Ron Paul: Republicans Pretend They Want Limited Government

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Piers Morgan: We’ll begin tonight with our big story in politics, Ron Paul has quite a steep hill to climb on super-Tuesday, he’s got 38 delegates so far, but with ten states voting next week, and 427 delegates at stake, the candidate has high hopes. And Dr. Paul joins me now. Welcome back, Dr. Paul, how are you?

Ron Paul: Thank you, Piers, it’s nice to be with you again.

Piers Morgan: How are you feeling about super-Tuesday, what is your realistic aspiration for the ten states?

Ron Paul: Well, we’re working harder in a few states like Washington and Idaho and Alaska and a couple of others. But, realistically, I don’t have a number, we’re just going to do our very best and, you know, it’s a real challenge because we don’t have bragging rights yet and we’re running against the other Republicans. But what really is encouraging is when they compare my votes against the President, we do better than the rest of them. So that’s one of the arguments the Republicans have used for a long time: “We need somebody to beat Obama”. But the fact that I do better doesn’t seem to interest them too much, which I find interesting.

Piers Morgan: Now, you’ve been Mr. Nice Guy this campaign so far, but now you’re getting down and dirty. Here’s your latest attack ad, let’s watch this.

Voice in Ad: One is a serial hypocrite who lobbied for Freddie Mac before the housing crisis, and for the individual mandate before Obama Care. Another is a counterfeit conservative who opposes Right to Work, massively increased spending, and funded Planned Parenthood. Finally, a flip-flopper who’s been on all sides, supporter our bailouts, and provided the blueprint for Obama Care. Three men, one vision: more big government, more mandates, less freedom.

Piers Morgan: It’s like a promo for Mad Max there, I mean, serial hypocrite, counter conservative, flip-flopper?

Ron Paul: I think your description “down and dirty” is over the top, that’s been around for several months now, we put that ad out a lot before and we wanted to resurrect it without spending more money. But I think it’s legitimate, If somebody’s is all over the place and they’re changing their views and they’ve voted for big government … and the other three candidates have , they all represent big government. And I am challenging them at that, so I’m going to keep pointing their record out, because I think Republicans pretend they want limited government. And they don’t have a very good record, when you think that when the Republicans have taken over (we had the House and the Senate and the presidency), we didn’t shrink the size of the government and the debts, and the deficits still exploded. So I think I have a role to play and I’m would hope the Republicans will come around.

Piers Morgan: But there’s a theory going around that you’re going a bit easy on Mitt Romney, and they’re all sorts of potential reasons for that, which I won’t bore you with. But is it true that you and Mitt Romney are in bed together?

Ron Paul: No, one of our ads out right now challenges him for being a flip-flopper, but that isn’t the way. I think you guys are desperate for news if that’s the big news, because there’s nothing to it. and I think Governor Pawlenty answered it pretty well when they asked him about it, “Is there a backroom deal between Mitt Romney and Ron Paul?” and he said, “Ron Paul is the last guy in the world that would be making a backroom deal”. So, no, there’s nothing to that. Just because you can talk to somebody doesn’t mean you have to have a deal going. So yea, I talk to him because we’ve known each other for a long time, but we just disagree on policies. And we do have pretty strong discrepancy on foreign policy and the war on drugs and civil liberties and these things. So there definitely is a difference. And, of course, I disagree with all three of them because I want to actually cut some spending, and that’s a preposterous idea these days.

Piers Morgan: But tell me this, Dr. Paul, if you were Barack Obama and you’re watching your attack ad just now, for example. Who is best served to the conservatives to take on Barack Obama, the Hypocrite, the Fake, or the Flip Flopper?

Ron Paul: Well, I think the people that are helped the best are the voters to find out who they’re voting for. If they’re voting for somebody who says, “I am the conservative” and he’s really a fake, people need to know that. And this pretend is hypocrisy, there’s no doubt about it, and people deserve to know it. And they get away with too much. Over the years, people voted one way, they’ll vote liberal in Washington, and when they go home they’ll run as arch conservatives. And, for the most part, they’ve gotten away with it for a long time.

