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March 16, 2012, 12:59:23 PM
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Where do most of the newbies on this forum stand politically and/or in this U.S. election?  If I had to wager a guess--I would imagine most are Ron Paul supporters who believe in Liberty and the Constitution? 

The old vanguard is dilapidated and dying.  There is a growing movement in this country--a libertarian fervor that is ripening as we speak (i.e. write).
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March 16, 2012, 01:36:29 PM
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Yes. I tend towards anarcholibertarian and do support Ron Paul.
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March 16, 2012, 01:53:09 PM
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Yes. I tend towards anarcholibertarian and do support Ron Paul.

Alas! The Establishment and their rigged electronic voting machines will never suffer Ron Paul to win! 
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March 16, 2012, 02:23:45 PM
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Yes. I tend towards anarcholibertarian and do support Ron Paul.

Alas! The Establishment and their rigged electronic voting machines will never suffer Ron Paul to win! 

Nope. Worth a shot though. I am afraid that destitution will come and be followed by violence before the grand American expirement takes a new direction.
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March 16, 2012, 05:02:08 PM
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Where do most of the newbies on this forum stand politically and/or in this U.S. election?  If I had to wager a guess--I would imagine most are Ron Paul supporters who believe in Liberty and the Constitution? 

The old vanguard is dilapidated and dying.  There is a growing movement in this country--a libertarian fervor that is ripening as we speak (i.e. write).
Hi i'm european and i don't support anyone for US election  Cheesy

You know, this isn't america forum  Cheesy
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March 16, 2012, 05:14:05 PM
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Where do most of the newbies on this forum stand politically and/or in this U.S. election?  If I had to wager a guess--I would imagine most are Ron Paul supporters who believe in Liberty and the Constitution? 

The old vanguard is dilapidated and dying.  There is a growing movement in this country--a libertarian fervor that is ripening as we speak (i.e. write).
Hi i'm european and i don't support anyone for US election  Cheesy

You know, this isn't america forum  Cheesy


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March 16, 2012, 08:23:22 PM
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Where do most of the newbies on this forum stand politically and/or in this U.S. election?  If I had to wager a guess--I would imagine most are Ron Paul supporters who believe in Liberty and the Constitution?  

The old vanguard is dilapidated and dying.  There is a growing movement in this country--a libertarian fervor that is ripening as we speak (i.e. write).
Hi i'm european and i don't support anyone for US election  Cheesy

You know, this isn't america forum  Cheesy

Really? You mean to tell me this is not an American forum?  

Did you notice that when I phrased the question I was referring to newbies who are Americans?  I did not state "election" but "U.S. election."  The question was for people who are in the United States.

Anyone, however, is free to express their political views.  



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March 16, 2012, 08:53:43 PM
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I'm a socialist and not american ... but I pick obama, the republic candidates are LOLworthy so far

the problem I have with Ron Paul is that beyond the outward libertarian stance he takes, there is some conservative ideology buried beneath ...
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March 16, 2012, 09:18:58 PM
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I don't fall in line perfectly with any party, but I vote Democrat usually. Clinton and Obama. First choice was solid, not sure about the latter. Republicans lost me with Bush, then Gore/Palin.

Libertarianism has its pros, but has its cons as well. They all do though.

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