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Post by dsmbaptist on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:00 pm



http://www.dailypaul.com/node/142426

STICKY, STICKY! SOMEONE WAKE UP SWIFTY AND GET HIM TO STICKY THIS!!!!

Anyway...


And this is from the OFFICAL "Mouthpiece" of Ron Paul, "The Daily Paul", so it is legit!



Ron Paul WILL Run For President in 2012 - Report from Florida Liberty Summit


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Start saving your money!
Ron Paul is planning to run against Obama in 2012, this is a tip from an insider known as "The Collins," a hard core activist with connections to the Pauls.
The Collins is definitely trying to cause a ruckus, but this tip was confirmed over the weekend at the Florida Liberty Summit in Orlando.
http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=257221
Start getting involved in your local GOP
Start building your contact lists
Start working your precincts
Start going door to door
Ron Paul WILL BE running in 2012!
(barring any unforeseen circumstances)
You heard it here first, and you heard it from me
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Post by swiftfoxmark2 on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:03 pm

The time is rip for such a man as Ron Paul, much like it was for Reagan during the Carter administration.

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Post by dsmbaptist on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:10 pm

Not to direct my worship of God towards a mere man, none the less this news has me singing some praise tunes:



(We need to copy the "Pixie" and "runamuck" emoticons here!)

But for now this one will have to do>>>
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Post by dsmbaptist on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:23 pm

And on a secular note:


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Post by dsmbaptist on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:49 pm

And this one goes out to Barry Sortoro, AKA Barack H. Obama!



Don't let the screen door hit you in the arse on yer way out!

Oh, and be a pal, and can you take some neocons out with you? Thanks!
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Post by dsmbaptist on Tue Aug 17, 2010 10:57 pm

swiftfoxmark2 wrote:The time is ripe for such a man as Ron Paul, much like it was for Reagan during the Carter administration.

And let's pray that once he's in office, that Ron Paul will not abandon libertarian principles like Ronald Reagan or Rand "Absolom" Paul did!
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Post by imaginethat on Wed Aug 18, 2010 12:02 am

OMG, this is terrible news. Don't Paul and the Witnesses realize that this could just about guarantee the defeat of the neocon ... er, I mean, GOP candidate in 2012, and give us four more years of Barry?????

Didn't you RuPaulian acolytes, who worship every word that Paul utters from his piehole, learn anything in 2008.??????? When willl you people learn to support the lesser of two evils?????? Don't you know what is best for the country???????????

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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 12:18 am

Hey! Who let Charbidis/Tatulip/C J Elephant/BH MASON/TBA/Nocturnal/Starry Night Dave/Streetsoldier/ (Pick one) in here!!!!









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Post by Cacophonous on Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:34 am

imaginethat wrote:OMG, this is terrible news. Don't Paul and the Witnesses realize that this could just about guarantee the defeat of the neocon ... er, I mean, GOP candidate in 2012, and give us four more years of Barry?????

Didn't you RuPaulian acolytes, who worship every word that Paul utters from his piehole, learn anything in 2008.??????? When willl you people learn to support the lesser of two evils?????? Don't you know what is best for the country???????????

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Post by swiftfoxmark2 on Wed Aug 18, 2010 9:08 am

There is a problem though. There are plenty of GOPBots who would rather see Obama win a second term than Ron Paul.

Apparently, they really do hate America.

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Post by Bladerunner on Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:00 pm

The only thing that concerns me about RP running in 2012 is his age. He is closing in on 80.
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:23 pm

SO? scratch Age is irrelevant to me! If the man can take a piss in the toilet and not on the constitution, he's my kind of president! cheers
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:35 pm

Interesting note that I goggled:

60 is so young, only half way through.

Ronald Reagan
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Became the governor of California at 61, and later also became US President.

Sam Snead May 27, 1912 - May 23, 2002
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"Sam Snead, the golfing great known as "Slammin' Sam" winner of seven
major championships and a record 81 PGA Tour events"... ". Snead won
the Par 3 Tournament in 1974 when he was 61, but he was ageless in so
many other tournaments." (SOURCE , Obituary,
).

