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  1. 1. Ron Paul for President of the U.S. of A?

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    • No!
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    • I am not a U.S. Person but I say Yes for Ron Paul
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I agree with a lot of what your saying PeteT, it is pretty much a circus of total BS, the media would only show us BS and people love to eat it up with the he say she say.

 

But just because we are supposed to have a president and rule of law and not a "Decider" doesn't mean we should not bother voting for the

candidate that most supports our point of view or most fits our ideals.

If we just blow it off anymore we will find ourselves with no rights. However Aside from Ron Paul I would say there is no point in this election as far as my concerns go.

 

As far as what they have done while in the office they are in, just check them out. Ron Paul reportedly has a very consistent track record.

 

If you are watching TV, listening to radio or reading the paper it is no doubt you have scene or heard little of Ron Paul since he is ignored and even Banned.

 

No candidate is more about the constitution, rights and our sovereignty than Ron Paul and they are all members of the CFR including Fred Thompson.

 

check the website http://www.ronpaul2008.com/ to see what he is about, or take a look on youtube, you can see the debates including Ron Paul. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.

 

here is some clip from the website that you can verify if it interests you

 

"Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) is the leading advocate for freedom in our nation’s capital. As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Dr. Paul tirelessly works for limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to sound monetary policies. He is known among his congressional colleagues and his constituents for his consistent voting record. Dr. Paul never votes for legislation unless the proposed measure is expressly authorized by the Constitution."

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I think I should run for president.... "if elected, I promise everone a new URAL! On the day following the election, just go down to your local URAL dealer and claim the model of your choice- and thanks for voting for me! Thank you." :flame-on!

 

 

I was undecieded. Now I'm going to be voting for PeteT. I'd like my new GearUp in desert camo if you don't mind.

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You seem intent to want to hear only positive thoughts on Ron Paul. I am very happy to cancel out at least one Ron Paul vote when the elections are held. Shortly after the elections, Ron Paul will hardly be more than a blip on the history notes of folks who ran. Ross Perot will have more attributed to his campaign, in reality.

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You seem intent to want to hear only positive thoughts on Ron Paul. I am very happy to cancel out at least one Ron Paul vote when the elections are held. Shortly after the elections, Ron Paul will hardly be more than a blip on the history notes of folks who ran. Ross Perot will have more attributed to his campaign, in reality.

 

If "you" is me I would say It is my role in the thread to be on the pro Paul side of debate, Since I am supporting that candidate and I started the thread. It would be boring if I had just started the thread and never replied. If it was about what bikes or bike parts are best it would be the same.

If I just said the Gear Up is the best hack and never came back to support my statement at all when someone said No the Retro is, it would be a very boring and short thread of one line statements without any thought put into what traits the different models have.

 

If anyone has an actual trait criticism about the candidate let it be heard. its not very interesting to just say, I am not voting for him and he will hardly be a blip.. etc.. Or try to portray him as some kind of nazi because of some photo with a person who happens to be a racist.

 

The things I like about the guy are that he is consistent on the issues he addresses.

He voted against the war in Iraq and he wants to end it now, Not like those candidates who voted for it and now say they want to end it.

His stance of sticking to the Constitution, limited government, Honest money, voting no to the patriot act, being pro privacy, voting against the national ID cards that we all get in May of this year.

 

If he has supported some ideal that you are against and do not like him for it, or if he has not supported something you think he should, throw it on the table. It did not seem hard to have an un scientific poll and friendly debate/discussion with some reasoning and be civil.

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Matt, is that you?....Ken :thumbsup!:

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:-) Irrespective of why you think he is this or that, the final proof is in the pudding. He won't get elected, nor even close by a long shot. Nothing uncivil about stating that fact, and I'll still be canceling out at least one vote for him with my vote. It isn't a caucus. Just a simple yes or no poll by what you initially posted.

 

The term blip is exactly right to the Nth degree, boring or not. To many, he is really little of what you represent him as being, but your right to view him in any manner you choose. He certainly does not represent much of the folks in the nation. If he did, he'd have much more of a following and much more support for his ideas and desires. The voting public so far sure hasn't viewed him as much of a legit candidate when it came time to vote. I don't see any other states making much of a change in the future as well, but one never knows until the final votes are counted.

