419 responses to “Ron Paul 2012: Should Ron Paul Run for President in 2012?”

  1. MP

    Im 22 and me and all of my friends think Ron Paul should be the next president, he says the things that I think and I dont see how everyone doesnt see that if we dont do something soon shit could be so bad for us down the road.

    We need hope, Ron Pauls’ announcment of a 2012 run would be it. Otherwise myself, as much of the country know we have lost all that remain of this once great and respected nation of freedom and liberty. “Ron Paul – 2012 or Bust”

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  2. tom chastain

    yes ron paul should run people should read his books the revolution end the fed and espically his new one liberty defined whean his new book comes out he needs to go on a book tour its a real honor to be able to meet our elected officals and candidates and get lots of signed books and photos with them dont order this new book online order it from your favorite book store the more orders you place from your favorite bookstore the more copys they will stock up on and start e mailing his publisher and ask about a book tour

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  3. Garrett

    I am an old codger and it blesses my heart to see, hear, read about the young patriots emerging because of Ron Paul's messages. You are all so beautiful. You look and sound like the patriots of old...

    My heart soars like a hawk,
    WhiteHorse

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  4. Greg Gharibian

    Mr. Ron Paul you have been a great congressmen and right on the dot about the federal reserve and economy issues. But your statement on the following issue does not serve humanity» http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEzHXWAKjUk

    The Armenian Genocide was the deliberate mass murder of one and half (1.5) million people essentially because they are christians. At the same time in the same place, the minority christian populations of greeks and assyrians were also targeted with killings in the tens of thousands. All christians from this region were eventually "cleansed" from christianity. This was the perfect blue print for hitler. Mr. Ron Paul, you say that "this is not our concern". Do you not remember that we fought two world wars? this was World War I -- and turkey was in the axis powers allied against us. German military officers reports also give us a horrific picture of scenes that sickened even them in WWI watching their allies' action against the armenian christian population.

    The american red cross went on its very first international mission to help the armenians who were being slaughtered and deliberately starved to death on marches to their deaths in the syrian desert. If you think a whole population of one and half million people being slaughtered for their christian religious beliefs "is not our business" then you should have no business in talking about what is in humanities interest. I say "let the souls of those who have died for their religious beliefs rest in heaven, amen" Greg Gharibian.

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    1. charlieb

      There is no "our", "we", "us" - there is only "I" or "you". If "you" want to do something about the Armenian Genocide - Then Do It! But the gubment should not force "us" to do something about it. "You", and others like "you" should try to PERSUADE people to do something about it. No One should be FORCED to do something about anything just because some think it is the right thing to do.

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  5. Joseph Giallombardo

    Here is all you want to know about
    Glass-Steagall....

    http://www.larouchepac.com/glass-steagall

    It's one thing to elect Ron Paul, but if he doesn't put a sound banking system back into place, it is all for naught.

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  6. Joseph Giallombardo

    Hamilton’s Case

    (excerpts)

    ... the outcome of human behavior as over man’s territory, is determined by the intentions of the human will.

    ... principle of national banking whose application rescued the young United States from imminent disaster, and compelled the central conception expressed as our Federal Constitution.

    ...two interdependent steps which provided the entire basis for the establishment of the U.S. Federal Constitution. 1) the creation of the Federal constitutional form of government; 2) ....virtually outlaw[ing] a monetary system, by establishing the principle of a credit system.

    ...United States to copy the successful precedent of the role of the Pinetree Shilling under the original charter of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was the expression of a principle of credit, rather than a monetarist doctrine...

    It was the British intervention to suppress that system of credit, which ruined the economy of Massachusetts under the British tyranny of William of Orange, .

    The Benjamin Franklin who was familiar with that legacy of the Winthrops and Mathers, had projected the role of a “paper currency” in the principled likeness of the Pinetree Shilling. This connection was considered by Hamilton to the included essential effect of prompting the original design of our Federal Constitution.

    .... the payment of the debts left over from fighting the war for freedom...
    Only the credit-worthiness of the United States could serve as a commercial quality of the negotiable, future physical wealth on which all of the successful policy-shaping of the United States has properly depended to the present time.

