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    Part two of message:

    Here's the point: Only two possible candidates he likely covertly supports: Paul and
    Gingrich. Does he like Gingrich that much? Does he dislike Paul that much considering how often he is in total agreement with him either knowingly or unknowingly? Is he subtlely trying to lead people to figure out that it has to be Paul? Rather than the bigger government Gingrich?
    What do you think of this reasoning?
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    Hi JMDrake,

    Curious about something that seems really way out there and wonder what you might think about it.

    I do listen to Limbaugh, even though he annoys me a lot. Lately, I have heard him just drop a comment here and there that is in total agreement with Dr. Paul. He probably does not even realize it.

    What I am getting at is this: I think he is against Romney (& Christie probably for supporting Romney), Huntsman, Santorum, and probably Bachmann. He may be neutral on Cain, though he has not really bashed his 9-9-9 plan yet, but I cannot believe Limbaugh would approve of that plan. That leaves Perry, Paul, and Gingrich. I think he does not support Perry the not-so -bright and light version of Bush. He has in the recently and in the past spoken against Paul and sometimes Gingrich in years past.

    See part two of message.
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    Hey! I actually just moved down to Auburn since I'm going to college there (I'm originally from PA), but I really do enjoy college football! Wouldn't quite describe myself as indoctrinated yet, though.
  4. I must say--you have far more patience than I do. Good job in that thread.
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    The points you make in this post should be passed on to Doug Wead immediately! Please let me know if you contact him, what he says.
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    Please help! I'm counting on RPF!
  8. Sorry. I mean no hostility. For me the "brain chips" thing is the endgame. The main reason I want to limit the government is because I "fear" they may one day seek the ultimate power to control the minds of men. I used to actually be as hopeful about "brain chips" as you seem to be. Have you ever read the book "Neuromancer"? It's were the term "cyberspace" originated. I thought that was "way cool" and looked forward to the technology reaching that point. Then I saw how much power the government is taking and realized if they were to set up one of these "world wide mind" thingies regaining freedom would be extremely difficult.

    So ye. I think we are on the same team. Just looking at the problem from different angles.

    Right now I'm not doing software. I'm in law school. I have done web programming (ASP, PHP etc), databases, statistics (SAS, SPSS, R) as well as some Java, Forth, Oberon, Python etc. What I've learned about our government from law school scares me a lot more than technology.
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    I sense a little hostility between us... I'm just here to make amends, since we're clearly on the same team, imo.

    I enjoy discussing things with you, always have, especially when we agree.

    Out of curiosity, What kind of software development do you engage in?


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Ron needs to quit playing defense and go on offense. It's not enough to say "the Soviet Union was worse than Iran." If he could point out the following documented facts it would shut the naysayer up for good or at least make them back-peddle.

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