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Who do we have for 2016

My vote is for Rand. It is the natural progression of life, the tea party wannabee sheep love him, we need their millions. simple fact. Argue away "no one but Ron Paul crowd", by the way, you are being selfish.




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ecorob's picture

Forget Rand...he won't amount to anything...much.

You've got ME!

And I'm one bad MF and I WILL make a difference.

Now, everyone repeat what I just said.

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

ecorob's picture

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its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

No one if Romney wins

No one if Romney wins

Ventura 2012

ecorob's picture

romnie only wins if they cheat...

wait a minute, damn...they ALWAYS cheat!

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

Ive been thinking about 2016 a lot lately

there are a few people that could potentially step up and be capable and trusted enough to lead the liberty movement. Tom Woods, Judge Nap, Rand Paul is definitely on the list and possibly Justin Amash, if nothing else than a strong VP choice.

My question is if we could trust Rand at this point. Endorsing Romney really showed a lack of principle. How could we trust someone to basically deny himself dictatorial powers and give liberties back to the individual when he caves under party pressures to endorse some hack presidential candidate?

Ive been thinking about 2016 a lot lately

there are a few people that could potentially step up and be capable and trusted enough to lead the liberty movement. Tom Woods, Judge Nap, Rand Paul is definitely on the list and possibly Justin Amash, if nothing else than a strong VP choice.

My question is if we could trust Rand at this point. Endorsing Romney really showed a lack of principle. How could we trust someone to basically deny himself dictatorial powers and give liberties back to the individual when he caves under party pressures to endorse some hack presidential candidate?

Ive been thinking about 2016 a lot lately

there are a few people that could potentially step up and be capable and trusted enough to lead the liberty movement. Tom Woods, Judge Nap, Rand Paul is definitely on the list and possibly Justin Amash, if nothing else than a strong VP choice.

My question is if we could trust Rand at this point. Endorsing Romney really showed a lack of principle. How could we trust someone to basically deny himself dictatorial powers and give liberties back to the individual when he caves under party pressures to endorse some hack presidential candidate?

john kerry?

Sorry anarchist Tired and grouchy... The country needs a bozo the clown for the next 12 years. Everyone must start seeing this shit for what it is.

The Worst Joke in a 600 years!

Jesse Ventura

he says he'll run as a true independent if people can get him on the ballot and in the debates.

If Rand also runs, we could field someone from the Democrats, and in a 3-way race, it would be a win-win-win.

1. Ron

1. Ron Paul
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2. Rand Paul

If ron ran

I would support him

I don't trust Ron Paul

He endorsed Reagan who had the same haircut and statist agenda as Romney . .

sarcasm for the Rand haters