Piers Morgan: Because I suppose the point I was getting at is that, I wonder how damaging it is to the Republican cause, come the real battle when the nominee takes on Barack Obama? Because such emotive language is now just being drilled out on an hourly bases in these ads. Because if your Barack Obama, calling people hypocrites, frauds, and flip-floppers is meat and drink to the Democrats, isn’t it? They can just replay this stuff.

Ron Paul: Well, do you think it was a love fest between Hillary and Obama? I mean, they went after each other pretty hard, and he puts her in one of the most important jobs in the cabinet, the Secretary of State. So I would say that politicians pretty much come together like a family. You know the old saying, “Fight with your siblings, but don’t let the neighbors come in”.

Piers Morgan: Rick Santorum had a pretty rough week, and, by common consent, his debate performance was one of his weakest performances. And then he got caught with this double whammy, you know, trashing JFK speech, and also coming out with this line about people going to college; that somehow this was a snobbish policy by President Obama to encourage kids to go to college. What did you make of it all?

Ron Paul: Well, I can’t interpret all that, I don’t know what he was meaning, and it certainly didn’t do him any favors. But sometimes, what your mind is thinking and then you’re saying things in a certain context but it’s heard a different way, but it certainly didn’t do him much good, I don’t believe.

Piers Morgan: On the assumption at the moment that Mitt Romney may end up being the nominee, would you serve under him if he asked you?

Ron Paul: Well, it depends on … he’s not likely to do that. I know we get along and we’re friends and we talk to each other, but to be in a position … I don’t think that would be likely to happen. But there are certain issues that I feel very, very strongly about, and I’ve been talking about them and trying to change people’s minds about them for 30 or 40 years. So if somebody was serious, if the President or anybody else asked me seriously, “Now that the monetary crisis is much worse, and it is going to get much worse, what do you think we ought to do?”, if they were honestly seeking my input, why would anybody turn that down. But as far as being in the administration goes, I have to wait and see, maybe I’ll have to ask him whether he wants to help me out when I get in.

Piers Morgan: Ha, ha. Well, I think you should certainly be rewarded, I know I’m making an assumption here that you’re not going to be a nominee, and that may be unfair at this stage. But given that people seem to think it might be Mitt Romney now, I would be staggered if he didn’t reflect your popularity particularly with young people on social media, the energy and drive you’ve brought to your campaign. I mean, I think they’d be mad not to use you in some serious way.

Ron Paul: You know, these last couple of elections I was third of fourth, we didn’t do all that well. But somebody sent me a note, “You know, you always look to the positive things” and in almost every state, I think essentially every state, I always win between the 18 and 30 year olds. I always win that. So I think your point is well taken, if they’re thinking about the future or the fall election, young people are very, very important, and I’m the one person that can take young people away from Obama. But nobody in the leadership has ever come and said, “Ron, what is it that the young people like about what you’re doing”. I think they’re afraid of the answer, because it might be, “Well, maybe a little less war, maybe a little less spending, maybe balance the budget, and maybe we shouldn’t be walking into people’s houses without search warrants”. I don’t think I’m ever going to hear that. But why should they write everybody off under 30? You know, I don’t like all these laws, but I’m thinking about proposing a law that nobody is allowed to vote over 30. So if I could narrow it down to people who could vote under 30, my numbers would go up.

Piers Morgan: Let’s take a little break, Ron, and come back and talk about two of your favorite topics: the Fed and Iran, and maybe even birth control as well.

Ron Paul to Bernanke: You took over the Fed in 2006. I have a silver ounce here, and this ounce of silver back in 2006 would buy over 14 gallons of gasoline. Today, it will buy almost 11 gallons of gasoline, that’s preservation of values. Why can’t people put this in a mattress and get 4, 5 times as much the value in a few years?

Piers Morgan: That was Ron Paul earlier this week, taking a break from the campaign trail to return to his job on Capitol Hill. He had some pretty tough questions for Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke. Ron Paul is back with me now. You really stuck it to him with the silver coin, Ron. I mean, it is incontrovertible evidence, I would argue, that if you just stuck it under the mattress, you would have done better with your money.

