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Ron Paul - Jill Stein Unity Peace, Constitution, and Recovery Ticket

A Dazzling Political Pirouette for Jill Stein and Ron Paul: Unity Peace, Constitution, Recovery.


"Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein recently called Audit the Fed HR 459 a "no-brainer." She is the only candidate who has debated Mitt Romney, as a candidate for governor of Massachusetts, and says "it's easy to debate a robot." A Left-Right unity ticket focusing on just four areas as the US agenda, and agreeing to work for these alone, would, to the surprise of many, make an easy marriage of the Green Party and Ron Paul's Revolution..."

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All I ask from my friends is to not vote for a murderer.

I'll probably vote for Johnson, but I definitely support my friends voting for Jill Stein. A vote for Jill Stein is still a vote against the establishment. It's a way of giving a big middle finger to the entire system. It says "I know what's going on, and I don't like either of you".

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I'm tallking about a Paul-Stein ticket, nothing legally in

the way. Stein steps down to VP, gives Paul her ballot slot because it shoots both of them like meteorites into the big time. Stein's present VP gets promised Secretary of State. Parties can do it as long as everyone agrees its a win win.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali

I like the Paul Stein platform presented

- Pull all US troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan, focus on friendly trade only. Close at least half of the 700 US military bases around the world. Audit the Pentagon.

- Roll back the Patriot Act, NDAA indefinite military detention of American citizens, the deployment of surveillance drones in US skies, and the expansion of the TSA. Give a speech on the meaning of the Bill of Rights in a monthly radio broadcast.

- Pass Audit the Federal Reserve.

- End the bank bail-outs

(I would end the Fed and the TSA, but it is a good start)
as a bonus, they are both doctors. Dr. Paul and Dr. Stein

Stein should pick up the phone right now and offer Ron

the top slot in a Unity ticket, because he is polling 18% and it would put her in the debates. The Greens will never get another shot like this to go big time national so they can talk about the military-industrial complex which is what they love to do.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali

If James Madison were alive, he line you and Jill Stein up next

to each other and slap you both in the face.

You obviously have not read the Constitution he wrote, and Ms. Stein obviously hasn't either.

If I'm wrong, and the two of you HAVE read it - you have no clue what any of it means.

You post EVERYTHING except.....

... what Ron Paul wants and has admonished us to do.

Ron Paul spent millions of dollars to build the Campaign for Liberty FOR US.

Yet you post distractor and divider after distractor after divider: everything EXCEPT what it is Ron Paul has actually recommended us to work on.

Now, you're here promoting a socialist and your best reply is "you don't understand."

What's next, should we worship a toilet boil because that's what liberty people do (according to you)?

BUZZ OFF TROLL. Stop trying to distract and divide the movement.


Jill Stein is a socialist


“It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till." -J.R.R. Tolkien

You beat me to it. LOL Thank

You beat me to it. LOL Thank you.

Blessings )o(

She is also a constitutionalist and anti-Fed

Mitt Romney is more of a socialist than Jill. It's called totalitarian.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali

You can not be a socialist

You can not be a socialist and still be a Constitutionalist. Socialism is defined by redistributing wealth. A Constitutionalist respects private property rights. They are opposite ends of the spectrum.

Socialism play /ˈsoʊʃəlɪzəm/ is an economic system characterised by social ownership and cooperative management of the means of production,[1] and a political philosophy advocating such a system. "Social ownership" may refer to cooperative enterprises, common ownership, direct public ownership or autonomous state enterprises.


Blessings )o(

Your understanding of American politics is very poor.

She against redistribution of wealth upward through trillion dollar bail-outs which is the main form of redistribution which has been taking place. The biggest form of welfare taking place is hand-outs for the rich. She does not believe in centralized means of production, nor fascism like Obama and Romney who support NDAA and assassination of American citizens. Those are the real socialists. Hitlers fascism was called national socialism.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali

Excellant Answer

What some people call 'Socialism' is just simple basic accountability for the criminal class, and the crooked Cooperations that have raped and paraylzed this wretched Country.

