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Discussion in 'Legal' started by brighamr, Jun 5, 2007.

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  1. shinju

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    I'm not sure if this YouTube has been posted in all the preceeding 24! pages, but even if it has, I think it deserves another plug. A friend of mine just told me about it today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG_HuFtP8w8

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  2. pcosmar

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    shinju,Thank your friend. That is a good vid.
    Ron Pauls message is both simple and profound. I don't understand why he has so many detractors here. Maybe they just aren't listening.
     
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    PCOSMAR said: "Ron Pauls message is both simple and profound. I don't understand why he has so many detractors here. Maybe they just aren't listening."

    I think most of them reacted to that exchange between RP and Guliani just the way Guliani wanted them to. Now they're kinda ashamed of themselves but too stiffnecked to admit they screwed up. Instead, they intend to keep beating the same old drum until they find some music in it. As long as they can make noise though, they can continue to 'not hear' what's being said.
     
  5. nemoaz

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    Because his foreign policy is somewhere between Rosie O'Donnell and Jimmy Carter.

    That's why he's at 0% in the polls.
     
  6. madmike

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    Sad, really, that a foreign policy in line with the CONSTITUTION is unpopular on a site like this.

    I don't advocate, nor expect, that we will suddenly withdraw and isolate ourselves.

    But we never should have become the world's policeman.

    And if you really value the concept of a Citizen Militia and fiscal conservatism, you should consider the idea.
     
  7. mmafan

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    Because his foreign policy is somewhere between Rosie O'Donnell and Jimmy Carter.

    That's why he's at 0% in the polls.


    Right, which is why the latest polls show that 67% of American oppose the Iraq war while only 30% favor it.

    And why the republicans lost the house and senate in 06.
     
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    Yeah its a tough race in the Republican primary. I wonder if Juliani will take him out of the running due to competing popularity among the same people. Would leave another less qualified candidate the ability to walk away with the nomination..........
     
  9. mmafan

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    I am telling you people right now, that if the Republicans nominate a "stay the course" type with a Neo-Con foreign policy, you might as well expect Hillary or Obama to win.

    Irreguardless of what the Republican base wants, the all important independent swing voters are in full revolt on this issue and siding with the democrats.

    The American people are sick of the Iraq war and a so called "preventative wars", (if that isnt an oxymoron, I dont know what is).

    The American public has never had a like for long drawn out conflicts, Eisenhower and Nixon were elected to end the conflicts in Vietnam and Korea.

    If the republicans nominate a hawk, they might as well kiss the election good by.

    The war in Iraq will be the central issue on 2008 imo, just like it was in 2006.
     
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    goooood movie :D
     
  12. pcosmar

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    This is a story that is not being reported.
    http://www.freemarketnews.com/WorldNews.asp?nid=44956

    I have seen the videos. the place was full.
    There is also a rumor (being questioned and investigated) That the FCC ordered NO coverage for Ron Paul.
    Why would the big story in Iowa not be reported?
     
  13. pcosmar

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    CAUTION Rumor only at this point,
    http://www.gotmead.com/index.php?opt...44026#msg44026
    This is being looked into to find Facts.
    Any news will be shared. Lots of eyes on this.
     
  14. Biker

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    Don't need a tinfoil hat to wonder about this.

    Biker
     
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    frigate, It just may be that some people don't want us to hear what he has to say. It isn't the first time this sort of tactic has been used and it probably won't be the last.
    BOHICA!
     
  17. pcosmar

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    The BIG News story, is the story they don't want to tell.

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    Nice! The internet has always been kind to Ron. Now let's do our part and spread the work locally.
     
  19. Marshall

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    All that shows me is that RP supporters are doing RP searches over and over again.
     
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    Or just maybe your crystal ball is broken and what it really means is that no one can find any information about Ron Paul on TV or the Big Media Websites since he's not in their pockets like every other big name candidate (Fred Thompson included.) The only way to find out about him is to search for the smaller news and independent websites that are actually interested in freedom.
     
  21. pcosmar

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    There may be some repeat searches, but there may be more intrest than is being reported.
    http://www.freemarketnews.com/WorldNews.asp?nid=44956
    I have seen the videos, and the crowd.
    This happens where ever he shows up.
    Here is one set of vids from Iowa.
    http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=stankyblog
     
  22. pdowg881

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    Even if it was repeat Paul searches, are you saying every other candidates supporters only enter their name once in a search engine, and RP supporters are the only ones that search for him multiple times? Why is everyone trying to discredit evry positive thing about this guy? Especially the people here?
     
  23. Biker

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    Ya gotta wonder...

    Biker
     
  24. Marshall

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    Heck, it's always broken, no news there.

    Where are these so called "interested in Ron Paul people" hearing about him in order to Google him so much if he's not on TV or the Big Media Websites media coverage, to use your words? Do they just wake up one morning and have an epiphany to Google Ron Paul, a name they don't know? Where's this huge "need to know" coming from"?

    No, it's the grassroots org doing it's job and performing searches in all search engines, in addition to infiltrating websites, such as this one. Just like the debates he was in, when the end of debate "call in" polls were done and Ron Paul was ahead by an astonishing number. Same folks, same game.
     
  25. pcosmar

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    I wonder about many things.
    I came to THR in my search for 2nd amendment rights. The loss of individual rights, property rights and a growing police state have troubled me for a few years. My coming here was because of the 2nd in particular.
    I first heard of Ron Paul on this site, before his run for President. I believe it was in reference to H.R.1096.
    I still wonder where all the Pro-Gun supporters are. No one has co sponsored this bill.
    When I first heard of him my thought was "who the h*** is Ron Paul?"
    I went looking. I found what I was looking for.
    He has my support.
     
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