Ron Paul: Yea, but if you put those dollars away, they lose value, the paper dollars lose value. He was saying that the only people concerned about inflation are the ones who put their money in a mattress. My point was, there’re a lot of people concerned and the inflation rate is much higher and people on fixed incomes are hurting. And people in the middle class hurt a lot more with inflation of prices than do the people on Wall Street. If they’re making millions, what do they care about what the price of gasoline is? But the middle class does and the people on fixed incomes do. So it’s very dramatic when you look at the value of money. Gold and silver isn’t money because I think it’s money, it became money 6000 years ago. Paper money is the artificial government money, and they always destroy it. And this is why we’re in this crisis, this is what we’re facing in Europe, and Bernanke has promised that we will bail out Europe because our banks are involved and we are in the derivatives market and it’s a sovereign debt. And the American people are likely to end up owning Greek debt at the rate we’re going, and that has to devalue the dollar. And I think the devaluation of the dollar and the increase of prices is just beginning.

Piers Morgan: Let’s turn to Iran, Ron. I know your views about this and you’re quite right, I think, to warn people about the precedent of Iraq and so on, about just not rushing headlong into more conflict and so on. But let me ask you this, would you feel comfortable with Ahmadinejad having a nuclear weapon?

Ron Paul: I wouldn’t want that to happen, I wouldn’t feel any more uncomfortable than I did when I was drafted in 1962 and the Soviets had 30,000 of them and they had nuclear weapons in Cuba; that was pretty uncomfortable then. But we used containment and we worked with it and we negotiated. As ruthless as those thugs were in the Soviet Union, Kennedy was willing to talk to them. But we’re not even willing to talk to the Iranians, and they don’t even have a weapon. Our own government has no evidence that they have it or they’re on the verge of having it, and yet, the war drums are beating hard, they’re ready to go. Just listen to the other three candidates, I mean, they don’t hesitate for a minute to be very, very militant: “Go into Syria, go into Iran, do whatever you can”. And our own administration should have most of the knowledge, they’re trying to soften this, and I got that information a little bit out of Hillary Clinton yesterday before the International Relations Committee.

Piers Morgan: But do understand why Israel, in particular, feels very, very vulnerable right with almost every country around it having the Arab Spring uprisings? And given the very outspoken comments by Ahmadinejad in relation to Israel, do you understand why they would feel so vulnerable, and why they would be so anxious about him having nuclear weapon capability?

Ron Paul: Right, and that’s why they should reclaim their sovereignty rights. See, they can’t do what they need to do with their borders, they can’t have either peace treaties or defend their borders without getting permission from us. But we inadvertently create more problems for them because we propped up Mubarak, gave him 40 to 50 billion dollars, and that created the blowback. So Al-Qaida is now in both, Libya and in Egypt. Matter of fact, Al-Qaida is in Iraq and the Al-Qaida from Iraq is going over into Syria. So it’s not helping Israel. But none of them are anxious to go there, none of them are saying, “Let’s go, we need to bomb these sites”. No, I can’t imagine that, the only people who seem to be doing that are some of the Republican candidates who seem to think that in order to look tougher than anybody else, we’re ready to go. And I think that’s dangerous, I think that’s careless and inflammatory and is not a good way to try to bring peace to the world, that’s the way you bring war to the world.

Piers Morgan: Let’s have a final question on birth control, you’ve obviously delivered 4000 babies in your life, you’ve cared for women’s health for 4, 5 decades. Did you agree with the Senate’s decision to not allow any exemptions to Obama’s birth control rule?

Ron Paul: Well, I don’t want the government in the insurance business. This whole idea that the government can tell the insurance companies what they can give … and when you’re talking about mandating birth control pills in insurance programs, that’s no longer insurance, that’s a mandate, it’s an entitlement. I remember when I brought my first insurance policy, the question was, “Do you want to have OB care under your policy?”, and I said, “Yes”. They said, “That will cost you so many more dollars each month”. So how can it be insurance if they don’t what they’re insuring for? So to say that you have to have on this policy with no increase in prices, and you’re going to give out birth control pills, that becomes a welfare issue and a mandate and a cost to the insurance companies. I just don’t like the government in this business, I much stronger believe the market works things out because then it gets into the kind of argument that we’re in now. I think it’s a rather silly argument about who’s going to get free birth control pills. I mean, that is way beyond pale as far as I’m concerned.

