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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #80 on: September 12, 2011, 10:29:22 pm »
Does everyone realize how scared to death the Bilderberg Nazis are of their own shadow? Only a cowardly piece of crap would actually be so petrified as to not include a candidate in the poll. They already own over 99% of the MSM, but that is not enough, they need to own more, more, more.

Even with that 99% they feel as if they are defeated.

What that means is that all we have to do is continue to speak truth everywhere and they will go absolutely insane. They feel as if one sentence of truth will cause them to evaporate, wtf? Must be a total hell hole they live in. Talk about outlandish conspiracy theorists.

That poll was a tacit admission.
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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #81 on: September 12, 2011, 10:30:37 pm »
Does everyone realize how scared to death the Bilderberg Nazis are of their own shadow? Only a cowardly piece of crap would actually be so petrified as to not include a candidate in the poll. They already own over 99% of the MSM, but that is not enough, they need to own more, more, more.

Even with that 99% they feel as if they are defeated.

What that means is that all we have to do is continue to speak truth everywhere and they will go absolutely insane. They feel as if one sentence of truth will cause them to evaporate, wtf? Must be a total hell hole they live in. Talk about outlandish conspiracy theorists.
Well, we will certainly take every advantage they want to hand over to us like this one.

You can bet this will get talked about on many a blog and political comments from leading web sites also. ;D

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #82 on: September 12, 2011, 10:31:36 pm »
Here ya go poll out some aggression :D

http://ipollnews.com/


There must be 20 different polls there... many are facebook though... I will not join that site, not even to cast a vote... there are plenty that are not though so...

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #83 on: September 12, 2011, 10:34:38 pm »
Does everyone realize how scared to death the Bilderberg Nazis are of their own shadow? Only a cowardly piece of crap would actually be so petrified as to not include a candidate in the poll. They already own over 99% of the MSM, but that is not enough, they need to own more, more, more.

Even with that 99% they feel as if they are defeated.

What that means is that all we have to do is continue to speak truth everywhere and they will go absolutely insane. They feel as if one sentence of truth will cause them to evaporate, wtf? Must be a total hell hole they live in. Talk about outlandish conspiracy theorists.

 It is so obvious!! Im befuddled that more people dont get it...but alot more people are getting it this time around, it appears we are forcing their hand BIG TIME.  While I agree it is the only thing to do its scary, you know what happens when you corner wild animals.

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #84 on: September 12, 2011, 10:37:42 pm »
Here ya go poll out some aggression :D

http://ipollnews.com/


RP is 96% on this one!



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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #85 on: September 12, 2011, 10:39:58 pm »
bwaaahahahaaaaaaaa...ABC Disney says Bachman won...but all commentors say otherwise...


Analysis: Michele Bachmann Wins Tea Party Debate
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/analysis-michele-bachmann-wins-tea-party-debate/
Sep 12, 2011 11:05pm

With her standing in the polls slipping, Michele Bachmann needed to find a way to capture the spotlight she held earlier this summer. She just may have done that tonight at the Tea Party Express/CNN debate in Tampa, Florida. Bachmann, the founder of the Tea Party Caucus in the House, knew her audience well and it showed. Unlike former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Bachmann took a pass at criticizing front-runner Texas Gov. Perry on Social Security and she refused to weigh in on Perry’s comment last month that  Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke may be “treasonous.” Instead she waited patiently to pounce on Perry when the debate turned to the issues she knew would connect with the audience in the hall. She attacked Perry for his decision to require HPV vaccinations in Texas, calling it “a government injection through executive order” and a “violation of a liberty interest.” She knows that while the Tea Party activists are not fans of the federal government, they don’t love big business either. “We cannot forget that in the midst of this executive order,” said Bachmann, “there was a big drug company that made millions of dollars because of this mandate…The drug company gave thousands of dollars in political donations to the governor and this is just flat out wrong” She also attacked Perry on illegal immigration – another issue that plays well in a GOP primary.

