Everything Ron Paul Thinks Is Unconstitutional

Ron Paul lays it out…

118 Comments on "Everything Ron Paul Thinks Is Unconstitutional"

  1. Hes RIGHT! !!!

  2. Hes RIGHT! !!!

    • ToLegit_ToLegit2Claim | Dec 30, 2011 at 9:45 am |

      But he is saying things that are not commonly accepted by well-off folk.  How could anyone possibly be considered sane if they don’t base their worldview on mass media?

      • Joe Jones | Dec 30, 2011 at 10:43 am |

        I think the main issue here is that they just aren’t forbidden constitutionally

  3. ToLegit_ToLegit2Claim | Dec 30, 2011 at 1:45 pm |

    But he is saying things that are not commonly accepted by well-off folk.  How could anyone possibly be considered sane if they don’t base their worldview on mass media?

  4. I going to make a quick video of random 7 word strings of conversation I’ve said throughout the decades and assume you will understand me completely at the end of the 10 strings, and expect popularity, as well as a spot on disinfo.com for my new found re-misunderstoodingnessedness.

  5. I going to make a quick video of random 7 word strings of conversation I’ve said throughout the decades and assume you will understand me completely at the end of the 10 strings, and expect popularity, as well as a spot on disinfo.com for my new found re-misunderstoodingnessedness.

  6. I think the main issue here, is that they just aren’t forbidden constitutionally

  7. Anonymous | Dec 30, 2011 at 4:52 pm |

    Ron’s assertions about unconstitutionality would be perfectly valid if the United States actually still existed….

  8. GoodDoktorBad | Dec 30, 2011 at 12:52 pm |

    Ron’s assertions about unconstitutionality would be perfectly valid if the United States actually still existed….

  9. I wonder how many who champion the Constitution really understand the nature of the document,  or the peoples initial first gut reaction to it?  The Constitution is an elite document meant to preserve the “rights and function” of a moneyed elite.  That is the reason why it was rejected by the people,  and that is why the addendum of the Bill Of Rights was rejected out of hand by the authors of the Constitution when it was submitted by the States.  For that matter representation is a farce which was a compromise which masquerades as a panacea for the ignorant people who accept its terms. So,  essentially,  all Ron Paul is doing is opening the floodgates to private tyrannies with his Constitutional blather.

  10. I wonder how many who champion the Constitution really understand the nature of the document,  or the peoples initial first gut reaction to it?  The Constitution is an elite document meant to preserve the “rights and function” of a moneyed elite.  That is the reason why it was rejected by the people,  and that is why the addendum of the Bill Of Rights was rejected out of hand by the authors of the Constitution when it was submitted by the States.  For that matter representation is a farce which was a compromise which masquerades as a panacea for the ignorant people who accept its terms. So,  essentially,  all Ron Paul is doing is opening the floodgates to private tyrannies with his Constitutional blather.

    • Jin The Ninja | Dec 30, 2011 at 6:20 pm |

      X 2. yes yes yes.

    • Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 5:20 am |

      The nature of the document is supposed to limit the power of the government. I can’t tell if you’re just stupid or trolling. The constitution is the first document that tells the government that the people are the boss, and that the humans who we allow to run the  government for us serve the people who elected them. It was beloved by lovers of freedom, because it was the first document that protected freedom from tyranny. Before, you had to be a pirate to escape tyranny of the state. Pirates actually fought during the revolution, capturing English ships for food in order to support the cause. The reason this country is so fucked is because the constitution has essentially been ripped up. America became the most prosperous nation over 200 years because of the freedom that was ensured by the constitution. The experiment worked with magnificent results. The only reason America is on the decline since the 20th century is because the constitution is no longer being adhered to. The federal reserve, an unconstitutional privately owned organization, created in a secret location off shore one weekend with a meeting of rich bankers, destroyed the economy by printing counterfeit money with no gold backing. It’s a simple concept. When there is inflation, prices go up and income goes down. Corruption, as in — people in the government breaking constitutional law — on all levels brought America to its knees. I can’t tell if you’re serious when you say that private tyrannies will be opened, as if they aren’t already. The fact that you have 6 likes in disheartening. 

      • It is interesting, and perhaps telling, that some of the first examples of modern “egalitarian” democracies were actual bands of pirates.
         

