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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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The Economy Needs No Conductor

Cliff140 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 12:56 PM
What's the difference between a non-interventionist and an isolationist?
That says it all right there.
Too late! The better question to ask is "Where is the media?" http://www.dailypaul.com/226084/where-is-the-media-amazing-collage-photo
Conservatives shouldn't be pro-any group. Pandering to groups is another way to divide us and gets us in trouble. Conservatives should be pro-individual. Skin color, religion, political and sexual orientation become irrelevant then and unites us back into one country, the Great Melting Pot we were once claimed to be. Groups encourage an "Animal Farm" mentality where we're all equal but some are more equal than others. That's why Ron Paul is so popular because he doesn't pander to groups. His platform is based on one universal truth - individual liberty. Be free to be who you are as long as you don't endanger me or others.
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And They Wonder Why Voters Are Angry

Cliff140 Wrote: Apr 06, 2012 3:37 PM
Anyone remember the movie 'Airplane!' with Leslie Nielson? The scene with him and the flight attendants in the cockpit? Nielson: "Who was it we had running for President this election?" Flight Attendant: "Well, we had a choice. Romney or Obama." Nielson: "Yes, yes, I remember, I wrote in and voted for Ron Paul."
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