Urban Dictionary the voice of the people?Submitted by AmerIcan555 on Tue, 06/26/2012 - 01:09
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A puppet picked by the Global Elite to fastened the process of globalization. He is on the Council of Foreign Relations which advocates world government throught its think tank. It published Foreign Affairs magazine. He is not the "Radical Ismalist anti-christ" that ignorant right-wingers claim and is definately not the "most radical democrat" that will end the Iraq occupation. He is but another pawn in place to perpetuate the right and left mirage in US domestic politics. His foreign policy is just as aggressive and detrimental as any other puppets.
Ignorant people will vote for him because his empty rhetorical speeches promise change ( while he lives his life by the status quo) that he will never institute. He is an uncle tom in every sense. Any black man voting for him should follow him closely before selling out.
When he takes office, Barack Obama will continue the exact foreign policy of previous puppet presidents which used IMF, WB, and other supra-national institutions to impose economic colonialism and detrimental poicies on "developing" nation-states.
3. -- SNIP -- He was elected based on a concept of changing the political nature of the US government. However, since being elected, he has shown no change whatsoever from the way that things have always been. In actuality, his public comments have been strikingly similar to those of George W. Bush.
Mitt Romney is a tool.
2. To change your position in order win favors or votes.
"She told Jane she hated Madonna. The she pulls a Mitt Romney and tells me she loves Madonna."
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╔ ♥ RON PAUL ♥ ╗
Ronald Ernest Paul (born August 20, 1935) is a 10th-term Congressman, obstetrician (M.D.), and a 2008 presidential candidate from the U.S. state of Texas, seeking the nomination of the Republican Party.
As a Republican, he has represented Texas's 14th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives since 1997, and represented Texas's 22nd district in 1976 and from 1979 to 1985.
Paul advocates a limited role for the federal government, low taxes, free markets, a non-interventionist foreign policy, and a return to monetary policies based on commodity-backed currency. He has earned the nickname "Dr. No" because he is a medical doctor who votes against the bills that he believes conflict with the Constitution.1 In the words of former Treasury Secretary William Simon, Paul is the "one exception to the Gang of 535" on Capitol Hill.2 He has never voted to raise taxes or congressional pay, and refuses to participate in the congressional pension system.3 He has consistently voted against the USA PATRIOT Act, the Military Commissions Act of 2006, and the Iraq War.
Person 1: "Here's a tough question: name a person currently in our government who actually upholds the constitution, is incredibly intelligent, and listens to the wisdom of the founding fathers."
Person 2: "HAHAHA!! Everyone knows no such person exists anymore, they all died with our freedoms and liberties."
Person 1: "Actually, there is one person left who represents those characteristics-- his name is Ron Paul, and he's running for president."
- More than 51% of "the people" are morons, but at least in a republic we don't have to worry about them..