        • Zenc,  that is absolutely correct.  In fact I wrote an article that posted the same at my site with the advent of the dominant nations sending in vessels to stop what they called piracy near Somalia,  YOU ARE BEING LIED TO ABOUT PIRATES

          notinhisname.blogdrive.com/archive/670.html

          • How was your last trip to Somalia by the way?  Be a good little investigative journalist and spend a few months there to observe what some of us call “reality apart from the internet.”

          • Calypso_1 | Jan 11, 2012 at 10:14 am |

            Oh Anti-Crowley, you’re so cute. Somalia has the best internet backbone on the African continent – one of the most advanced in the world.  It’s fun watching Somali grandmothers passpay with their cellphones at the local market.

          • A Christian | Jan 11, 2012 at 10:18 am |

            I missed you Calypso.

      • “The constitution is the first document that tells the government that
        the people are the boss, and that the humans who we allow to run the
         government for us serve the people who elected them.”

        Read my reply above.

        • James O'Connor | Jan 3, 2012 at 2:39 pm |

          For the people, BY the people.  –  What we have today is nothing of the sort unless, of course, the only people being considered are the rich and elite.

          You should have said this for your first post so you don’t sound like such an elitist.

    • Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 5:54 am |

      I also find it hypocritical that, your name in reference to anarchy, that you would be so vehemently opposed to the constitution. The constitution in its ideal form is the closest thing to anarchy there is. The ideal form of government proposed in the constitution is that the government acts as a civil servant that we the people hire to do things that we can do, but would rather elect other people to do it for us instead. 

      Think of a police officer. A police officer, under the constitution in its ideal form, is simply someone who we hire to arrest criminals for us. A criminal is someone who violates the rights of another person. The rights are guaranteed by the constitution. There is citizens arrest because we have the right to arrest someone who is violating our rights. Police officers do the job for us, and we pay them to do it. They have no more rights than anyone else, in the ideal constitutional world.  

      What this means is that the humans who we allow to run the government do not have any more power than what any citizen possesses. This is the essential idea of the constitution, and probably the most central idea to human freedom — the best concept of society that we have ever thought of. Government is best which governs least. It’s as close to anarchy as you can get, except organized to protect the rights of people. In anarchy, such a system would naturally be created over time, but it would be unorganized, and people who inevitably fight until they came to an agreement; the constitution is that agreement. Anarchy is not an idea but the way things are. Rights and laws are made up. There are no rules, but humans in an interactive proximity must come to agreement. So far, the constitution is the best agreement humans have ever come up with. In Somalia there is anarchy, and interestingly enough, they are better off than some places around them where there is government in place. However, there is still a lot of problems. You see, anarchy creates prosperity because of the freedom, however, it is unorganized which prevents the initial prosperity from blooming. With a constitution the prosperity rises as freedoms stay the same, but are maintained. This is why America became the most prosperous nation on earth pre-20th century. It was a balance of freedom and organization. 

      • I find you’re argument very suspect,  and it makes me wonder whether you have read the document you are trying to defend (Constitution).  First,  it is the total absence of what transpired during the time – the Constitution was not written with the Bill Of Rights,  that was written in response because NONE of the concerns were addressed in the Constitution.  It was initially rejected out of hand by the Writers of the Constitution,  who were a moneyed elite that could afford to take months off in order to pen a document sympathetic to their specific interests.  The government in the USA is nothing but a franchise of the elite,  period. Anyone who appends some sort of altruistic myth to the motivations apart from what is written in that document is taking liberties and has swallowed the nonsense they have been taught in the public school system.

        Even your example of the “police officer” is complete nonsense,  you do not even know the origin of the policing forces that are like standing armies in protection of elite interest (you’re statements about this are somewhat akin to your myths about the Constitution).  The development of police officers in the north was initially big burly guys who were hired by Corporations that wanted to deprive the working people of a decent wage and standards which would not kill them,  or throw their over worked bodies in the trash like so much refuse when they were done abusing them!  These men who were hired were union busters,  those who had and were paid for the preservation of the moneyed elite at the time.  The policing forces in the South were those who were hired by slave owners to capture run away slaves,  and who pleasured themselves by beating the run away with merciless beatings till they were delivered to their “masters” – pretty racist beginnings. If you want to see the continuation of this process developed to modern day policing activities,  just ask yourself – “who do the police come to represent when there is unrest in the workplace?”  Or,  look at the prison industrial complex (which has grown with prisons like mushrooms in a summer spring rain!),  who is jailed for the most part?  People of color. For a short link –

         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uETfm_Ed6yY

        There is no rule of law,  there is just the law of rule.  There is no law and order in the sense as against chaos,  there is just order in the sense of class structure which is tempered by jack booted thugs called by policing force,  and there is law in the sense that the gavel smashes down on the head of the poor and disenfranchised – and people of color because of the deep racist undercurrents.  Felonies proliferate by the flick of the pen daily,  so that an entire class of people are imprisoned,  and the gap between the rich and the poor grows exponentially and is greater than the days of the robber barons.

