755 responses to “Ron Paul: The Spirit of Liberty Lives in Canada”

  1. AAmast3r

    It'd make more sense if Gary Johnson was Ron's son. He's the most similar. Gary>Rand

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  2. AAmast3r

    It'd make more sense if Gary Johnson was Ron's son. He's the most similar. Gary>Rand

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  3. Duck NPucker

    If you are not already a member of that elite group that protects the industrialist's interests in the event of civil unrest, you are not very likely to be sent an invitation to join anytime in the near future, for your spewing of hatred against someone like Ron Paul, who we know wouldn't be part of that SS style secret organization. Aren't you worried they they will take out all competitors like yourself?

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  4. weedman420xbrrr

    they may be free to fuck us over, but then guess what? WE"LL BE FREE TO FUCK THEM OVER WORSE

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  5. weedman420xbrrr

    wtf where's the rest of the speech?

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  6. IAMHEWHOAIM

    I know more than a bucket of filthy putrid diarrhea, like YOU!

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  7. IAMHEWHOAIM

    You need to be shot in the face with a 12 gauge.

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  8. coopmuch56

    Im sure someone as intellectual as you should know huh..

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  9. Sam Spade

    Interesting comment, are you saying you are the one in charge of accepting applications at Bumfuck Egypt,for various positions, and you already have all positions filled by your uncle-dad and his sister-wives? I still like to hear more from Ron Paul, don't you?

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  10. IAMHEWHOAIM

    Ron Paul is a repugnant hermaphrodite weasel choking ass fucked men's room lurking nancyboy fuckin' JACKASS!. He's not qualified to be the dogcatcher of Bumfuck Egypt, much less president.

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  11. James Medina

    Let's hear of your knowledge of these things of such little importance like taxes, and the financing of a nation's business. That is where the money comes from isn't it, and not Venture Capital from other sources isn't it?

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  12. rickylarch

    Another example of you beloved "free market" efficiency was the energy market in California. Deregulation led to price gouging, market manipulation, fraud and brownouts. Reagan deregulated the S&L's in the 80's which lead to fraud, and collapse and a $85 billion bailout. Sealed bid contracting for government and private services is filled with bid rigging, substitution and kickbacks. More magic "free markets" Need I go on? Government is surely not perfect by any stretch but neither are markets.

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  13. rickylarch

    First of all markets are never free, they are simply captured in varying degrees by the participants. Second, they may be very unstable or unfair or stable and fair depending on how the market players behave. This is just common sense. Without public oversight of markets they become corrupt very quickly. The derivatives market was an example of a market without oversight that lead to massive fraud, misallocation of resources, and collapse. So spare me the "free markets" are most efficient.

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  14. zcruz6614

    just because YOU don't know how it's possible, doesn't mean it's not. maybe there is a bid to buy a given segment of road from the gov't(since they own it all now). the road is built and the company sees some ROI from the toll. they'd be a lot nicer than these pothole roads, because if they want future road projects, they have to maintain them. why would they build a road where another exists? no incentive. only gov't would pay someone to dig a whole and another to fill it back in, ask krugman

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  15. dujac88

    what a joke

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  16. James Medina

    How the hell did we get these gosh darn taxes that we see today, and when did it all start here in North America? My father had told me of a time when there were no taxes. Must have been nice, huh?

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  17. rickylarch

    How can there ever be a "market" for roads? Would there be two or more sets of roads with companies competing on toll prices? That would be so wasteful especially if there is only demand for one. Redundancy and duplication of services can result in terrible misallocation of resources. Some things simply have to be a monopoly which are best run by collective democratic institutions. Otherwise the population is at the mercy of profiteers and price gouging. It's called being practical.

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  18. Sam Spade

    Maybe that is why he liked his chicken farming, it made sense, and it worked?

