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    Mitt Romney: What happened at the US Capitol today was an insurrection, incited by POTUS

    This is the guy Rand wanted us all to vote for







    Dr. Romney is also concerned about your health


    "urgent action is needed on a comprehensive vaccination plan
    that states can use as a model."

    Thanks Mitt!

    Once again,

    This is the guy Rand wanted us all to vote for



    Did Ron make a deal with this despicable Mitt Romney and then lie about it, while still collecting campaign $?

    Let's ask the recently pardoned Jesse Benton!
    Rand lied about Crimea and Iran
    " US Must Take Strong Action Against Putin's Aggression" -Rand
    的知 not advocating everyone go out and run around with no clothes on and smoke pot, I知 not a libertarian. I知 a libertarian Republican. I知 a constitutional conservative-Rand Paul
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    "Those who choose to continue to" support his dangerous gambit by "objecting to the results of a legitimate, democratic election" will forever be seen as being complicit in an unprecedented attack against our democracy.""
    .
    Seems that those who use free speech to object to an obviously illegitimate election that broke laws and had massive fraud are more important for some to criticize than those who actually riot. No, the people rioting IN A STAGED PHOTO OP are not as important to criticize as those crying election foul.

    That people are not allowed to even question an election, from the mass censorship, suppression of free speech online, threats by mobs to deplatform, and now this, tells me more than anything else that it is not a legitimate free election.

    Free elections by definition are talked about, discussed, and criticized by all sides with objections raised if they are at all free. This election has not been allowed to be talked about from day one, and that has never occurred before in America's history. Will they allow people out of lockdown prison if they are good?

    Politicians are doubling down on stupid when the people are really angry about a lot of things.

  4. #3
    Mitt Romney is part of a system that values its continuance beyond all else. Undermining the public confidence by highlighting voter fraud potentially imperils that system, so it necessarily elicits a dramatic response from those whose livelihoods are most threatened.

    For your average American, it is always safe to assume that whatever he says is disingenuous tripe that is not in their best interest. Everything Mitt Romney does is for the exclusive benefit of Mitt Romney.

  5. #4
    Too bad nobody likes/cares what Romney thinks.
    "Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration is minding my own business."

    Calvin Coolidge

  6. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Peace Piper View Post
    This is the guy Rand wanted us all to vote for







    Dr. Romney is also concerned about your health


    "urgent action is needed on a comprehensive vaccination plan
    that states can use as a model."

    Thanks Mitt!

    Once again,

    This is the guy Rand wanted us all to vote for



    Did Ron make a deal with this despicable Mitt Romney and then lie about it, while still collecting campaign $?

    Let's ask the recently pardoned Jesse Benton!

    Ron Paul didnt make any deals you motherfucker.

    Rand obviously plays politics, much more than the legend, Dr. Paul.

    I doubt Rand is much less libertarian.

    More so than Rand are the Republican voters who chose him over Ron Paul.
    "An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army or any government" - Ron Paul.

    "To learn who rules over you simply find out who you arent allowed to criticize."

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    It's a shame it wasn't, Mitt. But it wasn't.

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    If we had an Honest Election, there would have been NO RIOTS.
    1776 > 1984

    The FAILURE of the United States Government to operate and maintain an
    Honest Money System , which frees the ordinary man from the clutches of the money manipulators, is the single largest contributing factor to the World's current Economic Crisis.

    The Elimination of Privacy is the Architecture of Genocide

    Belief, Money, and Violence are the three ways all people are controlled

    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Our central bank is not privately owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamianTV View Post
    If we had an Honest Election, there would have been NO RIOTS.
    A protest is fine but breaking into the building and looting is not. I think that's the crux of the matter. The location only made it worse.
    It attracts more attention, for sure, but none of the kind that is good for anyone. People should have known better.
    "I am a bird"



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    Rand endorsed him because Rand is a coward. He would rather be in McConnell and Romney's good graces then take a damn stand at the most crucial time.

  12. #10

    Thumbs down

    Romney is a worse enemy than people on the left.

