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Republicans Who Say They Like Ron Paul Except His Foreign Policy Are Really Democrats!

People who say they like Ron Paul except his foreign policy happen to be the same people who support whoever Faux News tells them to (Romney and Ryan). These "Republican" politicians promoted by Faux News always happen to support spending just as much if not more than their Democrat counterparts in DC. We also know their foreign policy is the same as democrats. This means there is no difference between whoever Faux News tells these people to support and anyone from the Democrat Party. So, what do you say the next time a Republican tells you they like Ron Paul except his foreign policy? Tell them to join the Democrat Party!




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Exactly! Who started the wars? Bush JR--biggest RINO of them all

That's all you need to tell these losers.

GW's record is so atrocious and Obama-like only the ones who hate black people and think there is a muslim hiding in their closet will side with him.

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Fight the Ron Paul blackout on the Daily Paul (now 'P AU L'), put his removed poster back as your avatar:
http://www.mediafire.com/?9ir62bp8nshv83m

You really need

to stop perpetuating this left-right paradigm.

The Republicrats (statists) work for the same evil forces seeking to control us by dividing and conquering. We are being used like pawns while they employ the Hegelian dialectic philosophy against us; making you think you have a choice when actually you don't. We, the cattle, are being herded in exactly the direction they want us to go by accepting these false choices that are presented to us. Our controllers are neonazis for the most part with a stated goal of undermining all free republics by socializing (communism) the world using private central banks to issue their currencies at interest (usury).

The real enemy and what we should be focusing on is central banking and those handful of elitist families that control it. Take away their ability to finance (cheap money for the very few at the top) their agenda (warfare/welfare) and it will collapse.

Do not buy into their paradigm. It is all an illusion. We must decide not to play their rigged game any longer and opt out. Resist, resist, resist at every turn and watch the illusion they have created shatter.

Larken Rose sums it up in one sentence:
"The problem is not those in power, the problem is right between your ears."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5FNDRgPOLs&list=FL4wdZ0dK3HG...

"The problem is not those in power, the problem is right between your ears." ~Larken Rose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5FNDRgPOLs&list=FL4wdZ0dK3HG...

You read it wrong. Its about

You read it wrong. Its all about breaking the left-right paradigm.

Most on both sides lead unexamined lives

They lack core philosophies and only understand they are on one team and others are on the other team. It goes only that far. If the R party announced tomorrow that socialism is now conservatism, the R masses would agree and, once the right-wing media had adequately programmed them, argue with you about why socialism is great and the only thing "true" conservatives believe.
We live in a dumbed-down culture and should therefore not be shocked when most of us are dumb. BTW--the dumbing down didn't skip any of us, so don't go thinking you're special (not op, anybody)

the lemmings all cheered

when they thought robama said "bring the troops home tomorrow"

"The two weakest arguments for any issue on the House floor are moral and constitutional"
Ron Paul

Nice line

And it is true in that today's Republican neocons are no different than the Scoop Jackson Democrats of yesterday. Or as Pat Buchanan called them, "boat people from the McGovern revolution."

Wait, so Barry Goldwater

Wait, so Barry Goldwater should have been a Democrat? I think your statement is a little harsh.

bump--

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it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Think of It this Way

There is a political scale from 0 to 10, like a line on a piece of paper.At the far left is Anarchy- no government, no laws, survival of the fittest. At the far right is Tyranny- government and law control every aspect of your life from cradle to grave. The D and R Parties are holding hands near the middle of the scale and are both slowly marching together towards tyranny. There is no discernable difference between them except political rhetoric.

What's you point?

Republicans and Democrats are millimeters away from each other on the political scale anyway. Can you see any significant differences between the policies of Obama and past voting record of Mitt Romney? Maybe Romney is a Democrat, or Obama is a Republican. It's hard to tell anymore.

That is the point. The next

That is the point. The next time a neocon accuses you that you/Ron Paul are not a Republican because of views on foreign policy you should hit them right back by telling them that they should join the Democrat party (because of what is explained). They are the ones who are not Republicans.You must speak to them in their language to break them from the false left-right paradigm.