Ron Paul Leaves Congress – the Revolution Continues!







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  1. WE LOVE YOU RON PAUL!!!

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  2. WE LOVE YOU RON PAUL!!!

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  3. Police and fire services were around long before socialism, the NHS is awful compared to other health servixe around the world (I'm British but live abroad and have first hand experience) since the govt took over education people can barely count and have a slender grasp of English. When the govt gets involved you get rationing and falling standards in anything. Sure everybody gets something but they would be a lot better off without the meddling of bureaucrats.

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  4. As much as I would which that it is highly doubtful- Rand is a bit too much of a Republican and not nearly as philosophical (or open minded) in his thinking.

    Maybe it will come with age, but being realistic: it is doubtful.

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  5. I hope his son can carry on in the same path as congressman Ron Paul

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  6. Ron Paul: Obama's Reelection Is a Bad Sign for America

    Must watch 6 minute video --- spread it like wildfire!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVoNIBZZduw&feature=relmfu

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  7. Fantastic speech, I am sorry I did not get to know you better as a candidate and representative sooner.

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  8. I suppose that's something I differ with Ron Paul. I'm 'for' socialism (To a degree), e.g.: Publish services (NHS, Education, Police, Fire-brigade, ect...).

    These are the prime services that every civilization should tax towards, to ensure the prime necessaries are available to all, though they're vulnerable/ open for abuse.

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  9. also, Canada has and always will produce, smoke and sell more marijuana than the states, yet the good ol' U.S.of A will legalize it before us, WTF!!!!!?

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  10. also, Canada has and always will produce, smoke and sell more marijuana than the states, yet the good ol' U.S.of A will legalize it before us, WTF!!!!!?

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  11. I'm Canadian, and while I love Ron Pauls Philosophical and Economic stances, I don't see any liberty based Canadian politicians to get behind here, in fact there's none, our Libertarian party is tiny even when compared to the american libertarian party. and we are taught that socialism is right here from cradle to grave, almost all Canadian party platforms are just different variations of socialism,

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  12. Shit were fucked. Will miss you Ron.

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  13. There has never been a bloodless revolution.

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  14. Thank you RT for providing legitimate coverage of the election, and of Ron Paul.

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  15. He's also had a large influence in Canada.

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  16. Will miss speeches from Congress! From your biggest Canadian Fan!

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  17. Faced with a MANDATORY Response to the Secession Petitions — two top chickens from the White House have flown the coop — Barack Hussein left for Asia, and Hiltlery Clinton is Israel bound!

    These two may run, but won't be able to escape how their underlings respond!

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  18. Ron Paul: You're Not FREE if you Can't Secede from an Oppressive Government

    “In a free country, governments derive their power from the consent of the governed. When the people have very clearly withdrawn their consent for a law, the discussion should be over. If the Feds refuse to accept that and continue to run roughshod over the people, at what point do we acknowledge that that is not freedom anymore? At what point should the people dissolve the political bands which have connected them with an increasingly tyrannical and oppressive federal government? And if people or states are not free to leave the United States as a last resort, can they really think of themselves as free?”

    Spread this 4 minute message like wildfire!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8RrBCT_NXI&feature=player_embedded

    My Take:

    The District of Columbia (Washington, DC) — where the White House and all Federal Governmental Agencies reside — have passed the point by their anti-American-anti-Constitution ACTIVITIES that they have FORFEITED THE RIGHT to be called the USA. De facto, THEY have already SECEDED from the Union by constitutional default, and any State that wants to secede from THEM is a State that wants to RETURN BACK to the original CONSTITUTIONAL USA!

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  19. Check out James Traficant. Ron Paul stood his ground for him.

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  20. how ron paul can still be elected president of the us in january of 2013: Barack Obama has not yet been re-elected president. Yes, the election is over – but remember, a presidential election in America is not by popular vote. We vote for the candidate, but what we are really doing is voting for the electors who will meet on the Monday after the second Wednesday in December. That is when the actual re-election of the president occurs. Is there a way to stop this? Yes, there is. And the best part – this is totally constitutional. The 12th Amendment of the Constitution as well as Article II of the Constitution govern the Electoral College. According to the 12th Amendment, for the Electoral College to be able to select the president, it must have a quorum of two-thirds of the states voting. If enough states refuse to participate, the Electoral College will not have a quorum. If the Electoral College does not have a quorum or otherwise cannot vote or decide, then the responsibility for selecting the president and vice president devolves to the Congress. The House of Representatives selects the president and the Senate selects the vice president.
    Since the Republicans hold a majority in the House, presumably they could vote for Ron paul if people phone then and email them telling them they want them to vote that way , and if they do he would be elected president. Can this work? Sure it can.Democrats have actually set this precedent of refusing to participate to deny Republicans a quorum. They did this in Wisconsin and in Texas. Why can’t we do this with the Electoral College? So how do we do this? Mitt Romney carried 24 states. We need to have conservative activists from all over the nation contact the electors, the Republican Party and the secretary of state in all of these states and tell them not to participate in the Electoral College when it meets on Dec. 17. If we can get 17 of those states (just over one-third) to refuse to participate, the Electoral College will have no quorum. Then, as the Constitution directs, the election goes to the House of Representatives. That is how we can still pull this election out and make Ron paul president in January of 2013.

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