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Mitt Romney Revolution!

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Look idiot, I can't stand Mitt-for-brains Romney as much as the next guy ...... so I'm not standing up for him, but guess what else? *A LOT* of Dr. Paul's supporters are mormon--like me--so the next time you want to make some stupid comment about doctrine you probably know nothing about, keep it to yourself. Dr. Paul would never try to make fun of somebody's religion. Think about that ......

All About Mormons

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Freedom is my Worship Word!

If you can't take a joke...

You should make sure not to look up the history of your "religion"

Just sayin'

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I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

"Individualism" is a pro-Israeli government troll here

I've run into him several times. So, I don't think he's really an idiot, he's just here doing a 'job' - trying to discredit individualism.

Your an goverment paid Islamist nutjob

trying to give the image of paul supporters being terrorists.

So, what do you 'like' about Ron Paul?

Just curious.

His platform

i want freedom and i want the constitution followed and goverment out of my life as much as possible and Ron Paul offers that opportunity. I would be happy with him or Gary Johnson as president both share the good ol libertarian principles that made this country great.

I am anti war

any war is bad except for self defense and the last time that happened was world war 2 where there was an attack and a declaration of war on the United States.

Wow, you appear to know how to 'shape up' quickly

It's like you're almost a different person than the one that posted in all caps above.

Remind me again what it is you disagree with Ron Paul on?

It was a joke that made some folks mad o well

gold standard, i think people should be able to use the currency they want, he supports free trade but i see that free trade has resulted in mass job loss because every other country has workers that can produce for next to nothing. I don't agree with some parts of social conservatism that he does. i disagree with some more stuff but hes more than past the line of acceptable and more than close enough. the problem with libertarians is that they have focused to much on what they disagree on and that has divided them which has resulted in below 1 percent votes, when atleast 10 percent or more of the country are.

Ron Paul supports the law, which is gold and silver

But he has said he supports competing currencies, if the law could be changed. However, even with competing currencies, history has proven that gold has won out over other currencies, over a span of thousands of years, and would probably do so again.

It's not free trade that has resulted in job loss, it's no trade that has resulted in job loss. We don't produce anything anymore because the Federal Reserve bank counterfeits our money to pay for things. If the Fed and banks were not counterfeiting our money we would necessarily produce more and trade more. And the best trade is that which is free.

What "social conservatism" parts do you disagree with? It sounds like you know your stuff.

(Discrediting doesn't work well, unless you appear to be an actual supporter, as you know)


Abortion although i know killing a baby is messed up its also wrong to allow a child to live without people who want them or force a woman to go through an unprepared birth. i don't see a problem with gays getting married. Although non intervention would be an improvement, i think an Isolationist foreign policy would be better because America has the resources to survive on its own and does not need the rest of the world and that the rest of the world has been more if a hindrance than a help to this country.


Ok, now I remember your previous focus. Surely you know how hard the establishment tries to paint Ron Paul as an isolationist when he's not?

Isolationism is not beneficial, different areas of the world have different resources and talent. To isolate is to make trade worse.

I thnk Romney has recieved PLENTY of breaks concerning religion.

First of all let me mention, I am not Mormon. But I DID consider switching to the faith in the early 1980's. I was very impressed by some Mormons I had met and they inspired me.

I even dragged my (now ex) wife to Salt Lake City in 1981, so see the Tabernacle and the city. It was our vacation that year.

But relgion IS a big deal in American politics, and considering that it was widely believed not so long ago that Evangelical Christian Fundamentalists were most important, I think Romney has been given an unprecedented pass.



9-11 Media Fakery: Did anyone die on 9-11?


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Pysops.. media.. actors.. propagandists... disinfo agents.. fake videos.. fake photos

Yes, it's over!

I'd like to add a comment from Joel Skousen [from his World Affairs Brief at www.worldaffairsbrief.com] on how the Supreme Court Obamacare ruling has energized Mitt's campaign and how it will all fizzle if he get's elected (note PTB here = Powers That Be).


As for the nation, the only alternative now is to try and repeal Obamacare, or repeal certain portions like the penalty tax. That’s doable for the House of Representatives by probably not in the Senate. Much will depend on whether or not Romney gets elected. Given his damaging compromise on the individual mandate in Massachusetts, it is far from certain if he will be able to repeal the mandate and its associated tax.

As the LA Times noted, Romney will ride the repeal effort to its maximum effect: “The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the individual mandate central to President Obama’s health care law carried immediate benefits for Mitt Romney, namely a newly energized Republican electorate and the ability to keep hammering his promise to repeal the law on ‘Day One.’ [That’s the easy part. He still has to get Congress to go along.]

“This is the time of choice for the American people,” the presumptive nominee said during an appearance in Washington D.C. on Thursday. “If you don't want the course that President Obama has put us on, if you want instead a course that the Founders envisioned, then join me in this effort. Help us. Help us defeat Obamacare.”

“But the Supreme Court’s decision also was a reminder of what Romney’s campaign would like Republican voters to forget — that he too embraced an individual mandate in his efforts to win universal healthcare for his state as governor of Massachusetts. The law that was once considered Romney’s signature achievement is one that he now rarely mentions.”

The Republican Governor’s conference is pinning their hopes on Romney too. As the Washington examiner said, “Republican governors are planning to ignore the Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold Obamacare hoping that the issue will drive voters to dump President Obama in favor of Mitt Romney who has vowed to kill the Affordable Care Act. After the decision, the Republican Governors Association said that nothing should be done by the states until after the election, a clear signal that they believe a GOP president, House and Senate will kill the health care reform pushed through by Democrats and opposed by Republicans.”

I personally think that, if elected, Romney will fail to repeal Obamacare. This is another of those causes so dear to the PTB that they won’t take no for an answer. That’s why they got Roberts to switch sides and write this deplorable court ruling.

One thing is for sure: Obamacare will turn into the largest future deficit driver in history. Nothing will be solved in the health care industry and the benefit mentality of free health care will march forward inexorably adding to the total government control scheme.


Yes,unfortunately, It's OVER! At least for this election cycle.


That is why

That Roberts guy voted the way he did. To give his neocon buddy Mittens a boost. He said himself it was not the supreme courts job to handle these matters, they should be handled in the 2012 elections. The neocons are playing high stakes poker and using us as the chips. This is insane. They are playing chicken with the democrats and we are stuck in the middle. Just like in all system collapses.

"But you must remember, my fellow-citizens, that eternal vigilance by the people is the price of liberty, and that you must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing." - Andrew Jackson

Repeal & Replace?

Mitt Romney's campaign remains to be to repeal & replace Obamacare--so the question becomes--replace it with what? You can bet your life on it being another government-run program--just as bad yet far more durable. Even if we help elect Mitt Romney, it'll be a battle to repeal Obamacare and a war to prevent it from being replaced--a war in which we currently have few allies.

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Entirely different than REPEAL...and I've read that somewhere else other than here. Said by Romney...

Susie 4 Liberty

fireant's picture

That's why our message must be clear now...

Get the feds OUT of health care
Leave our medical business alone. Keep your bureaucratic hands off of it. This is State business. Get your nose out of it.

Undo what Wilson did







ytc's picture


Mitt's revolution was OVER from the very beginning ;-)

SteveMT's picture

Funny, how just a one-letter shift changes everything!...

From day to night.

it will be over in November

When Mitt comes in 3rd place.

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Thanks for the laugh! I needed it.

Its all over

Its all over but the picking myself up off the floor from laughing.

Good stuff.



Now it's about the Constitution and the fight to defend it.