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Thread: RFK Jr.'s 2024 POTUS campaign

  1. #541
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    RFKJr publicly opposed the death jabs. Trump plunged the nation into financial ruin to pay Big Pharma to kill us.
    I'm pretty sure RFKJr would continue to wreck our economy. He put out a video a couple months ago on how to fix housing by offering ultra low interest government loans. He reminds me of Dennis Kucinich. They're both pretty good on foreign policy but they're hard core socialists. North Korea hasn't attacked anyone but I wouldn't want to live there.



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  3. #542
    Quote Originally Posted by Madison320 View Post
    I'm pretty sure RFKJr would continue to wreck our economy.
    I'm pretty sure that, if we forced them to swear him in, they'd deliberately wreck the economy just to show us who's boss.

    And I don't see anything less steering us away from the abyss.

    Nothing about this "election" is inside the box. And a Neo-Kennedy Administration could never be about what he wants to do, but rather what he can do against the wrecking crew.

    If you want the economy not wrecked, submit. Opt into the CBDC with its social credit score and its shutoff valve and everything that goes with it. These sociopaths aren't playing tiddlywinks.

  4. #543
    Quote Originally Posted by Madison320 View Post
    I'm pretty sure RFKJr would continue to wreck our economy.
    I'm pretty sure wrecking the economy is a foregone conclusion regardless of who is (s)elected as President. The point here is that high poll numbers for RFK means increased stress for the DNC/RNC machine. I'm all for it.
    "And now that the legislators and do-gooders have so futilely inflicted so many systems upon society, may they finally end where they should have begun: May they reject all systems, and try liberty; for liberty is an acknowledgment of faith in God and His works." - Bastiat

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  5. #544
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post

    If you want the economy not wrecked, submit. Opt into the CBDC with its social credit score and its shutoff valve and everything that goes with it. These sociopaths aren't playing tiddlywinks.
    You have too high an opinion of the deep state if you think they can stop the economy from being wrecked. We've got too much debt to get out unscathed. Ron Paul couldn't get us out. We are either going to get hyperinflation or depression. The only way to stop hyperinflation is to drastically cut government spending and then we'd go into a depression but at least we'd eventually recover. Nobody has the guts to cut spending.

    That being said I won't complain if Trump or RFKJr gets elected. They both suck but at least they're outsiders.



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  7. #545
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptUSA View Post
    I'm pretty sure wrecking the economy is a foregone conclusion regardless of who is (s)elected as President. The point here is that high poll numbers for RFK means increased stress for the DNC/RNC machine. I'm all for it.
    True. The economy is already wrecked from an accumulation of debt. I agree that anyone who the deep state doesn't like is a good thing.

    One thing about RFKJr that might be better than Trump. They'll both increase stress on the deep state but as the economy continues its crash at least with RFKJr it might get blamed on socialism. With Trump it'll get blamed on capitalism even though he's a socialist. I was saying this before the 2020 election. At least Biden got blamed for the spike in inflation. Of course the Trumpsters don't realize that Trump created half the inflation already on the books, it just hasn't shown up in prices. I can't wait to hear the Trumpsters excuse for the double digit plus price inflation that is almost certain to hit us.

    Anyway my initial point is that if RFKJr was able to implement his policies he'd be a horrible president for liberty.
    Last edited by Madison320; 04-05-2024 at 01:20 PM.

  8. #546
    Quote Originally Posted by Madison320 View Post
    That being said I won't complain if Trump or RFKJr gets elected. They both suck but at least they're outsiders.


    You want an outsider? Cornel West.
    "When Sombart says: "Capitalism is born from the money-loan", I should like to add to this: Capitalism actually exists only in the money-loan;" - Theodor Fritsch

  9. #547
    Quote Originally Posted by Snowball View Post


    You want an outsider? Cornel West.
    Yeah, maybe I should've said I won't complain "as much" if Trump or RFKJr get elected. I'll still complain when they start doing stupid crap.

  10. #548
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post


    Repeat lies often enough...
    Unfortunately for you someone like me always comes along and demolishes them with the truth.
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  11. #549
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Unfortunately for you someone like me always comes along and demolishes them with the truth.
    Yes, nice of you to keep us right up to date on the latest Treehouse propaganda.

  12. #550
    RFK Jr. Says he Would Codify Nationwide ‘Right’ To Abortion If Elected President

    https://www.infowars.com/posts/rfk-j...ted-president/


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  14. #552
    He won't be pursuing the nomination from the Libertarian Party.

    Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has ruled out a run as a Libertarian candidate to assist in his efforts to get on the ballots in all 50 states -- a marked change from his prior posture, where he kept the door open.