Gandhi
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"Gandhi's life of civil disobedience began while he was a young lawyer
in South Africa when, because he was a dark-skinned Indian, he was
told to move to a third-class seat on a train even though he held a
first-class ticket. He refused, and ended up spending the night on a
desolate platform. It culminated in 1930, when he was 61, and he and
his followers marched 240 miles in 24 days to make their own salt from
the sea in defiance of British colonial laws and taxes. By the time he
reached the sea, several thousand had joined his march, and all along
India's coast thousands more were doing the same. More than 60,000
were eventually arrested, including Gandhi, but it was clear who would
end up the victors. " (SOURCE: Time 100 People of the Century
).
Gandhi later became the leader of independent india.

William Jennings Bryan
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Began his furious campaign against the teaching of evolution in
schools when he was 61 (People & Events: William Jennings Bryan
(1860-1925), ).

Benjamin Franklin
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"At age 70?in 1776?Franklin played an instrumental role in drafting
and signing the Declaration of Independence.
[...]
At age 81, Franklin signed the Constitution of the United States of America. "
(SOURCE: Benjamin Franklin - the Statesman Years, School for
Champions, ).

Frank McCourt
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The author who wrote the bestseller "Angela's Ashes" began to write
first in his sixties.
Harper Collins:

Finally, Deepak Chopra writes: "A baby girl born in America today is
expected to live just less than eighty years; an infant boy has a life
expectancy of almost seventy-four. Historically, there are many people
who have lived to ripe old ages and have made major contributions to
civilization. Leonardo da Vinci was drawing sketches in his sixties,
Leo Tolstoy was writing novels into his seventies, and Michelangelo
was sculpting in his eighties. Winston Churchill, with his fondness
for cigars and Scotch, was active and productive until his death at
age ninety. " (SOURCE: Deepak Chopra, Grow Younger, Live Longer, Part
6,

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=308654




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Famous folks launched careers after 50 By Ethan Trex, Mental Floss
May 16, 2010 8:58 a.m. EDT

(Mental Floss) -- Sadly, the down economy has put a lot of workers over age 50 in the unenviable position of needing to find a new profession. Don't believe that old cliché about middle-aged dogs and new tricks, though; lots of wildly successful people found big success in careers they began after their fiftieth birthdays.


President Ronald Reagan was an actor and wasn't elected to public office until he was 55.

Several famous people started successful careers after age 50
Ronald Reagan was elected to his first public office at age 55
"Little House on the Prairie" Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote her first novel at 65


Here are just a few examples.

1. Colonel Sanders

Harland Sanders was no slouch as a young man, but he didn't become the string-tied chicken mogul we know and love until he was 65.

"The Colonel" had a relatively successful restaurant and motel on U.S. 25 in Corbin, Kentucky, but when Interstate 75 opened seven miles from Sanders' restaurant, his business begin to dwindle.

Rather than go broke, he began to work on perfecting his spice blend and quick-cooking technique for making fried chicken in 1952. He then began touring the country selling Kentucky Fried Chicken franchises, and by the time he sold the business for $2 million in 1964, there were over 900 of them.

2. Jack Cover

You may not recognize Cover's name, but you've surely heard of his invention, the Taser. Cover spent most of his career as a nuclear physicist who worked in aerospace and defense, including playing a significant role in supplying parts for NASA's Apollo project.

In 1970 the 50-year-old Cover started Taser, Inc. in an effort to find a weapon that could incapacitate assailants without killing them. He received a patent for his design in 1974, and by 1980 Cover had sold the Los Angeles Police Department on using his new gadget to help apprehend violent suspects.

When Cover passed away last year at the age of 88, his device was in use in over 45 countries around the world.

3. Edmond Hoyle

Whether or not you know it, you probably owe Hoyle a tip of the cap each time you reach for a deck of cards. The Englishman is considered to be the world's first technical writer on the rules of card games, and he didn't put pen to paper as a young card sharp.

Hoyle was around 70 years old when he first began recording the rules of various card games in 1741; over the last 27 years of his life, his smash hit "A Short Treatise on the Game of Whist" went through over a dozen editions.

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4. Laura Ingalls Wilder

Wilder's "Little House on the Prairie" may be some of the world's most beloved children's books, but she was no spring chicken when she sat down to write them. Wilder didn't publish her first novel until she was 65 years old, but she still managed to crank out one of the most beloved series of all time.

