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Ron Paul on Russia and Georgia in 2002; Ron Paul is Crazy with Stephen Colbert



August 19, 2008 – Comments (9) | RELATED TICKERS: UDN

Ron Paul on Russia and Georgia in 2002


Ron Paul is Crazy with Stephen Colbert


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#1) On August 19, 2008 at 11:52 AM, abitare (30.01) wrote:

Of course Faux News Banned Video:


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#2) On August 19, 2008 at 4:20 PM, eldemonio (98.02) wrote:

It is sad that many write him off as crazy.  It is sad that the only way we can vote for the best candidate is to write his name in - Ron Paul.

 I've said it before, and I'll say it once again - I am tired of feeling like my vote is a choice between getting kicked in the balls, or punched in the face.  I am tired of choosing between the lesser of two D Bags. 

I have to believe that Ron Paul wouldn't run as a republican if he weren't trapped by our 2 party, corrupt system.  Unfortunate that he's been labeled as the crazy guy, with the crazy ideas. 

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#3) On August 19, 2008 at 7:36 PM, jahbu (77.82) wrote:

The wife and I have our 2 tickets for the Rally for the Republic!  heck I havent been this excited to go to a show since the Grateful Dead.

I dont give a damn what anyone says negative of Ron Paul.  He is one of the few brave ones telling the truth.  And I am pretty sure he knows the risks involved in that, but he is pushing on.  Thats the kinda leader I want guiding a country.

See you in Minnesota.


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#4) On August 19, 2008 at 10:55 PM, abitare (30.01) wrote:


I will be writing in Ron Paul also. I fear Obama and McCain.


That is great. I wish I could go. Give us a write up after if you can.



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#5) On August 19, 2008 at 11:06 PM, abitare (30.01) wrote:

"John McCain graduated 894th in a class of 899 at the Naval Academy at Annapolis. His father and grandfather were four star admirals in the Navy. Some have suggested that might have played a role in McCain being admitted. His academic record was awful. And it shows over and over again whenever McCain is called upon to think on his feet.

He no longer allows reporters unfettered access to him aboard the "Straight Talk Express" for a reason. He simply makes too many mistakes. Unless he's reciting talking points or reading from notes or a TelePrompTer, John McCain is lost. He can drop bon mots at a bowling alley or diner -- short glib responses that get a chuckle, but beyond that McCain gets in over his head very quickly.

I am sick and tired of the president of the United States embarrassing me. The world we live in is too complex to entrust it to someone else whose idea of intellectual curiosity and grasp of foreign policy issues is to tell us he can look into Vladimir Putin's eyes and see into his soul.

George Bush's record as a student, military man, businessman and leader of the free world is one of constant failure. And the part that troubles me most is he seems content with himself.

He will leave office with the country $10 trillion in debt, fighting two wars, our international reputation in shambles, our government cloaked in secrecy and suspicion that his entire presidency has been a litany of broken laws and promises, our citizens' faith in our own country ripped to shreds. Yet Bush goes bumbling along, grinning and spewing moronic one-liners, as though nobody understands what a colossal failure he has been.

I fear to the depth of my being that John McCain is just like him." 

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#6) On August 20, 2008 at 1:54 AM, jahbu (77.82) wrote:


 There is an evil spell over our great nation.  These are the kinda strange/evil/propaganda email forward things that I get.  How can people believe this stuff?  Seems to me, someone is putting out this stuff and brainwashing folks.  


FW: 'You ain't gonna like losing.'

This was sent to me and I thought I'd pass it on to you....


I know everyone has a different opinion on the war and our current President. But, this article makes a lot of sense, and I hope you will take 2 minutes and read it and give it some thought. I have never seen the 'situation' expressed any better in words! Recently I was talking to a friend about the upcoming election and the candidates. As we ended our discussion he said 'the only decision you have to make is who you want sitting in that seat in the White House when - not if - WHEN WE GET HIT AGAIN AND MILLIONS OF AMERICANS LIVES ARE PUT AT RISK! 

This is from : 'You ain't gonna like losing.' Author unknown.


President Bush did make a bad mistake in the war on terrorism. But the mistake was not his decision to go to war in Iraq . Bush's mistake came in his belief that this country is the same one his father fought for in WWII. It is not. 

