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Offline stray85

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In the election they'll have a Paul to entice voters who are put off by the big Wall St banker elites. With Rand Romney could sway a large voter block that has gone independent or even Democrat in the last election.

Rand could campaign against the TSA, the ballooning deficit, Obama's track record on government intrusion while Romney can play up to the big wig Republican establishment.

I believe the neo cons have seen the writing on the wall and their trying to use a sort of Ron Paul light version to help them win the election.

I REALLY believe Romney is going to unite the convention with Rand Paul as the VP running mate...and if Romney wins this would set Rand up as the Gop candidate for 2020......


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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2012, 07:43:55 PM »
The VP is minimal unless the President dies.

All this is a ploy to quell the gains that the TEA Party has gained.

I never thought the Pauls would be associated with appeasment.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2012, 07:46:22 PM »
The VP is minimal unless the President dies.

All this is a ploy to quell the gains that the TEA Party has gained.

I never thought the Pauls would be associated with appeasment.

Agreed.  It's a scam.  That's why Ron Paul is in hiding. I bet neither Ron nor Rand either go on Alex's show.  Ever.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2012, 07:53:52 PM »
I hope Alex builds up Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party if the Pauls are going to stand down.

See I told the C4L and Tea Partiers this from the get go.

If all these people were in the Constitution Party all 50 states would have been achieved ballot access-wise and we'd be in a lot better position than appeasing Republicans right now.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2012, 09:34:19 PM »
Ron,, The VP, for Romney. Whats wrong with this picture?
        ROM is a warmongering elitist, following in the footsteps of Bush and Obama, scripted, controlled.  If there is a scenario in place for the benefit of this nation and the citizenry , sorry, but I can't see it.

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This was the big surprise..
« Reply #5 on: June 13, 2012, 09:51:40 PM »
A Romney/Rand Paul ticket will be huge.

Most of the country have heard of how the Pauls were supported by the tea party movement but not in great depth. Now the mainstream Republicans with the help of the Pauls can mold that legacy to fit their agenda.

The people who really got them there will be called just a radical minority while the Pauls through Rand will draw on the fake tea party activist that supported Palin and those of her ilk. The ones that hijacked the REAL tea party.

This will look like the Tea Party and the old guard will unite at the convention with Rand joining Romney on the ticket.

Evil but brilliant politics.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2012, 10:15:26 PM »

yes,evil but brilliant.We gpt sold out.I agree with Tarpley-Jones needs to run,he is the only one now who can unite the Liberty Movement.And yes,there is a good chance they will kill him,but he knows that.JONES NEEDS TO RUN!!
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Re: This was the big surprise..
« Reply #7 on: June 13, 2012, 11:26:04 PM »
A Romney/Rand Paul ticket will be huge.

Most of the country have heard of how the Pauls were supported by the tea party movement but not in great depth. Now the mainstream Republicans with the help of the Pauls can mold that legacy to fit their agenda.

The people who really got them there will be called just a radical minority while the Pauls through Rand will draw on the fake tea party activist that supported Palin and those of her ilk. The ones that hijacked the REAL tea party.

This will look like the Tea Party and the old guard will unite at the convention with Rand joining Romney on the ticket.

Evil but brilliant politics.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #8 on: June 14, 2012, 12:50:03 AM »
Rand Paul as VP would be about as influential as puppet Biden, standing in the background, clapping his hands. 

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #9 on: June 14, 2012, 02:42:35 AM »
Ventura-Jones would be interesting. If it is possible at this stage.
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No Paul = No Vote in November

Saturday, March 10, 2012 by Ron Holland



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"I would also say of Ron Paul he doesn't need to win. In his view he is winning already. This is an ideological point he is making. But here's why it's electorally significant a lot of people, I mean 41 percent in Virginia, only two people on the ballot, still a lot of people voted for Ron Paul. A lot of those voters are portable. They're not Republican they're not dedicated Republican voters." Tucker Carlson, Editor, The Daily Caller
 
It is time for a groundswell of Ron Paul supporters to quietly, respectfully but firmly make their position clear to the mainstream media and the GOP establishment. Simply put, "No Paul on the ticket means no vote for the GOP in November."
 
The Ron Paul Campaign has the GOP establishment stuck between a rock and a hard place even though they have not won a single state in the primaries to date. Every Paul supporter knows the underhanded tactics used by the Republican leadership at the state and national level as well as the organized smear and news blackout campaign carried out by the mainstream media.
 
