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April 29, 2012, 08:43:51 AM
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To me this is the perfect ticket.  With Ron Paul you gain the younger vote, the Texas south vote, and you also get a large percentage from the left.  The only demographic you hurt is women who don't like Ron Paul.

RP still attracts massive crowds, and if Paul gave a 10 minute warm-up and Romney at 20 minute crusher, poor ole Obama will be back in Hawaii  in no time.  Maybe the GOP, can sign off on it if RP agree to keep defense spending adjusted for inflation when he was in the service.
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April 29, 2012, 10:54:51 AM
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To me this is the perfect ticket.  With Ron Paul you gain the younger vote, the Texas south vote, and you also get a large percentage from the left.  The only demographic you hurt is women who don't like Ron Paul.

RP still attracts massive crowds, and if Paul gave a 10 minute warm-up and Romney at 20 minute crusher, poor ole Obama will be back in Hawaii  in no time.  Maybe the GOP, can sign off on it if RP agree to keep defense spending adjusted for inflation when he was in the service.

But what Ron Paul supporter is going to support Mitt Romney?

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April 29, 2012, 11:39:05 AM
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Maybe the GOP, can sign off on it if RP agree to keep defense spending adjusted for inflation when he was in the service.

Ahahahahahaha.  When he was in the service in World War II ??  Keep dreaming.  We'd have to double our already ridiculous war spending in order to reach those levels.  Not going to happen, unless you'd like to start shooting infantry to the moon?

Enjoy your brokered convention fight and split vote then...

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April 29, 2012, 12:58:21 PM
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To me this is the perfect ticket.  With Ron Paul you gain the younger vote, the Texas south vote, and you also get a large percentage from the left.  The only demographic you hurt is women who don't like Ron Paul.

RP still attracts massive crowds, and if Paul gave a 10 minute warm-up and Romney at 20 minute crusher, poor ole Obama will be back in Hawaii  in no time.  Maybe the GOP, can sign off on it if RP agree to keep defense spending adjusted for inflation when he was in the service.

How on Earth could Ron Paul be on a ticket with Romney ?  He'd need to abandon everything he stands for.

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April 29, 2012, 01:08:01 PM
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If you actually listen and understand what Romney says you will see he follows Paul almost 100% on economic issues,  except for ending the fed and supporting the bank bailouts.  On social issues they are similar, federal government should not be involved.  They are both from the working sector.  They both have character.  Both understand that people work at corporations and stockholders are people.  They understand the importance of the choice in the private sector as oppose to planners in the public sector.   Both oppose unions,  that they prevent people from getting jobs there.  Both support a strong defense at home.  

I support both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.
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April 30, 2012, 01:45:25 AM
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If you actually listen and understand what Romney says you will see he follows Paul almost 100% on economic issues,  except for ending the fed and supporting the bank bailouts.  On social issues they are similar, federal government should not be involved.  They are both from the working sector.  They both have character.  Both understand that people work at corporations and stockholders are people.  They understand the importance of the choice in the private sector as oppose to planners in the public sector.   Both oppose unions,  that they prevent people from getting jobs there.  Both support a strong defense at home.  

I support both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.

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April 30, 2012, 04:51:33 AM
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If you actually listen and understand what Romney says you will see he follows Paul almost 100% on economic issues,  except for ending the fed and supporting the bank bailouts.  On social issues they are similar, federal government should not be involved.  They are both from the working sector.  They both have character.  Both understand that people work at corporations and stockholders are people.  They understand the importance of the choice in the private sector as oppose to planners in the public sector.   Both oppose unions,  that they prevent people from getting jobs there.  Both support a strong defense at home.  

I support both Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.

I think you missed the point... where did you learn about ron paul?
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April 30, 2012, 05:29:33 AM
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Other then military action, what does the president have immediate executive power over? I mean, I see presidents promise all sorts of shit that they can't even hold since they don't have control over it.

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April 30, 2012, 05:32:55 AM
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Other then military action, what does the president have immediate executive power over? I mean, I see presidents promise all sorts of shit that they can't even hold since they don't have control over it.

