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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sat Dec 17, 2011 8:04 am

    http:// ronpaulflix.com/2011/12/ron-paul-with-jay-leno-dec-16-2011/

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiwUAMY_Xrw&feature=share

    Cafferty : People In Iowa Are Rallying Around Someone Who Represents real change, REAL

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    Post  Micjer on Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:06 am

    This is how the power of the media can twist the facts. Sure Ron Paul said all of these things, but the way they compile them, it makes him look like a nut case. The unread, and people that can't think outside the box, will see R P as a threat to their norm.

    VIDEO: New Iowa Frontrunner Thinks Medicare, Paper Money And Nearly Everything Else Is Unconstitutional

    http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2011/12/20/392728/paul-everything-is-unconstitutional/

    Yesterday, two new polls showed Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) emerging as the latest frontrunner in the Iowa GOP presidential caucus. Should the GOP primary electorate ultimately choose Paul as their nominee, however, it would be the clearest possible sign that they want to remake this country into a much meaner and more cruelly indifferent nation than the one nearly all Americans grew up in. Rep. Paul does not simply want to repeal most of the 20th Century, he believes that nearly everything America does is unconstitutional. ThinkProgress compiled video of just a few of Paul’s many claims that basic laws and essential programs violate the Constitution. A short list includes Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, the National Labor Relations Board, the Federal Reserve, income taxes, and even the dollar bill.

    To see the new Iowa GOP frontrunner claim that all of these things violate the Constitution — and to learn which seven cabinet departments he also believes are unconstitutional — watch our video here:


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    Post  Carol on Wed Dec 21, 2011 11:29 am

    More then anyone else I would love to see Ron Paul elected as president. However, based on past information from credible sources, the CIA (Bush Sr. and cronies) has pretty much been in control of who sits in the Presidential offices since Kennedy's death.

    I would hope Melon Thomas's near death vision of a woman who would be good for the country is our next sitting president. In fact, I had the thought earlier this morning that Ron Paul and a woman (I really don't know who) would be an ideal team for the Republicans. And it would be nice to have a woman run for Democrats presidential nomination as well. I'm tired of the ol' boy network that has morally, spiritually and financially bankrupted this nation.


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    Post  THEeXchanger on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:32 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeCpLcjxOq4&feature=related

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    GREENVILLE, N.C. -- Long before he discovered Friedrich Hayek and other free-market economists, Ron Paul got a lesson in sound money from his oldest brother, Bill.

    It was the height of World War II, and the Paul boys were laying aside quarters from their Pittsburgh Press routes and pooling pennies earned from pulling dirty milk bottles off the line at the family dairy to buy war bonds. One day, Ronnie suggested what was, in retrospect, a rather Keynesian solution: "Why doesn't the government just PRINT this money?"

    "Well," Bill responded, "then the money wouldn't have any value."

    Bill was 10. Ron was about 7.

    Washington bureaucrats, Paul says now, "would like it to be complicated, and that we have to accept this complex monetary system of the Federal Reserve. But it's no more complicated than two little kids talking ..."

    It's not complicated, he insists. These are the themes he has been addressing, consistently, since he entered politics in 1974, over the course of 12 terms in Congress, through his third bid for the White House: Free markets are good. The Federal Reserve is evil. The gold standard should be restored. Government is the cause, not the cure, of the nation's troubles.

    "If it tries to make us virtuous and it tries to make us better people and fairer people and make us more generous and make sure that nobody's richer than the other person, redistribute your wealth, the ONLY way they can do that is the undermining of our personal liberties," Paul told a raucous crowd of several hundred supporters during a recent "Restore Liberty Rally" at the Greenville Convention Center.

    "And that isn't the purpose of government. The purpose of government is exactly the opposite. The purpose of government is to protect our liberties."

