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The Revolution After Ron

LysanderFranklin Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 2:50 PM
Fair enough, and I respect your opinion CC. Just remember though, every election it is "the most important election ever" and "I know this guy isn't our ideal candidate but we need to get behind him this one last time". It's the same story every time, and I just guess that a lot of us are sick of it. Each election the quality of the candidates diminishes, and it will keep happening every time as long as we allow it to. Voting for the 'lesser of two evils' is still voting for evil. I'm sick of it.
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The Revolution After Ron

LysanderFranklin Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 2:37 PM
^ And this is about as deep as 95% of the country is able to think, these days.
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The Revolution After Ron

LysanderFranklin Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 2:25 PM
His foreign policy is to not attack foreign nations when we are not provoked and to stop giving money to our enemies. Is our country this absolutely brainwashed that we now consider this to be "crazy" or "kooky" or as you say "loser"? Just remember 'conservatives' elected George Bush in the year 2000 on THE EXACT SAME FOREIGN POLICY that Ron Paul is running on. It's amazing how terrible Americans short term memory is.
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The Revolution After Ron

LysanderFranklin Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 2:10 PM
Your response makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. If the topic is 'individual freedom' than would you care to explain what significant differences you see between Romney and Obama on those issues? Last I checked both were perfectly content with Warantless wiretaps, the patriot act, drone strikes, indefinite detention, the NDAA, SOPA, suspending the constitution 'when we need to', federal intervention relating to personal choices, etc, etc, etc.
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