Who Is Ron Paul?



Ron Paul is America’s leading voice for liberty, prosperity and peace. As a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives and three-time presidential candidate, Ron Paul tirelessly works for limited, constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies. Ron Paul never voted for legislation unless the proposed measure was expressly authorized by the Constitution.

Ron Paul was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Gettysburg College and the Duke University School of Medicine, before proudly serving as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force during the 1960s. He and his wife Carol moved to Texas in 1968, where he began his medical practice in Brazoria County. As a specialist in obstetrics/gynecology, Dr. Paul has delivered more than 4,000 babies. He and Carol, who reside in Lake Jackson, Texas, are the proud parents of five children and have 17 grandchildren.

While serving in Congress during the late 1970s and early 1980s, Dr. Paul’s limited-government ideals were not popular in Washington. In 1976, he was one of only four Republican congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan for president. During that time, Congressman Paul served on the House Banking committee, where he was a strong advocate for sound monetary policy and an outspoken critic of the Federal Reserve’s inflationary measures. He was an unwavering advocate of pro-life and pro-family values. Dr. Paul consistently voted to lower or abolish federal taxes, spending and regulation, and used his House seat to actively promote the return of government to its proper constitutional levels. In 1984, he returned to his medical practice.

Ron Paul went back to Congress in 1997 to represent the 14th congressional district of Texas. He served on the House Committee on Financial Services and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and eventually became Chairman of the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology. After retiring from Congress in early 2013, Ron Paul continued to advocate a dramatic reduction in the size of the federal government and a return to constitutional principles.

  • Ron Paul never voted to raise taxes.
  • Ron Paul never voted for an unbalanced budget.
  • Ron Paul never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership.
  • Ron Paul never voted to raise congressional pay.
  • Ron Paul never taken a government-paid junket.
  • Ron Paul never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
  • Ron Paul voted against the Patriot Act.
  • Ron Paul voted against regulating the Internet.
  • Ron Paul voted against the Iraq war.
  • Ron Paul does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program.

On the Issues: Audit the Federal Reserve, Our Money, Taxes, National Defense, Border Security, Civil Liberties, Health Care, Abortion, Education, War on Drugs, Global Warming



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  1. Ron Paul doesn't get the airtime he deserves. Please sign the petition to have him host SNL to reach a broad audience and possibly gain support. Ron Paul 2012!

    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/ron-paul-as-snl-host.html

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  2. It is very easy to talk the walk,...but when you walk the talk, like Ron Paul does.

    You really do not need to talk about it, as many already know, actions speak louder than words.

    This what separates Ron Paul from the rest.

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  3. cf_pro

    Some of what you have written looks a tad liberal.

    Give us shelter, basic health care, and education.

    It is not the function of the federal government to care for us,..

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    • @Motov sometimes people need help, is your neighbor gonna provide health care, shelter, education... Most likely that is not the case... So now that person is gonna fall by the way side and will become a burden to society. I believe in some basic necessity for all humans. How can we call ourselves a civilized society if we treat our less fortunate like trash.

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      • @cf_pro @Motov On the contrary professor, with the gradual abolition of the welfare state there will no longer be any burdens that society will be forced to take on. The government that has the power to give you everything you need has the power to take everything you have! The biggest problem with our Robin Hood government is that while the richest do get taxed more, the burden of income taxes, FICA, social security, and all the other taxes, and the fiat inflationary currency makes the cost of living incredibly difficult! You'd have to blind or insane or both not understand that it would be better if we had absolute decentralized economic planning, and the government stops taking our money to manage where it goes and manages my retirement money and give us a false sense of security, and manages EVERY SINGLE PERSON's healthcare and finances in the whole damn country from Washington with this idea (that has never worked in an empire scenario) of socialized goods and services! C'mon, I'd rather keep all of my income and allocate my finances as I see fit, abolish fiat money, separate gov and business, let the free market fix prices based on an economy backed by hard currency, dropping prices while money deflates, and tell the Federals to go suck an egg! And if we win, but you still would rather trade your personal civil liberties to enter into contracts with the government where they control your money and your life and trickle down some welfare benefits for you, keeping everybody in the 99% relatively poor and relatively slaves!

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      • @cf_pro@Motov

        I don't mind helping those who work hard and then find themselves unemployed. But more often than not, they will get back on their feet again.

        They do not stay unemployed for long.

        I do mind "helping" those who feel WE owe them a living.

