Ron Paul: I’ll Vote Against Raising the Debt Limit




Ron Paul discusses how raising the national debt limit is inevitable due to accumulating interest and irrational government spending.

Date: 01/08/2011



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  1. May the day dawn that we grow up to support the loving and righteous instead of adoring the self indulging infantile, demanding, taking, killing, ruling without compassion or responsibility, hiding behind gods, bombs and the innocent we feed of, preaching hatred among our supposedly terrorist fellow man, that our sins be forgiven for we know we need forgiveness the most to vote another day for the glory of deadly dominion and our next banquet of golden grenades & lost souls

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  2. VisionsOfTheNobody

    Down with the national debt!

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  3. VisionsOfTheNobody

    Ron Paul 2012. Because we don't have so many honest politics...

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  4. Let the record reflect who voted to raise the debt.. We need to know who must go at the next election.

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  5. In every crazy fictional movie where the government is involved the government is called to fix it, pay for it or organize it. This is the wrong role of government.

    I guess that's why they call it fiction.

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  6. I'm a fan of Dr. Paul, but let's play a mental game together... Money = Debt, and Debt = Money. check. If you refuse to raise the debt limit, that is akin to refusing to raise the money supply. If you don't raise the money supply, we go in to a monetary deflation. If we go in to a steep monetary deflation, with a fiat dollar, our debt-to-GDP will SKYROCKET. If the debt-toGDP skyrockets, foreigners will lose faith in dollars and bail. If they bail, we get hyperinflation. Prove me wrong.

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  7. ABOLISH: FEDERAL RESERVE, 44 CZARS, GLOBAL FDA, GLOBAL EPA, ABORTIONS, GLOBAL AMERICAN EMBASSYS, GLOBAL GLOBAL GMO, UCLA, UNITED NATIONS, NATO. MILITARY UD TESTING, ?HUMANITARIAN AID TO PAKISTAN (BILLIONS), ?HUMANITARIAN AID TO SOVIET UNION GEORGIA (BILLIONS, while the damn leader bought a 95 MILLION DOLLAR PICASSO!) and it goes on and on and on. BRING AMERICAN COMPANIES BACK TO AMERICA! TO HELL WITH BAILOUTS AND WORLD AID, GIVE THE LAND BACK TO AMERICANS! NEXT BAILOUT? DISNEY WORLD

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  8. Ron Paul is the only politician who cares about the American people.

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  9. Raising the debt limit is absurd. Gov't is to BIG, spends way to much money. If 100% of Americans were taxed 100% of their income, we STILL couldn't pay off just the INTEREST on the national debt. Raising the debt ceiling only compounds the problem because it will devalue the dollar even further which would counteract that move and then some.

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  10. I've heard it said that if the debt ceiling is not raised the country will default. It is not the country that will default but the federal government that may well default. The government is NOT the country. If the government has to drastically scale back, the country may actually survive.
    The government is NOT the country. Two different entities. You'd think intelligent people would know that. But to those who worship the state it all begins and ends with the gov. Their alpha and omega.

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  11. If you don't raise the debt limit the world will end.

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  12. Nicely spoken, Congressman Paul.

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  13. Trying to win a presidency is a joke. The presidential election is rigged. All the front-runners are members of the Council on Foreign Relations. The media supports them and treats the outsiders like shit. You saw it last election. It's a scam. Don't ask Dr. Ron Paul to waste his money and ours to make a futile attempt to become president. Let's elect some more good congressmen and senators like his son Rand.

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  14. Ron Paul's positions are vindicated more and more as time goes by.

    The Constitution is still in the game. When Ron Paul becomes President, our government will know that too.

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  15. I know exactly what TPTB are going to do. They're going to make the economy drop by 1000 points in one day to scare congress into increasing the debt limit, and they will do it... Just like they did with the Federal Reserve audit.

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  16. In light of the AZ shooting it's obvious how easy someone could hurt Dr. Paul...like an assasin from the fed...hope he is taking precautions.

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  17. Great to see another Ron Paul interview...I check daily.

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  18. The Government news interrogator here not reporter overlooked American Tax's payers( the next generation) enslaved for foreign bank mistakes - An out rage was expected but not from this Government main stream media channel.

    End the FED. Period inject what JFK tried to before it was silenced with executive order 11110 .

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  19. You know what is sad? There are many people who joined the Air Force for the education and job safety. How will they react when they find out that the GI Bill will not be there, and the money they saved at the bank lost a considerable amount of purchasing power? It will probably be like the Bonus Army all over again.

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  20. Gotta love the way the interviewer will ask a question about the Fed's role with the underlying assumption that it's existance is necessary and legitimate.

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