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post #1 of 20 Old Dec 26th, 2007, 6:34 pm Thread Starter
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Ron Paul, CNN's subliminal messages?

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post #2 of 20 Old Dec 26th, 2007, 7:25 pm
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Dude, seriously, get some clinical help.

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Hey, maybe Grif has still some of the aluminum foil hats. I heard they work well.
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chemtrails and now this.....holy shit. Time for a new suit....a straight-jacket perhaps?


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Dear God, man, get out of your friggin' house and talk to a normal person, will ya???

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That's about the dumbest thing I've seen out of the current presidential race. You need to go for a ride.

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It's currently in the 30's and snowing in Lehighton, PA so I don't think he can go for a ride right now, no matter how much he might need to.

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It's currently in the 30's and snowing in Lehighton, PA so I don't think he can go for a ride right now, no matter how much he might need to.
What the F%*K does that have to do with anything? Not everyone are pussies, that put our bikes away when it's cloudy.
As for RP, I already put out a thing promoting him, that starts out with
"Lets see how long it takes them to wack this guy"
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Bush & company are having an open house BBQ in May, to all believers that "all is well."

**Google for free tickets! Limited availability, first 12k tickets will be given to maimed and disabled veterans of the Iraq war, and their SO's.

They love it when a plan comes together.....ok, that might be some bleed-over from watching too much of the "A" team.

Be a really nice ride from CA, or OH! Hell, that is doable from anywhere in the US, on a BMW.

Now that I think about it, it could have be the cumulative concerns from all those earthquakes and fires, or just the high cost of gas. Then again, maybe it's just in the water? Any of you guys surf in your better days? Not being judgmental here folks.

Kucinich and Trafficant are from Ohio, so I don't really have any thoughts on how exactly any residents of that State could have been adversely affected, unless of course they too are considered to be bit off kilter, IYO. Best of luck to you, nonetheless. On second thought, Trafficant is in prison too! Yikes.... not sure what to think now.

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I'm all for a good conspiracy debate but this one is pretty wacky.

Did anyone check out the Mike Huckabee Christmas commerical complete with the the floating cross that his camp claims was just a bookshelf? This one is very clear!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKyZl_XYInU


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Bush & company are having an open house BBQ in May, to all believers that "all is well."

**Google for free tickets! Limited availability, first 12k tickets will be given to maimed and disabled veterans of the Iraq war, and their SO's.

They love it when a plan comes together.....ok, that might be some bleed-over from watching too much of the "A" team.

...yada, yada, yada
Someone who doesn't put any weight into a hacked together video made by a person with a stated bias is automatically a Bush/establishment lackey? That logic is grade school at best.



In the words of the guy who put together the video-

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It seems unfortunate to me that no one will take Ron Paul seriously because of the fringe groups supporting him, but that is the reality. His good ideas are drowned out by being associated with every conspiracy group that comes along. JM2CW

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It seems unfortunate to me that no one will take Ron Paul seriously because of the fringe groups supporting him, but that is the reality. His good ideas are drowned out by being associated with every conspiracy group that comes along. JM2CW
I agree Alan - I think there may be some substance there, but fringe folks are detracting from that (and they main stream candidates what us focused on those supporters vs. some of what he is saying)...
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Isn't that what's really going on here?

The vast right wing conspiracy feeds these tidbits out on the internet, the theorists grab it and run with it as proof of an attack on Ron Paul. BUT, the real agenda is discrediting Ron Paul by associating him with these kooks.

Hmmmmm...

Now, who's the real tool being used here?

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I told a friend the other day that the the BMWLT forum is a great place for all kinds of stimulating information and conversation. From motorcycles, to off-color jokes, to politics, always presented with intellect and humor.

Reading this stuff I may have to retract my statement. This is way too far out for me...

BTW, as a libetarian I really like what Ron Paul stands for, it's a shame that the more mainstream conservatives do not embrace the same ideas.

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semi_apolitical but

seriously? ron paul? good ideas?
ron paul?

sometimes democracy can be downright scary!!

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seriously? ron paul? good ideas?
ron paul?

sometimes democracy can be downright scary!!
http://www.ronpaul2008.com/issues/

I would be surprised if you will not agree there are a fair amount of "Good Ideas" in his program. Unfortunatly, he is not a good messenger and many of his supporters are lunatics.

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http://www.ronpaul2008.com/issues/

I would be surprised if you will not agree there are a fair amount of "Good Ideas" in his program. Unfortunatly, he is not a good messenger and many of his supporters are lunatics.
Watch out now I may resemble that.
I like the guy, he is the only politician that I think should not be castrated and have his sac filled with salt before sent packing, so they can't breed any more useless spawn. (Worse than crackwhores)
He pushes getting rid of the FED (Kazars and bankers that make our worthless paper money, no Evalin they are not a part of the government!) What was JFK's last speech about at Marquette? Anyone
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I like the idea of a consumption tax. Beyond that ....
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http://www.ronpaul2008.com/issues/

I would be surprised if you will not agree there are a fair amount of "Good Ideas" in his program. Unfortunatly, he is not a good messenger and many of his supporters are lunatics.
Never be surprised by people's opinions being different from what you believe, no matter how obvious it seems to you. The reality is, the current political system benefits some while hurting others.

Ron Paul's ideas, which aren't so radical if you know about history (which most government educated people don't), would reallocate those benefits. People would then have the ability to voluntarily choose who gets their money, instead of the state's aggression that forces people to give to their pet programs and benefactors.

All change will result in some people thinking it's a bad idea, because they will benefit less than under the current system. It's not about what's fair or right, or about freedom or liberty; It's about money and power. Most people think they are principled, but in reality, make their decisions purely on a "what benefits me" basis.

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