        Government has not been democratic,  it never was – there is not a democracy in the sense of the government (which has no milk of kindness plowing from its tit),  it was conceived as a polyarchy – where the “responsible men” rule.  Anything democratic was won by the hard fought will of the people,  who got their heads summarily split open to deliver to you a standard of living which is receding at break neck speed.  When Madison was asked what the chief duty of government was he replied in the 10th Federalist Paper (paraphrase) it is to protect the moneyed and propertied from those who have no money and property. 

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBdk5n68gdM

        There are so many errors and so little time that I do not have the ability to fully educate you,  plus this is not the venue – read my blog.  http://notinhisname.blogdrive.com

        This is the short treatment. 

          

        • Anarcho, the atmosphere you seem to advocate would have been conquered by some dictatorship long ago.  You support a fragmented, disorganized, tribal law or complete lawlessness?  There are places in the world where you can have it, but they tend to be a few thousand years behind the times and enjoy frighteningly low life spans due to violence and preventable diseases and poverty.  Enjoy your Starbucks latte and whatever apple device you own brought to you by the most advanced powerful nation in human history.  Your welcome on behalf of the constitution AND the Bill of rights.

  11. Rex Vestri | Dec 30, 2011 at 5:28 pm |

    Want to know all about Ron Paul?  Here’s a nice list of RP’s positions, along with his past voting record.
    http://crooksandliars.com/kenneth-quinnell/ron-pauls-racism-isnt-worst-thing

  12. Rex Vestri | Dec 30, 2011 at 1:28 pm |

    Want to know all about Ron Paul?  Here’s a nice list of RP’s positions, along with his past voting record.
    http://crooksandliars.com/kenneth-quinnell/ron-pauls-racism-isnt-worst-thing

  13. Thank you Dr Paul for actually standing for something. It makes you a target, but we should end the fed and income ta along with the largest beuracracy in the government known as homeland security. BTW what was the NSAdoing all this time?

  14. Thank you Dr Paul for actually standing for something. It makes you a target, but we should end the fed and income ta along with the largest beuracracy in the government known as homeland security. BTW what was the NSAdoing all this time?

  15. Anonymous | Dec 30, 2011 at 5:38 pm |

    Mr Paul is obviously proof that time travel is possible. He’s from another era, perhaps from the middle of the 19th century America when everything was so much better than it is today.

  16. Mr Paul is obviously proof that time travel is possible. He’s from another era, perhaps from the middle of the 19th century America when everything was so much better than it is today.

  17. Anonymous | Dec 30, 2011 at 6:11 pm |

    Sounds crazy, but when you hear his logic… makes total sense!

  18. tomasiepants | Dec 30, 2011 at 2:11 pm |

    Sounds crazy, but when you hear his logic… makes total sense!

  19. Sweet delicious chaos

  20. Sweet delicious chaos

  21. What he says is irrelevant.  The Republican and Democratic parties are a (singular) criminal cartel meant to give the illusion of political choice.  The fact that Paul is a member of this cartel proves that he’s a liar, doesn’t believe a single thing he claims to stand for, and is only trying to appeal to a certain segment of the population.  He may preach freedom, but his only principle is plutarchy, with himself among the elite.

  22. What he says is irrelevant.  The Republican and Democratic parties are a (singular) criminal cartel meant to give the illusion of political choice.  The fact that Paul is a member of this cartel proves that he’s a liar, doesn’t believe a single thing he claims to stand for, and is only trying to appeal to a certain segment of the population.  He may preach freedom, but his only principle is plutarchy, with himself among the elite.

    • What nonsense! Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy. Check his list of contributors. Not ONE DIME from the people who have bought that monkey puppet in the White House, the other Republican candidates, and almost all of the Congress. So where do you get your LIE that “Paul is a member of this cartel”? Your post has to be the most ridiculous one I have ever seen to a Disinformation article/video, but I DO give you credit for that.