Making Nice For the November Election
 
As we move into the last months of the GOP presidential nomination campaign, most of the establishment media are now "making nice" with Ron Paul and his supporters. He actually gets questions during the debates, some press coverage and the other candidates seem friendly. The reason is simple. The Republican Party desperately needs the votes of Ron Paul supporters in order to win in November against Obama.
 
Obviously, Virginia Heffernan didn't get the memo in her typical anti-Paul elitist drivel titled Ron Paul's Pointless Internet Presidency posted on Yahoo earlier in the week but now this is the exception rather than standard procedure for the press. The word has gone out to be nice and respectful to Ron Paul so they can get our votes in November.
 
Too Little Too Late

The Republican establishment has obviously done its homework with focus groups, polling, etc. and here is their situation. Although they have successfully held back the Ron Paul campaign to date from threatening to win the GOP presidential nomination, in the dirty tricks process they have ostracized the substantial Paul voting constituency even more from the GOP than before.
 
Paul supporters are far more than portable as suggested by Tucker Carlson; rather they are toxic toward the GOP elites and very few will now support any of the establishment candidates after the abusive treatment given to Ron Paul as well as the crude attacks against Paul supporters.
 
I well understand these feelings of resentment, as I am a Ron Paul supporter. There is no way I will vote for either Romney, Santorum or Gingrich, although I certainly prefer their fake rhetoric to the Obama propaganda. If Ron Paul isn't the Republican nominee for president, then the establishment nominee desperately needs the votes of his supporters in order to beat Obama in the fall general election.
 
The establishment knows the Gingrich and Santorum voters in the GOP Presidential primary will eventually vote for Mitt Romney in November if he wins the Republican presidential nomination at the GOP convention beginning on August 27th, 2012. They also know and fear that most Ron Paul supporters will not vote for the nominee and will likely stay away from the polls in droves thus hurting the other Republican candidates for the House and Senate as well for state and local elections. Basically, 15% of the GOP primary voters will sit out the 2012 November election and this almost guarantees the re-election of Barack Obama.
 
Why Don't I Really Care If the Democrats or Republicans Win in November?
 
My answer is regardless of whether Romney or Obama wins the general election despite all the anti-Obama rhetoric by the Republican establishment, little will change on major issues. Romney's campaign promises are identical to all other presidential campaign promises, much to do about nothing. Neither Bush nor Obama kept their campaign promises and neither will Romney.
 
Course of Action
 
First, we redouble our efforts in voting and funding the Ron Paul Campaign up through the final primary and caucus.
 
Second, in editorials, articles or discussions with the press or GOP leadership always emphasize your plans to stay at home on election day if a Ron or Rand Paul is not on the ticket.
 
Third, at the Republican National Convention when the presidential nomination is handed to Romney, assuming he wins, we continue to stress "NO PAUL = NO VOTE IN NOVEMBER."
 
Finally, we then wait at the convention for the personal phone call from Mitt Romney following private preliminary discussions where Rand Paul is asked to be the Vice Presidential candidate on a Romney/Paul ticket after assurances Ron Paul will be nominated for an appropriate cabinet level appointment such as Secretary of the Treasury or Defense.
 
Ron Paul deserves some family time off following the years of campaigning and educating the American people about liberty. He has done more to advance the cause of limited government, peace, liberty and free markets than any American since the time of the American Revolution.
 
Mitt Romney has spent the last seven years running for President of the United States so obviously he really wants to win. Romney and his advisors must know that without the 15% plus of GOP voters supporting Ron Paul who, unlike Gingrich and Santorum supporters, will sit the election out, he cannot defeat Barack Obama without our support. His only option is to put a "Paul" on the ticket.
 
Although a Vice President Rand Paul is a great tactical victory, this is only a battle in a long war for the restoration of liberty and legitimate constitutional government to the United States.
 
When I was a young man in the military during the 1970s, I well remember the antiwar crowds shouting "Hell, no, we won't go!" in opposition to the Vietnam War. Today, 40-plus years later, I'm a grandfather and maybe older and wiser but still willing to a little more respectfully tell the same power elites running this country and both political parties, "Hell, no, I won't go." But this time it is to the polls in November unless there is a Paul on the ticket.
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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #11 on: June 14, 2012, 09:50:03 AM »
 A  VP is a presidents lackey, right or wrong?
 ROM has stated he wants IRAN, WAR, tell me what the hell can Rand do, my answer if he is VP- jack shiite.
 If they have a long range plan, and beleive it will be influential at some later point in time, they are dreaming.
 My op, to see a (Paul) be a boot licker for a warmongering elitist will not make my day.
 