And wouldn't military action be one of the most important differences between these two men?

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April 30, 2012, 05:37:58 AM
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Other then military action, what does the president have immediate executive power over? I mean, I see presidents promise all sorts of shit that they can't even hold since they don't have control over it.

And wouldn't military action be one of the most important differences between these two men?
I don't know much about Romney's stance on it to be honest. I want a president that isn't going to pussy out when we are threatened (Iran, NKorea). Nukes, mother fucking ninjas, whatever it takes to get the job done. Show them we don't fuck around.

'Merica, fuck yeah!

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April 30, 2012, 05:47:49 AM
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Other then military action, what does the president have immediate executive power over? I mean, I see presidents promise all sorts of shit that they can't even hold since they don't have control over it.

And wouldn't military action be one of the most important differences between these two men?
I don't know much about Romney's stance on it to be honest. I want a president that isn't going to pussy out when we are threatened (Iran, NKorea). Nukes, mother fucking ninjas, whatever it takes to get the job done. Show them we don't fuck around.

'Merica, fuck yeah!

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April 30, 2012, 05:50:24 AM
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I don't know much about Romney's stance on it to be honest. I want a president that isn't going to pussy out when we are threatened (Iran, NKorea). Nukes, mother fucking ninjas, whatever it takes to get the job done. Show them we don't fuck around.

'Merica, fuck yeah!




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April 30, 2012, 05:50:47 AM
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Other then military action, what does the president have immediate executive power over? I mean, I see presidents promise all sorts of shit that they can't even hold since they don't have control over it.

And wouldn't military action be one of the most important differences between these two men?
I don't know much about Romney's stance on it to be honest. I want a president that isn't going to pussy out when we are threatened (Iran, NKorea). Nukes, mother fucking ninjas, whatever it takes to get the job done. Show them we don't fuck around.

'Merica, fuck yeah!

Never vote for someone who hasn't killed another man then.
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May 02, 2012, 06:01:31 PM
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The Republican party will never do anything to legitimize Ron Paul.  Sorry Sad

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May 02, 2012, 09:10:23 PM
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The Republican party will never do anything to legitimize Ron Paul.  Sorry Sad

The current crop? No. The new crop, who knows:

http://www.politico.com/blogs/charlie-mahtesian/2012/04/ron-pauls-alaska-payback-121953.html

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/post/ron-pauls-stealth-state-convention-takeover/2012/05/02/gIQAjJVPwT_blog.html

http://www.opposingviews.com/i/politics/2012-election/ron-pauls-quiet-takeover-republican-party

Don't worry, I'm sure power will corrupt all of these people. But it's still interesting.

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May 05, 2012, 09:26:55 AM
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Are we really so sure Romney is the nominee. Here's is an interesting "reality check" -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyyz2VdjSz0&feature=youtu.be

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May 05, 2012, 03:55:21 PM
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Are we really so sure Romney is the nominee. Here's is an interesting "reality check" -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyyz2VdjSz0&feature=youtu.be

I use to say that until last week.  I will give you until Texas.  But, if he does not win that, is not it over?
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May 05, 2012, 08:39:55 PM
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Are we really so sure Romney is the nominee. Here's is an interesting "reality check" -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyyz2VdjSz0&feature=youtu.be
Well that gives me more hope for Ron Paul.

I just saw him speak on UC Davis campus.  Of course, since I already know how Ron Paul stands on his issues, I didn't learn anything new.  Not like being at a Romney rally Wink

I wish the US used Single Transferable Vote.  Then people wouldn't feel like they are "throwing away" their vote by voting third party.

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May 06, 2012, 11:22:58 PM
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With Ron Paul you gain the younger vote

I won't vote for a Romney/Paul ticket, I'm pretty sure most of the RP supporters won't either.

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May 08, 2012, 08:35:16 AM
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With Ron Paul you gain the younger vote

I won't vote for a Romney/Paul ticket, I'm pretty sure most of the RP supporters won't either.

If you have the choice between Obama-Biden and Romney-Paul.  Most people that like Paul would pick Romney.   If you vote third party you are wasting your vote.
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