    "We're not gonna have any problems getting on the ballot ourselves so we won't be running Libertarian," he told ABC News

    Kennedy spoke from West Des Moines, Iowa, where his campaign was taking a victory lap, touting their Saturday afternoon gambit to get on to the general election ballot in Iowa through a quirk in state law as a rollicking success. Its plan was to hold a small, one- day convention in West Des Moines with at least 500 eligible voters, who must hail from at least 25 of the state's 99 counties.

    The campaign says they surpassed that benchmark -- a member of his team claiming it accrued 686 credentialed delegates representing more than 35 counties in Iowa. The results have yet to be certified by the Iowa secretary of state's office.

    During the interview with ABC News prior to his assembly Saturday, Kennedy said he found a single day event "easier" than amassing the 3,500 signatures needed to gain independent access via petition.

    And he said "100% confident" he can replicate these results in all 50 states, despite encountering concurring road-blocks to getting on the ballot across the country.

    "We're going to add probably two to three states a week," Kennedy said.

    The independent candidate running on a We the People Party ticket seemed confident he needs little to no outside help, telling ABC News he doesn't plan to join the Libertarian Party to assist in his efforts to get on the ballots.
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  16. #553
    https://twitter.com/Holden_Culotta/s...62138772607333

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  17. #554
    It certainly is ironic that institution is named for democracy, isn't it?

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  19. #556
    He should run for the nomination of the Green Party. He practically would already have that nomination wrapped up.
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  20. #557
    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    He should run for the nomination of the Green Party. He practically would already have that nomination wrapped up.
    But what would it bring to him? They aren't on the ballot in my state.

  21. #558
    Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has been a longtime opponent of requiring voters to show proof of identification to cast a ballot, a number of his resurfaced writings and interviews show.

    The material reviewed by Fox News Digital was published throughout 2008 in the run-up to that year's presidential election, and included Kennedy referencing voter ID laws as "racially rancid," and claiming voter fraud was "non-existent."

    One of his past writings – a comic book co-authored with investigative journalist Greg Palast and sponsored by numerous liberal and left-wing organizations – specifically claimed voter ID requirements were discriminatory against Black people.

    "One out of every ten Americans don’t have a government-issued ID because they don’t travel abroad, so they don’t have passports, and they don’t drive a car[,] so they don’t have drivers['] licenses. The number rises to one in five when you’re dealing with the African American community. And, indeed, for those people to get a government-issued ID – it’s an obstacle," Kennedy wrote on page 16 of the comic.

    On the same page, Kennedy described voter ID laws as "racially rancid," citing thousands of voters rejected at the polls for having an expired license – or no license at all – during an unnamed previous election being "disproportionately" Black.

    Kennedy wrote on another page that an Idaho requirement for newly registered voters in the state to show ID to have a mail-in ballot counted was "a new voter Block-the-Vote trick." He later described voter ID laws as "the newest scam to steal your vote," and specifically called those turned away from the polls for not being able to prove their identity as "stolen votes."

    "Voter fraud is non-existent… everybody who has ever studied this – non-partisan, bi-partisan groups – [has] said that it is simply not a problem in this country," Kennedy also wrote in the comic.

    Kennedy also claimed voter fraud "doesn't exist" during a 2008 HuffPost interview while comparing voter ID requirements to Jim Crow laws and accusing Republicans of using fear surrounding voter fraud as an excuse to make it harder for minorities to vote.

    "Republicans have seized on this in order to erect all kinds of obstacles and impediments that essentially mimic the old poll taxes that were used in the southern states during the Jim Crow period, to keep Black people from voting. Today, they're directed toward suppressing the votes, not only Blacks, but Hispanics and American Indians, of young people of senior citizens," Kennedy said.

    More at: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opini...gs/ar-AA1nsjWe
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  22. #559
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has been a longtime opponent of requiring voters to show proof of identification to cast a ballot, a number of his resurfaced writings and interviews show.

    The material reviewed by Fox News Digital was published throughout 2008 in the run-up to that year's presidential election, and included Kennedy referencing voter ID laws as "racially rancid," and claiming voter fraud was "non-existent."

    One of his past writings – a comic book co-authored with investigative journalist Greg Palast and sponsored by numerous liberal and left-wing organizations – specifically claimed voter ID requirements were discriminatory against Black people.

    "One out of every ten Americans don’t have a government-issued ID because they don’t travel abroad, so they don’t have passports, and they don’t drive a car[,] so they don’t have drivers['] licenses. The number rises to one in five when you’re dealing with the African American community. And, indeed, for those people to get a government-issued ID – it’s an obstacle," Kennedy wrote on page 16 of the comic.

    On the same page, Kennedy described voter ID laws as "racially rancid," citing thousands of voters rejected at the polls for having an expired license – or no license at all – during an unnamed previous election being "disproportionately" Black.

