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    04-06-2017, 05:03 PM
    There are not many people left in 2017 that believe this crap anymore. I have friends and family that hear about these recent stories regarding Syria and their initial reaction is that they are nonsense. This didn't use to be the case, but it is now. Your average person is getting tired of hearing about these middle eastern problems that often are blown completely out of proportion by news orgs in every direction and many of these same people think these recent stories about Syria are garbage, because they are. Ron Paul re-emphasized this by saying "zero chance". Yet we've got a number of threads up on these forums now, reinforcing the news standard narrative. More middle eastern debauchery, more escalation of fear and talk of war in response, increasing build up by our nations leaders of the importance of our role in the world for solving these problems through use of force, blah blah blah blah This is a distraction, per usual tactics, to get us off more important matters. Not going to work.
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    04-04-2017, 11:19 PM
    This story has blown up to the point that both Rand and Ron think this is a serious issue and needs to be investigated further. Rand especially seems invested in his recent tv interviews, pivoting to one of his favorite and filibuster issues, mass surveillance. Good. Still.. I see people in this thread in denial of this. Interesting.
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    04-03-2017, 08:23 PM
    To the naysayers in this thread: Is it not good that we have people from the left coming to agree with the ideas of limited government and conservative fiscal policy? I thought that's what Ron Paul and the libertarian movement were about, spreading good ideas and getting people on board with these notions through education. Seems like it is paying off.
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    04-03-2017, 08:16 PM
    This represents a sign of things to come. Some progressive liberals have had it with the Democrats or are Bernie supporters that believed in his message, only to see him sell his soul and capitulate to Hillary. I think they are beginning to come to the same realizations many of us came to decades ago. This thing we call government is beyond broken and electing and reelecting in the same old people will do nothing to help most American people. Rubin recognizes this. He's already making steps in a better direction and I could see him being a full blown libertarian within a few years.
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    03-31-2017, 10:52 PM
    Can we sticky this on the front of the website? :D Could not have summed it up better myself, especially the snide remarks part. It sometimes feels like I am reading a YouTube comments section.
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    03-28-2017, 10:29 PM
    Thank you for the correction.
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    03-28-2017, 10:12 PM
    This bill and its predecessors have passed in the house 3 times now to my knowledge. The problem is the Senate, where it always dies. The last senate vote was 53-44 in favor, but it required 60 votes to be passed. All Republicans voted yes that were present, with a controversial absence of Ted Cruz. All Democrats voted no. Bernie Sanders was the only non-Republican yes vote as well.
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