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Ron Paul on the Verge of Going Third Party?

There are 29307 comments on the National Ledger story from Jan 12, 2008, titled Ron Paul on the Verge of Going Third Party?. In it, National Ledger reports that:

Rep. Ron Paul's 1988 Libertarian Presidential campaign started with great promise: A former four-term Republican US Congressman running on the ticket of America's third largest party. via National Ledger

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Crazy n Nutty Politics

North Miami Beach, FL

#29565 Jan 22, 2013
Time for political comedic releif:

CNN)-- A 5-year-old girl chats up classmates while waiting for the bus after school. The topic: Playing with a Hello Kitty "bubble gun" that, with the flick of a finger, blows bubbles everywhere.

"I'll shoot you, you shoot me, and we'll all play together," the kindergartner says.

The next day, that remark -- which was made innocently, according to the lawyer for the girl's family, who related the story -- landed the young central Pennsylvanian child in the principal's office. "

To make a long story short she was first charged with making "terroristic threats". It was downgraded to a suspension.

Wow..is all I can say. A 5 year old doesn't even know what a gun is no less what happened in Newtown. It's friggin Kindergarten.

Liberals on the loose.

*note..she was sent to the school psychologist who determined she was no threat to herself or others. I'm wondering if the school psychologist examined the stupid teachers and principal which deemed this little girl with a pink bubble gun a threat?
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#29566 Jan 22, 2013
Crazy n Nutty Politics wrote:
Time for political comedic releif:
CNN)-- A 5-year-old girl chats up classmates while waiting for the bus after school. The topic: Playing with a Hello Kitty "bubble gun" that, with the flick of a finger, blows bubbles everywhere.
"I'll shoot you, you shoot me, and we'll all play together," the kindergartner says.
The next day, that remark -- which was made innocently, according to the lawyer for the girl's family, who related the story -- landed the young central Pennsylvanian child in the principal's office. "
To make a long story short she was first charged with making "terroristic threats". It was downgraded to a suspension.
Wow..is all I can say. A 5 year old doesn't even know what a gun is no less what happened in Newtown. It's friggin Kindergarten.
Liberals on the loose.
*note..she was sent to the school psychologist who determined she was no threat to herself or others. I'm wondering if the school psychologist examined the stupid teachers and principal which deemed this little girl with a pink bubble gun a threat?
Idiots, just plain idiots sitting as educators in America. I will bet you that they are all over weight and dress like they just left a gypsy caravan in Maceadonia and are liberal socialist.

PS. The Indonesians just sentened a 54 year old Brit woman to death for smuggling dope into the country. Of course she didn't know it was wrong. At least those muslims got it right on that point.
Bill R

Morton, WA

#29567 Jan 24, 2013
Dead thread ..... g'bye!
UidiotRaceMAKEWO RLD

United States

#29568 Jan 25, 2013
Good DAY ! BWHHAHAHAAHHA

Not yet , let pump some live this thread Ok?

Let work Billr? Is that Ok, you get juice from Hiney melons, OK? WBHAHHAHAa

You want juice, i will give.
UidiotRaceMAKEWO RLD

United States

#29569 Jan 25, 2013
QesEtion who take over FOR RON PAUL DUTIES?
UidiotRaceMAKEWO RLD

United States

#29570 Jan 25, 2013
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
I presume .... probably mistakenly ... that you got my point
before you posted back, but let ask this:
Which is worse, IO, a "lobby" consisting of millions of
Americans who contribute together for the defense of a
Constitutional amendment ..... a perfectly legal endeavor
....
or a President who believes he can, by Executive Order,
circumvent the legislative process and essentially ignore
the existence of the Legislative Branch and act like an
imperialist?
Personally, I prefer to first to the latter. I believe you
prefer the latter if he serves your ideology, but oppose him
when he does not. Am I wrong? If not, explain why.
Dam if we all do and damn if we all don't!

Question to you all.

If govt of a nation(s) is corrupted do you support mens to bare arms, and carry assault weapons for protection?
If nation provide prosperity to its people and provision to stand for world stability and need is there still a need for the majority to bare bare arms
UidiotRaceMAKEWO RLDPEACE

United States

#29571 Jan 25, 2013
How about something controversial?
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#29572 Jan 25, 2013
UidiotRaceMAKEWORLD wrote:
<quoted text>Dam if we all do and damn if we all don't!
Question to you all.
If govt of a nation(s) is corrupted do you support mens to bare arms, and carry assault weapons for protection?
If nation provide prosperity to its people and provision to stand for world stability and need is there still a need for the majority to bare bare arms
The operative word here is "IF", but it just so happens that this nation is not squeeky clean and there is no world stability provided by this nation any longer. The right to bear arms as I see it is to keep the government somewhat in line with the constitition. Do not for a second believe that Americans are afraid to take up arm against a false and corrupt government and the politicians in Washington are aware of the fact. Hence the need for them to try to control the general population with bullshit laws. Laws that will be broken faster than they can enact them. So to answer your question, yes there is a need.
Bill R

