Ron Paul’s “Imminent Revolution”

31 Jul

Ron Paul at a rally in the Nashville War Memor...

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3 responses to “Ron Paul’s “Imminent Revolution”

  1. derick

    August 1, 2011 at 12:45 PM

    Good video. Although he didnt get some of the facts right, I hope this video will motivate people to start searching for the truth.

  2. Dan

    August 2, 2011 at 1:16 PM

    I am no big fan of Ron Paul. I was in favor of his run for President in the last election and that is when I learned that Ron Paul is NOT going to get on the Re-puke-lican ticket for President under any circumstances.

    I also learned during that campaign that Ron Paul will NOT define what a right is under any circumstances even though he proclaims to be a champion of rights.

    If Ron Paul, who says he is retiring after one final run for president, will leave the Republicrat party and take on Jesse Ventura (Who gets assassinated by a “lone nut” in his Presidential run in his book “Don’t Start the Revolution Without Me.”) as his running mate, I will vote for him.

    Other than that, Dr. Paul will NOT make it onto any ticket and so he is just endorsing the criminals and treasonous bastards who run this country by refusing to do so. So Ron Paul is a waste of time. Ron Paul’s only value in the years that I have been aware of him is for the sound bites he produces, but the American people are so brain dead and such a mind controlled blob of manipulated nebulosity that even his soundbites are of little value.

  3. derick

    August 2, 2011 at 10:30 PM

    Ron Paul is not perfect, he just happens to be the only one willing to talk some truth. Nothing will turn an American off faster than too much truth. I have learned to give people a little bit of truth about life in the American fish bowl, when you give them too many facts/truth their eyes tend to glaze over and at that point you have lost them. Ron paul may be the start of a process that takes more than a generation to fix(if ever). In my opinion when you vote, you enter into a contest, and if you lose you have no right to complain, you must live with the result of that contest. Your voter registration is a contract that binds you to whatever the majority wants, thats how democracy works. Voting (outside of your local elections) just perpetuates socialism and sends a mesage to Washington that you agree with what they have done and what they are doing.


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