401 responses to “Ron Paul 2012: We the People Have the Power”

  1. sfiorare

    what a nut case you are

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  2. MrSnoogansmoogans

    Your are not machine me with machine hearts! Do not wait in line to choose one of the lesser of two evils! Restore America Now!!!

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  3. sfiorare

    your opinion is what’s bullshit

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  4. Back2WeThePeople

    The Corporatist Lame Stream ‘News’ Media is doing it’s best to keep We The People Divided and in the Dark, while they prop up their Political Marionette Candidates of Choice who are in the back pocket of the Globalist Corporatist Military Industrial Congressional Media Complex – who are Nation-less, Soul-less (Corporations now own the political campaigns of politicians at all levels thanks to the Supreme Court Ruling of Citizens United), and whose god is Greed.

    TURN OFF The Subverted ‘U.S.’ MSM

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  5. Back2WeThePeople

    TURN OFF The Lame Stream ‘U.S.’ TV ‘News’ Media — The FIXED News Channel (FOX), CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC (Yahoo News now part of ABC News), and Now C-Span
    Google: Blatant BLACKOUT of Ron Paul on CSPAN

    TURN ON Link TV on Direct TV (Channel 375) for Real News and Perspective of What is really going on in America and the rest of the World.

    “A popular Government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy; or, perhaps both.” — James Madison

    »crosslinked«

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  6. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    The economy is not currently in a recession. The recession ended in June 2009. The Iraq war is over. National security threats during the 90s were no less serious than they are now. The Bush recession wiped out all the jobs added to the private sector after 1998 but there’s not much that can be done to create jobs at a faster rate. The economy needs to recover from Bush’s housing bubble and stop cutting public investment and consumption.

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  7. mrgravyx

    They can’t ask for the money in their currency or euros. The bonds are denominated in dollars and they get dollars. The Federal reserve would purchase the bonds. The dollar would fall against their currency and our export sector would boom. Sounds like you don’t know much about international economics or public finance.

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  8. goods2006

    So a deep recession and 2 wars is not any more serious than how things were in the nineties? I, personally, would rather not vote than vote for Obama or Romney as voting for one of those 2 fools would be an insult for this country. And good, they can laugh at us for writing it in, when Romney loses because republicans split over Paul maybe the Republicans will take him more seriously next time, if there is a next time. If there is a next time for any of us.

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  9. sfiorare

    maybe ron paul didn’t formally drop out

    but he might as well have, he hasn’t won a single state primary election

    he most certainly won’t be nominated by the gop

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  10. DaAznThug

    Because you didnt see the question mark at the end ( ? ).

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  11. DaAznThug

    ron paul didnt drop out

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  12. sfiorare

    no, i know how to check facts instead of falling prey to misinformation and propaganda

    also notice how i provided the information source

    what have you provided? a stupid question

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  13. MrCmimd

    usa leads the world in manufacturing ? you are out off your mind.

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  14. conantdog

    Educate yourself. Listen to John Pilger. Its good information

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  15. xx8visionSxx

    You say that he would not mind the State Government intruding on people’s lives but for some reason I doubt that is true considering he announced opposition to Amendment 1 in North Carolina.

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  16. sfiorare

    you’re wrong, the usa leads the world in manufacturing

    cars, planes, missiles, space-related equipment, farming equipment, gas turbines for power plants, computer chips and etc

    The United States by far remains the world’s leading manufacturer by value of goods produced. It hit a record $1.6 trillion in 2007 – nearly double the $811 billion in 1987. For every $1 of value produced in China’s factories, America generates $2.50.

    google: “Yes, the U.S. does still manufacture things”

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  17. ExoticCarzRock

    The clip is from the 1940′s; it wasn’t designed for the US necessarily, it was from a movie. The person who compiled this video did a good job, he knew he couldn’t leave out the last part that you are referring to.

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  18. Tyler Largent

    awesome video. but in the name of democracy? last i knew the united states of america was a republic

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  19. Twicebakedtaters

    “The economy of the United States is the world’s largest national economy.”

    This is changing as wages drop and expendable income falls. With only 156 million people we can not compare to the nearly 3 billion consumers china and india have to offer. Any good financial expert knows the growth potential and with the currently cheap labor, lack of worker and environmental regulations and tax breaks, industry flocks over seas saying so long American suckers you have outlived your usefulness.

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  20. Twicebakedtaters

    Sfiorare did say headquartered. They benefit from our democracy, our military, our infrastructure, our freedom while exporting our jobs. So basically the united states harbors 133 of the worlds robber barrens that have committed treason to the country.

