Ron Paul: Why I’m NOT Endorsing Romney-Ryan

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  1. TheSteve4200

    wow,, the establishments way out of debt is to "destroy the value of the currency"...

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  2. Ganj Geezer

    The two party system needs to die.

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  3. Liberto26

    The war on terror was sparked because of 9/11, the most advanced military in the world couldn't intercept multiple hacked airliners for many hours before the attack. There may be a group of extremists out there, i'm sure there are some, but they are nothing compared to the terrorists who run the US (Bankers.)

    The US is now working WITH Al Qaeda in Syria lol, its just a joke. This is just the reality, it really sucks and i wish it wasn't like this but the Illuminati are coming in hot.

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  4. drhealth

    The Republicans just handed Obamination the fake presidency once again. Ron Paul people will not vote for Romney, and likely will either vote for Johnson, or no one... the system is corrupt, broken and I hope the Republic will be ready for civil war coming head on...

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  5. xang0girl

    The more I learn about the political process, the more disheartened I become. I just learned the deadline for registering a write-in candidate is past already. If someone truly wanted to be elected, why wouldn't they register this way as a backup for their supporters? I would have loved to write in Ron Paul's name to show the establishment that I don't fall for their mass media TV presentations. I hope that there is a 3rd party candidate that understands economics as well as Ron Paul...

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  7. McRocket

    I WILL MISS RON PAUL.

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  8. McRocket

    If someone ever invents a potion that makes people younger...give it to Ron Paul.

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  9. jkpsocal

    Don't see how you can disagree with Dr Paul. If people were to open their eyes and see where these TRILLIONS have been spent over this last decade. (weapons, bailouts, interest free loans, pharmaceuticals), you can tell who is really running the US government. It has not been we the people.

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  10. skb0rzn

    I have a multitude of videos on this topic. Blessings in peace, liberty and love. Its up to us to bring and be the change. :) Thank you for bringing truth. /watch?v=IAi9sZrjkvo and here is some vids on the USS Liberty and McCain. /watch?v=bDObmmxeb3I and /watch?v=nJcbgOXnSOs

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  11. Strong 3rd party needed

    I would vote for Ron if he had a chance to make a difference. He does not! He's a great gesture vote and I like him as a candidate. However a vote for him only splits the votes for the major parties. Remember Ross Perot. Ron Paul has great ideals but not the ability to mount a strong 3rd party. As soon as a strong party candidate appears I'm voting for them. Until then, I will vote for the candidate that has the potential to remove Obama. Also, what glass house is Ron Kerr "the outsider" throwing stones from?

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    1. jim

      The days of the party system has reached the end. Direct Democracy is the only answer. Let the people decide directly on legislation. All legislation. Their elected non party representative would be responsible for summarizing any proposed legislation most would be house keeping etc. But for hot button issues we would need to be informed, and the reps, reelection would depend on how unbiased he was and how often he informed us.

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      1. French Canadian

        Jim,

        Direct democracy is good in a country that is not corrupted. But in the corrupted USA Corporation, your vote doesn't count. Any kind of voting in your country is rigged in advance. It's all FRAUDULENT.

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  12. ann

    Dr. Paul,

    You have accomplished great things! This is your moment, the timing if perfect and so, why not pursue your presidential aspirations. Your followers have grown exponentially since 2008. This vociferous group creates a situation which the media can no longer ignore. Finally the American public is growing aware of the basics in monetary policy, foreign policy, defense policy and civil liberties. Particularly, the RNC-Tampa spectacle has been enlightening and disgusting.

    Dr. Paul, if you believe you have the physical and financial wherewithal to continue, the don't stop now!!

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  13. Oli

    Ron Paul is good, honest, wise man and if he thinks of future of his country, his son. He should leave this republican party, take honest people with him and ground this 3 party - libertarian or socialistic-libertarian. Clearly that these corrupt criminals, robbers and cheaters - this disgusting republican clique will never give chance for normal candidates there or they make normal candidates completely down as outsiders etc. And it will be better if all normal, honest people will leave these republican party of mass murderers, genocides, war criminals and robbers, who destroy own country and many another countries. Such party without honest people cannot chances for existance. All this garbage exists and are elected just thanks to honest members and without honest members it has no chances for survive.

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  14. Gjon

    I say go independent, and have Gary Johnson as the Vice Pres. You have the attention of many. This move would wake many up.

