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Filling in the gaps in the slave trade

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« on: January 23, 2012, 11:30:00 am »


Apparently, you are missing something, mainly that Ron Paul is not going for the Libertarian nomination, but the Republican nomination. Also, he has also been elected to the House numerous times as a Republican.  So, by supporting him, you are supporting the Republican Party.


Ron Paul is staying in the Republican Party cuz Americans would rather vote for the 2 Bilderberg Parties and have their vote "count" even tho the 2 parties constantly betray them rather than vote for a 3rd party that actually represents them.  America could have voted for Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party back in 2008 and we would be 4th year into an economic recovery after ENDing the FED.  Instead 64% of the vote went to the 2 Globalist parties.  Even tho things are much more worse since 2000 since Bush and Obama were in.  A majority of Americans will still keep voting for 2 party oligarchy, and be losing their jobs and their homes before voting for a 3rd party.

Ron Paul has to stay in with the Republicans cuz Americans will just vote for the next Bilderberg puppet if Newt, or Mitt get the selected.

I hope if comes down to it, he'll run independent, but given the fact that most people can make the Globalist connection now with the other Republican and Democrat shills Ron Paul should get the nomination easily.  If not the Libertarian and Constitution Parties are standing by.





Ron Paul is actually taking up the JFK mantle much to the dismay of Democrats.

Really?  Then why is he against any program  (Social Security, Medicare, Welfare, food stamps, unemployment benefits, the minimum wage) that help economically disadvantaged people?

Also, you posted a clip from an African-American's opinion on the political race.  When have all the people of a single race ever been of the same opinion?  I don't know any African-Americans that support Ron Paul. What is the point of even posting that?  To say that just cause one person supports him, the rest of us should fall in line?

Point is, the Republicans haven't done anything for the black race since Lincoln. Anyone who thinks differently should do some research on it. Start with the Willie Horton ads and work your way back. Or just look at Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina.
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