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DCK
 Rep: 207 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

DCK wrote:

And that scares the living daylights out of me.

Because you're stretched too thin, the power balance is about to shift. You wasted so much shit in Iraq for nothing, and now, due to that mistake, I can slowly see the world power balance shifting somewhere else, and let me tell you, that balance ain't tipping anywhere good. We have been so dependent on your power, we have no actually bothered so much with ourselves, just look at Britains fall from grace. From the Vulcan bomber to what? Nothing. Nothing at all.

You can do whatever with your anti socialistic ideas and bare minimum goverment run crap. What do I care if you want that. It's hilarious if you ask me, but if you want that, then sure. Nothing to do with me. Your world politics got more to do with me, and as my home country borders to fucking Russia, we should be a little more thankfull to what a US presence has done to us than we are. People are fucking stupid.

-Jack-
 Rep: 37 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

-Jack- wrote:

DCK, obviously I don't want anything bad to happen to you or your country, but the US should be looking out for it's own interests first.

It's not our job to be subsidizing defense around the world when it's damaging to us economically and potentially dangerous in other ways. Iraq and Afghanistan HAVE been very damaging to our presence in the world. Paul would walk softly and carry a big stick, declaring war with the congress, constitutionally. Which is one of the many reasons people like him. He is not a pacifist, he is a constitutionalist.

As of the last reporting date, at the end of September, Paul leads all candidates by far in donations from service members. This trend has been in place since 2008, when Paul ran for president with a similar stance: calling nonsense at hawk squawk from both parties.

This year, Paul has 10 times the individual donations — totaling $113,739 — from the military as does Mitt Romney. And he has a hundred times more than Newt Gingrich, who sat out the Vietnam War with college deferments and now promises he would strike foes at the slightest provocation.

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/20 … rs-choice/

Paul has more military donations than all of the other GOP candidates combined and more than current commander in chief, Obama. What does this say about what our troops want?


Semi-decent video on RP and foreign policy. Other than the brief 9/11 footage early in the clip, it's an enjoyable watch.
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I thought this was pretty interesting. A tag cloud analysis of Mitt Romney's and Ron Paul's New Hampshire Primary speeches. One of them sounds a lot like Obama.

Axlin16
 Rep: 768 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

Axlin16 wrote:
DCK wrote:

And that scares the living daylights out of me.

Because you're stretched too thin, the power balance is about to shift. You wasted so much shit in Iraq for nothing, and now, due to that mistake, I can slowly see the world power balance shifting somewhere else, and let me tell you, that balance ain't tipping anywhere good. We have been so dependent on your power, we have no actually bothered so much with ourselves, just look at Britains fall from grace. From the Vulcan bomber to what? Nothing. Nothing at all.

You can do whatever with your anti socialistic ideas and bare minimum goverment run crap. What do I care if you want that. It's hilarious if you ask me, but if you want that, then sure. Nothing to do with me. Your world politics got more to do with me, and as my home country borders to fucking Russia, we should be a little more thankfull to what a US presence has done to us than we are. People are fucking stupid.

Hey man, I agree with you. But it's too little too late. It's done.

The Socialist concept got penetrated by too many conservative/Republican ideas. It became a bastardized version of Democracy AND Socialism, destroying both concepts.

At this point Paul's purist Democracy option is the only thing that makes sense anymore.

I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to tax the living shit out of corporations and spread the wealth, but because of our Democracy aspect, we've given corporations too much power. So basically if they're taxed heavy, they can just deny job creation, cut jobs, in order to protect profit margins.

They won. They kicked the governments ass. They already run the show.

Might as well make it official and at least get our jobs back.

Axlin16
 Rep: 768 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

Axlin16 wrote:

@Jack:

On that picture analysis, see that's alot of what I don't like.

When you break it down, all of these lying ass politicians say the same recycled garbage so much to a point -- why vote?

You're voting between Coke & Pepsi. It's still cola.

James
 Rep: 647 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

James wrote:

Paul has publicly advocated a NATO withdrawal? The loon may get my vote...

Russia is licking its chops with the coming 12 year reign of Putin but the US can counterract that without NATO.

BLS-Pride
 Rep: 211 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

BLS-Pride wrote:

Been a Paul supporter since the last election. It's a shame the best man for the job will never have the chance.

Axlin16
 Rep: 768 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

Axlin16 wrote:

Like i've said before... Paul's lack of a chance is because he tells America and the world what they NEED to hear, not want they WANT to hear.

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

AtariLegend wrote:

Perry thinks Turkey is a terrorist country? Seriously bro.

States running out of countries to invade? Waiting for the connections to be made with Switzerland within the next decade roll

Axlin16
 Rep: 768 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

Axlin16 wrote:

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Yeah I gotta be honest, listening to some of these Republican candidates talk is comedy gold.


Atari, Perry was the same guy who was giving a speech about his plan for the economy, and goes "First (explains)", "Secondly, (explains)", and "Third.... ummm... ummm... and third... ummm".

Dude forgot his own plan on stage.

Just goes to show how these guys are just "faces" with money, just representing the power brokers in Washington.

James
 Rep: 647 

Re: Who will be the 2012 GOP Nominee?

James wrote:
AtariLegend wrote:

States running out of countries to invade?

No but the US is switching to a strategy of containment, focusing on Asia. Dont worry though as the 2nd era of Putin will see invasions but you wont be making snide remarks about those

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