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« Reply #12 on: June 14, 2012, 10:22:18 AM »
I believe this is a move to grab voters who only hear the occasional tidbit on how the Pauls are part of the tea party movement. When they see Rand up there endorsing Romney they'll assume it's a united ticket with the Tea Party AND the RNC backed candidate.

Most people are pissed over the TSA, taxes and the Wall Street bailout...which Rand and Ron are famously against..that's all the general public is aware of..now the Pauls are distancing themselves from those of us who are against the NWO and their whole agenda.

It's the crowning of the fake Tea Party with the Pauls as the leaders...I think Rand will be the GOP new Golden Boy especially if Romney loses...I don't think the GOP establishment is against the Pauls at all..I think they see a very watered down version as their future.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #13 on: June 14, 2012, 10:48:16 AM »
I believe this is a move to grab voters who only hear the occasional tidbit on how the Pauls are part of the tea party movement. When they see Rand up there endorsing Romney they'll assume it's a united ticket with the Tea Party AND the RNC backed candidate.

Most people are pissed over the TSA, taxes and the Wall Street bailout...which Rand and Ron are famously against..that's all the general public is aware of..now the Pauls are distancing themselves from those of us who are against the NWO and their whole agenda.

It's the crowning of the fake Tea Party with the Pauls as the leaders...I think Rand will be the GOP new Golden Boy especially if Romney loses...I don't think the GOP establishment is against the Pauls at all..I think they see a very watered down version as their future.
          You have thought this through, however the general public SM's will go along with whatever serves their purpose, lifestyle. If the wars rage on there will be no change independent of the Pauls or Santa Claus. Invasions,  Wars and those who subscribe to it will be the demise of this nation.
           Roman citizenry loved the conquest, the victory, the blood money. Citizenry were the privileged % elites, the slaves-peons were not. Today's jargon labels the people with a class distinction, upper, lower, poor class.

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #14 on: June 14, 2012, 11:21:25 AM »
Well, come election time I'm going to vote Libertarian I guess...I really thought just maybe Ron would have third partied it and I could of voted for him..but he stuck with the GOP so that chance went out the window.

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« Reply #15 on: June 14, 2012, 11:25:03 AM »
I completely agree he has sold out just as good as every other repubcrat have ever seen! He fits right in now.
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« Reply #16 on: June 14, 2012, 12:00:19 PM »
Its a total nightmare
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« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2012, 12:18:18 PM »
Its a total nightmare
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  Without question.  Politics in this country has been a total nightmare since the day Kennedy was assassinated, maybe before that.  Remember when Teddy Roosevelt was shot before he was to give a speech and gave the speech anyway?


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Roosevelt, who suffered only a flesh wound from the attack, went on to deliver his scheduled speech with the bullet still in his body. After a few words, the former "Rough Rider" pulled the torn and bloodstained manuscript from his breast pocket and declared, "You see, it takes more than one bullet to kill a Bull Moose." He spoke for nearly an hour and then was rushed to the hospital.
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« Reply #18 on: June 14, 2012, 06:06:15 PM »
Below sums it up pretty well. 


http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Article/113133-2012-06-10-thirty-pieces-of-silver.htm?EdNo=001&From=RSS

Thirty Pieces of Silver

Written by Dave Hodges
Date: 06-10-2012
Subject: Treason and Sedition


I awoke several days ago to a devastating punch in the gut. I was overcome by feelings of abandonment and betrayal just like the feelings that a husband would experience when he realizes that his wife has been unfaithful and his best friend is his wife's new lover. I am experiencing anger, depression and a sense of profound discouragement as I feel compelled to write these words.

Ron Paul has done more to wake up millions of former bankster serving sheeple in this country to the tyranny that is the New World Order than anyone else. He has helped to expose the criminal Federal Reserve and the general and pervasive "sell out" of Americans and our sovereign interests by the bankster minions (i.e. Obama and Romney). As a result, millions of Americans put their faith in this country doctor who has had one of the best voting records in the history of the House of Representatives. I will be eternally grateful to Ron Paul for his tireless support and defense of freedom.


