7,790 responses to “Ron Paul’s Farewell Address to Congress”

  1. Alex James

    he got a lot off his chest here, but sadly thats about all he did.

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  2. Alex James

    this man knows what the fuck hes talking about, yet nobody fucking listens. Or the powers that be won’t give him proper voice.

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  3. John Rizoli

    I watched the concerts at Capitol Hill a few days ago and everything was very touching watching people speak about soldiers stories etc. Then I thought, look at the building behind this event where congress people work. This congress basically walks over the graves and bones of all the good people who have died for this country. They piss on their graves. They do nothing for the average American. They take money (bribes) from anyone who will give it. They literally get nothing done. A disgrace

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  4. FaenixVII

    I could of saved you

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  5. 04yahushua01blood04

    NEWS ALERT…… Ron Paul is a total fraud. His real name is actor Sir Ian McKellen. Go to website Wellaware1dotcom for proof about him and approximately 500 other hollywood confirmed reptilian shapeshifters. Satan’s army at work to destroy us… The media and prosthetics by enhancing illusions is one of the beast revealed in the book of Revelation. Spread to word now!!!

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  6. Brixsable

    You can become the president of the internet world ;)

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  7. Brixsable

    Agree.

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  8. akira yuki

    I sincerely admire this man as a human being even though I’m not an American, Please fellow Americans, never loose the fight with the globalist who’s trying to kidnap your sovereignty and nation.

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  9. Sharif Issa

    i can’t believe this guy didn’t win.. I’m not american but i do follow the politics of the us and have always been a democrat, but RON PAUL has it CLEAR and had OBJECTIVE AND LOGICAL VIEWS on how to run the US and the world for that matter to a better place… too bad because he doesn’t bow his head to israel or any other government for that matter.. he didn’t make it!

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  10. laettis

    I would’ve too if I was a US citizen. Good on you!

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  11. jcrowley1985

    I voted for him.

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  12. jcrowley1985

    Assuming we will be smarter in the future.

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  13. Syed Mehdi Sajjad

    FUCK YOU AMERICA
    You had one chance, ONE chance to revive the constitution, and you lost it when you did not elect Ron Paul.

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  14. thewrathofshane

    Well there already is. Today 1% of the wealthiest Americans have 40% of the total wealth in the nation.

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  15. Jordan Rich

    Question, if there is economic freedom, wont there be a HUGE difference of wealth?

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  16. John C

    Now that’s how a President speaks!

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  17. Marco Delgado

    I’m sorry for you guys, this is a man that don’t dialogue with the lies, with the corporations, with the bankers, he is not from the left or the right, he is a man that works for his country, his people, Jesus, next time, don’t vote for Bush with another face, Try remembering, the change is neccesary.

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  18. ReddyB1356

    The people should march into DC and not leave until Obama. Holder, and Hillary Clinton are locked up, also they shouldnt leave until the income tax and the IRS are abolished, someone please start an occuppy the capital movement

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  19. ReddyB1356

    Its amazing how mainstream media shunned him as a lunatic, but the eduacated know its because his beliefs went against the rupublican and democratic big government status quo

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  20. William Christopher

    A state should have the right to file for divorce from all ‘not of the State’, all property not owned by citizens or the state become the property of the people of the state. No international ownership, or jurisdiction, or use of property of the people of the state. The state may associate with other free states. No seized federal property will be compensated. Every State and Every Governor, must try to remove malignant growth.

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  21. William Christopher

    Get a law passed, Initiative and referendum. Good speech!

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  22. ninjasd1

    I would fight and die for this man.

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  23. Azill132

    Clearly you have no idea how this country works or how it ever worked. I feel bad for you, to be so blind.

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  24. justin schwegel

    Pretty solid. He alludes to, but doesn’t explicitly say that both Ds and Rs subsidize huge established businesses, then subsidize start-ups to allow them to compete with with the heavily subsidized corps. The worst is hearing complaints about subs to green companies. Yes, these are a problem, but the solution is to cut subsidies to the big companies, oil and Auto, then cut subsidies to green and let both compete on the free market. The alternative is not working. He’s spot on with FP analysis.

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  25. robertdallago

    If only! A speech like you envision from the men of history on the floor of the capital would have been nice. In fact it would have been great! His speech unlimited in time sounded like an old guy that had to get to the Texas kitchen where senor citizens eat half price before 4pm. It is a sad look at a great mind.

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  26. robertdallago

    If only! A speech like you envision from the men of history on the floor of the capital would have been nice. In fact it would have been great! His speech unlimited in time sounded like an old guy that had to get to the Texas kitchen where senor citizens eat half price before 4pm. It is a sad look at a great mind.

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  27. artos1970

    I am 100% with this guy…

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  28. jdirt2019

    good insight! better than most any american could give

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  29. jdirt2019

    i’m starting to come around…to join those 381 (now 385) what i think everyone needs to understand is the idea/possibility that business is not going to go on as usual, which is why RP sees a collapse. If the powers that be want to continue inflating the system forever, they’ll figure out a way…if the economy collapses, enough elitists will lose money, so they’ll want to prevent that… or it’s a mess and we’re all dead.

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  30. joermundgand

    like cato the elder or demostenes

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  31. Frederik Hirche

    I am from Germany and following US politics very closely. It is a real pity how the Tea Party managed to drive the Republican Party to the far right. Ron Paul stands for the best values and virtues of what the Republicans have been. As it is, the modern Democrats are closer to former positions of the Republican party than Republicans themselves, who seem to have given up reason and good policy.

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  32. HalfTangible

    Also: “”I have never seen melted steel in a building fire,” says retired New York deputy fire chief Vincent Dunn, author of The Collapse Of Burning Buildings: A Guide To Fireground Safety.”

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  33. HalfTangible

    Jet fuel wasn’t the only thing burning.

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  34. TokinTanGuy

    Yea, but firefighters at ground zero found poodels of melted steel and fire that burned for nearly a week.

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  35. TokinTanGuy

    Fact. Most of the jet fuel was burned off in 15 minuted after the plane hit it.

    Fact. If the towers actually started to pancake, they’re would have been the 4 steel collems that supported the building would be there after the collapse.

    Fact. The towers were built to withstand a crash from a plane a bit smaller than 747 that hit it

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