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Ron Paul Ad - US National Debt

A funny Ron Paul commercial that pokes fun at President Bush for contributing to the Nine trillion Dollar US National debt, or at least not doing anything to reduce it.


Remember "Masters of the Universe"? Well, check this out, made from a recent debate seen on Fox.


George Bush, seen here playing kissy face with his Arab buddy, expresses gratitude for the event which elevated his status from a village idiot to a loser President.

Image Source:http://prisonplanet.com/articles/januar … 08pers.htm



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Ron Paul getting a fair interview on a local FOX channel, basically sums up his whole shtick.


168 (edited by LightningEye 2008-01-20 19:14:41)

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Thank you very much, Millsley. That was quite interesting. Is that really an LA news broadcast? Can't be! After Paul had to go, those people were actually having an intelligent conversation! And who wears that stuff to a newscast? Wow everything must be so different in LA. Nice!

And Magickman, YouTube already pulled both of those videos, in 48 hours noless. Wow.

Hey but the president can order anything he wants removed from YouTube can't he? Couldn't he? Oh the small-minded companies that sway to oppression, slimy is your fate....

After watching the YouTube debates, I thought Ron Paul was the most gutsy. Everyone else is so puppety it's stupid. They could try a little harder to sound like independent thinkers capable of thought. Guiliani was smart I suppose, but we all know they're just pawns.

I recently had a discussion with someone that acknowledged that the presidents don't have much power, but that it was important to choose a president that will "appoint good judges!"  I don't know. If they're pawns, then they're being told who to appoint, as well.

But this all flows into something I've been thinking about a lot lately. When do we actually pack up and leave America? (if we do) At what point? Will we ever reach that point? And where the heck do we go? Netherlands is pretty badass as far as laws go...

I mean, those of you who know the story already know where the Cassiopaean channeling people went. They already bailed. Should we bail from this country? If not now, when? Ever?

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Yes I believe that Faux might be breaking at the seams with local people really wanting to talk to him.  The Paul campaign is calling boondogglery on the Louisiana primary - the GOP did not abide by the rules - wouldn't buy an updated ballot list after Nov 1st when the party registration deadline was Nov 31st for all the Paul delegates.  Ridiculous.  Paul got 2nd but should have gotten 1st.  Nearly 600 votes became provisional when 15 of his delegates were as low as 30 from a spot.

http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalradar … es-bo.html

This comment has my thoughts exactly,

As a people I believe Americans are slow to anger. This to our credit, however there is a time for everything. Now is a time for revolution! Ron Paul is an admirable individual but my vote it not for him; it is for the principals he chooses to represent. Now is the time for revolution simply because we may never get a second chance. We may never see another individual willing champion the ideals we hold as Americans. It's time to go for broke. Each of us on an individual level must muster the courage to cast off the nets of complacency and powerlessness that have settled like a fog upon our country and our hearts. I served our country in the military at GREAT personal cost and with a genuine conviction and desire to keep and preserve freedom and the ideals laid forth in our constitution. If we do not RISE and MOBILIZE against the tyranny that is talking place, at the hands of our very own government (albeit HIJACKED), my personal sacrifice, as well as that of the many thousands before me...was for nothing. Our remaining liberties are in mortal danger. Though this movement may continue without Dr.Paul we will likely never get a second chance to rally for a common cause under a united front. This is the moment history has given us. Make no mistake, it will fade like the morning mist if Americans do not wake up to the monumental significance of the times we live in and muster the fortitude and conviction needed to fight the good fight. Live free...or die...or worse

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I hate to say it, but if Ron Paul wins, it won't make any real difference at this point. The only question concerns the rapidity that the hidden establishment will be allowed to move, as it really has no choice but to move, since plans for shutting down the whole American political system have been in place for some time now. I would say that their wet dream would come in the form of ANY republican winning, since then it would be much easier for them to exert themselves on existing lines of control, but lacking that, it isn't like they haven't already made (and solidified) their moves on the democratic side either. The only difference at this point is timing - how much is left, and what sort of options will be available for what window type framework.

The truth is that it really doesn't matter who wins, because the whole process has been utterly corrupted for far too long. Big money represents absolute corruption, but at least previous generations had at least a semi-sensible outlook and an awareness of principles. All of that is now gone, and the evidence I submit is this current administration. In any other time period in the history of this country, the administration of George Bush would have been impeached years ago because even people who are "on his side" would have recognized the impossibility of their position and dropped out in order to salvage the system itself.

No longer.

It is now quite easy to see that the same group of people control BOTH political parties, and they have no regard for the process anymore, because everyone who would have once stood on principle has been bought off. This is why we're still in Iraq, and it's also why impeachment is "off the table," and the many crimes that would have sunk anyone else have been ignored. The hidden establishment controls the flow of cash needed to sustain individual candidates, who are told very clearly "don't rock the boat" or their funding gets cut and the other members (all of their contemporaries) will cease to work with them, and all of the dirty secrets that all of them have (in order to get into power in the first place) will be revealed, leading to scandal and public humiliation.

