Wher'd All The Paullocks Go

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BOW'D UP

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seriously, whered they all go??????
is the revolution finally over.??

I GUESS THEY FINALLY HEARD HIM TALK ABOUT DEFENDING THE NATION!:whip::bounce:
 
I can't speak for my other constitutionaly minded brethren, however, I've been posting discussing the proper role of a fiat currency in a stable economy.
Oh, and the revolution won't be over for me until they come and pry my liberty from my cold dead hands. :shoot:
 
All right BOW'd UP, you want to talk about defending the US. Let's talk about defending the US.

Who is the only Congressman to offer a resolution to officially declare war on Iraq? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce a bill to deny student visas to students from "terrorist" nations? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce legislation to allow airlines to arm their pilots, which, by the way, would have prevented 911? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman who has introduced legislation to end the practice of birth-right citizenship? That would be Ron Paul.

You Socialist, big government neo-cons that have hijacked the Republican party attempt to paint anyone who disagrees with your Bill Clinton-style, nation building and policing of the world foreign policy as un-American and unwilling to defend the country. It's not going to work with me.

I'm sorry that you're upset that there are at least a few of us left in the Republican party that believe in limited government and believe in a strict adherence to the United States Constitution.

How, sir, is the United States any safer by our meddling in Middle Eastern affairs? Is it that two billion dollars that we borrow each day from the Communist Chinese in order to build trillion dollar embassies (with 30 foot walls) in the middle of Baghdad that makes us safer? Is it the fact that our trillion dollar per year foreign policy causes us to be faced with massive debt and rampant inflation that makes us safer? Is it the fact that Al-Queda is now stronger than ever that makes us safer?

Is it the weakening of the US dollar due to our overextension overseas that makes us safer?

Or perhaps it's our surrendering of our sovereignty to the United Nations that makes us safer. Let's don't forget that enforcing UN resolutions was one of the main reasons for invading Iraq. I'm sorry that some of us in the Republican party still believe that the US should, and by right ought to be, A FREE AND INDEPENDENT, SOVEREIGN NATION.

Is it the fact that our borders are wide open? How can you be so scared of a bearded, middle eastern man attacking you, yet you're ok with us securing the border of Iraq, while our very own borders remain wide open.

If you neocons really believed in what you argue (that the Muslims are coming!!), then why are our borders wide open? Why?
 
Hey Red....YOU ROCK!!!:flag::cool:
 

HOGDOG76

Senior Member
All right BOW'd UP, you want to talk about defending the US. Let's talk about defending the US.

Who is the only Congressman to offer a resolution to officially declare war on Iraq? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce a bill to deny student visas to students from "terrorist" nations? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce legislation to allow airlines to arm their pilots, which, by the way, would have prevented 911? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman who has introduced legislation to end the practice of birth-right citizenship? That would be Ron Paul.

You Socialist, big government neo-cons that have hijacked the Republican party attempt to paint anyone who disagrees with your Bill Clinton-style, nation building and policing of the world foreign policy as un-American and unwilling to defend the country. It's not going to work with me.

I'm sorry that you're upset that there are at least a few of us left in the Republican party that believe in limited government and believe in a strict adherence to the United States Constitution.

How, sir, is the United States any safer by our meddling in Middle Eastern affairs? Is it that two billion dollars that we borrow each day from the Communist Chinese in order to build trillion dollar embassies (with 30 foot walls) in the middle of Baghdad that makes us safer? Is it the fact that our trillion dollar per year foreign policy causes us to be faced with massive debt and rampant inflation that makes us safer? Is it the fact that Al-Queda is now stronger than ever that makes us safer?

Is it the weakening of the US dollar due to our overextension overseas that makes us safer?

Or perhaps it's our surrendering of our sovereignty to the United Nations that makes us safer. Let's don't forget that enforcing UN resolutions was one of the main reasons for invading Iraq. I'm sorry that some of us in the Republican party still believe that the US should, and by right ought to be, A FREE AND INDEPENDENT, SOVEREIGN NATION.

Is it the fact that our borders are wide open? How can you be so scared of a bearded, middle eastern man attacking you, yet you're ok with us securing the border of Iraq, while our very own borders remain wide open.

If you neocons really believed in what you argue (that the Muslims are coming!!), then why are our borders wide open? Why?
AND I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE. THANK YOU RED.:cool:
 
Been here the whole time. The problem is that whenever someone actually brought up facts you avoided the posts... How's your boy Thompson doing? Not as good as Paul I see...
 

formula1

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I laughed when I saw 'Paullocks'. That was funny I don't care who you are!:bounce:

B4 you Paullocks go jumping on me, let me say I like him! If it were not for his stance on the war, I could see myself supporting him! It's as simple as that! I just simply do not agree and it is a show stopper for me! Sorry!
 
I laughed when I saw 'Paullocks'. That was funny I don't care who you are!:bounce:

B4 you Paullocks go jumping on me, let me say I like him! If it were not for his stance on the war, I could see myself supporting him! It's as simple as that! I just simply do not agree and it is a show stopper for me! Sorry!
same here...
 
His point is that Iraq is/was a mistake. Don't confuse that with his willingness to defend America... There are lots of folks who think that our resources would've been better used elsewhere.
 

Bigtimber

Senior Member
Everyone has to research into who they like the most and who they think is best for the job at hand...Ron Paul has my vote.
 

formula1

Daily Bible Verse Organizer
His point is that Iraq is/was a mistake. Don't confuse that with his willingness to defend America... There are lots of folks who think that our resources would've been better used elsewhere.
I know his point well! I do not agree and never have and quite frankly, never will. I think his position makes this nation look weak, something that we cannot afford right now!