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  19. zcruz6614

    i would have responding to more of your points, but the character limit is pretty annoying on YouTube. many jobs lost were federal gov't jobs, which are jobs that should be more localized/ moved to private endeavors anyway. To quote an austrian economist, "Wall Street drank the alcohol that the Fed/gov't poured them"--gov't is the bartenders(root), wall street are the alcoholics

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  20. zcruz6614

    with the spending today, you're correct that debt will result from lower taxes. but that's just it- libertarians don't desire the spending we have today in militarism or welfarism, because we believe gov't drives costs up by removing competition. "Who would build the roads" you say--private companies could build roads, charge a toll for use, then release it to public when paid off. just because you don't know how to get people healthcare/build roads w/o gov't, doesn't mean it's not possible.

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  21. dujac88

    public finance isn't like chicken farming

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  22. SIRA063

    6:15 over 14 000!!!!

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  23. James Medina

    I must have made that mistake from my old farm days. I would go out and collect so many eggs each morning. bring them up to the house and put them in a cool place never more that what I needed to feed my family but seemed to work fine as long as I could go out and gather enough eggs to keep it going. I had a few experiences where the chickens weren't laying and had fewer eggs to gather so my family just went without or on fewer until things picked up I was too proud to borrow from my neighbors?

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  24. dujac88

    how to arrive at that kooky conclusion?

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  25. James Medina

    So if I get any part of your conversation so far it is that "debt" is actually the old concept of borrowing to meet your daily needs because you spent too much. Okay, I think we have recognized the root case of the world's monetary crisis here. Should we tell some one that we got it figured out right here in this channel?

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  26. yurko35ify

    He should of been president.

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  27. rickylarch

    Debt is the result of lower revenue than spending that comes partly from conservatives cutting taxes, giving corporations a free ride, based on a laughable misunderstanding of the Laffer curve. Following all the tax cuts we lost jobs and Corporate investment dropped. Corporations hoarded cash instead of creating jobs. So none of the right wing economics is working. Every other recession has rebounded faster using stimulus. The bubble is a neo-liberal construction, not a Keynesian one.

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  28. zcruz6614

    The debt is the result of a bloated government bureaucracy, foreign and domestic, funded by bailouts and cheap money. Keynesianism's attempt to control the business cycle causes the (admittedly) unpredictable and variable market to have artificial booms (to control volatility/variability), which result in busts that correct the distorted investment(Housing bubble). debt should be based on loans made due to confidence in an investment, issued through private capital left over from savings.

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  29. rickylarch

    What Keynes said was to stimulate with money during in a recession but save during good economic times in case of the next recession.

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  30. rickylarch

    Ron Paul speaks as if Sweden, Denmark, Norway etc. don't exist. Higher taxes, bigger government, strong growth. This is totally at odds with all the Neo-liberal garbage we keep hearing. The debt is mainly the result of lowering revenue by cutting taxes. Suddenly there's a deficit! surprise! And the "solution" is to cut programs people say they want. All this is simply a plan to funnel wealth upwards to corporations and the wealthy. Inequality is the real barrier to growth and social mobility.

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  31. dujac88

    notice how the comment was addressed to dylan, not you

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  32. Sam Spade

    There seems to be a lot of chatter on the channels about FEMA and DHS not at all pretty, I have heard Ron Paul's view on the topic. Does anyone know Who, When, and Why these agencies were formed, and how did the American people get their voices heard as in a vote or a Bill that lead to these "services" being established?
    I feel that if these people are going to be ENFORCING the provisions of MARTIAL LAW I would like to think they are my friends

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  33. Sam Spade

    I would like to hear what any one else has to say about Ron Paul, good bad or indifferent.
    "No Brainers" need not apply. I like the guy, is that so wrong?

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  34. Sam Spade

    Is this the part where I stick my tongue out to say No yeeeeeewwwwwwwww show me any part that does? And you rehearsed this with Gene beforehand???

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  35. sfiorare

    what a joke

    take a look at his channel

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