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#62 - it's ok. we've been pissing ourselves for a while now. you get… 15 hours ago on Culture!!! +1
#7 - fixed  [+] (5 new replies) 12/19/2014 on Worse than no In-Flight WiFi +177
User avatar #41 - choobe (19 hours ago) [-]
"We got control of the airplane, what now?"
"Fly into another airpla waaaait..... change the WiFi name, then fly into another airplane"
User avatar #22 - garylol (12/19/2014) [-]
ORIGINAL JOKE
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#14 - altairibnlaahad (12/19/2014) [-]
Now in glorious Webm format.
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Thank you so much for sharing this.
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#19 - slyblade (12/18/2014) [-]
Nah, man. What's you got is called a genocidal idea, as long as you aint targeting women outside of tumblr its all good. Well as good as any genocide is... which isn't particulary good at all...
#24 - admin's alter ego 12/16/2014 on Having a great personality 0
#17 - fair enough  [+] (23 new replies) 12/16/2014 on This white guy got it right +24
#21 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
They lied about his numbers anyways, he was supposed to win but all they do on the media is lie.

Also, they had the AMAZING idea of using a new DIGITAL voting system and then had it counted by ANOTHER COUNTRY so it's guaranteed to be safe and effective! (sarcasm)
#299 - rebaj (12/17/2014) [-]
I can't agree more. This is a stupid gov't runned country. Although, I do ask myself. "Am I racist to be funny?"
User avatar #221 - chrispoot (12/16/2014) [-]
Is this where we call the payday gang to hack the voting machines?
User avatar #122 - greatgranpapy (12/16/2014) [-]
What was Ron Paul's platform? All i can find on the internet is stuff about how crazy he is.
#145 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
Basically, he wants to Follow the Constitution, The Document held above all other Documents for legal purposes in the United States of America.

You see the Constitution Guarantees our Rights and our Freedoms, and NOTHING can take them away. However for years and years countless corrupted politicians and business men have been sneaking in Unconstitutional Laws and Taxes, taking away our Freedoms AND our Prosperity.

America would still be the World Leaders in Industry and Wealth if were to go back to when it wasn't Illegal to ask the Government Questions or ask why a Cop shot a defenseless Person. When these things happen it's called "Tyranny" and should be the Farthest thing from what America is, sadly Tyranny is EXACTLY what America has become.

Ron Paul wants America to be Free, Ron Paul wants America to be Strong.

That is why THE MEDIA hates Ron Paul.
#287 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
"countless corrupted politicians and business men have been sneaking in Unconstitutional Laws and Taxes, taking away our Freedoms AND our Prosperity. " can you give me some examples?
User avatar #158 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
There's flaws with the Constitution though, and as much as I love Ron Paul I do disagree with a few of his ideas.
#294 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
You do have to keep in mind there will very likely never be a candidate with whom you agree 100%. If Ron Paul is to be considered an evil, he is, imho, the lesser of them all by far.
User avatar #307 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
He's by far from evil. He is the best there is right now, and I only disagree with a very minor few of his issues, such as that he places family ahead of the individual, a concept that I think may cause issues.
User avatar #159 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
No.

There are no flaws in the Constitution.

The only flaws you think there are is simply a twisted left-wing mutilation of what it once was.
#274 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
Lol you fucked moron. The entire point of the constitution was that it could be changed to suit our needs.
User avatar #160 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
Well slavery for one wasn't exactly covered in the initial Constitution, and you have to keep in mind that the Constitution is the greatest legal document in human history not necessarily because of its original contents as much as its flexibility. Also there's points that's not exactly clear, like the right to bear arms, which I'm totally for. Where to draw the line, though? I'm pro assault weapons.
User avatar #194 - commontroll (12/16/2014) [-]
The Bill of Rights said nothing about slavery, because the forefathers believed that moral dilemmas should be sorted out by the individual states and the people, not by the government. The reason the Civil war broke out was because both sides were wanting to have the entire nation have its laws based on their views, and the federal government was gaining more power than intended.

Also, as oceanfrank stated, it can be amended and added to, but the rights we have cannot be taken away legally.

Essentially, the Constitution is supposed to be as barebones as possible because forcing the entire nation to follow laws is going to leave at best a large amount of the people angry and upset, and the best way to avoid pissing off half the country is to have individual states decide how to run things, while the Federal government is in charge of keeping track of things and national security.
User avatar #241 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
Even if individual states decide laws (and mind you, raw, uncontrolled democracy is the definition of the tyranny of the majority) that blatantly abuse individual rights of its citizens?
User avatar #309 - commontroll (12/17/2014) [-]
Nigga, I never said democracy is the way to go, I'm just saying pissing off half the nation over a heated moral debate (for example, abortion) is going to cause strife and could potentially lead to a civil war, as evidenced by our past. America is and always has been a republic, and I do not suggest nor want democracy as it is, as you said, tyranny of the mob. But letting the states and the representatives of the people (who are voted in by the people, that's where the democratic in Democratic Republic comes from) decide on the issues for their local regions or states is a far better bet, due to different lifestyles and different cultures among different states.