Ever since my days of doing local talk radio in Wickenburg, Arizona, I have supported Ron Paul and have attempted to raise money on his behalf.  However, in the past few months, I am certain that many of the listeners of The Common Sense Show have noticed that I have been dead silent on the subject of the Ron Paul Campaign. I was silent for some very salient reasons as I was beginning to have some grave concerns over the intestinal fortitude and direction of the Ron Paul Campaign.


In the past several weeks, I have been approached several times and repeatedly asked to become a Ron Paul delegate. I steadfastly refused as I used the convenient excuse of not having the time. In reality, I do have the time to help save my country from the bankster tyranny that has overtaken our Republic. I just don't have the time to waste my time jumping on board a sinking ship that has become the Ron Paul Campaign. Are you listening to me Ron Paul leaders?  There are valid reasons why I said no and then subsequently ignored  repeated emails and voicemails designed to recruit me to this cause. I simply wanted to remain silent as I continued to evaluate the disturbing direction that the Ron Paul Campaign was headed.


In the early days of the Paul Campaign, I publicly criticized the establishment media as they orchestrated a wholesale media blackout related to Ron Paul's campaign.  Yet, Dr. Paul seemingly tolerated receiving 30 seconds of air time in a five member debate, in a 30 minute period, on national television. At the next media event, Ron Paul should have said something like "Well, I am glad I am getting my obligatory 30 seconds and the networks should be ashamed for censoring my message that millions of Americans want to hear. "  Unfortunately, these words of indignation were never spoken by the leadership of the Paul Campaign, or by Ron Paul, himself. It was at this crucial juncture that I first experienced misgivings about the direction of the Paul Campaign.


There has also been massive voter fraud committed against the Ron Paul Campaign in the Republican Primary elections. Even the New York Times admitted that the Republican Primaries in Iowa and Maine were stolen away from Ron Paul. Ron Paul was undoubtedly winning the Republican Primary in the early days.  However, as the nomination continued to be stolen, and the will of the people was being usurped, Ron Paul remained silent to this grand theft of the nomination process. Even in Louisiana, as Ron Paul was winning, the Louisiana Republican leadership, controlled by Mitt Romney minions, stole the Paul delegates and gave them to Romney and then proceeded to beat up and evict the Ron Paul delegates when they protested. Meanwhile, Ron Paul chastised the dissenters and admonished his followers to be polite.


Anyone who donated money to the Ron Paul Campaign should be justifiably upset. The election process, in which many of us invested our hard earned money to support Dr. Paul, was stolen from us and there was not so much as a whimper from Ron Paul. Why did Ron Paul seemingly sabotage his own campaign by not forcefully speaking out about the ongoing election fraud and the bankster control of media election coverage? Does anyone else hearken back to the Ross Perot 1992 Presidential candidacy as he held a huge lead before sabotaging his own campaign over some nonsense about the Republicans sabotaging his daughter's wedding? As Mark Twain said, history may not repeat itself, but it sure does rhyme.


I have been beside myself as primary election after primary election, the banksters, who control both political parties, continued their election fraud and the bankster controlled media continued to ignore the Ron Paul message. Meanwhile, the Arizona Ron Paul delegation approached me, again, to please become a delegate in the campaign. This time, I shared my reservations about the apparent lack of a backbone by campaign officials and by Ron Paul himself, to fight back against the criminal actions of the Republican Party leadership. I was told by a party official that Ron Paul delegates were going to seek and achieve a brokered convention and the subsequently freed up delegates would support Ron Paul and he would win the nomination. Just at the time I was going to once again capitulate and donate my time and efforts to the Ron Paul Campaign, Rand Paul sold his political soul to el Diablo, Mitt Romney, as he threw his support behind the Romney Campaign. I am still grieving this betrayal of Ron Paul supporters.


Rand Paul now supports carbon taxes advocate, Mitt Romney.


Rand Paul now supports Universal Health Care author, Mitt Romney.


Rand Paul now supports amnesty proponent, Mitt Romney.   


Rand Paul now supports more bankster bailouts and more wars of corporate conquest supporter, Mitt Romney.


Rand Paul now supports more Federal Reserve Board criminality advocate,  Mitt Romney, and not one word of disagreement from Ron Paul.  Blood is indeed thicker than water and apparently, thicker than patriotism as well. And now, in a juxtaposition, the sins of the son are being visited upon the father as Ron Paul tells his delegates to be polite at the Republican Convention, in Tampa, while America continues to sink into the deep abyss of a tyrannical police state that is robbing us blind.