        I'm referring to people living in trashed out apartments, spaced out on drugs, have children who have no clue who their father is,....etc.

        There is nothing "less fortunate" about that.

        Their lifestyle put them there, They refuse to be responsible for their lives.

        The federal government has been an enabler by rewarding poor choices these people made. They have no incentive to help themselves.

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        • @Motov I understand what you are saying and I felt the same way not to long ago, but you have to consider how these druggies, low lifes, whatever you want to call them are people who were raised in an environment that was not conducive to becoming a productive citizen and its a vicious cycle. The way the government is running welfare and unemployment is the root cause of the problem. They benefits from the governement without having to work for it. If we force them to get educated while on the governement doll then they can break out of the cycle. I also think people on welfare/unemployment need to be drug free otherwise no benefits. The goal is to have 99% productive people, this will help our economic engine.

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        • @cf_pro@Motov I can guarantee you, if you restore the US business environment to what it used to be, the vast majority of people find jobs and they can sustain themselves without the help you mentioned. Then from there, once the budget is stabilized and no longer with militarism around the world and unrealistic expenses with obsolete departments, yes we are in a better position to provide some humanitarian aid to own people. I come from a country in which the private sector delivers way better elementary and high schools than the US public school system. Colleges are very affordable because the government does not intervenes as well. Forget "free" college friend, especially the way it is, college is obselete and uneffective. I do not want to pay for someone education.

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        • @Brownstone @Motov Historically the best unemployment we had was 4.2%, which is still awful, that is alot of people unemployed. So let's say you cut all the aid to people who need it. I think you would have massive crime. Our jails are already overcrowded. People will get desperate and will cause massive chaos. Giving no food, health, and education is a basic need all humans should receive so they have a shot in life. When I say free college that does not mean private college education is not available. There will be plenty of demand for that as well.

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        • @cf_pro@Brownstone Why not make them work for their welfare checks? Start by making them clean up their place of residence. Assuming drugs will be legal, The pushers will be outta business because you can walk into a 7-11 and get it there cheaper.

          Make self help programs like AA, NA, CA (12 step programs) mandatory to be eligible to participate.

          Make them accountable, no progress, no money, no kidding.

          Same principle can be applied to their children, no school,..no hand outs.

          The problem with this is, MORONS like Jesse Jackson and his gang of Liberals will protest this, They will cry foul for making couch potatoes into productive people. They don't like the idea of losing their sheep, and may actually have to embrace that they were and are wrong. Martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream" speech will actually happen. The race card will be totally obsolete.

          Jesse Jackson might have to get a real job!

          DEMOCRATS won't allow that to happen!!!

          They rely on group mentality for their agendas of stripping away individualism.

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        • @Motov @Brownstone I love it motov, this is what needs to happen... Everybody needs to work that is able.

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        • @cf_pro @Motov @Brownstone one thing you conservative ass clowns fail to realize is that maybe there aren't jobs to be had! You assume the unemployed are lazy and on drugs. Go read your bible and fuck off.

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        • @phucked@cf_pro@Brownstone

          You obviously failed to read my previous post. I meant those welfare people who do nothing to change their situation. I have no problem helping out those who are looking for a job and cannot find one.

          And if you cannot see that difference, There is nothing more to say.

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      • @cf_pro @Motov this is your life stand up on your own two feet and be a man. Take responabilty for your life. this means the FED needs to get out of the way, not your neighbors. I know many people that help the less fortunate and love to do so for the sol reason to guide them in the right direction. The FED helps people to become Dependent on the FED. As Dave says below, what the FED gives the FED can take away. The Government that was formed back in 1775 was formed to have little Government. with that it was stated the the citizens must ? the Government not blindly follwow.

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        • @AJ4RONPAUL I agree with you.

          If you really wanna mess up anything,....just get the Government involved. They are true professionals who know how make a simple task into a very expensive, time consuming, never ending project.

          I noted earlier I am learning how this reply/comment works.

          I discovered I can delete names and direct my comments to who I intend them to.