An example for different regions having different views on a topic because of their landscape as opposed to culture, is gun control. Some people in cities want to take away every guns from everybody, while in the farmsteads of Idaho, farmers need guns to kill wolves that can kill their herds and flocks.

Forcing all of the nation, full of 315+ million citizens and God knows how many residents and illegal aliens, to agree and follow the same moral laws is like herding a thousand cats into the sea. It's not gonna happen.
User avatar #312 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
What about more obvious issues like public segregation or even slavery (I'm not black, I just can't think of any more obvious examples)? Do you wish to leave those to the representatives of the majorities of individual states?
User avatar #313 - commontroll (12/17/2014) [-]
It's hard to say, seeing how segregation was a result of what happened from the nation deciding on a moral dilemma on a federal level. Though slavery would have come to an end with the introduction of better machinery, just like it did in the North. The main problem was that until that machinery was created the South's industry was dependent on it, and slavery itself was a massive industry as well. Should it have been? No, but at the same time, it was a fairly new concept as far as history goes to have slavery abolished.

Anyway, I'm beginning to get off topic. With the nation trying to force the whole country into anti or pro slavery groups and any new states were alternating between slave and free, it caused a lot of strife and tension. Debates got worse and worse, people murdered each other over it, and eventually a war broke out that killed more Americans than any other war to date. I think that would have been avoided if people didn't butt into everybody else's business on a national level, and slavery still would have ended with enough scientific advancement, and the South wouldn't still be recovering from the destruction the North unleashed on them. Immigrants wouldn't have been forced to fight a Civil War they just moved into, and carpetbaggers wouldn't have oppressed Southern states, which led to the creation of the KKK, segregation, and plenty of riots and laws that are still in place today that were intended to disarm both former Confederates and freed slaves.

Other things could have come up, but I really do think having less federal decisions would have avoided a needless war that caused so much trouble for so long. Laws cannot change the hearts of men, nor culture. But the hearts of men change culture which changes the laws.
User avatar #316 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
Segregation was decided more on a state-by-state basis. Slavery never took hold as much in the North, it wasn't because of industrialism. Climate and the crops the North produced simply didn't work as well with mass plantation-based slavery as cotton in the South.

I think the Civil War helped in South in the grand scheme of things. Slavery would have hijacked and continue to run the Southern industries (no need for industrialization because massive labor force exists) for a very long time, until which cotton is no longer as profitable. Then, imagine, an entire South with millions of slaves without proper work to do but still under the ownership of their masters, while the economy and industry, both of which hadn't been diversified and would still be based (mainly) on cotton and thus would be totally outdated and useless. That would've destroyed the South.

And in the end, as an American I believe fundamental human rights to be first and foremost in this country, and slavery is something that shouldn't be allowed to exist at all.
User avatar #189 - oceanfrank (12/16/2014) [-]
The Constitution can be amended however. I dont know why you're being voted down tbh you're right about a bunch of rights and articles in the constitution but the founding fathers intentionally left it vague and up for interpretation because if they were to set something in stone then the country would have collapsed after about 3 or so years due to inner disagreements and shit. It'd be cool if we could all come to a consensus and NOT HAVE FUCKING POLITICAL PARTIES LIKE GEORGE WASHINGTON SAID NOT TO DO in order to justly and unanimously come to an agreement as to what certain articles and amendments mean.
User avatar #112 - marinepenguin (12/16/2014) [-]
I agree with you, I love Ron Paul and wish he would get elected to the Presidency, but one thing that hurt him is his stance on womens rights. He's from that older generation where he thinks a woman is best suited as a caretaker and mother, and many people don't agree with that.
User avatar #169 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
could you provide me any sources on this? this would be news to me if true
User avatar #199 - marinepenguin (12/16/2014) [-]
crooksandliars.com/heather/ron-paul-if-its-honest-rape-woman-should-g

