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10 thoughts on “Ron Paul’s Age-Gap Politics of “No”

  1. I agree with Ron Paul's positions. The problem for me is that his positions are so radically different from what our economy looks like today that I have to wonder what the transition would look like. If he can't provide a very credible, detailed and easily understood presentation on this transition, then what he provides is only a dream. If this presentation exists, I am very interested in seeing it. Help me find it please.

  2. adamenochnoah says:

    "Infowars is calling on patriots to start a movement to draft Ron Paul as the head of a brand new effort to restore the Republic, restore the bill of rights and opt out of the counterfeit America the banking elite has subverted and fashioned to serve their own interests."

  3. I don't think the average Joe Blow, in the street and in the media, has a clue as to how great a man walked among us these past 35 years. They will know, more and more, as time goes on.

  4. I'm in my late 50's and I don't believe my children and grandchildren should "pay their fair share". There is no "fair share" anymore since everything entrusted to the government has been squandered by the Boomer Generation. The % of social security taxes went up in the 80's in order to build up the trust fund for when the Boomers started retiring, but Clinton and the Gingrich-led Congress of 1996 stole what was left in the trust funds to "balance the budget" and pretend there was actually a surplus. I don't expect to get a dime in SS when I retire, which is looking more and more like a pipedream anyway.

  5. All these young people will be the ones to suffer they wont no what the good old days were like All they will no is what we tell them They will be prisoners of the Goverment that will make them work for them and give all there money to the goverment and live where your are told to live eat what your are alowed to have and If you are lucky you might get to see a doctor if you are real sick I truly feel sorry for them I will be gone but they will have to sufer and they are to dumb to realize what is happening to them

    • I wouldn't say young people are dumb. They know the score. It's our generation the Boomers that let them down. When I hear Boomers wax nostalgic about how much freer and less regulated we were "when I was a kid", they conveniently forget that it's the Boomer generation that has turned America into a tax-riddled, bankrupt police state.

      • Texas Chris says:

        The kids coming up now are not going to take being shaken down to pay for programs their parents and grandparents put in place, programs they themselves will never benefit from.

        They'll revolt.

        People who prepared for the eventual demise of the welfare state will be comfortable. Those who did not will work until they die.

  6. [...] Read the full article from Economist Gary North at TeaPartyEconomist.com [...]

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