557 responses to “Ron Paul: Why We Don’t Need FEMA”

  1. IAMHEWHOAM

    wRONg Paul sucks monkey taint! wRONg Paul is a fuckin' crybaby jackass!

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  2. satvistayou

    Is it the same 'Free Market' run by J.P.Morgan, Goldmann, Monsanto .etc ?

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  3. PissedFechtmeister

    Aside from abortion there's very little they disagree on. They both support bailing out corporations, subsidies, welfare, progressive income tax, NDAA, foreign interventionism, the FED, gun control, SS, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, FEMA, the War on Some Drugs, foreign aid...the list goes on and on.

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  4. ntibbitt

    FEMA sucks. Government fails. Free markets win.

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  5. French Canadian

    Robin,

    You absolutely have to get your husband to listen to Joel Skousen interview today... and you also of course. This interview is very intriguing. This is why I want both of your opinions on it. I'm literally blown away!

    At the beginning of the interview, for the first 20 minutes, you can skip it, it's about strategic relocation. But after 0:21:20, they change the subject and start talking about Romney, the killing of the ambassador, Syria, Iran, Russia, China, North Korea and the END plan to nuke the USA. WOW! You won't believe what you will hear. No one so far ever talked about this to my knowledge. It is incredibly fascinating! A very complex strategy by the Globalists so they wont be blamed by Americans for their downfall. Pure evil, Robin...pure evil!

    Joel Skousen says the Etasblishment doesn't want Romney and he explains why. He even goes out to say that in blue states people should vote third Party, but in red States to vote for Romney.

    The whole video is with Joel Skousen, but the really interesting part stats at: 0:21:20

    How to Survive Apocalyptic Events with Joel Skousen
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qM8eMGnavWQ#!

    Oh and by the way, Robin, at the end of the interview, Alex said that he was contacted by RON PAUL who wants to come on the show. So Ron Paul is scheduled on the show next week. I'm anxious to hear what he has to say.

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  6. French Canadian

    FEMA are reeducation camps. Period! They must be abolished.

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  7. NicPap12

    But Ron Paul doesn't support abortion and foreign intervention. Johnson does.

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  8. NoNameC68

    (cont.) I know voting 3rd party isn't going to instantly break the system. But I HOPE that the more people who vote 3rd party, the more we can encourage future 3rd party votes. This year, 4%, then 8, 16, 32, 40, 49. There's at least a little bit of hope for change, hope that more people will think like me. If I vote for Romney or Obama, 3rd party gets 1 less vote, and that's just a freckle less hope.

    There's no hope at all if I vote for the winner.

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  9. NicPap12

    Now we're getting a bit philosophical. What individual is purely good? I think it is safe to say that we all, at the least, have a tinge of evil to us.

    Here is how I think of it. If you're going to vote for Johnson *while knowing that it is going to only liken the chances of an Obama victory*, you're essentially voting for Obama.

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  10. santiagowechsler

    Looking good Ron!

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  11. santiagowechsler

    Looking good Ron!

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  12. Garyscott7

    Sad for us, but Ron's message won't resonate with the sheep until another four years screwing have passed. Then maybe there will be an awakening in the masses that will "come out of nowhere". That is when he will be looked at as a prophet.

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  13. RPauliticalPeace

    Nice to see Ron without a collar or tie.
    Styling!

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  14. NoNameC68

    They're both pretty much the same. There are minor differences, but in the end Romney will do the things Obama wants to do.

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  15. NoNameC68

    It's not about picking a winner - it's about not supporting evil. If you think the 3rd party candidates are evil, don't vote for them either. Otherwise, it's simply about convincing as many people as possible to vote for who they want to win, not who they think can win. I know it sounds impossible, and it probably isn't going to work - but I'd rather go on a fools errand to try and achieve the impossible than submit to run circles in support of what we have now.

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  16. NicPap12

    He supports abortion and homosexual marriage. That's certainly not good.

    But there will be no interest in 3rd parties. Ron Paul was the greatest chance since Perot, and he stuck to it as a Republican. Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, etc. aren't going to do a thing.

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  17. myfree77

    There will be more dignity in it if Romney and Obama both acknowledge that Ron Paul is more fit to run for president, and step down and give him the stage

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  18. NoNameC68

    Johnson is libertarian. Though I do disagree with him on a few things, I believe he is far from evil.

