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    Today, 04:04 PM
    I am not at all familiar with Game of Thrones but I have heard that expression many times and fully agree with it.
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    Today, 04:01 PM
    Your experience seems to be vastly different than mine and I can and do respect that. In my own personal experience, most of the immigrants I know are very good people, good friends, great business owners, and open to the ideals of Ron Paul and fiscal responsibility. In my own personal experience, corrupt politicians, moron voters and the dumbed down society created by the FedDeptEd are my biggest beef, along with a banking system that is the root of most problems. Until those change, all bets are off. And restricting more rights will not help; it only plays directly into their hands.
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    Today, 03:43 PM
    I don’t give a flip about “America’s independence”, until America gives a flip about my independence, which this central government absolutely doesn’t. The old saying, start with yourself, then your family, everything else will work itself out.
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    Today, 03:35 PM
    I’d be a whole happier :) Then maybe I wouldn’t get so upset at airports and cause a scene every time they confiscate my personal belongings that I pay good money for - without a search warrant, or court order to steal from me. Now, if I or somebody else harms another person or property, I can agree with arrest, a court date and facing the accuser, according to the Bill of Rights which we are all fighting to restore here on RPF.
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    Today, 03:24 PM
    A one-world government does not care one bit where people are located. What they care about are pitting people against people, country against country at the expense of individualism, an education system designed to dumb down populations, and funding police state apparatus to line corporatists pockets and to monitor/control every man woman and child throughout the world as stated in the 2030 agenda. What was once a temporary measure and to cease right after the world war ended, passports are now mandated in every country throughout the world, along with increasing use of facial recognition. More than 3 oz of body deodorant will be confiscated, not even a sealed bottle of water is permitted, and baby formula screened, scrutinized and sampled if you are somehow able to get away with having it. United States, Europe, Australia, Mexico, it just doesn’t matter. Once the “Land of the Free” mandates police state policy, all other countries follow suit. This government is directly complicit in accomplishing the new world order. And the American citizens in this country allow welcome it to happen.
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    Today, 02:23 PM
    Bingo and that’s exactly how I feel every single time I contact my state reps Grrrrrrrr!
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    Today, 02:12 PM
    PA is a commonwealth and doesn’t have ballot issues like Ohio. The problem is with dumbed down voters and the politicians who line their own pockets. People, no matter what party, vote for their favorite team not understanding that both teams are actually the same single big government. Republican politicians/candidates here in my state give grand podium rhetoric about fiscal responsibility but once the electorate votes them into office those politicians vote contrary to their speeches. I can’t sit here and blame immigrants when most of the legal Americans and politicians don’t care enough to understand what they are voting for or make a stand to hold their politicians feet to the fire. When I ask people about state senate and house bills they look at me like I’m speaking Arabic. When I try to explain the bills/issues they respond by telling me if their republican representatives vote a certain way they are sure that it was the right thing to do. Some are aware, but by far, not enough to make a slight dent. Any mention of replacing an incumbent republican representative with another will get your ass handed to you on a plate.
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    Today, 01:22 PM
    I drive right over the border and get it much cheaper in Ohio. I hope they don’t put a wall or a fence up that would make the trip exceed the cost of the savings. PA is also considered one of the most corrupt states in the country.
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    Today, 10:54 AM
    That link is not reliable either. Try this: https://ksby.com/news/2019/06/24/california-legislature-oks-health-insurance-mandate-2
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    Today, 10:47 AM
    This is what showed up when I went to that page: This link works fine: https://freedombunker.com/2019/06/14/rising-conservatives-are-as-hostile-to-freedom-as-the-leftists-they-disdain/
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    Today, 10:37 AM
    I stand corrected, now that you explained the position I understand now.
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    Today, 10:06 AM
    Truer words cannot be said. Hatred of other human beings never accomplishes anything good. Even Ron Paul (and I) frequent Mexico spreading the ideas of liberty and freedom.
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    Today, 09:47 AM
    I can not make out the pic due to size and graininess so I do not know. This is but a sample when I coordinated the Congressional District and worked various precincts throughout the day/night, all 3 RP delegates won by landslide. Tampa Convention was a nightmare but it sure was fun! 8 or 10 DHS agents came to "check on us" at the delegate hotel I stayed at, so I gave them all a lecture about the Bill of Rights. They were not interested so walked away one by one.
