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I thought just maybe this one was different

Cynical...opportunist...hypocrite. Sad. The Party seriously has nothing the even comes close to leadership or standard bearing: http://m.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2015/0111/With-eye-on-2016-Rand-Paul-tries-to-block-US-aid-to-Pa...
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Re: I thought just maybe this one was different

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Re: I thought just maybe this one was different

The Zionist controllers aren't going to like this kind of populist chatter. They want, strike that, demand a Jeb Billary tool at the end of their strings. So who is going to win this "civil" war? The fascists, or the Tea Party/Warren populists?

Just remember a quote from a dictator who called himself Stalin, " It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything."

And this one: " Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas."
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Re: I thought just maybe this one was different

He actually wants to be president , so he sold himself to the Zionist controllers. Another one bites the dust.

It's very hard to say "No" to "Mr. Big". Smiley Sad
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Re: I thought just maybe this one was different

Probably just a cynical act as he prepares to go to Vegas and kiss Sheldon's ring for some cash.

 

BTW, much talk about the collapse of Macau gaming revenue but Sheldon's pockets are deep (
some se it as evidence of more tightening in China than the official states indicate). Anyway, I've always maintained that there isn't a sweeter way to launder money into US elections- casinos are good, casinos in a murky offshore jurisdiction much better. In which case the state of his empire is moot assuming the front doesn't go belly up.

 

Also true of a not publicly listed petro empire, particularly after you've called your favor with the Chief Justice so that he'll leave the gate open.

 

Anyway, I've always had some questions about Rand. He hits the right note sometimes but in the neoconfederate wing of the libertarian wing it is about liberty for some. His Dad had it a lot easier, being in a quirky district in S. Texas that just liked him. Tougher line to walk when you're representing Ollieland in the Senate.

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Re: I thought just maybe this one was different

I don`t think it`s unreasonable to cut aid to Palestine until they accept a cease fire and recognize Israel as a state.  Also how do we know that Hezbollah doesn`t end up with a portion of the aid to shell Israel?

 

I understand that some would just as soon see Israel blown off the map, the whole country is about the size of New Jersey, for pete sakes.

 

But there is no way that a serious presidential contender can deny that.   Ron Paul pulled it off by saying "no foreign aid for anyone ...period.  And just let Israel be Israel" ...that would be okay with me, but I`m kind of quirky.  The thing is "everybody`s a libertarian until the buildings come falling down" , then the masses demand that "something be done", that`s just the world we live in. 

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Atleast you are consistent.

 

You mentioned that your hay customer was a democrat.

 

Do you normally ask before selling hay or wood ones' political affiliation ?