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  4. I support some of the issues that Ron Paul talks about, but this is the way I would like to see government's role:

    - Protect our citizens

    - Give us all basic basic basic shelter if you cannot afford it

    - Give us all basic health care

    - Give us free k-12, college education, internship

    - Get rid of unions that holds us back from progressing as a nation

    - Give us infrastructure

    - Put high tariffs on foreign goods and labor (put our people back to work)

    (slowly implement so our manufacturing engine can startup)

    I know it will be more expensive, but we have too much stuff anyways

    - Protect our borders

    - Streamline immigration process so it does not take 5 years to get a green card

    - Enforce immigration laws

    - Encourage seasonal international work programs

    - Stop meddling in other countries business

    - Dismantel Lobbying

    - Put massive term limits on politicians (the word "career politician" should not exist)

    - Get rid of the FED, go back to gold standard

    - Give us back our constitution

    - Put in regulation that protects our citizens

    - Legalize Drugs (we have been trying to win the war for centuries, and we have not won)

    - Invest in research to move our country forward

    - Phase out social security

    - Tax us enough to cover all of the stuff mentioned above.

    People need basic services to thrive, if you make them homeless they cannot thrive. If you give them basic shelter/food/health care/education then people have a chance to contribute. When I say shelter I am talking about a pretty crummy place, crummy enough to where you want to get the hell out and get a better place. Especially when you getting education, you will want to better yourself, because you will have the self confidence. Putting people on street hurts our economy. Unemployment insurance should not exist. When you purchase a home or rent, it should have built in unemployment insurance from a private insurance company. Just like your forced to get homeowners insurance. If you are getting government services, you are required to go to school. Even if you are an adult, obviously you are lacking skills to get a job. I say you should be forced to be an intern as well that works for free in a profession that you enjoy. This way you get educated via school and get the experience.. this is what future employers like see. Not just education.

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    • @cf_pro

      a lot of what you want was available in USSR!

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      • @infidel81 @cf_pro China still has it. and alot of other countries are going in tha direction. that way does not work. Freedom works and RON PAUL would work!!

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    • @cf_pro these statments counterdict each other:

      1) Give us all basic basic basic shelter if you cannot afford it

      2) Give us back our constitution

      3) Get rid of the FED

      4) Give us all basic health care

      the only one that makes sence is Get rid of the FED
      you need to eduicate yourself on what your saying. who gives us free shelter? the FED you want to get rid of?
      The FED has one purpose and thas to protect us from foreign and domestic threats.

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      • @AJ4RONPAUL@cf_pro I am expressing my thoughts on my perfect government as I see it. Not sure how it can be done, not my job to figure out. The FED is not the only way we can all get free shelter if we need it.

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        • @cf_pro@AJ4RONPAUL

          thats the problem with your thought process, it not listed anywhere in the constuction for the government to provide shelter for any of the citizens. like you said your perfect government would supply this for you, move to China then. where it would fair for all right? You are thinking of communism. that is just the oppisite of the RON PAUL

          REVOLUTION. OUR FOUNDERS ARE TURNING IN THERE GRAVES TO HEAR PEOPLE LIKE YOU THINK YOU HAVE A BETTER IDEA THAN WHAT THEY FOUGHT FOR. PLEASE JUST READ YOU CONSTITUTION AND I'LL PRAY YOU FIND THE MEANING.

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        • @AJ4RONPAUL Our government currently provides shelter to people in need, so it's not like its a crazy out of the box idea. Is the shelter portion of the list the only thing you do not agree with? If so don't you think our country would be better off?

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        • @AJ4RONPAUL@cf_pro There's nothing that prohibits people, through their government, to decide that they want to help their citizens or others in need.

          In Brazil, people that have no income get a small monthly cash payment, basically with no questions asked. If it's someone with kids

          they get more money if they keep their kids in school and take them for medical check ups. People still have incentive to work if they

          can, and most do if they can get work.(PS - Brazil's economy and

          debt situation is about the best in the world these days)

          The current system is an expensive bureaucratic nightmare, and

          most of this stuff should be handled at the state or local level, but

          if people at that level decide that thats what they want to do, then

          who are we to tell them they can't?

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        • @cf_pro

          that what ron paul wants to end

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        • @AJ4RONPAUL

          Please pardon me, I am learning as I go along on how this reply thing works. Such as discovering I can delete names off my replies to direct my comments to whom I intended to.

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    • FreedomIsAbsolute

      @cf_pro

      Really, unless you wany a heavy tax, you want more compitition in health care like care insurance.) For the most part it seems like you support R Paul, but no one or at least almost no 2 supports a candidare 100% on everything. If we did, we would live in a utopia. Also, when people talk about free healthcare/ housing I cannot help but picture am ant hill. They all share everything, but do you think they enjoy their life? Nope, but the queen sure does. That can be applied to any species. Life is competitive, and there will always be somebody at the top, and we know what that leads to.

