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What Ron Paul Gets Wrong

Tincan Joey Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 8:50 PM
Per Merriam-Webster - Secession: formal withdrawal from an organization. Sounds like the Declaration of Independence to me. Sure we had a Revolution in 1776; which included succession, revolt, and war. Blackwell is an establishment idiot splitting hairs on secession and revolution. He is following the party line to put down Paul at any turn. But why not get an early start on alienating Ron Paul's supporters for 2016? It worked so well for the GOP in 2008 and 2012, didn't it? Of course if you push them out the door,, sick the dog on them, and call the police to have them removed......don't whine when they don't show up for your "I love the status quo" party in 2016.
Corbett_ Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 8:57 PM
The GOP never learns.

This was their election to lose and lose it they did. They were told before they did it that if they nominated another Obama-lite, people would stay away from the polls in droves. But they nominated the epitome of an establishment Republican and people stayed away in droves. Stupid is as stupid does. And the GOP is not called the stupid party for nothing...
Tincan Joey Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:04 PM
They might as well start printing up yard signs that read John McLame #3 for president, 2016.
Corbett_ Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:07 PM
Tincan,

Actually, they knew going in that the one man in America less popular than McCain was Romney. They nominated him anyway. The GOP is chock full of morons.
Tincan Joey Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:16 PM
They didn't even follow sound strategy. When was the last time a Republican won the POYUS who wasn't from a HUGE electoral vote state? Maybe Eisenhower (Kansas)?
Tincan Joey Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:17 PM
Ronald484 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 9:53 PM
Corbett_ Wrote: (9:07 PM)
"Actually, they knew going in that the one man in America less popular than McCain was Romney."

Romney was the most popular candidates among Republicans, as evidenced by his winning more primaries than any othe candidate. Among the least popular was Ron Paul, as evidences by his failure to win any primaries.d
Tincan Joey Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 10:27 PM
Too bad being popular with the establishment doesn't win the election.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:39 AM
TJ and Corbett_,

I hope that you are wrong, and that the GOP can be turned to liberty. I feel in my heart that you are right, but the good fight to be fought is for the heart and soul of the GOP, fail tho we might.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 11:40 AM
"Among the least popular was Ron Paul"

Fraud fraud fraud, and a media complicit in that fraud.

Paul still draws crowds of 10,000. Romney, not so much.

Congressman Ron Paul has just delivered his valedictory address in the House of Representatives. And he has told TV interviewers that the American Revolution was a wonderful example of secession. He's a much better OB/GYN, I'm sure, than he is a student of America's history. He could be cited for political malpractice.

If the Founding Fathers and the Patriots who fought and won the Revolution were seceding, why is it that none of them ever called it secession? They certainly had the word back then. They invoked the well-known right of revolution. They had read their John Locke and their Montesquieu,...