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  1. I want a T-shirt that says, “It’s the Fed stupid” with a cartoon of Ron Paul pointing at a cartoon Bill Clinton.

    »crosslinked«

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  2. im writeing my vote in for ron paul….i just hope i dont write thomas jefferson by mistake.

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  3. To all Ron Paul believers. If Ron does not make it onto the ballot in 2012, lets do something historic and show the power of the 99%, of who we really are by writing in his name on the ballot. I did this in 2008 and will do it again in 2012.

    It should come as no surprise that as Ron Paul becomes a threat to the “Powers that Be,” that lies, mudslinging and criticisms will be/and are, popping up on the Internet…this is a good thing as is indicates Ron Paul is being taken seriously and he is disrupting the status quo. It is a bad thing since his name may not make it on to the ballot. But, if we all agree to write his name in what a historic statement we will have all made.

    The next challenge would then be the voter irregularities! Remember the hanging chad? The missing ballot boxes (Florida/Jeb Bush) and voters being turned away and not allowed to vote? We could see that again…

    Don’t think so? Some republican states have already made headlines with new laws that are trying to make it more difficult for voters register and vote (such as students, people that have recently moved and others).

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  4. ThoughtYou'dLikeToKnow

    David Icke – Essential Knowledge For #OccupyWallStreet Protesters

    http://2012indyinfo.com/2011/10/26/david-icke-–-essential-knowledge-for-occupywallstreet-protesters/

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  5. There are qualified organizations in place that simple brushed aside. They get rid of the bad apples and let the eager ones finally enjoy their duties.

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  6. Given that Ron Paul wants to reduce the size of the Federal government and reduce regulations, how does he propose to avoid more banking and Wall Street excesses that lead to the current US financial meltdown?

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    • bring the troops home from 138 countries around the world,and cut in 5 fed departments,and aduit the free reserve bank,then fade it out. free america into a republic and remove the power of the oligarchy now ruling us.

      it not only will work its the only plan that will work.

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      • @JamesCarlDavis Nice plan but it doesn’t answer the question. How will that reign in the big investment banks like Goldman Sachs and others from doing what they just did again in a few years.

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        • @njthinking

          o i understand ,are you asking how will he bail them out of debt?

          if so he will not bail them out. they make a bad investment a correction is needed to restart. we should never refuse to suffer for our mistakes. i know this will hurt the economy in the short run ,but after a yr or so things would pick up agian..and much better.it is unconstitutional to take money from avarage americans and bail out big money banks. i think more banksters will be going to jail when ron is president.

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        • @JamesCarlDavis Thanks for the response but that’s not what I’m asking.

          What I’m asking is if we have less government regulation over the financial industry what will stop the big investment banks and hedge funds from again abusing the system, misleading investors and the public and acting in a selfish, greedy manner that causes harm to our economy, our citizens and our country. Won’t less regulation create more opportunities for manipulation of the financial markets to the detriment of the many for the benefit of the few?

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        • @njthinking

          ron wants more regulating the banks ,prosecute the fraud,and aduit the fed. his deregulation is for the avarage american.such as cutting the tsa http://youtu.be/Yk3O70lD270

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        • @njthinking

          if we end the fed, congress will be held accountable for where the money flows. open to all americans.the fraud would be much less if congress knew they might go to jail for it. the federal banks and there cronnies have a free hand at our money today.

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        • @njthinking

          greg hunter is about the best i know of on the bank fraud. many great articals. ck him out . http://usawatchdog.com/

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        • The banking industry is the most regulated business in the country, with more oversight than almost all the others put together. I get what you’re saying, but your way isn’t working. What would stop the banks from abusing the system would be getting the government to stop colluding with them to create entities that are then deemed “too big to fail.”

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        • @AngelaTC Actually many aspects of the banking industry was deregulated and that’s one of the reasons they were able to take on such enormous risks which ended up so badly and hurt so many people and our economy. So I’m just trying to understand if Ron Paul is suggesting the banking industry should have even less regulation than it does now? Or does he advocate going back to some or all of the regulations which actually protected us from bank excesses for such a long time.

          No one here has effectively addressed the question here yet.

          Maybe no one knows. On Ron Paul’s official site I can not find where he addresses this directly.

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        • i only wish that were true. the smaller banks are regulated alot.however the bigger banks are regulated very very little.in fact there more secretive then the c.i.a.

          at least the c.i.a. must answer to congress. however when before congress bernake was asked where did the money got from the bail outs. his words were im not going to tell,and i dont have to under the amednments of 1913. needless to say m,e you, congress ,or the supreem court can tell the fed anything..i know this sounds crazzy

          its true…it really is true

          thats why ron paul/thomas jefferson is the last hope for america

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        • @njthinking@AngelaTC

          ron wants to eventually take us back to a time when gold and silver was money ,and the congress controlled the money printing.

          this of course would take two terms

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        • @njthinking@AngelaTC

          ron wants to eventually take us back to a time when gold and silver was money ,and the congress controlled the money printing.

          this of course would take two terms

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        • @njthinking@AngelaTC “I’m just trying to understand if Ron Paul is suggesting the banking industry should have even less regulation than it does now? Or does he advocate going back to some or all of the regulations which actually protected us from bank excesses for such a long time.”

          Those are excellent questions! I’d like to hear Ron Paul’s answers.

          Regardless, on balance, Ron Paul is the best option among all the candidates. He has my vote in the bag just on the basis of being the only real defender of the Constitution and the only man who will wind down our worldwide military expansion.

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        • @philos@njthinking@AngelaTC

          it would be good for him to go into more detail on the fed banks,and his plan for them…i know for sure he thinks congress should run the money printing,and not a independant bank like we have now.

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    • There are many agencies, think tanks, watch dogs etc. that exists but are ingnored. Plus root out the bad apples and let the represed feel great about there duties.

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  7. Hello, Ron Paul supporters! I am not an American, and I will never get to vote for Ron Paul, but I have heard a lot about his policies and he intrigues me. I was hoping someone could answer this question for me: If Mr. Paul intends to cancel the income tax, how does he expect to bankroll and federal spending? How will he make up for the lost revenue. After all, paying back debts and sustaining the vast range of federal programmes will take a lot of money. Again, this is not a politically motivated question, I just want to understand his policies.

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    • @pissedoffcynic If you visit the US Treasury department site, you’ll see that income taxes are just a small portion of the revenue created by the government. In fact, AMerica didn’t have any income tax for most of her life.

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  8. Like my point was…No partys..

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  9. Reply to Greywolf:

    The ones with the money who desire power are always going to identify their financial support on a party -whoever has the money wins. For example, if you have no parties, and you call your candidates A & B the ones who desire power are going to be behind A or B who takes the money. (That’s is how it WORKS)

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  10. i think we need to get rid of Democratic and Republican labels and let the people vote for whom they see fit to be in office at that time …no matter who you are you should be able to vote for whom you chose not because of what party there in and your registered to vote for it should you be registered to vote and thats all ..No partys…

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