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  • May 28, 2007 at 12:14 am
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    I must say though, he is still very much a cornucopian. He either doesn’t see the whole picture or he is a fraud too. He is justifying the breakdown of the system, through appearing to do something with the problem.

    But of course promising 0 taxes is going to make him victorious. From what I understand taxes is about the number 1 issue for people in the US.

  • May 28, 2007 at 1:29 am
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    I don’t know of any politician that isn’t a cornucopian. My guess is he doesn’t understand the whole picture, and even if he did, he’d never be allowed to run if he stated it publically. I doubt very much he’ll even be on the ticket. I think his exposure right now is being done deliberately and with purpose to distract and divide the other candidates. This is a process done with an exacting science and has happened before.

    Ron Paul is the only candidate that is at least stating that a real Constitutional government is desperately needed. And he’s also saying that our foreign intervention must stop. He’s the only one with a lick of common sense.

    The zero tax claim won’t get him elected, not even close. Americans want taxes and they know it. They will be very much afraid of someone that claims that no taxes are needed (they’re not, but most Americans don’t understand why). They want bigger and better social welfare systems and safety nets. They still believe that the government should take care of them. Idiotic, I know.

    They just want lower taxes and taxes fairly applied to the rich as well as to the poor and middle class.

    Ron Paul would make a great president, one of, if not “the” best in a very long time (we’re talking centuries here), but I think he stands a snowball’s chance in hell of being elected. Our election system is grossly unfair, rigged and orchestrated to a very high degree. The past two elections have proven this, as have the thousands and thousands of news stories on how this is done.

    Our next election won’t be fair, and the candidate that “wins” will already have been pre-selected long before the voters “vote”. That’s why I call it (s)election, it’s already a done deal. See this recent article (May 24th) The Future Of America Has Been Stolen.

    Our government is in serious crisis and there is a real need to dismantle the entire thing and start over. Abolishing the IRS wouldn’t “do it”, its only the barest of beginnings of what is really needed. We need to abolish the entire federal (and probably most state) government and rebuild it from the ground up. Career politicians should be illegal. Lobbyists should be jailed. Exempt Congressmen from taxation and laws should be immediately thrown out of office.

    The sad fact is, reform from within is NEVER going to happen. This is the lie that is being shoved down everyone’s throat again and again and it NEVER happens. You can’t expect the foxes to mind the chicken house, they will undoubtedly help themselves to whatever the hell they want. The lack of accountability, responsibility, integrity and openness in this country is absolutely appalling. The only thing that is more appalling then this is how tens of millions continue to fall for the same lies every single election cycle. It’s mind boggling.

    NO government can withstand such excesses and survive intact when the entire legislative, judicial and executive is corrupt through and through. What we have today is a sham government that isn’t even remotely lawful. Al Gore recently declared that Bush has been breaking the law for six straight years, this comment got him a lot of press coverage. The reality is, our entire government has been breaking the laws for over 200 years. A close examination of the real history of America will prove this a thousand times over.

    I could go on and on, I’m just trying to convey that politicians are not the answer, can never be the answer and will never actually serve to the will of the people. Government from afar is a stupid, bad idea. There are too many factors that limit their efforts, their integrity, their honesty and their opportunities. They almost always take the low road, the path of least resistance, except of course, when greed takes over and they attack and invade another country and send millions to their deaths. This happens with alarming frequency in this country.

    I’d better shut up now.

  • May 29, 2007 at 12:41 pm
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    The very same people who would desire and crave power over others (aka would-be politicians, corporate types, etc) are, by definition, the least capable and least desirable people to put into positions of power.
    They are, clinically speaking, sociopathic, and self-selecting ones at that. Read “The Sociopath Next Door” to understand why.

    Oddly enough, enlightened men throughout history (Plato, Lord Acton, our country’s founding fathers) always understood this simple fact.

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