Ron Paul: Obamacare Will Fail; Don’t Blame China for Our Problems

Ron Paul explains why Obamacare, Medicare, Social Security and other inherently flawed programs will fail. He also said that government intervention in China-related matters is not the answer to America’s problems: “We can’t blame China for us spending too much money.”

Date: 01/19/2011

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  • YOU GO RON PAUL! KICK OBAMA ASS!

  • GossamerGoose

    I’m tired of this mentality that Ron Paul cannot be successful in his campaign for US presidency. It’s a negative sentiment that could incite apathy among his supporters.

    In fact, this infectious mentality is spreading among most voters, no matter their choice in candidate. As opinionated and concerned citizens, let’s just vote for whom we support in 2012, and let the polls speak for themselves. Pessimism is not going to help change anything. Instead of throwing your vote away or at least perceiving that you are doing so, do something about it. Get involved in the campaigning progress and volunteer to spread the policies of your candidate.

    Instead of whining about the seemingly imminent outlook of the 2012 election, educate those who will just throw their vote at a well publicized candidate. Of course, I will concede that my approach is idealistic and slightly imperialistic on the impressionable, but it can become a reality if we become involved. That is what American elections are about! We don’t just vote for the powerful elite because they can win – we vote as constituents for those whom we believe best represent our views.

    Short of it is:

    We need a more honest America that we can be proud to support. But it doesn’t start with fixing a corrupted Washington – it starts with tackling voter apathy and depreciating our support in the two-party system.

  • I’m tired of this mentality that Ron Paul cannot be successful in his campaign. It’s a negative sentiment that could incite apathy among his supporters. As opinionated and concerned citizens, let’s just vote for whom we support in 2012, and let the polls speak for themselves. We need a more honest America that we can be proud to support. But it doesn’t start with fixing a corrupted Washington – it starts with tackling voter apathy and depreciating our support in the un-Democratic party system.

  • aikangkang

    This guy can certainly lead US to the comeback….but he seems to have no chance of winning…too bad for US..

  • TomSilverCat

    Tibet had a God-king before China invaded.
    If there is one thing that China did right, it will be the abolishing of slavery and theocracy in Tibet.

  • ervin920

    2000 years ago china made a great wall, and it bankrupted the nation. america’s military is america’s great wall.

  • You think you westerners are in the center of the world so that you can monopoly on all the truth, all the right ideas and right values ​that exist in this world, so when you realize the diversity of values​ and cultures from other side of the world, you feel uncomfortable. WTF is this?!

  • andreyincao

    You think you westerners are in the center of the world so that you can monopoly on all the truth, all the right ideas and right values ​that exist in this world, so when you realize the diversity of values​ and cultures from other side of the world, you feel uncomfortable. WTF is this?!

  • carig121

    But China is becoming a big economic problem for the entire world because they maintain their money the yuan artificially low, that just kills all free competition, we are importing more products than we sell, the next administration must put in place new customs duties against chinese products if chinese government refuses to increase the value of his money

  • A vote for Ron Paul is a vote of hatred against all Tibetans and Tibetan liberty.

    Free Tibet.

  • Emiko415

    A vote for Ron Paul is a vote of hatred against all Tibetans and Tibetan liberty.

    Free Tibet.

  • BarackMcBush

    I want to make lots of Cash $ , I will bet any Ron Paul Follower (All of You here) 100$ each , I’ll give you 10-1 odds that Ron Paul doesn’t win the 2012 election and become President ,C’Mon put your Money $ where your mouths is!

  • Emiko415

    Ron Paul is an enemy of Tibet and freedom.

    America is Tibet’s last, best hope for freedom.

    Tibet Tibet

  • PostPetroleumPrepper

    Maybe he can stop Project 60

  • Emiko415

    Ron Paul is clearly an enemy of Tibet and Tibetan freedom.

    Americans have every right to lecture Chinese on their treatment of minorities and their horrid love of the death penalty for crimes, not to mention their inferior racial morals.

    Ron Paul is nothing but a Chinese puppet candidate. The Chinese have stolen all of America’s best low-paying factory jobs and he dares to insult Tibetans by saying we should not fight Chinese?

    Free Tibet

  • Mark Schneberger

    I AM a protectionist and an isolationist. Trade with our FRIENDS only!
    I also want back the 2.3 trillion dollars the government STOLE from Social Security before we start talking about how broke it is!
    I thought I might give you a chance my friend until I listened to your stance on China , Social Security and so on and so on. I believe your full of shit.
    AMERICA AND AMERICANS FIRST!!!!!

  • GostosoSPbr

    I start to think that RR want to destroy USA.

    He can’t see that people want cheap crap that breaks in 6 month and takes job away from USA and you have to put a stop to this?

    He say’s about the war deficient but the CHINA trade DEFICIET is MUCH – MUCH WORSE.

    WAKE UP — And there I thought hes was a great guy before searching for his CHINA ideias/mind.

  • BarackMcBush

    If you like Social Security ,Medicare ,the FDA or the EPA ,then Vote against “Dr.Paul”.

  • icompoze2

    THE WRITING’S ON THE WALL –
    TIME FOR PRESIDENT PAUL!

  • Michael Kyle

    I surprised Congressman Paul has not addressed China’s total disregard of trade law. I believe in free trade, but China agreed to follow the rules when they we’re admitted to the WTO. I can’t think of a trade law they haven’t broken. Corporations are forced to give up their technology to do business with China. What isn’t given is stolen. You can’t compete when you are the only one playing by the rules.
    9 out of 10 copies of Windows in China is bogus. Imagine what Microsoft’s (and every other corporation’s) bottom line would be if that was reversed.
    Free trade? Yes! Today‘s trade? You have to wonder whose interest’s Washington is pursuing.