Romney – Ron Paul in brutal battle !

The war over delegates at the district level last weekend descended into a brutal battle,  more like a scene from the plains of the Serengeti than a political convention.  Romney Hawks, now in complete control of his campaign (See Romney Hawks) are using strong arm tactics to shut out the Ron Paul forces.  A county chairman in New York has commissioned robo calls declaring that all other candidates have dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.

“If Mitt Romney has won the nomination,” says one of the Ron Paul state directors, “Why are they so threatening and running so scared?  Why would they risk breaking the law or openly lying to people on phone calls?”

I reported to you yesterday on the Ron Paul success in Minnesota and  Iowa.  But only partially.  I held back the full extent of the good news.  The Des Moines Register reported that Ron Paul had won six members on the state committee.  Ahem.  There is much more to say but it is not wise to share.  But since Dr. Paul, himself, let one of the cats out of the bag on CNBC today, I will reiterate his announcement that we took 15 out of 17 members of the Iowa state GOP steering committee.

But don’t cry for Mitt Argentina.  Romneyites are using every trick in the book and then some. In one instance they literally locked the door to keep Ron Paul young people from participating.

From scattered reports of district conventions in numerous states, the Rick Santorum forces are scattered, like sheep without a shepherd.  In many places his campaign is being picked clean by the Romney forces with their “unity” slates, which are anti-prolife and anti-everything else for which Rick Santorum stood.

BTW, if you are Santorum delegate, don’t sell yourself cheap.   The Romney people are making big promises to your colleagues, don’t give away your vote for nothing.  And if you happen to still believe in something, come over to us.

In Missouri, where a Santorum-Ron Paul coalition could have split the delegation, the Santorum people flipped and moved to Mitt Romney, instead.  Depending on how one interprets the final tally, it looks like Ron Paul will get 20 of the delegates, and Romney will get most of the rest, giving only a token to Santorum.  Ironically, the socially conservative, Rick Santorum had asked his people in Missouri to cooperate with Ron Paul, a pro lifer and an evangelical Christian.  But in the end most of the delegates were Santorum supporters in name only and did their own thing, cutting a deal with Mitt Romney.

In Washington State, where Ron Paul and Santorum people are openly cooperating in some districts, the modus operandi of the Romney establishment was especially curt.  The 37th legislative district of King County is a case in point. Borrowing successful tactics used by the Romney Gestapo in Alaska, a determined King County Chairwoman, Lori Sotelo, instituted a last minute “poll tax” of ten dollars.   The Ron Paul people were not deterred.  They meekly submitted to this surprise “rule” and paid her the money.  The meeting began, late but the duly elected delegates were committed to see it through.

When the delegates in attendance, overwhelmingly Ron Paul supporters, duly elected their own Tamra Smilanich as the permanent chair of the caucus, Sotelo watched for a few minutes and then began what can only be described as a continuous assault on democracy at work.  First she interrupted the proceedings to announce that the caucus was adjourned.  She declared that Smilanich was an “operative” of the Ron Paul campaign and had turned the event into a Ron Paul campaign meeting.  Since the insurance was paid for by the King County GOP, she determined it did not cover a Ron Paul event, thus the meeting was closed.

No reason was cited to substantiate the accusation and videos now abound on the internet giving viewers a blow by blow account of events as they unfolded.  Participants insist that Smilanich operated within the Robert’s Rules of Order and her election was legitimate.  Her only fault was she hailed from the Ron Paul camp.

After Smilanich allowed for speeches and just before the body could vote, Lori Sotelo made another attempt to end the proceeding and prevent any vote from taking place.  Once more she contended that the premises had to be vacated because chairman Smilanich was acting as a Ron Paul campaign surrogate.  A few minutes later she announced that the premises had to be vacated because the place had been rented for a limited amount of time and that time was now ended.

With this ugly tug of war ongoing, the meeting dragged on for hours, relocating to different places, but, miraculously, a quorum was maintained and delegates were elected to the next round.

See: High noon in Washington State.

Of course, the establishment GOP and the Romney campaign continue to make every effort to stop or discourage the Ron Paul involvement on the grounds that Mitt Romney has won the nomination and the party should unite.

Vincent Reda, the Rockland County, New York chairman had robo phones call to all Republicans in the county declaring that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.  Where the calls made with Republican money?  If so, it was illegal.

Listen to Vincent Reda give his false message.

One wonders why the Romney forces are so nervous.  Why would they misrepresent the facts?  Why would their shills in the main stream media keep beating the drums,  saying to the Ron Paul supporters, “Get out, get out, get out.”

No one stops to ask the question that if Mitt Romney has the nomination won, why should all of these people have to get out?  Why wouldn’t the Romney organizers be saying, “Get in, get in, get in?”

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244 Responses to Romney – Ron Paul in brutal battle !

  1. Keith says:

    Well I’m ready for April 28th this Saturday at the caucus here in Louisiana I’m excited to see how it is going to play out to see if there is any bullshit . Let’s Get It on…. Ron Paul 2012!!!!!

    • tex2 says:

      Be sure to give ALL of your money to RIP as well. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        I will give Dr. Paul as much as I can.

      • tex2 says:

        No, that is not enough. You MUST give everything, sell everything you have, pick up aluminum cans and sell them, EVERYTHING must go! LOL

      • SheldonFromDownUnder says:

        Yes tex2, we will give to RIP – THE Restoration In Peace, A.K.A Dr. Ron “Incredible” Paul!

      • tex2 says:

        Too bad the term RIP is already known as Ron “Independent” Paul aka Rest In Peace. LOL

        The “restoration” RIP represents is similar to the appeasement before WWII, made infamous by the “Incredible” Neville Chamberlain, aka “peace in our time.” LOL

        Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. LOL

      • Rob R says:

        tex2 – As many enemies as you appear to desire I have to question your sanity but I can at least assure you that every single keypress you make here is a complete waste of your life… great work.. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        Rob R,

        The problem is you don’t even know the reasons I’m here. LOL

        That makes your statement stupid. LOL

      • DT says:

        tex2

        Let me guess. LOL.

        By what you’ve posted in all these Blogs, people can only assume that you have a MEGA “hard-on” for Doug Wead – possibly because of the Choices you’ve made in Amway. LOL.

        And the reason why you include “LOL’s” in every post – is because if you get “banned” from Doug Wead’s Blog – you’re be the “nasty” little Liberal that you are – LOL – and sue or “make a stink” toward Doug Wead – and then say that your “LOL’s” were just YOUR WAY of “kidding around”. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        Nice guesses, but you’re dead WRONG. LOL

        But you’re consistent, because you’re wrong about EVERYTHING. LOL

      • DT says:

        tex2

        You’re right. I was wrong in saying you’re a “nasty” little Liberal. LOL. I meant to say you’re a “dirty” little Neocon. LOL.

        Yup. That’s more accurate – just as my analysis of why you are trying to “trap” Doug Wead. LOL. Neocons, like yourself, get people all “worked up” with LIES and NONSENSE, but never really show their Ulterior Motives, LOL.

      • tex2 says:

        At least I never supported Jimmy Carter, like Anne did. LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      Keith — keep up the fight for Liberty!

      Ron Paul MUST stay on course — keep up the uphill battle to win as many delegates as possible (that the GOP does not prevent him to do, by their obvious chicanery)!

      Ron Paul needs to take Rmoney to Tampa. Then, the PERFIDY of the GOP will be Nationally telecast (hundreds of thousands of Real Americans supporting the only Patriot (RP), vs a few hundred mousey sycophants for Mitt Grosny, will be hard to dismiss)!
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      The American People have long known that the Democrat Party cheats and lies — so they are used to their chicanery (the reason, many call them Democrooks).
      It is high time that they NOW see the GOP is no different — the Republicons fraud, cheating and strong-arming to “elect” Mitt Grosny, may finally have a televised exposure!
      ——————————————————————————–

      After the Tampa Convention — which will probably be the most memorable of spectacles this last 50 years — Ron Paul should take the best path that assures he’ll be part of the Presidential debates vs BO.
      Ron Paul MUST be part of the Presidential debates — so, people can judge the difference between a real Human and plastic sub-humans!
      —————————————————————————————

      It is not unprecedented for a candidate to be the standard bearer for more than one party ( I think in 1896, William Jennings Bryan was the nominee of the Democrats, the Populist Party, and the Silver Republicans; and I believe in 1872, Horace Greeley was nominated by the Democrats and also by the Liberal-Republican Party).

  2. Peter says:

    was republican party $ used for vince reda’s calls

  3. knnknn says:

    “it looks like Ron Paul will get 20 of the delegates”

    20 delegates in Missouri out of how many?

    • tex2 says:

      I would doubt the 20 number as well. LOL

    • James says:

      knnknn , a simple google search can answer that for you… let your fingers to the walking… RP supporters don’t have to have t hings handed to them….

      • knnknn says:

        I google’d and my question still stands, since Google gave me the following answer:

        Ron Paul won 20 delegates in Minnesota and 4 in Missouri.

        Therefore my question remains. Where does the 20 Missouri delegates number come from?

      • tex2 says:

        Somebody’s wet dream. LOL

    • Steve says:

      I believe the total delegates are 40. Tex2, is your mommy still cleaning you nose?

    • Surfisher says:

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt

      • I vote to ban. Free speech is one thing; idiotic trolling is quite another.

      • Kc Cook says:

        The Revolution is Rollin On BABY!!!…I vote to ban #2

      • George Leroy Tirebiter says:

        Add my vote to ban Tex2.

      • 2knowfreedom1 says:

        Ditto…ban #2…idiot!

      • 2knowfreedom1 says:

        I had better clarify that…ban tex2…not #2!

      • annebeck58 says:

        yep–
        completely.

      • Ban him.

        He’s not even REMOTELY intelligent.

      • Forgot to add:

        It baffled me for so long, how a person of Doug Wead’s stature could allow such a juvenile twerp blabbering on his blog for so long!

        And he randomly blabbers some non sequitur about Amway every once in a while. BAN him permanently!

      • FyreWyngz says:

        I’ve been reading this blog for quite some time now and have only now decided to participate. Why is this even a vote? This isn’t a democracy – it’s a BLOG. What blog term of use has tex2 violated? If he’s violated a term then it seems to me that Mr. Wead will take the necessary action.

      • Doug – get rid of the troll please.

      • John says:

        Ron Paul people not only walk and talk like Nazi’s most of them actually ARE Nazis. Several Stormfront members participated in the Missouri Congressional caucus and are bragging about it! I bet there’s a Don and Doug photo on the net somewhere…

      • R says:

        No – don’t ban that loser, I want it around to get it’s nose rubbed in its own feces as the state delegate counts become official.

      • tex2 says:

        R,

        Thank you for your “support.” LOL

      • ban the failed amway sales-boy says:

        meeee toooo

      • I mostly just want him banned because he says “LOL” after literally everything.

        BTW I was the caucus-goer at the WA 37th district caucus who captured Lori Sotelo on camera & uploaded the YT vid linked to this article! (just bragging) I can’t believe how far and wide the story has spread; it’s been picked up by Seattle Times as well… and soon to be Ben Swann’s Reality Check.

        These people need to be held accountable.

      • Doug Wead says:

        Way to go Emilie

      • Michael says:

        Guys, remember that we are fighting for tex2’s liberties, too. Keep in mind that a right is not a privilege TO something, but a protection FROM something. He already grasps the fact that the gov’t spends too much on useless things. It’s only a matter of time before he realizes WHY.

        I vote to let him/her keep embarassing hisself/herself. His/her comments show how logically weak and emotion-based the arguements of “the opposition” are, and I find it rather entertaining.

        I don’t endorse the actions of ignorant trolls, but I’ll fight for their right against aggression.

      • hillbuzzads says:

        I read this blog less often than I would otherwise because of the paid troll. Doug, my enjoyment of your blog would increase ten-fold should the Romneycare operative named Tex2 be banned. If this blog is private property (and of course, it is) then I would suggest it’s perfectly appropriate to do so. It’s like watching a dysenteric dog take repeated dumps on your beautiful living-room carpet. And worse, knowing that your hateful neighbor has trained the dog to do so…

      • theunrepentantpatriot says:

        Moose, The Unrepentant Patriot, says Tex2 must go. Remember the Alamo – and send him there, right away.

      • Vote to ban tex2. Just a shill with no thrills.

      • tex2 says:

        Crucify him…crucify him. LOL

        Why Ron Paul will not be elected and/or would NOT be a good president:
        1. He is old, mousey, whiny, grumpy, skinny, etc. Do not underestimate the importance of these factors, as a very large number of voters are not familiar with the issues, and vote for vanity. Sad but true. It does no good to have good ideas when you don’t have the presidential image, and Ron has neither.
        2. He has been in Congress for 2 decades and doesn’t have a single bill to his name. We elected someone president with zero accomplishments in 2008, why would we want to do that again? How can you expect him to be able to lead the country when he can’t lead a single bill to fruition after 20 years?
        3. He even voted against his own bill to audit the Federal Reserve, because he didn’t get every single detail he wanted. He is so stubbornly rigid he simply takes his toys and goes home if he doesn’t get every little detail he wants.
        4. Many of his domestic policies are admirable, but how does he expect to implement them when he will have to work with Congress to get many of them turned into a reality? Will he simply hold his breath until Congress lets him get his way, because he has zero track record of using any other tactic to be successful?
        5. Most of his foreign policies are dangerous. If we pull out of foreign countries, the vacuum WILL be filled by Russia, China, etc. Once you lose your toehold, it is VERY difficult to expand military operations if the need arises. Think about how hard it would have been for the U.S. to fight Hitler if England had fallen. For example, if China decides they don’t want to allow free flow of oil, we would have no recourse, as it takes years, if not decades, to develop independent energy sources. He is simply naive to the point of being a traitor to his own country. Also, we need forward positioned military presence to fight the global war on terror. It isn’t being fought only in Iraq and Afghanistan, there are operations literally around the world preventing future 9/11 type attacks that simply cannot be fought by guarding our own borders, 9/11 should have taught us that. We must therefore disrupt the terrorist cells wherever they are, so they cannot organize, plan, recruit, train, equip, and attack again. To not do this would be suicidal.
        For the above and other reasons, Ron gets the pot smoking and “freedom at any cost” crowd, and that’s all he will ever get…LOL!!!!!

      • I vote AGAINST banning tex2 based on “majority rule”. I support the republican concept of “rule of law”. If he breaks the forum rules, ban him. If not, let him continue embarrassing himself.

        BTW, that lil list that he keeps copy/pasting should be extremely easy for the average Paul supporter to dismantle. His arguements are some of the weaker ones, lol.

        Expecially the one about “accomplishments”. Imagine how much better things would be without some of these political “accomplishments” that have been shoved through Congress lately.

        And what about the “war on terror”? Hey tex2, we’ve been fighting this fake war for over 10 years, killing thousands and thousands of peaceful civilians in the process. Do we have more enemies, or less? Maybe you should join one of those “dirty hippy” smoke sessions. THC is very effective at increasing focus, and will help you ignore all the distractions so you can see the results of the ideas you are trumpetting.

        Does tex2 also think the Iranians are responsible for the price of gas(even though all oil is traded in American dollars)?

        “There used to be a forest here, but somebody put a bunch of stupid trees on top of it.”

