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I'll vote for Rand the day he

I'll vote for Rand the day he publicly declares himself a libertarian.


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Rubio is far, far, far down the list...


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Sometimes I just wish that

Sometimes I just wish that Micheal would have named this site the "dailyron". Anything but "Paul"...

Rand has almost no track record, 3 years compared to 30. His name does not give him a pass with me. If you honestly look as his record, good and bad, would you be so excited about this first term Senator if his name wasn't Paul?

Why, with his many questionable political moves and endorsements in his short time on the scene(no matter what you want to believe his altruistic and beyond our comprehension motives may be), are some here so quick to see him as a messiah? This behavior is sure to disappoint you and give him the wrong idea.

Don't you at least want him to earn it while talking straight to those engaged that might understand in the liberty base? Or, are you prepared to be another pawn for Rand like the far left is for the dems?

The Dems believe "hell where are they going to go without Nader running so who cares what they think..." That is exactly the way Rand and Benton are treating the Liberty base that Ron Paul rallied right here. It appears Rand is not trying to grow the liberty movement he is trying to leverage it while demagoguing his way to his own ends. I am still not sure what they are.

That will never fly with many of us. And, may very well send us packing in support of others. We are not the handicapped far left... We do not feel powerless to bs when it shows or smells.
These are honest questions...

If you want to respond or down vote me please keep it to my points not just vitriolic salutes please. Thank you kindly.

BTW.. I want Rand to succeed but not at the expense of his very credibility and the momentum of liberty we are experiencing sometimes in spite of Rand's actions in our face (like pre-Tampa).

Win, lose, or draw today, waking people is the answer not manipulating them further. Don't blow it before you ever get started Rand. Fess up to your moves and solidify us. You won't be disappointed.

You can't un-endorse Romney but you can explain and apologize. You still can back away from McConnell. Endorse liberty again and at each opportunity going forward. Back away from that unconstitutional anti-abortion bill you just presented and just stick to defunding all that crap if you like.

Despite George Bernard Shaw's bad politics we should not forget his words:
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."

Rand can not win by going along to get along. They will eat him up.

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian.” ― Henry Ford.

+1 from me.

+1 from me.

What slays me is that

all these Rand fanatics are somehow impressed with a Rand budget plan that leaves us with a federal budget of almost 4 Trillion Dollars after 10 years. And that's supposed to inspire advocates of limited (or no) government? Come on folks, I have at most 30 years left on this Earth. Will I see "liberty in our time" at this rate? The thought that I will remain a slave of the state for the rest of my life does not inspire me at all. We are supposed to be libertarians, not Eisenhower Republicans.

in 7th..

and I voted

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

83% against Piers

Thank god he's not influencing anyone. Though that's not his job is it? It's to make it seem there is public support for something with none.

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"Obama’s Economists: ‘Stimulus’ Has Cost $278,000 per Job."

That means: For each job "created or saved" about five were destroyed.

voted yes for Rand Paul

and voted no way for Rubio and Pelosi

Why isn't Ron on the list??

Why isn't Ron on the list??


current events. Ron Paul is not on..

the world platform at this moment. but he was in 2012..

Lol Bernanke's on there:

702-948, in favor of "No Way."

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

I am shocked and disturbed to

I am shocked and disturbed to see bernanke getting so many yes votes

- Grow Mushrooms at Home

Why are you shocked and disturbed?

The question was whether he's influential, not whether he's influential for good or bad.

Bernake is VERY influential. He's suckering millions of people into believing the claims that Keynsian deficit spending is a net creator of jobs rather than destroying five or more for every one "created or saved".

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"Obama’s Economists: ‘Stimulus’ Has Cost $278,000 per Job."

That means: For each job "created or saved" about five were destroyed.

You can also vote against Pelosi

She's next on the list and is losing big time.