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yabuturtle Aug 13th, 2011 01:35 AM

Ron Paul should be elected
 
No I wouldn't normally vote for politicians as many are very corrupt, but as far as I know Ron Paul has been the most honest and consistent politician I've seen and that's a way to tell if someone is good. He hasn't flip flopped as far as I know. I know he doesn't like the Patriot Act, income tax, Federal Reserve, and stopping the wars in the middle east. He has not only wanted to bring troops back from the middle east, but everywhere for that matter, like Japan, South Korea, Germany ect. Also stopping the war on drugs, and he'd let the states decide which drugs ought to be legal and which should be illegal, as the Federal government has no right or authority to prohibit drugs. And besides prohibition has never worked. It didn't work for alcohol and it's not working for marijuana and heroin and other drugs. Also he would not have prostitution illegal. Basically he wants the states to have more rights, have a better foreign aid and stop reckless spending. He should have been elected in 1988 when he first ran. I'm thinking we wouldn't have these problems that we have now if he was elected back then. I recommend voting for him for 2012.

Pentegarn Aug 13th, 2011 06:58 AM

I don't see any spam links, but it is the typical spambot's wall of text.

Taking bets people spambot or no?

yabuturtle Aug 13th, 2011 07:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pentegarn (Post 737535)
I don't see any spam links, but it is the typical spambot's wall of text.

Taking bets people spambot or no?

Well that was quite an idiotic remark to say it is likes of a spam bot, which I myself am not. And what does that have to do with anything. If you can stay on topic.

k0k0 Aug 13th, 2011 10:42 AM

It's because usually posts that late at night from someone random are spam bots. Take no offense non-bot.

And I don't think Ron Paul has a chance in hell. In a better, smarter world he'd be president, but we don't live in a smart world. And even if he had the votes, the companies that control the world wouldn't allow it. If he did get in office, he'd get barely any support for any actions he'd want to take. The president is a figurehead and not much more.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yabuturtle (Post 737538)
Well that was quite an idiotic remark to say it is likes of a spam bot, which I myself am not. And what does that have to do with anything. If you can stay on topic.

You talk like a ****** out of Nigeria. Are you a prince?

Pentegarn Aug 13th, 2011 05:45 PM

Or maybe you are the sort of spambot that wants to sell me cheap Viagra

Also

Quote:

Originally Posted by yabuturtle (Post 737538)
Well that was quite an idiotic remark to say it is likes of a spam bot, which I myself am not. And what does that have to do with anything. If you can stay on topic.

"to say it is likes of a spam bot" is Engrish, which is in fact the native tongue of the spambot

Shrubfest Aug 13th, 2011 06:02 PM

I think Ron Jeremy should be elected.

Sam Aug 13th, 2011 06:03 PM

I THOUGHT THIS THREAD SAID "RU PAUL" AT FIRST.

Pentegarn Aug 13th, 2011 06:05 PM

I'd vote for Ru Paul, remember its foray into music?

yabuturtle Aug 13th, 2011 06:39 PM

Yeah that's nice. Anyway, I'd figure I'd vote for him as he'd let the states decide on more issues like prostitution, drugs, gambeling ect. I feel our Federal government kind of interferes too much and sometimes overrides state laws. He's really more a libertarian than a republican. I figure he'd be good or at least better than Obama and Romney.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 06:53 PM

Yeah, good idea. Let the states get out of control and spill their drugs and prostitution and all the crime that goes along with it into the other states. Then when they need help cleaning it up, all the other states have to pitch in because everyone hates it when a crack house opens on their block. Brilliant! People like you never think about their neighbors or the long term effect of what you do.

yabuturtle Aug 13th, 2011 07:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tadao (Post 737635)
Yeah, good idea. Let the states get out of control and spill their drugs and prostitution and all the crime that goes along with it into the other states. Then when they need help cleaning it up, all the other states have to pitch in because everyone hates it when a crack house opens on their block. Brilliant! People like you never think about their neighbors or the long term effect of what you do.