      • Don Howard says:

        @Michael: I agree with you. There must be rules that a moderator can ban the behavior that Tex2 is practicing. We must be careful though, as he drew many into the similar behavior, albeit an understandable reaction to the frustration.

      • tex2 says:

        Oh come on, there are now at least 50 on the “list,” including Don Howard. LOL

        Are all of you who agree going to ask to be taken off of Surfisher’s “list?” LOL

        Or not, and be fake RIPtilians? LOL

        What don’t you like about mob rule? LOL

        Crucify him…crucify him….LOL

        Nobody has “dismantled” my 5 points yet, just a couple of lame attempts. LOL

        Regarding your feeble attempt about “accomplishments,” it is RIP’s JOB to prevent bad legislation, not by sitting in a corner with his eyes, arms, and legs folded, while he whines on camera, it is his JOB to influence other legislators to follow him. LOL

        How you can mention a “fake” war and numerous deaths in the same statement is stupid. LOL

        War is hell. Civilians deaths are minimized, but when the enemy is using them as human shields, it is necessary. LOL

        Would you prefer a weekly 9/11 type attack? Because you can’t choose pure bliss, it’s not an option. LOL

        The Iranians making threats against oil passing through the Strait of Hormuz is definitely one among other factors for the higher price of oil, it’s called supply/demand, Economics 101. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        @Tex2: I agree that a ban should be based on a forum agreement of conduct. I also believe the agreement should include that participants show more respect for each other than you have. In other words: the agreement of conduct should ban your behavior, not your views. That, for all intents and purposes would ban you, unless you changed the disrespectful behavior.

        To answer the contradiction: I would like to retract my vote to ban you by majority rule and add it as a vote for an agreement of conduct that would ban your disrespectful behavior.

        I will readily admit your behavior has tested my ability to respond properly. It seems that it is designed to do just that.

      • tex2 says:

        Wasn’t that sweet. LOL

        As long as the rules are applied to everybody equally, I’m okay with that. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        The Alamo? LOL

        The GOOD GUYS died there. LOL

      • See? Tex2 has nothing but emotion backing up his positions. He literally thinks the gov’t is at war with an idea….. LOL.

        So, tex, how many terroisms have we killed so far? No, son, we are not at war, we are attempting to expand the empire, but you can vote to take money from poor Americans and give it to rich Arabs if it makes you feel safe.

        If tex2 drives home from work, pounds a 12 pack of bud, beats his kids over the head with the bottles, and proclaims,”we’re winning the war on immaturity”, I couldn’t say that his stances were hypocritical.

        War on terrorism(creates new terrorists, Oops)

        War on drugs(creates new criminals, child addicts, makes drug lords more powerful than the police, Oops)

        War on poverty(raises the poverty level, Oops)

        War on, tex2, war on. It sure would be nice if these strong arm/weak mind policies actually created results, though. The republicrats keep telling us,”the world is more dangerous now than ever”.

        Well, we keep blowing crap up, and keep slaughtering innocent people, keep starving children through economics sanctions, keep wasting money trying to scare the world into submission, just like you want. Why aren’t the “peace bombs” working, tex2?

        Take away a man’s reason for living, and you give him a reason to die.

      • tex2 says:

        See? Tex2 has nothing but emotion backing up his positions. He literally thinks the gov’t is at war with an idea….. LOL. —> An “idea” that has nutty people blowing themselves and others up. LOL

        So, tex, how many terroisms have we killed so far? —> If you mean “terrorists,” quite a few, I haven’t bothered to count the scumbags. LOL

        No, son, we are not at war, we are attempting to expand the empire, but you can vote to take money from poor Americans and give it to rich Arabs if it makes you feel safe. —> Expand which empire? LOL As long as we need to import oil, we will need to help the rich Arabs. LOL

        If tex2 drives home from work, pounds a 12 pack of bud, beats his kids over the head with the bottles, and proclaims,”we’re winning the war on immaturity”, I couldn’t say that his stances were hypocritical. —> But I could accurately say that you’re nuts. LOL

        War on terrorism(creates new terrorists, Oops) —> Then kill them, too. LOL

        War on drugs(creates new criminals, child addicts, makes drug lords more powerful than the police, Oops) —> And it would get better if drugs were legal? LOL

        War on poverty(raises the poverty level, Oops) —> I am for spending less for making people more dependent on the government to earn a living. LOL

        War on, tex2, war on. —> Okay. LOL

        It sure would be nice if these strong arm/weak mind policies actually created results, though. —> Some do, many don’t. LOL

        The republicrats keep telling us,”the world is more dangerous now than ever”. —> Who said that? LOL

        Well, we keep blowing crap up, and keep slaughtering innocent people, keep starving children through economics sanctions, keep wasting money trying to scare the world into submission, just like you want. —> You don’t have a clue. LOL

        Why aren’t the “peace bombs” working, tex2? —> They are working, we have have largely pulled out of Iraq, and are in the process of drawing down in Afghanistan. LOL

        Take away a man’s reason for living, and you give him a reason to die. —> These fools are looking for the 72 virgins, but they have a surprise in store them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhmwcmOPemk LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      If all IGNORE the #2, IT will be reduced to nothingness!
      Just a yapping dog that follows its betters trying to get attention….

      ——————————————–

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      This has nothing to do with Free Speech— this blog is Private Property …and when someone
      trespasses it to do Damage, IT needs to be removed from the premises — BANNED!

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt
      21) Ron4Prez
      22) DEMOCIDE
      23) Lee
      24) Sharon
      25) Don Howard
      26) Bill Sanders
      27) drkate
      28) David Reber
      29) Karrack
      30) Vigilantis
      31) glen
      32) Walter Brunswick
      33) shane smith
      34) DOBROIST
      35) RealTexas
      36) Pistol Petunia
      37) tex3
      38) GoodAmerican
      39) Craig Williams
      40) Slammo
      41) magichat666
      42) Drew
      43) Steve
      44) Matthew Reece
      45) Kc Cook
      46) George Leroy Tirebiter
      47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
      48) Daniel Tipping
      49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)
      50) Don Howard
      51) jammer
      52) Jason
      53) Roman Kalt
      54) JO
      55) Jers1
      56) Dean
      57) Concerned Citizen
      58) JC
      58) jammer
      59) Reality
      60) don d
      61) Jessica Diane Wilson
      62) Matthew Reece
      63) Kc Cook
      64) George Leroy Tirebiter
      65) 2knowfreedom1
      66) Daniel Tipping
      67) ban the failed amway sales-boy
      68) Emilie Rensink
      69) hillbuzzads
      70) theunrepentantpatriot
      71) Karen Huffman
      72) FyreWyngz

      p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want
      this Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

  4. There is not one doubt in my mind who to vote for and that is Ron Paul. He is the only candidate who is even for Americans. The others are for everybody except Americans. How any of these other candidates can even be considered for the job is beyond me. The others want to continue to tax and spend, give our borrowed money to other countries, police the world at our expense, control our every move from craddle to grave, treat us like idiots who can not take care of ourselves without there constant vigilance, strengthen the already giant monopolies of the media, hollywood, banking, federal reserve, defense machine,and retail prices of everything, for the wealthy elite.Our country has been taken over by outsiders who do not have our best interest in mind. Israel has more power in our country than all the teachers associations of america put together. Inorder to run for a major office you must have the blessings of the american israel political action group or there media will exclude you as being unelectable and proceed to destroy you in the eyes of the voters. You have only to look at what they did to president carter when he came out with his book about “the truth” how Israel is mistreating the palestinians. ..He was attacked by the american media from all sides, which is proof enough for me to be in favor of immediate break up of our media monopoly with redistribution of stations to insure freedom of speech for all. Ron Paul is the only candidate who has not agreed to attack Iran at the demand of Israel. Therefore he is considered unelectable by the media and all the people who live by the word of the media. If the jews want peace , they should agree to give up there atomic bombs in exchange for Iran stopping there atomic adventures. If either country needs atomic energy for utilities, they should be allowed to buy atomic power plants from the major powers, with the main goal being to do away with atomic weapons as soon as possible for all. The day of aggression must be over for all and we must learn to be happy with what we have and never covet what our neighbor has

    • tex2 says:

      You lie. But that’s okay, the original story was a lie, so it balances out. LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      *Mitt Romney, American Parasite*

      (Mitt Grosny — Romney The Terrible (my prefered title))

      http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31153.htm

      It explains how Bain Capital worked. They would buy SUCCESSFUL companies, with little down, borrowed huge amounts, saddling them with crushing debt, refused to continue equipment purchases or maintenance. Then they would pay themselves huge “management” fees.
      —————————————————–

      Some notable excerpts:

      “Romney is not a vulture capitalist, as Rick Perry says, since vultures eat dead carcasses,” notes Josh Kosman, who has written about the private equity business for 15 years. He’s “more of a parasitic capitalist, since he destroys profitable businesses.” (The host must be healthy enough to be force-fed all that debt, then slowly bled to death…until the parasites drain all the wealth for themselves).

      “When Bain was about to buy a company, its partners would hold a meeting. “He said that about half the time [they] would talk about cutting workers,” Kosman says. “They would never talk about adding workers. He said that job growth was never part of the plan.” That claim was buttressed by the Associated Press, which studied 45 companies bought by Bain during Romney’s first decade. It found that 4,000 workers lost their jobs. The real figure is likely thousands higher, since the analysis didn’t account for bankruptcies and factory and store closings.

      “The Armco plant closing involved more than the torching of 750 jobs, Morrow says. Contractors and suppliers collapsed. Workers’ children and widows lost health care and pension benefits. And while Bain received millions in tax breaks—paid for by the very people left holding the bag—Romney walked away millions richer.”
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      A must read (long) article recommended to all!

      Share it!

      • annebeck58 says:

        Yes, RomNOT has done all he can to DESTROY the American economy.. and he now wants to *basically* run it?
        HOW are people so completely ignorant that they’d vote for this horrid money-grubbing theif? I am ever amazed at the continued power of the media, as this IS their doing.
        Of course Mittens will never be prez= that will be left to the O-bot, until he decides he should crown himself our “dear leader”. The entire RomNot campaign has been orgaized and run by the same folk running the show for O-bot. Who can be surprised they fear Paul and US? We throw some big monkey-wrenches into their workings.
        WE have to keep it up.

      • Bob Saxton says:

        One area that might be helpful is identifying why Santorum’s people go to either Paul or Romney. It might help folks on the ground locally to know where the hot buttons are to arrange for such alliances when possible. What sits at the core of those Paul/Santorum alliances? Common denominators? When they do work, why do they work? Annebeck58, would you be interested in some dialog relating to such matters away from prying eyes. I would very much like to discuss such matters with ardent Paul supporters, but I am not familiar with who all those people are, who can be trusted (no offense to anyone) etc.

  5. DT says:

    The Tea Party held their Caucus in the beginning of March here in Buffalo, NY. The NYS statewide Tea Party Caucus results almost mirrored what the results were in Buffalo. (Gingrich and Paul were a “close” 2nd and 3rd prospectively)

    While I was there at the Caucus, each candidate had their individual tables set up with their campaign literature – all the candidates that is – EXCEPT Mitt Romney. There was ONLY (1) person there to represent this guy – and that was the person who was speaking on behalf of the Romney Campaign in a Caucus setting. Other than that, I didn’t talk with ANY Mitt Romney supporters – BECAUSE THERE WASN’T ANY! Mitt Romney didn’t even BOTHER to Campaign in New York before tomorrow’s Primary. The Republican Party here is SO CORRUPT and SO “ESTABLISHMENT”, that it’s NO wonder this place is “ruled” by Democrats.

    I’ll be voting for Ron Paul tomorrow here in Western New York. I’m also going to inquire on becoming a Delegate – even though NYS is a Winner-Take-All State.

    http://teanewyork.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/caucus-results-wimps-warriors-and-new-cds-alert/

    • annebeck58 says:

      Nice.
      Oh, and all over Texas, Saturday? SAME sort of scenario, with delegates for Paul being lied to about time of adjournment, breaks, etc.. so votes could be done all rapid-fire, without those supporting Ron Paul.
      When Daddy Bush came out so strongly for RomNot, the other day, I saw this writing on the wall. Still has been NO win for Mittens in Texas. Hope it stays that way.

      Doug Wead; would you PLEASE do something about this media blackout? I have a post up for boycotting any and ALL media as well as their sponsors, complicit in the blackout. There are instructions and sponsors (and whom they sponsor) in body and in comments, so hope people will finally DO THIS.

      Thanks, all!

      * and go to: annebeck58.wordpress.com/ to read the blog and see how YOU can make a difference without spending a dime!

    • Tracy Diaz says:

      DT- NYS is not a winner take all state any longer. The delegates are awarded like this:

      If there is no majority winner in NYS, delegates are awarded to the winners of CD’s. If the CD’s do not have a winner, a candidate must have 20% or more of the vote to get their delegates. The delegate slates have already been chosen. GET OUT THERE AND VOTE NY!!!!!

    • tex2 says:

      So Romney bared showed up at the caucus and didn’t campaign and still won the majority. LOL

      There might be a message there somewhere. LOL

  6. […] calls made with Republican money? If so, it was illegal. Paul campaign senior adviser Doug Wead's blog. Here's the actual call: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLtTYwqH9Y If they have this thing […]

  7. Matthew says:

    New York is home of Wall Street and rich GOP establishment – good luck RPers

    • Surfisher says:

      Ron Paul MUST stay on course — keep up the uphill battle to win as many delegates as possible (that the GOP does not prevent him to do, by their obvious chicanery)!

      Ron Paul needs to take Rmoney to Tampa. Then, the PERFIDY of the GOP will be Nationally telecast (hundreds of thousands of Real Americans supporting the only Patriot (RP), vs a few hundred mousey sycophants for Mitt Grosny, will be hard to dismiss)!
      —————————————————————————

      The American People have long known that the Democrat Party cheats and lies — so they are used to their chicanery (the reason, many call them Democrooks).
      It is high time that they NOW see the GOP is no different — the Republicons fraud, cheating and strong-arming to “elect” Mitt Grosny, may finally have a televised exposure!
      ——————————————————————————–

      After the Tampa Convention — which will probably be the most memorable of spectacles this last 50 years — Ron Paul should take the best path that assures he’ll be part of the Presidential debates vs BO.

      Ron Paul MUST be part of the Presidential debates — so, people can judge the difference between a real Human and plastic sub-humans!
      —————————————————————————————

      It is not unprecedented for a candidate to be the standard bearer for more than one party (I think in 1896, William Jennings Bryan was the nominee of the Democrats, the Populist Party, and the Silver Republicans; and I believe in 1872, Horace Greeley was nominated by the Democrats and also by the Liberal-Republican Party).

      Doug Wead — hope you have similar strategy in mind!

  8. […] Doug Wead posted tonight about some of the shenanigans going on across the country. One example he shared was, “A county chairman in New York has commissioned robo calls declaring that all other candidates have dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.” This is an outright lie, yet how many will believe it. Certainly anyone who gets their news from the msm is going to. Another example he mentions says,” In one instance they literally locked the door to keep Ron Paul young people from participating.” If you care to read his entire artice you can read his article Romney – Ron Paul in brutal battle!. […]

  9. DT says:

    Slavery by Consent (A Must See)

  10. buzby says:

    All your delegates are belong to us

  11. John says:

    Waed sounds more and more like Rudolf Hess everyday.

