Wow Cutler, that was full of fallacies and mistakes. So we can't learn anything from the past huh? Guess learning in 1920 that reducing the size and scope of government cures recessions faster than government stimulus has no bearing on today's economy, huh? And you might want to know that Jack Hunter opposed the Iraq War and other unconstitutional interventions just like Ron Paul does. And usually, the less the government "gets done" the better. The Citizens United decision is not what has corrupted the government. It is the unconstitutional relationship government has with business that does this. If the government would stay within its constitutional limits, we would not have to fear the government colluding with large corporations. Campaign contributions from corporations are a symptom, not a cause of our political situation.
Tim Brown: Yeah, I guess in order to be relevant, they should just become more Democrat-lite, right?
OK, I'm going to point out how ignorant you really are Ron. The south handled the issue of states rights by succeeding. They weren't prevented from doing this seeing as the Constitution did not prevent states from succeeding or give the Federal Government the authority to stop succession. Gee, an article by the New York Times supporting Climate Change theory? Say it ain't so. Climate change used to be global warming. It transformed to climate change so that those who want to enact bigger government could attribute any and all environmental abnormalities to it.
Wow, you know nothing Ron Liberte. What exactly doesn't correspond with regard to free market, pro civil liberty people and those who have faith? The part of the civil right act Ron Paul objects to is the part that deals with private property and personal discrimination (which we all do). And the overturning of Roe v. Wade would simply put abortion decisions back to the states. This is hardly an anti-woman position. Oh, and climate change is a myth built up by the left to justify greater government intrusion and further wealth confiscation. That's why it became "climate change" rather than "global warming."
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