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    • FreedomIsAbsolute

      @cf_pro4) If the IRS was abolished, you would make keep 35% more of your $ allowing you to save for a fall back. More $ would be in the economy, and more job opportunities will follow. 5) Make schools competitive by pushing engineering/science programs insteafd of footbal/basket ball on students. 6) Let me quote T Jefferson "If the govt were to prescribe to us our medicine, our health would be in just as bad shape as our souls are now." Govt is not capable of providing any type of good service. Also, you will be heavily taxed to pay for it while the service continues to go down. Look at cuba(not the michael moore film, but the films on Y-tube. People stuck to their beds with bed sores, starvation, cocuraches, and no supplies.

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    • FreedomIsAbsolute

      @cf_pro

      I agree with a lot that you said, but not all. 1) Free trade is the best trade. If we put high tarrifs on them, they will do the same to us. Free trade means more business for everyone, and more of an international relationship. 2) Free Education will not work. In the end you will be paying for it through taxes(btw public edu didn't cost 1 cent in the '50's besides your tax $) Simple solution: return EDU back to the state. 3) free housing? Bad idea. People will be less productive with no incentive to work(not all, but a lot will take advantage, plus nothing is free, you will end up paying for it 1 way or another

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      • @FreedomIsAbsolute 1) Free trade sounds good, but we need to put our uneducated american work force to work, I say instead of giving them unemployment checks, make them work in factories... so we can get our cheap products from the USA VS China. Sooo once our education gets better then we can talk about free trade.

        2) Poor people do not pay enough taxes that would be equal to paying for their children's education. We need some type of education fund. Now if you think private education center will obsorb all the people who cannot afford it... then sure let's not get the government involved... I am not so sure that is the case. This is why I say let the government give us free education, if you cannot afford private education.

        3) We have shelters now for Homeless, I have heard of employed people going to shelters... We need some kind of half way house/shelters for people, you can't let them sleep our in the cold. We need to be kind to each other, do you really think people would be happy living in a shelter all their lives. I think if they had options they would explore them, in order to make a better live for themselves.

        4) IRS should be obolished, I agree with you on that.

        5) I like competition in engineering/science programs vs sports.. totally agree there.

        6) I think you are understanding me incorrectly, when I say free health care its care that people can take advantage of, but there is always private health insurance care, that will have more privileges. Private rooms, speciality doctors, more high tech equipment, etc, etc. If you cannot afford it, then you goto the mc donald's of healthcare. We can't just let you die in the street... again my morals are at play here. Basic human needs that need to be covered in order to be productive citizens. Ron Paul says private people and churches will cover the expenses of people who cannot afford it.. This is hard for me to believe because health care has gotten so much more expensive. Now this might work if health care was cheap, but its not.... So maybe when the health care system becomes efficient by hospitals fighting to shows the most costs savings to get their health care dollars, then we could switch to a system where the government is not envolved in health care.

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      • @FreedomIsAbsolute

        FreedomIsAbsolute. 1) Free trade sounds good, but we need to put our uneducated american work force to work, I say instead of giving them unemployment checks, make them work in factories... so we can get our cheap products from the USA VS China. Sooo once our education gets better then we can talk about free trade.

        2) Poor people do not pay enough taxes that would be equal to paying for their children's education. We need some type of education fund. Now if you think private education center will obsorb all the people who cannot afford it... then sure let's not get the government involved... I am not so sure that is the case. This is why I say let the government give us free education, if you cannot afford private education.

        3) We have shelters now for Homeless, I have NOT heard of employed people going to shelters... We need some kind of half way house/shelters for people, you can't let them sleep out in the cold. We need to be kind to each other, do you really think people would be happy living in a shelter all their lives. I think if they had options they would explore them, in order to make a better live for themselves.

        4) IRS should be obolished, I agree with you on that.

        5) I like competition in engineering/science programs vs sports.. totally agree there.

        6) I think you are understanding me incorrectly, when I say free health care its care that people can take advantage of, but there is always private health insurance care, that will have more privileges. Private rooms, speciality doctors, more high tech equipment, etc, etc. If you cannot afford it, then you goto the mc donald's of healthcare. We can't just let you die in the street... again my morals are at play here. Basic human needs that need to be covered in order to be productive citizens. Ron Paul says private people and churches will cover the expenses of people who cannot afford it.. This is hard for me to believe because health care has gotten so much more expensive. Now this might work if health care was cheap, but it's not.... So maybe when the health care system becomes efficient by hospitals fighting to shows the most costs savings to get their health care dollars, then we could switch to a system where the government is not envolved in health care.

