October 17, 2008
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2 Hedge Fund managers quit in the last week? http://www.cnbc.com/id/27239479 Just more news information.
I'm glad to see I won't be missing out on my daily Ron Paul like I feared
Another excellent Ron Paul video.
I might actually write in Ron Paul.
"You can't create 5 trillion dollars out of thin air and not expect inflation."
Obama is by far the better candidate than McCain, I think Paul is a bit off on his assessment of McCain, but I cannot think of a better man to be US President than Ron Paul right now.
All of the runners for the republican party this year had no ties to real republican principles, they might as well have been democrats or bush, no difference.
These two parties are so alike in the real, hard hitting issues that it's sick. No realistic choice is offered because we dont have a borda count voting system (assign points to 1st choice, 2nd choice vote). Therefore control is only needed over two parties.
You think the democrats are so different? Then why, when the American people were so upset with the Bush administration & GOP in 2006 did nothing change after democrats across the board accross the country were voted into Congress? Over 2 years ago.
The World's Central Banks run the political environment.
They own the republicans, the democrats. They run our political landscape no matter if its democratic, socialistic, or communist - they control it.
This is why both parties spend like crack-whores.
The only democrat or republican I've seen who's for cutting national spending and putting the central bank down is Ron Paul.
America used to be about setting the example for the rest of the world freedom & living the American dream by getting rich off hard work or simple, good ideas. That is why for the first two centuries, the world's most educated people would nearly sacrifice their lives to be in our lands and contribute to our nation & themselves. Now, the opportunities are elsewhere in the world that offer more free markets. We can easily get back to the shining good example of what we used to be, but not with the current slate of repubocrats.