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  1. #14
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    [QUOTE=easyrider;13235691. If an Obama win is what it takes to Wake Up the Establishment GOP then I'm all for it.
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    just as I said a vote for Ron paul is a votefor Obama.

    Your talking out both sides of your mouth acting like your not a liberal but then thats just what a liberal does.... lie ,lie , lie and if someone questions it .... keep lying. Just another axample of liberal MISS DIRECTION

    oh and OBAMA is still a SOCIALIST LYING LIBERAL DIRTBAG

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyrider View Post
    Not true, a Vote for Ron Paul is a vote for Liberty. A vote for Ron Paul is a vote against the status quo. A vote for Ron Paul is a vote against the establishemnt. A vote for Ron Paul is a vote for economic freedom.
    The GOP need to be shaken up. They have lost thier way. If an Obama win is what it takes to Wake Up the Establishment GOP then I'm all for it.
    If voting for Dr. Paul happens to help Obama so be it. There is not a significant difference between Obama and Romney. There agenda's are fundamentally the same. Romney is just Obama light.
    The GOP deserves to lose for nominating Romney. Ron Paul is their only chance of winning. The GOP would rather lose with Romney than win with Paul. Paul is a thread to the power in Washington. He is a threat to the status quo.
    The election campaign is a separate function from the presidency. For some people, the election is more important than the presidency, because it's the only chance they have to make an impact-bearing statement about what is best for the country. Unfortunately, it can also be a commitment to suicide.

    When Patrick Henry said "Give me liberty or give me death," he was advocating a fight for independence from England. He was ready to make that commitment. But that was the only option available for replacing the commander in chief.

    Nowadays, we can just vote him out. We have political voices. With the development of the internet, we have more power at our disposal than ever before.

    We're also less patient.

    It would be nice if we could kick out the tyrant and replace him with the best man in one fell swoop. But when you can't do both, why opt for neither?

    The Serenity Prayer is always good advice for people who find themselves in frustrating positions:
    God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
    Courage to change the things I can,
    And wisdom to know the difference.

    If you want to live to fight another day, sooner or later you have to stop banging your head against the wall.
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    If you want Obama out, a primary vote for Paul is more likely to get you there. Republicans are going to vote for whoever is next to the R on the ticket, so for that vote, it really doesn't matter who is there. Democrats are NOT going to vote for Romney... A lot of democrats are likely to vote Ron Paul over Obama. Independants who are sick of either party, and the political games, are likely to choose Paul over Obama given that choice - and would be split otherwise.

    The way I see it, the next president of the united states will be Ron Paul, or Barack Obama.

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    unfortunatley i found out that this latest effort by the delegates was just a stunt to allow Ron Paul to speak during the convention.
    the delegates are just like electoral voters, if they don't vote the way their district votes, they could lose their position.
    they are all expected to vote for Romney.


    if Ron Paul is in the race, one way or another, i will vote for him.
    because my soul is more important then somone's percieved perception of an election.

    i'm not going to waste my democratic rights voting for some crook, because someone says the other guy is "worse"

    Obama is running unopposed in this election, they same way Bush was unopposed when Kerry surfaced.

    voting for the lesser evil is not working.

    i'll be voting for no evil

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraziFuzzy View Post
    If you want Obama out, a primary vote for Paul is more likely to get you there. Republicans are going to vote for whoever is next to the R on the ticket, so for that vote, it really doesn't matter who is there. Democrats are NOT going to vote for Romney... A lot of democrats are likely to vote Ron Paul over Obama. Independants who are sick of either party, and the political games, are likely to choose Paul over Obama given that choice - and would be split otherwise.

    The way I see it, the next president of the united states will be Ron Paul, or Barack Obama.
    That is some "crazifuzzy" math you got there. Pretty much everyone including his campaign manager has conceded what over ninety percent of the rest of us has known for years, Ron Paul wont win. Paul supporters bring denial to a new level. But I will admit I admire their loyalty. In the real world this time its either Obama or Romney. Personally I would prefer Romney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    That is some "crazifuzzy" math you got there. Pretty much everyone including his campaign manager has conceded what over ninety percent of the rest of us has known for years, Ron Paul wont win. Paul supporters bring denial to a new level. But I will admit I admire their loyalty. In the real world this time its either Obama or Romney. Personally I would prefer Romney.
    I know ron paul won't win. My point was that if romney is the republican nominee, the obama wins. Ron paul was the only one on the republican ticket that had a shot at taking votes away from obama.

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