zipyourlip

Sheridan, AR

#85 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
<quoted text>
if you think the Pauls are like the other Republicans, you really have not seen their records and their speeches. lol!
How many Republicans oppose war, debt, job regulations, taxes, PATRIOT Act, NDAA 2012, or even marijuana/hemp prohibition? LOL! The Pauls do.
I do think that those two, with their deep ties to the oil lobby are exactly what the R after their names represent. Don't be fooled by wolves in sheep's clothing kid, lol! Who could ever forget Rand extolling the virtues of BP, after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill tragedy.
Paul Revere

London, KY

#86 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
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I'll give you a few clips. There are MANY videos of Romney saying he wants war, but you're too lazy to look. And never bothered to even read who your candidate is.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =I0U9k7Jj_40XX
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
That's just a few at the top of my head. And that's not including his '90s ads and debates. Romney wants war and debt like Obama. Either do the homework or keep that foot in your mouth. lol!
I watched your links and found no quotes from Romeny where he explicitly stated that he wanted a war with Iran. I did see him assert several times that to counter an imminent threat to American interests or Israel that he felt he would have the power to launch a strike against Iran. However, a strike and a protracted campaign are two VERY different things.
I would also remind you that we have treaties with friendly nations and allies (like Israel) that we have promised to adhere to. Are you saying we should just ignore those agreements?

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#87 Jan 21, 2013
zipyourlip wrote:
<quoted text>I do think that those two, with their deep ties to the oil lobby are exactly what the R after their names represent. Don't be fooled by wolves in sheep's clothing kid, lol! Who could ever forget Rand extolling the virtues of BP, after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill tragedy.
Ignorance isn't bliss.

Ron Paul doesn't heed to any lobby. Maybe to Gun Owners of America, but even then he doesn't violate our rights with any legislation they have in common. In fact, Ron Paul's reputation, that you never cared to do any research with, is that lobbyists don't even go to Ron Paul's office because he always tells them "no".

His son doesn't have that reputation. However, he has upset many lobbyists, including oil ones, with his own votes and floor speeches. And when you look at his voting record it is pro-liberty.

Please use facts. Also, these two are the only members of Congress (with the exception of Rep. Howard Coble, another Republican) who waives their salaries. And Ron Paul even waived his pensions. Right now, in Ron Paul's retirement, our taxes aren't going to pay for a lifetime salary for him.

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#88 Jan 21, 2013
Paul Revere wrote:
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I watched your links and found no quotes from Romeny where he explicitly stated that he wanted a war with Iran. I did see him assert several times that to counter an imminent threat to American interests or Israel that he felt he would have the power to launch a strike against Iran. However, a strike and a protracted campaign are two VERY different things.
I would also remind you that we have treaties with friendly nations and allies (like Israel) that we have promised to adhere to. Are you saying we should just ignore those agreements?
The foreign policy *fact* that Iran is not a threat shows Romney wants a war with Iran. If you look at our histories, the United States have been belligerents in many wars, while the country of Iran has never attacked another country. Not to mention OUR bases surround them, while they have no soldiers stationed around our country. And it was our own Congress who gave the green light for Halliburton to sell Iran nuclear technology few years ago. Romney is a pro-war, pro-debt big-government politician. You can deny the facts all you want, but it doesn't change the facts. lol!

Facts are friends, not enemies.

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#89 Jan 21, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Remember...?
If you still think Republicans and Democrats are different, you might want to get the sands out of your ears. Politicians from both major parties are bad, neither are good.

zipyourlip

London, KY

#90 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
<quoted text>
Ignorance isn't bliss.
Ron Paul doesn't heed to any lobby. Maybe to Gun Owners of America, but even then he doesn't violate our rights with any legislation they have in common. In fact, Ron Paul's reputation, that you never cared to do any research with, is that lobbyists don't even go to Ron Paul's office because he always tells them "no".
His son doesn't have that reputation. However, he has upset many lobbyists, including oil ones, with his own votes and floor speeches. And when you look at his voting record it is pro-liberty.
Please use facts. Also, these two are the only members of Congress (with the exception of Rep. Howard Coble, another Republican) who waives their salaries. And Ron Paul even waived his pensions. Right now, in Ron Paul's retirement, our taxes aren't going to pay for a lifetime salary for him.
Ron Paul was on the ballot in all 50 states, why was he so gutless not to mount a third party candidacy as a Libertarian? I'll tell you why, it was his allegiance to the Republican Party, the same folks that gave him no voice at their convention in Tampa. Republicans and Paulbots are one in the same, bank on it!
zipyourlip

London, KY

#91 Jan 21, 2013

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#92 Jan 21, 2013
zipyourlip wrote:
<quoted text>Ron Paul was on the ballot in all 50 states, why was he so gutless not to mount a third party candidacy as a Libertarian? I'll tell you why, it was his allegiance to the Republican Party, the same folks that gave him no voice at their convention in Tampa. Republicans and Paulbots are one in the same, bank on it!
Your ignorance is not flattering. lol! He did run as a Libertarian in 1988, even if not for that, he knows the *fact* that no third party can win. Because BOTH Republicans and Democrats are corrupt politicians who own Congress and the FEC.

I have given facts, you are in denial. You have uneducated opinions and I have tried to talk civilly with you. I will not reply to you no further. Thank you for the discussion.

Argument tip: belligerent name-calling makes YOU loook doltish, not the one9s) you're name-calling.
zipyourlip

London, KY

#93 Jan 21, 2013

“Boogie Chill'un”

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Since: Dec 08

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#94 Jan 21, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Democrats good, Republicans bad
Remember...?
I can't decide which of your last two posts is the best....lmaooooooooo!!!!!!!

