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Uncle Bill
01-11-2013, 02:19 PM
Is Ron Paul a Christian? Is Ron Paul a believer in right to life? How can you be a real libertarian following Ron Paul's beliefs, that are not any way close to what you believe in these principles? Pick and choose all you want, Franco, but hypocrisy is still easy seen as hypocrisy.

UB

Franco
01-11-2013, 02:25 PM
RP believes that the individual states should determine those issues. I agree with that.

I respect the indiviuals right to believe in what they do, unlike you, the Repubicans, and Democratics.

Bill, you are really reaching for anyhting. Maybe you can defend Newt's raid on Social Security from the early 90's to balance budgets and why the government still owes SS nearly 3 trillion from that raid.

huntinman
01-11-2013, 02:28 PM
RP believes that the individual states should determine those issues. I agree with that.

I respect the indiviuals right to believe in what they do unlike the Repubican and Democratic aprties.

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No you don't... if you did you wouldn't be incessantly blathering on about people that are Republicans and are too stupid to see the libertarian light as you do.

Franco
01-11-2013, 02:35 PM
No you don't... if you did you wouldn't be incessantly blathering on about people that are Republicans and are too stupid to see the libertarian light as you do.

It is you that is blind thinking that solutions lay with a dysfunctional political party! The Repubs are a huge reason we are in the financial mess we are in. But you don't want to open you eyes to facts.

You are also incapble of debating or defending your positions which is evident in your responces on posts.

huntinman
01-11-2013, 02:42 PM
It is you that is blind thinking that solutions lay with a dysfunctional political party! The Repubs are a huge reason we are in the financial mess we are in. But you don't want to open you eyes to facts.

You are also incapble of debating or defending your positions which is evident in your responces on posts.

My position is you are full of it... I defende that in the prior post.

Franco
01-11-2013, 02:51 PM
And, my position is that you are a part of the problem. Your willingness to support the status quo of big spending over-bearing government! Not along ago you were suggesting that the USA go to war with Iran. How about the fact that you didn't like Romney until he won the nomination? Yet, you are critical of the people that want to reform government and make it work for the people instead of the special interest. Why can YOU not articulate a defense of the Repub's policies? I'd say that you are the one that is full of it!

huntinman
01-11-2013, 03:27 PM
And, my position is that you are a part of the problem. Your willingness to support the status quo of big spending over-bearing government! Not along ago you were suggesting that the USA go to war with Iran. How about the fact that you didn't like Romney until he won the nomination? Yet, you are critical of the people that want to reform government and make it work for the people instead of the special interest. Why can YOU not articulate a defense of the Repub's policies? I'd say that you are the one that is full of it!

Show me the post where I said we should go to war with Iran...

The nomination process is just that... I don't recall bad mouthing Romney... maybe you can find that post while you are looking for the Iran war post... But, when the nomination is in hand, unlike you... I back the winner...

Remember your boy RP was in the process too. But when it was clear he was going to lose, all of you Libertarian republican conservative moonbats or whatever you call yourselves took your ball and ran off calling foul because RP lost.