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January 14, 2008

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amerakita

GO RON PAUL! Hey I think people are figuring out that Ron Paul is the only Rebulican Conservative Canidate. SSHHHH!!
And the only canidate that is being surpressed by BIG Government Corporations to the point of even committing fraudulant vote counts!! SHAME SHAME SSSHHHHH! Dont tell the american peoples!

schlep

I don't know anything about politics, I just like putting Ron Paul's name on things. Ron Paul! Ron Paul! (I did it again!)

Krys O.

Damn! I thought that this was a press release about Ron Paul carrying a fetus to term to illustrate his anti-abortion stance. Ripoff!

bartleby

clearly you are part of the conspiracy

Frederick Paxson

FRED THOMPSON is the best person to lead this country. He is a true conservative and has been his entire life. All one has to do is check his record to see this.

During my time in the Army as an Intelligence Analyst, I served under both Presidents Carter and Reagan (as my commanders in chief). Without argument, President Reagan was the best commander-in-chief a military person could ever have served under. Fred Thompson possesses the same qualities and vision as President Reagan in that he is strong on national defense and sees a dire need to secure our borders and control immigration.

I can think of no better person to lead this country and fix the problems we have. He is the only candidate from either party who has specific and detailed plans on border security and immigration reform; revitalization of America’s armed forces; saving and protecting Social Security; and tax relief and economic growth. These are detailed on his Web site at www.fred08.com . I challenge you to find any other candidate who has laid out specific plans to fix anything.

Fred Thompson has published his first principles, some of which are mentioned above. In addition to those, he strongly believes in individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government, federalism, traditional American values, the rule of law and is a strong proponent of the Second Amendment — all concepts established during the birth of our country and documented in our Constitution.

Again, try to find any candidate who has laid out their plans to “fix” this country. You will find they all speak in vague and abstract terms on their plans.

For those who have heard Fred Thompson speak, you will usually hear him say that the Fred Thompson you see today is the same Fred Thompson you saw yesterday and is the same Fred Thompson you will see tomorrow. He stands by his principles and values and doesn’t shift his positions based on polls or public opinion; in other words, he doesn’t say what the voters want to hear just to get elected, but remains steadfast on his views and convictions.

During his time in the Senate he focused on three areas: to lower taxes, strengthen national security and expose waste in the federal government. Fred Thompson has foreign policy experience, having served as member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Senate Intelligence committees.

As chairman of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, he opened the investigation in 1997 on the Chinese government’s attempt to influence American policies and elections, and this investigation identified connections with the Clinton administration (documented in the committee’s report).

As a member of the Finance Committee, he worked tirelessly to enact three major tax-cut bills. Fred Thompson remains steadfast and even though a person may not agree with all his views and he understands some may disagree with him, you can count on him to be consistent and unwavering.

Don’t be fooled by his laid back approach and what critics call his “laziness.” As a former assistant U.S. attorney, he earned a reputation as a tough prosecutor and he possesses the toughness this country needs in order to tackle today’s and tomorrow’s issues.

I ask that you take a hard look at what this country needs, then take a hard look at all the other candidates’ views, policies, their records and their track record on consistency. Fred Thompson possesses integrity, loyalty, commitment, energy and decisiveness, all traits of an effective leader, and will emerge as the best person to take this country boldly forward.

Please help Fred win in 2008:
https://www.fred08.com/contribute.aspx?RefererID=c637caaa-315c-4b4c-9967-08d864cd0791

Robert

Fred seems to be a nice guy -- and a conservative -- no doubt about it.

But I'm sticking with Ron Paul.

Yes, I liked Reagan, but what we need is someone to out-Reagan Reagan!

Ron Paul is the only candidate who has a clear, Constitution-based vision to do that. On top of that, he is honest, principled, humble and sincere. If you have not researched Ron Paul, I urge you to do so! ronpaul2008.org

Thanks so much.

Texas Prairie Chicken

I live in Texas, and we see a lot of Ron Paul support down here. Sometimes I'm captivated by what he suggests--getting rid of the World Bank and IMF, immediate withdrawal from the Middle East quagmire. I can think of many reasons that I might want to get rid of the IRS, but then how do we, for example, fund the upkeep of the interstate highway system? I don't want to drive on potholes, or have more bridges collapse into the river. And for all the times I stop and say, "y'know, Ron Paul kinda makes sense," sometimes I think the man is batshit crazy when he refers to things such as "the irrationality of the Middle East mindset." If a nation more powerful than ours was illegally occupying our country and randomly inflicting violence and death--upon the "guilty" or the innocent--I wonder how "irrational" of a response I might choose to undertake in that situation, like self-defense, for example. I think Ron Paul has some good ideas, but for me he also comes with some pretty heavy baggage that I'm not prepared to tote.