Morton, WA

#29574 Jan 27, 2013
UidiotRaceMAKEWORLD wrote:
<quoted text>Dam if we all do and damn if we all don't!
Question to you all.
If govt of a nation(s) is corrupted do you support mens to bare arms, and carry assault weapons for protection?
If nation provide prosperity to its people and provision to stand for world stability and need is there still a need for the majority to bare bare arms
Unless you are a Muslim woman living in Yemen
I suspect you'll always have the right to bare arms.
A salt weapon is another matter.
Bill R

Morton, WA

#29575 Jan 28, 2013
UidiotRaceMAKEWORLD wrote:
<quoted text>Dam if we all do and damn if we all don't!
Question to you all.
If govt of a nation(s) is corrupted do you support mens to bare arms, and carry assault weapons for protection?
If nation provide prosperity to its people and provision to stand for world stability and need is there still a need for the majority to bare bare arms
More seriously, IO, do you believe it is the responsibility of
a nation to "provide prosperity to its people" or do you belive
it is the responsibility/obligation of the government to get
the hell out of the way.

I for one do not believe it is the responsibility of the
government to "provide prosperity" to me or to my children.
That is it MY responsibility and THEIR responsibility. I
don't want to be beholden to ANY government for prosperity.
I will take responsibility for myself and my children will
do the same, thank you. I'm sorry if you can't say the
same for yourself or your family. That's a personal problem,
not the responsibility of government OR my responsibility
... tax-wise ... to you. Get your head out of your butt and
your hands off the keyboard and get your hands to work.
Stop being a person who blames and begin to be a person who
takes on the reins of personal responsibility for yourself.
Be a man.
Bill R

Morton, WA

#29576 Jan 28, 2013
EASY MONEY wrote:
<quoted text>
The operative word here is "IF", but it just so happens that this nation is not squeeky clean and there is no world stability provided by this nation any longer. The right to bear arms as I see it is to keep the government somewhat in line with the constitition. Do not for a second believe that Americans are afraid to take up arm against a false and corrupt government and the politicians in Washington are aware of the fact. Hence the need for them to try to control the general population with bullshit laws. Laws that will be broken faster than they can enact them. So to answer your question, yes there is a need.
The word "Constitution" is no longer operative. The
"law" is whatever they choose to make it.

As for me, when my 2nd amendment is abridged I will
report all my personal weapons stolen .... even those
I needed to use today to put down suffering livestock.

I didn't need an assault weapon to do the job, but I
will hold my government responsible for all pain and
suffering and will be damned to do anything more than
I have already done to comply with existing law.

Next time I'll call someone in government to come out
and put down my suffering livestock.
LocalBoy

United States

#29577 Jan 28, 2013
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
The word "Constitution" is no longer operative. The
"law" is whatever they choose to make it.
As for me, when my 2nd amendment is abridged I will
report all my personal weapons stolen .... even those
I needed to use today to put down suffering livestock.
I didn't need an assault weapon to do the job, but I
will hold my government responsible for all pain and
suffering and will be damned to do anything more than
I have already done to comply with existing law.
Next time I'll call someone in government to come out
and put down my suffering livestock.
Total BS, Bill
You will NOT allow a government bureaucrat on your property to do your job, especially if they want to use a weapon. PUHLEASE

"Hi, I am from the bureau of Domestic Projectiles, which one of these cows is suffering ?"

All this talk of guns has created an economic stimulus for the gun manufacturers, complete with wink and nod from the NRA. Smoke and mirrors

Gun control is like abortion, brought out to hide what is really happening knowing it will captivate the audience. Meanwhile, back at the ranch..........the consolidation continues.

An idea......Lets stop paying pensions for veterans and give them an IOU payable is ten years to offset our economic ills.....any thoughts ?
Any war veteran caught protesting will be shot on sight....

