Ron Paul ad attacks rick perry for being Al Gore cheerleader

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    A new ad by Ron Paul attacks governor Rick Perry for being a so called cheerleader for Al Gore, Rick Perry was a former democrat and also supported hilliary care, perry was for the bank bailouts and wallstreet TARP money, he also wanted to force all girls in Texas to have manditory vaccines.


    More : Ron Paul attacks Rick Perry for being Al Gores cheerleader and a democrat
     
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    Ron Paul needs to worry abot beating someone closer to him in rankings. Like Newt Gingrich.
     
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    Who is Ron Paul kiddin'? Perry's packing heat. If he saw Al Gore walking down the street he would bust 2 caps in that man's head.

    Three if it were Sunday..for the baby Jeebus.
     
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    Perry smells like another Texas neocon to me.

    Damned awful thing to happen to such a fine state.
     
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    I don't think the US needs another Texan, we are still recovering years later from the last one.

    I don't care how fake he was. He was just emulating the real thing.
     
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    Back in 1988 when Rick Perry was laboring for Al Gore's presidential campaign Ron Paul was leaving the GOP because of uncontrolled deficits, debt, and foreign entanglements under a Republican president--the same motivations behind the formation and success of the Tea Party in 2008 two decade later.
     
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    It isn't TEXANS that are the problem...it's more of a matter of wht that Texan brings to the table.

    Compassionate Conservatism was no more than Liberalism in a cloak fronted BY a Texan.
     
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    "Since 1981, however, I have gradually and steadily grown weary of the Republican Party’s efforts to reduce the size of the federal government. Since then Ronald Reagan (George Bush) and the Republican Party have given us skyrocketing deficits, and astoundingly a doubled national debt. How is it that the party of balanced budgets, with control of the White House and Senate, accumulated red ink greater than all previous administrations put together? Tip O’Neill, although part of the problem, cannot alone be blamed…I want to totally disassociate myself from the policies that have given us unprecedented deficits, massive monetary inflation, indiscriminate military spending, an irrational and unconstitutional foreign policy, zooming foreign aid, the exaltation of international banking, and the attack on our personal liberties and privacy…" Congressman Ron Paul 1988
     
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    You know what scares both parties about Ron Paul?

    1. He's a RIDICULOUSLY seasoned politician.
    2. He's batshit fucking loco compared to a normal politician, mostly because he goes against the normal. (He tells the truth instead of lying to get places)
    That scares people. I think it's refreshing.

    That and he is the ONLY fiscal conservative in the entire election so far. Everyone else is pretty much speaking on Social issues.
     
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    He can't debate someone that does not show up to the debate... So he takes it to them. And for the record RP polls pretty fing well, Rick had avoided talking to the public and will prolly get dumped on soon enough.

    The real question is, was RP's ad wrong?
     

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