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I am not defending Robert's first ruling on Obamacare, but maybe, and this is a BIG MAYBE, Robert's had a plan. He had expressed concern about the SCOTUS appearing political. Perhaps he saw cracks in the ice and knew Obamacare would be back again, so to appear nonpolitical, he ruled left the first pass, and will rule right on the second. Time will tell.
Ron Paul is like a satellite in an elliptical orbit around the sphere of truth. Sometimes he is inside the atmosphere, and sometimes he is out.
I am here looking for suggestions on how to fix problems, not just to read columns complaining about them. If you have simpler interests, that's your business.
John, I think you suggestion about how to fix this problem was brilliant. Oh wait, you didn't make a suggestion. Never mind.
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The Armpit of Academia

MrPaul Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 8:17 AM
It is good to know our tax dollars that provide student loans for these kinds of studies are being used so wisely. Armed with this wisdom, graduates should qualify for jobs that will allow them to repay their loans sometime within the next several hundred years.
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Mr. President: Is There a Bear?

MrPaul Wrote: Jul 20, 2014 8:12 AM
Obama is no man.
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Has Citizenship Jumped The Shark?

MrPaul Wrote: Jul 20, 2014 8:04 AM
Your column touched on something friends and I discussed just last night. The minute unaccompanied minors cross the border into this country their parents have broken our laws. Why don't we immediately put out an arrest warrant for them? This wouldn't solve the whole problem, but it would discourage parents who send their kids here with the idea of joining them later.
Don't be hasty Andrew. Beck would set up an impenetrable defense against invaders from Mars.
Being timid could have the same effect.
"The lying makes it an outrage for the ages." Obama's litany of falsehoods will bring new meaning to the term "Presidential Lie-brary.
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