This isn't exactly what I was saying, but it highlights one way how he's a little backwards with certain social issues. I mean otherwise he's a great dude, but he's an older man so of course he won't agree with certain social issues of our age.
User avatar #233 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
thanks
#15 - as a non american. why didn't you guys elect this guy? he seems based  [+] (111 new replies) 12/16/2014 on This white guy got it right +248
User avatar #259 - memeinmycoffee (12/17/2014) [-]
The same people who love him are the same people so jaded by democracy that they don't bother to vote.
#250 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
because voting machines are owned by companies and they'll make whoever they want president
#234 - sigsaw (12/16/2014) [-]
he would be assassinated for not fitting the agenda
User avatar #200 - niggastolemyname (12/16/2014) [-]
because dead people though about voting in terms of collective states voting for a nation instead of individuals voting for a nation poetry
But there is no political solution to the problem we're in, the problem is ingrained in the machinery our paradime
User avatar #195 - bulbakip (12/16/2014) [-]
WE FUCKIN TRIED.
User avatar #190 - commontroll (12/16/2014) [-]
Because mainstream media smears him like crazy, both Democrats and Republicans don't like his message, and whatever message the mainstream media portrays is what the people tend to vote for.
#181 - asurasxnight (12/16/2014) [-]
because Mitt Romney had more money and was able to squash the competition.
#179 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
Ron Paul is, literally, a white supremacist. He published a newsletter with Lew Rockwell for years under the names Ron Paul's Political Report, Ron Paul's Freedom Report, the Ron Paul Survival Report and the Ron Paul Investment Letter. In the newsletters he repeated made vile bigoted attacks against blacks and latinos. His current, gentler approach to his racism is to adopt the republican tactic that basically asserts people who point out and decry racism or work toward a more inclusive society that doesn't discriminate based on race are the REAL racists. Thus the quote above.
#156 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
Because he's too smart for the majority of our country.
#154 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
Because while he had maybe a couple of good ideas, besides that he's a nutjob.
User avatar #152 - jokerjack (12/16/2014) [-]
Because he has some great ideas for liberty and freedom and such, but has no solid plan for an economy and got picked apart in the debates for it
#128 - bagofshenanigans (12/16/2014) [-]
He had some cool views on foreign policy and the war, but I wasn't to keen on some of his economic policies. He wanted to put the US back on the gold standard which could have seriously botched the world economy.
#253 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
This
Libertarian social policies are pretty cool, their economic ones, generally less so.
User avatar #117 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
Because American citizens voting has absolutely no outcome on the winner. Sure, it makes people a but happier when their candidate wins, but really it's like saying "I like the color blue" in a courtroom. It's your opinion and nobody gives a shit

How it works is that people run for president, then end up dropping out of the running because "Hey, if you drop out I'll invite you to the bbq on my yacht next summer in the Caribbean." or "I can guarantee you x office if you drop out" so people leave. Look up lobbying because it's a load of shit that that's what our country is run on

So then it eventually comes down to 2 people running, generally Democrat and Republican, very rarely a 3rd party who actually has their shit together but the media hates them and makes them seem retarded so nobody votes for them. Then the electoral college votes, which is the representatives from each state vote for who they want, but it's based on the majority rules. Say a state has 100 representatives, if 49 vote republican and 51 vote democrat, all 100 votes go to the democratic candidate.

If you've read up on lobbying, that's what the whole thing really comes down to. Who can buy out more of the state. Because we're totally not being controlled by the Jews
User avatar #123 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
I thank god for the electoral college or we would have morons like you who believe the Jews rule the world choosing our leaders. That is the point of the electoral college to make sure the uneducated masses don't cause mob rule. It's a republic, not democracy. Learn the difference. The electoral college was founded by our founding fathers BTW. None of them were Jews, but they were men much much smarter than you.
User avatar #165 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
"Hilary 2016"- you
User avatar #167 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
"Hillary 2016" - reality
User avatar #168 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
Found you a new home Tumblr.com
User avatar #170 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Hurr durr someone votes democrat that means they are an SJW. You are a moron. Keep blaming the Jews for you shitty life buddy.
User avatar #177 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
"H-he's not voting democrat! He's an idiot because I'm right, mommy said so!"

I could give a shit if Hilary was Dem, Rep or a part of The Rent is Too Damn High party, she has absolutely no place in politics. Her ideas are absolute shit, her claim was that she was a first lady to a guy who cheated on her, and she supports radical feminism. She's gone on record saying women suffer more than men in war, she's about as liberal as Feinstein, she's all about gun control and she is the one who started the whole "Anti-bullying" campaigns, whos model of success is if someone hits you do nothing and you're both in for shit. She's an advocate for police state. The fucking list goes on and on if you did any research other than she's a democrat so you will blindly follow

Jesus christ do ever hear yourself speak? Your whole reason for voting Hilary is she's a democrat and anyone who doesn't vote for her is an idiot. You fail to give any reason why except for "Oh you a Ron Paul supporter" and "Hurr Durr u so butthurt because democrats" Based on that logic it's safe to say you voted for Obama as well, twice possibly depending on your age. Your only argument has been to call people idiots because they are not voting for some cunt with no actual place in politics. The fact that scares me most is that you're not a troll, your account is ranked positive

"You should have an abortion"-doctor to your mom
User avatar #180 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Take it easy there big guy. The reason I will vote for Hillary is not because she is a democrat, but because the republicans will fail again at choosing a good candidate. I have no problem with people who vote republican, but people who think Ron Paul would have done anything other than run the economy into the ground are idiots.