  12. John says:

    So Doug when are you gonna sell the Ron Paul tapes to the NY Times?

    • tex2 says:

      They’re still working on getting the tapes to sound decent, everything sounds like a loud nails on chalkboard whining sound for some reason. LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt
      21) Ron4Prez
      22) DEMOCIDE
      23) Lee
      24) Sharon
      25) Don Howard
      26) Bill Sanders
      27) drkate
      28) David Reber
      29) Karrack
      30) Vigilantis
      31) glen
      32) Walter Brunswick
      33) shane smith
      34) DOBROIST
      35) RealTexas
      36) Pistol Petunia
      37) tex3
      38) GoodAmerican
      39) Craig Williams
      40) Slammo
      41) magichat666
      42) Drew
      43) Steve
      44) Matthew Reece
      45) Kc Cook
      46) George Leroy Tirebiter
      47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
      48) Daniel Tipping
      49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)

      p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want the Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

      Doug — are you paying attention to this list?!

       

      • Don Howard says:

        Doug is incredibly busy. He will take care of this tomorrow.

      • Don Howard says:

        Make that tonight…

      • tex2 says:

        Oh goody, I can’t wait. LOL

      • ATruepatriot says:

        I just became a member to agree with this action. It is well too obvious why this troll is here. I have been reading this blog for a couple of weeks now and like it very much but have delayed in joining just because of the non productive childish insolence displayed by the user “Tex2″. Private property rights supercede freedom of speech rights. This is your living room Doug and it should be respected as such in order to create the environment for mature,intelligent,respectful and productive debate. Please add my name to this list as a newbie agreeing with the action above.

      • Bill says:

        I’m so sick of this tex2 a-hole. It’s one thing to read a good factual debate. It’s entirely different to read his inane trolling. BAN.

      • tex2 says:

        ATP/Bill,

        Then you shouldn’t have any issue with chiming in on these issues:

        Why Ron Paul will not be elected and/or would NOT be a good president:
        1. He is old, mousey, whiny, grumpy, skinny, etc. Do not underestimate the importance of these factors, as a very large number of voters are not familiar with the issues, and vote for vanity. Sad but true. It does no good to have good ideas when you don’t have the presidential image, and Ron has neither.
        2. He has been in Congress for 2 decades and doesn’t have a single bill to his name. We elected someone president with zero accomplishments in 2008, why would we want to do that again? How can you expect him to be able to lead the country when he can’t lead a single bill to fruition after 20 years?
        3. He even voted against his own bill to audit the Federal Reserve, because he didn’t get every single detail he wanted. He is so stubbornly rigid he simply takes his toys and goes home if he doesn’t get every little detail he wants.
        4. Many of his domestic policies are admirable, but how does he expect to implement them when he will have to work with Congress to get many of them turned into a reality? Will he simply hold his breath until Congress lets him get his way, because he has zero track record of using any other tactic to be successful?
        5. Most of his foreign policies are dangerous. If we pull out of foreign countries, the vacuum WILL be filled by Russia, China, etc. Once you lose your toehold, it is VERY difficult to expand military operations if the need arises. Think about how hard it would have been for the U.S. to fight Hitler if England had fallen. For example, if China decides they don’t want to allow free flow of oil, we would have no recourse, as it takes years, if not decades, to develop independent energy sources. He is simply naive to the point of being a traitor to his own country. Also, we need forward positioned military presence to fight the global war on terror. It isn’t being fought only in Iraq and Afghanistan, there are operations literally around the world preventing future 9/11 type attacks that simply cannot be fought by guarding our own borders, 9/11 should have taught us that. We must therefore disrupt the terrorist cells wherever they are, so they cannot organize, plan, recruit, train, equip, and attack again. To not do this would be suicidal.
        For the above and other reasons, Ron gets the pot smoking and “freedom at any cost” crowd, and that’s all he will ever get…LOL!!!!!!!

  13. Surfisher says:

    Seems the creeps above are unable to read….

    I’ll try and post this SLOWLY… so they can read it…..

    *Mitt Romney, American Parasite*

    (Mitt Grosny — Romney The Terrible (my prefered title))

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31153.htm

    It explains how Bain Capital worked. They would buy SUCCESSFUL companies, with little down, borrowed huge amounts, saddling them with crushing debt, refused to continue equipment purchases or maintenance. Then they would pay themselves huge “management” fees.
    —————————————————–

    Some notable excerpts:

    “Romney is not a vulture capitalist, as Rick Perry says, since vultures eat dead carcasses,” notes Josh Kosman, who has written about the private equity business for 15 years. He’s “more of a parasitic capitalist, since he destroys profitable businesses.” (The host must be healthy enough to be force-fed all that debt, then slowly bled to death…until the parasites drain all the wealth for themselves).

    “When Bain was about to buy a company, its partners would hold a meeting. “He said that about half the time [they] would talk about cutting workers,” Kosman says. “They would never talk about adding workers. He said that job growth was never part of the plan.” That claim was buttressed by the Associated Press, which studied 45 companies bought by Bain during Romney’s first decade. It found that 4,000 workers lost their jobs. The real figure is likely thousands higher, since the analysis didn’t account for bankruptcies and factory and store closings.

    “The Armco plant closing involved more than the torching of 750 jobs, Morrow says. Contractors and suppliers collapsed. Workers’ children and widows lost health care and pension benefits. And while Bain received millions in tax breaks—paid for by the very people left holding the bag—Romney walked away millions richer.”
    —————————————————-

    A must read (long) article recommended to all!

    Share it!

    • Surfisher says:

      Ron Paul must become President — or America will END in 2012!

      It is not unprecedented for a candidate to be the standard bearer for more than one party — Ron Paul can also be nominated (if the GOP cheats him) by AmericansElect and the Libertarian Party! Then Ron Paul will destroy BO and pretender Rmoney in the debates!

      Real Americans: WAKE UP — Ron Paul 2012, or we die as a Free Nation!

  14. texashale says:

    I can’t believe people here want to ban someone from speaking. TEX2 is obviously a troll, just ignore him.

  15. texashale says:

    Mr. Weed, what legal action is being taken towards these people who are trying to prevent Paul supporters from being delegates? They need to be in jail for their incideous behavior.

    • Surfisher says:

      In short:

      Vincent Reda, the Rockland County, New York chairman had robo phones call to all Republicans in the county LYING that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney. Where the calls made with Republican money? If so, it was illegal.


       pass it on!

      • Surfisher says:

        In short:

        Vincent Reda, the Rockland County, New York chairman had robo phones call to all Republicans in the county LYING that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney. Where the calls made with Republican money? If so, it was illegal.

        (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLtTYwqH9Y)

         pass it on!

      • tex2 says:

        He never said ALL candidates dropped out. LOL

      • Neville says:

        He did not say “all of the other candidates”. He also did not say “some of the other candidates”. He also did not say “most of the other candidates”.

        He said ” the other candidates have dropped out”. A little grade-school, high-school, or college-level boolean logic applied to that will show that it means the other candidates, except for Romney (ref. prior sentences in robocall), i.e. there are no other candidates other than Romney still contesting the race, i.e. all the other candidates have dropped out.

        Does anyone know whether county soft money is allowed to be spent on behalf of a particular candidate during the primary season?

      • tex2 says:

        Doesn’t there need to be a contest for others to contest the race? LOL

        In other words, would you call the New York Giants playing a pee-wee team a “contest?” LOL

        I don’t. LOL

        How do you know how that message was funded? LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      In short:

      KCGOP’s Lori Sotelo Tries to End Caucus When Ron Paul Supporter is Elected as Chair

      (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-zOrBIXwBs)

      pass it on!

      • tex2 says:

        What childish antics on the part of the RIP crowd. LOL

        They even make me look all grown up. LOL

      • Michael says:

        No tex2, soleto is a Romney supporter. Well, there are no such thing as “romney supporters”, but she’s an establishment shill.

        The Ron Paul people were the ones that out voted her, lol.

      • tex2 says:

        Blah, blah, blah. The bottom line is RIP lost. LOL

  16. TheAverageJoe says:

    Reblogged this on TaJnB | TheAverageJoeNewsBlogg.

  17. J Reid says:

    As a former New Yorker all I can say is Vincent Reda is a ‘yellow bellied rat lying bastard’. Never vote RNC except Ron Paul. Anger here.

    • tex2 says:

      Isn’t everybody who lives, or used to live, in New York? LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt
      21) Ron4Prez
      22) DEMOCIDE
      23) Lee
      24) Sharon
      25) Don Howard
      26) Bill Sanders
      27) drkate
      28) David Reber
      29) Karrack
      30) Vigilantis
      31) glen
      32) Walter Brunswick
      33) shane smith
      34) DOBROIST
      35) RealTexas
      36) Pistol Petunia
      37) tex3
      38) GoodAmerican
      39) Craig Williams
      40) Slammo
      41) magichat666
      42) Drew
      43) Steve
      44) Matthew Reece
      45) Kc Cook
      46) George Leroy Tirebiter
      47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
      48) Daniel Tipping
      49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)
      50) Don Howard

      p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want
      the Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

      Doug — are you paying attention to this list?!

      • Surfisher says:

        (Reposting since the #2 is polluting again):

        *Mitt Romney, American Parasite*

        (Mitt Grosny — Romney The Terrible (my prefered title))

        http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31153.htm

        It explains how Bain Capital worked. They would buy SUCCESSFUL companies, with little down, borrowed huge amounts, saddling them with crushing debt, refused to continue equipment purchases or maintenance. Then they would pay themselves huge “management” fees.

      • Surfisher says:

        (Reposting since the #2 is polluting again):

        Ron Paul MUST stay on course — keep up the uphill battle to win as many delegates as possible (that the GOP does not prevent him to do, by their obvious chicanery)!

        Ron Paul needs to take Rmoney to Tampa. Then, the PERFIDY of the GOP will be Nationally telecast (hundreds of thousands of Real Americans supporting the only Patriot (RP), vs a few hundred mousey sycophants for Mitt Grosny, will be hard to dismiss)!

        After the Tampa Convention — which will probably be the most memorable of spectacles this last 50 years — Ron Paul should take the best path that assures he’ll be part of the Presidential debates vs BO.

      • Vigilantis says:

        Why have you included my name? I’m only giving Tex2 exactly what he deserves. I am NO troll. I am however a Ron Paul delegate and supporter

      • Don Howard says:

        Doug knows about this and will attend to the blog tonight. These are busy days…

      • Don Howard says:

        @Vigilantis: You are not being banned. That is a list of people who support the banning of Tex2.

      • tex2 says:

        Doug,

        You’ve got some real sharp tools on your site. LOL

  18. Surfisher says:

    (Reposting since the #2 is polluting again):

    KCGOP’s Lori Sotelo Tries to End Caucus When Ron Paul Supporter is Elected as Chair

    (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-zOrBIXwBs)

     pass it on!

    • Surfisher says:

      (Reposting since the #2 is polluting again):

      Vincent Reda, the Rockland County, New York chairman had robo phones call to all Republicans in the county LYING that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney. Where the calls made with Republican money? If so, it was illegal.

      (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLtTYwqH9Y)

      pass it on!

  19. Surfisher says:

    (Reposting since the #2 is polluting again):

    texashale says:
    April 24, 2012 at 7:20 am

    Mr. Weed, what legal action is being taken towards these people who are trying to prevent Paul supporters from being delegates? They need to be in jail for their incideous behavior.

  20. richgrise says:

    This might be a good thing – the robocalls, that is – maybe if the Romneyites think he’s a shoo-in, they won’t bother to go and actually vote.

    • tex2 says:

      Don’t bet on it. LOL

      Besides, it won’t take very many voters to exceed the votes RIP will get. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        Your going out of your way to be a troll has run its course. So has the “LOL”. Do you have it all out of your system now? Have you gotten the sufficient attention that you’ve been craving? If so, then please feel free to add meaningful diaogue.

      • tex2 says:

        I’m just getting cranked up. LOL

        If you want meaningful dialogue, simply agree to a phone call while keeping your phone number confidential, and/or respond to this:

        Why Ron Paul will not be elected and/or would NOT be a good president:
        1. He is old, mousey, whiny, grumpy, skinny, etc. Do not underestimate the importance of these factors, as a very large number of voters are not familiar with the issues, and vote for vanity. Sad but true. It does no good to have good ideas when you don’t have the presidential image, and Ron has neither.
        2. He has been in Congress for 2 decades and doesn’t have a single bill to his name. We elected someone president with zero accomplishments in 2008, why would we want to do that again? How can you expect him to be able to lead the country when he can’t lead a single bill to fruition after 20 years?
        3. He even voted against his own bill to audit the Federal Reserve, because he didn’t get every single detail he wanted. He is so stubbornly rigid he simply takes his toys and goes home if he doesn’t get every little detail he wants.
        4. Many of his domestic policies are admirable, but how does he expect to implement them when he will have to work with Congress to get many of them turned into a reality? Will he simply hold his breath until Congress lets him get his way, because he has zero track record of using any other tactic to be successful?
        5. Most of his foreign policies are dangerous. If we pull out of foreign countries, the vacuum WILL be filled by Russia, China, etc. Once you lose your toehold, it is VERY difficult to expand military operations if the need arises. Think about how hard it would have been for the U.S. to fight Hitler if England had fallen. For example, if China decides they don’t want to allow free flow of oil, we would have no recourse, as it takes years, if not decades, to develop independent energy sources. He is simply naive to the point of being a traitor to his own country. Also, we need forward positioned military presence to fight the global war on terror. It isn’t being fought only in Iraq and Afghanistan, there are operations literally around the world preventing future 9/11 type attacks that simply cannot be fought by guarding our own borders, 9/11 should have taught us that. We must therefore disrupt the terrorist cells wherever they are, so they cannot organize, plan, recruit, train, equip, and attack again. To not do this would be suicidal.
        For the above and other reasons, Ron gets the pot smoking and “freedom at any cost” crowd, and that’s all he will ever get…LOL!!!!

      • Michael says:

        Come on guys, trumping Tex2’s lil “list” should be rather easy to trump for a bunch of Paul supporters. His points are all standard emotion-based republicrat rhetoric that the good doc has already dismantled using logic, law, the art of war, and economic understanding. I’ll start and the rest of you can add in your own counter points. Please remain civil. We may need people like tex2 on our side when the Owe-Bomber gets re-elected, lol.

        From the top:

        1. I’ll give tex2 that one. Most average people are quite apathetic to politics. Of course, using that as a point only means that he’s admitting that he belongs to that crowd. The entire movement is about equal treatment of EVERYONE, so superficial bias/prejudice is EXACTLY what we are fighting against.