    At 76, this former obstetrician has seven years on the oldest man ever to take office as president, Ronald Reagan. But where Reagan was the genial conservative, Paul is an evangelical libertarian – a prophet who preaches that the United States is flat broke, foundering under the too-great weight of a bloated bureaucracy and its imperial – albeit generally well-intentioned – foreign interventionism.


    This is a man who would eliminate five of the 15 cabinet-level departments (Commerce, Education, Energy, Housing and Urban Development, and Interior – he has no problem reciting them all); recall American troops from all foreign lands, not just war zones; repeal the 16th Amendment, which created the federal income tax; reduce his own presidential salary from $400,000 to $39,336 – the median salary of an American worker.

    These are not the planks of a mainstream candidate's platform. But Paul rolls along, attracting a hard-core following and collecting millions in contributions.

    How does he do it?

    Perhaps it is not so complicated: He applies the lessons learned in a life that stretches back to the Depression.

    ___

    Paul's grandfather, Casper, fled the economic wreckage of post-World War I Germany and went to work in the Pittsburgh steel mills at age 14. Ron Paul grew up on stories about rampant inflation and the dangers of paper currency.

    "I remember my grandmother wanting to hang onto some property my dad thought she should sell," he says. "And she said, `No. The money might go bad.'"

    Casper eventually saved up enough to buy some land outside the city. He started a small vegetable and chicken farm, then opened a dairy, which his sons eventually took over and relocated to nearby Carnegie. Ron Paul's first job was making sure no dirty bottles made it to the filling crates. He was paid a penny per bottle; when they were old enough, the Paul boys – all five of whom shared one bedroom – took over the summer milk routes to give the drivers some time off.

    His brother Jerry says Ronnie was no goodie two-shoes. In fact, he was kicked out of school – twice. The first time was for allegedly bribing a grade school chum "two bits" to throw a baseball through a window. The second was for bringing firecrackers to Dormont High – and that time he ratted on himself.

    "He couldn't stand the principals who were dictatorial," Jerry says. "He would call them fascists."

    Still, he was elected president of the student council at Dormont and won the school's service award three years running. But he really excelled at track. His junior year, Paul placed first in the state in the 220-yard dash, second in the 440 and third in the 100. Pennsylvania State University offered him a full athletic scholarship.

    When he tore the cartilage in his right knee playing touch football that summer, Penn State was still willing to take a chance on him. But Paul decided he couldn't accept in good conscience. "I was not confident I could meet the standards of honoring that scholarship," he says.

    Instead, he chose Gettysburg College, a small Lutheran school near the famous battlefield. Paul paid his own way, using money earned from his job running the local student coffee shop, The Bullet Hole, and washing dishes at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house. In his senior year, he married Carolyn Wells, who had first noticed him when a friend pointed out the lanky upperclassman running around the track at Dormont.

    Paul went on to attend Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, N.C. During his second year of residency in Detroit, Paul got a letter from the Selective Service. He could be drafted into the Army as a "buck private," or join as a physician and receive an officer's commission.

    "I volunteered immediately," he says, chuckling.

    Paul served two years in the Air Force as a flight surgeon and three more in the Air National Guard. While he did not see any action, he says he's seen enough of war's aftermath to convince him "the way we go to war so often is the reason that we have difficulty getting out of war.

    "My firm belief is that the founders were absolutely correct in going to war very, very cautiously, very, very rarely," he told the Greenville crowd. "And NOT by one individual deciding."

    During his residency, Paul found time for some light reading: "The Road to Serfdom" by the free-market economist Friedrich Hayek. It was an epiphany. In short order, he devoured the works of Ayn Rand and Ludwig von Mises, the dean of Austrian school of laissez-faire economics.

    Paul had been stationed at Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio. When his service was up in 1968, he stayed on in Texas, eventually taking over the practice of the only obstetrician-gynecologist in tiny Lake Jackson, south of Houston. It was a busy office; often, Paul would deliver four babies in a single night, and in the course of his career, he estimates he brought more than 4,000 babies into the world.