    Every deviation from that principle of a credit-system, to the swamp which is a monetarist system, has been a national disaster, as the very worst has been experienced in the United States, to this effect, under Presidents such as Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, and, worst of all, George W. Bush, Jr. and Barack Obama.

    [the]...credit of a nation is to be secured, uniquely, through the increase of future physical wealth in public improvements of basic economic infrastructure and...

    advances in the physical form of increasing capital intensity of investments in basic economic infrastructure and....

    by science-driven increases in the equivalent of capitalized energy-flux density, which have afforded nations a source of redeemable credit...

    ...which will be capable of outweighing the burden of debt incurred. (key point)

    Competent economic policy is : a policy of fundamental scientific progress in principle, which is expressed in the increasing physical capital-intensity of public works

    ...and capital-intensive investments in the processes of both production and conditions of personal life of the citizens and their households.

    .... anti-entropic principle of nature (resources are not fixed....they are dynamic, ever changing)

    Read the entire article at
    http://www.larouchepac.com/node/16836

    Even if Ron Paul were elected President...what would his policies be for re-starting the American engine; it takes more than just "don't spend what you don't have"; it is knowing how to use credit properly and for the governments role in protecting an individual's life and liberty so that he can "pursue happiness.

    I fear that Ron Paul, and his good intentions, will throw out the "baby with the bath water"; how ironic for the good doctor!

    Joseph Giallombardo
    The 1960-70s Moon Missions produced 10c in economic development for every 1c spent.

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  7. Jake

    To deny the exponential growth of debt by interest cuts to the very core and credibility of monetary theories. If the exponential growth can be proven, then equally, Austrian and Keynesian theories are dis-proven. Economic theories hide the fact that an interest based money system is usury by definition and neither Austrian nor Keynesian theories are sustainable. Both systems create bankruptcies and defaults while enriching banks at the expense of the people through interest.

    The beginning of knowledge is the discovery of something we do not understand. Once you understand (M P E) supporting anything else is economic suicide!! The solution to your fate is M P E, ….but will you listen?

    http://tnsradio.com/?cat=11

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  8. edwin

    i think Ron Paul could really help america and save the lives of american soldiers, he's a peace maker, he has my vote for sure. please run Ron Paul, tell me where i can send money to support your campaign.

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  9. Joseph Giallombardo

    To BlackOp:

    First, I am not a kid. You attempt at demeaning me by referring to me as a kid only shows the shallowness of your thinking.

    You wrote:
    "British Mercantilism is American Economics, which were influenced from England"

    British "colonialism" if that is what you are referring to is what America was formed against. To say that they are one in the same, again, is not to understand what Hamilton "meant" and what he did. We have been fighting the British every since 1620 and the MayFlower Charter. Later in life, Jefferson saw the wisdom of Hamilton's view and made his biggest use of executive power in the Louisianna Purchase of 1803.

    Benjamin Franklin proposed the concept of National Currency (paper money) which was also used by Mather in the early MA colony.
    Lincoln used the Greenbacks to fund the development of the West. There is a huge difference between the American approach to economy and the maritime Empire of the British.

    This really gives you away...." Two objects can not occupy the same space at the same time."

    I believe most physicists would argue with you on that one.

    The world is a not fixed place; it is dynamic, and creative.
    Every business, every major infrastructure project is build ON CREDIT... and you don't need GOLD in the bank to move to the next project. You need to have the wisdom to understand if the project will ultimately have benefit...

    Building a railroad, a dam, going to moon...is done on credit of the nation. And our constitution is designed for Bills of credit to be submitted to the treasury for the issuance of credit.

    Foolish spending on speculative, valueless "assets" is a waste of good credit. A welfare state also is a misuse of the power of credit. So many things do need to be righted to get the American ship back on course.

    Ron Paul is against the foolish spending and misuse of government power.

    Joseph Giallombardo

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  10. Theresa Robinson

    Happy Holidays to all of you Ron Paul supporters and lovers of liberty:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJKi8z_k-IQ

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