Ron Paul on Fox

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  1. Feb 23, 2012 #221

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    Totally opposite of what lap said. Now if you want to parse words, and I expect you to, if Paul said it's "the immorality" we have to deal with, what is your interpretation of "deal with"?

    Also, there has been more than one comment today about Paul as VP for Romney specifically but let's expand that to any of the other three. How would you recieve that?
     
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    So? You, Lap, or Fox News are not fair and balanced - or even truthful.
     
  3. Feb 23, 2012 #223

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    Well it was Paul that said we have to deal with society's immorality. Seeing that he said that at a GOP presidential debate, it makes sense to think that he meant he wants to "regulate" it. Whereas Santorum in the same exact debate said that he does NOT want impose his personal beliefs on people! THE SAME EXACT DEBAT HE SAID THAT! Did you not hear him say those words? Who is not being fair, balanced, truthful, or ignorant?
     
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    Nice try. Paul has not been spewing the same BS that santorum has been spewing, and you know it. Your negativity towards paul is weak. He is the best candidate running, period. Anything else is status quo.

    Santorum does want to impose his beliefs on people, he is just changing his tune as of late. Have you not been listening to him? Gay marriage is a perfect example. He doesn't believe in it, and he wants to impose that belief on america, paul does not. Thats all santorum talks about his beliefs. He rarely talks about economy specifics.
     
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    You apparently hear what you want to hear. Deal with it yes, not regulate. Those are not equals. When he said "We" he did not say The Federal Government - he was referring to US as a society. Good try though.
     
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    He said it on the debate. Maybe it's Paul changing his tune in the last couple of debates? Ever consider that?

    Anyway, I'm a Paul supporter. He is the only one left that is for the FairTax! How do you lib minded people feel about that?

    Fair enough, I can buy that argument. But the same can be said about Santorum, especially since he's said as much, including in this last debate.
     
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    Something else is keeping you from voting for Santorum, it cant just be that he doesn't want fair tax. Im sure you support Ron Paul for more than just the fair tax. For the record, im not a liberal. Social liberal maybe.
     
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    I feel that ALL FOUR of them would be way better than Obama. I dont agree with 100% of what any if them say but I'm ok with ANY of them over Obama. Paul is the only one for the FairTax though.
     
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    So your OK that 3 of them are ready to fight Iran as soon as they get in office? Or that none of them directly address the debt problem?
     
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    So your OK that 3 of them are ready to fight Iran as soon as they get in office? Or that none of them directly address the debt problem?
     
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    Despite ANYTHING that you say about any four of them, they are way better than Obama. Is that clear enough for you?;)
     
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    And I disagree that another war is better than 4 more years of Obama.
     
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    so you and I will vote for Obama and Lap will vote for the flavor of the week by the GOP.
     
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    That's ok. With another four years of Obama and we will have a "nucular" Iran. I think that is worse than the GOP flavor of the week.
     
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    Based on what? Not declaring war? What about North Korea? How many wars do you advocate?
     
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    Hey, I'm with Paul on this one in what he said in the last debate. If we want to go into Iran, have congress declare war. Sounds like I fine plan Paul has.
     

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