231 responses to “Ron Paul Responds to Obama’s State of the Union Address”

  1. LimeInfinity

    Ron Paul 2012! He is the only one who’s going to make the real change for us.

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  2. HolliValsMusic

    Get rid of the insurance companies and ANY and ALL special interests in the healthcare industry, that way, a socialistic healthcare program shouldn’t cost so much.
    Get down to schools and any official place and demand they feed their people good food to prevent problems. And so on. If the government is going to be involved that is.

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  3. stropssports

    Ron Paul 2012!!

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  4. pony19661

    The president won’t do anything lies lies lies see he lied it is 2011 and he sending more troops over there good god a president can’t change anything until the shadow government is removed they don’t want to murder us Ron Paul is right I can’t believe people by the bull shit propaganda our government feeds us these people really buy the shit

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  5. Jononutoob

    This was on FOX? Where am I? What year is this?

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  6. citizenfitz

    How many years has America been fighting “the war on poverty”? Yet there are more poor people here than ever.

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  7. Philliesboy16

    I also believe we have to bring home our troops everywhere from around the world. No other country has troops around the world unless they are trying to invade it. If we have troops at home and let countries operate their business I believe perspectives of America around the world will change.

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  8. Philliesboy16

    God i wish poor people weren’t poor, i wish they would try harder. The saying goes “your only as good as your weakest link.” and Dear lord America’s poor is laughable. The majority of the poor are involved in crime, non educated and suck up tons and tons of money through social services via welfare, subsidized housing, food stamps, etc. 1) education is FREE and yet the poor are the least group to take advantage of that. Like Ron was saying, when you help the poor the most you just create more.

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  9. Skeptic121

    Suggestion for health care: we have plenty of foreign competition in the auto industry and NEED foreign competition in health care. Right now, many people who lack insurance go to Costa Rica, India, and a few other countries for elective surgery at about 10% of the US cost. People ought to have the option of insurance that pays for foreign health care. Even with air travel and hotel the savings can be huge. Many more countries would set up for “Medical Tourism” if insurance would pay for it.

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  10. Krivaka

    i want ron paul to get elected…then just go crazy and completely stomp out the government :) if local neighborhoods wanna have militias they have that option but we dont need state or federally appointed cops

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  11. student507

    the international bankers want to create a united states of the world ( one world communism) under their powers.

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  12. student507

    no one says the obvious the us/un league, police the world because “they” (bankers international) don’t want any movements towards national sovereignty. that wouldn’t be good for their monopoly.

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  13. aretlev

    I was kind of disappointed with almost all of the panelists. I think each of them were capble of better responses.

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  14. dojOdRiFTeR

    THE REASON RON PAUL THINKS HES A SCIENCE GUY ARTS PEOPLE R STUPID SAME FOR OBAMA LIBERAL ARTS IOH FANCY WE NEED ENGINEERS AND PEOPLE IN ECON IN POLITICS THEY USE SOMETHING CALLED A BRIAN

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  15. Madfoot713

    you could point out that democracy is dangerous for the obvious reasons, but it’s preferable to authoritarianism. and corporations are quite smaller than nations.

    keep in mind corporations are legal entities, not a bunch of people who feel like getting together, so freedom of association isn’t exactly an argument here. considering how tightly intertwined government & business are anyway, taking corporate control out of the hands of the elite and to the people sounds like very libertarian…

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  16. Madfoot713

    as I understand it, the only thing that really defines socialism is public ownership of the means of production. this could be state socialism, but what would make more sense to me is to make corporations mini-democracies. let the workers come together on what direction the company is going and how much they’re getting out of it, so their only option isn’t “If you don’t like it you don’t HAVE to work here”

    Democracy in your workplace. Is that bad?

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  17. TheBurgeoning

    I could vote for Ron Paul. the other republicans. eh, not so much….

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  18. APRtunedAudi

    I’d give it to Nicole……

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  19. tstruss912

    Actual evidence for my case

    income inequality
    h ttp://en.wikipedia.o rg/wiki/List_of_countries_by_income_equality

    “free” market ranking
    h ttp://ww w.heritage.org/Index/ (I made a mistake when I said “CATO”, I meant “Heritage”)

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  20. Madfoot713

    Is Jones morally bound by his agreement to allow Smith to keep 8 in 9 parts of what what Jones produces? he capitalist, of course, answers, “Yes”, and I once would have given the same answer, even though I knew intuitively that such an arrangement would be grossly unfair. My current answer is “No” — this relationship between Smith and Jones is inherently exploitive, and Jones is entitled to much better.