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        • FreedomIsAbsolute

          @cf_pro

          First off, how the heck did you fit all that in 1 post? Okay, free trade with all nations will bring a lot of jobs back to the USA. With more jobs, there will be moreconsumption in the economy which means more people paying sales tax which means more money for the gov to use on EDU. I don't think raising taxes on any1 should be neccessary. But if we can put more ppl to work, and sell more goods, then we would have more revenue through the sales tax. Also, I agree we should have good EDU, but nothing is free. In order to make it free you would have to take from 1 person to give to another, and I don't find that moraly correct.

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        • FreedomIsAbsolute

          @cf_pro

          However, I do believe that the Dept of ED should be returned to the states, and fundid by the states via sales tax/state tax. We would really have cheaper and better schools because parents would be able to talk to the law makers of their state. And as far as free housing/shelters, you are completly right. How ever it should be run by charities, not the gov. The gov cannot do anything right. Charities know how to manage money, gov does not. Charities are important, and if people really wanted to help out the homeless just find a one and donate(tax deductible.) Also, when ever gov provides a service the price goes up. Right now they are involved in Energy/Healthcare/EDU and the prices have gone up dramaticly. Untill people realize this, nothing will change.

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        • @FreedomIsAbsolute I just keep typing it does not limit the amount I can type.

          Explain how free trade will bring a lot of jobs back to the USA?

          I understand you don't want to pay for someone else education, but if you don't you will end up carrying their burden in some other way. (IE: They will end up stealing causing insurance premiums to go up, they will end up killing a loved one. They will end up homeless causing a city to be less desirable for tourism, etc.etc.)

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        • @FreedomIsAbsolute I like your the Dept of EDU should go to the states... as long as its managed properly I am all for it.

          I agree with what your saying.

          I like your idea of having charities run them... again I dont care who runs them, as long as the money is being spent wisely.

          I don't think donations from private sources is good enough... if somehow we can collect (excise) taxes and insure they go to places that can manage the money for what it is intended for, then that would be the perfect solution. The current government is like a middleman that loves to waste money and will sell out to the highest bidder.

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        • FreedomIsAbsolute

          @cf_pro

          Free trade will bring back jobs because we will not have to pay another country to import our product, and same with the other countries. With free trade there will be more trade. With more trade comes more demand. With more demand comes a need for more jobs. We used to have free trade untill we did away with it. Also, I have no problem paying for education, I just don't think it should be run at the federal level. Same with health insurance. Let me put it this way, the govt doesn't run car insurance, but it is affordable right? The federal govt should only take care of national security, and protect the constituional/our rights. The state gov should be responsible for all the rest. That is how the US was designed, but now it is turning into Europe...not good.

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        • @FreedomIsAbsolute You convinced me state run is better than federal for edu and health. I agree federal is wasteful and cannot run programs. Although I do think DARPA is doing a great job! I guess there are exceptions. (DARPA invented the internet and many other useful projects). I guess programs that need to be carefully monitored that involves consumers is what the federal government is no good at.

          I am not convinced on your free trade argument.. I think consumers are gonna demand the cheap products from whatever country is going make the cheapest. We don't manufacture anymore, so exports are limited, we will import a lot more than we will export. We consume way more than we create. We need to train our people to become engineers and be able to build more stuff to export. We are not the powerhouse we used to be, every year we are not educating our kids properly, the more our economy suffers.

          MANY MANY THINGS are stemmed from a solid education. BTW I am a big fan of the khanacademy dot org. This guy is a true genius and hero to millions of kids.

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  5. RON PAUL! i support you completely

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  6. Ron Paul's the ONLY ONE! Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo!

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  7. Ron Paul's the ONLY ONE! Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo!!

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  8. Ron Paul's the ONLY ONE! Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo!!

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  9. The amazing thing about the truth is that it just sounds different to the human ear. You look foolish arguing against it, even if you wish reality was otherwise. Ron Paul is amazing, he speaks the truth and answers honestly 100%. He genuinely cares for the question and takes care to have his honest answers understood. That sort of leadership is so amazing, so rare. If he becomes US President, the US will accomplish great things. PLEASE make that happen, I'm Canadian and we need you strong.