Back then, they had just come out of a vicious depression. The country was steeled by the hardship of that depression, but they still believed fervently in this country. They knew that the people had elected their leaders, so it was the people's duty to back those leaders.  Therefore, when the war broke out the people came together, rallied behind, and stuck with their leaders, whether they had voted for them or not or whether the war was going badly or not.


And war was just as distasteful and the anguish just as great then as it is today. Often there were more casualties in one day in WWII than we have had in the entire Iraq war. But that did not matter. The people stuck with the President because it was their patriotic duty. Americans put aside their differences in WWII and worked together to win that war. Everyone from every strata of society, from young to old pitched in. Small children pulled little wagons around to gather scrap metal for the war effort. Grade school students saved their pennies to buy stamps for war bonds to help the effort. 


Men who were too old or medically 4F lied about their age or condition trying their best to join the military. Women doubled their work to keep things going at home. Harsh rationing of everything from gasoline to soap, to butter was imposed, yet there was very little complaining. 


You never heard prominent people on the radio belittling the President. Interestingly enough in those days there were no fat cat actors and entertainers who ran off to visit and fawn over dictators of hostile countries and complain to them about our President. Instead, they made upbeat films and entertained our troops to help the troops' morale. And a bunch even enlisted. 


And imagine this: Teachers in schools actually started the day off with a Pledge of Allegiance, and with prayers for our country and our troops! 

Back then, no newspaper would have dared point out certain weak spots in our cities where bombs could be set off to cause the maximum damage. No newspaper would have dared complain about what we were doing to catch spies.  A newspaper would have been laughed out of existence if it had complained that German or Japanese soldiers were being 'tortured' by being forced to wear women's underwear, or subjected to interrogation by a woman, or being scared by a dog or did not have air conditioning. 


There were a lot of things different back then. We were not subjected to a constant bombardment of pornography, perversion and promiscuity in movies or on radio. We did not have legions of crack heads, dope pushers and armed gangs roaming our streets.

No, President Bush did not make a mistake in his handling of terrorism. He made the mistake of believing that we still had the courage and fortitude of our fathers. He believed that this was still the country that our fathers fought so dearly to preserve. 
It is not the same country. It is now a cross between Sodom and Gomorra and the land of Oz. We did unite for a short while after 9/11, but our attitude changed when we found out that defending our country would require some sacrifices. 


We are in great danger. The terrorists are fanatic Muslims. They believe that it is okay, even their duty, to kill anyone who will not convert to Islam. It has been estimated that about one third or over three hundred million Muslims are sympathetic to the terrorists cause... Hitler and Tojo combined did not have nearly that many potential recruits. So... We either win it - or lose it - and you ain't gonna like losing.


America is not at war. The military is at war. America is at the mall.

Those of us who are old enough remember in the 30's and 40's what oratory and rhetoric we heard on the radio when we listened to things like the Fireside Chats.and the Iron Curtain speech.  Compare that to what we hear today.  Maybe that is one reason why America is at the mall.

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#7) On August 20, 2008 at 2:05 AM, jahbu (77.82) wrote:

My response :)


BULLSHIT, this article is so full of lies, distortions, and propaganda that I do not know where to begin.  This is not World War II, we were attacked by Japan, we WERE NOT ATTACKED BY IRAQ.  With preemptive war to Iraq we have rejected the JUST WAR THEORY of Christianity.


First of all, this is an UNDECLARED WAR thus unconstitutional.  The President of the United States does not have the power to go to war.  The Congress must declare war. It is in the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!  They did not declare war and then allowed George Bush the Dictator do whatever the hell he wanted. 


We are under attack, and it damn sure isnt the taliban.  That is all a bunch of BS lies that has been pounded into our mind by propoganda.  These WARS make the Globalist ELITE filthy rich.  They play both sides just like a bookie does.  They care not who wins a war or how long it last.  They make money either way.


If our leaders were so worried about terrorism, why didnt we find Osama Bin Laden?  Because he is more profitable alive.   If our leaders were so worried about Terrorism why didnt they secure the boarder with Mexico?  Our community added 5 foot of sandbags across the SNY levee in 3 days.  But yet we couldnt secure our Mexican border in 7 years?  BULLSHIT.  They dont give a shit about securing the boarder.  They want a North American Union.   Terrorism is the boogeyman that allows them to steal our libertys and rights and CONTROL us.  Save us from the BOOGEYMAN! Spy on us, listen to our phone calls, take our guns, take away our right to Habeus Corpus,  fingerprint us, track us!!  Just dont let the terrorist get us!  GIVE ME A FREAKIN BREAK!  MORE BULLSHIT.


