• Obama gets his first 2012 presidential contender
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I'll vote for anybody except Obama and whoever the Republicans have.
[QUOTE=That___Guy;26921493][url]http://rentistoodamnhigh.org/[/url] Oh god the site is so bad[/QUOTE] [img]http://rentistoodamnhigh.org/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/jimmy_mad_as_hell_2c.jpg[/img]
If i lived in America i would vote for him, and i want you guys to vote for me. He'll be the second african-american president.
[QUOTE=Uberman77883;26977224]I'll vote for anybody except Obama and whoever the Republicans have.[/QUOTE] [img]http://www.dailypaul.com/files/images/kevin-tuma-ron-paul.gif[/img]
Oh and not Ron Paul either. I have a strange feeling about that one.
[QUOTE=Juan Tabo;26977302][img_thumb]http://rentistoodamnhigh.org/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/jimmy_mad_as_hell_2c.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] I have one word to say sad
This guy is to damn high to run for president.
[QUOTE=doggelito;26977019]Oh, I thought he was talking about Obama. Ron is a cool guy.[/QUOTE] How can you say someone who wants to abolish the civil rights act is "a good guy" unless you're a racist yourse- oops I forgot who I was replying to He'll also see to it that abortion is banned and gays can never marry, he's a moron through and through
I know who I'm voting for.
[QUOTE=Uberman77883;26977451]Oh and not Ron Paul either. I have a strange feeling about that one.[/QUOTE] I think it's because he kinda sounds like Breen. [editline]27th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=Zeke129;26990117]How can you say someone who wants to abolish the civil rights act is "a good guy" unless you're a racist yourse- oops I forgot who I was replying to He'll also see to it that abortion is banned and gays can never marry, he's a moron through and through[/QUOTE] Oop look who cares more about the person than his political views. He made it very clear that while he is personally opposed to abortion he would have no business as a president to interfere with that.
[QUOTE=Zeke129;26990117]How can you say someone who wants to abolish the civil rights act is "a good guy" unless you're a racist yourse- oops I forgot who I was replying to He'll also see to it that abortion is banned and gays can never marry, he's a moron through and through[/QUOTE] well im glad you dont live in america no voting for you haha
[QUOTE=FPChris;26977322]If i lived in America i would vote for him, and i want you guys to vote for me. He'll be the second african-american president.[/QUOTE] Voting for him because of his race would be racist.
I'll vote for him.
[QUOTE=Moose;26977337][img_thumb]http://www.dailypaul.com/files/images/kevin-tuma-ron-paul.gif[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] that is such a stereotypical political cartoon it's brilliant. i don't think the pig has enough money on him I can't tell he's rich.
[QUOTE=Zeke129;26990117]How can you say someone who wants to abolish the civil rights act is "a good guy" unless you're a racist yourse- oops I forgot who I was replying to He'll also see to it that abortion is banned and gays can never marry, he's a moron through and through[/QUOTE] Yes let's all pick our candidates based on their social views rather than stuff that will actually matter and be affected by the president [editline]27th December 2010[/editline] [QUOTE=TH89;26923014]He opposes any kind of federal civil rights legislation whatsoever His position is basically that of the Confederate South during the Civil War.[/QUOTE] [quote]Q: In a speech you gave in 2004, the 40th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, you said: “Contrary to the claims of supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the act did not improve race relations or enhance freedom. Instead, the forced integration dictated by the Civil Rights Act increased racial tensions while diminishing individual liberty.” That act gave equal rights to African-Americans to vote, to live, to go to lunch counters, and you seem to be criticizing it. A: Well, we should do this at a federal level, it’d be OK for the military. Just think of how the government caused all the segregation in the military until after World War II. Q: You would vote against the Civil Rights Act, if it was today? A: If it were written the same way, where the federal government’s taken over property--it has nothing to do with race relations. It has nothing to do with racism, it has to do with the Constitution and private property rights.[/quote] [url=http://www.ontheissues.org/2008/Ron_Paul_Civil_Rights.htm]Source[/url] Sounds like you don't know what you're talking about
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