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4409 - Ron Paul is starting his own Political Party?

I don't know how to embed so here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsM9SU4YD80

Is Ron Paul going to start his own "political" party? More of an Ideological party In my opinion, I think he is headed that way. I just got a feeling this is going to happen over the next year.

Tell me who you think the first nominee should be? How about Judge Napolitano?

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Forgive me for my ignorance but what is that code for or what does it represent if anything?


I would love to see it

Simpley the Liberty Party

No matter where you go...there you are.

No. He. Isn't.

How many times must it be said by him or others. He is solely focused on changing the Republican Party. Full stop.


He's said countless times that parties don't matter. He just proclaimed on Bloomberg a couple days ago that the GOP is no longer his party. I think he realizes that there is NO reforming those crooks.

I don't play, I commission the league.

Nonsense. Then he has managed

Nonsense. Then he has managed to waste his time and everyone elses time his entire career, not just the last two elections.

He does not give a crap about

He does not give a crap about the Republican party. He just used them to get his message out.

What would be a good name for

What would be a good name for the party? How about the "no compromise party?"

How about the Honest Party?

In honor of 'Honest Ron' of course.

In Liberty


Revolution Party!

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift


The 'Ernest' Party

It will be

The new republican liberty party

I would hope is does not have

I would hope is does not have the term "republican" anywhere near it


adj. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a republic. Favoring a republic as the best form of government.