But keep on thinking you are always right. You lost all credibility when you claimed Jews run the world. You do realize that you have the same victim complex that you make fun of feminists for, right? They blame men (white men) and you blame Jews. It makes both of you feel better about being nobody's because at least it isn't your fault. It's those nasty Jews. Grow Up.

I think it is quite clear you never went to college, much less took an economics class. Probably because colleges are run by Jews. That is why no one accepted you. Not the fact that you had a D average in Kentucky.
User avatar #202 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
Hold the fuck up

This whole thing started because of a sarcastic comment comparing lobbying with Jews

Holy shit you are the thickest person I have ever met. Go reread that comment. Please look at how much of a fucking idiot you are. Seriously I laughed for a solid minute at this. Of course I've never gone to college, I just got all of my testing done because of state regulations on age and I'm starting in March, earlier than most people my age. I didn't take an economics class in high school because that's wasn't a class, so I took marketing and intro to business instead education budget got cut in 2012, school decided to keep womens and gender studies but not business classes because my area is liberal as shit The fact that you are harboring all this hate for someone who makes a passing comment about the Jews makes you look like you are either a Jew who got made fun of in school or you ARE Diane Feinstein. Your ignorance also shows when you make fun of people for having a D average in Kentucky, not knowing that Kentucky is among the top 15 in the nation for education, I think it's 11th, waaaaaays ahead of California where you most likely reside. Either way I'm from New Jersey, which is number 5 last I checked about a year ago.

Here's a quick summary:
A: "Hilary is best because she won't run the economy into the ground" despite the fact that she frequently calls for more defense and police spending as well as higher pay for members of Senate, Congress and Representatives. She won't drive it onto the ground, it's already there. Anyone who gets elected will drive it into the earths core

B: the 'You're an anti-semite' argument. I'm sure you've seen the statistics showing how many countries the Jews have been run out of, or the quotes from Jews about how they control countries from the banks, or the numerous other cited sources on Jews being the worst racists and supremacists throughout history

C: "You think you're always right" Not really. you
User avatar #212 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Kentucky is 28th in education. Last in Teeth. I'm from Upstate New York. Take an economics class, and you will quickly learn why Ron Paul's bullshit will not work and why he is really looked down upon by Democracts and Republicans alike.

I am not Jewish but I go out of my way to argue with all the people on this site who legitimately think Jews rule the world. I've seen the statistics. Trust me my profile is littered with them. None are backed by one solid source. Just because someone made a graphic doesn't mean it is right. It's no wonder the Jews own the banks. Catholics were not allowed to lend money for interest in the Middle Ages, so Jews became the bankers. People don't like bankers. That is why they are always kicked out of countries.

You have Chris Cristie for a governor. Would you really want him in the white house?

I'm fine with more spending, although I disagree with more defense spending, as long as she raises taxes to pre-Reagan worst president since Hoover levels.

No you.
User avatar #207 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
character limit pls ban are the one who cannot seem to stop talking about how people not voting democrat or Hilary are idiots. More so it looks like you're the one thinking you're always right, not me.

Really it comes down to seeming like you have some weird fetishistic love for the Jews and Hilary Clinton, which I just cannot wrap my head around how you tried to spin an entire argument based off a passing satirical comparison between Jews and Lobbyists. Also nice job logging in as an anon and thumbing yourself up and me down. Very clever and mature of you
User avatar #301 - meganinja (12/17/2014) [-]
You're both idiots. Damping for saying he'll vote for Hillary just because he thinks that she's going to win, and you for the stupidity you're exuding with your comments in general.
User avatar #215 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Or you could have just looked at your thumbs down and seen that I downvoted you and the anon downvoted you. Funnyjunk doesn't let the same IP do that.

Having trouble learning that people disagree with you?
User avatar #220 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
Except it does. Anon can vote again, and you voting with two accounts from the same place shows that it does

It's more like you have that trouble actually seeming how you've commented on the same post now 3 times trying to rustle. And how you've gone through this page calling people idiots for not voting Hilary Clinton, a worse candidate for politics than a toaster. And how you cannot let the again passing satirical Jew comment go like some kind of Captain Kike trying to save the world with his Mystical Menorah and Yamaka of the 66 Gorrilion
User avatar #222 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Anon cannot vote again. You don't understand this do you? Try to thumb me down as an anon. I bet you can't since you already thumbed me down on my IP.

Still waiting for you to show me where I said someone was an idiot for not voting for Hillary.
#227 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
rekt m7
#225 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
>Ignoring the entire past thread
>Forgetting about the entire comment section you felt the need to post on

You alright there?
User avatar #229 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Hey genius. Try thumbing down comment 222 with your actual account now. It wont let you.

