Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Are you going to waste your vote on evil?
Submitted By admin on 08/11/13
Aubrey Falconer, ron paul, voting, usa 

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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/13 - 0:07 GMT
I understand that this is an old post, but since Ron Paul is trying to run for President again, I have to comment.
 
Before I continue, I want it to be clear that I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. I am an Independent person who believes that our rights should not be taken away unjustly and that the Constitution was made under the rights of God.
 
I believe that our four fathers are great hero's of our great country, " The United State's of America ", for they are the one's who helped shape this great nation. I believe that every American citizen deserves the right to say whatever they want, for it is their opinion.
 
The most important people that we should always remember are George Washington and Abraham Lincoln for  their great leadership. George Washington was head genreal of the continental army ( America ) and showed his great leadership by fighting against the Brittish so America could be independent and no longer have colonies.
 
At Valley Forge, a lot of his men were going to go back home, for their time in serving in the army was up. Because of those brutal times, George Washington went up to everyone of those men and asked of they could stay longer, and fight. Not one single man left that day. They stayed and fought.
 
Abraham Lincoln, a reader since his childhood days, a shopkeep in his 20's, a Lawyer, and one of the greatest President's on the face of this Earth. This man had to see his mother, Mary Hanks die when he was a young child, he had to see his father, Thomas Lincoln have to much to drink.
 
He had lived in a few different places growing up and did and seen many things as well. He also, fought in a war. This war is never really told, but he fought against Indians. The name was " The Black Hawk War " and he was selected by many people to be Captain. He then went to be a Private.
 
He has written the most famous speech in American history known as " The Gettysburg Address. " It was read on the Gettysburg battlefield which was dedicated as a cemetary for all the soldiers who died in the battle, on November 19, 1863.
 
Read it and read it again. Read those great words from a True American Hero.
 
This man, Abraham Lincoln, seen 2 of his sons die. This man, Abraham Lincoln, was very depressed during the Civil War, but yet he did everything in his power to make sure that our country stays UNITED and not DIVIDED. So, did those men and women who fought in the Civil War.
 
Over 400 women disguised themselves as either a Union or Confederate soldier and what did they fight for? Why did they fight? They fought for what they believed in, they fought for what they thought was right. They fought for what they loved so dear. Their homes, their families, and their rights.
 
So, did the thousands of men. They all seen someone die and they are ALL considered hero's.
 
In the Constitution it says " We The People ". We The People should be able to express their opinion and say what they think is right. Yes, they do, but we American citizens are for some reason though liars.
 
Why? Everyone who first came to America, were not American's because, there was no America at that time. They were Europeans and Indians. They are the one's who built America. Everyone here in America were all have many different ethnic cultures and yet, for some reason many people in many countries hate us.
 
That's like saying you hate your own people! Why do you hate your own people? I understand, not everything here is right, and not everything in other countries are right, but why do we hate?
 
We The People, all have ancestors who have built this great nation.
 
We The People, all have ancestors who have fought in wars.
 
 " Let us turn this government back into the channel in which the framers of the Constitution orignially placed it. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" I have bourne a laborious, and, in some respects to myself, a painful part in the Contest. Through all, I have neither assailed, nor wrestled any part of the Constitution. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" Don't interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the safeguard of our liberties. And not to Democrats alone do I make this appeal, but to all who love these great and true principles. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" Our government rests in public opinion. Whoever can change public opinion, can change government, practically so much. " ~Abraham Lincoln
 
 " Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed, is more important than any other one thing. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" I expect to maintain this contest until successful, or till I die, or am conquered, or my term expires, or Congress or country forsaken me... " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" Four score and seven years ago our four fathers brought forth to this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposistion that all men are created equal. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" The world has never had a good definition of the word liberty, and the American people, just now, are in much want of one. We all declare for liberty; but in using the same word we do not mean the same thing. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
 " In very truth he was, the noblest work of God -- an honest man. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" Let us at all times remember that all American citizens are brothers of a common country, and should dwell together in the bonds of fraternal feeling. " ~ Abraham Lincoln
 
" I shall not be deprived ...  of a comfort in the worst event, if I retain a consciousness of acted to the best of my judgement." ~ George Washington
 
 There are many more quotes from both of these men, and I highly suggest they be read.
 
WE THE PEOPLE, are free.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/01/13 - 1:10 GMT
I am voting for Obama...well if I could vote...
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/13 - 1:27 GMT
I don't know who would be good for office anymore. Im convinced that maybe Ron Paul is... idk yet
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 days - 26,111v
Posted 2012/01/13 - 5:09 GMT
Obama for me, just saying. ;) Nice post, Aubrey! :)
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/13 - 12:48 GMT
:) lol thats good. Im gonna keep watching to see if Obama is gonna do something better for once though.
 
I was a democrat, but since this whole campaign going on and the troubles our country is already facing, I didn't know anymore.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/21 - 22:05 GMT
Although I am no American citizen, I have done research on all candidates and find Dr. Paul to be the best choice among the others.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/22 - 8:36 GMT
His foreign policy is quite debatable.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/25 - 22:43 GMT
I have decided that I want Obama for President again. I watched his state of the union speech last night and that goes to show what the republicans were doing to our country.
 
I am now a Democrat again. :) I was Independent.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/26 - 0:37 GMT
EDIT: I removed what I said because I don't want to share my political views here. You can still check out the video links, though.
 
Eric
 
 
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/27 - 21:35 GMT
Removed comment
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/27 - 22:41 GMT
Removed. I don't want to share my political views here.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/01/27 - 23:14 GMT
 
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
4 days - 13,245v
Posted 2012/01/28 - 5:44 GMT
Ok
 
I guess I should do the same as well. It looks like im yelling at myself. o_0
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/01/30 - 14:48 GMT
I always yell at myself.
 
You guys should vote in this order numerical order
  1. green party
  2. That guy who runs every year and is a Ind. For got his name though...
  3. Ind.
  4. Democrat
I don't know about you guys,  but here in America, we fricken occupy stuff until we get what we want! We also debate on who should be president.
~pocketMAD
P.S. Tis true, I am a "greenie." No not a hippy. If any form of labor, I am a libertarian. What would you want? A bunch of people chained to a tree? Or some greenie coming with buisness-and-earth-friendly idea? Yeah...that's right!
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/02/21 - 22:39 GMT
coming from r/circlejerk, this is probably the funniest post i have seen on the whole site. LOL 
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/02/22 - 0:40 GMT
lol!
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 weeks - 32,767v
Posted 2012/03/01 - 20:16 GMT
Ron Paul for personal freedom and truth.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/03/04 - 5:49 GMT
Seriously? Ron Paul? He looks like that "American Government" type of guy. BLEH! I want some chocolate!
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
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Posted 2012/03/05 - 12:10 GMT
They're all capitalist pigs in America! :P
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/03/05 - 23:27 GMT
Heh heh england ain't doing good either. In fact, they're in worse condition.
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Re: Ron Paul for President - a Vote Not Wasted
3 days - 10,293v
Posted 2012/04/05 - 23:08 GMT
I may not be an American citizen at the moment, but ther eis a good chance I will be within the next ten years. I had lost hope of all politics and then I stumble upon this guy. Such a sad thing that self intrest groups influence our media so much that his message is not fairly distributed. Ron Paul, you make common sense, and consider that you've won the elections in the future (yep, in 10 years the main voters will be the current "young" poeple). 


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