1,939 responses to “Jack Hunter: Why Rand Was Right to Endorse Romney”

  1. jsmith2144

    allow me to wrap my logic in an endless stream of narrow, specific hypotheticals to prove absolutely nothing - jack hunter

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  2. jsmith2144

    when you make deals with the devil, you get burned. simple

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  3. kenny baird

    He didn't have to support Romney, that's bull shit.

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  4. kenny baird

    He didn't have to support Romney, that's bull shit.

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  5. RonPaul2012Anon4evr

    thats where a lot of people missed it..They listened to FOX NEWS and other corporately owned news stations ...Mainstream media is the CIA's greatest weapon, true story....Keep watching Hannity man..

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  6. TheProgressiveParent

    yeah forget principles

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  7. Benjamin Gaylor

    Jack, you have lost your mind.

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  8. aetayar

    watch?v=3c5odNzKVbk "officially finally dropped out of the race"

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  9. aetayar

    Lie, he supported him after he dropped out.

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  10. aetayar

    Imagine if Ron had become President. Do you honestly think that dent would have not been much larger? Rand is simply going about it more smart than his father. In order to get who we NEED in the White House you HAVE to play politics. Our nation is being ruined and I have no problem with Rand doing whatever he has to to become president because we seriously need him or someone like him there.

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  11. Dale A

    What I see is Rand not being a man of principle as his father. I don't see it as a compromise, but rather a surrender.

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  12. truevoice08

    Rand has consistently stated that he is a 'constitutional conservative' in contrast to his father. The topics he addresses in speeches such as government spending priorities are moot and trivial to a libertarian. Besides, why play politics to advance liberty when Ron has proved you can make a huge dent w/o playing politics. Besides, it's important to ask what message we are sending. If Rand were libertarian, an endorsement of Romney means endorsement of Mitt's policies - a vote for evil.

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  13. Dante

    Fuck the southern avenger, this is the guy who thinks 9/11 truth and Bilderberg are "conspiracy". We've been duped people, Ron Paul his wife and son are all masons. Never trust a Freemason. Ron Paul is a good man but far from perfect, Gary Johnson should have had our support.

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  14. RonPaul2012Anon4evr

    Ron Paul never conceded to begin with.., secondly Rand supported Romney,( to my best recollection) even before his dad stop campaigning for the popular vote and only focused on delegates. In the end Rand's still a POS in mah book, unless you can prove otherwise..thank you. If you can supply links to prove otherwise, it would be greatly appreciated =]

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  15. rapsody

    I'm only misinterpreting the situation in your opinion though. What you're basically saying is your opinion is more valid than mine. I'll make you a deal, the day Rand gets the GOP nomination I'll take it down. Don't hold your breath.

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  16. rapsody

    How pretentious could you be to tell me to remove a comment because I disagree with you? You would fit right in with the GOP and Rand's backward thinking. Rand is not the grand king of libertarianism and he is not above criticism.. Don't you think Gary Johnson could've used that endorsement? and he actually has a record of supporting liberty.. but I guess that's not as impressive as changing your entire philosophy in one campaign cycle to suit the base you're trying to pander to.

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  17. rapsody

    How pretentious could you be to tell me to remove a comment because I disagree with you? You would fit right in with the GOP and Rand's backward thinking. Rand is not the grand king of libertarianism and he is not above criticism.. Don't you think Gary Johnson could've used that endorsement? and he actually has a record of supporting liberty.. but I guess that's not as impressive as changing your entire philosophy in one campaign cycle to suit the base you're trying to pander to.

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  18. Ben Peterson

    The message is that America is a two party nation and that to get into the government you have to play nice with one of the two parties. Endorsing Romney was a single act of "playing nice" with the GOP, and when he did Ron paul was out of the race anyways. Rand Paul is a good man, and the best hope for the libertarian movement. Please remove this comment, you are misinterpreting the situation and misleading the weak minded. taking support away from rand is taking support away from liberty.

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  19. TWSkeptic

    ok

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  20. TWSceptic

    ok

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  21. Mechanized0

    Unfortunate ignorance from those who believe as you have written.

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  22. 5994fps

    The GOP is a dead dinosaur. The future is with a more constitutional, fiscally conservative and socially progressive (not to be confused with Liberal BS political correctness) platform.

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  23. rapsody

    Keep living in your deluded reality where this endorsement is going to help Rand gain power. He was a useful idiot for the Romney campaign, you really think the GOP is going to let him get anywhere without selling out to the Murdoch empire?

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  24. TWSkeptic

    what good is character without power?

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  25. TWSceptic

    what good is character without power?

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  26. TWSkeptic

    as if not doing it would have made any difference, don't be naive. The endorsement is just to gain more popularity within the GOP.

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  27. TWSceptic

    as if not doing it would have made any difference, don't be naive. The endorsement is just to gain more popularity within the GOP.

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  28. TWSkeptic

    What's even more pathetic is never ever gaining power and thereby losing any opportunity to do anything about the ongoing destruction of the country.

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  29. TWSceptic

    What's even more pathetic is never ever gaining power and thereby losing any opportunity to do anything about the ongoing destruction of the country.

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  30. TWSkeptic

    I think you need to listen again because it looks like the true message went right over your head.

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  31. TWSceptic

    I think you need to listen again because it looks like the true message went right over your head.

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  32. TWSkeptic

    I don't get why everyone hates Rand for being honest. All he was saying is better Romney than Obama. Any libertarian who disagrees with that statement is an idiot, as Obama clearly is a much worse option.

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  33. TWSceptic

    I don't get why everyone hates Rand for being honest. All he was saying is better Romney than Obama. Any libertarian who disagrees with that statement is an idiot, as Obama clearly is a much worse option.

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  34. SuperGogetem

    Sorry, but if anything Rand's endorsement of Romney backfired on him and made everyone realize he's just another ambitious politician with no scruples.

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  35. SroEpicness

    Obama + Romney were both the same. Get over it.

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