Piers Morgan: Dr. Paul, thank you very much indeed, as always.

Ron Paul: Thank you.

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253 responses to “Ron Paul: Republicans Pretend They Want Limited Government”

  1. happywrestly

    totally agree with you, I believe he sees himself actually out there fixing policy or bulldozing the fed rather then sitting back in the Oval office scheduling his next tee time.

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  2. Surfisher

    Pass it on...

    ILLEGAL EVERYTHING — Must-Watch special aired on FOX! See it below:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=CFfVeXhtRa0

    It is estimated that nearly 500,000,000 as of 2010 (and each year EVEN MORE are passed) — about 1/2 billion — NEGATIVE Laws/rules/regulations are on the books, meaning: “You, the US Citizen, cannot do 1/2 billion things, because we, the Government, have deemed such actions ILLEGAL.”

    More Negative Laws than the total count of US Citizens (including babies, children, and adults in our Nation)!

    The Arrogance of Office is best displayed by this pernicious Sophism: “Ignorance of the Law is no excuse”.

    No sane person can expect an individual to memorize all the names of the 312 million US Citizens — but same individual is expected to know the EXACTITUDE of ALL 1/2 billion LAWS (or be penalized for the IGNORANCE)?!

    The Great Roman Statesman Cicero stated: ‘The MORE Laws in a Nation, the LESS Justice for the Citizens’ — nearly 2000 years later, Cicero’s warning rings true: *More Laws = Less Liberty*!

    Only Ron Paul speaks out against this Government approved TYRANNY --- the rest are silent-partners-in-crime!

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  3. Surfisher

    Polling the posters here:

    How many future States do you think Mitt Romney would win, if the 4 minute video below is turned into a succinct Ad — showing Mitt's lifelong stand — and run many times on TV prior to elections?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9njHHyRI7g&feature=player_embedded

    My take is: None!

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  4. Amiri Can

    CALLING ALL BROTHERS AND SISTERS!

    https://www.change.org/petitions/cbs-news-60-minutes-get-ron-paul-on-60-minutes

    WE ONLY NEED A FEW THOUSAND MORE SIGNATURES, LETS DOUBLE IT!!! TELL YOUR FRIENDS!

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  5. Edward Six

    Who cares about Israel Chap does the Queen??

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  6. cultofedward

    Who cares about Israel Chap does the Queen??

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  7. Edward Six

    Accept for this British Chap...I like Hearing Ron Paul
    Should Tell him What A Piece of shit The Queen is and send him home!!

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  8. cultofedward

    Accept for this British Chap...I like Hearing Ron Paul
    Should Tell him What A Piece of shit The Queen is and send him home!!

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  9. waypasthadenough

    I will never again vote for a republicrat NWO hack, which is what all the other 'frontrunners'(mainstream newswhore appointed) are. If Paul doesn't win the nomination I will write him in. A vote for Paul is a vote for the spirit of human Liberty. It will count if he loses, drops dead the day after inauguration or is murdered because he is the only candidate that may actually attempt to cut the head off the beast. And we must kill the beast or it will devour us.

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  10. Surfisher

    Mitt Romney = Judas Goat

    If not aware of this olden days' meaning — here it is:

    When sheep are led to be slaughtered, they instinctively feel something is wrong. So, mill around and bleat, but won't enter the gate leading to the one waiting to smash their heads with a sledge hammer. So, a Judas goat is placed in the pen. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, leading them through the gate, and passing it safely — while its own life is spared, the ones flowing get their brains bashed!

    Mitt will lead us — and at the end of the gate, Bama will wield the sledge hammer….

