I Pledge Resistance, to the Nazi Flag, of the United Police States of America, and to the Private Federal Reserves for which it stands. One Corporation, under Goldman Sachs, unaccountable, with poverty and slavery for all.
by the msm avoiding talking about ron paul, they're giving ron paul that much more attention
In a way yes. The point is that the status quo is doing it's utmost to keep him a moot point. The tyranny couldn't be any worse if it tried.
Dude, in any scenario, I'll be doing a lot better than you.
Funny video. So why does Fox have some sort of obvious agenda against Ron Paul?
Cowpunk, how is that Greenscam/Bernake thing workin' out for ya! Are they still really, really super smart in yer opinion! Or evil doers who screwed the West intentionally!
Dick Tator (08-21-2011)
Cr that isn't a right wing fantasy it is a populist fantasy and trying to devine where on the political line any populist stands is an exercise in futility. In certain regards Doc is more of a populist than a libertarian or a conservative.
And he is being ignored not because the soupers have anything against him but because Bachman's mere existence is a huge affront to them and so she is going to be their preferred target du jure.
^Being to tough on Cowpunk alert!
It ALMOST seems like time for a CRAZY LEFTIST APPRECIATION THREAD! optimus, teller, ganja, and other leftists have really had the TRUTH smack them around lately. Let's show some support, when applicable, despite their delusional views and nasty dispositions!
Not quite CR. The economy made it's greatest gains between 1800 and 1900 when gold, and silver, and to a lesser extent copper were the primary medium of exchange.
That might possibly have had something to do with the Industrial Revolution instead of monetary policy.
Also, I would suggest that we in reality made equal gains to the post 1950 period, not greater.
Sorry no. The economy was essentially flat from 1932 to 1961 when the Kennedy tax cut gave it a brief lift and then it flattened again after the Great Society took effect. By the time Nixon the scummiest rino ever took office thigs were so bad that Nixon implemeted wage and price controls which didn't work either. By the time the Carter maladministrtion was over we had unemployment was close to where it is now, the prime was near 20% and the inflation rate was nearing double digits. Until the Reagan tax cuts came down the pike going into full effect by the end of 82 the economy had gained almost nothing since the recession following WWII.
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