    There was minor shock in the office when Paul informed the staff they would no longer participate in the federal Medicaid or Medicare programs.

    "People will pay as they can," scrub nurse Donna White, who later married her boss's youngest brother, recalls the doctor saying. "And if they can't, that's fine."

    One family, she says, paid him in fresh-caught shrimp.

    ___

    Paul can remember the date when he decided to enter politics. It was Aug. 15, 1971, the day President Richard Nixon decoupled the U.S. dollar from the nation's gold reserves.

    "After that day, all money would be political money rather than money of real value," he told a writer from Texas Monthly. "I was astounded."

    Paul lost his first congressional race in 1974 but won a special election two years later to fill the incumbent's unexpired term. Several months later, he lost the general election to Democrat Robert Gammage by fewer than 300 votes.

    Paul defeated Gammage in 1978 and won back-to-back re-elections. His pledge to "never vote for legislation unless the proposed measure is expressly authorized by the Constitution" earned him a nickname: Dr. No.

    He refused to vote for any tax increase or any budget that was not balanced, and eschewed most "pork barrel" projects for his district. He even voted against awarding Congressional Gold Medals to Mother Teresa, Nancy and Ronald Reagan, and civil rights icon Rosa Parks – though he suggested his colleagues "each put in 100 bucks" to pay for the $30,000 cost of a medal for Parks.

    He has refused to enroll in the House pension program, saying it would be "hypocritical and immoral" to accept a benefit unavailable to the taxpayers who fund it. He also discouraged his five children – including the future Kentucky U.S. senator and tea party darling Rand Paul – from applying for government-backed student loans.

    In 1981, Dr. No teamed up with "Senator No" (North Carolina's Jesse Helms) to pass legislation that formed the 17-member Gold Commission, which was to study "the role of gold in the monetary system." Appointed by Reagan, Paul argued for a gold coin – "without a dollar denomination" – as legal tender.

    "I wanted people to think of money as weight," he wrote.

    In 1984, Paul ran for the U.S. Senate. When that bid failed, he returned full time to his medical practice.

    Four years later, Paul won the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination. He placed third in the election, with less than 1 percent of the popular vote, but he now had a national base.

    In 1997, Paul retired from medicine and returned to Congress; he's been there ever since. In 2008, he made his second run for president, this time as a Republican. He raised almost $35 million, including more than $6 million on Dec. 16, 2007, the anniversary of the Boston Tea Party.

    Still, in the end, it was projected that he had amassed just 42 delegates.

    The 2008 race also brought Paul's closest brush with scandal. A controversy arose over statements in his monthly newsletters – "if you have ever been robbed by a black teen-aged male, you know how unbelievably fleet-footed they can be"; Martin Luther King Jr. was a "pro-Communist philanderer"; "Homosexuals, not to speak of the rest of society, were far better off when social pressure forced them to hide their activities."

    Paul denied writing the offending passages – they were, he said, the work of ghostwriters, though he acknowledged that he bore "some moral responsibility" for them. And he said he was not a detractor of King's – the civil rights leader was a champion of individual rights and one of his heroes.

    ___

    Now trotting sprightly along on two artificial knees, the high school sprinter has proved to be a steady long-distance runner. He placed a close second in the August Iowa straw poll, though he polls in single digits in most states.

    The former fringe candidate is tapping into some mainstream anger. During a news conference at the Greenville airport, Paul – looking, as always, slightly rumpled in his workaday suit and sensible shoes – laughs when asked if throwing thousands of federal employees out of work in the current down economy is a good idea.

    "Let `em go to work at McDonald's," he says, his brown eyes twinkling impishly beneath untamed eyebrows. "They should have a REAL job. Bureaucrats don't create wealth. They interfere with wealth production."

    Downtown at the convention center, hundreds queue up for vinegary "eastern-style" barbecue, hush puppies, cole slaw and foam cups of sweet iced tea. One man sports a hat with a "REPEAL ObamaCare" button, while another wears a T-shirt cataloguing the supposed evils of fluoridated drinking water.

