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    Quote Originally Posted by plato View Post
    Yes, there are people who are blind and deaf. Napolitano wasn't targeting those people.



    Did Napolitano say anything that you don't already know? It did make EVERYONE (liberals, conservatives, libertarians, populists and everything else) feel good. That's all he did.
    Thank you for reeducating me my master of wisdom and progress...may I have my extra ration of rice now please .

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    But who is going to change the two party system in the US and how ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shermbodius View Post
    Very true..... Were screwed. Always like the Judge, he seemed like one of the most honest men on TV.
    Me too. I would have watched his show if I got FBN.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mein Teil View Post
    You are the evil Chinese professor aren't you?!
    Quote Originally Posted by Mein Teil View Post
    Thank you for reeducating me my master of wisdom and progress...may I have my extra ration of rice now please .

    those are your two posts in this thread thus far. They have nothing to do with this thread, hence no extra ration of rice for you. Now, go beg elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tluassa View Post
    But who is going to change the two party system in the US and how ?
    Well, some people suggested the European system of proportional representation. Critics argue that we may not get anything done with too many parties; for others the fact it is "European" turn them off. Personally, I think maybe we should still keep our plurality voting for the national elections, but use proportional system for the local election. That might be the right balance.

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    I guess he will be alright. I will stop sending the e-mail. =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by tluassa View Post
    But who is going to change the two party system in the US and how ?
    I believe that the Judge was broadly hinting at Ron Paul being one who would effect real change. I don't doubt it but I, like many others, are a bit weary of Paul as his policies tend to lead with the heart rather than the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiptox View Post
    I, like many others, are a bit weary of Paul as his policies tend to lead with the heart rather than the head.
    better than leading by the wallet.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgt_G View Post
    better than leading by the wallet.....
    Not necessarily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiptox View Post
    I believe that the Judge was broadly hinting at Ron Paul being one who would effect real change. I don't doubt it but I, like many others, are a bit weary of Paul as his policies tend to lead with the heart rather than the head.
    Paul is about the closest thing to a modern day Andrew Jackson, minus the slave ownership and Indian prejudice.

    Screw the idea for the "next Ronald Reagan" which seems to be the Holy Grail of the Republican Party. If you want a historical styled president, look at Andrew Jackson.
    -He payed off the national debt
    -He killed the National Debt that only forwarded interests of elites

    Ron Paul seems to fit that mold best, as crazy as he sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mein Teil View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    Screw the idea for the "next Ronald Reagan" which seems to be the Holy Grail of the Republican Party. If you want a historical styled president, look at Andrew Jackson.
    -He payed off the national debt
    -He killed the National Debt that only forwarded interests of elites.
    no one seems to be able to think that far back...even the 1970's seems to be pushing the average American person and candidate....

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    I'm sure Ron Paul would pay off national debt, along the way he would end up reducing the US GDP by 30%, followed by a period of great depression, promoting massive international instability and insecurity.

    The ship needs to change course badly, but the change needs to be gradual, and the plan needs to be graceful. Ron Paul is not the man to do that. His policies are not gradual, nor graceful.

    The current large public and private debt issues the US are facing are no excuse to wind the clock back 100 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveDash View Post
    I'm sure Ron Paul would pay off national debt, along the way he would end up reducing the US GDP by 30%, followed by a period of great depression, promoting massive international instability and insecurity.

    The ship needs to change course badly, but the change needs to be gradual, and the plan needs to be graceful. Ron Paul is not the man to do that. His policies are not gradual, nor graceful.

    The current large public and private debt issues the US are facing are no excuse to wind the clock back 100 years.
    With your logic we will gradually sail into destruction. But as long as we do it graceful, its ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit View Post
    Paul is about the closest thing to a modern day Andrew Jackson, minus the slave ownership and Indian prejudice.

    Screw the idea for the "next Ronald Reagan" which seems to be the Holy Grail of the Republican Party. If you want a historical styled president, look at Andrew Jackson.
    -He payed off the national debt
    -He killed the National Debt that only forwarded interests of elites

    Ron Paul seems to fit that mold best, as crazy as he sounds.
    I'd like another Calvin Coolidge, personally. Jackson was a little to fiery and crackpot-ish for my tastes.

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