    Kennedy wrote on another page that an Idaho requirement for newly registered voters in the state to show ID to have a mail-in ballot counted was "a new voter Block-the-Vote trick." He later described voter ID laws as "the newest scam to steal your vote," and specifically called those turned away from the polls for not being able to prove their identity as "stolen votes."

    "Voter fraud is non-existent… everybody who has ever studied this – non-partisan, bi-partisan groups – [has] said that it is simply not a problem in this country," Kennedy also wrote in the comic.

    Kennedy also claimed voter fraud "doesn't exist" during a 2008 HuffPost interview while comparing voter ID requirements to Jim Crow laws and accusing Republicans of using fear surrounding voter fraud as an excuse to make it harder for minorities to vote.

    "Republicans have seized on this in order to erect all kinds of obstacles and impediments that essentially mimic the old poll taxes that were used in the southern states during the Jim Crow period, to keep Black people from voting. Today, they're directed toward suppressing the votes, not only Blacks, but Hispanics and American Indians, of young people of senior citizens," Kennedy said.

    More at: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opini...gs/ar-AA1nsjWe
    So he isn't good on some issues. The guy's name isn't Trump or Biden. That still seems enough.

  23. #560
    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    So he isn't good on some issues. The guy's name isn't Trump or Biden. That still seems enough.
    That's the most pathetic thing you could have said.
    Stalin and Mao are not named Trump either.
    RFK is just as bad as Biden, possibly worse.

    Trump is the best option we have and is more good than bad.
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  25. #561
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The material reviewed by Fox News Digital was published throughout 2008...
    What kind of double standard is this? There's another thread around here where you argue that the stuff Trump was doing in that exact same time period means nothing because times and circumstances change.

    Saying that about your orange god but denying the same right to the real opposition candidate is pure hypocrisy. It might even sink to the level of...

    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    ...the most pathetic thing you have said.
    Not sure though. Going that low is a tall order.

  26. #562
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    What kind of double standard is this? There's another thread around here where you argue that the stuff Trump was doing in that exact same time period means nothing because times and circumstances change.

    Saying that about your orange god but denying the same right to the real opposition candidate is pure hypocrisy. It might even sink to the level of...
    The only thing that changed my negative opinion of Trump was his record in office which was totally different from his bad history.
    I didn't vote for him in 2016 and I'm going to hold RFK to the same standard.
    We've had this conversation many times and you pretend to forget it every time.
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  27. #563
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The only thing that changed my negative opinion of Trump was...
    That's not what I said. I said you give Trump a pass on everything he said and did before his miraculous conversion from Demon to Republican. But you'd hold anyone else's third grade report card against them, if you could.

  28. #564
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    That's not what I said. I said you give Trump a pass on everything he said and did before his miraculous conversion from Demon to Republican. But you'd hold anyone else's third grade report card against them, if you could.
    I did not give Trump a pass.
    I recognized he changed or never meant it when he proved it with his actions.
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  29. #565
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    I did not give Trump a pass.
    I recognized he changed or never meant it when he proved it with his actions.

    90% of your posts on this forums are the diametric opposite of what you claim here.
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  30. #566
    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    90% of your posts on this forums are the diametric opposite of what you claim here.
    BUNK.
    I started praising Trump when he started doing good things, he did that early on so I've been doing it for quite a few years now.
    But some of my earliest posts were attacking him for supporting Pence's Crony Capitalist Carrier tax deal, and I have many early posts where I called him Dump.
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    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

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  31. #567
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    BUNK
    Self-identified "conservative" avers that his eyes are wide open. Are they wide open to this?

    https://twitter.com/VigilantFox/stat...14378466402612



    Can't wait to hear why other candidates aren't saying it...

  32. #568
    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Self-identified "conservative" avers that his eyes are wide open. Are they wide open to this?

    https://twitter.com/VigilantFox/stat...14378466402612



    Can't wait to hear why other candidates aren't saying it...
    A few well chosen trendy campaign lies and you close your eyes not only to his past record that he hides from but his current platform that he vocally espouses.

    Meanwhile Trump actually did things to stop and reverse the WEF agenda while in office and you lie about it.
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    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

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  34. #569
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    A few well chosen trendy campaign lies and you close your eyes not only to his past record that he hides from but his current platform that he vocally espouses.

    Meanwhile Trump actually did things to stop and reverse the WEF agenda while in office and you lie about it.
    Who cares? RFK is a protest candidate for those who reject Trump and Biden. RFK has some good positions and some not so good. It's not like he is going to win.

  35. #570
    Quote Originally Posted by 69360 View Post
    Who cares? RFK is a protest candidate for those who reject Trump and Biden. RFK has some good positions and some not so good. It's not like he is going to win.
    Trump is the protest candidate.
    RFK is the red herring.
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    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

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    I love mankindÖitís people I canít stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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