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  11. calmingspeed

    Dr. Ron Paul has my vote

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  12. Amer Ican

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reCpV1YHuYs&feature=youtu.be
    Come on folks, get your Ron Paul comments on this video and vote thumbs up with your brothers and sisters to help send the RP message!
    DO IT NOW :-D

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  13. kiarg100

    i remember a few weeks back when ron paul's was asked during a debate, something along the lines of- "do you see yourself in the oval office?" he said that he didn't.

    i believe what he meant from this is that he doesn't see himself in the oval office because the power of the office isn't what is driving his campaign. the power is not his goal, he wants serve the people. the other candidates' answers were basically i see myself in power...

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  14. StylesDanP

    ATTENTION - GOOGLE "RON PAUL 60 MINUTES" to get our guy on America's most watched news show! Spread the word of LIBERTY!!!

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  15. Surfisher

    The only way to prevent voter fraud is to get a receipt.

    When I invest into a product — buying a steak at the supermarket per say — they give me a receipt for my investment (shows the item code# and the date and time of my investment (purchasing in good faith, upon accountability by vendor, that I received the right product))!

    Elections MUST be held to at least the same standard, as buying a steak — when people invest into their Right To Vote, give them a VALID receipt for their investment!

    If States can issue millions of Lottery Tickets weekly, that cannot be forged — why not be FORCED to do the same during the rare elections?!

    Without a RECEIPT, what government assurance do you have that your VOTE actually COUNTED...?!

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  16. ItsAboutWhatUDo

    The argument that u should vote for some1 because they r electable is completely insane. What if Adolf Hilter was running and was electable? Shit the media would just prop up Satan if he was what they call electable.

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  17. Kumail12

    /watch?v=ATq31EKInH4

    Excellent analysis, a must watch. I wish Ron Paul would mention that Iran is the best democracy anyplace. Just this friday 64% of population voted in parliment election, USA % stands 34% for congress. Every seat has 10 or more candidates.
    Every 2 yrs there is election. I hate CNN and FOX for taking again USA to war. Ron Paul should have its own party, tv and radio or else I don't know how USA citizen will be aware of some simple facts.

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  18. cemiami

    President Paul, President Paul, President Paul...End The Fed

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  19. Thaddeus Kosciuszko

    Brilliance, Ambiguities and Inconsistencies

    An honest evaluation of Mr. Gingrich’s record of policy positions, legislative endeavors and yeas & nays—reveal an intellectual awareness of free-market and limited government principles.

    And one cannot deny that on occasion, Mr. Gingrich’s has exhibited some forthright flashes of philosophical brilliance.

    The dark side: Mr. Gingrich, supported individual mandate in 1993; and he supported the individual mandate in 2011, the same year he describe Mr. Ryan's budget plan—the plan that liberals abhor—as "right wing social engineering.”
    Regrettably, Mr. Gingrich contemporaneous denunciations of Mr. Ryan, conservatives and libertarians are frequent and serious. On two of the most important recent issues that confronted limited government conservatives/libertarians, Mr. Gingrich advocated forcefully against them.

    His advocacy of an individual health care mandate is troubling, as is his penchant for imparting federal favors and outcomes. It reveals a willingness to use federal power—to tip the scales towards—Lord Acton’s truth.

    And then, there is his education reform collaboration, with Messrs. Duncan and Sharpton. It could mean nothing—or it could indicate an abandonment of limited fedgov and moral character principles.

    Finally, Mr. Gingrich had the audacity to attack Mr. Romney’s business career during a Republican primary...!!

    You can find me in Rush’s camp on this one.

    "He sounds like Elizabeth Warren; you could have read this in an Occupy Wall Street flyer. The left could not improve on this." ~ Rush Limbaugh
    Nevertheless, some Rs are awed by his debating skills.

    Well, Mr. Obama’s smoothness of articulation in teleprompter renditions, demonstrated that well-spoken, unprincipled words, is all that is required to win the hearts and minds of Blind Sheep.

    T Kosciuszko

    The reason we separate ourselves into groups, is same reason prehistoric humans formed tribes.