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    Today, 08:59 AM
    The bills are directed at the people and providing permission, still granting government power over the people. The multiple bills should have been condensed down to 1 and written in a way to emphasize the 2nd Amendment which is the Law of the Land and contain language that would fully prosecute government employees who are in violation. For both the fiscally responsible and the "green environmental" folks, it would taken less ink and paper to write a simple 1 paragraph statement containing such. It may take a while before folks actually catch on. NRA looks like it need more members so that down the road they can muck things up all over again. It is a lobby that we do not need if people would simply defend the Bill of Rights.
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    Today, 08:48 AM
    Bates was on a late night show last night talking about her "medical" maryJ use, she is quite entertaining lol
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    Today, 06:50 AM
    I dig most if not all of Clint's movies so I look forward to this. Clint is a very good republican. But he is not a libertarian, certainly when he did not recognize Ron Paul in that election. Perhaps the wool was pulled over his eyes when he saw the "R" after that Massachusetts Democrat's name. Clint should know how TV works, I wonder why he never looked at romney's pathetic leftist record.
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    Yesterday, 10:30 PM
    By Caitlin Johnstone - June 24, 2019 Last night Fox’s Tucker Carlson praised Trump’s decision not to go forward with a planned attack against Iran which the president claims would have killed approximately 150 people in response to a downed drone, which if true would have been a profoundly barbaric response to a broken toy plane and would have led to retaliations from Iran, followed by a chain of military actions which could have escalated God knows how far. Carlson, who has been credited with persuading Trump against further military escalations with Iran, lit into the neoconservative elements of Trump’s cabinet with unprecedented viciousness. He called National Security Advisor John Bolton a “bureaucratic tapeworm” who never suffers any consequences for his relentless warmongering and accusing him and his collaborators of deliberately engineering a provocation to lead to direct military confrontation. Carlson urged Trump to expunge the influencers who are pushing for a war with Iran, and cautioned that it would cost him re-election. “Bombing Iran would have ended political career in a minute,” Carlson said. “There’d be no chance of re-election after that.” Carlson’s first guest, The American Conservative‘s Robert Merry, plainly stated the likely reason for Bolton’s deceitful manipulations, saying that Americans are typically reluctant to go to war and citing a few of the historical instances in which they were tricked into consenting to it by those who desire mass military violence.
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    Yesterday, 05:10 PM
    SwordShill, I am not interested in debating you any more. You are the very STATIST I deal with in committee all of time. My goal is to replace STATISTS like you, which we are finally beginning to do slowly, but SURELY. Furthermore, you do not need to worry about me or my views. I do not participate in national circus elections to support the FED anymore and will not vote. I will continue to drill Freedom, Liberty and Fiscal Responsibility to "democrats", "independents", and "republicans" in committee, until it sinks into them what liberty truly is. The most I will ever do is vote local -- if that.
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    Yesterday, 04:59 PM
    Tell you what: devise a test and oath for Americans, ESPECIALLY those in COMMITTEE to do the same, and have THEM sign an affidavit. I am SICK and TIRED of "republicans" sitting around a table lecturing ME time and again why I NEED to support STATISTS while at the same time shredding me a new asshole for wanting to put a true liberty candidate on the ballot. THAT right there will be PLENTY MORE than half the battle. If REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE members can not support Freedom, Liberty and Fiscal Responsibility, what in the world good would it do for me to have immigrants sign an affidavit when they are not even part of the COMMITTEE?!?!?!
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    Yesterday, 08:27 AM
    Conversation with you is pointless due to the fact that you never address anything that I say. You do like to comment but provide nothing to back it up with. For example, I provided personal experience at my Republican Committee Meetings, and also provided a video here which 100% qualifies my position: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?536021-Immigrants-Were-NOT-Repsonsible-For-The-Making-Of-This-Video
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    Yesterday, 08:16 AM
    Pictures please or it did not happen. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?536021-Immigrants-Were-NOT-Repsonsible-For-The-Making-Of-This-Video
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    Yesterday, 08:12 AM
    Looks like we need a wall. Off topic - I do not believe any of the list is Mexican. Also off topic - I do not recall seeing ANY Mexicans at the last "Republican" Committee Meeting. But they keep REJECTING Liberty Candidates and telling me that we do not live in the Wild Wild West anymore. I asked one of the Republican Committee Members what the 9th Amendment was and I got a blank, evil stare. Hmmm.