By the way Osama Bin Laden is DEAD(but they will not tell you that, because then they wouldnt have a boogeyman to scare us with).  Here is proof, Remember this lady? Benazir Bhutto she was assasinated shortly after this interview.  Skip to 2:15


WE HAVE A BIG FAT PURPLE ELEPHANT SITTING RIGHT IN FRONT OF US, but nobody will admit that it is there.  So here I will say it, think what you will but when the truth is revealed, dont act like you are in shock that good ol Rancher Cowboy Bushy Wushy the good christian man (every 4 year for election) is actually a bullshit artist that uses Simple Phrases over and over again hoping people believe him. 


We are being lied to about what really happened on 9/11.  These assholes are trying to cover it up just like the JFK assasination.  Our government has become corrupt, almost ALL of them, just look at the recent bailouts of corrupt bankers with OUR money (BTW the bankers involved made MANY campaign contributions to both democrats and republicans!) 


Sorry to be blunt but, Bush is a puppet for the whackos that want to control the world.  Bush is a liar and a war criminal who has transferred our wealth to his puppet masters.  If there is another attack on our great country, please shake off the propaganda and follow the money.  McCain and Obama are just puppets as well, follow the strings.


And if you want a damn war with Iran, YOU go fight it.  I will spend my time defending my Country from MADMEN that want to control the World and turn us into cattle.  The sick assholes want to reduce the world population by 80%.  They think they are GODS and want to thin the herd.   Its all a big game to them, they have plenty of money, they just lust for power and control.  


Rally behind the president!  Are you freakin kidding me? We all did(including the WORLD)  until he stopped pursuing Osama Bin Laden and bolted to the OIL FIELDS OF IRAQ.   He has bankrupt our country in less than 8 years!  He lied about Weapons of Mass Destruction, Suddam Hussein had NOTHING TO do with 9/11 and it is hard for me to Morally agree with killing 500,000 Iraqis and displacing millions more in the name of Democracy.  BTW will you please tell KING George that we are a REPUBLIC not a democracy. 


 This is the SAME bullshit they used in Vietnam.  If we leave it will DOMINO out of control and the communist will take over!  

As we ended our discussion he said 'the only decision you have to make is who you want sitting in that seat in the White House when - not if - WHEN WE GET HIT AGAIN AND MILLIONS OF AMERICANS LIVES ARE PUT AT RISK! 


RON PAUL, because he will throw all these liars, war profiteers, crooked bankers, and secret society NUTS who want to destroy our Constitution and our National Sovereignty in JAIL where they belong. 


If you really want to be safe and free, buy a gun and tell your Congressman to stop meddling in the Middle East.   That simple enough?


Please send my response back the email chain.  I have THOUSANDS of articles of PROOF to rebuttal any Propoganda they spout.  If they have the right to spread Fear and Lies, I have the right to spread LOVE and TRUTH.


I FEAR NO EVIL, and will not buy the BULLSHIT any longer. 7 years is enough...


I will pray for our President, but I will not follow him down the rabbit hole.


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#8) On August 26, 2008 at 2:44 AM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

Do you think he will leave? Time will tell. What would happen if Fl. got hit by a terror plan? Or will he declare martial law if the banks fail? Time will tell.

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#9) On August 28, 2008 at 12:17 AM, russiangambit (28.92) wrote:

jahbu, you tell them -)). I live in Houston and I learned to keep my mouth shut . I can't believe the stuff people believe over here. Of course, they are voting for McCain because Obama is "muslim"and hates whites. 

Actually, Ron Paul is from Texas also. But I don't see a lot of people here who support him. I admire Ron Paul, he is smart and he is honest. Unfortunately, in this country we prefer politically corectness over honesty.

I used to like McCain 8 yeas ago. But I lost all respect for him when he endorsed Bush after he lost. It turns out I was corect. Now that he is nominee, he is  100% different from the maverick he used to be.

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