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  10. Hello Fellow Patriots!

    So we have been hard at work here in Tempe, Arizona. And now I would like to share some ideas with the people here. In order for us to effect change we really need to work, not just talk, but work together.

    1) In Arizona we have several meetup groups. These are facilitated through Meetup.com it's free and a great way to connect to other Ron Paul Supporters.

    2) We have been doing the sign waves, getting together for Debates ( a liberty friendly restaurant is giving us space)

    3) We had the Rock the Revolution tour. (concert)

    4) Working to register people to vote

    But I"ll tell you what is most exciting to me we got ASU campus to start up it's very own Ron Paul crew. getting the passion and vigor of these students is what Obama did in 2008 if we can capture it in 2011/2012 I think we really have a shot at the title.

    In addition to the boots on the ground work we have been doing we have been strategizing on how to get the delegates for Ron Paul. I'll be releasing a document in the coming week outlining this initiative.

    Guys and Girls I am by no way saying follow me, honest. I'm really new to this type of work but I really I mean really want to see America get back on track: Stop fighting wars, killing our youth, our dollar our future. It's time to Restore America.

    We all gotta get together in our own neighborhoods, cities, and states to spread the good word and works of Dr. Paul. If all of us worked half as hard as he has I'd say it's a sure thing to get him in.

    Feel free to contact me with any questions or ideas. I spoke with a Ron Paul campaigner in Las Vegas today he has access to the Ron Paul HQ. We need to network and connect as many ideas and passions as possible.

    Ron Paul 2012

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  11. Hello Fellow Patriots!

    So we have been hard at work here in Tempe, Arizona. And now I would like to share some ideas with the people here. In order for us to effect change we really need to work, not just talk, but work together.

    1) In Arizona we have several meetup groups. These are facilitated through Meetup.com it's free and a great way to connect to other Ron Paul Supporters.

    2) We have been doing the sign waves, getting together for Debates ( a liberty friendly restaurant is giving us space)

    3) We had the Rock the Revolution tour. (concert)

    4) Working to register people to vote

    But I"ll tell you what is most exciting to me we got ASU campus to start up it's very own Ron Paul crew. getting the passion and vigor of these students is what Obama did in 2008 if we can capture it in 2011/2012 I think we really have a shot at the title.

    In addition to the boots on the ground work we have been doing we have been strategizing on how to get the delegates for Ron Paul. I'll be releasing a document in the coming week outlining this initiative.

    Guys and Girls I am by no way saying follow me, honest. I'm really new to this type of work but I really I mean really want to see America get back on track: Stop fighting wars, killing our youth, our dollar our future. It's time to Restore America.

    We all gotta get together in our own neighborhoods, cities, and states to spread the good word and works of Dr. Paul. If all of us worked half as hard as he has I'd say it's a sure thing to get him in.

    Feel free to contact me with any questions or ideas. I spoke with a Ron Paul campaigner in Las Vegas today he has access to the Ron Paul HQ. We need to network and connect as many ideas and passions as possible.

    Ron Paul 2012

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  12. Hmmm, Dago, that's exactly what I hear him saying in all of debates. He's very clear that he wouldn't cut one penny from national defense, but he would cut militarism, i.e.,American military aggression, and policing the world, all of which makes us less safe be inciting hatred towards us! But I digress, there's nothing common about common sense.

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  13. Looking at videos of the Republican Presidential Debate, I'd just wish Ron Paul would stop looking so 'neutral' when he talks about national security.. because he comes across as if he wouldn't have national security AT ALL, in a way...

    WE know that's not the case, but a little 'let me be clear I won't dismantle the military or national security HERE in this country' or 'rest assured the US won't lower the guard in the defense of our domestic national security' or something similar CERTAINLY wouldn't hurt.

    How I wish Mr. Ron Paul himself would read this!

