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RonPauledbyYoutube
02-05-2008, 08:43 PM
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I think Ron Paul is very wise. He entered the race as a Republican to get exposure. 3rd parties get no exposure.

He knew that he wouldn't get the nomination because obviously not in the "mainstream" republican (though he is the true one).

Let's be realistic here. The Republican party has an established agenda.. Not even the party votes on issues and principles. They won't nominate the good Dr.

He then generates enough support to force the MSM coverage on the 3rd party candidacy. People will demand from the MSM coverage or else threaten boycotts all over the US.

Very wise man. Indeed.

With his positions, he will get even more attention from the 3 candidate debates. That why we are winning now, you'll see it skyrocket in general election campaining.

What do you think?

literatim
02-05-2008, 08:46 PM
Ron Paul won't give up his Congressional seat to run 3rd party.

me3
02-05-2008, 08:48 PM
Ron Paul won't give up his Congressional seat to run 3rd party.
QFT. It was a little demoralizing to hear Jesse Benton on AJ today talking about donating to defend the congressional seat. Not on Super Tuesday Jesse. :rolleyes:

jp5065
02-05-2008, 08:49 PM
i dont think he can get on most states ballots as 3rd party after seeking nomination for the republican party

fireinme
02-05-2008, 08:49 PM
Ron Paul is an old man. We need to get some young congressmen in the Congress who believe in freedom and the Constitution.

Lou337
02-05-2008, 08:51 PM
Hey, he's healthy as hell okay. He's not mainstream old. He's healthy old. But yes, we do need more like-minded congressmen available to the people.

Paul.Bearer.of.Injustice
02-05-2008, 08:52 PM
there are enough Ron Paul republicans to more than make up for his seat.
He can endorse/hand off his seat to someone else.

If he goes third party by necessity, we'll double our movement.
The days of Lone Wolf are over.
He's only got one more term in him anyways.
Time to go ALL OR NOTHING

123tim
02-05-2008, 08:52 PM
Ron Paul is an old man. We need to get some young congressmen in the Congress who believe in freedom and the Constitution.

Ron Paul has planted the seed.

RonPauledbyYoutube
02-05-2008, 08:53 PM
i dont think get can get on most states ballots as 3rd party after seeking nomination for the republican party

Can anyone say Mass Protest in every state. Strikes, boycotts all over the states. No Taxation without representation. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE!!!

Drastic situations call for drastic measures. It is time people that we make our voice heard.

OutsiderJoe
02-05-2008, 08:56 PM
Ron Paul ought to consider starting a major PAC around which everyone can rally. Let that be his legacy. It's a good one...

molly_pitcher
02-05-2008, 08:56 PM
Ron Paul has planted the seed.

Thank You.

Geronimo
02-05-2008, 08:58 PM
there are enough Ron Paul republicans to more than make up for his seat.
He can endorse/hand off his seat to someone else.

If he goes third party by necessity, we'll double our movement.
The days of Lone Wolf are over.
He's only got one more term in him anyways.
Time to go ALL OR NOTHING

+1

Ex Post Facto
02-05-2008, 09:00 PM
Can anyone say Mass Protest in every state. Strikes, boycotts all over the states. No Taxation without representation. CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE!!!

Drastic situations call for drastic measures. It is time people that we make our voice heard.

Civil Disobedience is when you refuse to obey a regulation or law, on a moral principal. Let us remember this doesn't mean breaking laws, only standing on moral highground in opposition to a regulation or law. We win when we conduct ourselves on that moral highground with respect to others, yet in defiance, peacefully, of the regulation or law.

dvictr
02-05-2008, 09:01 PM
Ron Paul won't give up his Congressional seat to run 3rd party.

whats the "independent " rule