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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Yes, I realize you are a nationalist and so all your basis of realities have to go back to that, but it proves nothing except you can't think beyond a box they created for you. Don't bother to think you won either when you didn't face any of my arguments. That is considered a failure for good reason.
    Well then, go on and take your case through the court systems that you believe have been illegitimate since the 1790s. I'm sure you'd find an interested ear. Until then, stop acting like a fool.
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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    About Obamacare. Is Louisiana more like Georgia than North Dakota ??
    My girl Heidi Heitkamp showed the way in defending Obamacare better than Obama. It takes a woman sometimes.
    And in your future home, it will take a village, grasshopper.
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    I think you may be right about Georgia, that is if there is a down right brawl for the nomination as I have heard 6 or 7 Representatives are going for Chambliss's seat. Jim Martin came close 6 years ago. It would take a conservative Democrat from the southern portion of Georgia to pull it off. John Barrow comes to mind as one who would have a decent chance. Jim Marshall is another, a Vietnam Vet who was defeated in 2010. Still he is a popular fellow.

    I also think your right about Pryor, Landrieu I am not so sure. She has the Obamacare gate still hanging around her neck. Obamacare is still mighty unpopular down here. Iowa should stay Democratic.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiddytree View Post
    Well then, go on and take your case through the court systems that you believe have been illegitimate since the 1790s. I'm sure you'd find an interested ear. Until then, stop acting like a fool.
    Again, no argument. You don't appear to be good at this. Good day.

    Btw, it might a good idea to understand how the system works if you are going to lean on it for your argument.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    About Obamacare. Is Louisiana more like Georgia than North Dakota ??
    My girl Heidi Heitkamp showed the way in defending Obamacare better than Obama. It takes a woman sometimes.
    And in your future home, it will take a village, grasshopper.
    Yes, much more like Georgia, but I think Lousiana has the better governor by a long shot. Heitkamp didn't pull a Landreau on Obamacare. Landreau and Nelson of Nebraska are the two most famous or infamous senators to vote for that bill. Far as I know both states are still fighting Obamacare although it is a losing battle. With Obamacare being fully implemented come January of 2014, I think that issue is one that will resurface with a perhaps vengence. It all depends if it is closer to what the Democrats said it would be or as bad as the GOP said it would be. Up till now, only the good parts have been implemented. Time will tell.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    Yes, much more like Georgia, but I think Lousiana has the better governor by a long shot. Heitkamp didn't pull a Landreau on Obamacare. Landreau and Nelson of Nebraska are the two most famous or infamous senators to vote for that bill. Far as I know both states are still fighting Obamacare although it is a losing battle. With Obamacare being fully implemented come January of 2014, I think that issue is one that will resurface with a perhaps vengence. It all depends if it is closer to what the Democrats said it would be or as bad as the GOP said it would be. Up till now, only the good parts have been implemented. Time will tell.
    Not really, some of the bad parts are already happening. One such example is a mandate that doctor offices and hospitals have certain equipment. I remember talking to a doctor that said he will have to deal with the debt of that equipment for decades to come and another that is closing his doors because of it. A mandate like that should raise the prices of service regardless.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    How about that Linc idea to have a Democratic convention in the summer of 2014 ??
    Especially since our voters are "ethnically challenged" as was recently farted by another republican.
    We may not live down 2010 in my lifetime, Pero.
    W. Virginia and N. Carolina don't look good for my team in the senate.
    Dems better start focusing on the local level and build up plenty of secret money like the pubes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    Yes, much more like Georgia, but I think Lousiana has the better governor by a long shot. Heitkamp didn't pull a Landreau on Obamacare. Landreau and Nelson of Nebraska are the two most famous or infamous senators to vote for that bill. Far as I know both states are still fighting Obamacare although it is a losing battle. With Obamacare being fully implemented come January of 2014, I think that issue is one that will resurface with a perhaps vengence. It all depends if it is closer to what the Democrats said it would be or as bad as the GOP said it would be. Up till now, only the good parts have been implemented. Time will tell.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    Come on the guy was probably 10 years old then.
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    No. Saying he wouldn't vote for the civil rights bills of 1965 were they offered today, is enough for me. Though there are certainly more reasons.
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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    I have ran into quite a lot of Libertarians in my time. If I had to make an off the cuff estimate of the percentage they make up in the total electorate, I would range them around 6-8%. Yet their candidate usually draws only around 2% of the total vote. Why is it most Libertarians do not vote for their own candidate? I am not a Libertarian, the only political party I ever belonged to was Ross Perot's Reform party and still claim it as my party. But I voted for Johnson and Brown in 2000 and 2004. Why don't those members of the Libertarian Party always seem to vote for someone else?
    It's the lesser of two evils quandry.
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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    1964 and like everyone else you are wrong due to not understanding property.
    I cannot improve on this:

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    All I have done is shown that you do not have a right to discriminate. Government declaration met with government force and societal toleration means whatever incredibly silly comment you have is utterly meaningless.
    So I quoted it for truth.

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    Re: Would you vote for Rand Paul for president?

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Not really, some of the bad parts are already happening. One such example is a mandate that doctor offices and hospitals have certain equipment. I remember talking to a doctor that said he will have to deal with the debt of that equipment for decades to come and another that is closing his doors because of it. A mandate like that should raise the prices of service regardless.
    That is probably the case, but for the average American he does not see what goes on behind the scenes of the doctors office. Still, there is much more bad to be implemented than good. I also heard that by 2015 that the U.S. will be short approximate 150,000 doctors and this stat was given prior to Obamacare which will increase patient work load. Not quite sure where I heard this, on the radio perhaps. Maybe you can address it.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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