If America doesnt vote for Ron paul, i want the EU to put Americans through Phyco evaluation as a LAW because it would seem the majority are mentally ill and have a power complex.
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I am thinking too many Americans are infected with the "RAGE" virus . . . :/
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Write in Ron Paul.
Ron Paul -2012
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Bless you Dr. Paul - the most important and best Statesman of our time. 100 years from now our great grandchildren will be thankful that Dr. Ron Paul won in 2012 or they will be in a complete Nazi police state/slavery wondering what happened to the sanity of the people in 2012!
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The United States will crap thier collective pants when we write in Paul.
Yea, then they'll send military personnel to all our houses to take us to Camp Fema Indefinitely !
. . . . . just joking . . . . . ?
The Messiah chooses Ron Paul for president.
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I cant believe the people of Florida could vote the way they did anyone with any sense at all would vote for anyone other than RON PAUL you have the chance to make AMERICA great again in the eyes of the world we all wanted to be AMERICAN growing up.You have the the chance please don't waste this chance GOD BLESS RON PAUL
7% of the vote? LOL
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I love Ron Paul. What a great man.
Don´t listen the media. They are trying to cover Ron Paul´s campaign.
Fu** them! VOTE RON PAUL REVOLUTION 2012!
Watch this video of the Iranian Military Parade they had representing the US and Israel...
If you payed attention you will see the US Flag and the Israeli Star advance onto the Sword, not the Sword on the Star or Flag... Think about it people, think hard... the future depends on it...
Also remember, there is no respawning in Iran. . .
Enmity runs deep between arch-foes Iran and Israel. And that confrontation complicates the lives of Iranian Jews, who make up the largest community of Jews in the Middle East outside the Jewish state.
Iran's Jews are buffeted by inflammatory rhetoric from President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad about "wiping Israel off the map" and denying the Holocaust, and a politically charged environment that often equates all Jews with Israel and routinely witnesses the burning of the "enemy" flag.
But despite what appears to be a dwindling minority under constant threat of persecution, Iranian Jews say they live in relative freedom in the Islamic Republic, remain loyal to the land of their birth, and are striving to separate politics from religion.
They caution against comparing Iran's official and visceral opposition to the creation of Israel and Zionism with the regime's acceptance of Jews and Judaism itself.
"If you think Judaism and Zionism are one, it is like thinking Islam and the Taliban are the same, and they are not," says Ciamak Moresadegh, chairman of the Tehran Jewish Committee. "We have common problems with Iranian Muslims. If a war were to start, we would also be a target. When a missile lands, it does not ask if you are a Muslim or a Jew. It lands."
The continuous Jewish presence in Iran predates Islam by more than a millennium. One wave came when Jews sought to escape Assyrian king Nebuchadnezzar II around 680 BC; others were freed from slavery by Cyrus the Great with the conquest of Babylon some 140 years later.
Anti-Semitism historically 'rare'
Historically, say Jewish leaders, anti-Semitism here is rare, a fact they say is often lost on critics outside, especially in Israel, where many Iranian Jews have relatives. Still, the Jewish community has thinned by more than two-thirds since Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, to some 25,000; the largest exodus took place soon after the Islamic Republic was formed, though a modest flow out continues.
"Our problem is that the Israel issue is not solved, and that affects us here," says one Iranian Jew who asked not to be named.
But that does not affect every Iranian Jew. Surgeon Homayoun Mohaber measures his nationalism in blood, and bits of metal – the kind of support that Iranian Jews say has defined their small community's ties to Iran.
During the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980s, as an Iranian military surgeon, Dr. Mohaber conducted more than 900 frontline operations, was himself wounded, and gave blood twice to save fellow Iranian soldiers.
Today, in his Tehran clinic, he keeps a jar full of bullets and shrapnel fragments, extracted during the war from wounded soldiers.
"The relations between Jews and Muslims, between 70 million Muslims and 30,000 Jews, are very good," says Mohaber. "In Israel, the situation for Iranian Jews is quite misunderstood."
"[The Islamic regime] made very good respect for me all the time, and did not care about my religion after the revolution," says Mohaber, who avoided a general purge of Jews from the officer ranks after Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution.
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Interesting video, seems that Iran is telling their people that the Us and Israel are the aggressors. We are, sadly. We can't let our Government commit this Travesty against these people whom do not deserve to die.
Also, I appreciate the second post you made, it's interesting that the Msm and most of our people have never thought to ask Iranian Jews how they feel about their country and it's leadership or Israel itself for that matter.
This goes to show that Israel and the Us have the same goals in mind, they are the Axis...
Hey people remember how we complained about that if Germans would have stood up and told Hitler to bugger off that WW2 would have never happened and Germany wouldn't have suffered another crushing defeat?
Well this is Weimar Germany and the Establishment is the Nazi Party, do the math. . .
Am I getting through to you?
Are we on the same page?
Did you think this was a normal election?
Did you think this was a game?
Hey you, wake up and stop this mass madness you maniacs!
All you republicunts wont support our president Obama because your all racist butt f@ckers just like your quack docter is.
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Why in the actual fuck is Ron Paul not winning all of these? How come he is coming fourth despite the fact he has the largest online fan base of any of the candidates? What is wrong with these people?
Ron Paul is an old fart and is stupid. All his supporters are idiots.
$4MoreYears $4MoreYears ! ! ! ! !
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People..please wake up, please keep spreading the message! I cant even begin to think of the people who are voting for Newt & Romney. Its scary to believe that people actually vote for people who are pro fed and who want another war. I mean jesus America...are you not fed up of wars?! I love America...love the people and have sooo many good friends there...but my government (uk) and the us government have been killion millions of innocent people! Believe to be free and it will come!!!
Even Romney didn't get this type of reaction with his own people.
I don't see Mitt & Newt get crowds like this. I smell something fishy with those 2. The establishment wished Paul would go away. It is my wish and hope that Paul surprises everyone they have acknowledge us.
i hope he becomes elected. the only chance America has left. :/
Just looking at the numbers breaks my heart. I guess American want wars, always and forever.
<3 you doctor paul
I haven't given up yet, but it's hard not to get disheartened watching some of these primary results... Dr. Paul's diligence and determination is what keeps me going.
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