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noztnac
02-09-2008, 05:24 PM
It's time to quit being hopeful and to start getting angry! Throughout this campaign everyone was in some self congratulatory overly optimistic stupor. And now people have somehow convinced themselves that if Ron Paul regains his tiny congressional seat that we have won. That's just plain absurd. I love Ron Paul but how much real impact did he have while congressman? The other corrupt members of congress just voted against him and ignored him time and time again. We did nothing about monetary policy. We passed the patriot act. We more than doubled the size of the department of education. Illegals flooded into our country. We started an unprovoked war that has cost billions of dollars and thousands of lives.

The Republicans will lose this election. The question is who gets to take the credit for it. It will be either Hillary or Ron Paul. I would prefer to have Ron Paul be the guy to put the final nail in the coffin. Otherwise people may think that Hillary and her socialist ideals are the solution.

With a third party run, even if Ron Paul doesn't win he prevents war monger asshole McCain from winning and gets the final laugh for all of us against the Republican party. The Republican party can and should be crushed right now for it's arrogance and horrendous reign.
The best way to get hold of the Republican Party is to crush the life out of it. Ron Paul is in a position to do just that but is taking the easy route, falling in line, and going back to his house seat, which might not even be there.

I'm giving all of the patriots here a week or so to come to their senses and to grow the balls to take the axe to the Republican Party right here and now. If you guys don't have the fight in you and you are resigned to defeat I guess I'll just have to leave. Too bad because I really had faith in this movement.

fedup100
02-09-2008, 05:25 PM
Sadly I must agree with you.

ambiguousscion
02-11-2008, 07:42 PM
I havn't given up hope, we the power is in the congress... vote for a Constitutionalist or Libertarian for Congress and local positions... Become a part of the local GOP or Libertarian Party... Keep the Revolution alive Locally

CaveDog
02-11-2008, 11:56 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dib2-HBsF08

FTL
02-12-2008, 06:48 AM
It's time to quit being hopeful and to start getting angry! Throughout this campaign everyone was in some self congratulatory overly optimistic stupor. And now people have somehow convinced themselves that if Ron Paul regains his tiny congressional seat that we have won. That's just plain absurd. I love Ron Paul but how much real impact did he have while congressman? The other corrupt members of congress just voted against him and ignored him time and time again. We did nothing about monetary policy. We passed the patriot act. We more than doubled the size of the department of education. Illegals flooded into our country. We started an unprovoked war that has cost billions of dollars and thousands of lives.

The Republicans will lose this election. The question is who gets to take the credit for it. It will be either Hillary or Ron Paul. I would prefer to have Ron Paul be the guy to put the final nail in the coffin. Otherwise people may think that Hillary and her socialist ideals are the solution.

With a third party run, even if Ron Paul doesn't win he prevents war monger asshole McCain from winning and gets the final laugh for all of us against the Republican party. The Republican party can and should be crushed right now for it's arrogance and horrendous reign.
The best way to get hold of the Republican Party is to crush the life out of it. Ron Paul is in a position to do just that but is taking the easy route, falling in line, and going back to his house seat, which might not even be there.

I'm giving all of the patriots here a week or so to come to their senses and to grow the balls to take the axe to the Republican Party right here and now. If you guys don't have the fight in you and you are resigned to defeat I guess I'll just have to leave. Too bad because I really had faith in this movement.



I agree. You pretty much summed up my thoughts.