The ones who about to inherit this country, college students. Over 70% support Ron Paul. The ones who are willing to die defending this country, our active military. Over 80% support Ron Paul. We should be asking ourselves why our beliefs, ideas and feelings in any way should outweigh theirs. This isn't about beliefs and ideas. Those change everyday and everyone has one. This is about principles and morals, Liberty. Without that, we won't be allowed our own beliefs or ideas. Good luck to us.
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Tom Woods just doesn't get it.
People vote for what the media and it's corporate sponsers tell them to vote for. Period
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The only things I really care about at this point is enforcing the Constitution, and sadly the only person running for president who will do that is Paul. He's the only one.
Sadly most people voting for Mitt Romney dont know what the hell he actually plans to do. He has a back door contingency for everything he says, and offers no solutions. Ron Paul is 2nd place in delegates not Santorum or Newt.
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Well so far America's policy seems to include attacking only those sovereign nations that Do NOT have a bomb under the rationale that they're ""thinking " about it. So by attacking unarmed nations I imagine we're sending a message that it's safer to have the weapons because then we'll back off...
haha the reason every thinking person in the world hates the american government is because its people are just so gosh damn awesome lololol
Anti-Americanism always peaks across the world whenever there is a Republican administration, and then everone falls back in love with America when a Democrat is Prez. Australia gets sucked into every war the US starts. Fortunately, we don't have the same stigma that Americans have. We are safer than Americans when travelling abroad because people don't hate us as much. However, whenever the US decides to start a new war, whenever the US invades and occupies a country, Australia is there invading and occupying with it. We stand by our troops. They get killed in combat, fighting for the American republican government. If the US homeland was under attack, we wouldn't mind fighting for America. We'd do that gladly. That's why we didn't mind going to Afghanistan with the US initially, because we felt for the US after 9/11. But then Bush let bin Laden go free for 8 years. Right under his nose in Pakistan. What the F---!! We're sick of the funerals, sick of the deaths of our bravest young men, particularly when its all for bullshit reasons, lies, that we knew were bullshit from the start, like the bullshit about the weapons of mass destruction. We're sick of spending billions of dollars on these wars, that we could be spending on health, education etc. And because of the US enforcing stupid UN conventions, we're also squandering billions of dollars on a war on drugs that just props up parasites and wastes police resources, putting adolescents throughcriminal courts for smoking a joint, to please the US, Republicans and Democrats. Ron Paul could stop all this, restore some sanity.
Here you go again with your ignorance. You Aussies are more wasted than I thought. Anti-Americanism peaks across the world whenever there is a "Republican" administration ? Does the world Love us now that we have a Democrat administration ? Ron Paul will make the world love us ? Is he a Republican or Democrat ?
You had best hope and pray that the US gets someone in office that has some balls and is willing to stand up for worthless assholes such as yourself. Alot of US troops have died for assholes around the world.
On 19 February 1942 mainland Australia came under attack for the first time when Japanese forces mounted two air raids on Darwin. The two attacks, which were planned and led by the commander responsible for the attack on Pearl Harbour ten weeks earlier, involved 54 land-based bombers and approximately 188 attack aircraft which were launched from four Japanese aircraft carriers in the Timor Sea. In the first attack, which began just before 10.00 am, heavy bombers pattern-bombed the harbour and town; dive bombers escorted by Zero fighters then attacked shipping in the harbour, the military and civil aerodromes, and the hospital at Berrimah. The attack ceased after about 40 minutes. The second attack, which began an hour later, involved high altitude bombing of the Royal Australian Air Force base at Parap which lasted for 20-25 minutes. The two raids killed at least 243 people and between 300 and 400 were wounded. Twenty military aircraft were destroyed, eight ships at anchor in the harbour were sunk, and most civil and military facilities in Darwin were destroyed.
So don't try to sound like the US has dragged you morons into anything that you didn't want. Do you think that Aussies could have defeated Japan all by their little selves ? LOL. What a Donk.
I am not voting for Ron Paul because he has a crazy foreign policy which is let Iran get a nuclear bomb and start a nuclear war in the world. Then Ron Paul is the candidate who makes up complete lies to justify his foreign policy. Also rather than justifying foreign policy with facts, he disgracefully brings the military into politics in a hopeless attempt to justify his position. That is why I am not voting for Ron Paul.
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New Ron Paul slogan:
"Yes We Can and We Certainly Will"
Because Ron Paul is "Ready, Willing and Able" This is a common sentence in sound contracts when a deal is finalized: ready, willing and able. And a sound contract on America we certainly need.
Not as Obama, saying to the people "Yes we Can" and then do nothing about the real problem.
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Obama won overwhelmingly with "Yes we can". It is time that Ron Paul tells the people "Yes we can" instead of only "No, they cannot".
Most people need the consequences of Truth to be spelled out to them, else they will follow the Liars and vote them in office
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What Tom is saying is very typical of any Mitt, Newt & Santorum supporter.
I support Ron Paul 100%, but making people feel stupid is not going to get them to switch their votes from Santorum or Romney to Paul. This video only attempts to make people feel stupid. I go another direction. If somebody tells me their voting for Romney, I ask them why and tell them why Paul is the better candidate for the reason they gave for Romney.
That's how you influence people that are active voters.
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That all sounds so nice and sweet. Have you got any research facts to back that up? This is the real world. Real politick. Negative campaigning works. It's very effective. You need positive campaigning too but you neglect negative campaigning at your peril.
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Love the Von Mises statue on the bookshelf. I have the same one.
The video was snide and mildly entertaining for a current Ron Paul supporter. However, I can't imagine it convincing an undecided voter to actually consider Ron Paul as a candidate. And it certainly isn't worthy of the main Ron Paul website. It should stay on youtube.
american are stupid
Tom you're making TOO much sense man, try making a little less sense and maybe some people might listen...lol.
Many evangelicals refuse to vote for anyone that won't continue giving money to Israel ( a nation that to them is a theological reality, not just a political or historical one ..). They feel America must give this secular nation, founded by Jewish atheists for Jews ( "Jewish State Of Israel" if you're not a Jew in a nation that defines itself as such , you're a second class citizen by default. An ethnocracy, not a true modern democracy. ), unconditional support and aid.
I still remember when Mr. Romney used to egotistically boast about how he could get as much taxpayer money as he wanted for his business ventures around a decade ago. That isn't exactly a candidate who is dedicated consistently to spending cuts.
Ron Paul on the other hand, has a record worthy of one's trust.
This is excellent!
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