Of course, we’ll have to wait and see if this performance will have any effect on her poll standing. Bachmann’s weakness has been her inability to prove she can expand her appeal beyond her Tea Party base. This debate performance only reinforced that perception . Perry is learning why it’s no fun being the front-runner. He was under attack from all sides: Mitt Romney on Social Security; Ron Paul on taxes; Bachmann and Santorum on HPV and Bachmann on immigration. The crowd initially stood behind the Texas Governor – cheering him on during his defense of his jobs record and Social Security positioning. But as the debate wore on, Perry was clearly exhausted by having to play defense for almost two hours and the crowd seemed weary of him too. The question now is how much more pummeling can the Texas Governor take before it starts to take a toll? There’s another debate in Florida less than two weeks from today. Can Perry get back on offense during that one?Romney, meanwhile was speaking beyond the room not to the room. His attacks on Perry’s record on job creation fell flat – even eliciting a few boos among the audience. And, while many pundits – Democrat and Republican – have called Perry’s “Ponzi scheme” description of Social Security problematic, it wasn’t much of an issue among this crowd. Finally, no one looked more out of place on that stage than Jon Huntsman. He showed zero ability to connect with the audience. Even his attempts at jokes fell flat.

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It would have been nice for her to answer the question about the 30 year old coma patient, but she dodged it, just like the Libya question last debate. I disagree. I thought she was shrill and uninformed.
Posted by: robta | September 12, 2011, 11:21 pm 11:21 pm
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I wouldn`t go as far to say she won. Maybe if every other word out her mouth was not “Obama care”, “Obama Care”, Obama Care”.. We get it Michelle. She did better than the old married couple, Romney, Perry. Perry actually acknowledged, He could not be bought for 5k. A better course of action, Would be to say, He could not be bought period. But slick Rick loves to slip… Herman Cain “999″, “999″. Bachmann did better than Cain. Huntsman sounded like he wanted to start a kumbaya circle. The rest of them, Sounded the same. Living up to the name 7 dwarfs. Switching up principals to fit agenda. You know Ron Paul won. He might have got booed by the war mongers, Most of whom have never fought in a war. But i have to support the consistent one. Who knows what the rest of them will be saying next week, Let alone next year.
Posted by: johneverymann | September 12, 2011, 11:28 pm 11:28 pm
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Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate who gets right to the CORE of every problem. That’s why the MSM and the career politicians don’t want him to be the candidate: HE will truly change the status-quo. Since we’ll be stuck with an inferior candidate, we can just write off the U.S. right now because we are at a turning point and there isn’t time for any more political games.
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I agree with Robta….she came across to me as a candidate with no substance. Skimmed the edges of the debate and offered nothing deep and consistent. Wants the government to not interfere with individual rights, then mentioned nothing about why she would like them to step in and not allow abortions though. She sounded like a babbling baffoon. Can’t tell the gov’t to stay out of private lives one minute then interject them in another. Mitt owned this debate.
Posted by: micha | September 12, 2011, 11:35 pm 11:35 pm
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Then again, I did really like Ron Paul’s answers. Seems the most honest and answers with what he believes…not what polls and pundits tell him to answer.
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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #86 on: September 12, 2011, 10:48:17 pm »
You gotta love the Christian Broadcasting Network's headlines, even if the content sucks...


Should Rick Perry File a Police Report?
http://blogs.cbn.com/thebrodyfile/archive/2011/09/12/should-rick-perry-file-a-police-report.aspx

I’m checking for blood. Rick Perry got beat up tonight in Tampa Florida at the CNN/Tea Party Express debate. Is anyone going to file a police report? Mitt Romney took shots at Perry on social security and his record of job creation in Texas. Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul piled on when it came to the HPV vaccine issue. On immigration, the candidates to it to Perry as well. The problem for the Texas Governor is he’s got incoming missiles bombarding him from all sides. It’s inevitable that his poll numbers will probably begin to dip. The good news for Perry is that he is believable and comfortable in his own skin. In other words, Perry’s authenticity and growing national reputation as a straight shooter will help him when he tries to explain some of these issues. While voters may not agree with him, he will at least look like he’s not running away from his record and turning into the cowardly lion. That’s just NOT Rick Perry. Perry is going to have some challenging times ahead and this race will probably tighten as the months progress but remember this. The Tea Party led Republican electorate is in a mood for a no-nonsense, tell it like it is bold nominee. As much as the other candidates try and peck away at his conservative credentials, Perry’s record of job creation will still stand and that may be his ultimate trump card.