        2. Congressional approval is in the single digits right now. Besides, the whole idea is get gov’t OUT of our lives, not applaud them for their “accomplishments. Just look at some of the “accomplishments” the more “successful” members of congress claim. Multiple economic bubbles, elimination of legal concepts that have been around since Rome. A war on poverty that makes people poorer. A war on drugs that made drug dealers rich, increased useag, addiction, and made it easier for children to get their hands on drugs. The “war on terror” that that kills 10x as many people as the 19 Saudi Arabian terrorists were capable of. Invading Iraq and Afganistan for REVENGE against those same 19 Saudis(while their leader was on vacation next door to a pakistanian military college, no less). Enacting stupid laws that are in direct opposition to the bill of rights(even tex2 has respect for the bill of rights) for our safety. When has oppressing a person and refusing to acknowledge their rights(which are protections, not privileges) resulted in that person being safer? Dr. Paul’s lack of “accomplishments” in congresss simply means that he had NOTHING to do with the sad state of affairs…. And the one accomplishment he did have(partial audit of the FED) has shaped the entire political debate of the country. Where can I get a few hundred MORE politicians without accomplishments….BTW, Obama has been very successful at continuing the policies of dubya, even without a list of “Accomplishments”, proving that they are of no importance in the real world.

        3. Well, duh!!!! It was a PARTIAL audit. FULL AUDIT leading to the end of the legalized counterfeiting. Anyone remember the whig platform? Of course not!!! Jackson ended the central bank, and the whig party’s progressive programs were not viewed as necessary. Eventually they all rallied behind ending slavery and became the republican party. I’d expect the same thing to happen to the democrat party if the FED were to be abolished. Lord knows the democrats could use a revamp in the party platform(something else tex2 agrees with).

        4. To make this point, one would have to completely ignore the Owe-Bomber’s leadership style…. and the U.S. constitution, lol. Congress has no say in how the laws they write are enforced. Congress does not have any control over any executive regulatory agencies, because Congress is the LEGISLATIVE branch of the American gov’t. All of the “alphabet soup” side of the gov’t is under DIRECT authority of…. wait for it…… EL PRESIDENTE!!!!

      • Michael says:

        ….continued.

        5. These Neo-cons have been ranting and raving about this whole “power vacuum” idea, even though there is no evidence that the phenomenon even exists!!!! On top of that, they ignore the “blowback” phenomenon as if they somehow lived their entire life without any cosequences of their bad choices. Gov’ts have been trying to conquer the mid-east for hundreds and hundreds of years, and ALL HAVE FAILED. How can a person believe in the “power vacuum” nonsense when history shows(quite clearly, btw) that the indigenous people are more than strong enough to overcome this lil neo-con fairytale.

        6. When someone says,”freedom at any cost”, I immediately think of fallen soldiers that gave EVERYTHING for freedom, even tex2’s freedom. Of course, fallen soldiers can’t vote anymore, but there is no doubt that they would support the good doc. The ones that the gov’t hasn’t managed to kill yet certainly show strong support for Dr. Paul’s foreign policy in particular. When tex2 says”freedom at any cost crowd”, I know he doesn’t mean the ones that have ACTUALLY PAID THE ULTIMATE PRICE for freedom. The “freedom at any cost” crowd, the way I understand it, were the most heroic Americans to ever lived, and should be honored accordingly.

        7. The drug lords in Mexico would like to thank emotion-lead skeerdy cats, such as tex2, for making them rich. One of them even posted a vid on youtube expressing his gratitude. On the other side, portugal managed to cut their drug problem in half, and tex2 has no idea how they done it and would believe them if they told him. Tex2 is LITERALLY a Mexican drug lord sympathizer, yet he’s worried about a few peaceful hippies? Yup there would be forest here, if it weren’t for all those damn trees in the way, lol.

  21. maxkielbasa says:

    Its the night of the primary here in NY and as usual, the media is showing Romney the victor long before all the votes are in. I live on Long Island and I can tell you that there was a HUGE Paul campaign here. There were Ron Paul signs everywhere and not one for Romney or anyone else.
    It was also a cold, rainy evening and not many people came out to vote. Those that did were almost exclusively Ron Paul supporters. Of course the media shows Romney as the winner. I am sure that if we can get a real count, it would be another blowout for Dr Paul..
    Thanks Doug for doing a fantastic job..

  22. FyreWyngz says:

    Mr. Wead, with all due respect – I’m a TRUE RP supporter and have followed things as closely as anyone but at this point I can’t help but feel entirely mislead by his campaign and folks like you. Brutal battle? REALLY? Romney is LAUGHING all the way to the bank and all we have to show for our efforts is the withering “promises” that “we have the delegates”. You’re clearly an intelligent and genuine person however I’m seriously beginning to doubt your credibility. The media continues to be OBLIVIOUS to Dr. Paul and after today’s primaries I’m beginning to think that they have good reason to be oblivious. I heard a recent Rand Paul interview where he stated matter-of-factly, “Romney’s probably going to win the nomination…” He went on to concede his father’s loss in so many words yet the RP site, yourself and so many others continue raving on about how the Romney camp is scared. OF WHAT? That Dr. Paul MAY have won Iowa? I’m quickly losing faith…

    • Don Howard says:

      @FyreWyngz: The media is finally beginning to admit that Ron Paul has won Iowa and Minnesota, and looks to have won Colorado. Iowa was on Jan 3, Minnesota and Colorado were Feb 7. The Iowa state chairman had to resign over the outrageous behavior.

      • FyreWyngz says:

        Don: thanks – I’m well aware of Iowa, etc. Are you suggesting that all of the other states are also “guilty” of outrageous behavior and that Dr. Paul is going to eventually win them once the dust from this “brutal battle” settles? That’s highly unlikely but it does look like that that’s what it would take.

        I have a yard sign and a banner hanging from my house in support of Dr. Paul. I email friends and family EVERY day about the “good news” of Dr. Paul. I’ve helped raise awareness in so many people. And now I’m feeling as robbed by Dr. Paul’s campaign as I feel robbed by our current status quo government!

        All the campaign seems to offer is a “little secret” that we’ve got more delegates than anyone else wants to acknowledge. I’ve researched this over and over again and our delegates claims seem to be highly exaggerated.

        IF the media and the GOP are fraudulent as Dr. Paul’s campaign and supporters continuously suggest directly and indirectly then WHY isn’t legal action being taken? WHY does Rand Paul nonchalantly state that Romney’s going to win the nomination.

        I’d like to hear some response from Doug Wead on these questions.

      • tex2 says:

        Do you want to hear from Doug Wead or hear the truth? LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        @Fyrewyngz: Time will tell which states have. I’m not sure what you are looking for here, but if it is a guaranteed win there isn’t anyone that can do that. Just look at the Truman and Dewey election. Whether Dr. Paul wins it all and becomes president or not you’re support throughout this process will help to get the values and beliefs of Dr. Paul’s campaign on the table. If these are the values you believe in then they need your support to gain strength. What options are you considering?

      • Don Howard says:

        PS Doug is trying to address this blog tonight. The campaign is keeping him very busy.

      • tex2 says:

        In other words, RIP isn’t going to win, what we’re doing now is appealing to the druggies and freedom at any cost crowds, let’s see if we can get from 10% to 15%. LOL

    • tex2 says:

      Don’t give up, keep sending your money to RIP. Remember, it’s darkest right before it’s over….I mean dawn, it’s darkest right before it’s dawn. LOL

      Doug “Weed” needs all drug addicts and freedom at any cost types to give everything they can, so he can turn around and make speeches about his new book about unlimited, unbridled, irresponsible, infinite freedom, how for some unfathomable reason the press ignored RIP while he was getting a whopping 5-10% of the vote, etc., and will charge you again for both the speech and the book, just to get you “fired up” almost identical to his Amway days. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        First of all, it’s Doug WEAd. But you knew that. Trying to discredit Mr. Wead is no better than what a lot of folks are doing on this blog when they cry about “dirty tricks”, etc. It’s all nothing more than etch-a-sketch distraction and a WASTE of time.

        Secondly, your pigeon-holing of RP supporters as drug addicts and fringe freedom fighters is just mongering. But you knew that, too.

        What we need to be talking about here are the FACTS and the TRUTH. I’m sick and tired of all the child’s play.

        I’d like to hear from Mr. Wead and Dr. Paul’s campaign EXACTLY what the facts and the truth are regarding delegates. And if there is REAL foul play going on then PRESS CHARGES. Otherwise, I’m becoming EXTREMELY distracted.

        I’m in this to WIN IT. I’m not going to be at all satisfied with the consolation prize that “we’ve started something”. We started something back in 2008!

        Following the consolation prize will be ENDLESS banter about the system being rigged and that Dr. Paul fell victim to the rigging. This is NOT acceptable.

        Mr. Wead – you and the RP campaign are good enough to FIND A WAY TO WIN.

        DO IT!!!

      • tex2 says:

        Hey, I figured Doug would appreciate the clever marketing. LOL

        As RIP gets 5-10% of the vote, how can you NOT call it a fringe? LOL

        I have talked facts, but facts haven’t been returned by the RIPtilians. LOL

        The facts and the truth are it’s over, Romney won. LOL

        You started this in 1998, not 2008, and it still hasn’t gone very far, for obvious reasons. LOL

        We don’t have to wait for the consolation prize, there’s ALREADY the endless banter about the system being rigged, etc. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        @Fyrewyngz: I love your spirit!

      • Don Howard says:

        @Tex2: You make O look like a good alternative.

      • tex2 says:

        @Fyrewyngz: RIP loves your money! LOL

        I’m not interested in being president, but I could easily make him look like a fool, just like YOU. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        @Tex2: That is what you are really up to, isn’t it. You are an O troll…

      • Don Howard says:

        That’s really the only thing that makes any sense. You are trashing Romney more than you are trashing anyone else…

      • Don Howard says:

        Oh man, the whole idea of you trashes Texas, Republicans, Romney, and Americans…

      • Don Howard says:

        Let me rephrase: It trashes everything you say you stand for.

      • tex2 says:

        Where have I trashed Romney? LOL

  23. It is sad to see all the “cheating” going on within the GOP camp. They cannot blame the dems. All the different counties and states that supply information and facts on the horrible, pathetic conduct that goes on against Ron Paul people is shameful. You are behaving like ACORN. It makes one lose faith in the process. I am a Ron Paul supporter, but do like Romney yet do not like what his supporters are doing. I believe you are not helping him but hurting him. Your behavior reflects poorly on him. Why so hateful towards RP? He is the most consistent, conservative candidate running.

    • tex2 says:

      It is sad to see all the “support” going on within the RIP camp. They cannot blame the dems. All the different counties and states that supply information and facts on the horrible, pathetic conduct that goes on by Ron Paul people is shameful. You are behaving like ACORN. It makes one lose faith in the process. I am not a Ron Paul supporter, but do like Romney and do like what his supporters are doing. I believe you are not helping him but hurting him. Your behavior reflects poorly on him. Why so hateful towards Romney? RIP isn’t the most consistent, conservative candidate running, he’s a nutjob.

  24. Pat Jack says:

    Sedition and caucus sabotage are ugly things that only the desperate employ. There will be much more UN-American and filthy behavior before it is over, we must rise above.

  25. Vigilantis says:

    I don’t appreciate my name being among the ban list.
    I am NO troll. I’m however a Ron Paul supporter and delegte.

    • Don Howard says:

      @Vigilantis: The list is of people who want to ban Tex2. Do you not want to ban Tex2?

      • Surfisher says:

        IGNORE the #2 — NEVER RESPOND TO IT.

        Just when IT got trained like Pavlov’s dog — and was reduced by just trailing each post with its powerless yapping….you, good people here, give it validation to exist by replying to it…!? Why!?

        The only way to eliminate this shill is to ostracize it — by responding to its bait, YOU are REWARDING its TROLLING!

        If you feel you need to say something about its antics — start a new post (BUT NEVER RESPOND DIRECTLY TO IT)!

      • Don Howard says:

        Surfisher: I will respond to who and how I see fit…

      • Surfisher says:

        Don Howard — no problem (just a suggestion on my part…strongly worded, I admit).

        Your posts are most welcomed!

      • tex2 says:

        Take THAT, Surfisher. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        I will say this, Tex2 has put us through boot camp for dealing with idiots. It’s very unlikely we will have anyone of this caliber of idiocy to deal with in the future. We should all be able to respond to this kind of rhetoric in a manner that will represent Ron Paul and his supporters with a coolhead.

      • tex2 says:

        Exactly. In fact, I’ve stated that before, that whatever you get from me is a pale shadow of what you’ll get from the press if Ron Paul or anyone else representing his positions gets beyond the very low double digits. LOL

        Therefore, you’re welcome. LOL

  26. If I get one more email notification with this goofy tex2 guy LOLing…

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  28. Grover says:

    Att: Doug Wead
    Contact: Free-Idaho via e-mail
    Important election information available.
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    • Surfisher says:

      BAN *tex2* from this site IMMEDIATELY — Never allow IT to post here again! ALSO, DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY OF ITS TROLLING !

      Dear, Doug — this is your HOME page, and all of us posting here are your guests. Don’t know about your tolerance level, but mine ends when an unwelcome guest tries to set my home on fire, in order to chase out all the welcomed people I’ve invited!

      No normal exchange can be held here — since the #2 quickly fills in all REPLY slots….so no-one else can respond sequentially to what was stated before. This is its main goal (secondary is its spittings of hatred to all that’s good)!

      The #2′s strategy is simply hitting the REPLY button (posting some vitriol), then another REPLY button — thus VIRTUALLY HIJACKING any thread from allowing others to directly respond to the original post.

      PUT a STOP to IT — send Doug the needed message/program to BAN/BLOCK this Shill from his blog!

      • Don Howard says:

        Surfisher: I totally understand your frustration. We are all dealing with it and will welcome the ability to freely exchange ideas without the hijacking. There is no strategy that is going to stop Tex2 posting until he is banned.

        Doug has been in the middle primaries which has kept him very busy. He is aware of the problem but will not be able to get to it until sometime tonight. He needs to get a moderator, no doubt.

      • tex2 says:

        Crucify him…crucify him. LOL

        Why Ron Paul will not be elected and/or would NOT be a good president:
        1. He is old, mousey, whiny, grumpy, skinny, etc. Do not underestimate the importance of these factors, as a very large number of voters are not familiar with the issues, and vote for vanity. Sad but true. It does no good to have good ideas when you don’t have the presidential image, and Ron has neither.
        2. He has been in Congress for 2 decades and doesn’t have a single bill to his name. We elected someone president with zero accomplishments in 2008, why would we want to do that again? How can you expect him to be able to lead the country when he can’t lead a single bill to fruition after 20 years?
        3. He even voted against his own bill to audit the Federal Reserve, because he didn’t get every single detail he wanted. He is so stubbornly rigid he simply takes his toys and goes home if he doesn’t get every little detail he wants.
        4. Many of his domestic policies are admirable, but how does he expect to implement them when he will have to work with Congress to get many of them turned into a reality? Will he simply hold his breath until Congress lets him get his way, because he has zero track record of using any other tactic to be successful?
        5. Most of his foreign policies are dangerous. If we pull out of foreign countries, the vacuum WILL be filled by Russia, China, etc. Once you lose your toehold, it is VERY difficult to expand military operations if the need arises. Think about how hard it would have been for the U.S. to fight Hitler if England had fallen. For example, if China decides they don’t want to allow free flow of oil, we would have no recourse, as it takes years, if not decades, to develop independent energy sources. He is simply naive to the point of being a traitor to his own country. Also, we need forward positioned military presence to fight the global war on terror. It isn’t being fought only in Iraq and Afghanistan, there are operations literally around the world preventing future 9/11 type attacks that simply cannot be fought by guarding our own borders, 9/11 should have taught us that. We must therefore disrupt the terrorist cells wherever they are, so they cannot organize, plan, recruit, train, equip, and attack again. To not do this would be suicidal.
        For the above and other reasons, Ron gets the pot smoking and “freedom at any cost” crowd, and that’s all he will ever get…LOL!!!!

