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"Well, we reached a bipartisan deal because I'm what they call a "RINO" which is actually a Democrat in disguise." Sen. Toomey
If you're referring to the principal of "Those who have will always have and those who do not have will have less" is a spiritual one; you can't get away from that. Personally, if the wealthy left are for "the working man" as they claim, then THEY should be the ones opening their wallets and creating union jobs so they, too, can live "The American Dream." Besides, charitable giving is HIGHER from conservatives than it is liberals. In 2006, thePalins donated $4,880 to charity, and in 2007, they donated $3,325. By contrast, Biden (D-Del.), has donated a total of $3,690 since 1998 despite his higher Senate salary, according to an analysis posted by National Review. Still prefer the leftist view, Arch?
As for Ron Paul being an extremist - how is liberty and actually wanting smaller government extreme? The troops will be coming home anyway, regardless of whomever the establishment picks because we can't afford to keep borrowing money to bomb other countries and then rebuild them while our own nation crumbles. Not only can we not afford it, but when the entitlement programs come to a screeching halt, the troops will have to come home to protect the government from the next civil war. Then we WILL have a foreign policy of non-interventionism. The American Empire Adventurism will cease, to become the beacon of liberty it is meant to be.
The Liberty Party wouldn't be founded by Ron Paul and won't come into play until 2016. It's founded by the grass roots which the Republicans unabashedly proved they don't need with all their rules changes. You witnessed it I'm sure and you obviously supported it, yet you accuse ME of being off MY rocker? Funny, I thought it was "We the People" not "We the Party." You're even more off your rocker if you think the course we're on is sustainable and R&R are gonna wave magic wands to make things better but don't worry your empty little head because when the Mitt hits the fan, I'll still be defending your freedom to express it.
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If Obama Wins Who Would Prevent Collapse?

Cliff140 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 10:54 AM
*upcoming CRISIS. I don't know how Congress got in there. There is a coordinated effort across the country to form a new party called "The Liberty Party" inspired by Dr. Ron Paul. If we can get it going by 2014 for the midterm elections, it'll be interesting to see how either party will try to subvert it like the establishment RINOs did to the TEA Party.
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If Obama Wins Who Would Prevent Collapse?

Cliff140 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 10:32 AM
Fritz, you're very correct. In my eyes, the one true conservative candidate that could have helped us avert the upcoming Congress was Mitt-canned by the establishment to protect their corporate interests. Our global empire will collapse eventually, and all our troops will be coming home so America will end up isolationist anyway. To keep the economic engine rolling, we'll be adopting a foreign policy of non-interventionism - trade and talk with other countries instead of throwing out foreign aid while bombing them. Austerity is coming to us soon, Mr and Mrs America. Better wake up to that fact and prepare yourselves.
"If conservatives are ultimately taxed, harassed, regulated or chased from the national scene, do you really expect that Big Government will say “Well that’s that. You folks can take it from here.”? " Actually, I've always felt that if Republicans ever got control of both sides of the Capital the first item on the agenda would be to tax all the wealthy Democrats. I figure since Democrats seem to be the ones that publicly abhor wealth, then there should be no such thing as a wealthy Democrat.
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Biden Thinks America's the Problem

Cliff140 Wrote: May 10, 2012 12:20 PM
He's blaming America for voting for him and Obama.
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Cage Match: Ron Paul vs. Paul Krugman

Cliff140 Wrote: May 02, 2012 10:37 AM
I assume you mean Ron Paul wears the crash helmet since he saw the housing bubble collapse years before it happened. Krugman wears the tin foil as he stares blankly at his degree chanting "The Fed is good. The Fed is good."
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Paul Krugman Learns Economics

Cliff140 Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 12:46 PM
Huh. I was hoping he'd learn economics from Ron Paul in this clip.
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