Posts Tagged ‘ Ron Paul ’

Ron Paul urges for ‘Nullification’ of Obamacare, says “Pretty soon we’re just going to ignore the Feds”

November 5, 2013
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Ron Paul urges for ‘Nullification’ of Obamacare, says “Pretty soon we’re just going to ignore the Feds”

While touting Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Ken Cuccinelli (R-sodomy) on Monday night, Ron Paul predicted that states will soon “ignore the feds” and nullify the Affordable Care Act. And as far as predictions go, I wouldn’t place money on it. Paul said, “Jefferson obviously was a clear leader on the principle of nullification.”      …

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Meet Rand Paul’s staffer who supported Lincoln’s assassination, secession, calls himself the ‘Southern Avenger’

July 9, 2013
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Meet Rand Paul’s staffer who supported Lincoln’s assassination, secession, calls himself the ‘Southern Avenger’

Well this is terribly awkward considering Ron Paul’s dubious past. Like father, like son. A member of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s staff who helped him write one of his books is a former pro-secessionist radio commentator who wore a Confederate flag mask during public appearances, according to a news report Tuesday, Courier-Journal reports. According to…

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Rand Paul Drones On, Endorses Whackadoodle Mark Sanford

April 30, 2013
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Rand Paul Drones On, Endorses Whackadoodle Mark Sanford

First former Texas Congressman threw his support behind Mark Sanford, and now his son, Rand Paul is endorsing the Republican Congressional candidate. That alone speaks volumes for libertarians who idolize both Ron and Rand Paul. Last Thursday Ron Paul endorsed Rep. Paul ‘Pits of Hell’ Broun’s (R-GA) Senate campaign.              …

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Crazy Guy Ron Paul Endorses Other Crazy Guy Paul Broun for Senate

April 25, 2013
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Crazy Guy Ron Paul Endorses Other Crazy Guy Paul Broun for Senate

Former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), the libertarian party’s darling, endorsed Rep. Paul Broun’s (R-GA) Senate campaign Thursday, the Washington Post reports.                  “Paul Broun and I worked together in the House to bring some necessary oversight to the Federal Reserve,” Paul said in a statement provided by the Broun…

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Why Republicans aren’t serious about less government

October 10, 2012
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Why Republicans aren’t serious about less government

It’s the GOP motto… Less government. We as a people hear it all the time, in multiple uses. Government is restricting our freedom. Government is on our backs. Government has to get out of the way. Government is evil. But the funny – and insulting – thing is the Republicans touting less government all want…

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Mitt Romney tries to morph into Ron Paul, “Audit the Fed” (forgets Paul supporters don’t like him)

July 19, 2012
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Mitt Romney tries to morph into Ron Paul, “Audit the Fed” (forgets Paul supporters don’t like him)

Mitt Romney tweeted earlier, “Ron Paul’s “Audit The Fed” bill is a reminder of his tireless efforts to promote sound money and a more transparent Federal Reserve” perhaps to distract from his own lack of transparency. In addition, the Republican candidate is attempting to gain Ron Paul supporters’ votes, at a time when Independents could…

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Mitt Romney spent $126,000 per delegate, more than Ron Paul, Santorum & Gingrich combined

April 25, 2012
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Mitt Romney spent $126,000 per delegate, more than Ron Paul, Santorum & Gingrich combined

A new analysis reveals that Mitt Romney outspent his Republican opponents in order to secure his nomination by spending $126,000 per delegate. Romney spent in total $76.6 million, far more than any other campaign. That total is, for example, more than the combined spending of Ron Paul, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.      …

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If the GOP candidates had these skills, the debates would have been far more interesting (video)

April 23, 2012
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After the countless GOP debates, each one becoming more tedious while each candidate tried to out-Conservative the other, I suspect they would have fared better if they had these skills. Watch: Republicans have awkward duplicitous Mitt, Newt the serial adulterer who is comfortable enough with his past to seek the evangelical vote and Frothy the…

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Missing Person’s Report: Where is Gov Scott Walker?

April 4, 2012
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Missing Person’s Report: Where is Gov Scott Walker?

It’s GOP primary time in Wisconsin, but where is Governor Scott Walker? Both Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney were spotted in front of pro-Walker signs, talking about how wonderful Walker is. One would think that Walker would want to bask in the spotlight and get some free media coverage to help his recall campaign, with…

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Rick Santorum Claims he would invalidate legally married same sex couples

January 1, 2012
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Of the top three Republican Presidential candidates in the Iowa polls, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul do not take issue with the repeal of DADT, but Rick Santorum who surged in the polls to third place would, and he would take it a step further. Santorum would go as far as to invalidate same sex…

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My favorite Conservative (after Obama) Jon Huntsman’s new ad targeting Ron Paul

December 29, 2011
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My favorite Conservative candidate is Barack Obama, but Jon Huntsman would give me pause between which one to vote for if he garnered more support. Controversy surrounding Ron Paul’s newsletter issue and his competing GOP candidates are making the Texas Congressman a prime target — Jon Huntsman chimes in: The ad titled, “Unelectable,” goes after…

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In 1995 Ron Paul Claims Credit for Controversial Newsletters (video)

December 26, 2011
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Ron Paul has continuously denied reading the controversial decades-old newsletters containing racist rhetoric. The Republican presidential candidate has claimed that he had no idea of what was being published in his name, and that keeps many people skeptical. From a 1995 interview, Paul does not mention the racism contained in the newsletters, but he does…

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