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  20. StyrbjornStarke

    Why did they hire that slimey brit? its not like there is a shortage of slimey american news hosts

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  21. tubeviewerX20

    Hey GOP- Fool me once, shame on you.
    Fool me twice, shame on me!
    RON PAUL 2012.

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  22. AlySarver

    I don't want to know what will happen to this country if Ron Paul doesn't become president.

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  23. CuttingEdgeNow

    Pierce Morgan is a Filthy Whore Dush bag!!!!

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  24. robin

    Did anyone listen to the story about the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart. I may be jumping to conclusions, but how convenient that he dies suddenly at 43 right after he had boosted to everyone that he had tapes that would bring Obama down. Am I the only one who sees this as more than coincidence here? They say those tapes will come out in a few weeks, but by then, they can be altered. What a huge mistake this man made by bragging to everyone. I think it cost him his life.

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  25. robin

    The only issue we should be talking about at this point is VOTER FRAUD. Without dealing with this on a national level, talking about issues is irrelevant. The fact that the Ron camp is waiting for the convention is a huge tactical error. We have to make this an issue for all Americans as this is something we can all agree on. Our sacred right to vote has been undermined by the party on both sides of the spectrum. We are so sorry we don't live in big states like Michigan and Ohio because what needs to happen is every Ron Paul supporter needs to be at the polls doing an audit. We live in Oregon and won't be voting until June. We have mail-in ballots. Everyone whose state votes electronically should get the slip with your vote and gather it in every precinct. That's what it will take. Hard evidence. The media/party officials want us to fight over issues, when the only issue that is relevant right now is WHETHER OUR VOTE COUNTS....We have to come together on this issue before it is too late. I am telling everyone I know this is the #1 issue right now for EVERYONE in this country.

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  26. s1nas1

    THERE IS NO EVIDENCE IRAN HAS NUKES OR IS ON THE VERGE OF GETTING ONE!!!!!

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  27. Maximilian0011

    Indeed, Pierce is kind yet with little brain and honesty, he could not have make it in the UK yet he "done it in the USA! Ron Paul 2012 or NO vote.. that's what a true Patriots will DO!! our country is not done as long as WE LIVE!

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    It warms me knowing that Jeremy Clarkson slapped that shit up,

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  29. markwright69

    Piers clearly doesn't understand anything Ron's talking about. There's no attempt to pursue the conversation at all. It's just like "hmm, next question".

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  30. TheNand311

    Piers Morgan is such a penis.

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  31. MySovereignTerritory

    We love you Dr paul, half of us 38,000 that voted for you here in AZ were there supporting you outside the debate. let me apologize for all the idoits here.

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  32. patrickthenomad

    You have my heart and mind Ron Paul. I will write you in. My vote will go to you or no one.

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  33. bizwiz21

    Any interest in the ISSUES you British homo!

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  34. VivaldiEXM

    Thank you Pierce for that Interview - we love Ron Paul not only for his policies but for his consistency and principles based on the Constitution. He is the only one who will restore America who has gone way astray... Thank you!

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  35. Thaddeus Kosciuszko

    Blind Sheep Are In Dire Need of Moral Leadership

    As the vetting of Mr. Santorum’s legislative record has revealed, his record does not resemble the persona he is endeavoring to present. His justification is that “politics is a team sport.” Mr. Santorum’s record is indistinguishable from a Liberal; thus, he is a Liberal.

    "Satan is attacking the great institutions of America, using those great vices of pride, vanity, and sensuality as the root to attack all of the strong plants that has so deeply rooted in the American tradition." ~ Mr. Santorum

    It is my understanding, that one of Mr. Satan’s tactics is related to employing false prophets. Well then, from a Biblical prospective, Mr. Santorum also appears to be a false prophet—a tool of Mr. Satan.

    “I voted for that, it was against the principles I believed in…” ~ Mr. Santorum

    Principles, are either valued, or they are not.

    T Kosciuszko

    "Place yourself in the middle of the stream of power and wisdom which animates all whom it floats, and you are without effort impelled to truth, to right and a perfect contentment." ~ RWE

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