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  15. Leslie

    Aftet RP has been effectively bullied out of the GOP he has stated he is retiring and not endorsing anyone. So my vote is going to Gary Johnson who is on the ballot in all 50 states and is a candidate still in the race. He wont be appearing in any of the Nat debates because he is being bullied out of them as RP has been at the RNC convention, because both parties are affraid of his ideas and message. GARY JOHNSON 2012!

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  16. Ron Kerr

    From an outsiders perspective the US has lost its way in monumental fashion. Illegal wars, mass killings of civilians, kidnap and torture, corrupt banking system, corrupt congress, vested interest running the country. Military spending as much as the rest of the world combined, with 5% of the world's population incarcerating 25% of the worlds prison population. Erosion of liberty with the prospect of further control and spying on the American public. A climate of fear and a climate of despair. Obama and Romney are more stooges for the corporations and ultra rich that have seized control. Looking from the outside, the only person talking about these dreadful issues is Ron Paul and I have only heard the man speak once but everything he talked about made sense. It would seem the US has lost its way and lost the values set down by its founding fathers - it now seems a corrupt bully that even it's long term friends view in dismay. I used to believe the US had moral standards but from Vietnam onwards I no longer hold any such view and see the US as the biggest and deadliest terror organisation in the world that backs dictators, overthrows democracies and holds itself to moral standards that would shame a gangster. I sympathise with the American people who seem helpless to throw off the tyranny that is crushing them. I am very disappointed that Ron Paul is out of the race for he seems the only person to acknowledge what is wrong with your once great country - a land now doomed to become a totalitarian corporatocracy.

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  17. Everett Beatty

    I understand that Dr. Paul has earned a hopefully long and enjoyable retirement, but I have to ask only one thing. Please run for POTUS independant. Even if you don't win I firmly believe that we have stirred up one BIG hornet's nest and will continue to do so until we get done what needs to be done. If we win, then peace will have a real chance. If we don't win then the way we are marginalized will be more and more scrutinized by more and more Americans who seem to be waking up like I did.

    Thanks for not being an empty suit.

    Everett Beatty Jr.

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  18. French Canadian

    Dr Paul, please don't let the World down... go Independent.

    What do have to lose? Nothing. If you win this, the whole World will be a better place to live in. If you lose, you will at least have the satisfaction of having gone all the way and have tried evrything that was in your power.

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  19. Danielle Williams

    I agree with the many on here already... go libertarian! You still have my vote!

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  20. grandma caesar

    There's no way I'll vote for the muslim with the kenyan birth certificate, nor will I vote for the luciferian with the magic underwear.

    If Dr Paul runs third party he will get my vote. If not, I'm voting for Gary Johnson.

    It's stupid to think "anybody but Obama", when we just watched the RNC block and steal Ron Paul's delegates. Both Obama and Romney are nothing but bankster tools.

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  21. Mike Swindle

    Dr. Paul, I sincerely wish you were on the ticket against Obama this November. I think you are exactly we need to right this ship and get us back on the course. While you had a large group of supporters in the primaries, it was not enough to win the nomination, and therefore could not defeat Obama.

    But I hope you will not consider running as an independent or as a any other third party. While you have a huge following and will pull votes from the other candidates, you will pull a large portion of your votes from Romney and on a few from Obama. As you know, this will split the conservative/libertarian vote and most surely give Obama another term and America can not survive that.

    Please don't split the vote!

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  22. aden

    I agree with Ryan Morse. Right now I'm split between supporting you (Ron Paul) or Gary Johnson, as I'm sure many independent/3rd party voters are. Combining forces with Gary Johnson (either one candidate dropping out and endorsing the other... or running together- WHICH WOULD BE AN AMAZING POWER-HOUSE OF A TEAM. Gary Johnson/Ron Paul 2012 would be on par with Barrack Obama (and Romney even though i don't see him actually getting any major support in the election) come election time. Such a move would add such fire to the Libertarian/Independent movement and we could finally fix Washington and do what is right for the country.

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    1. Eric

      The Libertarian Party already has their ticket with Gov. Johnson and Judge Jim Grey. I don't see that being broken up anytime soon. While I hope to see Dr. Paul run as an Independent candidate, I would have preferred him leaving the GOP earlier and going to the Libertarian Party earlier in the primary season.

      It's a damn shame to see all of these Republicans today calling themselves "libertarians" when they haven't the first clue as to what that means.

      Dr. Paul, however, is a true Libertarian through and through.

