Ron Paul: When I Am President…

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I firmly believe the American people are serious about cutting spending and fixing our debt crisis now. Those struggling to make ends meet and provide for their families while also trying to save for the future know we must change course immediately.

I’m not running for president merely to trim a little here and there from our bloated federal budget. Instead, I have offered the boldest, most specific and most comprehensive solutions in the history of American politics to restore our economy and once again make America the most innovative, competitive and prosperous nation in the world.

We face no problem that cannot be solved by reaffirming our trust in the fundamental principles of freedom, limited constitutional government and individual responsibility.

As a candidate, I pledge that not only will my first 100 days as president be dedicated to reinstituting these core values from the moment I take my oath but that my entire time in office will be devoted to protecting our liberties and removing the burden of an out-of-control government from the people’s backs.

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  • SKull

    From what I can gather Ron Paul is the only remotely sane person running for office in 12`. I still miss some clarity on what his views are on fractional reserve, debt based money contra interest free public credit. If I`m not mistaken this was the system the US was originally founded on and if any sort of renaissance is planned this must surely be a part of it.

    Associated with this I am curious to know why the obvious slogan of either getting rid of the fed or nationalizing it has been replaced by the timid cal for an audit. isn`t it way past the point of an audit now, 4 years into a depression?

    Other than that, good people all over the world can only hope the next President be Paul, if for nothing else than to get a break from the collective insanity that has apparently gripped DC in the decade since 9/11. Best of luck to him.


    • Ryanoceros

      @SKull He hasn’t replaced his “end the fed” position with “audit the fed”. He still wants to end the fed. Auditing the fed is simply the first step, then, with the evidence gained from that audit, ending the fed will be a natural and relatively easy thing to accomplish.

      • SKull


        I hope you`re right, but I still think this sends a timid signal to the people who are aware of the fraud of the fed. I know that many commentators in the Truth, peace or liberty movement have responded negatively to it. Webster Tarpley is one.

        My suggestion for a revised slogan is therefore “Tow the Federal Reserve out into the Atlantic and sink it!”

        That should clear up any confusion.