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

  1. TRADERSFRIEND

    Ron Paul is a real American hero!

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  2. TheEscapefromReality

    I never said or implied that I was going to vote for the liberal or conservative candidate this election. In an ideal situation not voting at all would send a much stronger message than voting for a third party candidate.

    Ross Perot got 19% of the popular vote as a third party candidate, 22 years later the two headed dragon that is our “political system” remains.

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  3. bigtonys1

    fuckkkkkkkkkkkkkkk fema

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  4. Malcolm Pagett

    A free market is run by no one. it runs itself.

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  5. satvistayou

    “Just Because we do it wrong, doesn’t mean We shouldn’t do it at all”

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  6. satvistayou

    By letting everything take its own course ( and opening it for unconstrained abuse), Man wouldn’t have progressed. Your missing the very essence of Civilization and a Society. Anarcho-Libertarianism,Extreme cases of Individualism seem to have effects of religious proportion on folks like you.A bit of History, a bit of Commonsense could easily dismiss this. Being critical of Free Markets and Liberalism does not mean being against Freedom and Liberty.

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  7. MrBeardstyle

    John Stossel is 65 years old

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  8. NoNameC68

    I have no problem with a small government that protects people from coercion and harm. People seem to assume that a free market is one in which you can do whatever you want without being held accountable. That’s just not true. There would still be things such as accountability, as well as protection from coercion, unfulfilled contracts, and theft.

    I’m not quite anarchist. lol

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  9. webfryes

    Couldn’t agree with you more NoNameC68. I don’t understand why this is so hard for some people to get. The government doesn’t protect us!

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  10. NoNameC68

    Don’t use words you don’t understand.

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  11. NoNameC68

    “Its not about force its about discipline.”

    I’ll slap you across the face with the butt of my pistol. Not force, discipline!

    When I say “You can’t do that or I’ll punish you”, then that’s FORCE. Don’t call it discipline, that’s like calling child abuse discipline.

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  12. NoNameC68

    Two human beings talk. They make a deal. One will do this, while the other gives the first that. The government steps in and says “no, no, no, you can’t do it that way.” For example, I can’t sell lemonade from my front yard, despite me and the customer both consenting to trade. That’s bullshit.

    You’re being played a fool. The government doesn’t create more restrictions to protect people, they do so to ruin small businesses so bigger businesses can maintain their monopoly.

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  13. yourliestopshere

    Ron Paul or no one, all Americans should know this. If you do not, YOUR FUCKING WELCOME!
    Vote the jokers out already jeez, what they havent stolen enough yet?…

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  14. satvistayou

    ‘Free Markets’ is a false term. It might the best thing that can happen to an Economy, but may not serve the best interest of a society. We are more than just resources constituting the Economy.

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  15. satvistayou

    In a society Powers – political or economic has to be constrained and regulated to serve societies’ best interests. Its not about force its about discipline. ‘Fairness’, ‘Equality’, ‘Liberty’ are more than just ‘terms’ they are Ideas.
    In order to achieve the ‘Liberty’ as seen through your lens your seek empowerment to do whatever you like on a claim being self-regulated by market forces.

    In other words, Self Centered Arrogance.

    I’ll take the side of Humanity

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  16. chaoticalways

    John Stossel is a well known Libertarian.

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  17. shredhouse

    Ron Paul for President!

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  18. Patrick McCarthy

    They both support “assault weapon” bans. Romney has said he would keep most things in Obamacare. Romney IS creepy. He sounds like the serial killer version of Mr. Rogers. Romney will triple military spending, but somehow balance the budget. We spend 40% of our GDP on the military. Both will increase spending. Marriage is a distraction from the foreign policy they both share. They both support the NDAA and using drones against American citizens.They are the same person to me. They are Obamney.

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  19. TrueGreatness73

    Hurricane Sandy, Controlled demolition?? Please check this out and thumbs up so many more people can see..

    /watch?v=u4GJBibAVXY

    HAARP? You decided

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  20. rampo989

    1 day a Paul will be president of usa

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  21. dirk0389

    This guy was promptly fired for not being an ass to Ron Paul.

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  22. Stayinflight

    Did I just hear that Fox Business Reporter just say thank you to RP for waking so many people up? Wooow I must be dreaming…

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  23. ntibbitt

    You are advocating the use of force to achieve “fairness” and “equality” as seen through the lens of the person empowered to use that force.

    In other words, theft.

    I’ll take the side of liberty.

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  24. NoNameC68

    Free Markets are required to follow certain rules. These rules are put in place to protect consumers. Liability, for example, would exist in a free market. “Fair markets” is false “protection”. Fair markets are entitlements and regulations that harm the economy and destroy small businesses.

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  25. NoNameC68

    It will show that more and more people want real change. Of course, the process is painfully slow since everyone wants to vote the lesser monopolized evil every single year. If everyone voted 3rd party, we could win. Nobody votes 3rd party because they think the 3rd party is going to lose. It’s a self fulfilling prophecy.

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  26. NoNameC68

    A truly viable 3rd party? Such as what? Such as the already existing libertarian party?!

    And what do you mean “hand the election to Obama”? You want Obama to lose so bad you would vote for Romney?! Voting for Romney is voting to keep us locked in this system (IT’S NOT WORTH IT). We have to keep Obama out of office this year, what about next election? Next time we’ll have to keep a different democrat out of office.

    Every God damn year “we can’t let the other guy win” keeps us TRAPPED.

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  27. bmzsoft

    A vote for someone you DON’T believe is a wasted vote.

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  28. itzahazylife

    Hurricane Sandy, along with Katrina, is proof that we DON’T need F.E.M.A.

    I live in Jersey. Trust me, they’re dropping the ball AGAIN.

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  29. mayt7

    If I vote 3rd party and I am to blame in the event that Obama wins, am I still to blame if Romney wins?

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  30. sm3llyc4t

    How about we work towards getting a truly viable 3rd party in place for 2016 instead of throwing this election to Obama?

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  31. sm3llyc4t

    And what good will that do other than help out the most pro-Big Gov’t president we’ve had in ages?

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  32. finishstrongdoc

    “A big storm requires big government.”

    “A big ass requires a big cover-up.”

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  33. satvistayou

    Believe society would be better off with ‘Fair Markets’ ( regulated by laws in public interest) rather than ‘Free Markets’. The Idea that Markets know better does not stand scrutiny. Free Markets does involve an unequal power equation.

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  34. ntibbitt

    How is a “free” market “run” by anyone. Welcome to the real world. What you call a “free” market is actually fascism.

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  35. NicPap12

    They differ on taxes, they differ on guns rights, they differ on marriage, they differ on immigration, they differ on healthcare, they differ on welfare, etc.

    They also differ in character. We know Romney. We know his religion. We know he was truly born in the United States. As for Obama, we do not know for certain any of those things. He is a creepy individual.

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