The only solution is for wholesale change, but even this is impossible at this point, since it would require a degree of sophistication and awareness of principles and consequences, and it is clear that this society is no longer sufficiently educated enough to understand WHY. Even revolution is pointless, since it will only result in switching one set of controllers for another, who will be just as bad, if not worse. All of this was intentional, the process of putting this society to sleep has been so pervasive and complete that anyone who even tries to illustrate these facts is labeled as insane or worse.

It's definitely time for a split. For some, it has already happened, and all that they're doing is waiting for everyone else to realize it and wake up. Alas, there are many who never will, or can't until it's too late, but I've accepted that this is just an unfortunate fact that I'm not responsible for. Never was.



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Check out this beautifully painted Ron Paul house!


I am as is Void.

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http://www.infowars.net/articles/januar … ccines.htm

Ron Paul Speaks Out Against Dangerous Vaccines
Nationwide Revolt continues to grow as Presidential candidate denounces FDA and forced immunization

Steve Watson
Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
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Presidential candidate Ron Paul has spoken out against forced vaccination and the federal government's eagerness to dictate what Americans may and may not put into their bodies.

The Congressman, a fully qualified obstetrics and gynecology doctor, made his position plain in an interview with the Huffington Post's election reporter James Freedman:

    "I don't think anything should be forced on us by the government, [and] immunization is one thing that we're pressured and forced into," he said.

    "A responsible parent is going to say, 'Yeah, I want my child to have that,' [but] when the government makes a mistake, they make it for everybody. You know, that's what worries me. They don't always come up with the perfect answer sometimes... and people have had some very, very serious reactions from these immunizations."

Besides certain laws that apply only to government medical specialists - there is no law that enforces the mandatory use of any vaccine in the United States. Enforced medical treatment is an assault and a violation of the 14th amendment, the reason Ron Paul, a strict Constitutionalist, is so directly against it.

However, some in Washington seem determined to ignore the Constitution and to make some vaccinations (usually the most profitable ones) mandatory.

There has recently been a spate of cases where officials, with the assistance of directed media propaganda, have attempted to cajole parents into believing that laws require vaccination.

Last February one such media hoax fooled parents in Texas and other areas of the country into believing that the HPV vaccine, which experts have slammed as untested and has continued to be linked to dangerous side-effects, is now required by law and that young girls must take it. Merck Pharmaceuticals hit the headlines after it was revealed that the company was set to capitalize on this fraud by making obscene profits from a crony deal with Governor Rick Perry, while children were put at risk.

Last November we reported on a case in Prince George's County, Maryland, where parents of more than 1600 children were told they could be put in jail for failing to get their kids vaccinated. At the time a local Fox News affiliate reported, "A new law was passed last year requiring children from 5th through to 10th grade to have the vaccine," which was a total lie. A state prosecutor involved in the case then admitted that there is no law that mandates any vaccine.

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In addition there is a plethora of examples where vaccines containing mercury, live HIV virus, live cancer and other horrors have wrought misery after victims were bullied into taking them by government mandates that they were deluded into thinking was the law.

Concerned parents across the U.S. are leading a nationwide revolt against unnecessary, untested and dangerous vaccines as CDC records show a growing amount of religious exemptions on vaccine forms. Adults too are turning away from personal vaccination.

Ron Paul also spoke of the dangerous precedent being set in allowing the FDA strict controls over the health of Americans and how such a scenario is a dream come true for the big pharmaceutical corporations the FDA shares a bed with:

    "If we accept this notion that the federal government is going to dictate what we can put into our bodies, then it leads to the next step: that the government is going to regulate everything that is supposedly good for us. That's where they are. They have an FDA that won't allow somebody who's dying to use an experimental drug which might speed up the process of finding out which drugs are good and which drugs are bad and the federal government comes in and dictates that they want complete control over vitamins and nutritional products and I just think the whole principal of government telling us what we can take in or not take in is just a dangerous position to take... it's related to the drug industry because they'd like to control all of this."

Paul is right to point out that the relationship that now exists between the FDA and big pharma is tantamount to a business partnership.

The FDA now effectively protects and nurtures the monopoly of big pharma in the name of regulating its activities.

It is well known that the giant pharmaceuticals routinely fix and mark up prices of prescription drugs as much as 500,000% over the cost of the raw ingredients, and they engage in monopolistic, mob-like behaviors to block competing, lower cost drugs from other countries.

All of this is effectively sanctioned by the FDA.

