133 responses to “Ron Paul: Democracy ≠ Freedom”

  1. CoolJonesTheThird

    Yo man ! Vote the Dream2016 dotcom .
    Don’t let bad dudes mess with country .

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  2. StopTheMorons

    From the George W. Bush playbook…”spreading democracy” “spreading freedom”, he used both.

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  3. Kirkzzy

    Paul voters, please vote Johnson. Do not divide the libertarian vote that Paul helped unite.

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  4. ltajambi

    They have been deceived by the Khazar Zionist False Jews. They have not read their bibles in Revelations 2:9 and 3:9. The Zionists are the masters of deception.

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  5. LadyM3033

    An I say, write in Ron Paul or Nobody votes. All or nothing!

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  6. FarshidFDM

    I AM PERSIAN FROM IRAN AND I AGREE WITH YOU
    EVEN HE DID WIN THE ELECTION, ZIONISM LOBBY DO NOT LET HIM TO BE A PRESIDENT OF USA !!!
    I DONT KNOW HOW AMERICAN PEOPLE BY NOW HAVENT FIND OUT THAT ALL THESE THINGS HAPPEN BY ZIONISM ISRAELI LOBBIES OR EVEN IF THEY KNOW WHY THEY DONT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT ???

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  7. LadyM3033

    Yup! People need to sue for voters fraud! They changed the rules around to accomidate Romney! Bad decision and saying Romney is President all ready! Rigged! Not counting Ron Paul deligates to elect Romney! It’s ON!

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  8. ltajambi

    Well that’s too bad that and your black friends and you fell for that. Ron Paul didn’t write those, but he still apologized for having them released under his name. No one who is serious thinks Ron Paul actually wrote that. A few black people I have talked to said that even if he had wrote that they don’t care because that was in the past and he obviously isn’t racist, at least today. And besides they are politically incorrect but not exactly racist remarks.

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  9. 0mnislasher1

    he IS respected by the informed parts of the black community. his newsletter as he as addressed time and time again over the course of many years were not written by him and was not aware of the material being published. his mistake as he owned up to it. people bring up these newsletters, then ignore this fact AND ignore the fact that he has assisted the black community, championed black leaders like martin luther king jr and pushed policy that would assist blacks his entire life, educate yoself

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  10. housepate1

    I am wondering how do you gents reconcile the fact that this guy is a racist? I am not American so I have no stake in these matters, but I am wondering how could anyone of good conscience vote for him unless one is a fascist?

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  11. housepate1

    I dont think so bloke, I have Black American friends, and I actually asked them about Ron Paul, because I thought he was an awesome candidate. I wanted to see what they thought. They were the ones who pointed out his newsletter, which after reading left me flabbergasted. I think the Black community is the last community that will support him, I think they would support Romney before him.

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  12. brightonblock

    any politician who references Orwell is worth listening to.

    I feel mindless just stating something so absurd and broad.

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  13. vic4rp

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  14. Harry

    Really? You people are NUTS, if Obama gets in Everything you claim to stand for ie. liberty, freedom and all that you hold dear will be destroyed. Atleast with Mitt youll get you say ans a chance to improve things. I cant believe that you all and Mr Paul wont support the ticket. Its on your heads if this country goes the way of Greece on our watch, if obama beats Mitt by the margine of votes you people would have cast.

    Unreal folks to be sure. Verry dissapointed in the folks i share MANY views with.

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  15. ltajambi

    Ron Paul is respected by the black community. He is a libertarian, and his medical career of helping blacks, even for free sometimes; just goes to show that your accusations are meaningless… Or do you actually not know what racist means?

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  16. ltajambi

    I wish Ron Paul would recognize that we are a union of republics. Not a single republic. Still, great words from the good doctor.

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  17. housepate1

    Ron Paul only proves that every half century or so, a racist xenophobe can come along and if he has a few good ideas, then sheeple will line up to follow him.

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  18. FLUXCAPACITORWIGGLES

    Also, the only “qualifications” that exist for president are the age requirement (which Ron Paul clearly meets) and the natural born citizen requirement (also met). Other than that, all he needs is the support of a majority of the voters. Party Support is NOT a legal requirement to hold office. Yes, the electoral college could still vote against the people’s votes but that doesn’t usually go unnoticed.