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  14. Ron Paul! Finally somebody that speaks the truth, I've never felt good about any candidate until RP. They're all smiling snakes with hidden agenda's, and I feel like RP can lead us into the rebirth of our freedoms and liberty. We the people want our rights returned to us and to break away from the nannery we call our government. Maybe, just maybe Ron Paul is the right person to do it. I've got a feeling; a sense that he is not corrupted like the rest. With our help he can make a difference, we can make a difference. Stop the FED in its tracks and stop these pointless wars, help the American people understand the lies the government has told by us all releasing undisclosed documents, we did FUND them after all with our unconstitutional income taxes. Let the people see the truth so they may release their pre-fabricated fears and anxieties. RP knows the hidden agendas and it's possible that he is a key piece to stopping the war on America; the war on our world and of our minds. Leading a country is not hard if you do what you know in your heart is right, I think and I can sense that RP follows his heart and intuition. I've never advocated a president before, I can see right through their facade. RP is the real deal (and if i'm wrong we were screwed anyway,). WE THE PEOPLE ARE THE POWER., wake up and listen to your intuition.

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  15. Ron Paul! Finally somebody that speaks the truth, I've never felt good about any candidate until RP. They're all smiling snakes with hidden agenda's, and I feel like RP can lead us into the rebirth of our freedoms and liberty. We the people want our rights returned to us and to break away from the nannery we call our government. Maybe, just maybe Ron Paul is the right person to do it. I've got a feeling; a sense that he is not corrupted like the rest. With our help he can make a difference, we can make a difference. Stop the FED in its tracks and stop these pointless wars, help the American people understand the lies the government has told by us all releasing undisclosed documents, we did FUND them after all with our unconstitutional income taxes. Let the people see the truth so they may release their pre-fabricated fears and anxieties. RP knows the hidden agendas and it's possible that he is a key piece to stopping the war on America; the war on our world and of our minds. Leading a country is not hard if you do what you know in your heart is right, I think and I can sense that RP follows his heart and intuition. I've never advocated a president before, I can see right through their facade. RP is the real deal (and if i'm wrong we were screwed anyway,). WE THE PEOPLE ARE THE POWER., wake up and listen to your intuition.

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  16. If RP gets elected, how is he going to convince the house and the senate to go along with his radical changes. He only has so much power as a president. I think Obama under estimated his abilities to change things in Washington. The question I want RP to answer - Can America be saved with RP as president, and using our current corrupt system of government? If so, how - layout the plan

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    • @cf_pro He has been laying out the plan, plainly, and specifically for the last 30 years, and most recently with his plan to cut one trillion in federal spending within the first year! Of course like u said he is going to have to convince congress on domestic issues, and the biggest problem incongress is that they are not really representing we the peolle their own ideologies, and corporatism. But, RP does say that s commander in chief he will have the authority to just bring the troops home and end all foreign aid, which will unburden the economy. That's a lot mire than what any other candidate has offered thus far, and according to the record, RP has never fli flopped or waver from his position on these issues.

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    • Thanks Dave for that explanation, but I am more concerned about domestic issues than international. The question still remains how is RP going to convince congress of his radical domestic policies. I think the problem is that RP is so radical that he will not have many supporters in congress. Corporations hate RP, and they are the ones really in charge because they use lobbying to get their way. If RP wants a shot at getting his domestic policies to become reality, he HAS to somehow abolish lobbying. I am not even sure how he would do that.

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      • @cf_pro When asking a question like "how is Ron Paul going to convience Congress to pass the things that he is pressing?" you have to understand that no matter what a president stands for it is unltimatley up to congress to vote on it. So if we are so worried about how congress will vote it starts with us as the people of the United States of America. Congress is suppose to be voting the way we ask them to, that is why they are elected, to represent the majority. But because people day have forgotten that, we put all of our trust in whether someone is democrate or republican. Republicans and democrates are one of the same today. There is really no seperation of the two parties. It dpes matter who we elect and what they stand for, but first and formost it starts with us! It starts with us educating and informing people of the horrible state this country is in, because the media sure doesn't do it! We have to many people in this world who sit in front of theTV and base every decision they make off of what some pretty girl tells them. We dont think for ourselves anymore! It is so frustrating and if more people would get frustrated about it we could start to bring this country back to what it used to be. I understand that Ron Paul if and hopefully elected, has a lot to work to do when it comes to congress.

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        • But if WE THE PEOPLE stand together and make sure that we are clear that we support him that will help more than you realize. This should have happened years ago but because of too much goverment in our lives we have allowed ourselves to get lazy and not care of anything other than our own lives. We no longer think of our childrens, childrens, children. We only think of ourselves. What a selfish way to be, and now because of that WE THE PEOPLE are paying the price!

