Ron Paul Supporters Are Taking Over the Republican Party







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  1. if he dosent write him in.. we need everyone to write him in

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  2. if he dosent write him in.. we need everyone to write him in

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  3. we are writing in Ron Paul for president 2012. we live in ma and already have Romney forced health care/crap who is going to repeal Romney care ?.Obama is a pro-abort baby Killer,

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  4. 3:38

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  5. Is Rachel "Dyke" Maddow a little upset at what is happening on the Republican side vs her Lib side? Why???? Because Ron Paul has a larger voice on the "Right" that frightens her?

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  6. Sure, all that's left is to sell your soul.

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  7. "Harm Ron Paul in any way and we will kill you."
    I bet that is the zombie apocalypse. False flag killing of their inside straight man to touch off a revolution then we loose... He could then come back later "ressurected" supposedly by dna or aliens or fake jesus... We need to see that we are being played from every angle. Think Rowanda, it was the assasination of the popular candidate... All the world is but a stage and the men and women merely players... Anyone not unplugged from the matrix.

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  8. I am an idiot too, can i get a job in u.s. news ?

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  9. "Stay away from Ron Paul. I endorse Mitt Romney for GOP candidate in 2012."
    - Barrack Obama

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  10. "...which is basically the question i answered."

    No, you didn't. You answered that there was no way to keep them from using their money, not how he would keep them from controlling government with their capital.

    "...whether or not he openly condones bribery."

    No, his own position on bribery is irrelevant vis a vis the repercussions of his economic ideals (which is what I'm interested in).

    But, please do go on and pretend you've actually proven something.

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  11. Obama deported more illegal Immigrants than any other President (and many people support his actions) and the unemployment among certain minority groups who are US citizens is 11% which is horrible and Obama should actually help people instead of trying to garner votes, and, on top of that, people are starving all over the country, what I can't understand is why US citizens would vote for this man when all he wants to do is win reelection. Dont vote.

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  12. so basically you were asking how corporations would control govt using money to as the influence, which is basically the question i answered.

    but even if you insist on playing with semantics, it really doesnt make a difference unless youre basically asking in a veiled way whether or not he openly condones bribery

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  13. He did win in every category. He is the front runner but you will never know. Just like we Americans are stupid to believe the media reports. All the elections are fixed to put the candidate of choice to keep the system as is. CORRUPT !!!!! Obama was put in office for a reason. Americans needed a face of change, But he was just as bad as Bush. We have no one to stand with the people but ron Paul.

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  14. "that was your correction to my question in your post..."

    Are you reading what you're writing? That correction is completely consistent with the way I've been framing the question since the beginning. Here, I'll break down that correction for you:

    "With control via the influence of their capital".

    Notice the word "control" precedes the word "influence". The former, in that sentence, is the end, the latter the means. I'm accepting the latter and ask how he would avoid the former.

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  15. ""...will end up with complete control over the government..."
    With control via the influence of their capital."

    that was your correction to my question in your post about 7hrs ago

    cant answer your question if you keep changing what youre asking, not that that distinction makes any clarification as to what youre trying to say anyway

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  16. "since you obviously..."

    I'm not the one having trouble here. I didn't ask how Paul would keep corporations from using capital to INFLUENCE govt., I asked how he would keep them from CONTROLLING (as in dominating) govt, since they posses most of the capital. Notice the difference there (hint: See the words in full caps)? Notice how you've misrepresented my question once again?

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  17. "since you obviously..."

    I'm not the one having trouble here. I didn't ask how Paul would keep corporations from using capital to INFLUENCE govt., I asked how he would keep them from CONTROLLING (as in dominating) govt, since they posses most of the capital. Notice the difference there (hint: See the words in full caps)? Notice how you've misrepresented my question once again?

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  18. ^*neither

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  19. since you obviously have difficulty with comprehension, ill attempt to put my answer in even simpler terms (hopefully for the last time): paul, nor any one person, has the power to keep corporations from using money to influence the govt, and that theres nothing he could really do to stop corporate lobbying in govt. that is the duty of the people to vote out elected officials who act in their own interests

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  20. Meanwhile Romney is lucky to get 75 supporters that aren't his staff or secret service at any one of his rallies...

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