Ron Paul 1/27/2009 "We Have Rejected The Market Economy For Decades!" "Making Problem

Discussion in 'Politics' started by W4rl0ck, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. W4rl0ck


    Oh wait, Ron Paul was RIGHT!

    To bad they froze him out of the election.

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  2. We allow the media to select our candidates now.
  3. Ron Paul raises some interesting points, but he is somewhat light on regulation and infrastructure. Also, with his vision of a streamlined (anorexic?) government, it would appear that he favors a society somewhat resembling a benign Third World country. But I think his assessment of the Fed is spot on, and his views on liquidating toxic assets and dealing with malinvestment have merit.
  4. Paul is the 800 lbs gorilla, or white elephant, in the room.

    Everyone with a brain knows he's right, but those very same people can't seem to help him find a real platform with real power.

    Maybe there aren't many people with brains?
  5. TGregg


    Ron Paul had zero chance of wining. We don't want small government. We don't even want more government. We want lots more government. Sure, there are a few of us here and there that feel otherwise, but the overwhelming vast majority see lots more government as a solution to any and all problems they can dream up. As stated earlier: