Ron Paul appeared on three different shows today to discuss his groundbreaking CPAC victory and his plans for 2012.
CNN American Morning:
MSNBC’s Morning Joe:
CNBC’s Kudlow Report:
Love how Ron takes swipes at the Republicans for not sticking to their principles...no other politician can do that because they don't have the record that Ron has to back up his point...
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Excellent job R.P. well said again and again. His truth is so easy to speak when he has no lies to cover up.
I'm with you! as long as no civil or natural rights are violated, the 10th amendment is clear,"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." and the Declaration of Independance says " That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it" We are the sovereigns. They work for us.
He's racist, homophobic, anti-abortion, and doesn't even believe in evolution. He's just another typical elderly white male candidate. He may lean libertarian when it comes to economic issues, but he's a hardcore right-wing Republican when it comes to social issues.
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Appealing to emotions much? No substantial evidence on racism, but more importantly he is against aggression; which debunks all your ad hoc reasoning. Racism itself isn't the problem, which is collectivist, its aggression. Look up the non aggression principle, he is for voluntarism. As for evolution, he never said he totally disagreed with it. He is a christian, a belief w/e... The fact he is an actual Libertarian totally counters all your objective flawed reasoning that he is some kind of an Authoritarian. No he is not a "hardcore Republican" on social issues. He is an Austrian, a much more sound position. I suggest you look it up, its very classic liberal and anti-statist.
i dont see what is so hard about having a small federal government really i dont care if all the nanny state welfare keeps on if its done at the state/local level, just not the fed..doesnt that make more sense anyway so solutions are tailored to a specific areas problems/needs? it would be like 50 gov experiments going on all at once we could then take what works and what doesnt. that must be too much personal freedom, politicians can handle that much at once makes then feel powerless.
Yeah, I agree, It won't be pretty, but if there is one rey of light, it is the fact that americans are incredibly resourceful, when we agree to put our petty differences aside and unite, we are a force like none other. I can tell you this, we were promised freedom in this nation, not safety, not a nanny state. We were guerenteed a government which would be bound by the chains of the constitution and that is what i intend to have.
the thing that scares me about this is that all the major ISP's are in bed on this kill switch deal and it will be very hard for independent ISP's to get around this legislation, without paying fines and penalties. but i think if it gets to that point hackers and others will find a way to communicate and organize or just take down the infrastructure that way if the ppl dont have internet neither will anyone else... though i hope it never comes to that .
Great Interview!!!!!! Awesome!!!
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I like Joe Scarborough a lot. He should run for something again. He'd be a pretty good ally for liberty principles.
I'm a former Obama zombie, I understand your reluctance to believe that he's more of the same because then you'll feel as if all that adulation praised upon a seemingly great candidate was for naught. I understand that when there's a criticism leveled against him, you feel compelled to defend him by blaming the awful former administration (and yes, they were awful). Admitting the truth may make you feel empty but only for a short while. You'll be glad to have woken up!
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nice part on distinction between defense spending and militarism around 4:10 then funny when analyst scratches his head like...hmmmm
Dr. Paul definitly has my vote, Even if he decides not to run, I will right him in because the rest on the ballot are shit. I do believe he will run though.
abortion is actually the only place I disagree with Dr. Paul, I totally understand and agree with his philosophy on the issue, but I always keep coming back to the fact that you cannot legislate morality. You should not create laws that you have no ability to enforce. Ron has stated many times though; that abortion is a matter for local community's to deal with, not the federal government. He would not allocate funds, but he wouldn't try to make it illegal either. He would simply stay neutral.
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