46 responses to “Ron Paul: The Modern Presidency Is Dangerously Close to an Elective Dictatorship”

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  4. TimothyKeidel

    Paul is always standing up for what is right. Nobody stands up as much as he does for the Constitution. I know that if paul doesnt win what little bit of freedom we have left will be gone soon enough. Obama and his administration are steadily robbing us of it.

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    Is he drunk he sound drunk x,…D

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  6. Mike Warren

    “Best economic shape”. Not quite. Clinton was in the midst of riding a flase boom created by Alan Greenspan. Even then the surplus, though you did make the distinction of “budget surplus”, didn’t exist, and was nothing more than clever wordplay on their parts. The public debt may have been a surplus, however Intra-governmental debt was higher than the surplus, resulting in debt every year of his administration.

    The last president with a surplus was Andrew Jackson, and we also had no debt or national bank destroying the economy. So clearly. the economy has been FAR better.

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