This is really embarrassing. I'm starting to feel bad for you. Are you sure you are going to college? I never seen someone struggle this much.
User avatar #228 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
I never said that. You are grasping at straws. If anyone has been calling people idiots for how they vote it is you. I only said people who vote for Ron Paul are idiots.

Reading must be tough for you.
User avatar #230 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
"If anyone has been calling people idiots it's you"
"People who vote for Ron Paul are idiots"

A sentence apart
User avatar #232 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
LOL how dense are you?

Here is your quote "And how you've gone through this page calling people idiots for not voting Hilary Clinton."

Never have I once said people were idiots for noting voting for Hillary. Voting for McCain or Obama were fine choices. Voting for Ron Paul borders on retardation.
User avatar #236 - pwnagraphy (12/16/2014) [-]
"Voting for McCain or Obama were fine choices"

Holy shit I don't think I've laughed this hard in my entire life. I didn't even know it was possible to be both autistic and have downs syndrome of this magnitude. +1 to you zir, made my night. Have fun in whatever gender studies class you take at whatever college daddy pays for
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User avatar #223 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
*your IP
User avatar #214 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
mericabitches is my other account. Notice how I could still thumb myself up? Anon's vote is still there.
User avatar #213 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
I have never once said that people should be voting democrat. I simply said, they will vote democrat. The fact is Hillary is going to win. I haven't thumbed you up or down. I will log on to my other account and thumb you down to prove it. I can't thumb you down twice. So if it says "damping" thumbed you down and then an anon, it is someone else. I'll even log on to my other account and thumb myself up to prove it to you if you really want.

User avatar #115 - prohibullion (12/16/2014) [-]
Because if you don't vote for the black buy you are racist
User avatar #109 - pitchdark (12/16/2014) [-]
A lot of states "lost" votes. Also the media would intentionally not mention him. "Mitt Romney placed second, just slightly before [some dude]" not mentioning who won. There were several thousand cases like this.
User avatar #70 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
-The media blacklisted him (they didnt even let him join the presidential debate on national television when he was a legitamate presidential candidate. They gave him 0 screen time, and the only time they ever talked about him was to tell everyone how 'crazy' he is)
-The people of this country are sheep and get their information from the media (see previous statement)
-most people don't vote anymore..all of our youth are apathetic, and the ones who do vote make uninformed decisions based on what they have heard on TV, from other people, or the general 'vibe' they get from the media on a candidate.
-our election is more like a beauty pageant now, not a political election. John McCain was old and wrinkled and got no respect (not saying i wanted him, just saying) even though he was a war vet and was actually imprisoned and tortured during his service.

i could go on and on but whats the point. Hilary clinton will be elected next because she is a woman. Obama was elected because he is black and people wanted to see 'change' and the furthest they got with it was seeing the first black man elected president. people who spoke against him were labeled 'racist'. when its Hilary's turn people who speak up against her will be labeled misogynistic. Mark my words. its a popularity contest now. This is the new America. The old one is long dead, along with the beliefs and principles it was founded on. it just makes me sick to think about it. we have to hit rock bottom before people wake up, but it will be too late then.
User avatar #292 - nigeltheoutlaw (12/17/2014) [-]
You had me until your retarded last paragraph. I guess idiots can only feign a good point for so long until their true nature comes through.
#317 - fjacctfucku (12/17/2014) [-]
User avatar #324 - nigeltheoutlaw (12/18/2014) [-]
Clearly you gave enough of a fuck to red thumb me and reply.
#242 - peyko (12/16/2014) [-]
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#197 - swiggityswooty (12/16/2014) [-]
the media only sets an agenda, the real problem is that theres no channel willing to support a libertarian candidate
User avatar #87 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Hillary Clinton will be elected because the Republican choices are horrendous. The problem is the fact that the Republican candidate has to go super far right to get the of support Tea Party people like you so they can win the primary. They then have to convince the independent moderates (aka the people who actually matter in an election), that they are not far right lunatics. As long as the Tea Party and Ron Paul exist, there will be no Republican President.
User avatar #298 - TestesFly (12/17/2014) [-]
Homie, it's Rand Paul that flirts with the tea party, not Ron Paul. Ron Paul has many issues with his policies, due to his fanatical libertarian stance and his hypocritically christian alterations of the pure libertarian philosophy. But he's a different kind of problem than his son Randal.
User avatar #304 - damping (12/17/2014) [-]
The Tea Party was influenced heavily by Ron Paul's ideas. Of course they excluded him and it was hijacked by people like Sarah Palin but w/e.
User avatar #106 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
so i'm a member of the tea party hu? interesting, i had no idea. i love how much of a bigot you are, you cant see past party lines and you throw out labels like 'ron paul supporter' and 'tea party people' like they are valid points in an argument and actually discredit someone. i'm not a republican or a democrat or a libertarian. I can find faults and values i support and despise in all parties. To label yourself as one or the other is to blindly anchor yourself to all the beliefs and opinions they have without reserve.

