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Liberty1
10-08-2007, 11:59 AM
1st part http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5zAbvJJAmU



2nd part http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbzXRn8SdN4&mode=related&search=



3rd part http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mr68c2ka_Ws&mode=related&search=


Local Ky. news on GRPC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aG5yniAUSY

bulgron
10-08-2007, 1:03 PM
Don't get me wrong, I really like Ron Paul and I intend to at least vote for him in the primaries. But with him talking about getting rid of BATF, repealing the federal income tax, restoring property rights, and so on, I sometimes wonder how long it would take an assassin's bullet to find him should he somehow become president.

Seriously, the man would upset the apple cart for a lot of very powerful people who tend to not have a sense of humor about these things.

I'm sure they could find some lunatic to pull the trigger, thus giving them an excuse pass more gun control measures.

Okay, taking my tin foil hat off now ....

M. Sage
10-08-2007, 5:39 PM
Seriously, the man would upset the apple cart for a lot of very powerful people who tend to not have a sense of humor about these things.

The rest of us (the "common people") need to lose our sense of humor about what other politicians do... I just don't see it happening, election after election, we keep sending the same bunch into office.

Bishop
10-08-2007, 7:32 PM
The rest of us (the "common people") need to lose our sense of humor about what other politicians do... I just don't see it happening, election after election, we keep sending the same bunch into office.

Unfortunately, the problem cannot be changed by inserting one person into a powerful office.

The big problem is that majority of people think socialism is a good thing.
They think "common sense" gun regulation is OK.
They feel guilty for working hard when they see someone without a job holding out their hand.
They believe what the teevee tells them because it's the one they listen to the most.
They think that the police can protect them from spontaneous acts of violence.
And worst of all; they think that they're small, and couldn't ever bring about change even if they tried.

Electing Ron Paul will not change that. We need to change hearts and minds first, then our Ron Paul will follow.

(I still think it's invaluable that he's getting people talking and thinking)