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    Yesterday, 07:46 AM
    BS Come attend a Committee Meeting with me. You will NOT see rooms full of immigrants with dark skin and taco plates. You WILL see average white Americans who "Served" their Country and CLAIM to be multi-generational life-long 'republicans". Propose putting a Liberty Candidate on the ballot. Then see what happens next. Better yet, go to your own Committee Meeting where you live and let me know if the room is 100% full of Mexicans. Let me know if it is 50% full of Mexicans. In fact, let me know if it is 20%. Please report your findings here. I am book marking this thread for future reference to see if you put your money where your mouth is. Oh, and I want pictures, too, or it NEVER happened.
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    Yesterday, 07:34 AM
    No. There will be a strong movement for them to be "re-educated", to not write about such things online. And then back to the streets again.
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    Yesterday, 07:23 AM
    The TRUTH is Political Activist like ME and many others with Legal Status, FUNDS, Committee Meetings and know the inner-workings of the system can not change the corrupt government to even support and elect our own American Liberty Folks, what makes you think poor down and out people from another country wanting to eat can just come here and take over our elections. The TRUTH is you have your mind made up and it can not be changed. The TRUTH is you buy the hype this government has been spewing for well over a hundred years and keep falling for its tactics to oppress not only immigrants but Americans as well. The TRUTH is, Americans ALWAYS Blame Others for their own self-doing. Case in point: the old ex-military fogy and old lady with dyed red hair at the committee meetings want NOTHING to do with Liberty and Freedom, otherwise they would support the Liberty Candidates instead of chastising them and slamming the door in our faces. USA USA! You, sir, are in DENIAL.
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    Yesterday, 06:25 AM
    I live by the border of two states (PA and Ohio) and also travel extensively. In my area there are many immigrants who have successful businesses, restaurants, landscaping, building contractors, hardware stores, etc. As devil21 stated above which I can personally attest to, these are the folks who work very hard, complain about and try to reduce taxes and initially came here believing in the myth of American freedom. Even their offspring work the businesses many of which are family run. Hispanic, Indian, Slovak, it is a very mixed area indeed. I have lived in many cities across this country throughout the decades and still travel today. I just do not see what some here are shilling about. My kick in the ass is when I try to talk about freedom and liberty, and I stated this above: it is the old ex-military fogies and old ladies with dyed red hair at the committee meetings who can’t stand the mention of Ron Paul’s name and keep telling me we do not live in the Wild Wild West anymore. They are the ones who hail the likes of Romney, Kasich, Mike Kelly (R-PA-CD3) and others. Each time we have a liberty candidate that we want to run, the door is immediately slammed in our faces. If Tom Massie was running in my area, he would have zero chance of even being considered, they do not like him at all. I have been involved in politics for a very long time, not just talking about it, but actually engaged in it. While some have personal experiences of their own, I also have mine. Ex-Military fogies, Old Ladies with Dyed Red Hair, kids learning Fed.gov Common Core to hail the state, multi-generational American Section 8 shacking up with 4 guys to have 6 kids just to increase the monthly welfare check - THEY are who is destroying our country. NOT hard working immigrants who work the jobs Section 8 Americans do not want.
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    Yesterday, 04:54 AM
    Perhaps you are right. But put my entire statement into context here. Keeping those out who align with liberty while keeping those in who oppose it, it looks like this is what Americans truly want.
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    06-24-2019, 09:06 PM
    In my years of experience here in my state and in Ohio immigrants are much more open to the ideals of Ron Paul. It is the old ex-military fogies and old ladies with dyed red hair at the committee meetings who can’t stand the mention of Ron Paul’s name and keep telling me we do not live in the Wild Wild West anymore. So, where is my time and money better spent? Listening to SS and AF, or bringing more people on board who align with liberty and why they came here to open up businesses rather than stay in their oppressed country?
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    06-24-2019, 08:55 PM
    I explained my position and how I read it. You are merely trying to stir up trouble. I am dropping out of this conversation with you and moving on.
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