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  19. FLUXCAPACITORWIGGLES

    How could it be invalid? The main thing that is supposed to separate our political election process is the freedom to vote as we choose. Why participate in a system where your voice is nullified by party lines? I’d much rather write-in my choice’s name than cast a vote for either man who will not respect the Office of President or The Constitution. That would defeat the purpose of participating. In MO, where I live, you can still write-in Ron Paul and it MUST be counted towards that nominee.

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  20. aylera

    For those who don’t know, Romney got the Republican nomination today.

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  21. aylera

    Someone please tell us how it all works when if we were to write his name in?? There’s not enough info about this and we all really need to know. Would our votes for him be counted? Or will it be invalid because he didn’t meet the qualifications criteria? Will the votes be counted just as good as the other names on the ballot?

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  22. aylera

    I was just told that writing his name in wouldn’t count and will be invalid.

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  23. Astra2012

    i will write Ron Paul in–i just can’t support anyone else. Pleae people find if he should be registered as write-in candidate in some states (not in mine–PA)

    also-shouldn we PROTEST that RNC changed the rule (5 to 8) during election? Write to RNC MEMBERS? names are on the Internet! i know we are all tired of their continuous dirty tricks but let’s do not give up!

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  24. KENTEA2011

    He makes the complicated simple.

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  25. TheThomas5632

    Write him in.

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  26. HandsomeWood

    i am writing his name on my ballot this nov. no matter what.

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  27. JCKustom13

    We are actually not a Democratic-Republic I believe that term wasn’t around till the 1930′s. We are a Constitutional Republic. The difference between a Constitutional Republic and Democracy is under a Con-Republic the government has limited power which is granted to them by the Constitution. They aren’t suppose to break this limits. Under Democracy the Majority always rules so the Individual has no freedoms. Youtube Democracy vs Republic to learn more.

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  28. Oli

    Ron Paul is really one of a few wise, intelligent and honest US politicians and he would be first good US president in USA from decades or even centuries.
    What a problem was with nomination of this man?
    These both other morons especially this corrupt bastard Romney will ruin this USA and the world.
    This fu..d Romney what values does he represent? Cash for his own pockets and cash for intenational, criminal lobbists and wars. It was fu..kman of that kind, who has lead this your usa almost to fall- bushie and it seems that it is not enough.
    If you have no respect for your country, have at least this small respect for the rest of the world. Will it be funny? I think not.

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  29. runningchance

    Ron Paul is a sorry ass Traitor and a Coward. We hate Ron Paul. Ron Paul supports Terrorism against the USA. Mitt Romney is a true American Hero. Mitt is very wealthy and a Mormon so he has earned your allegiance and obedience. Stop being a damn PaulTard. Vote for Honest Mitt Romney 2012.

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  30. sh4p3shifter

    what is the difference between a democratic republic which is what the US is supposed to be and a democracy? Sounds like hair splitting.

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  31. Joe11Blue

    I will never support any party candidate.

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  32. Joe11Blue

    You can Democracy all you wish, just as long as you are not voting through a centralized authority and it doesn’t effect my life.

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  33. hookah604

    Direct democracy for the People. Representative democracy failed!

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  34. assistme

    Yes. Thanks! I got that. So, not to overstate the obvious, the point of my post is to bring attention to the fact that… In a democracy, the result of such a 2 to 1 vote would effectively result in the demise of the sheep; ending there, with no means of legal protection or appeal. While, theoretically, in a republic, governed by the Rule of Law not the Rule of the Mob, the Sheep in this scenario would have recourse to adequate lawful protection, irrespective of the vote, which democracy lacks.

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  35. xKillerClownx

    No, you misunderstand my statement. The analogy of the 2 wolves/sheep is fine, I’m saying summarizing that analogy with just the text you used, is not correctly implying the point of the analogy. If there was 2 wolves and a sheep to begin with, in a democracy (and they didn’t eat the sheep yet), and they changed to a republic, it’s still 2 wolves and a sheep voting on what’s for dinner.

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