Ron Paul: The One Who Stood with Reagan

Ron Paul’s new TV ad:

The establishment called him “extreme and unelectable”. They said he was the wrong man for the job. It’s why a young Texan named Ron Paul was one of only 4 congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan’s campaign for President, believing in Reagan’s message of smaller government and lower taxes. After Reagan, Senator Al Gore ran for President, pledging to raise taxes and increase spending, pushing his liberal values. And Al Gore found a cheerleader in Texas named Rick Perry. Rick Perry helped lead Al Gore’s campaign to undo the Reagan Revolution, fighting to elect Al Gore President of the United States. Now, America must decide who to trust, Al Gore’s Texas cheerleader, or the one who stood with Reagan.

  • ARIGOLD12

    The corporations will do anything to get Perry in

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  • anassau

    Who would have guessed Ron Paul watches RWJ!?

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  • Shonenut213

    The funny thing is that Ronald Reagan actually increased the size of government.

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  • StratusBlue

    The hijacking of the Tea Party is complete. It WAS anti status quo and anti-partisan. Dr. Paul’s role was Libertarian and featured foreign policy and exposing a multi-$TRILLION fraud. Nader, McKinney, Barr and Baldwin joined Paul in an INDEPENDENT coalition in agreement on those issues. Ron Paul withdrew from the race, abandoning that coalition and split it by endorsing Baldwin. Paul’s delegates were dedicated and ready to flood the convention. Paul prevented it. He is YOUR audacity of Hope.

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  • dc202009

    Paul still has my support, but I wish he’d stay above the mud slinging. Whoever is in charge of the Paul campaign is distorting his message with this kind of junk.

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  • StratusBlue

    Pandering to Reaganites and partisanship (by demonizing any supporter of Gore) garners ONLY a negative response from anyone willing to buck the Status quo. If Mitt Romney pandered to Reaganites and partisans like he did, he solidifies his base. Dr. Paul CANNOT be anti-status quo and pander to the status quo. Perry is stealing that role and Dr. Paul abandoned it foolishly. At what benefit?
    He got to call Perry a cheerleader. The REVOLUTION was just reduced to landing a childish comment.

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  • Susanne

    At the Iowa Straw Poll last month, Dr. Marion, elder care expert and author, questioned Ron Paul, as well as other Republican presidential candidates, about their plans for dealing with the elder tsunami heading our way. You can see their responses here:

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  • Nevermind900426

    firstread.msnbc.msn dot com/

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  • sturmluger

    with jews controlling everything i dont know if i trust ron paul at this point

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  • krisstopher07

    This country will fail because of its citzens. Lazy, Arrogant, Divided, and Spoiled to the core. The United States was once the nation every country wanted to be like but now the glory days are gone and the rest of the planet is laughing at us. In order for this country to move forward, there needs to be a shift from republic to police state.

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  • tommytowne

    Ron Paul is a racist old man.

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  • tommytowne

    10. “There is no such thing as a hate crime.”
    Ron paul

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  • tommytowne

    9. “Immigrants can spread diseases for which we may have no immunity. There is also the question of crime and culture. Many immigrants come from countries with different legal structures and are not willing to behave in the way we expect American citizens to behave.”
    Ron Paul

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  • tommytowne

    8. “Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5 percent of blacks have sensible political opinions, i.e. support the free market, individual liberty and the end of welfare and affirmative action.”
    Ron Paul

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  • tommytowne

    7. “I wouldn’t vote against getting rid of the Jim Crow laws.” -When asked if he would have voted for the Civil Rights Act.
    Ron Paul

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  • tommytowne

    6. “The Criminals who terrorize our cities – in riots and on every non-riot day – are not exclusively young black males, but they largely are.”
    Ron Paul

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  • Beowulfsonur

    Ron Paul makes a lot of sense. Lots of Republican’s say they’re Constitutional Conservatives but Ron Paul has proved through his voting record that he actually is one!

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  • tommytowne

    5. “Contrary to the claims of the supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the sponsors of H.Res. 676, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 did not improve race relations or enhance freedom. Instead, the forced integration dictated by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 increased racial tensions while diminishing individual liberty.” -On the 40th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act
    Ron Paul

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  • tommytowne

    4. ”Given the inefficiencies of what DC laughingly calls the criminal justice system, I think we can safely assume that 95 percent of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal. These aren’t my figures, that is the assumption you can gather from” the report.”
    Ron Paul

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  • tommytowne

    3. ”Six-hundred-thousand Americans died in the senseless Civil War. No, he should not have gone to war. He did this just to enhance and get rid of the original tenet of the Republic.” -Regarding the Civil War

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