But I do absolutely respect your right to think differently if you so choose!
 

formula1

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I watched it! No change in my point of view! I will say nothing else on the matter! Sorry!
 
I know his point well! I do not agree and never have and quite frankly, never will. I think his position makes this nation look weak, something that we cannot afford right now!

But I do absolutely respect your right to think differently if you so choose!

Good point and I understand. But I don't think that admitting that you might've made a mistake in invading Iraq instead of plowing Afganistan under and maybe following through in Pakistan as being a weak stance.
 

formula1

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I don't believe it was a mistake as do many folks who would otherwise support him. This is what makes his stance weak from my point of view and I don't believe I could trust him to aggressively defend this country as a result.

Defending our country from Islamic radicals, which Iraq is a part of that in my view, is the #1 issue for most Americans. If RP had a different position on Iraq, it might have truely been a revolution.

I'll give him credit for not being a flip-flopper and remaining true to his position though.
 
I don't believe it was a mistake as do many folks who would otherwise support him. This is what makes his stance weak from my point of view and I don't believe I could trust him to aggressively defend this country as a result.

Defending our country from Islamic radicals, which Iraq is a part of that in my view, is the #1 issue for most Americans. If RP had a different position on Iraq, it might have truely been a revolution.

I'll give him credit for not being a flip-flopper and remaining true to his position though.

this is my problem...the iraq war.was bassed on 911...if we are at war with them for being part of the islamic radicals...why are we borrowing money from china ..to give to pakisatan....who are safe keeping the radicals,,& have nuclear capabilitys...
...when we are done in iraq ,if we ever are..they may not even be an allie of ours,,,,all we have to do is look at osama & sadam to see that.....

i say if we are at war with islamic radicals...lets start in pakistian ,,,stop giveing them money ,,training thier troops...lets blow the stuffing out of them...but why pay them...
 
seriously, whered they all go??????
is the revolution finally over.??

I GUESS THEY FINALLY HEARD HIM TALK ABOUT DEFENDING THE NATION!:whip::bounce:
I can't speak for my other constitutionaly minded brethren, however, I've been posting discussing the proper role of a fiat currency in a stable economy.
Oh, and the revolution won't be over for me until they come and pry my liberty from my cold dead hands. :shoot:
All right BOW'd UP, you want to talk about defending the US. Let's talk about defending the US.

Who is the only Congressman to offer a resolution to officially declare war on Iraq? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce a bill to deny student visas to students from "terrorist" nations? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman to introduce legislation to allow airlines to arm their pilots, which, by the way, would have prevented 911? That would be Ron Paul.

Who is the only Congressman who has introduced legislation to end the practice of birth-right citizenship? That would be Ron Paul.

You Socialist, big government neo-cons that have hijacked the Republican party attempt to paint anyone who disagrees with your Bill Clinton-style, nation building and policing of the world foreign policy as un-American and unwilling to defend the country. It's not going to work with me.

I'm sorry that you're upset that there are at least a few of us left in the Republican party that believe in limited government and believe in a strict adherence to the United States Constitution.

How, sir, is the United States any safer by our meddling in Middle Eastern affairs? Is it that two billion dollars that we borrow each day from the Communist Chinese in order to build trillion dollar embassies (with 30 foot walls) in the middle of Baghdad that makes us safer? Is it the fact that our trillion dollar per year foreign policy causes us to be faced with massive debt and rampant inflation that makes us safer? Is it the fact that Al-Queda is now stronger than ever that makes us safer?

Is it the weakening of the US dollar due to our overextension overseas that makes us safer?

Or perhaps it's our surrendering of our sovereignty to the United Nations that makes us safer. Let's don't forget that enforcing UN resolutions was one of the main reasons for invading Iraq. I'm sorry that some of us in the Republican party still believe that the US should, and by right ought to be, A FREE AND INDEPENDENT, SOVEREIGN NATION.

Is it the fact that our borders are wide open? How can you be so scared of a bearded, middle eastern man attacking you, yet you're ok with us securing the border of Iraq, while our very own borders remain wide open.

If you neocons really believed in what you argue (that the Muslims are coming!!), then why are our borders wide open? Why?
Hey Red....YOU ROCK!!!:flag::cool:
AND I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE. THANK YOU RED.:cool:
Been here the whole time. The problem is that whenever someone actually brought up facts you avoided the posts... How's your boy Thompson doing? Not as good as Paul I see...
His point is that Iraq is/was a mistake. Don't confuse that with his willingness to defend America... There are lots of folks who think that our resources would've been better used elsewhere.
Everyone has to research into who they like the most and who they think is best for the job at hand...Ron Paul has my vote.
i am still with him...
Good response Red. GO Ron Paul!
Well, apparently, we're all still here. RedFoxx, you rock, buddy.

The "revolution" didn't start with this campaign cycle and it won't end after this cycle is over.

There are still Americans left in this country who believe in a small, Constitutionally-restrained government.

I've been on a job-site in Baltimore lately, working on the first job with my new company, so I've been too busy to post. I have checked in occasionally and I've been doing some reading this morning, too.

I have to say that it's a truly wonderful feeling to be voting on pure principle; the other RP supporters, like myself, must also be having a good time watching some of the posts on this forum recently. No calculating triangulating for us.

My particular favorites are of the wailing and gnashing of teeth variety: "My candidate dropped out! Oh, woe is me! Let's see which horrible, awful candidate is left now...let me see, which one is less horrible and less awful than all the rest?"

"Who can I vote for that won't make me throw up in the voting booth? A gun-grabbing New York liberal, a lying Massachusetts liberal, an anti-1st Amendment Arizona democrat masquerading as a Republican, and a populist preacher from Hope..."

And you think Ron Paul supporters are crazy?
 
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