Presidential candidates such as Hillary Clinton and John Edwards advocate a continuation of this monopolistic status quo via their visions for a FDA state-managed socialized health care system where every citizen in the U.S. would have to enroll for regular check ups, including mandatory mental screenings, a practice Ron Paul also speaks out against:

    "The other thing they're doing right now is the government's doing this mental health testing of everybody in school and they're putting a lot of pressure, in a way forcing kids to be put on psychotropic drugs, which I think are very, very dangerous. So anything medical that is forced on us I think is bad."

The Congressman is the only candidate who has envisioned a health care system without strict federal regulation and without the resulting big pharma monopoly. As consumer health advocate Mike Adams at newstarget has pointed out:

    Ron Paul is the only candidate who believes in health freedom. All the other candidates would support the status quo in health care today: Big Pharma dominance, FDA censorship, monopoly prices in medicine and the assault and imprisonment of individuals who dare to tell the truth about the healing properties of the superfoods and nutritional supplements they sell. The other candidates may talk about "reforms," but all they're really talking about is a shell game of shifting who pays for all disease in this country.

    Only Ron Paul believes in genuine health freedom. He's the creator of the Health Freedom Protection Act, a bill that would reestablish Free Speech provisions for makers of superfoods, herbs, nutritional supplements and other natural remedies. Under the HFPA, those individuals would be able to state scientifically-validated facts about the health benefits of their products right on the bottle! Today, the FDA doesn't allow that. All truthful statements about nutritional supplements are presently censored! (It's a way to protect Big Pharma and keep the American people ignorant about how plant-based medicines can prevent and even cure degenerative disease.)

The establishment candidates are promoting a huge monopolistic and federalized profit machine when it comes to health care in America, while once again Ron Paul is truly speaking to the needs and desires of the people in accordance with Constitutional law.

Its not like we are fractions of the whole but rather versions of the whole.

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" The eyes and ears of the world are aimed at the nominating primaries in the United States, and it is a grand circus that these are providing.  Although Hillary Clinton is the Illuminati’s choice as the next US president—with good reason, as she is one of the most influential in that global group—they also have their reasons for rigging the voting process so that various candidates in each party come out on top in one state or another.  As long as these “leading” ones remain hopeful of getting their party’s nomination, they will stick to Illuminati-approved topics and avoid critical issues. This keeps the real state of the union under wraps in their speeches along with keeping voters uncertain about whom to believe, whom to trust with presidential power in what is relentlessly publicized as an Al Queda-terrorized world.  And how much more obvious can it be that the only candidates who are not under the thumb of the Illuminati are all but excluded from media attention?  Take heart in knowing that not only will the light disclose the truth about the candidates prior to the November election, but efforts are underway to have an accurate vote count then.  Parallel to the Illuminati’s nefarious efforts to put still another of their own in the White House, in a collaborative effort between Earth humankind and benevolent extraterrestrial family, there is a strong movement afoot to derail that dark plan.  Eventually all leaders of all nations will be honest, wise and capable souls."

http://www.matthewbooks.com/mm/anmviewe … 84&z=2


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People have mortgaged their homes in order to advance RP's campaign. Proving once again one can be STO, and completely stupid at the same time.
I see probably a dozen pieces DAILY about how the msm is holding him down.

I ask aquaintances "have you heard of Ron Paul?"

"The name sounds sorta familiar"

Yeah, come October, I wouldn't be surprised to see Billary as the only candidate left.

All she has to do is 'VinceFoster' the competition if they don't drop out on their own.


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ape-x wrote:

People have mortgaged their homes in order to advance RP's campaign. Proving once again one can be STO, and completely stupid at the same time.
I see probably a dozen pieces DAILY about how the msm is holding him down.

I ask aquaintances "have you heard of Ron Paul?"

"The name sounds sorta familiar"

Yeah, come October, I wouldn't be surprised to see Billary as the only candidate left.

All she has to do is 'VinceFoster' the competition if they don't drop out on their own.


I like Ron Paul, but that doesn't mean I will vote at all. Unfortunately many people still believe their vote makes a difference and it's all done fairly. The script has been written long ago and everyone will play their parts perfectly as always. In any case I think Ron Paul is at least causing a lot of people to question the system. But like you said, don't mortgage your house.

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covertmetaphor wrote:

I like Ron Paul, but that doesn't mean I will vote at all. Unfortunately many people still believe their vote makes a difference and it's all done fairly. The script has been written long ago and everyone will play their parts perfectly as always. In any case I think Ron Paul is at least causing a lot of people to question the system. But like you said, don't mortgage your house.

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I think it's important to be relaxed about it. That's why the Plaidians called them "lizzies", to make it lighter.

Thanks to Magickman for this:

For anyone who hasn't seen this, it's a hoot:

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Ron Paul's New Book coming out in April

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid … ;plindex=8

Like some of his financing campaigns, they are organizing a book bomb to attempt to make it Number 1 on New York Times Best Sellers List


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LightningEye wrote:

I mean, those of you who know the story already know where the Cassiopaean channeling people went.

Unfortunately I have not followed the story. Where did they go?