watching the republicans debate tonight

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Shane99X, May 15, 2007.

  1. Shane99X

    Shane99X Senior Member

    ROFLMFAO!!!


    Anyone else just watch Hannity and Paul go at it?

    I knew that shallow bitch was going to say something, and he did.

    Yeah, the repubs will not allow a non-interventionist to win the nomination, regardless of how well he does in the polls.

    They've already crossed that line.

    socialists.

    They'd rather Giuliani lose to Clinton so the Party can bitch about it for 4 years than to have someone win who's not willing to sell out the country for oil or famile ties(yeah i'm looking at you bush and saudi), the nau, or the nwo.
     
  2. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Of course Hannity has nothing to say about the US giving Saddam his chemical weapons.
     
  3. DQ Veg

    DQ Veg JUSTYNA'S TIGER

    I didn't see the debate, but I didn't realize I'd said anything funny....
     
  4. Shane99X

    Shane99X Senior Member

    you didnt, they are doing the after-debates interviews with the 10 candidates, and hannity is a perfect gentleman with everyone(including those he disagrees with on abortion and gun rights) but gets extremely tiffy with paul over foriegn policy.

    believe me, it was funny.

    "You mean America sometimes makes mistakes and must learn from them?!?!"
     
  5. Shane99X

    Shane99X Senior Member

    And i like how Colmes tried to trap Paul with the abortion issue and fell on his face.


    is it just me or does Colmes look like a 76 year old woman?
     
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    I think I should turn the TV on for once....
     
  7. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    He looks like a turtle or some kind of bug... a grasshopper perhaps.
     
  8. DQ Veg

    DQ Veg JUSTYNA'S TIGER

    That's even more reason why I think that the Repubs intend to run Condy against Clinton-it will be one female candidate against another, and I actually think that Condy is electable (I mean, of course she is, if the Repub establishment wants her in there). That's my theory, at least. Time will tell.
     
  9. Carlfloydfan

    Carlfloydfan Travel lover

    actually kind of makes me wish I had cable for once..sort of
     
  10. shaggie

    shaggie Senior Member

    18 more months of this stuff. :)

    .
     
  11. Skerb

    Skerb Member

    will bloomburg enter the race? is he electable?
     
  12. Scholar_Warrior

    Scholar_Warrior Be Love Now

    Fuck what the repubs think!!! It is up to us, the People, to vote someone into that office! It's been too long since Americans stood up for what is best!

    Fuck Apathy! Do What Is Right. It is time for us to STAND UP FOR OUR FREEDOM BEFORE IT IS GONE!

    Remember: North American Union by 2010....

    Do something about it.
     
  13. Scholar_Warrior

    Scholar_Warrior Be Love Now

    Fuck what the "repubs" think!!! It is up to us, the People, to vote someone into that office! It's been too long since Americans stood up for what is best!

    Fuck Apathy! Do What Is Right. It is time for us to STAND UP FOR OUR FREEDOM BEFORE IT IS GONE!

    Remember: North American Union by 2010....

    Do something about it.
     
  14. Shane99X

    Shane99X Senior Member

    that would be something.


    Ron Paul said he would eliminate the income tax his first week in office.

    I'm making a mess in my pants just thinking about it. [​IMG]
     
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    I'd vote for him for that reason, if not even for any other. The only problem is that I'm almost sure that it would take at least legislation, if not an amendment to the Constitution, to do that.

    Income tax was originally specifically prohibited by the Constitution when it was written, but in 1911 the federal government sponsored an amendment to the Constitution (the 16th amendment) that would allow it, and we've had it ever since.

    If the income tax was abolished, the federal government would have to start watching how it spends its money, and would no longer be able to fund its huge military-industrial complex and a new war of adventure every few years. Sure wouldn't hurt my feelings at all.
     
  16. Scholar_Warrior

    Scholar_Warrior Be Love Now

    He also wants to restore our currency to a commodity based currency, as opposed to the fiat currency we currently have.

    This would require the government to return to the gold standard, the silver standard, or some other standard. In other words, as it once was, you would again be able to take a $100. bill in and trade it for $100. worth of gold, or whatever the standard was.

    This is an important point in conjunction with doing away with income tax, because without a commodity based currency, the Fed could continue to print more money as they wanted to, which creates inflation. Every time they do that, and they do it quite frequently lately, it makes the money in your wallet worth a little less.

    Peace
     

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