 

Your poll was put up as a simple yes or no, but you seem to need the yes much more than you can handle a simple no. It was interesting that you included those who have no right to vote as well, but your poll to play with. The motorcycle stuff is interesting, only because political debates are generally forbidden topics at most motorcycle sites to begin with. Just like oil threads, they resolve little and usually end up with name calling once the parties involved find they can't sway anyone over to their side. No different here, I suspect.

 

I really don't care why you find Ron Paul so attractive with his ideas and philosophy. I don't really need to know, as it won't effect the outcome in the least at the end of the election. It is your right, if you are registered to vote, so why should I care? If you believe in him, then fine. I don't, so fine for me, too. As I said, the proof will be in the pudding. He will be less known than the admiral who was the VP for Ross Perot during his failed presidential bid.

 

Having a difference of opinion is fine. Like say, you like him and I don't. Simple as that. :thumbsup!:

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You are definitely in the majority with a NO.

and I do not deny that to most people he will be forgotten if not already.

 

The thread is RON Paul 2008? Ron Paul, What do you think of him? Un-Scientific poll.

Ron Paul for president of the U.S. of A?

 

I was asking more what do people think of him and would they like him to win or not.

I was not so much asking do you think he can be elected.

Although that is relevant as well, But if it was just a question of do you think he will win, I think we would have a lot more in the No columns even from people who might like him to win.

and there would be very little comments.

 

As to you caring or not about why I like the guy. I was not stating the reasons because I thought you or anyone else would care. but for others in the forum who might like to say why they don't like him and they do like someone else. I offered my reason to invite those who care to discuss it to offer up their reasons. Its just like any other thread. Nobody really cares what anyone else thinks it is just to humor

ourselves or to hear some other input aside from people who just think the same way or agree.

I like to bull###### about the topic and forums are for bull######ting.

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I think Ron is honest enough to admit, he did inhale.

 

 

You are definitely in the majority with a NO.

and I do not deny that to most people he will be forgotten if not already.

 

The thread is RON Paul 2008? Ron Paul, What do you think of him? Un-Scientific poll.

Ron Paul for president of the U.S. of A?

 

I was asking more what do people think of him and would they like him to win or not.

I was not so much asking do you think he can be elected.

Although that is relevant as well, But if it was just a question of do you think he will win, I think we would have a lot more in the No columns even from people who might like him to win.

and there would be very little comments.

 

As to you caring or not about why I like the guy. I was not stating the reasons because I thought you or anyone else would care. but for others in the forum who might like to say why they don't like him and they do like someone else. I offered my reason to invite those who care to discuss it to offer up their reasons. Its just like any other thread. Nobody really cares what anyone else thinks it is just to humor

ourselves or to hear some other input aside from people who just think the same way or agree.

I like to bull###### about the topic and forums are for bull######ting.

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Brother , you said a mouthful ! . try raising up Blak Foster kids in The Ghetto when you're a tall white guy with blond hair and blue eyes ~ :beerchug:

 

-Nate

 

Michael Wrote :

 

It seems (and this is presented as opinion, not necessarily fact) that in the PC world in which we live any Caucasian individual who expresses anything negative about another race is immediately branded a racist.

Micheal

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:-) He certainly does not represent much of the folks in the nation. If he did, he'd have much more of a following and much more support for his ideas and desires. The voting public so far sure hasn't viewed him as much of a legit candidate when it came time to vote.

Having a difference of opinion is fine. Like say, you like him and I don't. Simple as that. :rolleyes:

 

I like Paul. I like his ideas, (anti-tax, anti 16th amendment, less gov, more for the people) type of person.

 

I don't know anybody that Willingly likes to pay taxes. And who doesn't itemize when they can

 

I think Paul’s ideas are so far out of the norm, we don't realize that we can really live our lives without taxes.

We're to scared to try. Or just lable it as "Too far the other side" When in fact we think to ourselves "F_cking Taxes"

 

So we all live for April every year. Because that's all we know.

We've turned chicken. Come, drink from the bucket

 

Mac

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Americans have Stockholm Syndrome.

 

MANY have become used to and loyal to the systems that infringe upon and erode our rights and republic.

Even wild animals when they are caught and kept eventually grow afraid of their freedom.

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