Crazy Ron

Crazy Ron

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    1. There’s something about Texas. Between Ron and Ted Poe, there’s a lot of crazy down south.

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    2. He’s principled. For a politician that might translate to “crazy”, but the guy has a core set of values that he sticks with and he deserves a bit of respect for that.

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    3. I guess we’ll never find out the truth about Roswell now 🙁

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    4. I agreed with reboot on this one. Ron Paul has my vote. I guess that makes me crazy too.

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    5. He’s the other side of the Nader coin. Nutbags who’re desperately in love with their own ideology to the point where any contrary evidence has them sticking their fingers in their ears going “LALALALALALALA”. Why should I respect that?

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    6. Count me in the “crazy” camp too. Rather be crazy than asleep.

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    7. duece
      You just discribed all career politicians. So why should they have your respect? I guess Ron Is a nutbag and the odd man out since he isn’t running as a republican or democrate. The fact is that if you are not in one of the two parties our country deems as worth while you have no chance of being taken seriously. The choice between Obama and McCain is really no choice at all. McCain is a flip flopping hot head and Obama is a socialist in a Democrates clothing. Both are bad for what future this country has left.

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    8. Ya know, I heard that bullshit in the 2000 election… that Bush vs. Gore was no choice at all. Take a look at the economy, the war, and the US’s relationship with the rest of the world and say that again.

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    9. “Why should I respect that?”
      Maybe its because of my mathematical education, but I believe that the correct way to approach an problem is to identify a fundamental set of axiom or principle and “derive” any particular theory to be consistent with those axioms.
      Ron Paul does this. He believes in following the Constitution to the letter and that Federal government’s influence on private lives should be minimized. He doesn’t change his mind based on what polls say or how much lobbyist bribe him. For that much, he deserves some respect. The only real issue I have with him is that he’s a gold-bug.

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    10. Duece-
      I dont disagree with your last statement at all. Currently our ecomony is tanking (e.g. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae falling apart), we have gotten ourselves into a war that is reminiscent of vietnam, and we are not making friend around that world that is for certain. I will not stand here and call Bush stupid. he has done a fantastic job making money for the people that got him elected. Gore would have been a better choice last time for sure in my honest opinion. The people saw that and that is the way they voted. The whole Florida debocal will go down in history as a major flub in our system for certain. How much better would Gore have been for this country? I don”t know . We will never have the oppertunity to find out since the election was stolen. Our system is broken and we need someone like Ron Paul who is a constitutionalist at heart and has the founding fathers ideals. His Ideals are what this country has founded on. Our country is not what it was and our only hope is for a major change in the way we do things. Something needs to happen ot put this country back on track. I prefer peaceful means through election and social awareness but I fear that won’t happen since typically no one pays attention till it is too late.

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    11. Puhleese… Obama is not a socialist, and any assertion that he is, is simply Rovian Republican Douche Baggery. Quit regurgitating everything O’Reilly and Beck tell you. They’re hacks.

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    12. flood–
      seriously? the election was stolen? even gore supporters have gotten over that at this point. All Gore accomplished was making sure that every election from now on we will have someone shouting “recount, recount.”

      You want to change the system, vote to change the system. Otherwise, Bush–stupid head or not–won the election by the rules.

      if you still don’t understand, go to Wikipedia and search “electoral college”

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    13. “All Gore accomplished was making sure that every election from now on we will have someone shouting “recount, recount.””
      That’s the way it should be!! If our elections are not fair and accurate then democracy has failed. Fuck overnight results for the news. There’s over two months between the election and the inauguration. That time should be spent making sure that the votes were counted as accurately as possible.

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    14. “Maybe its because of my mathematical education, but I believe that the correct way to approach an problem is to identify a fundamental set of axiom or principle and “derive” any particular theory to be consistent with those axioms.”

      Jews did WTC. One world government secretly controls washington and that one episode of the X-Files where the retard guy was getting psychic messages from the cryogenics guy to kill people in a jet engine. Also no abortions or else the devil will take take the pious and the wicked alike to his lake of fire.

      It’s all right there in one of those later amendments like the 80th or some shit.

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    15. how do you interpret the constitution to the letter? supreme court justices are supposed to do this and they have never really agreed on how to interpret it.

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    16. no, it’s the rest of them that is crazy. he isn’t running for president any longer, so yeah. otherwise i would have voted for him as well.

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    17. @asdf
      The Supreme Court only hears the most diffcult cases. The usually get 7,000 petitions a year and only decide on about 100 cases. Of those 100 cases, only a few are split decisions and even within that subset, its usually clear which side is a strict interpretation (to the letter) versus broad interpretation. So 99.9% of the time it is easy to interpret the constitution to the letter.
      The sad thing is that so many legislators completely ignore the Constitution in the first place. They pass bills that they know won’t hold up under scrutiny to appease ignorant voters and to rake in the lobbyist money.

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    18. Goddamn Reboot, you are the first person I heard who knows how the Supreme Court, and the baser aspects of the congress, actually does business, “Gold Star” for you!

      As for Ron Paul, about half of his ideas where great and I could really support them, but the other half of his ideas are pretty crazy (conspiracies like a secret cabal building a NAFTA Superhighway and forming US-Canada-Mexico into one country called the North American Union, among other things), his view of isolationism is not responsible or practical and the large quantity of of his weirdo “supporters” were embarrassing, I mean come on, leagions of oddly shaped people dress in poorly made super-hero costumes and all the 9-11 Truffers does say a little about the man’s character (and it’s not reassuring).

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    19. gor, you honestly don’t believe they’re not working on a North American Union? You actually call it a conspiracy? how blind can you be. African Union, Asian Union, EU, etc. the worlds being divded into 5 or 6 zones. Of course theres an NAU coming. Sure, not overnight, might take like 20 years, but its coming. Any idiot can see it.
      www.canadianactionparty.ca/nau.html

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    20. Yes Ken, I do see trends, but not evil conspiracies. A nafarious secret international cabal bent on destroying the free people of US and Candada and forcing them in a New World Order state is a little too “tin-foil hat” for me. I could be wrong, but I don’t believe we live a “James Bond” world.

      www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/wrong_paul.html

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    21. Yeah, but all those regions are somewhat balanced. No one country dominates the EU, and the smaller countries’ prosperity has compensated for the relative lack of influence. Also, there is no Asian union. Maybe you’re thinking of a Shanghai pact? That includes some European states. African Union is a weak duck and local economic unions tend to be where the action is there.

      Mexico and Canada would never allow it to happen. If Harper even tried anything like that he’d get a vote of non-confidence without question – even his own party would turn against him – and we’d have another Kim Campbell 2-seat election. Mexico is leaning towards protectionism and unless it included facilitated immigration, they wouldn’t go for it, and America wouldn’t go for open borders with Mexico in a million billion years.

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    22. I respect him because he is pro-life. Obama certainly isn’t and even McCain supports embryonic stem-cell research. Boo.

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    23. Pro-Life? what kind of religious fuck nut are you to even utter that phrase? Embryonic stem-cell research isn’t a bad thing. Abortion isn’t a bad thing. Get your head out of your sloppy fucking ass and think for yourself instead of subscribing to whatever religious preacher is currently corrupting your mind.

      Get over the fact that you’re ignorant and learn something.

      psh, pro-life.
      psh.

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    24. Just for the record I don’t watch O’Reilly or Beck. I actually don’t know who Beck is. I am far from a Republican and have no interest in right wing slanted media.

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