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In case anyone forgot why Ron Paul should have been the president, watch this...

"He sure makes you think, that Congressman Paul"

Ron Paul on CNBC 4/23/12 - For the entire show.

You'll need about 45 minutes to see the whole interview, but you could let it play in the background while you're doing something else.

It's well worth it, right to the very end!

I love the respect Dr. Paul had for his hard-working delegates, which, as he explained here, is one reason he stayed in it until the convention so that their voices could be heard, and also so they could have an influence on the platform.

Video here...

http://youtu.be/kG2uDf2F3cA



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Same questions, same wording,

over and over, from all the tv people, from the same playbook. Republicans threw out delegate results, state after state. Unseated the Maine delegation! Wouldn't speak the name Ron Paul from the podium! The ayes have it! I'll never forget.

Yeah - it was a travesty of justice what the RNC got away with.

I'll never forget either: John Boehner lying and pushing thru the RNC agenda at the convention, and TOTALLY dissing Dr. Paul and all his delegates - and all of us too.

Well - in the end, THEY lost, and so it will be in the future if they give us another half-ass, conservative nominee - as I fully expect in 2016.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

How about that IDIOT Steven Roach claiming that Ron's ideas...

...about a gold standard are "very extreme views."

And that it is "irresponsible for Ron Paul to claim what we've lost 97% of the purchasing power of our money."

That is easily proven by looking at what a dollar in 1939 would buy compared to today. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE MONEY???

Poor Dr. Paul gets it from all sides in this interview.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Great Video!

In my opinion, with a blind vote there will never be a way to insure the accuracy of elections - especially with modern technology. Is anyone really afraid of getting attacked at polls for voting for a certain candidate these days? I doubt it (maybe a very small minority).

History demonstrates clearly that the only way to truly make contracts enforceable is to have an identifiable signature from all the parties involved (or their legal representatives).

By implementing an open vote, statistics would become much more difficult to manipulate. For instance - if the vote was completely public - there would be no reason to forbid a website where every voter could go on election night in order to verify their votes and ensure the validity of the data.

A real-time feed of incoming votes - including names and locations - should be publicly available. There is NO reason for a delay. VOTE COUNTS SHOULD UPDATE AS THE BALLOTS ARE CAST.

Try to lose a truck in Iowa in that system.

If the State is to persist, technology should be used to hold it accountable rather than being used to make Us more vulnerable.

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Completely agree.

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.

Thank you Dwalters.

Great points yourself.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

A lot of lessons

should have been learned by now. Yes, the young generation is aware of what ails this Republic, as are some of the older generation. But many let the opposition walk all over you.

Be respectful, but do NOT get pushed around!

For Liberty.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

Yep, he sure would have solved the problems

He was right about everything. Being right about everything happens only one in a lifetime.