    Paul's campaign takes pride in portraying him as a kind of Beltway Cassandra, ignored and marginalized by the "mainstream media." At the end of the food table sits a pile of business cards announcing Paul's latest "moneybomb" (the Oct. 19 drive raised more than $2.75 million) and daring news outlets to "BLACK THIS OUT!"

    When the candidate arrives, the cheering crowd leaps to its feet. He then launches into a 33-minute, no-notes speech covering everything from 19th-century French economist Frederic Bastiat to the right to consume raw milk.

    He speaks repeatedly of our "recession/depression" and says the "No. 1 cause" of the current financial crisis was the Federal Reserve.

    "THEY are the ones who are responsible for so much suffering," he says, his already high-pitched voice rising to a near squeak. The Fed, he declares, is a "counterfeiter."

    The crowd chants the title of one of Paul's books: "End the Fed! End the Fed!"

    By speech's end, Todd Bennett, 45, of nearby Farmville, is sweating and hoarse.

    "He's not the most charismatic man, by any stretch," says Bennett, a hospital supply courier and father of 10-year-old twin boys. "He's not got the greatest delivery by any stretch. But the words he says lights a fire in my soul. I'm ready to run through a brick wall for him."

    Paul inspires that kind of devotion. But there are many naysayers, even among those who know him best. Jerry Paul, a retired Presbyterian minister and registered Democrat, says his brother "does not appreciate the depth" of human sinfulness and selfishness. He goes as far as to call Ron Paul's philosophy "kind of naive." Life is complicated, he suggests.

    "Freedom, to me, really comes with responsibility ... to work together with others in the political realm, to work on behalf of the governed," he says. "That we're going to have a safety net ... Who else is going to do that, other than our political structure?"

    The candidate freely acknowledges that the free market "is not perfect." But he says it adjusts for its mistakes.

    "I think the people who assume that a few people in Washington, the bureaucrats and the politicians, know what's best for us, and we can trust them, that's being REALLY naive," he says.

    ___

    When late-night comedian Jon Stewart recently asked Paul why he keeps running, the representative replied: "I think if you plant a seed, it tends to grow."

    Years ago, Paul says, a congressional colleague slipped a laminated piece of paper into his hand. It was a passage from Elie Wiesel's 1970 book, "One Generation After."

    In it, a child asks the one "Just Man" why he walks the streets of Sodom railing against wickedness, when he knows it is hopeless. The man replies: "if I continue my protest, at least I will prevent others from changing me."

    Paul can't recall who gave him the quote. But he still has it, tucked away with his House voting card.

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    Allen G. Breed is a national writer, based in Raleigh, N.C. He can be reached at features(at)ap.org.
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    Post  Micjer on Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:08 pm

    In it, a child asks the one "Just Man" why he walks the streets of Sodom railing against wickedness, when he knows it is hopeless. The man replies: "if I continue my protest, at least I will prevent others from changing me."



    Excellent! cheers
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    Post  Micjer on Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:52 am

    Gingrich, Perry Fail to Qualify for Virginia's Presidential Primary

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/12/24/newt-gingrich-fails-to-qualify-for-virginias-presidential-primary/#ixzz1hT4IIoLZ


    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has failed to qualify for Virginia's March 6 Republican primary, a development that complicates his bid to win the GOP presidential nomination.

    "After verification, RPV has determined that Newt Gingrich did not submit required 10k signatures and has not qualified for the VA primary," the Republican Party of Virginia announced early Saturday on its Twitter website.

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry also fell short of the 10,000 signatures of registered voters required for a candidate's name to be on the primary ballot, but former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Texas Rep. Ron Paul will be on the ballot.