      • > So where do you get your LIE that “Paul is a member of this cartel”?

        He is a Republican.

        • Jin The Ninja | Jan 1, 2012 at 1:32 pm |

          lol exactly. a republican cannot, by nature, by definition be subversive.

      • “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

        oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

      • James O'Connor | Jan 3, 2012 at 2:36 pm |

        You have to play by the “machine’s” rules before you can integrate and change it.

        • You mean you have to trick the machine in to believing that you ae playing ball before you deceive it with truth?

  23. DeepCough | Dec 30, 2011 at 8:56 pm |

    Look–Ron Paul can’t save us all.

  24. DeepCough | Dec 30, 2011 at 4:56 pm |

    Look–Ron Paul can’t save us all.

  25. Jin (仁) | Dec 30, 2011 at 10:20 pm |

    X 2. yes yes yes.

  26. Jin (仁) | Dec 30, 2011 at 10:20 pm |

    you mean before civil rights?

  27. Here is a link for you,  if you want to know what libertarianism means today in the states,  listen carefully –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wriQGI5NGOM

  28. Here is a link for you,  if you want to know what libertarianism means today in the states,  listen carefully –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wriQGI5NGOM

  29. Simiantongue | Dec 31, 2011 at 5:28 am |

    Yes, when I hear someone say “Everything was so much better then” or “I want my country back” that’s what I think they’re generally talking about. Perhaps a return to a society where only white, christian, property owners mattered.

  30. truth hurts | Dec 31, 2011 at 6:09 am |

    you got the title backwards… Ron Paul thinks everything is unconstitutional… or “everything,” Ron Paul thinks, “is unconstitutional.”

  31. truth hurts | Dec 31, 2011 at 2:09 am |

    you got the title backwards… Ron Paul thinks everything is unconstitutional… or “everything,” Ron Paul thinks, “is unconstitutional.”

  32. Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 8:57 am |

    One thing that it seems people don’t understand is that the government has no purpose for helping people. The government has no right to take someone’s money in order to give it to someone else in need of it. That is a form of tyranny. People who need money for whatever reason can receive it from people who are willing to give it. They can rely on charity. Programs like Medicaid force people to pay for something they may or may not want to pay for. People act like people only help others if they are forced to. This is a messed up logic. People shouldn’t rely on the government for anything because that only increases their power, and after awhile people will become dependent on the government to survive, and that is slavery. 

  33. Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 4:57 am |

    One thing that it seems people don’t understand is that the government has no purpose for helping people. The government has no right to take someone’s money in order to give it to someone else in need of it. That is a form of tyranny. People who need money for whatever reason can receive it from people who are willing to give it. They can rely on charity. Programs like Medicaid force people to pay for something they may or may not want to pay for. People act like people only help others if they are forced to. This is a messed up logic. People shouldn’t rely on the government for anything because that only increases their power, and after awhile people will become dependent on the government to survive, and that is slavery. 

    • SmudgeServices | Dec 31, 2011 at 12:35 pm |

      right on sir, right on.

    • “People who need money for whatever reason can receive it from people who are willing to give it. They can rely on charity.”

      “Are there no workhouses,  are there no prisons!”

  34. Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 9:20 am |

    The nature of the document is supposed to limit the power of the government. I can’t tell if you’re just stupid or trolling. The constitution is the first document that tells the government that the people are the boss, and that the humans who we allow to run the  government for us serve the people who elected them. It was beloved by lovers of freedom, because it was the first document that protected freedom from tyranny. Before, you had to be a pirate to escape tyranny of the state. Pirates actually fought during the revolution, capturing English ships for food in order to support the cause. The reason this country is so fucked is because the constitution has essentially been ripped up. America became the most prosperous nation over 200 years because of the freedom that was ensured by the constitution. The experiment worked with magnificent results. The only reason America is on the decline since the 20th century is because the constitution is no longer being adhered to. The federal reserve, an unconstitutional privately owned organization, created in a secret location off shore one weekend with a meeting of rich bankers, destroyed the economy by printing counterfeit money with no gold backing. It’s a simple concept. When there is inflation, prices go up and income goes down. Corruption, as in — people in the government breaking constitutional law — on all levels brought America to its knees. I can’t tell if you’re serious when you say that private tyrannies will be opened, as if they aren’t already. The fact that you have 6 likes in disheartening. 