They are basically saying:

Rick Perry lacks any presidential skills whatsoever such that a team of morons can expose his failure as a human being...but...we still love Bilderberg so vote for him!

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #87 on: September 12, 2011, 10:50:13 pm »
Unless any of the other candidates has said different, Ron Paul is the ONLY anti-war candidate.  Hell, at this point the dems probably want him as their guy in the race.

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #88 on: September 12, 2011, 10:50:35 pm »
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/analysis-michele-bachmann-wins-tea-party-debate/


ABC wont allow you to even post rofl. You can take 5 minutes to make a post and when you submit it says - you are posting too fast?

They really are worried...

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #89 on: September 12, 2011, 10:58:04 pm »
awesome 96% plus
What do you under-stand?

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #90 on: September 12, 2011, 11:01:21 pm »
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/09/analysis-michele-bachmann-wins-tea-party-debate/


ABC wont allow you to even post rofl. You can take 5 minutes to make a post and when you submit it says - you are posting too fast?

They really are worried...
I got my comment in over there after watching the video.  I did not mention another networks name directly and only refered to them as the other network who held last weeks debate . 

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #91 on: September 12, 2011, 11:03:53 pm »
I got my comment in over there after watching the video.  I did not mention another networks name directly and only refered to them as the other network who held last weeks debate . 

I'll try again.

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #92 on: September 12, 2011, 11:04:10 pm »
News reports over the last hour with the names and numbers of news articles:

Ron Paul 5,890

Rick Perry 24,700

Mitt Romney 13,200

Michelle Bachmann 9,850



OF COURSE THERE IS NO CONSPIRACY! WTF?

And most of the Ron Paul articles say he wants to let uninsured die (which he never said, he explained how more are dying with this current unfair system regulated by beurocrats who are not healthcare experts then one based on individual human rights).

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #93 on: September 12, 2011, 11:06:41 pm »
cnn still has no poll but another question has been posted on their front page here.


http://www.cnn.com/

Quick vote
Did Rick Perry's debate performance solidify his front-runner status for the GOP presidential nomination?
No
78%
4740
Yes
22%
1365
Total votes: 6105

Kind of a stupid question given that Ron Paul came out as the front runner after the last debate. ;D

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #94 on: September 12, 2011, 11:06:54 pm »
Thanks for the ipoll link, I hit every link on there and voted. Ron Paul was the leader in all but one, which was the CNN one, and it showed Romney at 66%, but there was also a disclaimer on the ipoll link that that link may not be counting votes...you think?!?
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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #95 on: September 12, 2011, 11:15:37 pm »


Last week, it was a California audience at the GOP debate erupting in applause at the mention that Gov. Rick Perry had presided over 234 executions.

In Florida, there were at least a couple of shouts of “Yes” when Texas congressman Ron Paul was asked whether a hypothetical healthy 30-year-old man who opted against insurance but developed a life-threatening condition should be allowed to die by society.

Paul, a physician, didn’t say he should — although he did say a bit earlier in the questioning that such an individual should take responsibility for his choices rather than expecting government to do so.

Instead of death as the ultimate result of an unfortunate choice, however, Paul said he had practiced medicine “before we had Medicaid” in San Antonio and that there’s another way.

“The churches took care of ‘em. We never turned anybody away from the hospitals,” he said, suggesting that society seems to have given up on people assuming responsibility for themselves: “Our neighbors, friends, churches would do it.”