      • Surfisher says:

        Don Howard —

        If all ignored it, IT will be reduced to nothingness.

      • Don Howard says:

        Surfisher: We have different views on how to handle it.

      • Don Howard says:

        That may not be totally true… I’ll bet we both agree that Doug needs a moderator.

      • tex2 says:

        Don is right. LOL

        Surfisher is wrong. LOL

        As usual. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        Well… now I’ve lost all credibility.

      • tex2 says:

        I’ve said for a long time I am happy with people ignoring me, that way I get in the last word. LOL

        I’m sure it’s pure chance that you were right, so don’t worry about your total lack of credibility. LOL

        Besides, any time you disagree with Surfisher, you’re right! LOL

      • Surfisher says:

        Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

        So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

        1) Surfisher
        2) Sharon Kuhn
        3) annebeck58
        4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
        5) donjusko
        6) sharksauce24
        7) sophiah8
        8) rmcnnlly
        9) BanTex2Al
        10) Wendy Jones
        11) Evan Godolphin
        12) Remmic Lewis
        13) Shane Mayfield
        14) jeffrey bohl
        15) Bill
        16) hink
        17) celticreeler
        18) G
        19) Bob Saxton
        20) Matt
        21) Ron4Prez
        22) DEMOCIDE
        23) Lee
        24) Sharon
        25) Don Howard
        26) Bill Sanders
        27) drkate
        28) David Reber
        29) Karrack
        30) Vigilantis
        31) glen
        32) Walter Brunswick
        33) shane smith
        34) DOBROIST
        35) RealTexas
        36) Pistol Petunia
        37) tex3
        38) GoodAmerican
        39) Craig Williams
        40) Slammo
        41) magichat666
        42) Drew
        43) Steve
        44) Matthew Reece
        45) Kc Cook
        46) George Leroy Tirebiter
        47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
        48) Daniel Tipping
        49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)
        50) Don Howard
        51) jammer

        p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want
        the Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

        Doug — are you paying attention to this list?!

  29. Bob Marshall says:

    To me is is a no-brainer. One stands for Wall St. and the other for liberty, personal freedom and the Constitution.
    Mitt Romney $813,300
    Obama $198,974
    Ron paul $ 13,104
    WHo does Wall St. own since this was the contribution from the five top banks on Wall St. Goldman Sachs was the top contributor with $352,200. They were also Obama’s top Wall, St. bankers contributitorin 2008.
    Wall St., the Fed and the Council on Foreign Relations definately are concerned about Ron Paul.

  30. Surfisher says:

    Good news from the US Supreme Court — looks like the BO’s beloved Illegals (those criminally entering our nation — the stealers of US jobs and carries of crime) will finally get the Boot!

    Now, BO and Rmoney need the Boot…!

    Ron Paul — get ready to bring down the house in Tampa. Also, prepare for the AmericansElect and Libertarian Party nominations!

  31. Jd says:

    Tex2 is obviously a plant either by The romoboma team, or cointelpro. The information he is spewing, the lies taht are being posted and his obvious childish remarks clearly point to propaganda and resemble the same old “if you say it enough, it must be true logic” Tex2, Get a life and smell the coffee, If Ron Paul does not get the nomination, there will be four more years of Obama, and I predict a very bad, very serious civil uprising. Just my views, think I am wrong, Sit back and watch.

  32. Surfisher says:

    New Yorkers — take Vincent Reda to Small Claims Court (firstly, then go for criminal)!

    Att. New Yorker’s who didn’t bother to vote against Rmoney, because of the FALSE phone robocalls you received by Vincent Reda— LYING that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.

    Take this liar to small claims court (a token $300 charge that he disfranchised you from voting by his perfidy) — easiest way to have a quick confrontation in a Court of Law! Make sure you tape the proceedings if allowed. If not, get a written record of the proceedings!

    Here is the proof you need: his actual phone message!

    (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLtTYwqH9Y)

    Don’t delay, take this crook to court Today!

    • Surfisher says:

      Also:

      Good news from the US Supreme Court — looks like the BO’s beloved Illegals (those criminally invading our nation — the stealers of US jobs and carries of crime) will finally get the Boot!

      Now, BO and Rmoney need the Boot…!

      Ron Paul — get ready to bring down the house in Tampa. Also, prepare for the AmericansElect and Libertarian Party nominations!

    • tex2 says:

      Are you going to do it, or just flap your gums on a blog? LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      If all IGNORE the #2, IT will be reduced to nothingness! Just a yapping dog that follows its betters trying to get attention….

  33. Pat Jack says:

    Intentional use of false statements designed to mislead the American Electorate so as to falsely affect the outcome of a presidential election is SEDITION.

  34. tex2 says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sedition LOL

    I don’t think making a phone call with an unclear message rises to the above discussion. LOL

    Besides, the outcome wasn’t affected, Romney easily beat RIP, so you could take away all of the votes of the people who heard the message from Romney and give them to RIP and RIP would still have lost in a landslide. LOL

    You’re an IDIOT. LOL

    • FyreWyngz says:

      This is what’s bothering me about RP supporters. So many are crying, “Foul!” but ultimately, these “fouls” appear to have little if no impact. I’m not so sure that this is sedition but I’m no armchair lawyer. If there are REAL crimes being committed then it seems to me that the RP campaign would be doing more than just crying.

      The bigger problem IMO is in regards to support and how it never seems to add up to VOTES. How is it that RP has THOUSANDS of supporters attending his speeches yet he gets CRUSHED by the likes of GINGRICH!

      GINGRICH!!!

      REALLY???!!!

      Are you KIDDING me!!!

      What about Santorum? He continues to get a good number of votes and he’s OUT!

      OUT!!!

      We claim more support from the military than all of ‘em combined but at the end of the day the military must be voting for EVERYONE ELSE otherwise RP’s % ought to be higher than the usual 8-13%.

      No?

      How is it that Chickenhawk and The Fake appear to still be getting more support despite all of this???!!!

      And all we get to hear from our people is, “We’ve got the delegates.” WHERE? Where do we have them? Are they tied up in a closet somewhere? I don’t see them ANYWHERE!

      Who is telling the TRUTH here? Stop playing games! Stop teasing us with the “little secret” and tell the truth!

      Now Rick Perry is endorsing Romney. Of course he is! Did we think for one minute that he’d endorse Dr. Paul? Notta chance! Of course, Perry’s endorsement comes now with the Texas primaries close at hand.

      There are HEAPS of delegates in Texas and I can just see it now – Romney easily sweeps Texas with Dr. Paul coming in 4th behind the other candidates who’ve dropped out! Then we’ll get to hear from Mr. Wead and Jack Hunter that “We’ve got the delegates!” Without seeing the PROOF these delegates the claims that we have them are bordering on delusional!

      How is it that our campaign is telling the truth about the delegates and everyone else is lying yet the evidence seems to more strongly support the so-called liars!

      Mr. Wead – could you please explain in clear terms how it’s possible for us to have more delegates than is reported?

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        That’s why it’s called “The System”. With so much going wrong in this country and the economy, all we get the Democrats “blaming” the Republicans – and – the Republicans “blaming” the Democrats – when all the while, it’s BOTH of the Parties “colluding” with one another behind closed doors with the Money Manipulators “calling the shots”. It’s “by design” to keep We-the-People “bickering” amongst ourselves.

        Why do you think that Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and the other Wall Street Banks “pump” all those BIG BUCKS into BOTH Romney’s and Obama’s Campaign? It’s because when the Election is all over, that is “who” the winner will be “beholden” to.

        Why do you think that NO Matter who has been elected President in Past and Present Administrations (Democrat or Republican), the Wall Street Bankers and the FED “stooges” are ALWAYS “appointed” to positions within the Administration which oversee the Economy and the US Treasury? It’s because they are “put” in these positions to protect their “friends” who manipulate the money.

        Why do you think that BOTH Democrats and Republicans in Congress VOTE BIPARTISAN when it comes to the NDAA – SOPA – PIPA and now CISPA to “regulate” the Internet? Why do you think they VOTE BIPARTISAN for the establishment of the TSA or installing surveillance devices on every street corner or flying Military Drones over Peaceful Protests on American Soil? And all this under the guise of making sure the Terrorists don’t get us. It’s because they want us “Living in FEAR”.

        Why do you think that the Tea Party Congressional Coalition and Marco Rubio “sold-out” to the Establishment by their FAILURE to support Ron Paul for President – the “Godfather” of the Tea Party Movement? And they instead, support Liberal/Moderate Mitt Romney under the banner “It’s all about beating Obama”? It’s because the “average” Tea Party Voter, while basking in the 2010 mid-term Election Victories, “fell asleep” and “bought into” the Neocon Doctrine propagated by NON-Conservative Neocons like Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, etc.

        Why do you think that the Media won’t bother to cover Voter Fraud or Delegate Fraud and also puts out these “fake” Poll numbers on Ron Paul? It’s because the Media has “been bought” by Corporations who are “linked” to Wall Street which is why the American People only have 6 MSM Media Outlets by which they can disseminate the News of the “Corporate Media’s” Choosing – and Ron Paul poses a “threat” to THEIR System.

        It’s all a “Rigged” System – by which is doesn’t matter who votes – it’s who COUNTS the Votes. Democracy has been “Hacked”.

      • tex2 says:

        Don’t worry about it, just send in all the money you have to RIP. LOL

        This is just like Amway, you’ll understand at the end when you succeed. LOL

        Doug was in Amway and it worked then, why shouldn’t it work now? LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @DT

        I registered to vote MANY years ago when I was 18. I then tried to inform myself about candidates and found that they were indeed ALL THE SAME. It was clear to me that the “duopoly” between the two major parties was transparent and the design was to keep us distracted and bickering about things like etch-a-sketches.

        What seems INSANE to me is that IF it is true that there is collusion then WHY the need for fraud?

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        It’s the “backroom” diving up of the “Sheeple” Pie. In my state, they “redistrict” voting Districts all the time – all in the name of “Representation” – only it’s THEY who do the Redistricting. It’s also the “my turn – your turn” Control Mechanism of the System. The Parties take turns controlling the Sheeple. It’s the “Revolving Door of Power” between the 2 Parties, but if you notice, NOTHING EVER CHANGES and they can get away with whatever they wish to get away with – including usurping the Constitution and “taking away” OUR Civil Liberties without any or little dissent. Because the People are always listening to one party “blaming” the other party (and vise versa) – then “Election Time” comes and the Power “supposedly” shifts – but it doesn’t actually shift because they’re both the SAME – “working for” the SAME “Special Interests” which provide them with Campaign “Bribes” (I mean Donations) to win their perspective Elections. Thus, they are “bought”.

        The “Fraud” comes into play when a strong candidate, like Ron Paul, “polarizes and energizes” We-the-People by promoting Government returning to it’s Constitutional Limitations and “ending” the Special Interest Lobbying for Taxpayer Dollars. It is then that the 2 Parties are “mobilized” by the Special Interests to play the “Fraud Card” because of the inherent “threat” to THEIR Status-Quo.

      • tex2 says:

        One side always wants more than the other. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @ tex2 “One side always wants more than the other. LOL”

        I agree.

        DT: you articulate all of the points that I’ve observed for many years however the amazing thing is that we’ve been so conditioned to the system that we can’t recognize lest we’re labeled fringe – raving conspiracy loons.

        It’s human nature to seek comfort in 3’s. For example, there’s an old saying: There’s two sides to every coin. Each is an extreme point of view however it’s where they come together along the edge where truth can be found.

        The edge of the coin is Dr. Paul’s campaign. Of course, this is a very narrow edge where very few peolpe can stand. Most folks are comfortable being on either side of the coin. This is where they can gather in numbers and feel more stable and powerful.

        Encouraging voters to gather at the edge of truth is Dr. Paul’s job. If it weren’t for the edge that Dr. Paul offers then no one would be able to tell the difference between the two sides!

        We’ve exposed how the two sides are NOT different however I’m wondering if this hasn’t served more to blur the edge of truth.

        At the end of the day it’s very few people who can handle the truth (quote Jack Nicholson). I think that THIS is why Dr. Paul (per Ron Reagan, Jr.) will never see more than 10-15% of the vote.

        People are just too comfortable being shepherded away from the edge.

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        Very well stated.

      • tex2 says:

        Very well stated? LOL

        RIP isn’t the edge, he’s over the edge. LOL

        I agree we have problems with the Rs and Ds being too much alike, but RIP is NOT the answer. LOL

        It sounds like you and Ron Reagan, Jr., (now THERE’S a nutcase that rivals RIP – LOL) agree RIP could never be elected, so why do you keep trying? LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @tex2

        “RIP isn’t the edge, he’s over the edge. LOL”

        Over the edge of what?

        “I agree we have problems with the Rs and Ds being too much alike, but RIP is NOT the answer. LOL”

        It’s not that they’er too much alike. It’s that they ARE alike and are bought and paid for rather than being SERVANTS FOR THE PEOPLE. How that escapes you is beyond me.

        “It sounds like you and Ron Reagan, Jr., (now THERE’S a nutcase that rivals RIP – LOL) agree RIP could never be elected, so why do you keep trying? LOL”

        Nobody seems to want you here so why do you keep trying?

        I’m not saying that Dr. Paul could never be elected. I’m simply stating that it’s human nature to take the EASY way out and join the mob mentality of Rs and Ds.

        Standing upon the TRUTH takes STRENGTH and COURAGE. Most people simply don’t have the stomach for that. They cop out and need God or the government to solve all of their problems. It’s not necessarily their fault that they’re weak. In my experience people simply feel powerless.

        I’m a lifelong fan of Charlie Chaplin. I’ve often quoted his empowering speech from The Great Dictator. The “kicker” in that speech is his reference to Luke 17:21 where Jesus states to the Pharisees that they wil NOT see the kingdom of God coming in a physical sense because it is something that’s WITHIN THEM. The church explanation of this is that Jesus was referring to himself being within their circles. This is a political tactic in order to maintain control of the congregation. If people actually knew that the kingdom of God was truly WITHIN them then what would they need the church for?

        The same is true with regards to our government. The power of governing is WITHIN US but because the majority of us are too weak to even think straight that we’ve relinquished our power to those who were more than happy to take it.