    "If you know for sure he isn't going to win, why are you going to vote for him and give greater chance of an Obama victory? "

    Voting for Obama's loss through Romney is a vote to stay stuck in the two party system. Voting for Johnson won't win the vote, but there will be more 3rd party votes, showing a greater interest in 3rd parties.

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  19. NicPap12

    Well, let us suppose that Johnson is the lesser of the three evils, which he is. We would still be voting for evil. So, if I vote for Johnson, I'd still be voting for evil.

    And voting for Johnson isn't going to break the system. See, Johnson supporters know that Johnson has no chance of winning. If you know for sure he isn't going to win, why are you going to vote for him and give greater chance of an Obama victory?

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  20. zzrGUY12

    This equating votes for GJ as votes for Obama is annoying. Who gives a flyin' F if Obama wins again? I'd rather vote libertarian, and have 4 more years of BS leadership, than have Romney win and have another 8. Liberty in 2016. No other options.

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  21. 2bRealist

    Is that right?.. well can you explain to us what Romney's plans are for..

    NDAA? Patriot Act? Military Spending? Drug War? Wall-Street Accountability? Border Security? TSA? SmartPhone Surveillance? GMO Labeling? QE3? Federal Reserve? Working Class Tax Increase? Reclassification of Cannabis/Hemp? Drones over America? Lobby Reform?

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  22. NoNameC68

    A vote for Gary Johnson can, in a way, be seen as letting Obama win. However, a vote for Gary Johnson in a vote to break out of the system. And yes, a vote for any 3rd party candidate is a vote against this system we're stuck in. To vote to win is a vote to always be stuck in this "lesser evil" system.

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  23. xxbobdeexx

    A vote for a (R) or (D) is a wasted vote!

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  24. NicPap12

    Wrong. This libertarian slogan that Romney is the same as Obama is just like Obama's 'Hope and Change' slogan. It's misleading and not truthful.

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  25. NicPap12

    I wish we had a part conservative system. That, however, is not the case. Romney is closer to conservatism than Obama. In fact, Romney looks like Calvin Coolidge compared to Obama. But Romney is hardly a conservative.

    I will not vote for Gary Johnson. A vote for him is a vote for Obama. If you're going to vote for Johnson, you may as well vote for Vermin Supreme.

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  26. NoNameC68

    Eh, it's your wasted vote.

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  27. NoNameC68

    By voting for a conservative or liberal who has a "chance of winning", you're voting to keep us locked in the conservative-liberal controlled elections. You can vote Romney to prevent Obama from becoming president, but a vote for Romney OR Obama is also a vote to keep us locked in this Conservican/Republocrat system.

    Voting 3rd party will - at the least - send a message. Don't vote for the winner - that's what keeps us trapped in this system in the first place.

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  28. PersonalJesus348

    The more power the government has the less liberty we have.

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  29. PissedFechtmeister

    The only difference is that one is white and the other is half white.

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  30. NicPap12

    Marriage
    Immigration
    Healthcare (Romneycare is at the state, Obamacare at the federal. Romney does not support federal healthcare.)
    Gun rights
    Romney isn't creepy. We don't question whether he's a Muslim or a person who wasn't born in America.
    Crony capitalism over socialism
    There will be less spending under Romney

    Yes, Romney was quite moderate as a governor. But Reagan was a Democrat before he was a Republican.

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  31. PissedFechtmeister

    We need relief from the disaster known as the federal government.

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  32. NoNameC68

    A vote for Romney is a vote against Obama (and a minute chance to keep Obama out of office). HOWEVER. A vote for Romney OR Obama is a vote to stay inside this cliche system where liberals and conservatives hold a monopoly on government. A vote for 3rd party is a vote to break away from this two party system.

    You may be voting against Obama, but you're still voting to keep us trapped inside this liberal-conservative system.

    You should vote Gary Johnson (Ron Paul dropped out of the race).

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  33. ThisAintKyle

    What's the libertarian position on Disaster Relief?

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  34. NoNameC68

    Ron Paul dropped out of the race.

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  35. NoNameC68

    ^ That guy

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