  13. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by MItt Romney
    Those who choose to continue to support his dangerous gambit by objecting to the results of a legitimate, democratic election will forever be seen as being complicit in an unprecedented attack against our democracy.
    What a strange endorsement of Trump ...


    Fr馘駻ic Bastiat (1801-1850)

    • "When law and morality are in contradiction to each other, the citizen finds himself in the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense, or of losing his respect for the law." - The Law (p. 54)
    • "Government is that great fiction, through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else." - Government (p. 99)
    • "[W]ar is always begun in the interest of the few, and at the expense of the many."
      - Economic Sophisms - Second Series (p. 312)
    • "There are two principles that can never be reconciled - Liberty and Constraint."
      - Harmonies of Political Economy - Book One (p. 447)

    tu ne cede malis sed contra audentior ito
    MOFA (Make Orwell Fiction Again)

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    Quote Originally Posted by luctor-et-emergo View Post
    A protest is fine but breaking into the building and looting is not. I think that's the crux of the matter. The location only made it worse.
    It attracts more attention, for sure, but none of the kind that is good for anyone. People should have known better.
    Personally I think its one of two things. One possibility is Agent Provacateurs. Maybe. Not 100% sure on that. More likely is Mob Rule. People get stupid in Mobs. Group Psychology.

    This is a Chess Move by Demoncrats. If we do nothing, they win. If we fight back, they win. Thing is, only one of those two choices, fight or surrender results in the continuation of the US as we once knew it. That understanding provides the consent of their conscience to engage in any sort of destructive activities. Thing is, we KNOW those in power WILL NOT STOP. They will continue locking things down and making things worse, while being "above their own laws".
    1776 > 1984

    The FAILURE of the United States Government to operate and maintain an
    Honest Money System , which frees the ordinary man from the clutches of the money manipulators, is the single largest contributing factor to the World's current Economic Crisis.

    The Elimination of Privacy is the Architecture of Genocide

    Belief, Money, and Violence are the three ways all people are controlled

    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Our central bank is not privately owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luctor-et-emergo View Post
    A protest is fine but breaking into the building and looting is not. I think that's the crux of the matter. The location only made it worse.
    It attracts more attention, for sure, but none of the kind that is good for anyone. People should have known better.
    It was pre-planned and Orchestrated..

    The folks inside with the Photo Ops were all antifa ..There were antifa Brought in on Buses under police escort. and they were let in by Capitol Police.



    and some inside are Complicit.
    Liberty is lost through complacency and a subservient mindset. When we accept or even welcome automobile checkpoints, random searches, mandatory identification cards, and paramilitary police in our streets, we have lost a vital part of our American heritage. America was born of protest, revolution, and mistrust of government. Subservient societies neither maintain nor deserve freedom for long.
    Ron Paul 2004

    Registered Ron Paul supporter # 2202
    It's all about Freedom

  16. #14
    Rand Paul forever lost my respect yesterday when he cowered with the other Senators and spoke only platitudes about states rights in the face of a national coup d'etat.

    I bet his father, Dr. No, would have stood and ask that Sidney Powell's 270 pages of evidence be entered into the congressional record.

    There were still house members objecting. Only one senator was needed.

    A wet paper bag in a senate seat would have represented We the People just as well, if not better.
    Last edited by danda; 01-07-2021 at 03:45 PM.

  17. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by danda View Post
    Rand Paul forever lost my respect yesterday when he cowered with the other Senators and spoke only platitudes about states rights in the face of a national coup d'etat.

    I bet his father, Dr. No, would have stood and ask that Sidney Powell's 270 pages of evidence be entered into the congressional record.

    There were still house members objecting. Only one senator was needed.

    A wet paper bag in a senate seat would have represented We the People just as well, if not better.
    It was a lose/lose scenario. Trump got blamed for that false flag even though he basically tweeted its a trap. They instead deleted the tweet and reported that he instigated it all. There is some serious orwell level doublethink going on. Even the people who rigged the election are trying to blame Trump supporters for people dying in the protest of them rigging the election.

