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Say goodbye to gov and hello to freedom!

WatertheTree

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Well, Five branches atleast.

Ron Paul announcing official plan monday to cut 1 trillion dollars deficit.

Thats right, an actually conservative plan.

Economists worldwide will herald Ron Pauls plan.

Ron Paul will surge in the polls when the people find out they can have a balanced budget in Washington without increasing taxes or making cuts to important social programs.

The establishment quivers in fear!

Obama is done, Perry is done, Romney is done! Washington will have a hard time convincing the people that there is any reason they should wait till 2012 to have Ron in charge.

Exclusive: Ron Paul's Agenda To Include Eliminating Five Government Departments And He Will Take $39,336 Presidential Salary
 

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Go Ron Paul go!!! We need to Audit the fed, cut the deficit, and bring our troops home. Ron Paul 2012!!!

No more of the below!!!
No to Fed insider
No to failed pizza men
No to big government
No to big war for nothing
No to bs
 
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What was his position on a woman's right to choose? I forgot.

Who gives a shit, he is going to fix the economy and give people back there freedom!








He said its state decision, which is the way it oughta be.
 

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Paul continues to be under 3% to capture the nomination on Intrade, so those people purport to be confident in his eventual presidency must have a little bit of doubt they aren't sharing with the rest of us.

Even a good plan is unlikely to change that, and the plan described in the link does not sound very good:

--Taking a low salary is a gimmick-- it doesn't hurt but it doesn't accomplish anything either.

-- It's not clear why Paul wants to eliminate the Department of Education, since he's apparently planning to continue some substantial part of its programs.

-- While the elimination of some departments is not what I'd call sensible, there does seem to be a certain logic to it. In contrast, eliminating the Department of the Interior has no logic that I can discern. Is Paul intent on handing over all public natural resources to corporations?

-- Neither Paul nor the link is making any of the claims the original poster is.
 

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What was his position on a woman's right to choose? I forgot.

Not only a woman’s right to choose, but everyone’s right to privacy, right to counsel, and right to due process.

Who gives a shit, he is going to fix the economy and give people back there freedom!

Those of us defending the Bill of Rights against such ignorance care. And a plan designed to take away one freedom to replace it with another ‘freedom’ is idiocy.

He said its state decision, which is the way it oughta be.

That conflicts with the Constitution, its case law, and the rule of law. There’s no point replacing the ‘tyranny’ of the Federal government and replace it with state tyranny. Indeed, it’s the states which have during the bulk of the 20th Century been the greater violators of civil rights.

Most of the social issues should go to the states, but then somethings should be listed as MURDER as it is.

The 14th Amendment prevents the states from violating their citizens’ rights. Civil rights aren’t determined by majority rule.
 

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What was his position on a woman's right to choose? I forgot.

Not only a woman’s right to choose, but everyone’s right to privacy, right to counsel, and right to due process.

Who gives a shit, he is going to fix the economy and give people back there freedom!

Those of us defending the Bill of Rights against such ignorance care. And a plan designed to take away one freedom to replace it with another ‘freedom’ is idiocy.

He said its state decision, which is the way it oughta be.

That conflicts with the Constitution, its case law, and the rule of law. There’s no point replacing the ‘tyranny’ of the Federal government and replace it with state tyranny. Indeed, it’s the states which have during the bulk of the 20th Century been the greater violators of civil rights.

Most of the social issues should go to the states, but then somethings should be listed as MURDER as it is.

The 14th Amendment prevents the states from violating their citizens’ rights. Civil rights aren’t determined by majority rule.

Outstanding.
 
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What was his position on a woman's right to choose? I forgot.

Not only a woman’s right to choose, but everyone’s right to privacy, right to counsel, and right to due process.



Those of us defending the Bill of Rights against such ignorance care. And a plan designed to take away one freedom to replace it with another ‘freedom’ is idiocy.



That conflicts with the Constitution, its case law, and the rule of law. There’s no point replacing the ‘tyranny’ of the Federal government and replace it with state tyranny. Indeed, it’s the states which have during the bulk of the 20th Century been the greater violators of civil rights.

Most of the social issues should go to the states, but then somethings should be listed as MURDER as it is.

The 14th Amendment prevents the states from violating their citizens’ rights. Civil rights aren’t determined by majority rule.

Outstanding.

Except its total bullshit.
 

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Not only a woman’s right to choose, but everyone’s right to privacy, right to counsel, and right to due process.



Those of us defending the Bill of Rights against such ignorance care. And a plan designed to take away one freedom to replace it with another ‘freedom’ is idiocy.



That conflicts with the Constitution, its case law, and the rule of law. There’s no point replacing the ‘tyranny’ of the Federal government and replace it with state tyranny. Indeed, it’s the states which have during the bulk of the 20th Century been the greater violators of civil rights.



The 14th Amendment prevents the states from violating their citizens’ rights. Civil rights aren’t determined by majority rule.

Outstanding.

Except its total bullshit.

Total bullshit, huh? That;s quite a convincing argument you laid out. WTG!
 
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Outstanding.

Except its total bullshit.

Total bullshit, huh? That;s quite a convincing argument you laid out. WTG!

Oh shut-up. There is ten billion different threads about where Ron Paul stands, or you can just type 'Ron Paul' into google and get back millions of video's of him saying his opinion.

Why do I have to explain to you why suggesting that Ron Paul stands for anything other then freedom and personel liberty is stupid and not worth the bother?? Unlike candidates your used to Ron Paul has nothing to hide and stands by his convictions.
 

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I like that about him actually. But he just falls short on the consistency scorecard......and.....he won't say that he accepts the theory of evolution. Can't be taken seriously.
 

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