Ron Paul: I Can Beat Obama

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  1. Tumbleweedin

    Too bad the republican party was set on forcing yet another worthless establishment loser on us in Mitt-Witt Romney, and was willing to ignore, bend, break, and even change their own rules to do. Corruption and fraud all the way thru Tampa. Ron Paul WAS the only one that could beat Obama, and that's why the mainstream media and the establishment one party with two names did everything they could to keep him from the nomination. RON PAUL IS MY PRESIDENT!

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  2. Tumbleweedin

    Too bad the republican party was set on forcing yet another worthless establishment loser on us in Mitt-Witt Romney, and was willing to ignore, bend, break, and even change their own rules to do. Corruption and fraud all the way thru Tampa. Ron Paul WAS the only one that could beat Obama, and that's why the mainstream media and the establishment one party with two names did everything they could to keep him from the nomination. RON PAUL IS MY PRESIDENT!

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  3. Tumbleweedin

    LOOK who's calling who the idiot. I said a "gallon of gas"...not a barrel of oil. DUH! And gas WAS $2.69 a gallon in 2008 not $4.12 as you state. We never even got close to that price of $4.12 a gallon until early this last year. Double DUH! And being as I prefer not to use the rather ignorant language you must be used to including in your babble, I can simply say that your ignorance proceeds your illogic now. Typical moronic BS theory from an obvious political reprobate.

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  4. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    You idiot. Oil was 142/barrel in June 2008. It's 84 barrel now. Gas was $4.12/gallon. It's less than $3.00 now. Since Oct 2007, food prices have grown 2.6%/year. Food price index Oct 2007 = 206.124, oct 2012 = 234.718. When Obama took office, oil prices were temporarily depressed because the economy crashed. You're cherry picking a convenient data point. You're a joke and a dumb fuck.

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  5. Tumbleweedin

    How much was a gallon of gas when Obummer took office? And how much is a gallon now? What about milk, a loaf of bread, a pound of hamburger? The value of the dollar has declined exactly as Ron Paul stated it would. It has been all the QE crap that has just prolonged the agony. You can either read his book "End The FED" and learn something, or just keep believing they way you do and I wish you well with that.

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  6. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    You're not very good at thinking. A politician can fear monger without being part of the GOP establishment. If you think he does not fear monger on monetary policy, you have never heard him speak. Where is the hyperinflation he predicted 4 years ago? Imminent collapse of the dollar was the phrase he used 4 years ago. What does imminent mean? Certainly less than 4 years. Going on 5 years now and the rate of inflation is 2%.

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  7. Tumbleweedin

    Ron Paul has never resorted to "fear mongering" ever. That is an establishment republican practice. And Ron Paul is NOT an establishment republican. And if you believe he is...YOU are the moron.

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  8. tjtomkins

    Romney IS Obama so what's the point of voting for him - they both support NDAA, Patriot Act, bailouts, corporatism, Fed's inflationary policy, high taxes, high debt, no plan to balance the budget, healthcare

    And he's simply NOT a conservative because he's flip-flopped on so many issues - gun-rights, abortion, federal mandates, bailouts & the list goes on; he can't be trusted at all - /watch?v=JIeekoQfqVU

    Vote for Romney is like Obama because Romney IS Obama

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  9. Tanner Brooker

    I would say the Republicans will ultimately rally around the eventual nominee, which is Mitt Romney. Romney is very well funded, experienced both politically and in the private sector and is a big name candidate. Romney can appeal to the middle which will help him in the general election where as Obama is very Liberal and far left. Ron Paul has support with younger voters but his plans are too radical for most independents and it would not rally social conservatives. Romney 2012

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  10. soldierofjesus100

    I would say the Republicans will ultimately rally around the eventual nominee, which is Mitt Romney. Romney is very well funded, experienced both politically and in the private sector and is a big name candidate. Romney can appeal to the middle which will help him in the general election where as Obama is very Liberal and far left. Ron Paul has support with younger voters but his plans are too radical for most independents and it would not rally social conservatives. Romney 2012

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  11. Found911

    There is rumor of 2 people.....

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  12. Deadmoo53

    Agreed. That's part of why I'm so interested in following it. I'm curious as to who has been assassinated yet, if that information is even accessible.

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  13. captainkirrahe

    Agreed. That's part of why I'm so interested in following it. I'm curious as to who has been assassinated yet, if that information is even accessible.

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  14. Found911

    I'd call it the absolute most anti-American act our government has ever committed.....so far. They were never to have that kind of power, and for good reason! The Constitution is basically destroyed by it.

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  15. Deadmoo53

    Do you know who? The NDAA is something I'm really interested in following as a policy, mostly because it was so unpopular before it was passed in states where their senators voted yes anyway.

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  16. captainkirrahe

    Do you know who? The NDAA is something I'm really interested in following as a policy, mostly because it was so unpopular before it was passed in states where their senators voted yes anyway.

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  17. HIM666waytolove

    Precisely my point.

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  18. spliffsperlunk

    Ron Paul is the ONE AND ONLY candidate who isnt selling a pack of lies up on stage , What he says is what he means.

    So if you arent voting for Dr Paul then what are you voting for? ... Magic Eightball?

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  19. Francozilla

    Mainstream Republicans are so ignorant and stupid though. Writing in Ron Paul might be the best alternative to beat the establishment.

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  20. Alan Herrera

    OBAMA IS PLAYED OUT LIKE CD PLAYERS AND ED HARDY..LOL

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