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    2. Ton

      It is not such stupid idea. I think that Dr. Ron Paul should leave this republican party and his son too. These honest people have nothing to seek in such party, because they will be always on margin there and they will be treated just like they are treated. They should ground this libertarian party or go to democratical party, these guys are more normal. These republicans it is party of corrupt bastards dependent on international, criminal lobbists and they have USA and US nation for nothing. If honest, wise people leave this party, it will be quicker and sooner end of it.
      If Dr. Ron Paul should candidate as 3-d party candidate, it is hard to say. It can have good and bad sides. Bad side can be that he take some voices from Obama and it will give green light for this crimninal pair ( romney/ryan ) and good side, it can be that he could give his voices to less evil ( Obama and Biden ) if these libertarians wouldn´t be succesfull. And second good side it can be, everybody knows globally that republicans are criminals , well known case of Kennedy. And they say something that Obama is antichrist, it can be that they want to get rid of him just like their did it to Kennedy and it would be real disaster. In such case it would be very well if it would be 3.rd party, who could win against this romney/ryan, because romney/ryan it will be real disaster for USA and for the world.
      Optimally if people would understand that Ron Paul is the best candidate and most proper for president and vote him. But you know how it is with people, with stupid, corrupt, dependent mass media. They made real dirty tricks for Ron Paul from the beginning. Then I think that unfortunatelly, it is only less evil Barack Obama as possibility, it is really pity.

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  23. Ryan Morse

    Dr. Paul,

    We don't have the intuition you have, mostly because we are not 12-term congressmen and we have no experience in Washington, but, I think many of your fans, millions of them in fact, would probably agree with me, when I say becoming Gary Johnson's running mate. Having the two of you, both strong forces with almost identical ideals, would be an incredible force against the establishment. Please consider this as an option. We await your decision.

    Thank you for the bottom of our hearts for taking up the charge and inspiring those that believe in the message of freedom, liberty, and small government!

    Sincerely Grateful!
    Ryan

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  24. Mary Phipps-Seward

    Dr. Ron Paul, please run for President as an independent. Our country needs you. I can't bear the notion of choosing "the lesser of two evils". YOU have my vote!!!!!!!

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  25. Termtrip

    Ron Paul please go to the Libertarian party, I will never vote Republican again from the dirty way they pushed you out. I support you 100%, and would never vote for Romney because he really doesn't qualify to take that office. Obama was a joke, and so is Romney.

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  26. Sherry

    I weep for my children and grandchildren. We, and previous generations, have failed them. I am sorry, my babies.

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  27. Aaron Latham

    I'm not sure if its too late but if he can't be the pres, how bout vp of the libertarian party, I'm voting libertarian now anyways.

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  28. UncleD

    In United States politics, a sore-loser law is a law which states that the loser in a primary election can't then run as an independent in the general election. In most states, these laws do not apply to presidential candidates.

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  29. Jim

    Ron, I wish you would run as a third party candidate. I am a Democrat, and although I don't agree with you on damn near 50% of your platform, the 50% I agree with means more to me than the other half. You're the most honest, forthright, virtuous candidate in the field, and anyone from either party can see that. You are in a unique position to be the strongest third party candidate since Ross Perot (and you'd do better than him). You would have my vote.

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  30. Sergio Tkaczevski

    Ron Paul did a wonderful great job. Ron Paul is big winner. I do not like to say that he lost. It is good that he did not endorse Mitt Romney. Ron Paul will always be my President. We will continue to follow his Liberty Movement and Consitution. Ron Paul will be a person to remeber about his life and his legacy.

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  31. C

    I'm voting against Romney. The GOP needs to be punished. So, whoever it is, I'm voting not-Romney. Hope it works out for you, RNC...liars

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  32. Terry Farrell

    Ron Paul can win the presidency... if he will but run!

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  33. Debbie

    I would never vote for Romney/Ryan. They are both of the establishment and big government. More important, they lied, cheated, and stole to win the Republican nomination. Romney would have won anyway because so many people are still living in a dream state. Just the fact that he allowed his party to do what they did turns my stomach. It doesn't matter whether Romney or Obama wins. They are two heads of the same monster.

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  34. Jennifer

    We need a unified course of action....

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    1. Brynda

      I agree. Any suggestions on a course of action?

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  35. Jersey Prepper

    It would be a great thing if Ron Paul started a show. A place where he can slow down and begin the re-education of the american people. The Presidency cant really change everything at once, but Ron's ability to communicate with the people has done more good in these last two election cycles then anything in the last forty. He changed the course of this whole election cycle and he can continue too by talking straight to the people.

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