5. Takichiro Mori

You don't have to start early to become the richest man in the world. Mori was an economics professor until he left academia at age 55 to become a real estate investor in 1959. Mori had recently inherited a couple of buildings from his father, and he jumped headfirst into Tokyo's real estate scene.

Mori started his second career by investing in the Minato ward where he spent his childhood, and within a matter of years he was presiding over Japan's real estate boom.

When Mori died in 1993, he was Forbes' two-time reigning world's richest man with a net worth of around $13 billion. He was something of a Japanese precursor to Warren Buffett, though. Mori never seemed totally comfortable with the fame and fortune his second career won him. He dressed traditionally, abstained from alcohol, and lived a fairly modest life.

6. Grandma Moses

Anna Mary Robertson Moses is one of the biggest names in American folk art, and she didn't even pick up a brush until she was well into her eighth decade.

Grandma Moses was originally a big fan of embroidery, but once her arthritis grew too painful for her to hold a needle, she decided to give painting a try in the mid-1930s.

She was 76 when she cranked out her first canvas, and she lived another 25 years as a painter -- long enough to see the canvases she had sold for $3 fetch prices north of $10,000.

Mental Floss: 10 Great Depression success stories

7. A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

The founder of the Hare Krishna movement was 69 years old before he started the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

In his native India, Prabhupada had been a chemist and a Sanskrit scholar in Calcutta, but in 1965 he came to New York City with just fifty bucks, a pair of cymbals, and a desire to spread the teachings of Lord Krishna.

Prabhupada got off to a modest start by sitting on a sidewalk in the East Village and chanting, but by the time of his death in 1977 his legions of followers were rumored to be thousands strong.

8 & 9. Tim and Nina Zagat

The husband-and-wife team behind the popular dining surveys of the same name were corporate lawyers when they first started printing their restaurant guides. Eventually the guides became so popular that Tim left his job as corporate counsel for Gulf & Western to manage the business in 1986 when he was 51 years old. Nina eventually left the corporate law world to work on the dining surveys as well.

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10. Ronald Reagan

Sure, Reagan had been no slouch as an actor, but he wasn't elected to his first public office until he was 55 years old. In 1966 Reagan won California's gubernatorial race by over a million votes.

Prior to his election, Reagan had done some politicking as the president of the Screen Actors Guild and as spokesman for General Electric, but nothing on his resume made him look like a sure-fire two-term president.

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Post by Owen 16 on Wed Aug 18, 2010 3:49 pm

Ron Paul IS nearly 80, so the person he picks for VP if he were to get the nomination is vitally important. You can bet that if Barry the Wonder President had been Ron Paul's age in 2008, there is no frickin' way that he would have picked the Gaffe Machine to be VP.
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Post by Bladerunner on Wed Aug 18, 2010 3:59 pm

Good grief, DSM, you didn't have to go ballistic. I was merely stating a fact. IF RP is in fact the GOP candidate, I will vote for him, but considering the speed with which things are changing, 2012 is a helluva long ways off.

Now, Owen, is see your signature: I love my country, but I fear my government.
May I quote Thomas Jefferson who said, "When the people fear their government, that is tyranny; when the government fears the people, that is Liberty."
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 4:15 pm

Sorry, Blade...I'm just hyper sensitive to agism. I see no need to bring up anyone's age, especially when the Dems were so hypocritical of it during Ronald Reagan's run and later, when Dan Quayle ran in 88 as VP. Cool Peace, Bro!
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Post by Bladerunner on Wed Aug 18, 2010 4:50 pm

DSM, I was not "poliitcizing" my concern regarding RP's age. My point is that the field is wide open and considering the kind of fire we are going to need to burn down socialism, part of me is hoping that a relatively young warrior with humungous cajones and a very hot flame thrower with American flags all over it will charge into the halls of government and turn the whole damned place into cinders--metaphorically speaking.
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 5:34 pm

Bladerunner wrote:DSM, I was not "poliitcizing" my concern regarding RP's age. My point is that the field is wide open and considering the kind of fire we are going to need to burn down socialism, part of me is hoping that a relatively young warrior with humongous cajones and a very hot flame thrower with American flags all over it will charge into the halls of government and turn the whole damned place into cinders--metaphorically speaking.