The shouts constituted one of the most memorable moments in a debate that had more than a few. Among others:

continued....  http://blog.chron.com/rickperry/2011/09/sometimes-in-debates-the-strangest-things-earn-applause/

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NEW POLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/election-day-684/topics/following-debate-do-you-now

Ron Paul is not listed, but other is listed and also...

it allows comments and every comment says Ron Paul!!!!
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« Reply #97 on: September 12, 2011, 11:31:44 pm »
Last week, it was a California audience at the GOP debate erupting in applause at the mention that Gov. Rick Perry had presided over 234 executions. In Florida, there were at least a couple of shouts of “Yes” when Texas congressman Ron Paul was asked whether a hypothetical healthy 30-year-old man who opted against insurance but developed a life-threatening condition should be allowed to die by society. Paul, a physician, didn’t say he should — although he did say a bit earlier in the questioning that such an individual should take responsibility for his choices rather than expecting government to do so. Instead of death as the ultimate result of an unfortunate choice, however, Paul said he had practiced medicine “before we had Medicaid” in San Antonio and that there’s another way. “The churches took care of ‘em. We never turned anybody away from the hospitals,” he said, suggesting that society seems to have given up on people assuming responsibility for themselves: “Our neighbors, friends, churches would do it.” The shouts constituted one of the most memorable moments in a debate that had more than a few. Among others:

continued....  http://blog.chron.com/rickperry/2011/09/sometimes-in-debates-the-strangest-things-earn-applause/


that is the one article that they have on top of every search about Ron Paul...guess what...it will backfire, everybody knows that for over 150 years, no one was denied healthcare in the US except when the government was involved (Tuskeegee experiment comes to mind), but with a socialized system all you have is rising costs for all and rationing for all.

Wolf Blitzer thought he nailed Ron Paul with the scary "but he cannot afford care" bullshit.

Hey Wolf, you helped lead this country into illegal wars which have killed over 15,000 American soldiers and over 1 million Iraqis.

Hey Wolf, why did you help murder over 1 million innocent people, why did you let them die?
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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #98 on: September 12, 2011, 11:39:36 pm »

that is the one article that they have on top of every search about Ron Paul...guess what...it will backfire, everybody knows that for over 150 years, no one was denied healthcare in the US except when the government was involved (Tuskeegee experiment comes to mind), but with a socialized system all you have is rising costs for all and rationing for all.

Wolf Blitzer thought he nailed Ron Paul with the scary "but he cannot afford care" bullshit.

Hey Wolf, you helped lead this country into illegal wars which have killed over 15,000 American soldiers and over 1 million Iraqis.

Hey Wolf, why did you help murder over 1 million innocent people, why did you let them die?

Hey Wolf, how does it feel to have the curtain removed and everyone see you naked as you are, the corporate usurpers main propaganda mouthpiece and accessory to the murder of millions...

...Hmmm... sure is a teeny little wee-wee you have there Wolf...

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Re: ***LIVE LIVE LIVE...Tea Party/GOP debate Ron Paul getting roaring applause!
« Reply #99 on: September 12, 2011, 11:40:20 pm »
cnn still has no poll but another question has been posted on their front page here.


http://www.cnn.com/

Quick vote
Did Rick Perry's debate performance solidify his front-runner status for the GOP presidential nomination?
No
78%
4740
Yes
22%
1365
Total votes: 6105

Kind of a stupid question given that Ron Paul came out as the front runner after the last debate. ;D

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CNN has gone hardcore with Wolf, wanna be Cronkite the voice of Molech, Blitzer and Anderson Vanderbilt, pharmies suicided my brother but I still push 'em, CIA psy-op-newsie Cooper.  We get a dose of David, weaving spiders come not here, Gergen and all the predigested news you can stand has been liquified and spoon fed to their baby food audience,... all you have to do think for yourself,... chew your own food, and 'pop', right down the rabbit hole, red pill and all.

Now, Liar! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer, and Fixer!
On, Vomit! On, Putrid! On, Cooper and Blitzer!

 
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CNN has gone hardcore with Wolf, wanna be Cronkite the voice of Molech, Blitzer and Anderson Vanderbilt, pharmies suicided my brother but I still push 'em, CIA psy-op-newsie Cooper.  We get a dose of David, weaving spiders come not here, Gergen and all the predigested news you can stand has been liquified and spoon fed to their baby food audience,... all you have to do think for yourself,... chew your own food, and 'pop', right down the rabbit hole, red pill and all.

