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    I had a genious thought. What if Ron Paul interupted blondie after the 3rd gun question and say...."Wait a minute. These questions are gettign rediculous. We only need one gun question! What we need is more questions on economics and the diminshed purchasing power of our currency, not 3 gun questions!"

    If Dr Paul had interupted the Youtube debate with that, it would have been a stroke of genious, becasue everyone was saying the same thing....where are these stupid questions coming from??? LOL

    Everyone would have thought Dr Paul better than all the others for saying something, while the others pander on subject matter that wasn't worth a hill of beans!



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    Everyone except 2nd amendment voters, who he should be trying to win since it is arguably his strongest issue.

    Not the best tactic, IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weatherbill View Post
    I had a genious thought. What if Ron Paul interupted blondie after the 3rd gun question and say...."Wait a minute. These questions are gettign rediculous. We only need one gun question! What we need is more questions on economics and the diminshed purchasing power of our currency, not 3 gun questions!"

    If Dr Paul had interupted the Youtube debate with that, it would have been a stroke of genious, becasue everyone was saying the same thing....where are these stupid questions coming from??? LOL

    Everyone would have thought Dr Paul better than all the others for saying something, while the others pander on subject matter that wasn't worth a hill of beans!
    That would be rude and ineffective.
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    The only reason anything was said about the war was because he used all his time intended for the FairTax question.

    I would have liked an answer to the FairTax question, thats what McCain actually attacked, Ron's chance on the economy.
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    genius*
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    Quote Originally Posted by weatherbill View Post
    I had a genious thought.
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    hahaha, yeah. Don't think it would have been so "genious" especially when it could alienate strong second amendment voters and they couldn't just change the questions on the fly just because Dr. Paul didn't like the questions.

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