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Ron Paul: Fed Should Stay Out of Jobs (Video)

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The World is a Vast Insane Asylum...

And the worse patients are running the show! Those lamestream media pundits are getting paid very well for the job they are doing on the American people. What do you expect them to do? Also, the children are being brainwashed, and dumbed down to accept what is now going on in the Airports as we speak,and write. Further, you can not go to the library, and get books by people like the good Dr. Ron Paul for they are not politically correct. Just ask George Soros what he does these things for like having Sarah Palin on his payroll, and we go cheering for her as she and Glenn Beck whose ratings fell like a lead ballon in the past few weeks. He is now talking like he is the inventor of the conspiracy theories, and with Sarah Palin with the good Judge Nepolitano on Freedom Watch. Just who is using who here??? Enough of this for now...

He who sells what isn't his'n, buys it back, or goes to prison!!!...-whzh-

she's one dumb piece of unit


Did you catch that snicker by

Did you catch that snicker by Ron Paul at the End. I think he was amazed that she could claim that there was any controversy that Congress should control the Fed...he just got done explaining that that was their job! After all congress created the monster. Too funny.

This woman

is clueless. Utterly clueless.

I'm beginning to think that to get a job @ MSNBC all you have to do is be pro big government. They all talk the same exact way it's remarkable.

..."It's a philosophy of government problem"...

..."If the people endorse the principles that we should run an empire, and if we're going to run a welfare state, we're going to have a central bank inflating the currency to plan the economy...no, it's not going to work...
...It's not a budgetary problem...the budget is the symptom of the disease...the people have to ask, what should the role of government be?
...the founder's asked that question, and tested the King's idea of the role of government, so we got rid of the King, then we introduced some new ideas, the ideas of Liberty and Independent poeple who would have incentive...but today people have grown soft and dependent and believe the government can bail them out...
...But there's an awakening, and that's what the TEA Party movements all about...people are realizing government can't do it...they fail at just about everything they do...they fail at monetary policy, foreign policy, at fiscal affairs...but it's not budgetary...you can't just tinker on the edge...where we have to come up and waste and fraud and tinker here and there...
...We have to ask, what should the role of government be?
...and there's a good guide and it's called the Constitution.
...You know they tell us what we're allowed to do...
...Article 1 section 8...everything in there that were allowed to do"...


RON2012PAUL...The r3VOLution continues...
"I always win"
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At the end...

...the interviewer attempts to roll Ron's argument into a quick sound byte.."a rather controversial proposal for the congress to get involved in the Fed." Trying to make it sound like Ron is trying to use the big arm of government to fight a problem that ought not involve the government. the double speak and psycho-ops kill me sometimes. it obvious Ron feels the same way by the look on his face as she is saying it. he was just itching to rebuttal.

Yeah, she doesn't get it...

Probably never will. I think he was talking over her head for most of the interview. At least the message is getting out. Now more than ever.

Yeah, she doesn't get it...

Probably never will. I think he was talking over her head for most of the interview. At least the message is getting out. Now more than ever.


has a really good point and one that should be stressed in the near future...Ron needs to just as focused, just as poised, relaxed and deliberate as he was in this interview if he can do that I am sure there is not one debate that the good doctor cannot win....

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@2:20 the good doctor should have

said..."Don"t touch my junk!"

lol... check out the scenery

if you take a look at around 4 minutes when Dr. Paul is driving his point home, the sun comes out and shines and brightens up all the trees in the background... lol..that was my favorite part.
The good doctor is the illuminator... :)

Humility is the cornerstone of a Warriors Strength.

I saw that!

Great observation.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

Lame stream media just do not understand

They are too busy covering the side show to see the forest beyond the trees. When RP says its a philosophy problem they get a deer in the headlights look. "But if the government didn't do all this neat snit what would I talk about all day?"

definitely one of the best interviews yet!

Thanks so much for posting this. It made my day!


It makes me just want to shake these people!

This is so painful - like watching someone bleeding from banging their head against a wall. So the government steps in, mandating that all walls be built using foam. And when buildings collapse they set up new bureaucracies and so on, throwing more money and red tape at the problem.

Then you have a guy like Ron Paul suggest that banging your head against the wall isn't such a good idea and the media says, "oh no, that's too controversial".

If men are good, you don't need government; if men are evil or ambivalent, you don't dare have one.

Spot on

Hahaha. Love the metaphor.

What the role of government...

ought to be? That...is the million dollar question no one up there wants asked...

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey referring to ISIS

Ron Paul seems really relaxed in this one.

He comes across much better this way.

I think it was because the

I think it was because the last time he was on MSNBC it was O'Donnell.

"End the income tax!"

Now THAT is a great idea!

My president has spoken.

This was a great talk by Dr. Paul with many important points like when he said "it's not a budgetary problem - it's a Philosophy of Government problem."

He's absolutely right.

Too bad the bimbo interviewing him couldn't grasp a thing he was saying.

She is a sheeple through and through.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

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thank you.

He's the man.
Joη's picture

°◡° I thank you.

    It must have been bright out there.

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