  35. Asanisemasa | Dec 31, 2011 at 9:54 am |

    I also find it hypocritical that, your name in reference to anarchy, that you would be so vehemently opposed to the constitution. The constitution in its ideal form is the closest thing to anarchy there is. The ideal form of government proposed in the constitution is that the government acts as a civil servant that we the people hire to do things that we can do, but would rather elect other people to do it for us instead. 

    Think of a police officer. A police officer, under the constitution in its ideal form, is simply someone who we hire to arrest criminals for us. A criminal is someone who violates the rights of another person. The rights are guaranteed by the constitution. There is citizens arrest because we have the right to arrest someone who is violating our rights. Police officers do the job for us, and we pay them to do it. They have no more rights than anyone else, in the ideal constitutional world.  

    What this means is that the humans who we allow to run the government do not have any more power than what any citizen possesses. This is the essential idea of the constitution, and probably the most central idea to human freedom — the best concept of society that we have ever thought of. Government is best which governs least. It’s as close to anarchy as you can get, except organized to protect the rights of people. In anarchy, such a system would naturally be created over time, but it would be unorganized, and people who inevitably fight until they came to an agreement; the constitution is that agreement. Anarchy is not an idea but the way things are. Rights and laws are made up. There are no rules, but humans in an interactive proximity must come to agreement. So far, the constitution is the best agreement humans have ever come up with. In Somalia there is anarchy, and interestingly enough, they are better off than some places around them where there is government in place. However, there is still a lot of problems. You see, anarchy creates prosperity because of the freedom, however, it is unorganized which prevents the initial prosperity from blooming. With a constitution the prosperity rises as freedoms stay the same, but are maintained. This is why America became the most prosperous nation on earth pre-20th century. It was a balance of freedom and organization. 

  36. Jin (仁) | Dec 31, 2011 at 10:40 am |

    that was certainly my feeling as well. scary thought those 1950s…

  37. Anonymous | Dec 31, 2011 at 4:22 pm |

    If this video was taken more seriously, I would watch it. I was expecting to see this as more of a documentary, rather than some annoying rap video.

  38. Anonymous | Dec 31, 2011 at 4:22 pm |

    If this video was taken more seriously, I would watch it. I was expecting to see this as more of a documentary, rather than some annoying rap video.

  39. Kruse1994 | Dec 31, 2011 at 12:22 pm |

    If this video was taken more seriously, I would watch it. I was expecting to see this as more of a documentary, rather than some annoying rap video.

  40. It is interesting, and perhaps telling, that some of the first examples of modern “egalitarian” democracies were actual bands of pirates.
     

  41. SmudgeServices | Dec 31, 2011 at 4:35 pm |

    right on sir, right on.

  42. I find you’re argument very suspect,  and it makes me wonder whether you have read the document you are trying to defend (Constitution).  First,  it is the total absence of what transpired during the time – the Constitution was not written with the Bill Of Rights,  that was written in response because NONE of the concerns were addressed in the Constitution.  It was initially rejected out of hand by the Writers of the Constitution,  who were a moneyed elite that could afford to take months off in order to pen a document sympathetic to their specific interests.  The government in the USA is nothing but a franchise of the elite,  period. Anyone who appends some sort of altruistic myth to the motivations apart from what is written in that document is taking liberties and has swallowed the nonsense they have been taught in the public school system.

    Even your example of the “police officer” is complete nonsense,  you do not even know the origin of the policing forces that are like standing armies in protection of elite interest (you’re statements about this are somewhat akin to your myths about the Constitution).  The development of police officers in the north was initially big burly guys who were hired by Corporations that wanted to deprive the working people of a decent wage and standards which would not kill them,  or throw their over worked bodies in the trash like so much refuse when they were done abusing them!  These men who were hired were union busters,  those who had and were paid for the preservation of the moneyed elite at the time.  The policing forces in the South were those who were hired by slave owners to capture run away slaves,  and who pleasured themselves by beating the run away with merciless beatings till they were delivered to their “masters” – pretty racist beginnings. If you want to see the continuation of this process developed to modern day policing activities,  just ask yourself – “who do the police come to represent when there is unrest in the workplace?”  Or,  look at the prison industrial complex (which has grown with prisons like mushrooms in a summer spring rain!),  who is jailed for the most part?  People of color. For a short link –

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uETfm_Ed6yY

    There is no rule of law,  there is just the law of rule.  There is no law and order in the sense as against chaos,  there is just order in the sense of class structure which is tempered by jack booted thugs called by policing force,  and there is law in the sense that the gavel smashes down on the head of the poor and disenfranchised – and people of color because of the deep racist undercurrents.  Felonies proliferate by the flick of the pen daily,  so that an entire class of people are imprisoned,  and the gap between the rich and the poor grows exponentially and is greater than the days of the robber barons.

