Ron Paul: Preserve Social Security Benefits, Cut Foreign Spending, End Wasteful Agencies




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  3. pretty helpful material, overall I think this is well worth a bookmark, thanks

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  4. I like what he proposes but will it get through the DC sausage factory - very unlikely. If you'd like to share some of your own ideas on this check out www.run4president.org

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  5. "Preserve Social Security Benefits, Cut Foreign Spending, End Wasteful Agencies" This statement alone make me believe that once Dr. Paul takes the office he can cut the spending by 1-trillion dollars in his first year and take the country to a direction of peace prosperity and progress.

    Ron Paul for 2012

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  6. "Preserve Social Security Benefits, Cut Foreign Spending, End Wasteful Agencies"

    This statement alone make me believe that once Dr. Paul takes the office he can cut the spending by 1-trillion dollars and take the country to a direction of peace prosperity and progress.

    Dr. Paul for 2012

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