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    Post  THEeXchanger on Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:27 am

    that is good news, thanks for sharing it :)
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    Post  Arrowwind on Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:30 pm

    There seems to be some dirty laundry regarding racism with Ron Paul. I've been tracking on this issue through Current TV and specifically the news/commentary program called the Young Turks. Here's a link to Current TV Young Turks
    http://current.com/shows/the-young-turks/episodes/2011-12-21

    They cover a wide view on Ron Paul...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de_CSuJCsfY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRdUqh3oJr0&feature=fvsr

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCBrsOpJCmw&feature=relmfu

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de_CSuJCsfY

    They also had a video where the main Turks news guy goes on a rant on how good paul could be for the country but I cant find the video right now.
    and here is an interview with Wolf Blitzer and Paul and seems that Wolf supports Paul.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOiNpG9LNm8

    and here regarding the Mosque near the Twin Tower site in NYC. Clearly not supportive of racism towards Islam or Muslims in general..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wur6BH5i0so&feature=relmfu

    Here The Turks defind Paul towards the end of the tapehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cc19BkdN2Y

    and here is a nice explaination of Pauls ideals. What is all seems to come down to is that Paul believes that if we work our constitution and not usurp it by legalizing crimehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7G6x2xMkb8&feature=related

    and a discussion with Paul and the Turks on the economy well worth your time in understanding Pauls views on the economy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCBrsOpJCmw&feature=relmfu

    and here is Paul regarding gay marriage, He says it should be defined by individual religions, not the federal government because marriage is a religous issue and then a states issue, not a federal issue....so I would assume that if your religon permits marriage or your state permits it then you would be entitled to the federal benefits of marriage?https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=QGaBAb_oS84

    Raul on Dont ask Dont tell. He says it all comes down to individual rights.. and that behavoir in the military either heterosexual or homosexual if disruptive should be dealth with equally. I think he is partially right but the dont ask dont tell rule does not permit for homosexuals to express who they are freely as heterosexuals do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJnRkUJjazU&feature=related

    Oh MY. Where does the truth lie?
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    Post  Simplicity on Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:33 pm

    Iowa GOP moving vote-count to 'undisclosed location'
    By JONATHAN MARTIN |
    12/27/11 7:15 PM EST

    Threats to disrupt the Iowa Republican caucuses next week have prompted state GOP officials to move the vote tabulation to an "undisclosed location," POLITICO has learned.

    The state party has not yet told the campaigns exactly where the returns will be added up, only that it will be off-site from the Iowa GOP's Des Moines headquarters. The 2008 caucus results were tabulated at the state party offices, which sit just a few blocks from the state capitol.

    Activist groups including the Occupy movement have indicated that they'll attempt to interrupt rallies in the closing days before next Tuesday's caucuses.

    The AP reported today that Occupy is making plans to even attend some caucuses and vote "no preference," but not disturb the voting process.

    But Iowa Republicans are also bracing for other threats, sources say, including hacking.

    Iowa GOP Chair Matt Strawn wouldn't comment on the plan to move the vote-counting except to say they're increasing security measures.

    "The Iowa GOP is taking additional safeguards to ensure the Caucus results are tabulated and reported to the public in an accurate and timely manner," Strawn said. "We are not commenting on specific security procedures."

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    Post  orthodoxymoron on Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:49 am

    You gotta read 'A Foreign Policy of Freedom' by Ron Paul. He has been telling the truth about our demise for decades. All of this isn't new. It seems to me that the Solar System Secret Government runs the show in all countries throughout the solar system, and that even our American System is really just an illusion of a democracy and/or representative-republic. I've made it clear that I support the right kind of Central Solar System Governance, but that this whole subject is very dark, deep, and ancient. I know that I've been playing with fire, even though I have been relatively quiet and discrete. I just haven't known enough to really be loud and dogmatic. I still don't know enough. I have asked questions and provided a study-guide on 'The United States of the Solar System' thread, but there has been very little serious discussion -- going back to the original Project Avalon website. I'm trying settle down, and just devotionally research the territory I've already covered. Truth be known, The Young People Are Going to Save the World. I came to that conclusion when I attended a Ron Paul rally at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas in 2007. People like me have dropped the ball. We haven't done enough. I am rather pessimistic regarding America, but I am rather optimistic regarding The United States of the Solar System. Unfortunately, this might take the better part of this century to implement, and there might not be much left of the human race when it finally becomes a reality. I really do think that the human race might be on the brink of extinction, as sinners in the hands of angry gods and goddesses -- or as victims of our own selfishness, stupidity, and irresponsibility. I've tried to be light-hearted about all of this, but every day has been hell, and it's not getting any easier.
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    Post  Carol on Wed Dec 28, 2011 10:50 am

