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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvuODoKjE5I&feature=feedu]Music Video MUST SEE!! -MIRROR - YouTube[/ame]
 

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I don't like that kind of music but it's true, Ron Paul girls are hot... Prolly because like most of the Republican base that likes RP they are younger.

OOOOooo burn if you're old =(

MMMmmmMm, Ron Paul Girl.... [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uaqG0eWCcw]Obama Girl Nightmare (submitted by Ron Paul Girl) - YouTube[/ame]
 

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LOL, during that video these girls hold a sign saying "suicide girls <3 Ron Paul" They do soft core porn... Fucking awesome. I knew I was in the right camp.
 

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The Ron Paul followers are like a cult if you ask me.
 

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Anybody wanting nutty Uncle Ron to get the nomination, must REALLY love Barack Hussein Obama.:eusa_whistle:

I hear what you're saying but the truth is we really don't expect him to get the nomination but by continuing to support him and similarly minded Libertarian leaning candidates in ever-increasing numbers, we move the Republican party away from the RINOs and towards limited government, individual freedom, and less debt...what Republicans used to stand for. The military interventionism thing isn't going to be an overnight withdraw but certainly we can enact some cost savings abroad over time and in a reasonable manner.

That's really what I'm hoping for.

Don't worry, I'll vote for whichever R gets the nomination. Obviously.
 

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Anybody wanting nutty Uncle Ron to get the nomination, must REALLY love Barack Hussein Obama.:eusa_whistle:
Even though MSM is trying to ignore him, Ron Paul is tied with, or within the margin of error, head to head with Obama.

Obama is so unpopular even Blacks are starting to bail on him. But please, continue to think as you do in fact, tell all your friends that Obamas' re-election is in the bag so there's no need to vote in 2012.
 
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Anybody wanting nutty Uncle Ron to get the nomination, must REALLY love Barack Hussein Obama.:eusa_whistle:

Now Jester if everybody thought he wouldn't
But what if most wanted him to win but thought that he wouldn't win and did not vote for him. Now that is sad "because I thought he wouldn't win so I voted for the other guy" We get obama. Vote for the one you want not the one you expect to win.
 
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Anybody wanting nutty Uncle Ron to get the nomination, must REALLY love Barack Hussein Obama.:eusa_whistle:

I hear what you're saying but the truth is we really don't expect him to get the nomination but by continuing to support him and similarly minded Libertarian leaning candidates in ever-increasing numbers, we move the Republican party away from the RINOs and towards limited government, individual freedom, and less debt...what Republicans used to stand for. The military interventionism thing isn't going to be an overnight withdraw but certainly we can enact some cost savings abroad over time and in a reasonable manner.

That's really what I'm hoping for.

Don't worry, I'll vote for whichever R gets the nomination. Obviously.

How about just voting for the most Constitutional minded person. Who really gives a shit if they have a D or an R. George Bush had an R and got tied up with a democratic controled Congress. Hell obama could have been President those last two years, because I see nothing differant
 
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Anybody wanting nutty Uncle Ron to get the nomination, must REALLY love Barack Hussein Obama.:eusa_whistle:

I hear what you're saying but the truth is we really don't expect him to get the nomination but by continuing to support him and similarly minded Libertarian leaning candidates in ever-increasing numbers, we move the Republican party away from the RINOs and towards limited government, individual freedom, and less debt...what Republicans used to stand for. The military interventionism thing isn't going to be an overnight withdraw but certainly we can enact some cost savings abroad over time and in a reasonable manner.

That's really what I'm hoping for.

Don't worry, I'll vote for whichever R gets the nomination. Obviously.

How about just voting for the most Constitutional minded person. Who really gives a shit if they have a D or an R. George Bush had an R and got tied up with a democratic controled Congress. Hell obama could have been President those last two years, because I see nothing differant

I couldn't agree with you more. That's exactly how I vote. Right now, that's Paul. Whatever R gets the nomination, I'm pretty sure (I hope) they'll be more Constitutionally minded than President Obama.

I do get what you're saying about Bush and Obama being similar in so many ways. Central planners are central planners and both parties have them.
 
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I hear what you're saying but the truth is we really don't expect him to get the nomination but by continuing to support him and similarly minded Libertarian leaning candidates in ever-increasing numbers, we move the Republican party away from the RINOs and towards limited government, individual freedom, and less debt...what Republicans used to stand for. The military interventionism thing isn't going to be an overnight withdraw but certainly we can enact some cost savings abroad over time and in a reasonable manner.

That's really what I'm hoping for.

Don't worry, I'll vote for whichever R gets the nomination. Obviously.

How about just voting for the most Constitutional minded person. Who really gives a shit if they have a D or an R. George Bush had an R and got tied up with a democratic controled Congress. Hell obama could have been President those last two years, because I see nothing differant

I couldn't agree with you more. That's exactly how I vote. Right now, that's Paul. Whatever R gets the nomination, I'm pretty sure (I hope) they'll be more Constitutionally minded than President Obama.

I do get what you're saying about Bush and Obama being similar in so many ways. Central planners are central planners and both parties have them.

Bush had an R but was he Constitutionally minded? This playing the R and D letter game does nothing but give us statist elites.

Did you watch the video about the Ron Paul girl introduced in this thread? The obama girl compared Paul to obama. Imgine that she thinks they both want the samething.:lol:
 

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How about just voting for the most Constitutional minded person. Who really gives a shit if they have a D or an R. George Bush had an R and got tied up with a democratic controled Congress. Hell obama could have been President those last two years, because I see nothing differant

I couldn't agree with you more. That's exactly how I vote. Right now, that's Paul. Whatever R gets the nomination, I'm pretty sure (I hope) they'll be more Constitutionally minded than President Obama.

I do get what you're saying about Bush and Obama being similar in so many ways. Central planners are central planners and both parties have them.

Bush had an R but was he Constitutionally minded? This playing the R and D letter game does nothing but give us statist elites.

Did you watch the video about the Ron Paul girl introduced in this thread? The obama girl compared Paul to obama. Imgine that she thinks they both want the samething.:lol:

Hell no Bush wasn't Constitutionally minded...not even close! Be assured, I hold equal contempt for both parties but I am...optimistic about the direction the Rs are headed in the last few years. Constitutionally conservative Rs may still be in the minority but we're beginning to change that and 2012 could be a historical election if we do this right. It's that or hyperinflation followed by bankruptcy.
 
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I couldn't agree with you more. That's exactly how I vote. Right now, that's Paul. Whatever R gets the nomination, I'm pretty sure (I hope) they'll be more Constitutionally minded than President Obama.

I do get what you're saying about Bush and Obama being similar in so many ways. Central planners are central planners and both parties have them.

Bush had an R but was he Constitutionally minded? This playing the R and D letter game does nothing but give us statist elites.

Did you watch the video about the Ron Paul girl introduced in this thread? The obama girl compared Paul to obama. Imgine that she thinks they both want the samething.:lol:

Hell no Bush wasn't Constitutionally minded...not even close! Be assured, I hold equal contempt for both parties but I am...optimistic about the direction the Rs are headed in the last few years. Constitutionally conservative Rs may still be in the minority but we're beginning to change that and 2012 could be a historical election if we do this right. It's that or hyperinflation followed by bankruptcy.

Make no mistake about it the GOP has fucked this country up but the democrats have made things 10 times worse.

The Federal government needs to do their job of internation affairs and leave the domistic agenda to the states. Neither party has done that. more federal intrusion on states rights and we allowed it.
 
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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgYZYgtR7U0&feature=feedlik]We The People - YouTube[/ame]
 

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