontin really just Heroin?

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