  18. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by unknown View Post
    Ron Paul didnt make any deals you motherfucker.

    Rand obviously plays politics, much more than the legend, Dr. Paul.

    I doubt Rand is much less libertarian.

    More so than Rand are the Republican voters who chose him over Ron Paul.
    First, your use of profanity is hilarious. Can't debate like an adult- were you in DC yesterday? Yelling and screaming might be one way to influence people but I thought RPF'rs were above that. Obviously not. Whatever makes you feel good, sycophant.

    Second- Apparently you are ignorant about the scam the Paul's played on the gullible in 2012 and what actually happened, so try to learn something:

    From March 1 2012:

    Does the Romney-Ron Paul Pact Make Paul a Sellout?



    The proudly incorruptible libertarian's all-but-open collusion with Mitt Romney, the establishment candidate, should infuriate his fans. And yet somehow it doesn't.

    Ron Paul is helping Mitt Romney. It's been obvious for months. You'd think Paul's followers would be outraged by this -- but they're not.

    The Paul-Romney alliance means the race's most ideologically pure fiscal conservative has effectively sold out to the least conservative, least consistent, most establishmentarian candidate in the field. Romney favors the basic concept of progressive taxation and a government's right to compel citizens to purchase health insurance. It's unthinkable that he would, if elected, end the Federal Reserve. Alone among the candidates, he insists that there be no cuts to any military spending. All these stances are anathema to Paul's staunchly absolutist world view.

    On paper, you would think Romney would be the chief subject of attacks from the Paul campaign, which has, in its television ads, been more unapologetically negative than any other. Paul has run one ad that slams all three of his rivals -- Newt Gingrich ("serial hypocrite"), Rick Santorum ("counterfeit conservative") and Romney ("flip-flopper). But that's nothing compared to the attacks he's unleashed pointed solely at Santorum ("fake," "a record of betrayal") and Gingrich ("selling access").

    Romney is the major only candidate Paul hasn't singled out in an ad. And Paul's ads against his competitors have been far more brutal than anything Romney or his super PAC have put on the airwaves. In crucial stages of the GOP primary thus far, he's put hundreds of thousands of dollars behind these ads, helping squelch Santorum and Gingrich when they posed the most danger to Romney's candidacy...READ MORE: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics...ellout/253805/

    There Really Is A Secret Alliance Between Ron Paul And Mitt Romney

    April 2012

    For the past few weeks, reports have been circulating about a "secret alliance" between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, fueling speculation that, if the price was right, the iconoclastic Congressman might be ready to cut a deal and throw his support behind the eventual nominee.
    Paul said Monday that he is "not sure" whether he will endorse the GOP's candidate in the likely event that he loses the nomination fight. His senior advisors deny that there is any deal in the works, and bristle at the suggestion that their candidate could be bought.



    "I think the narrative is amusing to no end I would say 99.9 percent of it is media speculation," the campaign's official blogger Jack Hunter told Business Insider. "Ron Paul's principles will not be compromised. I'm shocked that anyone would think that."

    迭on Paul is incorruptible, senior campaign advisor Doug Wead added. 的n 22 years, there have been no women, no money, nothing so I can't believe he would make a deal now."

    Senior Paul advisors also suggested that Paul's perceived lack of attacks on Romney could have more to do with his animosity toward Santorum and Gingrich than with any "friendship" with the frontrunner. Santorum endorsed Rand Paul's primary opponent Trey Grayson in the 2010 Kentucky Senate race, and Gingrich once campaigned for an opponent of the elder Paul when both men were serving in the House.

    "Our most cordial relationship is probably with Romney痴 people, but cordiality doesn稚 imply anything other than that we are civil," Paul's campaign manager Jesse Benton told BI. 笛ust because we're polite doesn't mean we're cutting deals.

    But sources close to the campaign told Business Insider that, behind the scenes, there have been ongoing discussions between the two campaigns that appear to include, or at least be the precursor to, an eventual deal.

