And now a word from the Voice of Reason -

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by W4rl0ck, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. W4rl0ck


    Same same.

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  2. Samo, samo. With higher taxes of course and who knows what else.
  3. I'm a big fan of Ron Paul.

    I will also give Obama a genuine chance. He genuinely speaks of personal responsibility, in small and large comments (e.g. 'Parents, you must turn off the television set or video game and ensure your children do their homework').

    He has earned a genuine chance, and America needs to come together to deal with epic challenges.
  4. W4rl0ck



    Too bad the sheeple didn't figure out Paul was right until after the economy blew up.

    But sheeple are stupid by definition.
  5. I'm a Ron Paul fan,but I wonder what did he do with all that money he raised.He didn't spend a lot of money on his campaign :D
  6. W4rl0ck


    I'm sure it was completely ethical as opposed to what any Republicrat would do.

  7. lol

    "it wouldn't be a problem if they were passing the right legislation"


    I'm sorry but as bad as we need less government in some places, we desperately need more government in some place. It just so happens that this financial crisis stemmed from lack of regulation. Dur.
  8. W4rl0ck


    Not lack of regulation.

    Lack of enforcement.


    I'm sure things will be all better with BO when he creates a cabinet position for the regulation of sugared cereal consumption.


  9. Yes, it was lack of regulation.
  10. Strange how the conspiracy theorists, you know the ones who gravitated to Ron Paul say nothing at all about the millions that were raised, but never spent.

    Are they being used to build the new Paulville in Texas?

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    #10     Nov 5, 2008