      • tex2 says:

        “RIP isn’t the edge, he’s over the edge. LOL” Over the edge of what? —> http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/over+the+edge LOL

        “I agree we have problems with the Rs and Ds being too much alike, but RIP is NOT the answer. LOL” It’s not that they’er too much alike. It’s that they ARE alike and are bought and paid for rather than being SERVANTS FOR THE PEOPLE. How that escapes you is beyond me. —> See “over the edge,” above. LOL

        “It sounds like you and Ron Reagan, Jr., (now THERE’S a nutcase that rivals RIP – LOL) agree RIP could never be elected, so why do you keep trying? LOL” Nobody seems to want you here so why do you keep trying? —> There have been several people who recently said they want me here, as if I cared. LOL

        I’m not saying that Dr. Paul could never be elected. I’m simply stating that it’s human nature to take the EASY way out and join the mob mentality of Rs and Ds. —> So what’s the plan to overcome human nature? LOL

        Standing upon the TRUTH takes STRENGTH and COURAGE. —-> It would help if you didn’t run into a blog screaming and flailing around. LOL

        Most people simply don’t have the stomach for that. —> I think they do, and if they don’t, why are you wasting your time? LOL

        They cop out and need God or the government to solve all of their problems. —> I think God helps me have more strength and courage, but I don’t expect Him to solve all of my problems, nor do I expect government to do so. LOL

        It’s not necessarily their fault that they’re weak. —> It probably isn’t anybody else’s fault, either. Most likely they don’t care. LOL

        In my experience people simply feel powerless. —> Or they don’t care. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        I’m a lifelong fan of Charlie Chaplin. —> Good for you. LOL

        I’ve often quoted his empowering speech from The Great Dictator. —> He was a clown. LOL

        The “kicker” in that speech is his reference to Luke 17:21 where Jesus states to the Pharisees that they wil NOT see the kingdom of God coming in a physical sense because it is something that’s WITHIN THEM. The church explanation of this is that Jesus was referring to himself being within their circles. —> You have a lot to learn: http://bible.cc/luke/17-21.htm LOL

        This is a political tactic in order to maintain control of the congregation. —> No it isn’t. LOL Jesus had 12 Apostles, not 12 Delegates, or governors, or judges, or Senators, etc. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        If people actually knew that the kingdom of God was truly WITHIN them then what would they need the church for? —> Because we are social animals, this may provide some insight: http://christiananswers.net/q-acb/acb-t009.html Of course, RIP is extremely anti-social, so it isn’t a surprise he attracts other anti-social characters, who can’t get along with each other, let alone somebody like me, with different views. LOL Now THAT’S a good foundation to win a national election….NOT! LOL

        The same is true with regards to our government. —> Not even close. LOL

        The power of governing is WITHIN US but because the majority of us are too weak to even think straight that we’ve relinquished our power to those who were more than happy to take it. —> Even the Founding Fathers recognized the need for a government, laws, etc. LOL Now you’re going WAY BEYOND the edge. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @tex2 I read your response. Telling me that I have a lot to learn (LOL) is hardly revealing. One of my favorite quotes is by Eartha Kitt: “I’m learning all the time. The tombstone wil be my diploma.”

        So what exactly is your point? What am I supposed to learn from your link to Luke 17:21? That you know how to Google?

        The fact of the matter is that the Bible is open for interpretation. I happen to interpret it in line with how Chaplin read it: that Jesus was a liberator and empowered those with ears to hear. So don’t think for one second that you know more about the Bible than I do. You don’t. Neither do I know more about it than you. You have your interpretation and I have mine. It’s as simple as that. If your interpretation makes your life meaningful then groovy for you. My interpretation makes it groovy for me.

        You’ll need to read my comment again regarding the church’s political tactic. You missed the point entirely.

        In fact, you missed all of the points. Bring your A game next time. Your B game is REALLY WEAK.

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        It’s pointless to argue with a Neocon, like tex2. They’re all alike. They all display the SAME attribute of “Sanctimonious Hatred” toward anything or anyone that is not “one of them”.

        Neocons, like tex2, are just “Sheep” who need to be “Ruled” by a person who is “all about” Government Controlling people’s daily lives, habits and belief systems. There is ABSOLUTELY NO ROOM under the Neocons “Tent”, except for other Neocons. That’s why they “despise” Constitutional Liberties and Freedoms for the People as a whole. To the Neocon, everyone else is Wrong and ONLY THEY are Right! They TRULY BELIEVE that EVERYONE ELSE needs “Ruled” by someone, as well. To them, ALL PEOPLE need to be under the Government’s “MIGHTY Thumb”. They “easily” get annoyed and incensed when people make mistakes or have troubles in their lives. That’s when you see the “Sanctimony” of the Neocon rear it’s UGLY Head. They just can’t help themselves. However, when a Neocon makes a mistake, they “quickly” run around making all kinds of excuses and wind up “Blaming” someone else.

        Remember than “Jerk” in High School who ran for Student Council President because he/she had the NEED to be the “Supreme Leader” of the Student Body – so he/she could have the POWER to tell other people what to do? You know – that was the individual that everyone “loved to hate”. Well, the Neocons, like tex2, are just like the people who “ran around” the school passing out fliers and campaigned for the “Jerk”.

        Neocons AREN’T Conservatives

      • tex2 says:

        FyreWyngz,

        You’re stupid. LOL

      • tex2 says:

        FyreWyngz

        It’s pointless to argue with a Dinocon, like DT. They’re all alike. They all display the SAME attribute of “Sanctimonious Hatred” toward anything or anyone that is not “one of them”.

        Dinocons, like DT, are just “Sheep” who need to be “Ruled” by a person who is “all about” RIP’s out of control people’s daily lives, habits and belief systems. There is ABSOLUTELY NO ROOM under the Dinocons “Tent”, except for other Dinocons. That’s why they “despise” Conservative Constitutional Liberties and Freedoms for the People as a whole. To the Dinocon, everyone else is Wrong and ONLY THEY are Right! They TRULY BELIEVE that EVERYONE ELSE needs “Ruled” by RIP, as well. To them, ALL PEOPLE need to be under RIP’s “MIGHTY Stupidity”. They “easily” get annoyed and incensed when people make mistakes or have troubles in their lives. That’s when you see the “Sanctimony” of the Dinocon rear it’s UGLY Head. They just can’t help themselves. However, when a Dinocon makes a mistake, they “quickly” run around making all kinds of excuses and wind up “Blaming” someone else.

        Remember than “Jerk” in High School who ran for Student Council President because he/she had the NEED to be the “Supreme Leader” of the Student Body – so he/she could have the POWER to tell other people what to do? You know – that was the individual that everyone “loved to hate”. Well, the Dinocons, like DT, are just like the people who “ran around” the school passing out fliers and campaigned for the “Jerk”.

        Dinocons AREN’T Conservatives. LOL

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @DT

        Your description of a Neocon is frightening because it’s TRUE! I’m not so sure that tex2 is entirely Neocon however because every now and then he makes rational observations. I think that somewhere deep inside there’s a part of him yearning to be free but unfortunately the shallow, consuming Neocon part of him has its tyrranical thumb firmly pressed. If he keep shanging out here it will only help him find the freedom that he’s so desperately seeking.

        Rather than banning him we should be trying to help folks like tex2. Banning is a Neocon tactic wouldn’t you say? RP supporters know all about being banned. Two wrongs don’t make a right. There’s room here for everyone. And if a Neocon or two join in to try and spoil things then all that’s required is compassion.

        To your points regarding the “need” to be ruled. I hold the same perspective. It’s a real weakness. I think the question is: how do we help them find the strength to help themselves? People like tex2 are practically CRYING for help and here we are trying to ban him!

        Asking Doug Wead to ban tex2 is NO BETTER than folks asking the government to legislate every damn thing in our lives! On this blog Doug is the “government” and he’s being asked to legislate tex2!!! It’s been stated that this blog needs moderation which equates to MORE GOVERNMENT!!!

        SERIOUSLY?! Isn’t this EXACTLY what we’re supposed to be AGAINST!!!

        We have 3 young boys (I started late in life). They all happen to be within the autism spectrum. They range in how they’re affected. Two have IEP’s and the third is in a regular class with extra help. Because of this array we get to experience what most parents don’t: that the involvement of government in our schools has reduced teachers from being EDUCATORS to being ADMINISTRATORS of what the government DICTATES/ I have attended MANY conferences through the years with LOTS of teachers and this is abundantly clear.

        The teachers who work with our son who is under the most intense IEP (he’s the most affected) and attends a stricltly special class of students are actually the ones doing the BEST job. Why? Because his IEP is COMPLETELY HIS and has NOTHING to do with any government requirements! His teachers have the FREEDOM to actually EDUCATE and form RELATIONSHIPS with their kids in order to find and help form their unique minds.

        Our other son who is under an IEP has a more mild condition. He attends a regular class. We consider him a “tweener”. He’s in between freedom and the government.

        Our other son who is NOT under an IEP and attends a regular class is the one losing out. He’s under the thumb of the government and so are his teachers. They’re ALL ABOUT TESTING, TESTING, TESTING. And anyone with children knows WHY. They need to appease the GOVERNMENT.

        It’s clear to me that when teachers are FREE to EDUCATE then education happens. When they are shackled by the government then education is shackled, too.

        Harvard has a great study that speaks to new strategies of education however it will be very challenging to pursue these because we’ve already given up so much to the government and will need to change government FIRST before we can change our education!!!

        http://www.gse.harvard.edu/news_events/features/2011/Pathways_to_Prosperity_Feb2011.pdf

        The government has INFECTED every aspect of our lives and we have no one to blame but ourselves. We’ve ASKED for it! Every time that there’s a problem our first impulse is: The government ought to do something about this! The only way that the government can do anything is through TAXATION. So the more that we ask the more that we get taxed. Then we cry about taxes and ask the government to do something about that, too!

        We’ve all lost our minds!

        We visit the doctor very frequently. I noticed a sign the lst time. I’ve noticed it before – it’s been up there for YEARS but this time I reallt NOTICED it. It read: FEDERAL LAW – No Food or Drink Permitted in Waiting Room or Exam Rooms.

        Do we REALLY need the Federal Government telling us how to behave in the building of a PRIVATE practitioner? Shouldn’t this be something that this particular office can manage for THEMSELVES?

        They also have signs by the check-in window: No cell phones, please.

        If they can manage cell phones then surely they can manage food and drink!

        It won’t be long befire we see this sign in the office: FEDERAL LAW – No Cell Phones Permitted.

        The government has GOT TO GO!

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        You have quite a story to tell about the Failure of Public Education. Here, where I live, it’s all about the Teachers Union and what they will or will not allow as far as Teacher Assessment. They are fighting the State because the State wants to “test” them.

        As to the Failure of the Educational System, the Teachers Union says much of the blame lies with the Parents and I agree with them to some extent; especially when absenteeism runs rampant. However, I believe to whole Educational System of Standardized Testing, coupled with the ever increasing “Moral Decay” of our society, has been “doomed” to Fail from the “get-go”. The “pin-heads” within the Federal Department of Education have ZERO “understanding” that different children have different aptitudes. Instead of “testing” the Basics – they “test” as if every child was destined to go to college. And therein lies the Central Planning of the “Government Run” Educational System. The propagation of Crippling Student Loans which are immune from Bankruptcy – spear-headed by the Politicians to get votes; in collusion with Banks in it for Profit.

        I gotta run, but so you know I’m NOT for the banning of anyone on this Blog. tex2 is a Jerk and he aligns himself with Neocon Political Jerks – that’s for sure. But for the most part, everything he “touts” on this Blog can be “used” as a contrast to what most Americans yearn for – Freedom, Liberty and less Government “Involvement” in our Daily Lives. Society is currently experiencing tex2’s “way” of Governing and Controlling the People, which has been a dismal Failure. Just as there isn’t ANY “Difference” between Republicans and Democrats – there isn’t ANY “Difference” between Neocons and Liberals. They ALL want to “Rule the Roost”.

      • Don Howard says:

        @Fyrewyngz and DT:
        Great discussion! There are a lot of very good points being made by both of you. I would like to add my agreement to the statements made about Tex2, and others like him. It’s especially relevant in regards to how we view his right to participate, and how that it should reflect Dr. Paul’s platform. At least three of us are in agreement on that and I believe there are more. The level of frustration that is calling for a ban is totally understandable, and seeing the grief Tex2 was causing for so many lead me to add my name to the list. I have since retracted my name from the list, it has not been removed in subsequent postings.

        The one thing we may differ on a bit is in regards to whether or not we need a moderator. I do believe we need to have an agreement of conduct for any that want to participate in the discussion. We need to welcome opposing views, but we also need to have some level of civility when addressing each other. That would include RP supporters. A very limited and conservative government is not the same as no government at all. There would certainly be more quality involvement if we had at least a minimum of civility required. The availability of a moderator would be necessary if the agreement of conduct is being violated.

      • DT says:

        Don Howard

        What you said is true. Civility must Rule. However, I disagree with the “premise” of a Moderator, if said Moderator is there only to “censor” intelligent dissenting opinions to Ron Paul. If “Rules” are broken – that’s one thing. But to “censor” someone with a dissenting opinion, “flies-in-the-face” of what we believe.

        As you can probably tell by what is being posted on this Blog (and others) is that there HASN’T been much in the way of “intelligent” dissenting opinion to Ron Paul’s views; especially from a Neocon Blog Troll, like tex2. This is to be expected. Neocons, like tex2, though “purposefully brash” and “blatantly unorthodox” in what he says “about” Ron Paul and what Ron Paul offers to the Presidency – is QUITE ORTHODOX to the Neocon “way of thinking”. This is “truly” HOW Neocons think. Thus, correctly “categorizing” tex2 into the Neocon category, and thus, exposing the Neocon “way of thinking” – should “invigorate” us to become MORE “passionate” in what we (and Ron Paul) believe in – and the Contrast is something which people can’t ignore.

      • Don Howard says:

        Again, I agree with you in regards to censorship and thought I had made that clear. If not I am stating it now. A moderator, imo, is needed to keep a minimum of civility in the forum. Just as a government is needed to keep a minimum of order in a society. Certainly you do not believe we need no government at all? If we were all civil we would not, but of course that is not the case and it is not likely to ever be the case. We are also in agreement on your insight into Neocons and Tex2. We should welcome opposing views, because they do reinforce the strength or our own, or help us refine our own.

        It’s amazing to me how some believe they will convince others to agree with them if they act like spoiled children by spewing, ridiculing, name calling, spitting, and otherwise attacking. When you think about it that is representative of the way they believe we will win the world over. “Yea, let’s go make friends by pissing them all off. And if they don’t see it our way we will beat the crap out of them. Then we will rule them until we approve of their proper submission.” That seems to be the mentality. Even if that appears to work as a policy, it would be because of the overwhelming strength of one over another it won’t hold together for long. The bully had better not ever sleep.

