175 responses to “Ron Paul: Abolish all Price Controls – Let the Free Market Function!”

  1. Barskor1

    Lol Tarply Mr. Labor Union? sure

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  2. HandyMan101

    Oh it does, at least state wide.
    The Constitution would never have been ratified had it not been put in protections for the states to secede.

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  3. OuterDrake7000

    if they can get marijuana legal in colorado and Washington. maybe we can get this guy elected on 2016, but we have to start the campaign today!!

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  4. MrMatthewlh

    What constitution?

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  5. webfulfill

    People, we got to just peacefully break free from the illegal Fed. Its called passive resistance. There are ways around everything. Form a freedom community... We are never going to reclaim D.C. and we shouldn't want to. We just have to stop agreeing with them and going along with anything that comes out of it.

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  6. Kizuluh

    Heh, let's stay in the states. ;)

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  7. lmaxp3

    im a ron paul supporter...and we all have to learn to move the hell on. the world is too far gone to accept civil revolution. the only way things are going to change is it will have to be broken entirely. no matter how right Dr. Paul can be and warn us.

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  8. 2bRealist

    Oh sure... leave the country

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  9. MrMentalflossed

    furthermore, lets say you allow the price gouging,. and they do charge 50 dollars a gallon.
    while blood suckers might ship in plenty of gas,nobody can afford it, they end up getting even less. in today's financial situation ,to run out 5 gallons of gas in a small generator is easy to do in a day.
    5x50 = 250 dollars a day ,.. just to have a min of power supplied for a heater ect. average down time is about 3 weeks,.. 21 days x 250 dollars a day = 5250.00 of free market robbery via deregulation

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    1. Liberty for all

      But there would have been an incentive to get supplies faster to you guys...everytime u regulate something u lose another liberty...not laws are made to benefit someone other than the intended target

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    2. Libertarian777

      then i will ship in gasoline and sell it at $49/gal and undercut you.
      only lose $1/gal and more people will buy gas from me then you.

      But then some other guy will drive across into the state and sell at $48/gal and undercut me. I'd lose most of my customers.

      etc. etc.

      Eventually the gas price will reach a price where its no longer worth my time or effort to drive gasoline across the border to sell. At which point everyone has all the gas they want.

      Instead now I can pay $3/gal but can't buy gas anywhere

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  10. MrMentalflossed

    yea whenever a person advocates letting price gouging be allowed in disaster area i selectively say he's a jerk ,.. he is wrong and here is why ,.. in short tem cases liek this disaster the company price gouges,.. the public pays outrageous fees and the "free market" profits while everybody else suffers,.. it does not fix the problem it IS the problem ,.. by the time it self regulates back and forth the short term problem is long since past , in the mean time the people got screwed.

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  11. blythebaby777

    lol, Austrian school doomers. Webster Tarpley continues to rip you a new one every which way which you have no response!

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  12. hjillagen

    you seem to have really selective hearing....

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  13. PhilMarck

    I hope Ron Paul will still be alive in 4 years so justice can be made.

    Obama and Romney have to go.

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  14. MASEK1PROD

    why are you a steaming pile of shit from a faggot's ass? SAMOA!! CHEEHEE

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  15. MASEK1PROD

    the voice of human rights

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  16. CodenameBourbon

    He never won Florida, he won Nevada, Minnesota, Lousiana, and othe states the GOP cheated him out of though

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  17. GodDamnit7711

    Why are you still listening?

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  18. CodenameBourbon

    LOL. This guy is the single most brave, right, and honest humans in modern history, he's a legend and a champion, GTFO troll.

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  19. donadthegonad

    Why is this gutless, loser still talking?

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    1. Libertarian777

      i dunno, why are you still talking?

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  20. GaryVolts

    Not of this video. The message here is about problems of government price fixing.

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  21. GaryVolts

    Sounds like you actually do agree with it, you're willing to let another person that needs the gas more have your share and pay the premium price for it. You're willing to wait a little longer and conserve what you already have untill the price comes back down.

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  22. TwistedComplex

    "nobody knows nothing about"

    do you even realize what you just said?

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  23. Sketcher4017

    If 50 dollars is too much for a gallon of gas for your generator,you are free to not buy it.

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  24. skatealex1

    Cant say i agree with this. I get the idea and it makes sense to leave it to the free market but id rather wait a little longer and pay less for gas

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  25. root417

    a word from the good doctor is always refreashing!

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  26. shilelea

    he won minnesota and nevada as well two states that woulda definently been in play with a Paul canidancy

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  27. xReefermadnessx

    I know if it was me that paid $50 for a gallon of gas, I'd be happy as heck. Happy that guy didn't sell his gallon of gas to the first 50 people that asked but refused to pay more than $5, thus allowing for me to buy it as I obviously wanted it more. Only thing worse than overpaying, is not being able to buy at all.

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  28. creamycurdy

    how was it a free market if there was government interference with the gas stations in the first place......

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  29. KaelinSaint

    You're on the right track at least. You recognize the major cause of the problem, government involvement. This is good, your details miss though and the devil is in the details. See Stefan Molyneux's video about sugar. "How the government makes you fat" or some such thing.

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  30. KaelinSaint

    Economically ignorant. I go to the store to buy bread. I don't know how long it'll be before I get more so I take the last 4 loaves. I get to the counter it is $7/loaf instead of $3. I decide at that price I only need two leaving two for the guy behind me. You want to tell me I'm cruel but it is you that would have the guy behind me starve. Like I said, economically ignorant.

    Oh, not to mention high prices drive more supply into the area allowing the problem to be fixed faster.

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  31. hoochymama

    Corporate Price fixing is not good. That is the message.

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  32. KaelinSaint

    So that means somebody knows something? Careful with your double negatives, they change the meaning of what you say.

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  33. FutureLaugh

    now THAT is a concept i can wrap myself around. where can i find this country? I want to move there haha

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  34. PauLWaFFleZ

    I'd like to know, where in the Constitution does it say the government should administer the price of a service or good? Can somebody please point that out to me?

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  35. Skyscraper125

    Ron Paul is the most knowledgeable and honest politician I think I'd ever find. Not to mention everything he says just makes SENSE. God bless you Ron! =)

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