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Also Jonah, For the record Paul Ryan's budget was NOT "extreme." Not only did it not scorch the earth, hell it didn't even touch the earth. It only had cuts to future spending. Having a balanced budget buy 2040 is a joke!!! In Fact true fiscal conservatives in the house voted against it.
Jonah, A true fiscal conservative is someone that follows the example the Champion of the Constitution Dr. Ron Paul and He wouldn't have voted to raise the debt ceiling and I don't want them to eather. Your pointing your finger at the wrong crowd of people, You need to do your homework a little better. A person whose is socially liberal just doesn't want government to tell people how to live, plain and simple.
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Is Mitt Serious About Condi?

jburkiewicz Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 1:14 PM
So right, Paul or no one at all.
romney wants to “repeal and replace" Paul doesn't. Ron Paul for President.
However, if Ron Paul pulls it off and wins the Republican nomination, he will get all the Republican vote, most of the Independent vote, and a whole lot of people who voted for Obama last time because Obama promised to end the wars. So to sum up, if Romney is the nominee, you are looking at 4 more years of Obama. If Ron Paul is the nominee, you are looking at President Paul. Please educate yourself via the internet. You can't count on the boob-tube for accurate information. Mainstream media is owned by huge corporations that are owned by still larger corporations that have a vested interest in maintaing the status quo and keeping their politicians bought and paid for.
Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate that can beat Obama. Most people who have educated themselves enough to actually VOTE for Ron Paul, WILL NOT VOTE FOR ROMNEY under any circumstances. Through researching Romney's history we know that what comes out of his mouth has little to do with what he will actually do once in power. Additionally, most of his current stated political views are identical to Obama's (TARP, bailouts, war, the Fed, individual mandates, etc.). So it is pretty much guaranteed that most votes FOR Ron Paul in the Republican Primaries are votes AGAINST Romney in a presidential race (whether they be for the Libertarian candidate, a write-in, or Obama). However, if Ron Paul pulls it off and wins the Republican...
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Rupert Murdoch vs Mitt Romney

jburkiewicz Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 10:01 AM
However, if Ron Paul pulls it off and wins the Republican nomination, he will get all the Republican vote, most of the Independent vote, and a whole lot of people who voted for Obama last time because Obama promised to end the wars. So to sum up, if Romney is the nominee, you are looking at 4 more years of Obama. If Ron Paul is the nominee, you are looking at President Paul. Please educate yourself via the internet. You can't count on the boob-tube for accurate information. Mainstream media is owned by huge corporations that are owned by still larger corporations that have a vested interest in maintaing the status quo and keeping their politicians bought and paid for.
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Rupert Murdoch vs Mitt Romney

jburkiewicz Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 9:59 AM
Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate that can beat Obama. Most people who have educated themselves enough to actually VOTE for Ron Paul, WILL NOT VOTE FOR ROMNEY under any circumstances. Through researching Romney's history we know that what comes out of his mouth has little to do with what he will actually do once in power. Additionally, most of his current stated political views are identical to Obama's (TARP, bailouts, war, the Fed, individual mandates, etc.). So it is pretty much guaranteed that most votes FOR Ron Paul in the Republican Primaries are votes AGAINST Romney in a presidential race (whether they be for the Libertarian candidate, a write-in, or Obama).
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