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Re: [ronpaul-529] Falling on Principle

From: Dale B.
Sent on: Saturday, November 3, 2012 8:26 PM
I would like to see a Libertarian, like Harry Browne, or Michael Badnarik, or Wayne Allen Root who have put their money, their time, their effort and dedication into the Libertarian Party, who helped build it from the ground up. Mr. Barr and now Mr. Johnson have "turned" from Republican to Libertarian (with the "war chest") to basically usurp the nomination from people who are Libertarian, who studied the party's and said, "I am a Libertarian, and there I will do what I can." but it is 'all about the money' and there is no principal or principle.
My opinion is Mr Barr and Mr. Johnson should have put their money into the campaign of the Libertarian candidate.

The situation is grave in Texas, where John Jay Myers does not have a chance at being our Senator. Kathy Glass is a Libertarian, a Texan and was the best choice for Governor of Texas (after Debra Medina who was destroyed by Glenn Beck so Gov. Perry could destroy his own presidential hope by not being able to name more than 2 of the 3 bureaus that need to be eliminated from the Federal Government).
Gary Johnson is NOT a Libertarian because he is/was an elected Republican to a governmental office and you sure cannot get elected as a Republican by having "Libertarian-leaning" ideas. see Ron Paul-2012, 2008, 2004, etc.
 
CYUVC
Epictatus Free Radical
 
 
 
 


From: Richard Koch <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, November 3,[masked]:12 PM
Subject: Re: [ronpaul-529] Falling on Principle

How exactly is Gary Johnson not a Libertarian?  Look at his voting record as Governor and he is obviously a Libertarian who has always stood for less government.
On the other hand, Romney is in no way a Republican, but more of a progressive as his time as governor was spent growing government versus reducing it.  Not to mention Romneys stance in favor of gun control like Obama. 
More loss of liberty is what we can expect with either Romney or Obama.

From: Dale Boecker <[address removed]
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, November 3,[masked]:28 PM
Subject: Re: [ronpaul-529] Falling on Principle

I disagree COMPLETELY:
Nobody died in Korea for The Constitution or The United States of America!!!!!!!!!! or for any other FREEDOM!!!
NOBODY died in VIETNAM for The Constitution!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NOBODY died in Iraq for the Constitution!!!!!!!!!!!!              in all these cases THE US government tried to shove OUR FREEDOM down their throat!!!!!!!!! to no avail!!!!!!!!!!!

They didn't even die for the "free flow of oil at market prices"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

These arguments might have been more relevant for the Primary in the Republican Primary,,,, where hardly anybody, gave a dammmm about The Constitution!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Romney and Obama sat for quite some time agreeing about "foreign policy" calling it a "debate"!!!!

This Johnson character is an imposter,,, a "real" Republican trying to gain some "personal somethingorother" I don't know what! He ran tot The Libertarian Party with a bundle of REPUBLICAN MONEY and won the nomination on that MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He had to be "briefed" on Libertarian principles and concepts,,, along, of course with CONSTITUTIONAL principles and concepts!!!!!!!!!!!!

VOTE YOUR CONSCIENCE in the presidential,,,,, but there are a lot of Libertarians in races where there are NO DEMOCRATS!!! and there is where we need to show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So, the main point is VOTE FOR A REAL Republcan, NOT an IMPOSTER Libertarian!!!!!!!!!! 

Someday, Somehow, we will get a REAL LIBERTARIAN with money to run for PRESIDENT on the LIBERTARIAN ticket!!!!
CYUVC
Epictatus Free Radical
 
 
 
 


From: Dillon Shultz <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, November 3,[masked]:39 PM
Subject: [ronpaul-529] Falling on Principle

Some really good points in this video:

http://conservativevideos.com/2012/11/falling-on-principle-why-you-should-not-vote-for-ron-paul/


From: Richard Koch <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, November 3,[masked]:00 PM
Subject: RE: [ronpaul-529] Fw: The Earpiece


No surprise.  Obama and Romney are both snakes that dont deserve the vote of any informed Americans.
A vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil!

From my Android phone on T-Mobile. The first nationwide 4G network.

shirley Kinder <[address removed]> wrote:
 
Anyone know if this is true?
 
Not sure if this is true or not but i certainly wouldn't be a bit surprised!
HE WAS TAKING ORDERS & TIP FROM HIS "TRUTH" STAFF!!!!!

 
WELL WELL, be sure to click on the link!
I predicted he would wear an ear piece, so I looked for it, and saw it during the debate - you can fool some of the people (Dems) all of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people (us)
CHEATER CHEATER PUMKIN EATER
CLINT EASTWOOD WAS RIGHT ALL ALONG WHEN HE ADDRESSED THAT EMPTY CHAIR………..THAT WAS GREAT!
Subject: WELL WELL
 

 
David Axelrod was telling what to say all along. He couldn't use a teleprompter so he found another way to cheat.

 




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