    MORE: https://www.businessinsider.com/the-...-romney-2012-4


    You're suffering from the common disease called "Worshiping Politicians" which seems to have infected the majority of Americans.

    RON PAUL MADE A DEAL WITH MITT ROMNEY, then lied about it, and continued to take campaign $ from people that thought he was serious about running for president. Then little Rand came along and endorsed the louse BEFORE THE CONVENTION- but RPF'rs were still in love with the Paul's and couldn't process the sellout. Much like some RPF'rs that couldn't accept the fact that Obama's "health plan" was the Heritage foundation scam foisted on the public by none other than MITT ROMNEY

    Get Over It (If I was willing to sink to your level I'd add a vulgar word but I'm not)

    Oh yeah and F RAND
    Rand lied about Crimea and Iran
    " US Must Take Strong Action Against Putin's Aggression" -Rand
    的知 not advocating everyone go out and run around with no clothes on and smoke pot, I知 not a libertarian. I知 a libertarian Republican. I知 a constitutional conservative-Rand Paul
    WARNING: mods/admins are editing sigs without notice



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  20. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Peace Piper View Post
    First, your use of profanity is hilarious. Can't debate like an adult- were you in DC yesterday? Yelling and screaming might be one way to influence people but I thought RPF'rs were above that. Obviously not. Whatever makes you feel good, sycophant.

    Second- Apparently you are ignorant about the scam the Paul's played on the gullible in 2012 and what actually happened, so try to learn something:

    From March 1 2012:

    Does the Romney-Ron Paul Pact Make Paul a Sellout?



    The proudly incorruptible libertarian's all-but-open collusion with Mitt Romney, the establishment candidate, should infuriate his fans. And yet somehow it doesn't.

    Ron Paul is helping Mitt Romney. It's been obvious for months. You'd think Paul's followers would be outraged by this -- but they're not.

    The Paul-Romney alliance means the race's most ideologically pure fiscal conservative has effectively sold out to the least conservative, least consistent, most establishmentarian candidate in the field. Romney favors the basic concept of progressive taxation and a government's right to compel citizens to purchase health insurance. It's unthinkable that he would, if elected, end the Federal Reserve. Alone among the candidates, he insists that there be no cuts to any military spending. All these stances are anathema to Paul's staunchly absolutist world view.

    On paper, you would think Romney would be the chief subject of attacks from the Paul campaign, which has, in its television ads, been more unapologetically negative than any other. Paul has run one ad that slams all three of his rivals -- Newt Gingrich ("serial hypocrite"), Rick Santorum ("counterfeit conservative") and Romney ("flip-flopper). But that's nothing compared to the attacks he's unleashed pointed solely at Santorum ("fake," "a record of betrayal") and Gingrich ("selling access").

    Romney is the major only candidate Paul hasn't singled out in an ad. And Paul's ads against his competitors have been far more brutal than anything Romney or his super PAC have put on the airwaves. In crucial stages of the GOP primary thus far, he's put hundreds of thousands of dollars behind these ads, helping squelch Santorum and Gingrich when they posed the most danger to Romney's candidacy...READ MORE: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics...ellout/253805/

    There Really Is A Secret Alliance Between Ron Paul And Mitt Romney

    April 2012

    For the past few weeks, reports have been circulating about a "secret alliance" between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, fueling speculation that, if the price was right, the iconoclastic Congressman might be ready to cut a deal and throw his support behind the eventual nominee.
    Paul said Monday that he is "not sure" whether he will endorse the GOP's candidate in the likely event that he loses the nomination fight. His senior advisors deny that there is any deal in the works, and bristle at the suggestion that their candidate could be bought.



    "I think the narrative is amusing to no end — I would say 99.9 percent of it is media speculation," the campaign's official blogger Jack Hunter told Business Insider. "Ron Paul's principles will not be compromised. I'm shocked that anyone would think that."

    “Ron Paul is incorruptible,” senior campaign advisor Doug Wead added. “In 22 years, there have been no women, no money, nothing — so I can't believe he would make a deal now."