What have Ron and Rand Paul been promised? What will thirty pieces of silver buy today?  A cabinet post? A surprise VP position for Rand? Well, I am not for sale and I will never support Mitt Romney or any other bankster minion. How many of you, like myself, feel like a pallbearer of a once noble campaign?


There is presently an unlimited supply of political capital that has now been left floundering after Rand Paul announced the capitulation of the Ron Paul Campaign to the globalist minion, Mitt Romney.  I don't drink from the Ron Paul Kool-Aid. I do not worship Ron Paul. I honor the message of freedom and that is the only reason I supported Dr. Paul because of his expressed love of freedom and his seemingly undying support for the Constitution. My personal journey on behalf of truth and freedom, with or without Rand and Ron Paul, will continue on, regardless of who the Paul's support for the Republican nomination.


Despite my sense of betrayal, Dr. Paul has still done all freedom loving Americans an enormous favor through his service and dedication to the ideals of freedom. Ron Paul has awakened millions of our brethren to the corporate controlled police state that we are now all living under. As a result, we now have millions of pissed off Americans who have finally come to realize that their financial futures and their children's heritage has been stolen by the criminal elite.


It is up to all us to find a new home to grow the message of freedom and to complete the job that the Ron Paul movement started. If we allow the millions of Americans who now realize that we have been conquered by criminal banksters, to dissipate, we will never have another chance to reclaim what we have lost.


If you want to live in the past, continue to support the Ron Paul Campaign and watch as your monetary donations will absolutely slip down the rabbit hole and end up in Mitt Romney's coffers. Do not contribute to your own demise as we will undoubtedly witness the November election consisting of Obama vs. Obama 2.0 as the 2012 election will consist of New World Order sock puppet and teleprompter reader, Barak Obama vs. New World Order sock puppet and teleprompter reader, Mitt Romney. This is now unavoidable, the 2012 Presidential election is lost, but our new found political power is not lost unless we choose to consciously forfeit it.  In 2012, we don't have a legitimate presidential candidate to vote for, but freedom loving Americans have a choice on how we respond to our rigged elections, our corporate controlled media and the subsequent tyranny that the globalists are in the midst of implementing. 


Freedom loving Americans now have tremendous political capital and please remember that nature abhors a vacuum. A new candidate and a new movement, reflective of our collective values, will emerge. Thanks to the Ron Paul movement, we have made great progress, but don't make the mistake of living in the past. Rand Paul now openly supports Bain Capital's, Mitt Romney and the Ron Paul Campaign is dead in the water.  However, the new found spirit of our freedom movement is not dead and I will never capitulate to tyranny, nor should you.
 
Dave Hodges is the host of The Common Sense Show.


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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #19 on: June 15, 2012, 10:05:39 AM »
Dave has every reason to be Pizzed off.
People are claiming RP has been threatened, if thats the case why doesn't he expose them.
I'm dissapointed as well, I have been supporting RP for years and never once doubted him, in fact all he has said I bought hook line and sinker, he was 100% spot on.
I wondered if his health was an issue, or as mentioned a threat to his family but if so all he needed to do was tell his supporters.
Something is going on here I can't accept on a basic morall level.
 Was this all a CON, ??? all I can think of is some slime bag warned him a FF would take place and Americans would suffer if he didn't play the game                               &               Thats giving RP the benefit of the doubt.

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« Reply #20 on: June 15, 2012, 11:46:36 AM »
I am hoping that people have now recovered from the shock, and ready to propose real solutions.


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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #21 on: June 15, 2012, 12:22:09 PM »
I am hoping that people have now recovered from the shock, and ready to propose real solutions.
  Yup, me too. Its just that the ROM has been pushed to the forefront and forthe life of me I don't see what choices are left. Not giving up, just admitting it.
  The cynic in me says we will have 2 choices, Rom /Oby. In short no choice.
Solutions, sure ( mass demos) there are but its unrealistic to think the people would hit the streets and that appears to be the one and only answer.
We have a mindset that hits the core, as we all know many folks don't and just go along, sheeple/silent majority etc. At this point we, us, on site, wherever have to keep plugging, getting the word out no matter how anoyed/pizzed we may be by these events.
   

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Re: Rand Paul is the perfect VP for the Republican establishment
« Reply #22 on: June 15, 2012, 02:53:53 PM »
This is a time when silence speaks louder that any words could. Keep fighting at the local levels.
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