    Government has not been democratic,  it never was – there is not a democracy in the sense of the government (which has no milk of kindness plowing from its tit),  it was conceived as a polyarchy – where the “responsible men” rule.  Anything democratic was won by the hard fought will of the people,  who got their heads summarily split open to deliver to you a standard of living which is receding at break neck speed.  When Madison was asked what the chief duty of government was he replied in the 10th Federalist Paper (paraphrase) it is to protect the moneyed and propertied from those who have no money and property. 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBdk5n68gdM

    There are so many errors and so little time that I do not have the ability to fully educate you,  plus this is not the venue – read my blog.  http://notinhisname.blogdrive.com

    This is the short treatment. 

      

  43. “The constitution is the first document that tells the government that
    the people are the boss, and that the humans who we allow to run the
     government for us serve the people who elected them.”

    Read my reply above.

  44. Zenc,  that is absolutely correct.  In fact I wrote an article that posted the same at my site with the advent of the dominant nations sending in vessels to stop what they called piracy near Somalia,  YOU ARE BEING LIED TO ABOUT PIRATES

    notinhisname.blogdrive.com/archive/670.html

  45. What nonsense! Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy. Check his list of contributors. Not ONE DIME from the people who have bought that monkey puppet in the White House, the other Republican candidates, and almost all of the Congress. So where do you get your LIE that “Paul is a member of this cartel”? Your post has to be the most ridiculous one I have ever seen to a Disinformation article/video, but I DO give you credit for that.

  46. > So where do you get your LIE that “Paul is a member of this cartel”?

    He is a Republican.

  47. Jin (仁) | Jan 1, 2012 at 5:32 pm |

    lol exactly. a republican cannot, by nature, by definition be subversive.

  48. “People who need money for whatever reason can receive it from people who are willing to give it. They can rely on charity.”

    “Are there no workhouses,  are there no prisons!”

  49. Wow your absolutely right, watch this video…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Rv0Z5SNrF4

    OR!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PvDUFf0jy8

    So sad, yes indeed! It is such a shame to see a man care so little about black people because he’s a white man!

  50. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  51. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  52. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  53. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  54. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  55. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  56. “Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate not bought and owned by the corporatocracy”

    oh REALLY??? ask him about oil subsidies. 

  57. PULL YOUR HEADS OUT PEOPLE ! YOUR HEAD IS SO FAR UP THERE YOU CANT THINK ON YOUR OWN YOU NEED SOME MILLIONAIR TELLING YOU WHAT YOU NEED STUPID STUPID PEOPLE VOTE RON PAUL 2012 !YOUR KIDS WILL THANK YOU

  58. PULL YOUR HEADS OUT PEOPLE ! YOUR HEAD IS SO FAR UP THERE YOU CANT THINK ON YOUR OWN YOU NEED SOME MILLIONAIR TELLING YOU WHAT YOU NEED STUPID STUPID PEOPLE VOTE RON PAUL 2012 !YOUR KIDS WILL THANK YOU

  59. James O'Connor | Jan 3, 2012 at 6:36 pm |

    You have to play by the “machine’s” rules before you can integrate and change it.

  60. James O'Connor | Jan 3, 2012 at 6:39 pm |

    For the people, BY the people.  –  What we have today is nothing of the sort unless, of course, the only people being considered are the rich and elite.

    You should have said this for your first post so you don’t sound like such an elitist.

  61. Anonymous | Jan 3, 2012 at 8:47 pm |

    And, he’s right about most of it.  

