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Huckabee: Thank You, Rand Paul (video)

I'm no fan of Huckabee, to say the least, but this is another strong establishment statement for Rand:

http://nation.foxnews.com/sen-rand-paul/2013/03/11/huckabee-...



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I vividly remember

Ron Paul saying we have to take down this corrupt system from the inside and if Rand has to befriend neocons to get to the presidency so be it! I am a huge Dr Paul fan and read many comments on the DP bashing Rand for not being his dad... Maybe that's all by design. Let's face it, as much as we all supported Ron Paul he never had a chance to beat the system. Rand is making enough progress to actually have a chance and although he's not his dad he may just be playing possom to get where it matters most. Even if he's not playing possum and he's not devout constitutionalist libritarian his dad is I'll still favor him to any choice we've been given over the past 20 years.

Finally pissed off enough to spread the word of Dr. Paul
Here's song I wrote for a close friend and wounded Iraq war veteran:
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Much as I found in my local

Much as I found in my local GOP which we took over: Not all of the Neocons are bought and paid for. Some just want to be on the winning team. They are misinformed and don't know the things we do. They have lacked truly conservative, liberty-leaning leaders, and believed the lie told to them on the MsM about how we are all crazy.

When we took the lead in our district and began to call bullshit on the old ways of doing things, the big tax big spend neocons, many of the rank and file crossed over. You could tell they were relieved and that like most humans, they were closet libertarians. We swept the votes and took power.

Can it be so differant in DC? Not "every" congressman and senator is bought and paid for. Many are going along to get along. The Banking Empire can only buy so many. They own the "leaders" and in the past, that was always enough to guide the bleeting followers. However things are-a changin. When Libertarianism becomes "normal" and our people like Rand become heroic in the eyes of the public, that will be the sanction that many of the bleeting congress need to come over to our side.

Rand is approaching them as you would a frightened sheep. Slowly and carefully, using a language and tone which won't scare them away. He holds out the carrot and they are coming over to our side little by little. Because thats why they are people. They aren't dumb, they aren't evil, however they have been brainwashed and lied too for an entire generation by their TVs. They "believed" Ron Paul was crazy without ever truly hearing a word he said because people they "trusted" told them it was so. It was "normal" to think it so. Those days are changing. The cracks are appearing in the dam.

Remember, when an idea hits 10%, it spreads like wildfire. The sheep will NEVER understand why liberty is good, why the FED is bad, or why drones are bad; but it doesn't matter. When our ideas become normal, they will vote this way.

Chucklin' Huck?

I lived in Arkansas for a while. Huckabee, good old GOP boy that he is, could be considered a hemorrhoid on Hillary's ass. He was involved in her real estate scam, "Whitewater." I'm not sure the "investigators" ever connected him to it, but the receptionist at the clinic where I worked used to go to church with Mikey. So funny, I was a total SHEEP while living there, and yet I got told SO many things that I look back on now... I had a coworker from Mena, too... Anyway, she used to go on and on about how he was working with Hillary on some real estate deal... I thought she was just "name dropping" and she probably was, but it turns out she was truth-dropping, too.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Am I the only one

wondering whats up with a growing number of establishment neocons jumping on the Rand Paul wagon.

Who Knows? We may have hit the tipping point.

It's like herding cattle, they may not all want to go, but as long as they are heading in our direction, I'm cool with it.

How does the song go? "Don't try to understand em, just rope tie and brand em".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdR6MN2jKYs

Bill Kristol opposed his filibuster

He said something like Rand Paul represents the Code Pink faction of the GOP. Here's the link.

Bill Kristol

along with Rove are getting ready to push Jeb Bush on us. I can't stand it; there is no way I would ever vote for a Bush...please pray most Americans agree. (Has Rove said anything about Rand?)

That's a good question

that I had as well.

What's a little more troubling is why, after all of this time, are the Old Guard's finally agreeing with BO? TPTB have to all be on the same side in regards to "big issues" i.e. gun control, drone usage, foreign policy, monetary policy, etc.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

If not for millions of citizens who...

support Rand's principled stand on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, neo-cons like Huckster and Rush to Limbo would be opposing Rand. Huskster and Limbo support the Patriot Act, warrantless wiretapping, indefinite detention of U.S. citizens, Homeland Security, etc., so their support for Rand demonstrates the power of individual citizens to change the conversation.

I think conservatives and libertarians should demand that charges of treason be brought against bipartisan leaders who support and implement the above mentioned policies.

http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)

Huckabee Came Out Against The Kill List Before The Fillibuster

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMxKzCn7eM8

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To say the LEAST, I can not

To say the LEAST, I can not stand Huck and never EVER thought he would actually lie in a good way, but this speech for Rand is just excellent and i can not say how much it pains me to say it. I just wonder what his agenda is...

Huckabee..

is a nice enough guy. Out of all the people than ran against Ron, he was the most fair. (IMHO)

Kudo's to him for applauding Rand.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

Since I'm from Arkansas I

Since I'm from Arkansas I always gave Huckabee a bit of a pass because he seemed like a nice guy. That was until he did radio advertisements on all of the major Arkansas radio stations in early January of 2012 bashing Ron Paul and calling him dangerous because Paul would allow Iran to set off a nuclear bomb in the U.S.

"Where liberty is, there is my country." -Benjamin Franklin

NO pass for this crook. He

NO pass for this crook. He was indicted for something like 13 or 17 different crimes of money misappropriation as Governor and convicted of two (I also live in AR). That of course made him an ideal presidential candidate, so when he left office he smashed all the computers in the Governor's office so nothing could be traced to him, decided to "remarry" his wife so gifts could be given to his campaign without it looking suspicious as he had several gift registries, and lied to my FACE about how much he cared about the rights of small business.
It is very hard to have any idea why he would give such fine support to Rand, but he surely did.

whoa...

Thx for the comment. I had no idea.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

Does your honest opinion

remember that Mike Huckabee released an 8-time felon so he could travel to WA and execute 4 officers in a coffee shop? I'm not saying Huckabee is in connection with some conspiracy theory. However, why in the hell would ANYONE, let alone a Governor of a State, release an 8-time felon that included attacking police officers and raping children?

Granting Clemency for Maurice Clemmons:

http://articles.latimes.com/2009/dec/01/nation/la-na-huckabe...

I'm not attacking Rand in any way, shape or form, but Mike Huckabee should never be considered as a "nice enough guy."

Imho, Sir.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

sheeeeesh

I do remember that. I'm not saying I'd vote for the guy.

:)

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

I hear ya

and I think most wouldn't vote for him either. It especially sticks out for me because I grew up 15 minutes away from that Forza coffee shop.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.