Good stuff .....and I think you're on to something there... all of his incessant rambling makes sense now. This can be the only logical explanation for such illogical, irrational fanaticism.

“Boogie Chill'un”

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#95 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
<quoted text>
If you still think Republicans and Democrats are different, you might want to get the sands out of your ears. Politicians from both major parties are bad, neither are good.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =uQ4aqbDOFe0XX
.....he was referring to what the "doctors" repeated in zipper's ear over and over during his days as a government experiment subject, lol.

“Boogie Chill'un”

Level 6

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#96 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
<quoted text>
Your ignorance is not flattering. lol! He did run as a Libertarian in 1988, even if not for that, he knows the *fact* that no third party can win. Because BOTH Republicans and Democrats are corrupt politicians who own Congress and the FEC.
I have given facts, you are in denial. You have uneducated opinions and I have tried to talk civilly with you. I will not reply to you no further. Thank you for the discussion.
Argument tip: belligerent name-calling makes YOU loook doltish, not the one9s) you're name-calling.
....not to mention the duopoly's control of the debate commission and lamestream media. It would take a grassroots effort....it was almost there in '92 had Perot not temporarily pulled out of the race. The political environment and the people's distaste for Washington right now is about where it was then. In fact, had people listened 'then, we may have more manufacturing jobs now. You get the sheeple to wake up again, you have a chance. I'm doing my part to kick them in their pants. I am going to stay vocal and confrontational in an effort to get people to actually re-learn to think for themselves and realize what's going on around them. If they don't, they may as well bend over and take it like a man or woman.

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#97 Jan 21, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
<quoted text>.....he was referring to what the "doctors" repeated in zipper's ear over and over during his days as a government experiment subject, lol.
Oh, lol. Well that makes sense. lol!
zipyourlip

London, KY

#98 Jan 21, 2013

“Boogie Chill'un”

Level 6

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#99 Jan 21, 2013
KennyKelly3 wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, lol. Well that makes sense. lol!
Perfect sense, right? lol
zipyourlip

London, KY

#100 Jan 21, 2013
That the Paul campaign, well-financed but not well-received by voters, would be bankrolled by Thiel makes perfect sense. Thiel, who is openly gay and Christian, has spent his considerable wealth on a number of mainstream and unorthodox causes including the Methuselah Foundation, a research organization that seeks to extend the human lifespan to 1,000 years; the Committee to Protect Journalists; gay-rights groups such as the American Foundation for Equal Rights and GOProud; the Seasteading Institute, an organization set on building small floating countries in the middle of the sea for a "vivid, wilde-eyed dream" of a Libertarian island........Perhaps JJ and Kenny can get Thiel to take them to their little floating countries and they can all gave a wonderful play date together (winky, winky):)

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#101 Jan 21, 2013
If only there were more libertarian billionaires, like Peter Thiel. We do have some, but yeah. lol!

“Boogie Chill'un”

Level 6

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#102 Jan 21, 2013
zipyourlip wrote:
That the Paul campaign, well-financed but not well-received by voters, would be bankrolled by Thiel makes perfect sense. Thiel, who is openly gay and Christian, has spent his considerable wealth on a number of mainstream and unorthodox causes including the Methuselah Foundation, a research organization that seeks to extend the human lifespan to 1,000 years; the Committee to Protect Journalists; gay-rights groups such as the American Foundation for Equal Rights and GOProud; the Seasteading Institute, an organization set on building small floating countries in the middle of the sea for a "vivid, wilde-eyed dream" of a Libertarian island........Perhaps JJ and Kenny can get Thiel to take them to their little floating countries and they can all gave a wonderful play date together (winky, winky):)
Huh, I thought the Democrats were "tolerant", "open to gay rights", and "compassionate". Yet, here you are, AGAIN, using hate speech against gays and slurs. But hey, you contradict yourself nearly every time you post, so why should this one be any different?(wink, wink)

Now, get back to your government suggested "books on tape" and just keep repeating that phrase you hear but don't hear on them...

Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad

.....such a good little robotic DNC sheeple you are zipper....I never realized just how much you liked having things crammed down your throat and told what to believe until just now...lolololololol
zipyourlip

London, KY

#103 Jan 21, 2013
JumperJuice wrote:
<quoted text>Huh, I thought the Democrats were "tolerant", "open to gay rights", and "compassionate". Yet, here you are, AGAIN, using hate speech against gays and slurs. But hey, you contradict yourself nearly every time you post, so why should this one be any different?(wink, wink)
Now, get back to your government suggested "books on tape" and just keep repeating that phrase you hear but don't hear on them...
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
Democrat good, all other ideas bad
.....such a good little robotic DNC sheeple you are zipper....I never realized just how much you liked having things crammed down your throat and told what to believe until just now...lolololololol
JJ, you and Kenny have my blessing and the blessing of my party to play hide the sausage in the old brown eye if you wish. I have no doubt that those in the mainstream have the problem with Libertarian floating countries, lol. Is it any wonder why you are viewed as the lunatic fringe, and why nobody is listening?

“Statism is slavery”

Since: Jan 13

Somerset, KY

#104 Jan 21, 2013
zipyourlip wrote:
<quoted text>JJ, you and Kenny have my blessing and the blessing of my party to play hide the sausage in the old brown eye if you wish. I have no doubt that those in the mainstream have the problem with Libertarian floating countries, lol. Is it any wonder why you are viewed as the lunatic fringe, and why nobody is listening?
Nice. You do know the mainstream media does not reflect the people, but of their multi-national corporations right? I hope you're not saying you get your information and connotation from Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, USA Today and other national newspapers, or from the Huffington Post and other nationally-recognized online sources. LOL!

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