      • tex2 says:

        @everybody

        Your description of a Neocon is frightening because it’s TRUE! —> No, it’s frightening because it’s false, but you still believe it. LOL

        I’m not so sure that tex2 is entirely Neocon however because every now and then he makes rational observations. —> I’ll take being a “Neocon” (a term that is misused) over being a RIPtilian “Dinocon” any day. LOL A Dinocon is someone who uses 18th century factors to dictate 21st century policy. LOL An example is how much smaller the planet has become with technology. LOL

        I think that somewhere deep inside there’s a part of him yearning to be free but unfortunately the shallow, consuming Neocon part of him has its tyrranical thumb firmly pressed. —> And I think you’re on drugs. LOL

        If he keep shanging out here it will only help him find the freedom that he’s so desperately seeking. —> If I keep hanging out here, more people will walk away from RIP. LOL

        Rather than banning him we should be trying to help folks like tex2. —> Yes, please help me, just don’t accept a simple phone call. LOL

        Banning is a Neocon tactic wouldn’t you say? —> I would say it is the opinion of a LOT of people on this blog, wouldn’t you say? LOL

        RP supporters know all about being banned. —> That’s because you’re nutjobs. LOL

        Two wrongs don’t make a right. —> Perhaps I should just leave this blog for a few days and see how much more stupid it gets with everybody agreeing to your stupid RIPtilian positions. LOL

        There’s room here for everyone. —> Glad you agree. Now go sit in the corner and shut up. LOL

        And if a Neocon or two join in to try and spoil things then all that’s required is compassion. —> I think I’m getting weepy….never mind, it was just crying from laughing so hard. LOL

        To your points regarding the “need” to be ruled. —> Or not caring? LOL

        I hold the same perspective. —> Of course you do, you’re a RIPtilian. LOL

        It’s a real weakness. —> It’s more of a different priority and a decision. LOL

        I think the question is: how do we help them find the strength to help themselves? —> Quit supporting RIP. LOL

        People like tex2 are practically CRYING for help and here we are trying to ban him! —> You mistake CRYING for help for CRYING from laughing so hard. LOL

        Asking Doug Wead to ban tex2 is NO BETTER than folks asking the government to legislate every damn thing in our lives! —> Surfisher, are you reading this? LOL

        On this blog Doug is the “government” and he’s being asked to legislate tex2!!! —> Doug is smart enough to know where his bread is buttered. LOL

        It’s been stated that this blog needs moderation which equates to MORE GOVERNMENT!!! —> A few straight jackets would be useful as well. LOL

        SERIOUSLY?! Isn’t this EXACTLY what we’re supposed to be AGAINST!!! —> Surfisher, are you reading this? LOL

        We have 3 young boys (I started late in life). —> So the cosmetic surgery helped? LOL

        They all happen to be within the autism spectrum. —> Ever consider having yourself checked? I heard it runs in the family. LOL

        They range in how they’re affected. —> Unlike RIPtilians, every one of them has a full blown case of the nutsies. LOL

        Two have IEP’s and the third is in a regular class with extra help. —> And all you poor RIPtilians have is this blog. LOL

        Because of this array we get to experience what most parents don’t: that the involvement of government in our schools has reduced teachers from being EDUCATORS to being ADMINISTRATORS of what the government DICTATES/ I have attended MANY conferences through the years with LOTS of teachers and this is abundantly clear. —> Then why don’t you teach them at home or in a private school? LOL

        The teachers who work with our son who is under the most intense IEP (he’s the most affected) and attends a stricltly special class of students are actually the ones doing the BEST job. —> Our tax dollars at work? LOL

        Why? Because his IEP is COMPLETELY HIS and has NOTHING to do with any government requirements! —> Quite the opposite, we are obviously spending a LOT more tax dollars on him than the other 2. LOL

        His teachers have the FREEDOM to actually EDUCATE and form RELATIONSHIPS with their kids in order to find and help form their unique minds. —> See above. LOL

        Our other son who is under an IEP has a more mild condition. —> Which does not occur in the RIPtilian “species.” LOL

        He attends a regular class. —> Is there a class for RIPtilians? LOL

        We consider him a “tweener”. —> I consider all RIPtilians senile. LOL

        He’s in between freedom and the government. —> As are all of us. LOL

        Our other son who is NOT under an IEP and attends a regular class is the one losing out. —> Then why do you allow him to lose, and not home or privately teach him? LOL

        He’s under the thumb of the government and so are his teachers. —> With a dad like you, that’s an improvement. LOL

        They’re ALL ABOUT TESTING, TESTING, TESTING. —> Isn’t that normal for SCHOOL? LOL

        And anyone with children knows WHY. —> I do, it’s because it is SCHOOL. LOL

        They need to appease the GOVERNMENT. —> Oh boy, another conspiracy theory…LOL

        It’s clear to me that when teachers are FREE to EDUCATE then education happens. —> And that “freedom” is extremely expensive. LOL

        When they are shackled by the government then education is shackled, too. —> And your mind is shackled against common sense. LOL

        Harvard has a great study that speaks to new strategies of education however it will be very challenging to pursue these because we’ve already given up so much to the government and will need to change government FIRST before we can change our education!!!
        [study link removed] —-> Looks like a study that is FULL of government statistics, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the government paid for the study. LOL

        The government has INFECTED every aspect of our lives and we have no one to blame but ourselves. —> I blame RIP for not working effectively with real conservatives. LOL

        We’ve ASKED for it! —> And RIP gave us a completely ineffective representation. LOL

        Every time that there’s a problem our first impulse is: The government ought to do something about this! —> No, it isn’t. LOL

        The only way that the government can do anything is through TAXATION. —> This is true. Congratulations! LOL

        So the more that we ask the more that we get taxed. —> So you would prefer the government NOT pay for the above study? LOL

        Then we cry about taxes and ask the government to do something about that, too! —> Yes, cut them. LOL

        We’ve all lost our minds! —> Just RIPtilians. LOL

        We visit the doctor very frequently. —> Do they unstrap you first? LOL

        I noticed a sign the lst time. —> How observant. LOL

        I’ve noticed it before – it’s been up there for YEARS but this time I reallt NOTICED it. —> Probably the meds were worn off this most recent time. LOL

        It read: FEDERAL LAW – No Food or Drink Permitted in Waiting Room or Exam Rooms. —> That’s because people would ignore it otherwise. LOL

        Do we REALLY need the Federal Government telling us how to behave in the building of a PRIVATE practitioner? —> Yes, there’s a LOT of RIPtilians out there. LOL

        Shouldn’t this be something that this particular office can manage for THEMSELVES? —> Apparently not. LOL

        They also have signs by the check-in window: No cell phones, please. —> Signs, signs, everywhere a sign….http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLm3HMG8IhM LOL

        If they can manage cell phones then surely they can manage food and drink! —> Food and drink were invented before cell phones, I’m sure they will catch up eventually. LOL

        It won’t be long befire we see this sign in the office: FEDERAL LAW – No Cell Phones Permitted. —> Told ya. LOL

        The government has GOT TO GO! —> Where? LOL

      • tex2 says:

        Don,

        You didn’t see the fine print in the list signup? It’s just like Hotel California, you can check in but you can’t check out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUbTW928sMU LOL

        It’s amazing how much time you talk about me and how little time you talk about RIP, even though I have brought up 5 issues over and over again. LOL

      • Don Howard says:

        @Tex2:
        Here is a response to the “5 arguments” you have copied and pasted all over this blog so many times. The arguments you are presenting are old, tired, and proof that you are not thinking for yourself. The obvious failure of those policies is staring us in the face. They are the policies that have been in place for the last 50 years, and are based on a stone age view of the world. There is not one point that has been accomplished, quite the opposite, this country is on the precipice of epic failure and to continue with them will ensure that failure.

        1. You are actually naive enough to use the argument of style over content? You are insisting it be a beauty pageant? Your argument is based on what? Appealing to idiots?

        2. You really are missing the point here. The whole idea is that we do not need more laws, we need fewer laws. You are seriously stating that unless a politician writes more laws and regulations into our lives he is not doing his or her job? That is part of the problem, not part of the solution. Are you not able to function unless the government is telling you how to?

        3. If a bill is rewritten to the point that it does not accomplish the goal, or represent your views, why would a person vote for it? Would you seriously sign your name to something that did not represent your values? In addition it would be an endorsement of ineffective legislation that would create a roadblock to effective legislation. Possibly this answers your endorsement of Romney, and your inability to see that he does not represent your “conservative” views. But you are willing to sign off on it because it says it’s Republican.

        4. At the very least some new approaches will be on the table. If Paul wins the presidency it will be a very strong message to congress. They may not give him everything he asks for, but they would be fools if they did not at least give his ideas consideration. Wait… the vast majority are fools. So REPLACE them and their policies!

        5. The policies you are presenting have been in place for the last 50 years. Is this country safer? Is it freer? Is it more financially stable? Are the people happier or better off? The USSR went down trying to do the same thing. Financially we are not able to support that policy, it is bankrupting us. It has also bred hostility towards our country. It doesn’t take much of an imagination to see that. If we had foreign troops on our soil, armed and patrolling our streets, how would you react? It is also bankrupting the principles this country was founded on. The citizens are now suspected terrorists and are being treated as such. We do not experience the freedom of a free people, but are rather treated as a threat to our own government. The foreign policy you are presenting has proven to be an epic failure and we need to look at some serious changes and fresh ideas.

        The bottom line is this: The foreign policy this country has been following is the same policy of paranoia that put McCarthy in power. The longer that foreign policy is employed the more self-fulfilling it becomes.

      • FyreWyngz says:

        @tex2

        Many folks have expressed disdain about your typing “LOL” after EVERY line you post. I happen to find it helpful as it serves as a marker for your stupidity.

        Rather than banning him we should be trying to help folks like tex2. —> Yes, please help me, just don’t accept a simple phone call. LOL

        What is with this phone call stuff? What exactly are you proposing? Please explain why ANYONE here or anywhere in the WORLD would want to converse with you over the phone? What would you have to say beyond the nonsense that you;ve posted here? Are you maybe an alien fron the planet Zargon with important information about how to save the future of humanity? What’s your number – I’ll call RIGHT AWAY!

        Banning is a Neocon tactic wouldn’t you say? —> I would say it is the opinion of a LOT of people on this blog, wouldn’t you say? LOL

        Yes – and it is contrary to our cause.

        Two wrongs don’t make a right. —> Perhaps I should just leave this blog for a few days and see how much more stupid it gets with everybody agreeing to your stupid RIPtilian positions. LOL

        “MY” stupid RIPtilian positions? I don’t have any. I support RP’s CAMPAIGN because they align with my own positions.

        There’s room here for everyone. —> Glad you agree. Now go sit in the corner and shut up. LOL

        Clearly, you’ve exhausted your intellect and have NOTHING of value to add.

        People like tex2 are practically CRYING for help and here we are trying to ban him! —> You mistake CRYING for help for CRYING from laughing so hard. LOL

        So you’re saying that you have a superiority complex? Please – give me your phone number – I MUST speak with you NOW so that I might be saved from my inferiority by the superiority that is tex2! Please – HELP ME – oh, great one who cries from laughing at all others inferior to him.

        Wow – no wonder you live in your mother’s basement. With a head THAT big you can’t possibly squeeze through the bulkhead.

        Asking Doug Wead to ban tex2 is NO BETTER than folks asking the government to legislate every damn thing in our lives! —> Surfisher, are you reading this? LOL

        So now you agree with me? Your other commentary was LOLing at my points regarding this issue. You’re a fascinating enigma. I want to be like you when I grow up!

        We have 3 young boys (I started late in life). —> So the cosmetic surgery helped? LOL

        Not really. I’m sure I’m nowhere near as pretty as you.

        They all happen to be within the autism spectrum. —> Ever consider having yourself checked? I heard it runs in the family. LOL

        You’ve heard correctly. Have you been checked? You seem to exhibit certain psychotic characteristics that are well beyond the spectrum of what a human being is.

        Because of this array we get to experience what most parents don’t: that the involvement of government in our schools has reduced teachers from being EDUCATORS to being ADMINISTRATORS of what the government DICTATES/ I have attended MANY conferences through the years with LOTS of teachers and this is abundantly clear. —> Then why don’t you teach them at home or in a private school? LOL

        We do teach at home. It’s called HOMEWORK. It’s called BEING A FAMILY.

        Keeping them entirely at home would deprive them of the social benefits that school provides.

        Considering your social skills exhibited here I’m wondering if it might help you to go back to 3rd grade for awhile. Just to brush up a little.

        The teachers who work with our son who is under the most intense IEP (he’s the most affected) and attends a stricltly special class of students are actually the ones doing the BEST job. —> Our tax dollars at work? LOL

        That’s correct. Our tax dollars at their BEST.

        Why? Because his IEP is COMPLETELY HIS and has NOTHING to do with any government requirements! —> Quite the opposite, we are obviously spending a LOT more tax dollars on him than the other 2. LOL

        No. He’s getting the tax dollars that he DESERVES.

        His teachers have the FREEDOM to actually EDUCATE and form RELATIONSHIPS with their kids in order to find and help form their unique minds. —> See above. LOL

        Ditto.

        Our other son who is under an IEP has a more mild condition. —> Which does not occur in the RIPtilian “species.” LOL

        Huh??? Now you want to take shots at children? Wow – I can’t wait to talk with you on the phone so I can learn to be as cool as you!

        He attends a regular class. —> Is there a class for RIPtilians? LOL

        Yes. It’s called FIRST CLASS.

        He’s in between freedom and the government. —> As are all of us. LOL

        True. This is the first intelligent thing that you’ve posted here.

        Our other son who is NOT under an IEP and attends a regular class is the one losing out. —> Then why do you allow him to lose, and not home or privately teach him? LOL

        See above.

        He’s under the thumb of the government and so are his teachers. —> With a dad like you, that’s an improvement. LOL

        I do my very best.

        They’re ALL ABOUT TESTING, TESTING, TESTING. —> Isn’t that normal for SCHOOL? LOL

        No. See above.

        They need to appease the GOVERNMENT. —> Oh boy, another conspiracy theory…LOL

        Theory? It’s the truth. What exactly is YOUR experience with public schools and your chidren? How are things for you on planet Zargon?

        It’s clear to me that when teachers are FREE to EDUCATE then education happens. —> And that “freedom” is extremely expensive. LOL

        Paying a college graduate to do their job as an educator is far less expensive than paying a government to dictate to them how to do their job.

        When they are shackled by the government then education is shackled, too. —> And your mind is shackled against common sense. LOL

        Which is…???

        Harvard has a great study that speaks to new strategies of education however it will be very challenging to pursue these because we’ve already given up so much to the government and will need to change government FIRST before we can change our education!!!
        [study link removed] —-> Looks like a study that is FULL of government statistics, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the government paid for the study. LOL

        Why not do a little research before you LOL something? Or does your whole system operate solely on what you call common sense?

        We’ve ASKED for it! —> And RIP gave us a completely ineffective representation. LOL

        It’s beginning to look this way.

        Every time that there’s a problem our first impulse is: The government ought to do something about this! —> No, it isn’t. LOL

        As a society it most definitely is.

        So the more that we ask the more that we get taxed. —> So you would prefer the government NOT pay for the above study? LOL

        The Pathways to Prosperity Project was launched in October, 2008, and was initially known as “The Forgotten Half
        Project.” In early 2009 we changed the name to signal that we were more focused on fi nding solutions than on calling
        attention to the problem. The project is based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. It is led by Robert B.
        Schwartz, Academic Dean and Francis Keppel Professor of Practice at HGSE, and Ronald Ferguson, senior lecturer at
        HGSE and the Kennedy School of Government and director of the Achievement Gap Initiative at Harvard University.
        William C. Symonds is the full-time project director. He has been primarily responsible for the project’s work with
        partners in several different geographies, as well as for the writing of much of this report in collaboration with
        Schwartz and Ferguson.

        From the beginning, we intended to work with people and organizations in several different regions eager to
        collaborate in developing solutions to the forgotten half challenge. We have now worked with partners in Silicon
        Valley, Illinois and Boston, as well as people interested in developing more effective pathways to careers in healthcare.