I can virtually hear CNN playing on your TV right now. I'll bet youre a big piers morgan fan hu?
User avatar #120 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Like I said above. I have voted for a Republican congressmen. Democrat still won, but whatever. I guarantee you have never voted for a democrat in your life.

No one watches CNN. Not even liberals.
User avatar #67 - ecowolfrb (12/16/2014) [-]
The media ignored and almost ridiculed him. Most Americans are brainwashed by it, and the republican party didn't really want him.
#62 - sexuality (12/16/2014) [-]
Well, honestly, the American people's votes don't mean a goddamn thing.

There are two votes counted in each election: the Electoral College votes and the population votes. The Electoral College votes decide on the winner, the population votes decide nothing.

We've literally had nominees win the popular vote and lose the Electoral College vote, and not be elected President.

So, I dunno, maybe that's why?
#133 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
Yes but the popular vote in a state decides which way that state's electoral college votes.
Hypothetical situation: Let's say California has 10 million popular votes and 50 electoral college votes. Nebraska has 1 million popular votes and 5 electoral college votes.
California votes 5.1 million for democratic candidate and 4.9 million for republican candidate. democratic candidate gets all 50 electoral college votes. Now lets say Nebraska votes .9 million for republican and .1 for democrat. Republican gets all 5 electoral college votes. So now we have 5.8 million people voting republican and 5.0 million people voting democrat but the democrat has 50 electoral college votes to the republicans 5. (same thing happened, but reversed for 2000 election. Gore won the popular vote but lost the presidency)
#134 - sexuality (12/16/2014) [-]
I may lack an understanding of how the two interact with one another, but Election Day is when people vote, both the population and the College, so how would the College know what side to vote for in it's state?
Also, as the College includes x amount of individuals, (I wanna say in the vicinity of 500?) what's stopping an individual from casting a Republican vote, even if his state voted Democrat?

Using your instance, what's to stop some individual from thinking, and acting upon "I'm going to vote Repub, even though California wants me to vote Demo"?
User avatar #52 - pkman (12/16/2014) [-]
He seems like a great candidate but his economic policy didn't have much evidence to show it would work well. Also I think his ideas are a bit too idealistic and people aren't as ready to change their thinking as they say they are.
User avatar #56 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
yep, the farthest people get with 'change' nowadays is seeing a black man elected president. The end.

But don't worry, up next is electing a woman as president. prepare your anus for 8 years of Hilary. and just like if you spoke against obama you were a racist, if you speak against hilary...guess what? yep. misogynistic. Game. Over.

Anddddd I'm off to canada. pce
#32 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
because uninformed, that's why
User avatar #25 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
He is actually crazy. Don't just believe snippets on the internet. According to the Internet Putin is a great guy too.
#57 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #59 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
I'm stupid because I think Ron Paul has terrible ideas? I guess everyone who disagrees with you is stupid huh?

I guess you are smarter than 95% of America.
User avatar #153 - orkanoidz (12/16/2014) [-]
Well you called him crazy, you didn't call him stupid based on actual reasons why you thought he was stupid; thus, you're stupid.
User avatar #155 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
See comment number 80. I'm sorry I didn't list everything about the guy in a simple answer to the question I responded to. According to Funnyjunk the guy is Jesus. And honestly, if Funnyjunk and /pol/ supports him, is he really a good candidate?
User avatar #162 - orkanoidz (12/16/2014) [-]
On Funnyjunk and /pol/ we're allotted the ability to be as cynical and horrible people as we really are inside, most of the people on /pol/ and funnyjunk probably also have the real life standard of morals and reasoning that they act out on which is what truly matters. Now on those reasons in comment no.80 I would still vote for him. The economy and all those laws portrayed are controlled by congress which isn't likely to be less Republican and Democrat(ic/s?). The President can't control these things but he can have heavy influence on them assuming he has party members in congress, which he won't have enough to even be a major contender in the sway of congress. Still, he can at least get the Libertarian idea's out, and that's really all you can do in our government with how the government treats itself and the people treat it.
User avatar #76 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
oh also, you ARE the uninformed. uninformed, which is another word for stupid.
User avatar #81 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Wow, you waited two whole minutes before thinking I wasn't going to respond? Typical Ron Paul supporter. Patience and mind of a two year old. But, cutting taxes means more money right? The government never does anything beneficial right? Grow Up.

Funny that the states with the lowest education performance love Ronny the most.
User avatar #74 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
did you say you think Ron Paul has terrible ideas, or did you say "He is actually crazy. Don't just believe snippets on the internet. According to the Internet Putin is a great guy too."?

did you say that 95% of Americans believe ron paul has terrible ideas without providing any statistical or historical evidence (let me save you some time, there isnt any to back that theory)?

have you done any research on Ron Paul's policies, past to current accomplishments, or taken into consideration the 30+ years of service he has given this country?

have you gone to his website or done research on his 'terrible ideas' and policies or are you just regurgitating the same baseless ron paul hate you hear on CNN and Fox news?

do you actually know what 'terrible ideas' you are referring to or are you just making a generalized statement?

