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You didn't have to wait until 7:30 to hear it from your daughter. We Ron Paul supporters have been telling you for months that Obama would beat any other candidate because they could not pull all of the needed voting blocks together; the youth, the independents, the Reagan Democrats, and the party loyal Republicans. The GOP blew it plain and simple.
Ron Paul would have easily taken the largest percentage of the youth vote, but the GOP didn't listen. They deserve what they got, and unless the GOP changes its ways, it will be repeated again in 2016 and beyond.
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The Single Reason Romney Lost

darrelJ Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 9:16 AM
Romney lost because he was the wrong candidate for the Republicans if they really wanted to beat Obama, which it appears they did not.
Those of us who support Ron Paul tried our best to tell you and the GOP that Romney was not going to get our support, and without it, could not win. We tried to tell you that the only candidate on the slate who could beat Obama was Ron Paul, but you in the media and the GOP ignored him and belittled him, and now you are still ignoring him, failing to mention his name even in columns like this one. The GOP may have lost forever, those liberty campaign followers of Ron Paul who were, like him, rejected by their party during the primaries and convention. It is time for the GOP to decide whether it is going to establish a platform that is in keeping with the Constitution and the people, or to die.
There is an old white man who could have beaten Obama and caused a sweep of both houses, but the GOP chose to chastise him and alienate his millions of backers who instead of voting GOP, either didn't vote or went to third party candidates. The vote count this election was down by 14 million, and that is principally because Ron Paul supporters could not vote for the GOP selection of Romney/Paul. We tried to tell them, but they wouldn't listen. Maybe they will in the future, or they may not have a future.
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Eliminate the TSA

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 9:44 AM
Nullification! Get your legislators to unite behind a nullification measure. There are so many unconstitutional laws sent to the states by the federal government that nullification may be the best and only tool we have. After all, the tenth amendment leaves to the states or the people, the power to overturn unconstitutional laws.
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Is Secession a Good Idea?

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 9:31 AM
There is currently a move nation wide on a state by state basis, to petition each state legislature to nullify Obamacare. Once this is successful, we should move on to the Patriot Act, the TSA, NDAA, and down the unconstitutional line until all unconstitutional legislation has been nullified by each and every state. It is the only way we can take our powers back and still retain the union. If we fail to do that, then secession by individual states will be the right and best answer.
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Is Secession a Good Idea?

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 9:25 AM
Or succeeded to secede!:-))
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Is Secession a Good Idea?

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 9:24 AM
Dream on my friend. I am with you 100%, but there is only one candidate who would attempt to accomplish that, and they won't even allow him into the debates.
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Is Secession a Good Idea?

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 18, 2012 9:22 AM
Secession was never a bad idea. America seceded from England. The only thing bad about the south seceding from the union was that the union was run by a tyrant who didn't understand the Constitution and history. The war of northern aggression (nothing civil about it) was not over slavery, as the history books have chosen to frame it, but over states rights, which the north was denying the south.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

darrelJ Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 9:37 AM
Ever ask yourselves why it is that the two candidates and the two parties are so afraid to have Gary Johnson or even Jill Stein join them in the debates? Could it be that they are afraid the public might get a different view of how a candidate would deal with our problems? Romney and Obama agree on most points, so isn't it fair to the American voter to hear a dissenting view?
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