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Show this post to anyone who thinks Ron Paul has crazy economic ideas

Ron Paul's understanding of the economy is a matter of public record.

In 1983 he predicted the 1987 recession.

In 1998 he predicted the 2000 dot com crash.

In 2001 he predicted the housing bubble crash and what the Fed would do in response.

And of course he has told us this year Mar. 2012 about the Bond Bubble currently forming.

In fact he has accurately predicted every single economic down turn in the last 3 decades, with an explanation of why he believes they will happen.

No other politician that I know of has this track record. In fact no member of the Federal Reserve has this track record. And most noteworthy there are very few people in the financial sector with this impressive record of accuracy.

To put our trust in the people that never saw these coming to fix the problems makes no sense, especially since their fix is doing more of what Dr. Paul has identified as the cause.

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ytc's picture

Bookmarked for a quick source of reference.

RonPaulFLIX has a great ref page as well.

Now for a foreign policy thread...

Thank you for posting this thread. Now if only, somebody could post something of the sort for anyone who STILL refuses to understand Dr. Paul's foreign policy. It tell you, it's the most aggravating thing to argue about with them.


Amazing just Amazing we need Paul as our president like yesterday.

Great post

Ron Paul 2012

Thanks for putting

this together like that. I posted the first one to my fb. In another week I will post the other and so on. I find if I share this in bits and pieces and even if all they see is the head line, it goes further than me trying to pound this through their stubborn heads. It is a long process, but works. People tend to believe things more when they discover the truths, more or less, on their own.

To Me, It's A Sad State of Affairs,,,

When many Americans would rather vote for slick talking, slick dressing,little federal governmental experienced candidates, than an authority on economics, like Ron Paul.

If you want to go to work, vote for Ron Paul.


good find

I will make good use of this