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What Have we Accomplished in Iraq?

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 10:48 AM
Conch: What took you so long? Fed?
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What Have we Accomplished in Iraq?

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 10:43 AM
His job was to uphold the Constitution, that's the oath he swore. It's a good thing no one else in congress took their oath seriously. Without those REAL Americans, we wouldn't have Social Security and Medicare and Aid to Dependent Children and Food Stamps, and War in Iraq, and drones killing people in Yemen, and Obamacare, and a lot of other good stuff. We also wouldn't have great stuff like Amtrak, and General Motors would have gone broke and bought by some other car company that knew what it was doing, and Goldman Sachs would be gone and all its' bad debt would be absorbed by the people that invested of their own volition instead of by taxpayers. Ron Paul is a lunatic.
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What Have we Accomplished in Iraq?

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 10:28 AM
Dr. Paul is one of those crazy libertarians who want to take over the country with their secret plot to leave you alone. Q: Why did the libertarian cross the road? A: It's none of your damn business, am I being detained?
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What Have we Accomplished in Iraq?

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 10:13 AM
Fed: There you go again, pointing out Dr. Paul's consistent insanity over the years.
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What Have we Accomplished in Iraq?

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 10:10 AM
Fed Farmer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4Eca-INIOw The man obviously wants us all to use heroin. He also wants us to use prostitutes too! He is one of those "do as I say, not as I do people. For instance, he became a doctor and volunteered for military service, and he raised a couple children to be doctors. But he wants us to take heroin. He voted no on a bunch of bills to help the poor, just because HE thought they were unconstitutional. He voted against all the wars in Iraq, just because HE thought they were none of our business and would lose American lives and would keep us there for 100 years and would cost trillions of dollars. The man is a lunatic.
Ron Paul is just a crazy old isolationist who wants all of us to take heroin. He wants the USA to quit protecting the down-trodden of the world and leave them to their own devices, letting all the tin pot dictators of the world run around willy-nilly, making A-bombs and blowing up American cities. One of the crazy things he wants to do to protect American troops, is bring them home from the 190 bases we have around the world. How could we be safe with all the troops here? Ron Paul should not be allowed to talk! First amendment or not, what he says is dangerous and he should be stiffled. No internet, no Townhall, no nothing. And he thinks abortion is wrong too. Oh, wait, so do I. Never mind.
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The Problem With The Right Part 2

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 12:41 PM
Carlos: I am for legalizing prostitution, that and beer have been getting us ugly people laid for thousands of years.
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The Problem With The Right Part 2

MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 10:44 AM
I had waited for years for a truly good pro-life argument (in reference to Mr. Hunter's saying you can't change someone's mind). The left has always had the argument that it is a woman's body to do with as she pleases. If that is the case, then every pro-choice woman's libber should say they want recreational drugs legalized. After all it's my body. Right? But the fact is, it's NOT your body. It's a unique individual. A simple DNA test will prove that. And another thing, those 60,000,000 humans were going to be the next tax paying, producing generation. What do we have now? An aging, non productive population living on money borrowed from the next generation, much of which has been murdered. And as far as marriage is concerned, that argument is even easier. It should not be a function of or any of the federal governments business. At worst, it should be a state function, and at best, a matter of religion and contract. My point is: There are rational arguments that can be won on our side on many issues that the left simply dismisses by calling us racist, homophobic chauvinists.
Fuzzy: Thanks for concisely pointing out one of the great ironies of modern government.
Libertarian thought is anathema to those of Henry VIII.
It's really good at killing people and breaking things.
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