Let me remind us of one very important fact - Federal prohibitions have never worked, they are incompetent. If they prohibited guns one thing we know for sure, they will fail......miserably. The fear is that the feds will make guns a "civil right".
LocalBoy

United States

#29578 Jan 28, 2013
Steve wrote:
Poor Peyton Manning. That's the eighth time he's gone one-and-done in the playoffs in twelve postseasons. I wonder what LocalBoy from Indiana thinks about that.
November, 2001
Get a call from a large contracting outfit, very large. They are building a "House" down in the K-Y......need tunnel caps that can carry a swimming pool, oak tree and twelve feet of earth......big load. Want it delivered in 30 days........
I made the delivery, personally, to be met be one the most pompous men, loose term, I have ever met......John Schnatter. He wants me sign a contract restricting me or my men from talking to him and any way.......I was working on a hand shake and PO.

Three companies were bankrupted on that job, one a good friend. All from Schnatter making changes and cheating people of of extra work orders. I got hit for half my order....little less than 30,000. Dude is a total schmuck, third rate punk. He is known as "Papa John" to most, to me is just another elitist whore, only now he totes along his own little prostitute....Mr.Manning. I am loyal follower of Mr.Paul Brown and the institution he left, the Bengals. On that note - Dalton gets one more chance, if he fails ship him to Denver......
LocalBoy

United States

#29579 Jan 28, 2013
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
More seriously, IO, do you believe it is the responsibility of
a nation to "provide prosperity to its people" or do you belive
it is the responsibility/obligation of the government to get
the hell out of the way.
I for one do not believe it is the responsibility of the
government to "provide prosperity" to me or to my children.
That is it MY responsibility and THEIR responsibility. I
don't want to be beholden to ANY government for prosperity.
I will take responsibility for myself and my children will
do the same, thank you. I'm sorry if you can't say the
same for yourself or your family. That's a personal problem,
not the responsibility of government OR my responsibility
... tax-wise ... to you. Get your head out of your butt and
your hands off the keyboard and get your hands to work.
Stop being a person who blames and begin to be a person who
takes on the reins of personal responsibility for yourself.
Be a man.
Which explains my absence.....
Life is good, in spite of the leadership
LocalBoy

United States

#29580 Jan 28, 2013
Bill R wrote:
Newsfront Here: Our county sheriff has
announced that he will not recognize or
enforce any executive orders regarding gun
control from the President. He has informed
all of his employees to ignore such orders.
As is his Constitutional responsibility in fact. The County elected the right person, kudos to you and your neighbors.

We get the government we deserve.
LocalBoy

Covington, IN

#29581 Jan 28, 2013
Easy, as I recall you were straightening me up on the pre 62 Oath - I stand corrected.
UidiotRaceMAKEWO LRDPEACE

United States

#29582 Jan 28, 2013
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
More seriously, IO, do you believe it is the responsibility of
a nation to "provide prosperity to its people" or do you belive
it is the responsibility/obligation of the government to get
the hell out of the way.
I for one do not believe it is the responsibility of the
government to "provide prosperity" to me or to my children.
That is it MY responsibility and THEIR responsibility. I
don't want to be beholden to ANY government for prosperity.
I will take responsibility for myself and my children will
do the same, thank you. I'm sorry if you can't say the
same for yourself or your family. That's a personal problem,
not the responsibility of government OR my responsibility
... tax-wise ... to you. Get your head out of your butt and
your hands off the keyboard and get your hands to work.
Stop being a person who blames and begin to be a person who
takes on the reins of personal responsibility for yourself.
Be a man.
Of course i take responsibility for my own life but have you? But govt signs way the prosperity away from Middle Class, know about signing into place NAFTA, FTA bills...and as taxpayers they pay into system, so?

Have you left you brain in your pockets. BWHAHHHAAA
UidiotRaceMAKEWO LRDPEACE

United States

#29583 Jan 28, 2013
LocalBoy wrote:
<quoted text>Which explains my absence.....
Life is good, in spite of the leadership
Welcome back, long vacation?
UidiotRaceMAKEWO LRDPEACE

United States

#29584 Jan 28, 2013
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
Unless you are a Muslim woman living in Yemen
I suspect you'll always have the right to bare arms.
A salt weapon is another matter.
Hey those women in those unstable country(s) need to protect from threat whether internal and external . Why would I want to be MOOSLIM Yemen Woman? Is your McCarthyism paranoid trip with new twist is rearing its ugly turtle head again? BWHAHHHHAAAA

What with Militaristic US doing in Africa, Middle East, latin America... and now US is going to ASIA, we all over world causing a big mess and ruckus...
Steve

San Francisco, CA

#29585 Jan 29, 2013
BillR, I see that Obama is going to get involved on the immigration issue. His plan will actually be more liberal than the current one in the Senate. Do you think it's smart politics for the GOP to go along with Obama and the Dems this year, or will Obama get all the credit? Should the GOP wait until they have their next presidential candidate lined up to campaign on immigration reform? Perhaps they could even have Rubio as the running mate.

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