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Daily Paul Radio Interview with 2004 WSOP Champion Greg Raymer 'All In For Freedom'

Greg Raymer professional poker player 2004 WSOP Champion , a member of the Board of Directors for The Poker Players Alliance joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘All In For Freedom' to discuss poker freedom and internet freedom. He also discusses the deeper issue of liberty and the proper role of government and his hope that Ron Paul wins the nomination and beats Obama.

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It's none of their business

The problem with congress is they think everything is their business, and they have the right to legislate on any topic at all. Maybe they should pass a law that says congress shall make no law! Oh wait... the Constitution did that... maybe they should read it!

What good is Freedom of the press, if the Press will not Press For Freedom? - UR


Ask not what your government can do for the people, ask what can the people do for the people. - UR

If Government Touches Something,

expect trouble. In the interview, the argument went to say that "who cares if an adult takes drugs as long as he does not give children." The government (and progressives) will counter-argue, that by destroying oneself, he is forcing his family dependents to go on government assistance, denying government tax money from his lost employment and eventually himself becoming dependent on the government programs.
So as soon the government put its leg in the door, you cannot close it.

Ron should show up

to the debate tonight with some of those crazy glasses Raymer wears. Oh - except Ron never bluffs so he doesn't need glasses. Maybe he should bring three sets for the others.

Bill Frist's 11th hour addition to the Safe Port Act in 2006...

Was the effective killer of online poker as we know it. It was the passage of this act that pushed my ideology more towards libertarianism than any other event.

The act made it illegal for US banks to send money to gambling related operations under the thought that because these operations were not regulated, the money could not be tracked or traced and "terrorists" could launder money this way.

For the record, Ron Paul did vote for the Safe Port Act.

Who are we?

Ron Paul didn't leave the Libertarian Party. The Libertarian Party left him. I know many in the LP who are backing Gingrich, willing to accept bad legislation if it's a backwards step in the right direction, and think that the government should do just a little bit of meddling in our lives.

This movement is about freedom, and Ron Paul gets it, and others who get it follow his lead. There is NO party that gets it. Considering that, we should not be promoting the Libertarian candidate just to support the Libertarian Party. The party and the candidates will always be there, but how long will there be a leader speaking the whole truth? How long until the light is extinguished, and all parties decay into greed?

I am not a Libertarian. I am a libertarian. I will carry the card as a matter of convenience, but I pledge no allegiance to the party.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

Ron needs to get these votes!

The recent crack down on online poker really demonstrates the dangers of government intrusion into personal behaviors.

Online poker players are PRIME Paul voters.
This issue is of utmost importance to thousands of people.

Ron should get the huge majority of poker players votes.


Loved the interview!


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