But all the wealth has been systematically concentrated into the hands of the top 1%-2% in this Country deliberately, by the Federal Reserve Monopoly, by the War Establishment, by the Cartels, by the Mulitnational Corporations, and by the Rockefeller-Rothschild Think Tanks. So it is not 'Socialism' to try and break that vicious cycle, by making a badly overdue alteration to the Tax Code, or holding Corporations to some set of basic rules.

And it is not Socialism to have protections for the workers, or have a simple program like Social Security to keep millions of people from poverty, and starvation (since very few people are rich enough to survive for many years....merely on savings from their paychecks). Even Ron Paul admitted, that he collects his Social Security check.

But all the real "hand outs" in this Country are the things which are done for the benefit of the Corporations, like Wars, outsourcing our Jobs overseas, tax shelters, and the crooked Financial system (Wall Street). Can you say Halliburton? Can you say Exxon-Mobil? (which makes of 300 Billion in profits, and Pays zero Taxes).

Dr. Jill Stein is similiar on the issues to Dennis Kucinich (an honest man). She would be a better President for the working class in this Country than either Mitt Romney, Obama, Rand Paul, or even Ron Paul (who refused to even try to fight Mitt Romney, once he got a one-on-one contest).

The fact that most Americans are too stupid to even recognize that is the reason why what's left of the 'middle-class', the poor and the afflicted in this Country will always continue to be willful victims, have an increasingly lower standard of living, and the Elites will always pirate away their livelyhoods like prey.

Oh but we all have our little shiny iPhones and iPads don't we....

It's a Dumb Country, folks.

There is no provision in our

There is no provision in our free market capitalist country, or our Constitution, for an economic bill of rights or a right to a living wage. To implement that you are forcing business owners into more regulations and denying them the right to property. A green, sustainable economy is how they are wording Agenda 21 regulations all across our country. Its a trap to deprive people of the right to do as they wish with their businesses and land. She is also encouraging protest with Unions and is protesting at the RNC convention against "poverty" politics. Ridiculous. Lassaiz faire capitalism is not poverty politics. She's another deluded soul who feels that people are owed something for nothing. She wants Medicare for all, so she wants to force you to pay for someone else's healthcare. That is making slaves of one group to benefit another. And someone really needs to tell her we are NOT a democracy. No thank you to Jill Stein.

This from her FB page ~
Jill Stein
Do you support a transition to a green, sustainable economy? An Economic Bill of Rights including the right to a living wage and Medicare-for-all? And a functioning democracy that's not owned by corporate interests? Then you support Jill Stein's Green New Deal! Please SHARE & DONATE to create a just, sustainable future!

Blessings )o(

You are shuffling chairs on the deck of sinking Titanic

We just hemorrhaged another $16 trillion the Fed gave to 1% bankers, some of them not even AMERICAN BANKS. The entire federal budget is only $4 trillion and you are worried about her plan for long-term sustainability.

Didn't you see the Pentagon is war-gaming for economic chaos and martial law. Jill Stein wants to end the Fed just like Ron. If you go far enough left you get back to right.

Pentagon war games:

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.
-- Muhammad Ali

I agree with you

Republicans are always going after the small potatoes to distract people from what they are really doing. The biggest welfare recipients are the banks and corporations. So lets go after the little guy. It is the same with the Republicans trying to avoid voter fraud when the real problem is their own election fraud.

I do agree with the fact that Libertarians don't support any type of redistribution. However, most here are Republicans it seems.

Still, we need to turn this ship around and get the power back to the people. End the fed, End the wars. Get out of Debt. And that just might mean making coalitions with others who don't necessarily agree with every last thing on. People forget that Presidents can't just do everything by themselves. I am all for getting all the 3rd parties together to support one ticket to run against these guys. It is too late for that though. Too bad. If they could somehow pull off some states then they can get their electors to make a deal. But that isn't likely either.