Yes! It is a brilliant idea. Think about it. This War on Drugs is a total failure. We've spent billions of dollars on this, there's STILL a lot of crime, people are STILL using drugs, and why should we throw people in jail instead of, you know, actually helping them. You're so naive. Thinking that states will actually get out of control because of it. Marijuana and heroin among other drugs USED to be legal for most of the time in America, and not everyone fucking used drugs. It wasn't a horrible time and not everyone did it. What you're implying is if we legalized drugs now, EVERYONE'S gonna start using drugs. Would you use heroin and I made it legal today? Come on be reasonable. People are gonna use drugs whether you make them legal or not. Didn't you do any history homework? Didn't you know that we prohibited alcohol in this country. And look what happened there! It was a fucking disaster. It bred more crime, and basically created the Al Capones. I mean there was a reason why we repealed it, because it didn't work and it's not working now. At the very least marijuana should be legalized. That's not nearly as dangerous as cigarettes or alcohol

Esuohlim Aug 13th, 2011 07:09 PM

BOB DOLE

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 07:29 PM

You obviously have never lived around a crack house or have junkie friends. But go ahead and walk around with your Ron Paul button. I'm sure you will get what you deserve.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 07:45 PM

Hey Pent, aren't you a Ron Paul kinda guy? I'd be more interesting in talking about this with you since you realize that this is 2011 and a lot of things have changes since 1920. I'm sure you realize by what I said before that not everyone is going to do drugs. In fact what I said was a small amount of people will and it will become localized into those areas and the crime rate will spread out into the neighbors who don't want anything to do with it.

This moron is just going to throw out Ron Paul talking points at us.

Sam Aug 13th, 2011 07:52 PM

Let's go back to the Ru Paul talking points.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 08:10 PM

He makes an ugly man. :(

Pentegarn Aug 13th, 2011 09:05 PM

While I am in the Ron Paul mold, I just don't trust any of the r-party currents. I was all about Romney once but the luster went off that coin awhile ago

I'll probably vote libertarian again just because

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 09:08 PM

So are you all for the states being able legalize drugs and prostitution without the bordering states having a say in the mater?

k0k0 Aug 13th, 2011 09:10 PM

I'm up for pot and prostitutes, but the harder drugs no. Make prostitution legal and it will be safer for the johns and ladies who are going to do it anyways.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 09:15 PM

You would think that right? You are assuming that people in general are decent human beings.

k0k0 Aug 13th, 2011 09:19 PM

I mean, if prostitution is a valid business it'll end up like in las vegas where there are whore ranches for the chicks so it's safer. The ladies get checked often and there's protection from jerk asses.

yabuturtle Aug 13th, 2011 09:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tadao (Post 737641)
You obviously have never lived around a crack house or have junkie friends. But go ahead and walk around with your Ron Paul button. I'm sure you will get what you deserve.

You haven't added any sort of rebuttal so I'm gonna assume you really have no argument to back up your claims, and therefore you have no idea what you are talking about. On the contrary, I have had junkie friends in the past. Just because I would want the drugs to be legal, doesn't mean I want people to use drugs. It's their right to use it. It's there personal choice, and their choice alone. As I said the government can't make you a better person and it can't make you follow good habits. That is what you fail to understand. Prohibition of drugs SOUNDS good, but just because it sounds good doesn't mean that it is good. It didn't work for alcohol. It didn't work back then, there's no reason to think it would work now with other drugs. What more proof do you need? Besides it wouldn't be legal everywhere. Ron wants the STATES to decide, meaning if you don't like your area that consists of crack houses and junkies, move somewhere else. Besides drugs is just part of his policy. I know that would at least let hospitals use medical marijuana.

The other candidates have flip flopped so many times, Ron has been consistent and accurately predicted many of the problems we now go through today. I don't see any other person better than Ron at the moment.

k0k0 Aug 13th, 2011 09:26 PM

Ok, I was on your side yabu until your weird spelling and long rants got the better of me. You can eat a bag of ron paul dicks. They're creamier than the other candidates and less filling.

Tadao Aug 13th, 2011 09:38 PM

Yeah, political nuts always ignore what they don't want to read. That's why I moved on to other posters.

Kokonutjub, while the girls will be protected the neighbors won't. It's not like I don't do a ton of drugs and fuck whores. I love my meth. I just don't want the people I smoke it with knowing where I live. And whores? Man a bitch who has sex for money is not to be trusted. Let's have them bitches a stones throw from my house. :(


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