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I'm voting Ron Paul, even if I have to write him in. You're getting the same thing whether you vote Obama, Romney or anyone else. Only Ron Paul will not follow the elitist agendas as Obama, Bush and the past 40+ years of presidents.
I hate to break it to you, but it doesn't matter who you vote for as far as ending income tax, the federal reserve, and cleaning up someone else's war. The President doesn't unilaterally make all those decisions.
Once again I ask myself, "What makes Ron Paul's people think he alone can do only what he and his people want?" The system just doesn't work like that. Then we see everyone going around blaming each president for not achieving his agenda perfectly. Duh. And since when did Ron Paul not become one of the elitists? He hasn't exactly spelled it out for me what he's going to do about the health care mess for the masses, for the decimation of the middle class, and for the revision of the basic tax code. Nobody ever wants to talk about the health care mess. They just go on christian radio and say we have a perrrrrfect system, and they don't want to be a part of caring for anyone else like Jesus did.
Ron Paul is not buy-able by lobbyists, corporations or corrupt congressman. He always votes consistently on principle. Even if you don't agree with all of Ron Paul's views (I don't agree with him on abortion for example), at least I know what and who I am voting into office. Obama has engaged in as much double speak and continuation of unjust wars as Bush did. His latest signing into law of the NDAA just proves he is on the side of corrupt corporations and not individual citizens and liberties. If you want to know who is incorruptible, just look at who the media despises and smears most: Ron Paul. No other candidate is as despised by the media elitists who think they own the electorate process by choosing who they focus on in positive light most.
I'm for Ron Paul also and agree with ingle and Micah.
I hate to say it but I think if Ron Paul were to get elected and actually try to carry out his plan as outlined on his website he would have some type of fatal 'accident' or be assassinated.
Every day, I clean the guns.
As a man I like Ron Paul, and think he could position himself in some areas as a centrist, which is the only position that ever gets anything done in Congress. I just don't think he represents the poverty stricken, those who cannot have access to health care, and wind up very ill and dying young because of it. He's too steeped in the medical community and it's traditions to allow himself to feel for those people, and to do something about it. It seems that those here with good health have little compassion for those with horrendous health and means to do something about it. If you are a family of 4, and make no more than $22,000 per year, you might qualify for some of Medicare's programs. A single parent living on or below the poverty line can qualify for Medicare for his/her children, and this is the very issue that keeps so many people from marrying, because they know if they do, they won't qualify, yet they'll still be poor enough to be in rampant debt. There is something terribly wrong with a system that rewards lobbyists and billion dollar corporations who do not have to pay taxes, yet, in some states, creates grocery taxes, the very thing that hurts the poor the most.
The point for cleaning the guns every day? I remember a time when I came close to moving to Alaska with my two small children. I am college educated as a nurse, and was able to provide for them, and had visited a tiny community with my husband to be, now of 22 years. Everyone was so "spooked" by the government and everyone around them they treated me like shit, because I was a city girl who didn't share their political views. I was more scared of them than I've ever been of an American enemy.
Ron Paul isn't going to get assassinated. He's not going to get elected. And consider, I doubt the FBI, CIA, MOB, and CUBA hate him with a vengeance like they did the Kennedys, and, one helpful thing he's got going for him is he's white. While it seems a lot of people share his views, and they should because he's stepped outside the box, he's just not going to be killed for it. Others have suggested the same things in the past. And, he's a doctor, which means he's not going out on a ledge for health care reform. The thing that amazes me and my dad is no one's managed to kill our black president. Think about it. How many out there are simply seething at the notion of a black president. I visited a conservative blog site once, one time too many, and I couldn't believe the way these people were putting themselves out there by talking about killing the "N" we've got for president.
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