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  21. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    You are confused as hell. The US exported 1.5 trillion in goods last year, that’s 10% of the US economy. I never said other currencies would collapse. I said our trading partners would buy dollars to keep their good competitive with US exports if people started to dump dollars. The dollar dumping would stop, the currency would not collapse. The global currency collapse scenario is absurd. You don’t understand how the money supply increases.

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  22. goods2006

    that is again, a skewed statistic. Of 133 of those companies, how many actually do the manufacturing within the United States?

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  23. sfiorare

    really, you have no clue

    the united states leads the world in manufacturing

    As of 2012, the country remains the world’s largest manufacturer, representing a fifth of the global manufacturing output. Of the world’s 500 largest companies, 133 are headquartered in the United States. This is twice the total of any other country.

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  24. SolidThugKnuckles

    Charlie would probably be a left-leaning libertarian given his tone in this speech, IMO.

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  25. goods2006

    And of the GDP of the United States how much is “services” that can easily be replaced, and how much of it is actually a physical product?

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  26. sfiorare

    you have no clue what you’re talking about

    The economy of the United States is the world’s largest national economy. Its nominal GDP was estimated to be over $15 trillion in 2011, approximately a quarter of nominal global GDP. Its GDP at purchasing power parity is the largest in the world, approximately a fifth of global GDP at purchasing power parity.

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  27. goods2006

    That’s right. They buy a load of our currency to devalue theirs, and then who has most of our currency? We don’t make enough material goods to be competitive, and should the value of the dollar collapse, as you said, other currencies will follow. What that will lead to is all of us being poor as hell, across the globe. And who ends up with all the money.

    I personally support Ron Paul, but your criticism, while very objective, has absolutely no bearing on the lives of american citizens.

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  28. Surfisher

    10 million Strong Americans need to descent on Tampa and take the nomination for Ron Paul!!!

    If there was a “Million Men March” on DC (to ask for what they thought was right) we can have a 10 Million Men, Women and Children March on Tampa — to demand what we KNOW is RIGHT!

    No more playing nice with these criminals in power!

    Ron Paul to WIN — Or America to END 2012!
    (There are no other options — so, speak softly, and carry a Big Stick in Tampa!)

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  29. Twicebakedtaters

    “If the big money was moving there”

    There is no if. It has moved there. Money followed the growth potential and that is in china and india. 156 million consumers that reached thier peak capacity to buy vs nearly 3 billion consumers just starting their consumption. 50 years from now when they have bloated and we are impoverished it will swing back.

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  30. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    You don’t know anything about economics. China is running a current account surplus. If the big money was moving there, they would run a capital account surplus. capital account surplus = current account deficit. If the dollar collapsed then US exports would boom, our trading partners would buy dollars to devalue their currency and make their good competitive with US exports. Dollar collapse stops. You don’t understand basic international economics. It’s very obvious.

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  31. Twicebakedtaters

    “You going to argue the dollar has gotten weaker using oil?”

    The oil dollar is what lulled us into the mess we are in and it’s all that is propping up this service based economy. Its why we go to war. It was an intentionally created Achilles heal that served its purpose. Now we are used up, basically the US has been cannibalized and exported to greener pastures. Money has no borders.

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  32. Twicebakedtaters

    Like I said, a side show for the easily led. Just a dog an pony show. All the focus will be on china and india’s growing consumer buying power. Its the worlds largest economic resource and the big money is moving there. Currency has nothing to do with it. They extended our the effect of the industrial boom that fizzled with the creation of the oil dollar. Its all we have left. As that collapses so will the entire economy.

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  33. RONPAULFREEDUMB

    That should read 1997 to 2002 you fucking dunce. If you were familiar with the trade weighted exchange rate, you would have known that. Inflation means the economy is growing you fucking moron. Inflation is a sign of a healthy growing economy. Currency is *the* only game shit for brains. Measuring the value of the dollar against gold or oil is fucking stupid. Oil was 140 barrel 4 years ago. Now it’s 80. You going to argue the dollar has gotten weaker using oil? hahaha..good luck. schmuck

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  34. litenuts

    you’re a dumb ass. thats exactly what they want you to do. or maybe you enjoy being a fuckin sheep. stay asleep faggot.

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  35. MyJumper21

    “Move on and focus on Romney vs Obama.” Why don’t you move on and focus on Romney vs Obama if that’s what you think? Instead of wasting your life being a prick to everyone that has a different view because they have that right… lol oh wow you’re so edgy going on a Ron Paul video and telling everyone that they should think the way you do and creating a username that is quite insulting for a lot of people.. acting that way is just gonna make it worse.. plus, you’re wasting your life

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