  62. And, he’s right about most of it.  

  63. Break the status quo | Jan 9, 2012 at 1:08 pm |

    Humanitarian Bombing – You Should Watch This

    [Ed. Note: It’s all being done in your name. And paid for with your
    tax dollars. Only Ron Paul will put an end to it.]

    http://sgtreport.com/2012/01/humanitarian-bombing-you-should-watch-this/

  64. Break the status quo | Jan 9, 2012 at 9:08 am |

    Humanitarian Bombing – You Should Watch This

    [Ed. Note: It’s all being done in your name. And paid for with your
    tax dollars. Only Ron Paul will put an end to it.]

    http://sgtreport.com/2012/01/humanitarian-bombing-you-should-watch-this/

  65. Anarcho, the atmosphere you seem to advocate would have been conquered by some dictatorship long ago.  You support a fragmented, disorganized, tribal law or complete lawlessness?  There are places in the world where you can have it, but they tend to be a few thousand years behind the times and enjoy frighteningly low life spans due to violence and preventable diseases and poverty.  Enjoy your Starbucks latte and whatever apple device you own brought to you by the most advanced powerful nation in human history.  Your welcome on behalf of the constitution AND the Bill of rights.

  66. Anarcho, the atmosphere you seem to advocate would have been conquered by some dictatorship long ago.  You support a fragmented, disorganized, tribal law or complete lawlessness?  There are places in the world where you can have it, but they tend to be a few thousand years behind the times and enjoy frighteningly low life spans due to violence and preventable diseases and poverty.  Enjoy your Starbucks latte and whatever apple device you own brought to you by the most advanced powerful nation in human history.  Your welcome on behalf of the constitution AND the Bill of rights.

  67. How was your last trip to Somalia by the way?  Be a good little investigative journalist and spend a few months there to observe what some of us call “reality apart from the internet.”

  68. How was your last trip to Somalia by the way?  Be a good little investigative journalist and spend a few months there to observe what some of us call “reality apart from the internet.”

  69. Anonymous | Jan 11, 2012 at 2:14 pm |

    Oh Anti-Crowley, you’re so cute. Somalia has the best internet backbone on the African continent – one of the most advanced in the world.  It’s fun watching Somali grandmothers passpay with their cellphones at the local market.

  70. Anonymous | Jan 11, 2012 at 2:14 pm |

    Oh Anti-Crowley, you’re so cute. Somalia has the best internet backbone on the African continent – one of the most advanced in the world.  It’s fun watching Somali grandmothers passpay with their cellphones at the local market.

  71. A Christian | Jan 11, 2012 at 2:18 pm |

    I missed you Calypso.

  72. A Christian | Jan 11, 2012 at 2:18 pm |

    I missed you Calypso.

  73. Oil subsidies are just tax breaks. Ron Paul always votes for lowering taxes.

  74. Oil subsidies are just tax breaks. Ron Paul always votes for lowering taxes.

  75. Oil subsidies are just tax breaks. Ron Paul always votes for lowering taxes.

  76. You mean you have to trick the machine in to believing that you ae playing ball before you deceive it with truth?

  77. Wow. What a load of bullshit. Oil subsidies are corporate socialism.. the other name for fascism.

  78. Madison and Jefferson would be laughin at all of you.

  79. And you are ignorant.

  80. Yeah, just read Charles Dickens. The 19th century was a fucking gem.

  81. GASP!! you can DO that with rhetoric???? WHOA

  82. Another ignorant fuck.

  83. Or even a handful of us.

  84. ROFL. I may have to target you for endangering my child.

  85. Every law  “We the People” pass that the government doesn’t like, is deemed unconstitutional.

  86. Rene Ruiz | Jan 23, 2012 at 8:25 pm |

    You must be a misinformation puppets or a totally ignorant fool. Perhaps you should some homework before you post nonsense, Ron Paul has a voting record which you can view, he has never voted in favor of any bill which violated our constitution and his principals which are one & the same

    • That’s what they want you to believe.

    • The Constitution always has been, and always will be, what five members of the Supreme Court think it is.  Not what you, Ron Paul, or anyone else thinks it is.   

  87. Finally the end | Feb 3, 2012 at 12:52 am |

    YOU ARE ALL DOOMED ,TO THINK YOU KNOW OR UNDERSTAND THE MACHINATIONS OF A FAMILY THAT FOR CENTURY’S HAVE BEEN SHEPHERDING YOU WITH AND BY IDLE FIRE SIDE CHATS,YES  ,YES ,THE COMPETITION.WAIT A MINUTE AREN’T YOU RELATED TO…..     

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