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#474 - anon
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(11/16/2012) [-]
"the real representative government left years ago"
#472 - ninegagfourlife
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FUNNY OC PLZ THUMB I WORKED HARD ON IT

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SRY I CANT POST LINKS BUT JUST REMOOV SPACE PLZ
#475 to #472 - ihavenipplez
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#468 - dtcrawl
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Can anyone show me where he said this please?
#465 - anon
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(11/16/2012) [-]
SO BRAVE
#464 - joee
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(11/16/2012) [-]
**joee rolled a random image posted in comment #27960 at Slice of Life thread 3 ** hfw
**joee rolled a random image posted in comment #27960 at Slice of Life thread 3 ** hfw
#452 - anon
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(11/16/2012) [-]
huh. so is this the face of a man whose very soul has testicles the size of desktop computers?
#450 - foleydignis
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(11/16/2012) [-]
and im just sitting here, masturbating
#443 - lieutenantderp
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Ron Paul is soooo ************* brave
#427 - idriveclutch
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(11/16/2012) [-]
I find it funny how people make fun of republicans, and treat Ron Paul like a god, and he is one of the more extreme republicans.......
#473 to #427 - LiamNeeson
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Those aren't real republicans. They are meant to conserve- hence conservatives. Therefore they should be sticking to the roots of the constitution, but they don't. He does, and people like him for it. Just because you dislike a group doesn't mean there aren't exceptions though. The world isn't black and white.
#453 to #427 - ninjasquirle
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(11/16/2012) [-]
This is why I supported Gary Johnson he was the best candidate by far, he had the small government views like Ron Paul but didn't have the other extreme beliefs Paul did. Johnson was a true libertarian but he was the Libertarian candidate so you know we got like 1% of the vote again.
#476 to #453 - brutalfistfuck
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I voted for Gary Johnson as well! However, even though Paul had some serious views, he always said that if he were to be president, he wouldn't be poking his head in and messing around with people's personal decisions, like marriage and drug use. He once said in an interview after some guy asked him his position on gay marriage, something like "It doesn't matter! My opinion should in no way effect how the people of America choose to go about their lives." Gary Johnson is a bit safer, and now that he and Paul have inspired such a revolution, maybe we could finally have some actual change in the next couple of years, regardless of which president.
#482 to #476 - elgringogordo **User deleted account**
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#480 to #476 - ninjasquirle
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My only issue is that people are associating those kind of views with Ron Paul when those have been the stances of the Libertarian party for a long time, Paul is a smart man but he isn't the golden god alot of people on FJ think he is.
#458 to #453 - idriveclutch
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Tha'ts who I voted for too
#467 to #458 - ninjasquirle
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What I really like is all the people on here shouting Ron Paul yet completely ignore the guy who went into his state with debt left with a billion surplus, fixed numerous state problems, pro choice, pro gay marriage, small government, reasonable and is known for compromising with others on issues, he really was a great candidate just a shame he never got news time even though his head was actually on straight.
#421 - mrdudemanguyperson
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Preston Brooks beat Charles Sumner down in congress like a BAWS
#456 to #421 - ocelot
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(11/16/2012) [-]
"hit him again" was written on a bunch of canes in his office the next day
#419 - rainbowsgoboomtwo **User deleted account**
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#418 - jaymebingo
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Good day mates, I'm Jayme Bingo!
#411 - ihaventsleptyetfml
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#406 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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#425 to #406 - potatotown
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(11/16/2012) [-]
its all perspective, hes like a diamond in a pile of cow ****. Hes not perfect, but compared to the other candidates, he is pretty ****** good
#413 to #406 - harryblazer
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because Romey and Obama both suck. At the time when there was still alot of other candidates running, and he seemed ALOT better than any other choice. I think people (including mysef) were just mad to see him go so early
#415 to #413 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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#410 to #406 - srskate
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Hope is a powerful thing.
#414 to #410 - victoreznov
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I had to do it.
#412 to #410 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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#422 to #412 - digdan
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Its always time for obama
#424 to #422 - corundum
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Damn straight.
#431 to #424 - digdan
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(11/16/2012) [-]
omg, that made my day. Lol
#434 to #431 - corundum
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(11/16/2012) [-]
I saved it on my phone so I can text it to anyone whenever they bring up the election.
#405 - Mockingjay ONLINE
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(11/16/2012) [-]
A majority of Ron Paul's policies that I've actually taken the time to read up on I agree with. The only thing I despise about this country is the people we decide to elect to LEAD OUR COUNTRY. For ***** sake people. Romney and Obama kept talkin' about how they are going to improve conditions for the working class. They don't know a damn thing about the working class because they were never ******* there. This all ties back to the Socratic belief that the best leaders begin in a dark cave with little knowledge, only to be given the opportunity to leave the cave to learn and understand all these new and amazing things, only to go BACK to the cave and teach the rest for the good of the State. We have a bunch of upper class morons who have no idea what a dollar bill is.
#402 - riceronijabrony
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(11/16/2012) [-]
I think this was his Farewell to Politics entirely. He's old, he'll be 81 in 2016, too old for a president. However, his message will live on through our generation. It up to us to carry on his message, it's up to us to change the ******** two-party system. We need to change this country, we need to start a rEVOLution.
#432 to #402 - ilovehitler
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Everyone else is planning a revolution, and I'm just sitting here masturbating.
#397 - AliCattLovee
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Anyone have that little guy with the same colour background as FJ saying "Said no one ever" or something like that..
#433 to #397 - ilovehitler
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#448 to #433 - raigen
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Noone asked you.
#451 to #448 - ilovehitler
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If you click enter five times, it doesn't look better
#454 to #451 - raigen
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Eyup, indeed it does, take this... You have bested me.
Eyup, indeed it does, take this... You have bested me.
#392 - phatsno
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(11/16/2012) [-]
a true America patriot and badass
#391 - hunterdubb
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Can someone please tell me if Ron Paul is or is not running again.. I heard that he is not going to run again but that his son will? Can some one please clear this up for me. Thank you

inb4 red thumbs for asking a question..
#398 to #391 - holdup
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(11/16/2012) [-]
I do not think he is.
#426 to #398 - hunterdubb
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(11/16/2012) [-]
okay yea that is what I was thinking, thanks a lot
#471 to #426 - dnaahht
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(11/16/2012) [-]
Rand Paul, his son, is supposed to be running in 2016 Hes very similar to his dad, I'll probably vote for him.