Ron Paul: The Leader with a Plan to Solve the Financial Crisis





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Ron Paul – a visionary who predicted the financial crisis. A leader with a plan to solve it. The Paul Plan: Balance the budget, cut a trillion dollars year one. Eliminate five federal bureaucracies. End the foreign wars and nation building. Rein in the Federal Reserve. Pay down the debt. Cut taxes to create jobs. Ron Paul – a plan to restore America now.



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  1. @LitMargaretNan Excessive taxation can be immoral-- but have perspective! they're arresting journalists & peppersprayed elderly women

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    • @TomORand Agents of the government are doing the arresting, not capitalists. Capitalists can only be corrupt if the government is corrupt.

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  2. @LitMargaretNan It's not just about taxes, it's about buying votes, left and right. they'll all corrupt, the rich are just better at it.

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  3. Praise the plan of cutting back the size of government and give tax money back to the people where it belongs.

    However, I disagree on cutting the deficit and paying down the debt. How can you ever win if you pledge to use tax money towards immoral interest payments? The FED has got all the dollar ever printed in their books as "liability". Let them start paying interest on THAT debt! It will be ridiculous to compete against the other candidates who propose the usual deal of kicking the can down the road, never pay any debt, and increase the deficit just by the effect of compound interest. Cancel the debt, Audit the debt, Write off the debt... but do not pay it. Nixon stopped paying GOLD, it is time to stop paying INTEREST. Each tax dollar cut must return to the tax payers and not be used to pay interest on lavish big government spending facilitated by the FED.

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