Now, Liar! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer, and Fixer!
On, Vomit! On, Putrid! On, Cooper and Blitzer!


 

...(chuckle)...  ;D

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NEW POLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/election-day-684/topics/following-debate-do-you-now

Ron Paul is not listed, but other is listed and also...

it allows comments and every comment says Ron Paul!!!!

OMG "Someone else" is stealing the Republican votes again!

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...(chuckle)...  ;D

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OMG "Someone else" is stealing the Republican votes again!

Cross post it all over the net as a controlled poll:  Perry, Romney, Bachman only choices in WSJ poll, all other GOP candidates reduced to a singular 'other',... and don't vote in it until the add all other candidates (yes including Dr. Paul).
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WTF!!! Its so f**king blatantly obvious how the establishment is attacking Ron Paul.

All these puppets started copying him and then CNN has the nerve to skip over Ron during a question about the Fed?

ARE YOU F*CKING KIDDING ME?!?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z7UbwDaO7U&feature=channel_video_title


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This is from the comments.  ;)

I have to say that Dr Paul definitely has a very good shot at the Presidency. The comments speak for themselves. The more they marginalize Ron Paul the more people are paying attention. The tide has turned. Truth is such a stranger to the other candidates that Ron Paul stands out a mile when he speaks.

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It’s probably Mitt Romney.

Ron Paul = The Champion of The U.S. Constitution.
Ron Paul = The Restoration of the Republic .. and the Republican Party.
Ron Paul for President of the U.S.A. in 2012!!!
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CBS/Viacom starting to see the light?

[Watch tomorrow...IRS begins auditing Sumner Redstone's personal bank accounts]


Ron Paul: Time to stop spending trillions on war
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By Lucy Madison September 12, 2011 9:28 PM

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Monday that America could save trillions of dollars if the country cut funding from wars - "and all the nonsense that we do around the world." The Texas Representative argued in Monday's Republican presidential debate that, rather than eliminating programs like Social Security and prescription drug benefits for seniors, America could reduce trillions' worth of spending in conflicts abroad . "I agree that Social Security is broke. We spent all the money and it's on its last legs unless we do something," Paul said, when asked if he thought Social Security was a "Ponzi scheme" - a phrase his GOP contender and fellow Texan Rick Perry has used to describe the entitlement program. But Paul stopped short of suggesting Social Security should be eliminated, noting instead that "One bill that I had in congress never got passed was to prevent the congress from spending any of that money on the wars and all the nonsense that we do around the world." Indeed, when asked about repealing a prescription drug benefit plan for seniors, Paul said that despite his initial opposition to the plan, its repeal "sure wouldn't be on my high list" when there were cuts to be found elsewhere. "We should never have started it; I voted against it," Paul said, of the program. "But that sure wouldn't be on my high list."  "I'd find a lot of cuts a lot of other places," he said. "As a matter of fact, on Social Security, it is already being reformed because the cost of living increases aren't there, so the value is going down. So no, there's places we should cut." He continued: "I'm not sure I can get anybody to agree with me on this panel, but we spend $1.5 trillion overseas in wars that we don't need to be in and we need to cut there."

On the left and the right, the American people only have one anti-war candidate available!
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Front page of Yahoo has an article titled...

Audience at tea party debate cheers leaving uninsured to die
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/audience-tea-party-debate-cheers-leaving-uninsured-die-163216817.html

If you're uninsured and on the brink of death, that's apparently a laughing matter to some audience members at last night's tea party Republican presidential debate.

Texas Rep. Ron Paul, a doctor, was asked a hypothetical question by CNN host Wolf Blitzer about how society should respond if a healthy 30-year-old man who decided against buying health insurance suddenly goes into a coma and requires intensive care for six months. Paul--a fierce limited-government advocate-- said it shouldn't be the government's responsibility. "That's what freedom is all about, taking your own risks," Paul said and was drowned out by audience applause as he added, "this whole idea that you have to prepare to take care of everybody…"

"Are you saying that society should just let him die?" Blitzer pressed Paul. And that's when the audience got involved.