    good gad!

    What an excellent video!

    OWS should be parked in front of the Federal Reserve and Ben Shalom Bernanke, American economist, and the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States personal house. I don't understand how this man is allowed to walk the streets and isn't in prison.


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    Post  enemyofNWO on Wed Dec 28, 2011 10:53 am

    There is another possibility . There will not be a new president . A war could start in 3 months . Think about this possibility with all the Saber rattling going on !
    The US will try unilaterally to stop Iranian commerce in the Persian Gulf . This will be justly considered an act of WAR by Iran ……………
    I am convinced that the Obama administration must be stopped either legally or illegally otherwise will have a new world war to contend with …
    According to Cliff High , there is very little time to stop the Lunatics in the US administration . Now or never ….


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    To those who 'read signs and portents', the time is now. There is no more time after March to alter your future as it will be upon you. If you are going to do anything, now is all you have.


    Your destiny arrives in March. How shall you greet it? By hiding in fear holes, or by manifesting new potential, probability and outcome?

    The choice is, always, yours."

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    Post  Micjer on Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:21 pm

    Well Enemy it is possible. We know that Bush had a bill implemnented to keep the president on in times of a crisis.

    Wouldn't that be great if R Paul were to be nominated yet couldn't run.

    Argh
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    Post  Simplicity on Wed Dec 28, 2011 3:24 pm

    I totally expect something like that.

    They know their time is short.
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    Post  Carol on Wed Dec 28, 2011 9:59 pm

    I was just reading some at another forum where they were slandering him and big supporters of O.

    Who knows what is going to happen with all of this? Off the cuff there are a lot of powerful people who do not want Paul as president and will likely do whatever they can to make sure he is not elected. I've no idea who will make it past the guards at the gate. I just know it's time for something much better then what we continuously get saddled with. Look at this and tell me any of these other politicians supporting this bankrupting the American public deserve to remain in office.

    I watched Steve Keen earlier this evening and was staggered at some of the things he said on the Keiser Report.

    Quote - It's quite sobering to think that the UK’s private debt to GDP ratio is 950%, and the finance sector alone has a debt ratio of 600% of GDP. Our discussion starts at the 14 minute mark.


    Keiser Report on Russia Today's website
    Max Keiser & me & the UK’s 950% Debt to GDP Level
    http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/2011/12/23/max-keiser-me-the-uks-950-debt-to-gdp-level/

    http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/


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    Post  Micjer on Thu Dec 29, 2011 7:43 am

    Kent Sorenson, Bachmann’s Iowa chair, defects to Paul

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/post/kent-sorenson-bachmanns-iowa-chair-defects-to-paul/2011/12/28/gIQALSDPNP_blog.html


    Talk about fairweather friends. Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson (R), who was Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann’s state campaign chairman, endorsed Texas Rep. Ron Paul Wednesday night.

    At a rally in Des Moines, Sorenson told the crowd, “We’re going to take Ron Paul all the way to the White House.”

    He did not tell Bachmann of his decision until he was en route to the Paul rally, billed as an event for veterans.
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    Post  enemyofNWO on Fri Dec 30, 2011 3:20 am

    Ron Paul: Iowa Vote Fraud


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    Post  Simplicity on Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:48 am

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    Post  Owlsden on Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:53 am

    I Love Ron Paul "Baby Doll"!

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