I called you stupid because you are fucking stupid.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ah0HU0iruUo
#184 - anonymous (12/16/2014) [-]
Ron Paul is actually crazy. He thinks the world is run by a conspiracy of jewish bankers. He thinks that we should return to the gold standard. He thinks the civil rights act of 1968 that ended southern apartheid is unconstitutional because argle bargle white power. He's a reactionary nutbar.
User avatar #231 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
then why are you anon?
User avatar #82 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
You wanna know what will get rid of the deficit? Just ask Bill Clinton since he is the only president since Andre Jackson to do it. It's called not getting into wars and reducing the military budget something Tea Partiers like you wouldn't dream of. Ron Paul says he wants to reduce military spending, yet he still calls himself a republican. Raise Taxes, reduce military budget. That's all it takes. Not cutting all the actual services that the Federal Government provides.
User avatar #88 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
you are literally not worth my time.
#137 - sexuality (12/16/2014) [-]
He's right, though. Paul's economic ideas are trash, I spent an entire semester in macroeconomics dissecting previous president's fiscal policies and their effects, Clinton was the last one that was halfway decent at it.

If you can argue against it, do it. I'd love to hear it, but Paul wants the same tax rates W. had, and that was fucking terrible for the country, we need higher tax rates for the highest income bracket, end of story.

I'm honest to God not trying to be a dick, if you can defend Paul's economic policies, please do, broaden my horizons. If you can't, well, man up and say you can't.
User avatar #163 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
I am not an economist and I don't pretend to be. I could walk you through my opinions regarding tax rates and and paul's economic policies.... but really, what would be the point? I'm not even that familiar with his economic policies and i'm not that big of a ron paul supporter, i just respect him and think he represents something we have lost throughout this countries lifetime and i agree with a lot of his policies. i take a stand against people who talk generic shit about him because half of them are just regurgitating what they hear from the media about how he's 'crazy uncle ron'. He is a strict constitutionalist and libertarian which I respect, and I do agree with a lot of his policies (but certainly not all, like with every politician).

But in regards to bickering with you over his economic policies.. I honestly have better shit to do. i do not agree with raising taxes, i prefer encouraging capitalism and spending. thats what really gets the economy going, put money in the hands of people to spend it on shit. we don't need socialism. but thats my opinion, and im not logged in to funnyjunk to argue about politics, sometimes i just feel the need to put in my two cents and i dont give a fuck who agrees with me or not. its the internet.

good day.
#171 - sexuality (12/16/2014) [-]
Fair enough, I respect the hell out of the guy, my only real problem with him is, again, his economic viewpoint.

You have a good day, yourself, friend.
User avatar #173 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
Thanks, and i did mean it when i said good day btw, not the sarcastic 'good day sir' internet shit. even though i may not agree i can respect other's opinions when they actually have thought about it and aren't being shitheads. pce
#261 - sexuality (12/17/2014) [-]
As did I
User avatar #90 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Translation: "I don't have a response"

User avatar #80 - damping (12/16/2014) [-]
Getting rid of the Federal Reserve and going to the Gold Standard are retarded and not feasible. All the shit he says he will do, can not and will not ever happen. I don't mind his libertarian views too much. But he wants to cut the department of Energy, and the Education departments. Both terrible ideas. He also wants to cut 40% of the FDA, which would effectively allow food makers to put rats in hot dogs like they did during Teddy Roosevelt's time.

He wants to reduce taxes even further and keep the Bush era tax cuts even though these are the lowest taxes we have had for 75 years, and we art hurting because of it. That little trend was started by Reagan, probably someone you like.

Look he does have a lot of good ideas. But the issue is, he got a lot of bad ones in there too.
User avatar #176 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
see, i can deal with this^

there is a difference between giving a general statement that ron paul is crazy and saying that you disagree with a lot of his economic policies. I wasn't arguing with you that he was without faults, I was arguing that shitposting ron paul is low class and represents a weak intellect who doesn't have the words or information to give an informed opinion.
#18 - jallelthalas (12/16/2014) [-]
Basically most of the reasons can be summed up to little media support (some media was even being somewhat deliberately either giving him little screen time or even roughing him up with their equipment in one case at a food joint), other candidates either stealing his good ideas or convincing the public at the time that his ideals are impossible or disastrous, to name a few.
User avatar #16 - chuca (12/16/2014) [-]
because our election process is a joke
#288 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
can you run me through the election process and why it is a joke?
User avatar #149 - hudis (12/16/2014) [-]
Why aren't you setting government buildings on fire and taking the congress hostage?
#119 - fuckyosixtyminutes (12/16/2014) [-]
I'd say it's more because our voters are morons.
User avatar #303 - chuca (12/17/2014) [-]
that's a huge part of why our election process is a joke
User avatar #113 - SteyrAUG (12/16/2014) [-]
Because voting for anyone but the black guy was racist.
User avatar #17 - komandantmirkoo (12/16/2014) [-]
fair enough
#21 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
They lied about his numbers anyways, he was supposed to win but all they do on the media is lie.