        In Silicon Valley, our work has focused on encouraging creation of a regional, collaborative effort to address the
        challenge. We helped convene a conference in early 2010, entitled, “Creating Pathways to Prosperity for Young
        Adults in Silicon Valley,” which was hosted by Cisco, and attracted over 100 leaders from the business, education
        and the non-profi t communities. This led to the formation of an advisory board that is promoting collaboration and
        new initiatives. In Illinois we have been working with a group of state and national leaders on an ambitious effort to
        improve career education in Illinois high schools. In Boston, we helped convene a meeting of key stakeholders with
        The Boston Foundation, which then led an effort to map and analyze programs that support post-secondary pathways
        in the Boston region, which will help to inform the new Boston Opportunity Agenda. In healthcare, we have worked
        with educators, government and industry partners to examine how pathways to healthcare careers might be enhanced
        by improving healthcare career education, and intend to convene a national conference on this issue.

        We visit the doctor very frequently. —> Do they unstrap you first? LOL

        No. That would raise the risk.

        I’ve noticed it before – it’s been up there for YEARS but this time I reallt NOTICED it. —> Probably the meds were worn off this most recent time. LOL

        We just happened to be waiting longer than usual. Next time I will need meds if we have to wait that long again.

        It read: FEDERAL LAW – No Food or Drink Permitted in Waiting Room or Exam Rooms. —> That’s because people would ignore it otherwise. LOL

        But you said above that we do NOT need the Fed to fix everything for us. Which is it? Do we or don’t we?

        Do we REALLY need the Federal Government telling us how to behave in the building of a PRIVATE practitioner? —> Yes, there’s a LOT of RIPtilians out there. LOL

        Thanks to Dr. Paul’s work in the delivery room.

        Shouldn’t this be something that this particular office can manage for THEMSELVES? —> Apparently not. LOL

        Again, you said above that we don’t need the Fed… ah… never mind. You haven’t a clue what you’ve said.

        The government has GOT TO GO! —> Where? LOL

        How about your house? Do you think that there’s room for it in your basement with your big head and all?

      • DT says:

        FyreWyngz

        I figured it out why tex2 “loves” the LOLing

        Like Mitt Romney, it’s “Begging for Acceptance”

  35. TotalTruthSeeker says:

    tex2, or should I say Scott,

    Perhaps you should relax a little bit and remember that although you might think you are posting anonymously, some people know way more about you than you think.

  36. theunrepentantpatriot says:

    Tex2 must go. Remember the Alamo, and send him there right away.

  37. Surfisher says:

    Take Vincent Reda to Small Claims Court NOW!

    Vincent Reda will be eventually taken to criminal court, but it may take a year or more before the case is heard.

    Anybody can take anyone for nearly any reason to Small Claims Court, and usually the case is heard in less than 2 months (in some counties 30 days). You are not filing for a Law Suit, but a CLAIM Only (claiming a wrong and placing a Dollar Value on your perceived Loss). Once the hearing is scheduled — the Judge has to hear the case! If he/she deems your claim has no merit, you lose — if not, the Judge may award you a lower dollar amount.

    Regardless of the outcome — it’s a WIN, since the point is to drag this low-life through the mud ASAP, not much, much later (for all such creeps to watch and learn NOW)!

    Here is the beauty of this ploy (since the defendant (Reda) must show up on the given date and time — if he doesn’t, you win your claim, and he has to pay you the amount! Or, get special permission from the court, to excuse his absence in person — he may be FORCED to establish phone communication during the hearing — and have his lawyers represent him):

    1) If a thousand people file such a claim — and Reda does not show up, he’ll be broke financially.

    2) If allowed by court to have only lawyers represent him — he’ll have to hire hundreds of them, to be present when many cases would be on the same, or close to the same, day when the hearings are set! That will also be a financial burden!

    Hope all New Yorkers, that were disfranchised from voting by the LIE of Vincent Reda, file a Small Claims Court CLAIM against him — the creature needs to be penalized for his perfidy!

    Share this — if many more than a Thousand people file a Small Claim, this Clown will truly be put through a Circus!

    —————————————————
    One could claim an emotional distress that upon hearing, from a trusted official, that your candidate (say Newt, or Ron Paul) is no longer running according to the phone call, YOU broke down emotionally and stopped eating, sleeping, going to work, etc — LATER (after the voting was over) You found out it was all a Lie. And now, you are even more emotionally distressed since you lost your right to vote, because of the false statements. You put a $$$ TOTAL on your Claim (with the exact name and address of Vincent Reda) — and submit it in Small Claims Court.

    Here is the proof you need: his actual phone message LIE!

    (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLtTYwqH9Y)

  38. […] other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney. Doug Wead, Paul campaign advisor, notes that some GOP leaders have stooped pretty low trying to stop the Ron Paul campaign. Although many […]

  39. Josh Lee says:

    I am very confused on how Lori charged a Poll Tax, it is unconstitutional. The 24th amendment was created to make those illegal.

    • Surfisher says:

      Josh Lee —

      Seems the GOP is acting as it pleases. As long as Ron Paul does not win the Republican Nomination — they (GOP shills) are willing to break any Law…expecting Rmoney to excuse their arrogance “when” he “wins”.

      Little minds unaware that wishful thinking results in great disappointment.

    • tex2 says:

      I believe that was directed towards voting in elections by the citizens, not at caucuses. LOL

      But if you want to keep the conspiracy theory alive, please don’t read the above. LOL

    • Surfisher says:

      Doug — are you paying attention to this EVER GROWING List?! When are you going to get a moderator to ban this shill/troll…???

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt
      21) Ron4Prez
      22) DEMOCIDE
      23) Lee
      24) Sharon
      25) Don Howard
      26) Bill Sanders
      27) drkate
      28) David Reber
      29) Karrack
      30) Vigilantis
      31) glen
      32) Walter Brunswick
      33) shane smith
      34) DOBROIST
      35) RealTexas
      36) Pistol Petunia
      37) tex3
      38) GoodAmerican
      39) Craig Williams
      40) Slammo
      41) magichat666
      42) Drew
      43) Steve
      44) Matthew Reece
      45) Kc Cook
      46) George Leroy Tirebiter
      47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
      48) Daniel Tipping
      49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)
      50) Don Howard
      51) jammer
      52) Jason
      53) Roman Kalt
      54) JO
      55) Jers1
      56) Dean
      57) Concerned Citizen
      58) JC
      58) jammer
      59) Reality

      p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want
      the Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

  40. Surfisher says:

    Romney and Obama are actually clones —

    “Claim scientists at Rothdale’s laboratory in Lead’s, Ireland who publicly announced yesterday that both men were actually cloned in the King’s College – Chicago University experiments of 1956. ”

    For all of those that have kept on stating, and warning the American people, that Romney = Obama — now you have this video to back you up!

    Share it — funny stuff…sadly!

    (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWDJEc92d38&feature=player_embedded)

  41. Surfisher says:

    Ron Paul to WIN — or America to End 2012

    Take your pick…there are no other options!
    —————————————————————
    Ron Paul must take Rmoney to Tampa — to expose the GOP’s perfidy — when hundreds of thousands of Real Americans will come to the Convention voluntarily, supporting Ron Paul, the ONLY REAL AMERICAN PATRIOT in this race (vs a few hundred BUSED Rmoney bullies pretending they are actual people)!

    If the Republican Convention cheats Ron Paul out of The Nomination — then, go Third Party!

    There MUST NOT be a way allowed, for Rmoney to “debate” BO one-on-one — since this will be a Clowns’ Show (two liars trying to out-lie each other…when they are one-and-the-same HUMAN TRASH)!

    Ron Paul MUST be part of the DEBATES — so, he can clearly show up THESE politically trained monkeys for what they are — The ULTIMATE Destroyers of the USA!
    ————————————————————–

    Elect Ron Paul as President, if you want to Save America — vote for anyone else, if you WANT to DESTROY the USA!

    • Surfisher says:

      If all IGNORE the #2, IT will be reduced to nothingness!
      Just a yapping dog that follows its betters trying to get attention….
      ——————————————–

      Vote to ban the #2 that pollutes this forum with its trolling.

      This has nothing to do with Free Speech— this blog is Private Property …and when someone trespasses it to do Damage, IT needs to be removed from the premises — BANNED!

      So far the vote to BAN this subhuman shill — ‘tex2′ — is:

      1) Surfisher
      2) Sharon Kuhn
      3) annebeck58
      4) christopher Deligate of Missouri
      5) donjusko
      6) sharksauce24
      7) sophiah8
      8) rmcnnlly
      9) BanTex2Al
      10) Wendy Jones
      11) Evan Godolphin
      12) Remmic Lewis
      13) Shane Mayfield
      14) jeffrey bohl
      15) Bill
      16) hink
      17) celticreeler
      18) G
      19) Bob Saxton
      20) Matt
      21) Ron4Prez
      22) DEMOCIDE
      23) Lee
      24) Sharon
      25) Don Howard
      26) Bill Sanders
      27) drkate
      28) David Reber
      29) Karrack
      30) Vigilantis
      31) glen
      32) Walter Brunswick
      33) shane smith
      34) DOBROIST
      35) RealTexas
      36) Pistol Petunia
      37) tex3
      38) GoodAmerican
      39) Craig Williams
      40) Slammo
      41) magichat666
      42) Drew
      43) Steve
      44) Matthew Reece
      45) Kc Cook
      46) George Leroy Tirebiter
      47) The Chiefe (@the_chiefe71)
      48) Daniel Tipping
      49) r3VOLution (@R3volution)
      50) Don Howard
      51) jammer
      52) Jason
      53) Roman Kalt
      54) JO
      55) Jers1
      56) Dean
      57) Concerned Citizen
      58) JC
      58) jammer
      59) Reality
      60) don d
      61) Jessica Diane Wilson
      62) Matthew Reece
      63) Kc Cook
      64) George Leroy Tirebiter
      65) 2knowfreedom1
      66) Daniel Tipping
      67) ban the failed amway sales-boy
      68) Emilie Rensink
      69) hillbuzzads
      70) theunrepentantpatriot
      71) Karen Huffman
      72) FyreWyngz

      p.s. excuse omissions (errors) in posting since so many want
      this Waste-of-Protoplasm banned! please, add, your names, if I missed them!

  42. Steven T Tambronit says:

    Can someone please explain to me what the American electorate doesn’t get? A wise man once said, repeating the same mistakes over and over while expecting a different result is the definition of insanity, yet here in another election year and it appears were doomed to repeat history.
    The difference between our two parties has become blurred resembling two bookends for the same book? Our political system no longer represents choice, but limits it. Campaigners spew rhetoric to woo the electorate vote yet at terms end, deliver empty promise. Regardless of affiliation nothing changes, policy remains the same. Both send our young to fight in undeclared wars producing little more than monetary plunder to the establishment. An endless war on terror designates America a battlefield, spawning legislation shredding our constitutional civil rights in the name of home land security. In the end, American tax payers foot the bill to finance their grand vision of globalization.
    The two party systems is an illusion offering choice, yet in reality both parties work together to limit choice, validating an establishment’s function to create change that in reality presides over a systemic policy which stifles change.
    Main stream media is the tool of the establishment, brain washing Americans to believe for example, “The Ronald Reagan Revolution” which resulted in a tripling of the national debt and legalization of millions of illegal immigrants. On it has gone since. Give me an ounce of difference between Mitt Romney and Obama? What has Obama accomplished that Bush didn’t start? When was the last time we had a president that didn’t reflect the integrity and moral standard of Newt? With a click of the mouse you can dig up the dirt on them all.
    For the first time in decades this election offers change. With the greatest endorsement ever given to a candidate for the President of the United States, he has the endorsement of main stream media, an endorsement conspicuous by its absence. Ignored at every turn he’s treated like the thirteenth floor of a hotel building. Media has programmed us to believe a vote for him is wasted, yet few deny the logic his platform represents. I can think of no better endorsement than the fear and terror the establishment has for him.
    For once in decades we have a choice that doesn’t require choosing between two evils. For once we have a game changer. Finally we have someone who stands for real freedom and liberty. Lobbyists’ shun him knowing him incorruptible. He commands support of more active military personnel than all other candidates combined. He holds low rank among Washington’s wealthy politicians. Click the mouse on him and here is the fault you will find, never deviating from his beliefs for personal gain of wealth or power, He has tirelessly dedicated his career defending and protecting the Constitution. Finally we have the opportunity to break the chain of repeating the mistake in voting for the Status Quo. For my part I will not make that mistake, I vote historical change, I vote America first, I vote Ron Paul.
    I approve this message, Steven T Tambroni.

  43. Surfisher says:

    What did this young girl do, to get the Dogs-of-State to pursue and knock her of her bike brutally to the ground, and then maul her into painful submission?

    Watch carefully the chronological order (FREEZE picture at the time count given below — to see why):

    1) 0:32 — one of the Dogs-of-State signals the rest that he’s seen a cyclist taking a picture of “SOMETHING THAT MUST NOT BE SEEN”! So they run in pursuit.

    2) 0:44 — she is dragged down by two Dogs-of-State

    3) 0:51 — many more “Gang-of-Brothers” arrive surrounding their victim being mauled on the ground

    4) 0:57 — see the hand taking her cell phone away from her

    5) 1:10 — she manages to free one hand

    6) 1:11 — she tries to pass it in desperation to the people outside the circle of about a dozen Dogs-of-State trampling her rights

    7) 1:12 – 2:03 — she is still screaming in pain…but no-one can help her (since the AGGRESSORS, The Dogs-of-State are ARMED, and thus can inflict pain AT WILL on the disarmed, peaceful citizens)!

    And more abuses follow!

    This is the MOST DISTURBING VIDEO I’ve seen taped on American soil!

    DISGUSTING is mild — words fail me to describe my feelings on this OUTRAGE — watching the ‘US KGB’ MAUL and ABUSE a young girl!

    Don’t know what you’ll do about it — but I’m sending this to Judge Napolitano, the ACLU, News Media outlets, and even contacting my Lawyers to look into filing a civil case against these SS Troopers (hopefully pics can be enlarged so their badge numbers can be seen)!

  44. […] historian and Paul campaign spokesman Doug Wead points out that Romney’s campaign has no interest in welcoming Paul to the table: ”Romney Hawks, […]

    • Surfisher says:

      Shocker In Tampa — Ron Paul Wins!
      ————————————–

      These WILL be the headlines next day — here is why:

      According to RNC Rule #38 — at the Tampa Convention NONE of the Delegates are ACTUALLY Bound! Delegates can vote according to their own judgment and conscience — and are NOT bound to vote according to how most delegates from their state vote.

      Precedent was set in 2008 Utah by Legal Council for the RNC (stating: The RNC does not recognize a state’s binding of national delegates, but considers each delegate a free agent who can vote for whoever they choose).

      Also, the Republican (and Democratic) Parties are Private Organizations — so voting within a party is NOT bound by Election Law!
      ——————————————————

      What does this mean? It clearly shows that ANY or ALL delegates can abstain from voting in the 1st round. Or in other words — Bye-bye Mitt !!!

      What do we need to do? Push for as many more delegate wins for Ron Paul as humanly possible — so a Ron Paul victory in Tampa is assured!

      But most importantly NOW — SHARE this information (spread it like wildfire)!

      (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8kQly7ZR34&feature=player_embedded)

  45. brandeditems8 says:

    Who cares if someone endorses a person or doesn’t. Make up your own mind on who is the right choice. Vote your own consience, not someone else’s.

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