Well, Blade, Now that I understand from where you come from, I apologise if I came off as ballistic. That wasn't what I intended. I would consider Peter Schiff for that position in a heartbeat. He's 30 years younger and he's practically Ron Paul's ingenue. Son Rand? Pfft! Neocon in training, far as I'm concerned! He is a disappointment, sorry I ever rooted for him! Adam Kokesh? Not even 30, so constitutionally, he's not ready. John Dennis? Hey, if the people of CA are stupid enough to re-elect his rival, Nancy Pelosi, why not give a run for the White House?? Tom Mcclintock...Joe Kennedy...all are solid Libertarians/Constitutionalists, but do any of them have the attention that Ron Paul has? (That's a rhetorical question) I won't get behind any NWO/Neocon/RINO/CINO/war mongering puppets, and you already know how picky I am! Basketball
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Post by Doc Trock on Wed Aug 18, 2010 5:36 pm

Bladerunner wrote:Good grief, DSM, you didn't have to go ballistic. I was merely stating a fact. IF RP is in fact the GOP candidate, I will vote for him, but considering the speed with which things are changing, 2012 is a helluva long ways off.

Now, Owen, is see your signature: I love my country, but I fear my government.
May I quote Thomas Jefferson who said, "When the people fear their government, that is tyranny; when the government fears the people, that is Liberty."

His age isn't important....because he isn't going to win.

However, his candidacy is going to redouble the groundswell of the liberty movement. His presence is going to force the neocons to pay lipservice to the ideas of freedom and the Constitution.

Because of Ron Paul's candidacy, Critical Mass will be reached in the following areas:

1.)End the Fed. Monetary policy will become a kitchen table discussion amongst literate voters
2.)Pare back the Empire: bringing the troops home is going to be a huge issue, and non-interventionism will be the "new" rubric of foreign policy.
3.)Fiscal conservatism. No more low taxes+high deficits+inflated currency=Wealth. Reaganomics and other Keynesian efforts will be rejected and the peasants won't stand for stimuli, bailouts, or other nonsense.

Oh....if, by some miracle/accident Ron Paul wins the GOP nomination, he'll be assassinated. There is no way he will be allowed to be president.
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 6:24 pm

Doc Trock wrote:

Oh....if, by some miracle/accident Ron Paul wins the GOP nomination, he'll be assassinated. There is no way he will be allowed to be president.

D@mned NWO! Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad



But on the other hand....I have this theory....

...And we'll just leave it at that for now! Wink
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Post by Bladerunner on Wed Aug 18, 2010 6:43 pm

Sorry guys, I am no prophet. I cannot make predictions about how things will go down two years from now much less what will happen tomorrow. Although I do have a much clearer picture of tomorrow--that's the day I load the truck for the move. Then, I've got 1000 miles to negotiate. All I can say about November 2012 is that I am praying that we make it that far and then we get a real, true grit American in the WH. Too many unknowns and too much is happening to think of anything else. And, "God help us."

P.S. You guys take it from here. Tonight will be my last time on the net for a while.
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Post by Owen 16 on Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:44 pm

Bladerunner wrote:Good grief, DSM, you didn't have to go ballistic. I was merely stating a fact. IF RP is in fact the GOP candidate, I will vote for him, but considering the speed with which things are changing, 2012 is a helluva long ways off.

Now, Owen, is see your signature: I love my country, but I fear my government.
May I quote Thomas Jefferson who said, "When the people fear their government, that is tyranny; when the government fears the people, that is Liberty."

Of course you may quote Thomas Jefferson. A Jefferson quote is always welcome in my book. And I would say he was spot on when he said that, too. Tyranny has been arriving for a number of years, now. However, it appears that tyranny discovered steroids a couple of years ago.
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Post by dsmbaptist on Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:10 pm

Owen---Keep watching my Federalist Qutes thread...there's a bunch of them over at coverts, and I'm going to recycle bunch of them here! cheers
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Post by swiftfoxmark2 on Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:11 pm

You know, if you had that signature over at CC Owen, you'd be banned for being an America-hater.

That's what happened to Doc and it's why I left.

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Post by Owen 16 on Thu Aug 19, 2010 10:33 am

swiftfoxmark2 wrote:You know, if you had that signature over at CC Owen, you'd be banned for being an America-hater.

That's what happened to Doc and it's why I left.

I do have it there. It's my location, and my avatar there is the flag flying at half-staff. I haven't been banned there, but then again, I haven't posted there since June 1.
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