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It's Now Or Never For Ron Paul

Jim103 Wrote: Apr 27, 2012 11:29 AM
Right. Paul thinks it's America 's fault for MAKING enemies, that the enemies are the good guys. That still makes Ron Paul unacceptable.
"Yes, coercive altruism is wrong. Indeed, it’s not even altruism,..." Mitchell says. However, that's incorrect. Altruism is not about benevolence or generosity. Altruism is about duty, a duty imposed on us, a duty to give. Freedom to do one's duty is a contradiction in terms. There is no right not to do one's duty. The "haves" have a duty the "have nots," a duty to give, a duty to perform service. If one doesn't perform such duties voluntarily, then it's right to coerce such performances. If some have a duty to give to others, then those "others" have a right to take, whether by trickery, stealth or force. The most consistent exponents of altruism are advocates of dictatorship: commies, Nazis, Moslem terrorists.
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Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal

Jim103 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 12:59 PM
The Obama administration decided that a number of people should die in order to drum up pressure for more stringent gun control laws. Their effort to achieve achieve this goal constitutes nothing less than conspiracy to commit murder.
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It's Now Or Never For Ron Paul

Jim103 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 12:16 PM
Never was much of a fan of Mitt Romney. However, at least Mitt sides with America against its enemies. Ron Paul sides with America's enemies. That makes Ron unacceptable under any circumstances.
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