822 responses to “Ron Paul: Liberty’s Last Stand”

  1. idonthave1111

    Well, not sure how much I differ from the average American Libertarian, but it’s the closest political position to where I actually stand on the issues.

    To me, it’s not so much as supporting “discrimination against” as far as not supporting any unnecessary forms of violence. I look at violence as having multiple forms such as: poverty, coercion, force, marginalization, etc.

    I think laws that specifically benefit target groups, such as females, are “right for the times,” but…

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  2. M Senthilkumar

    Multipolar world is the new world order.

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  3. M Senthilkumar

    56 Zionists motherfucker bastard disliked this video.

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  4. Georgia Denyse

    Because most Americans are uneducated morons who do nothing but watch reality television, are hopped up on SSRIs and are basically lazy slugs. Scares the hell out of me to live amongst them.

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  5. Keith Lehman

    And you are a horrible citizen …

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  6. Josh Jaggers

    NWO is great wow, let me tell you!

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  7. Christian Berg

    I support the NWO, I would love to work for them

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  8. Surfisher

    “He stumbles and fumbles and mumbles…” — what’s his name?

    Barack Hussein.
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    Spread this 1 minute video like Wildfire— gone viral with over 5.7 million views!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_AAMa_X2dM

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  9. geezeryoungopinions

    hmmm; nice one, agreed!

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  10. SanctreMalleus

    I don’t want to sound condescending here since im not American, but I simply cannot believe that a country that prides itself as the cradle of liberty, freedom and individual autonomy did not vote this man in on November. This man would have been a fantastic US president and world leader. Sadly the choice came down to Romney/Obama; two sides of the same coin.

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  11. megessner

    fascism with less liberties please our liberty is gone more liberty less isms okay bring it on

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  12. megessner

    i was trespassed from the state courts buildings without a due process hearing whatsoever

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  13. mrthompson878

    Ron Paul should have got the Nobel Peace Prize as opposed to Obama. I love Ron Paul. He is the last messenger of freedom in politics and the inspiration for future leaders of the liberty movement.

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  14. Afi James

    These days congressman will never be as good as ron paul was.

    »crosslinked«

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  15. Afi James

    These days congressman will never be as good as ron paul was.

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  16. ViciousOneWon

    Doom and gloom doom and gloom

    The unemployment rate has dropped from 10% to 7.7% – doom and gloom!

    We’ve gained jobs every month for the past 3 years – doom and gloom!

    The auto industry is booming – doom and gloom!

    The Iraq War is over – doom and gloom!

    U people crack me up! LOL

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  17. YootoobChyanel

    They only give that to people who are warmongers like Obama these days.

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  18. rexieb3

    I think Paul hit the nail on the head at around the 11:20 mark when he said that as long most people believed the wealth and abundance would continue being concerned with Liberty became secondary.

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  19. rexieb3

    The biggest problems today imo, are ‘statism and corpratism’ or as Obama puts it, ” a public private partnership”.

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  20. rexieb3

    The biggest problems today imo, are ‘statism and corpratism’ or as Obama puts it, ” a public private partnership”.

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  21. MegaGeneral23

    yes, unlike Obama he really does deserve the Noble Piece Prise

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  22. Mike George

    yes, unlike Obama he really does deserve the Noble Piece Prise

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  23. Randy Mason

    The planned collapse of the USA

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  24. DeaddudeRS

    So when the economy collapses and when the full power of the police state and mass government power across the world is felt,we had better take a good look at ourselves,meditate with in our minds and do some deep truth and sole searching with in our own minds and realize the truth nature of our problems and how they came to be.

    otherwise ignorance of the problem will allow continence of our current problems.

    and if our current problems persist,look no farther then history to see what happens.

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  25. DeaddudeRS

    We must wake up and release we the people helped create our current mess, we helped manifested the current world around us into existence,the lies,the propaganda,the wars,the corruption, we the people must take responsibility for ourselves and realize that we the people helped create our current problems.

    and so the solution is if we created the reality around us,we can recreate and fix it by taking our liberty,freedom and personal responsibility to ourselves and what we created.

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  26. DeaddudeRS

    I can only assume that the current state of America is similar in this kind of fashion,that much like my grandmother with her poor health,her environment full of hoarded stuff and her relationships with her family, that the problems we face in America and the world today are the result of thoughts,mind sets and ideas that have physically manifested themselves though a mass amount of people into the world.

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  27. DeaddudeRS

    these problems we face are all physical symptoms and manifestations to the true problem coming from the source,her own mind and thinking.

    these thoughts all do have a way to, perhaps like a wizard channeling an inner power,release that power outward to have that thought physically manifest itself into something in reality,though it may or may not be what the person intended whatever they manifested into reality to be.

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  28. DeaddudeRS

    you know,for the longest time, I have watched my grandma with her own negative and toxic personality,amplified with what I believe to be dementia,show physically in her environment, the symptoms of the true problems with in her mind.

    hoarding,violet behavior,gossip,getting other people who do not know better to become belligerent and hurtful to her own family.

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  29. openhamper2012

    To what instance of “discrimination” do you refer?

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  30. ViciousOneWon

    Electable to Congress. To be elected President, u have to represent more people than just those in your tiny district. Ron Paul did not, so he could never be president.

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  31. ViciousOneWon

    Here’s an example of Libertarian Logic: Tell the voters that discrimination against those voters should be legal, and expect those voters to vote for you! LMAO

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  32. ViciousOneWon

    Here’s an example of Libertarian Logic: Tell the voters that discrimination against those voters should be legal, and expect those voters to vote for you! LMAO

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  33. openhamper2012

    Youre right, he expects people to value logic over emotion, he never really stood a chance.

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  34. Mo nur

    He was never able to get the republican party nomination for president. Currently a person does not realistically have a chance to become elected president unless he’s the nominee of one of the two main parties. BUT he was elected to be a member of congress for more than 20 years. In my humble opinion that is pretty conclusive evidence that he is electable.

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  35. ViciousOneWon

    Its the discrimination outlawed by Title 2 of the Civil Rights Act “All persons shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of goods, services, facilities, and privileges, advantages, and accommodations of any place of public accommodation, WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION OR SEGREGATION on the ground of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin.”

    U cant tell people u think discrimination against them should be legal AND expect those same people to elect u. Thats why Paul was never president.

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