I’m sure by now regular readers are well aware that Texas Congressman Ron Paul is serving out his 12th -- and final -- term in the House of Representatives and will soon retire from public life. Somewhat unexpectedly, however, during his humble and moving final speech on the House floor a few days ago, I was surprised to hear him speak, among other things, about his “failure” to rein in the size and scope of government during his long and distinguished political career. To some extent this is undoubtedly true -- after all, the United States is headed straight...
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I like how Republican voters still don't get it. I really I do. They don't seem to understand that they will never win another election again. Who in their right mind would vote for a party that stands for absolutely nothing, except getting elected? The morons actually based their campaign on jobs when only 8.5% of the population is unemployed (half of which don't want to work). And have done nothing for the 53% that pay taxes. What good are jobs when we can't keep the money? And this party claims to represent the majority. Who's that? The party represents nothing (certainly none of us).
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