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  21. Madfoot713

    Also, Jones will only receive 10% of the revenues despite all of his hard work, while Smith gets to keep 90% for his hoggish self. Jones agrees to these conditions because he has no other option.

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  22. Madfoot713

    I feel like I’m not explaining this well. The idea is that in socialism, corporations are themselves governed as democracies rather than oligarchies or authoritarian dictatorships. Is that not libertarian?

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  23. Madfoot713

    Copied from another video.

    Libertarian Socialism is the purest form of libertarianism, and here’s why.

    The principle of liberty is defined as the elimination of hierarchies. The principle of authority is based on the concentration of power in the hands of a few who then impose their values on the majority.

    Therefore, Libertarian Socialism, which is the ideology which opposes all hierarchies, is the purest form of libertarianism.

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    1. Libertarian777

      I thought Socialism still prefers central government saying who should get what to be ‘equal’.

      I would think the purest form of Libertarianism is Libertarian Anarchy.

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  24. aragornsargonath

    I would love for the government to cut $14 trillion from the budget this year followed by not allowing state governments and federal governments to not be allowed to spend more than what they have b/f I would be impressed.

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  25. 032125

    So your answer to my objection to robbery is that I should diminish my existence by ejecting myself and my family from society? That’s insane. To peacefully work toward deregulation, privatization, and liberty is a rational, moral response. To flee to the woods is silly and counterproductive, much like your anger.

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  26. PapaLuvTLC

    Thank God for Dr.Paul…
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    “Where is there dignity unless there is honesty?” – Cicero
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    Let’s wake up, People !! And let’s get busy >>>
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    V4Victory ~ TLC

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  27. TheDetoX

    Not all states would pass it. I would find it hard to assume that no state would be able to pass it. If states are being bought up and influenced in corrupt ways, then their deceptive and dishonest procedures can be kept in check by the federal gov. But for many years now the federal government has put itself in positions of power that leave it vulnerable to politicians being bought out just as you say. Who is to keep them in check? We see this so much now, at least those who pay attention.

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  28. tstruss912

    Instead of fearing the gov we should be taking it back. All talk of what we should do means nothing because right now we have no power.

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  29. TheDetoX

    It’s like were on a pole, Your state is your pole, you walk on that pole, it is the system in which you choose to live in, should that system fail, or become oppressive to you, just go ahead and walk on another pole. The federal government is our safety net, our last resort. But today its as if the federal government has taken upon itself to become a pole, THE ONLY POLE, now we dont have a safety net, and everyone must walk the same pole.

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  30. TheDetoX

    The federal government keeps the states in check with all the programs they do, to make sure our constitutional rights are sound. But if government partakes in what should be state affairs, who is to keep them in check?

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  31. TheDetoX

    The main problem we need to face right now is that the federal government is involved in so many programs that were originally intended for the states. Why does the federal gov need to regulate welfare, or universal healthcare? Why don’t people demand such programs from their states instead? The federal gov. main role is to protect our rights, and borders. I am not against or for universal healthcare, it doesn’t matter quite frankly. What matters is who is managing it.

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  32. TheDetoX

    The problems we should be addressing first are how can we bring healthcare costs down, how can we bring the number of people that need medical attention down. This country is the most obese country in the world. I can only assume that would add astronomically to our costs of healthcare. Why should someone pay for others bad health decisions? Universal Healthcare if demanded by the people should be done at a state level, so that those that want out can just move to a different state.

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  33. BudWithBeats76

    You know what I love about Ron Paul? He says the same things in every interview he ever does. He doesn’t change with the winds of current political atmosphere. NOW IS THE TIME. TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW ABOUT RON PAUL AND THE MESSAGE OF LIBERTY!

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    1. Kozmoedave

      I spend all too much time watching Ron Paul videos online. And I couldn’t have said it any better. RON PAUL 2012

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  34. MrPantallica

    Get this man in the white house!

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  35. rajtadanty

    Ron Paul – Best Choice for USA

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