BTW, I saw a Ron Paul billboard the other day...in the movie Slacker. Pretty cool.

blakmira

Well, isn't that strange. Why wouldn't this Garnick fellow want to take a picture of his baby with the only DOCTOR among the presidential candidates who actually delivered over 4,000 babies??

Then again, it makes just as much sense as people's logic who dismiss Dr. Ron Paul as a real contender. Oh, he's a contender all right! And our support is growing every day!

We will March on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan 21! Civil rights for all! Vote Ron Paul!

blakmira

Dear Texas Prairie Chicken,
State taxes and gasoline taxes is what pays for interstate highways, potholes, bridges, etc. The income tax out of your paycheck in no way pays for those things.

In 2004, 2.5 million people quit filing income tax, and I'm sure that number has tripled by now, and some 3.1 million people had stopped sending in money with their returns. After Ron Paul does some budget cutting in the government, the income tax taken from people's paychecks won't even be missed.

You should watch "Freedom to Fascism" (free on google or you can order) if you want to know what the IRS is really about.

Ron Paul is the only candidate that voted against the Patriot Act, which allows warrantless search and seizures, wiretapping of any citizen. He also voted against the National ID card which will contain more information in a microchip than a fingerprint and is basically a homing device. (check these out on wikipedia)

I think Ron Paul is a genius in economics and foreign policy, and as a doctor he understands health care. You might want to check out his 2 new books:
A Foreign Policy of Freedom and Pillars of Prosperity.

Thank you for considering this fine man for president. He is the best choice all around.

Joseph Elmhurst

That's right, Ron Paul's a real racist conservative.

Yeah yeah yeah, he says he wasn't aware of what was being published in his name for, like, 30 years. That's just the sort of cognizance good presidential types have.

Alan

Please don't buy this "Ron Paul is a racist" BS.

Here's what the the president of the Austin,TX NAACP, who has known Dr. Paul for 20 years had to say about it
http://infowars.com/articles/us/ron_paul_naacp_president_rp_not_racist.htm

listen to the interview if you want

it's a smear job to say he's racist

Seriously though, this country is in dire straights financially. Ron Paul is the only candidate who gets this.

Lifelong Democrat

I am a lifelong Democrat, but I would vote for Ron Paul.

Rix

Army Intelligence Analyst? Joseph Newirth wrote,"Modern individuals often enter analysis because of a feeling of hollowness--a deadened absence of aliveness, meaninglessness, and a sense of being alone in a world that seems otherwise exciting, engaging, and alive."

K

OK Paultards and FredBots, listen up!

Well some people run for President,
they get called Assholes.
This never happened to Bill Clinton.

The girls would turn the
colour of a juicy avocado,
When he would drive down their
street in his motorcade.

He could walk down your street,
the girls could not resist his stare.
So Bill Clinton was never called an Asshole.
Not like you.

Swinging in the White House,
polishing his big log,
Clinton's feeling better now,
hanging by her finger nails.

Well she was only 5'3,
that girl could not resist his stare.
But Bill Clinton never got called an asshole.
Not in New York!
WOW!

Swinging in the White House,
polishing his big log,
Clinton's feeling better now,
hanging by her finger nails.

ron paul ridiculous

"I think we can safely assume that 95 percent of the black males in that city [Washington DC] are semi-criminal or entirely criminal." -- Ron Paul, 1992.

alex jones and other halfbaked dramaheads like to make all the flaws in Ron Paul's campaign out to be constructions on the part of The Establishment, but here, in his own words, he actually is just a crazy idiot.

Listener J. Biden

Wait a minute. I spent a considerable amount of time in New Hampshire. Are you saying I'm creepy?

e

paul also wants to change the 14th amendment to keep brown people from becoming citizens. what a constitutionalist!

spaceboy

GO RON PAUL!

Janey Yonkers

Did anyone even notice that this post was about Darren Garnick's photo project?

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