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        • @pukey02 I realize we can call our congressmen/woman and tell him/her to vote one way or another, but it seems like that is hopeless. The system is corrupt! wake up! If you still believe we the people can make a difference you are correct, but not using the channels. We have to get rid of corruption before our normal channels start functioning the way they should. Today's politics is not about who screams the loudest, but who pays the most. Look at what is going on right now... 99% want unemployment to go down, congress is deadlocked. They don't care about the people, they care about getting having a job next term. 100% of all congressmen are millionaires, they have no sense of reality. Ron Paul needs to start talking about how he is gonna fight corruption.

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      • @cf_pro You said it. Ron Paul is a very good start, isn't it? Yes, congress is corrupt. But that is what leaders do. They spread the message and people tend to follow them. If he has attention and time as a President to finally explain his ideas - truth will ring. Gradually the freedom idea will resonate and senators will follow the leader or eventually get replaced. Think about how it would be a president going to the Federal Reserve Chairman and openly saying all that money printing and measures are wrong? Going to the General Attorney and saying her immigration stances are agains the constitution? That would be a glow to the establishment so strong that you have no idea.

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    •  @cf_pro That would be very difficult for him to make such radical changes... And actually, when I try to imagine how such reforms could be implemented here in Poland, I would say some help from army would be needed... even not exluding dictatorship for some time, otherwise other group of interests (to include neigbours and so called 'EU partners") will unseat such leader very quickly... but i hope you guys in US are still not so deeply injected with socilaism virus yet, so maybe other scenario is still possible...

      below something from our EU courtyard :-)

      http://youtu.be/HZYKaAMjdOQ

      Maybe Nigel F is a hope for EU as Ron is for US ...

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    • as the president he can tell the military to do anything he wants, like come home with all your weapons and ammo, and give back all the money saved to the treasury. he can tell the military to confiscate all the printing presses and deny access to any computer system that can digitally create federal reserve funding. he can order the entire executive branch to take a month or more off, and to not enforce any list of unconstitutional "laws". in fact, he can fire whole swaths of executive branch personnel, like the irs, even order them arrested for treason. believe me it will need to get really ugly to break down the money hungry system whore puppet government and get back to the constitution. @cf_pro

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  17. TRUST!!!! Ron Paul is the only person in the GOP running for president able to live up to his word. For me this is the issue, that and I agree with his positions on just about everything he stands for. This country needs this man in the White House now more than ever before. Without him I'm afraid we are through as a nation.

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  18. Livefyre, you state your believes very well. Thank you.

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  19. I have not voted since the first Bush presidency, since we became a single party nation. I have seen no difference between the parties since. Ron Paul will get me back voting again. Do not worry about how will he accomplish what he is proposing. Get him elected first. He will be one of our greatest president!

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  20. well, I wish I could, but the problem is... I live in Poland, what seems to be serious barrier in electing US's President :-)

    But I understand the freedom idea very well and I miss it in Poland as well... our gvtm just copies (or strictly follows) EU social solutions which are far away from freedom... Main stream media do the same, ie just praises socialism or solutions which sooner or later lead to a socilalism... the more gvtm's spendings the better (Keynes ideology is still a must in economics)... ... to avoid exceeding some limits in terms of public debt they just change method of calculation it, showing that still is not so bad....just wonder when everything will collapse...some big awakening is required and I just hope you guys in US wil start it... all the best...

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    • @szwedtomMy grandmother was from poland(^; I do not understsnd why "top economists" go by keynes ideology, and I have no idea how that guy won a nobel peace prize. This country lost so many lives in the name of freedom, and we lost even more to put an end to socialism and communism...but now we have people cheering in the streets for it. The "big six" All the major media outlets are scripted like wrestling WWE which is a shame.People are waking up here, but not fast enough...there are still a lot that think everything is normal. In this country you cannot critisize the president because his followers will call those who do a racist. I am not, I just think his policies are bad for business..literally. I think they are diliberatley ruining the dollar. The protesters want 25 million public jobs...how are we going to pay for that? They want more regulations, when the ones we do have are pushing jobs over seas. Only time will tell how things go in this country, best of luck with yours. I am thankful I have an opertunity to vote for someone with the integrity..... Ron Paul2012.

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      • @ronpualismyhero what part of Poland she came from/ i mean your GM..

        as regard OWS: that is simple result of creating gvmt as a good (intentially from small letter -to not offend the real one :-))... if gvmt can take money so also can give it...that simple thinking... what RP underlines and warn of... people imagination is to shallow to understand that gvmt only ditributes others money keeping rich part of this for its own (and other surrunding group of interests )...

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