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ron paul 2008
Where was Ron Paul in 2000? It's too late now...
He was on the Colbert Report last night. He will be rebroadcast at today at the various times.
I saw the Congressman on Colbert. I'm with RP 100%. We are in debt to the point that our standard of living, our freedom and ultimately our survival as a republic are all threatened. Few who attack him get it. If he is not the next president, and even he says he's a longshot, we will get just another establishment hack who will preside over the sinking of our ship of state. BTW, if you're going to criticize the man, at least enlighten us as to how your prefered candidate is going to deal with a $60 trillion debt.
$60 trillion debt? uhhh yeah ok why not $600 gajillion? and you doofuses wonder why nobody takes you seriously
I take my marching orders from Hollywood. So if Bill maher and ben Affleck like Ron Paul, good enough for me.You idiots cannot be that gullible.
Do trolls not read?Read this: http://tinyurl.com/2hy527Yes, roughly $60 trillion in debt. Why should this not be taken seriously? Turn off the American Idol and WWE and have some reality every now and then.
"$60 trillion debt? uhhh yeah ok why not $600 gajillion? and you doofuses wonder why nobody takes you seriously"Doofuses?http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2007-05-28-federal-budget_n.htm
Yup, smart folks can see honesty; good people want whats best for the country. You may be neither smart nor good and therefore cannot see any of this.Ron Paul, Bill Maher, 2 men who are good and smart! Can they lead? hmmm, that's always another question. But, you know, it wouldn't suprise me at all to find out that most of you trolls are working for the neo-con or left-wing establishment and don't actually believe anything you are saying. Just like your masters.
Where was Ron Paul in 2000? It's too late now... What does it matter? Bush stole the election anyway. I saw him. He was dressed like the hamburgler.Gore was chasing dressed as Grimace or atleast I think that was a costume.
So they will just change the method of calculation again, but remember those 10 avacados for a dollar are now mostly a dollar a peice, yep, no inflation here, guess even farmers had to pay the higher property taxes in order to keep the avacado trees on higher "evalualed flipper properties
anon 8:53 & anon 9:04,doofuses, marching orders, and gullibleThanks for your intelligent criticisms of Ron Paul. Very thought provoking. (BTW, yes we are $60 trillion in debt right now when you include our Medicare and Social Security obligations.)
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