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  • cjppjc
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    Re: The purity of Ron Paul

    Originally posted by D-Mack View Post
    I think PBS did Kucinich and Ron Paul during the primary/election phase

    http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/01042008/watch2.html

    Yes they both got on conventional tv as well back then. Paul more than Kucinich.

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  • D-Mack
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    Re: The purity of Ron Paul

    Originally posted by cjppjc View Post
    Well I don't think anybody here ever said Dr. Paul doesn't know what he's talking about. PBS or Comedy Central should do a 20 minute interview. Those are the only outlets I can imagine him appearing on.
    I think PBS did Kucinich and Ron Paul during the primary/election phase

    http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/01042008/watch2.html

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  • cjppjc
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    Re: The purity of Ron Paul

    Originally posted by babbittd View Post
    May 16, 2000 on the floor of the House...



    November 13, 2000:



    December 4 2000

    Well I don't think anybody here ever said Dr. Paul doesn't know what he's talking about. PBS or Comedy Central should do a 20 minute interview. Those are the only outlets I can imagine him appearing on.

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  • Slimprofits
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    May 16, 2000 on the floor of the House...

    The issuer of a reserve currency-in the case the United States-has greater latitude for inflating and can tolerate a current account deficit for much longer periods of time than other countries not enjoying the same benefit. But economic law, although at times it may seem lax, is ruthless in always demanding that economic imbalances arising from abuse of economic principles be rectified. In spite of the benefits that reserve currency countries enjoy, financial bubbles still occur and their prolongation, for whatever reason, only means the inevitable adjustment, when it comes, is more harsh.
    November 13, 2000:

    Even in the midst of our great imaginary budgetary surpluses, there has been no effort to cut. Once the economy tends to slow and more problems are apparent, expenditures are going to soar not only because of future problems but because of the new programs recently initiated. A huge financial bubble has been created by the GSEs, such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The $33 billion of shareholder equities in these two organizations has been leveraged into $1.07 trillion worth of assets- a bubble waiting to be pricked. The Congress has reacted to all these events irresponsibly by increasing spending, increasing tax revenues, doing nothing to reduce regulations, and being totally apathetic toward the dollar and monetary policy. We in the Congress have a moral and constitutional obligation to protect the value of the dollar and to understand why it is so important to the economy that a central bank not be given the unbelievable power of inflating a currency at will and pretending that it knows how to find tune an economy through this counterfeit system of money.
    December 4 2000

    Mr. Speaker, more and more people now are talking about an oncoming recession. I tend to agree. I think we are moving into a recession, and for good reasons. But already the question that comes up so often among politicians is, who will get blamed? Will the current President be blamed for the recession or will the next President be blamed? Will the current Congress be blamed for the recession or the next Congress?

    I do not believe either should be blamed. I think we should deal with the real cause of the business cycle, and that is the Federal Reserve system. The FederalReserve system causes and brings about a boom period in a cycle, but it also brings about the bust. Because the bust, the correction, is inevitable consequence of the boom caused by unduly inflating the money supply.

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  • ricket
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    Re: The purity of Ron Paul

    Originally posted by grapejelly View Post
    TMI!! TMI!! TOS Violation!
    LOL he fixed it...but you repeated it, so it stuck around...

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  • grapejelly
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    Originally posted by marvenger View Post
    I just had an orgasm, that was awesome, and I don't even like austrians.
    TMI!! TMI!! TOS Violation!

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  • swgprop
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    Originally posted by flintlock View Post
    Ron Paul is great. Why can't more politicians be like that?
    Because of the rest, 53% haven't a clue what the Federal Reserve does and 44% depend on the status quo for reelection $.

    (Percentages entirely fabricated for demonstration purposes only)

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  • marvenger
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    I just had an eruption of joy, that was awesome, and I don't even like austrians.
    Last edited by marvenger; 07-23-09, 09:58 AM. Reason: TMI according to TOS

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  • flintlock
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    Ron Paul is great. Why can't more politicians be like that?

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  • goadam1
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    Yes. I love when he called Bruno a "queer." Good sport.

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  • blazespinnaker
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    The purity of Ron Paul

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSRvnXtrmtE

    I think if anyone truly captures the classic american spirit, it's Ron Paul.
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