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For the Long Haul

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Last Edited: January 1, 2008, 1:49 pm

You knew this was coming ...
The half-dozen or so of you who read my musings (not counting you nice folks in Langley, VASee Ya!) have probably figured out who I'm most likely to prefer this campaign season. There's only one person different from all the rest. You've probably also decided you wished I'd predict more pleasant things, too. Well, I assure you, it's even less fun being Cassandra.

Let it not be said no one cared. Let it not be said we did nothing.

What I really like is that this video mentions areas that I haven't covered here, because I thought the subjects were too esoteric.

It would take too many pages to cover the lyrics, so I'll give just the first 2 verses, and of course the video which links to other useful info.

Mitt Romney's a whore of the business class
And a Mormon who says that he supports abortion
Not for civil rights - wants to torture more
wants to double guantanamo with sodomy force
like freak Rudy Guiliani workin for Illuminati
he's a puppet of the banks and the real ruling party (Bilderberg)
he cleaned up the ground zero crime scene bombs
they let him run for president and the press applauds
he's a pro-war cross dresser womanizing gun-grabbin
nothin but a fake wanna make new wars happen
pushin for a biometric national id card
worse than the George Bush cokehead retard
Fred Thompson, who's Fred Thompson?
Another fake liar that keeps the world constant
John McCain holds on to fame
And he cheers the Iraq Vietnam that came
We need Ron Paul for the long haul
Cause he'll stop all the wars where the bombs fall
So it's Ron Paul, we gotta stand tall
Every other politician made the wrong call and passed the wrong laws
We need a long pause from the lies, thats why we need Ron Paul
We need truth like the border needs a strong wall
RonPaul2008.com, ya'll

Hillary Clinton is big-money pimpin
With the cash that the corporations goin insane
Cuz she's Bilderberg CFR pro-war s-c-u-m-bag
She's plannin on invading Iran we better run fast
Lady Clinton wanna manage a police state
Pan-American she bring death like cheesesteak
Barack Obama wanna bomb Iran
But he pretends he's an anti-war kinda man
Hasn't said a damn thing about the Patriot Act
Or the fact that most people live in one-room shacks
Or the fact that our economy's about to collapse
And the fact that most whites won't vote for a black
And besides, he's a gun-control free-trade pro-tax
War promoting shill takes AIPAC kick-backs
Like John Edwards a tool of the Israeli war-crime
clean-break murder while they act surprised
We need Ron Paul, for the long haul.
Cuz he'll stop all the wars where the bombs fall
So it's Ron Paul, we gotta stand tall
Every other politician made the wrong call
Passed the wrong laws, we need a long pause
From the lies, thats why we need Ron Paul
We need truth like the border needs a strong wall
RonPaul2008.com, ya'll

 

Entry #47

Comments

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justxploringComment by justxploring - January 1, 2008, 3:40 pm
Sometimes we need to step back and look at a candidate's life, who his friends are, and the subtle hints of character flaws that let us know if this person will serve to represent America well.

Ron Paul scares me, much more than Bush. Hitler used promises of a VW in every driveway during times when the German people were struggling and were eager for new direction.

Mr. Paul has often used racist remarks and is anti-Semitic. Now that he is running for the highest office, he is trying to evade public scrutiny and attract the very people he calls "criminals" and "evil." We nee to look beyond his promises to change taxes and rid America of its oppressionist government.   The language he uses reprehensible and dangerous. When people want change they do stupid things in their desperation and someone like Ron Paul is hoping that the worse things get, the more people will agree with his views. After all, we need someone to blame for our troubles. So why not the "fleet-footing Blacks" and the "evil Zionists" that conspire to ruin our country.

The so-called "fair tax" is supposed to help, when in fact it will hurt the everyday worker earning $35 to $75,000. What about the people who have saved and saved for years and want to buy their first car, their first home, furniture, etc? How "Fair" is it to penalize them while rewarding the rich who already own everything anyway? One thing I have to give Mr. Paul credit for (no pun intended) is his plan to form this cult of people who are sick & tired of being screwed by their own government. He's right in that assumption. We certainly are. But this so-called "fair" tax will benefit the wealthy and the large corporations much more than the middle class. The poor will pay nothing too, but then they can't afford to buy too much anyway. In the end, the middle class will be stuck footing the bill for everyone.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - January 1, 2008, 4:16 pm
By the way, time*treat, this was a great video! Thanks. Sorry I went on a bit earlier when I posted. I don't know why I write a sentence and then words disappear. I must think I see words that arein my head, but then don't type them. But most of my point got across. Anyway, I just find it funny and ironic that that I listened to a hip hop rap (sorry, I'm not cool so I don't know what to call it) when the candidate it is promoting writes such things as "I think we can safely assume that 95 percent of the black males in that city (Washington DC) are semi-criminal or entirely criminal." or "If you have ever been robbed by a black teen-aged male, you know how unbelievably fleet-footed they can be." (referring to crime in Los Angeles) he also wrote " "Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5 percent of blacks have sensible political opinions" These are quotes, not my words.

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time*treatComment by time*treat - January 1, 2008, 5:40 pm
Of course, there is no reason to let current positive reception among people of all races get in the way of 15 year-old statements made by other people in his name. That's why I linked to the home page, which has a section called "Issues". While Dr. Paul has not promised me a VW, he is against the same intrusions I am. The comparison to Hitler (who confiscated the guns and instituted national ID) is interesting. Paul opposes both. Most other candidates support one or both. That's enough, in itself. ALL the other candidates have promised MORE gov't, an expanded war, fewer citizen rights, and full-speed ahead participation in the WTO (I'm planning on writing about that separately). If you prefer another candidate, feel free to extol their virtues in your blog. I find their policies lacking in areas critical to my well-being.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - January 1, 2008, 6:20 pm
Sorry - I won't post again here on this subject, time*treat. (He doesn't have a chance anyway.)ader I will say, however, that I find it convenient for a politician to keep blaming others for making statements on his behalf. Also, if the past isn't something we should be looking at when someone is running for office, why are so many people bringing up things from the Clinton administration and criticizing Hillary?   BTW, I find all the politicians lacking, so that's something we agree on. :-)
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ToadSchmodeComment by ToadSchmode - January 2, 2008, 4:50 pm
As the election draws nearer, more attacks on Paul will be done to try and discredit him. But the facts remain "Facts" Paul is the only Rep to vote against the war and even more important he was the only Rep to vote against the Patriot Act. On both of these issues we currently have a whole bunch of other politicians on both sides who claim "I really didn't know what i was voting on" or "I didn't read it before i voted on it" they're saying this to cover their a$$, yet they do nothing to repeal it or stop it! In fact they continue to support it by continuing to fund it.
When a candidate raises $6 mil in one day from $50 - $100 donations , they not only have a chance, they have a good chance. I'd like to see the Paul machine keep growing.
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time*treatComment by time*treat - January 4, 2008, 7:45 am
Jxp, the "fair-tax" is a proposal by "Tax Hike" Mike Huckabee, not Ron Paul.

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