    Senior Paul advisors also suggested that Paul's perceived lack of attacks on Romney could have more to do with his animosity toward Santorum and Gingrich than with any "friendship" with the frontrunner. Santorum endorsed Rand Paul's primary opponent Trey Grayson in the 2010 Kentucky Senate race, and Gingrich once campaigned for an opponent of the elder Paul when both men were serving in the House.

    "Our most cordial relationship is probably with Romney’s people, but cordiality doesn’t imply anything other than that we are civil," Paul's campaign manager Jesse Benton told BI. “Just because we're polite doesn't mean we're cutting deals.”

    But sources close to the campaign told Business Insider that, behind the scenes, there have been ongoing discussions between the two campaigns that appear to include, or at least be the precursor to, an eventual deal.

    MORE: https://www.businessinsider.com/the-...-romney-2012-4


    You're suffering from the common disease called "Worshiping Politicians" which seems to have infected the majority of Americans.

    RON PAUL MADE A DEAL WITH MITT ROMNEY, then lied about it, and continued to take campaign $ from people that thought he was serious about running for president. Then little Rand came along and endorsed the louse BEFORE THE CONVENTION- but RPF'rs were still in love with the Paul's and couldn't process the sellout. Much like some RPF'rs that couldn't accept the fact that Obama's "health plan" was the Heritage foundation scam foisted on the public by none other than MITT ROMNEY

    Get Over It (If I was willing to sink to your level I'd add a vulgar word but I'm not)

    Oh yeah and F RAND
    So the evidence that there was a deal between Ron and Romney was that Ron's ads weren't negative enough towards him, and that there were supposed talks from unnamed sources about an eventual endorsement. Which of course, never ended up happening.

    That's very, very weak.
    NeoReactionary. American High Tory.

    The counter-revolution will not be televised.

  21. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by nikcers View Post
    It was a lose/lose scenario.
    Yeah, Rand Paul lost/lost my respect and support.

  22. #19
    Romney is still a traitor and deep state, look at the applause he got for his speech on the objection in the Senate, some of the Democrats never even got the applause he received. To those of us that went through the 2012 election cycle on here we know all about all the dishonest dirty tricks him and his team pulled against Ron Paul and his team. He is a RINO, the other side likes him because he tickles their ears with what they want to hear from a politician.

    At least Rand is better than Mitt.
    Et cognoscetis veritatem et veritas liberabit vos

  23. #20
    $#@! YOU MITT ROMNEY.
    1776 > 1984

    The FAILURE of the United States Government to operate and maintain an
    Honest Money System , which frees the ordinary man from the clutches of the money manipulators, is the single largest contributing factor to the World's current Economic Crisis.

    The Elimination of Privacy is the Architecture of Genocide

    Belief, Money, and Violence are the three ways all people are controlled

    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Our central bank is not privately owned.

  24. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Peace Piper View Post
    First, your use of profanity is hilarious. Can't debate like an adult- were you in DC yesterday? Yelling and screaming might be one way to influence people but I thought RPF'rs were above that. Obviously not. Whatever makes you feel good, sycophant.

    Second- Apparently you are ignorant about the scam the Paul's played on the gullible in 2012 and what actually happened, so try to learn something:

    From March 1 2012:

    Does the Romney-Ron Paul Pact Make Paul a Sellout?



    The proudly incorruptible libertarian's all-but-open collusion with Mitt Romney, the establishment candidate, should infuriate his fans. And yet somehow it doesn't.

    Ron Paul is helping Mitt Romney. It's been obvious for months. You'd think Paul's followers would be outraged by this -- but they're not.

    The Paul-Romney alliance means the race's most ideologically pure fiscal conservative has effectively sold out to the least conservative, least consistent, most establishmentarian candidate in the field. Romney favors the basic concept of progressive taxation and a government's right to compel citizens to purchase health insurance. It's unthinkable that he would, if elected, end the Federal Reserve. Alone among the candidates, he insists that there be no cuts to any military spending. All these stances are anathema to Paul's staunchly absolutist world view.