Several loud cheers of "yeah!" followed by laughter could be heard in the Expo Hall at the Florida State Fairgrounds in response to Blitzer's question.

You can watch the exchange below via CNN-- the clip begins at the 23:30 mark:

Paul disagreed with the audience on that front. "No," he responded, noting he practiced medicine before Medicaid when churches took care of medical costs--a comment that drew wide audience applause. "We never turned anybody away from the hospital."

Paul voiced support for legalizing alternative health care and argued that the reason medical costs have skyrocketed is that individuals have stopped taking personal responsibility for their health care.

Though Paul spoke to the larger issue of health care and government-backed health insurance--both pivotal issues in the 2012 election--the audience's reaction has overshadowed the substance of the exchange on the debate podium. And the day after the event, Texas Gov. Rick Perry offered his own criticism of the audience response.
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Looking at the front page of Yahoo, and reading the headline could make you think Ron Paul supports killing the uninsured, which is the opposite of what he actually said.  Of course, they point that out several paragraphs in...and just below the "clip" box.
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I made a comment on that article and now they won't allow comments and have apparently erased all of the previous ones.   ::)
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Ron Paul: Time to stop spending trillions on war
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By Lucy Madison September 12, 2011 9:28 PM

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Monday that America could save trillions of dollars if the country cut funding from wars - "and all the nonsense that we do around the world." The Texas Representative argued in Monday's Republican presidential debate that, rather than eliminating programs like Social Security and prescription drug benefits for seniors, America could reduce trillions' worth of spending in conflicts abroad . "I agree that Social Security is broke. We spent all the money and it's on its last legs unless we do something," Paul said, when asked if he thought Social Security was a "Ponzi scheme" - a phrase his GOP contender and fellow Texan Rick Perry has used to describe the entitlement program. But Paul stopped short of suggesting Social Security should be eliminated, noting instead that "One bill that I had in congress never got passed was to prevent the congress from spending any of that money on the wars and all the nonsense that we do around the world." Indeed, when asked about repealing a prescription drug benefit plan for seniors, Paul said that despite his initial opposition to the plan, its repeal "sure wouldn't be on my high list" when there were cuts to be found elsewhere. "We should never have started it; I voted against it," Paul said, of the program. "But that sure wouldn't be on my high list."  "I'd find a lot of cuts a lot of other places," he said. "As a matter of fact, on Social Security, it is already being reformed because the cost of living increases aren't there, so the value is going down. So no, there's places we should cut." He continued: "I'm not sure I can get anybody to agree with me on this panel, but we spend $1.5 trillion overseas in wars that we don't need to be in and we need to cut there."

On the left and the right, the American people only have one anti-war candidate available!


I read this article the other day and it left me wondering why they would even mention Ron Paul and ending the wars.

I'm always expecting omissions and propaganda tricks from the MSM when they report on this stuff.

I just don't trust CBS or any of our corporate media for that matter.


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Front page of Yahoo has an article titled...

Audience at tea party debate cheers leaving uninsured to die
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/audience-tea-party-debate-cheers-leaving-uninsured-die-163216817.html


The audience did not cheer leaving the uninsured to die. They cheered a principaled politician who would not be manipulated by emotion-based hypotheticals.

That is what they were cheering, a man who stands for true liberty and who will not fall for Wolf Blitzer's bullshit, especially when Wolf helped kill over 1 million Iraqis by leading us to illegal wars!
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Audience at tea party debate cheers leaving uninsured to die

Anyone who LISTENS FOR THEMSELVES will hear that they don't cheer for that at all. Ron makes a statement about LIBERTY and they cheer THAT statement. Then the mod asks if 'We should let them die ?' and ONE or TWO idiots scream 'YEAH!!', and NOBODY cheers.

Total bleeding heart spin doctor BS, no conservative takes yahoo's spin jobs seriously.
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