    On paper, you would think Romney would be the chief subject of attacks from the Paul campaign, which has, in its television ads, been more unapologetically negative than any other. Paul has run one ad that slams all three of his rivals -- Newt Gingrich ("serial hypocrite"), Rick Santorum ("counterfeit conservative") and Romney ("flip-flopper). But that's nothing compared to the attacks he's unleashed pointed solely at Santorum ("fake," "a record of betrayal") and Gingrich ("selling access").

    Romney is the major only candidate Paul hasn't singled out in an ad. And Paul's ads against his competitors have been far more brutal than anything Romney or his super PAC have put on the airwaves. In crucial stages of the GOP primary thus far, he's put hundreds of thousands of dollars behind these ads, helping squelch Santorum and Gingrich when they posed the most danger to Romney's candidacy...READ MORE: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics...ellout/253805/

    There Really Is A Secret Alliance Between Ron Paul And Mitt Romney

    April 2012

    For the past few weeks, reports have been circulating about a "secret alliance" between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, fueling speculation that, if the price was right, the iconoclastic Congressman might be ready to cut a deal and throw his support behind the eventual nominee.
    Paul said Monday that he is "not sure" whether he will endorse the GOP's candidate in the likely event that he loses the nomination fight. His senior advisors deny that there is any deal in the works, and bristle at the suggestion that their candidate could be bought.



    "I think the narrative is amusing to no end — I would say 99.9 percent of it is media speculation," the campaign's official blogger Jack Hunter told Business Insider. "Ron Paul's principles will not be compromised. I'm shocked that anyone would think that."

    “Ron Paul is incorruptible,” senior campaign advisor Doug Wead added. “In 22 years, there have been no women, no money, nothing — so I can't believe he would make a deal now."

    Senior Paul advisors also suggested that Paul's perceived lack of attacks on Romney could have more to do with his animosity toward Santorum and Gingrich than with any "friendship" with the frontrunner. Santorum endorsed Rand Paul's primary opponent Trey Grayson in the 2010 Kentucky Senate race, and Gingrich once campaigned for an opponent of the elder Paul when both men were serving in the House.

    "Our most cordial relationship is probably with Romney’s people, but cordiality doesn’t imply anything other than that we are civil," Paul's campaign manager Jesse Benton told BI. “Just because we're polite doesn't mean we're cutting deals.”

    But sources close to the campaign told Business Insider that, behind the scenes, there have been ongoing discussions between the two campaigns that appear to include, or at least be the precursor to, an eventual deal.

    MORE: https://www.businessinsider.com/the-...-romney-2012-4


    You're suffering from the common disease called "Worshiping Politicians" which seems to have infected the majority of Americans.

    RON PAUL MADE A DEAL WITH MITT ROMNEY, then lied about it, and continued to take campaign $ from people that thought he was serious about running for president. Then little Rand came along and endorsed the louse BEFORE THE CONVENTION- but RPF'rs were still in love with the Paul's and couldn't process the sellout. Much like some RPF'rs that couldn't accept the fact that Obama's "health plan" was the Heritage foundation scam foisted on the public by none other than MITT ROMNEY

    Get Over It (If I was willing to sink to your level I'd add a vulgar word but I'm not)

    Oh yeah and F RAND
    The Atlantic... the site that openly promoted pedos...

    Everything youve listed is speculation by a bunch of Lefty socialist loving websites with "anonymous" sources...

    You enlarging the font doesnt make it any more credible.

    I see this Ron and Rand hatred on r/libertarian all day.

    Its the typical Lefty socialist authoritarians pretending to be libertarian.

    Youre not even trying to pretend.
    Last edited by unknown; 01-07-2021 at 08:44 PM.
    "An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army or any government" - Ron Paul.

    "To learn who rules over you simply find out who you arent allowed to criticize."

  25. #22
    It's a sign of the times that I can't tell whether this is sarcastic or not ...

    https://twitter.com/TimAlberta/statu...07875974107136



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