Also, they had the AMAZING idea of using a new DIGITAL voting system and then had it counted by ANOTHER COUNTRY so it's guaranteed to be safe and effective! (sarcasm)
#299 - rebaj (12/17/2014) [-]
I can't agree more. This is a stupid gov't runned country. Although, I do ask myself. "Am I racist to be funny?"
User avatar #221 - chrispoot (12/16/2014) [-]
Is this where we call the payday gang to hack the voting machines?
User avatar #122 - greatgranpapy (12/16/2014) [-]
What was Ron Paul's platform? All i can find on the internet is stuff about how crazy he is.
#145 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
Basically, he wants to Follow the Constitution, The Document held above all other Documents for legal purposes in the United States of America.

You see the Constitution Guarantees our Rights and our Freedoms, and NOTHING can take them away. However for years and years countless corrupted politicians and business men have been sneaking in Unconstitutional Laws and Taxes, taking away our Freedoms AND our Prosperity.

America would still be the World Leaders in Industry and Wealth if were to go back to when it wasn't Illegal to ask the Government Questions or ask why a Cop shot a defenseless Person. When these things happen it's called "Tyranny" and should be the Farthest thing from what America is, sadly Tyranny is EXACTLY what America has become.

Ron Paul wants America to be Free, Ron Paul wants America to be Strong.

That is why THE MEDIA hates Ron Paul.
#287 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
"countless corrupted politicians and business men have been sneaking in Unconstitutional Laws and Taxes, taking away our Freedoms AND our Prosperity. " can you give me some examples?
User avatar #158 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
There's flaws with the Constitution though, and as much as I love Ron Paul I do disagree with a few of his ideas.
#294 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
You do have to keep in mind there will very likely never be a candidate with whom you agree 100%. If Ron Paul is to be considered an evil, he is, imho, the lesser of them all by far.
User avatar #307 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
He's by far from evil. He is the best there is right now, and I only disagree with a very minor few of his issues, such as that he places family ahead of the individual, a concept that I think may cause issues.
User avatar #159 - ReeferTrees (12/16/2014) [-]
No.

There are no flaws in the Constitution.

The only flaws you think there are is simply a twisted left-wing mutilation of what it once was.
#274 - anonymous (12/17/2014) [-]
Lol you fucked moron. The entire point of the constitution was that it could be changed to suit our needs.
User avatar #160 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
Well slavery for one wasn't exactly covered in the initial Constitution, and you have to keep in mind that the Constitution is the greatest legal document in human history not necessarily because of its original contents as much as its flexibility. Also there's points that's not exactly clear, like the right to bear arms, which I'm totally for. Where to draw the line, though? I'm pro assault weapons.
User avatar #194 - commontroll (12/16/2014) [-]
The Bill of Rights said nothing about slavery, because the forefathers believed that moral dilemmas should be sorted out by the individual states and the people, not by the government. The reason the Civil war broke out was because both sides were wanting to have the entire nation have its laws based on their views, and the federal government was gaining more power than intended.

Also, as oceanfrank stated, it can be amended and added to, but the rights we have cannot be taken away legally.

Essentially, the Constitution is supposed to be as barebones as possible because forcing the entire nation to follow laws is going to leave at best a large amount of the people angry and upset, and the best way to avoid pissing off half the country is to have individual states decide how to run things, while the Federal government is in charge of keeping track of things and national security.
User avatar #241 - lieutenantderp (12/16/2014) [-]
Even if individual states decide laws (and mind you, raw, uncontrolled democracy is the definition of the tyranny of the majority) that blatantly abuse individual rights of its citizens?
User avatar #309 - commontroll (12/17/2014) [-]
Nigga, I never said democracy is the way to go, I'm just saying pissing off half the nation over a heated moral debate (for example, abortion) is going to cause strife and could potentially lead to a civil war, as evidenced by our past. America is and always has been a republic, and I do not suggest nor want democracy as it is, as you said, tyranny of the mob. But letting the states and the representatives of the people (who are voted in by the people, that's where the democratic in Democratic Republic comes from) decide on the issues for their local regions or states is a far better bet, due to different lifestyles and different cultures among different states.

An example for different regions having different views on a topic because of their landscape as opposed to culture, is gun control. Some people in cities want to take away every guns from everybody, while in the farmsteads of Idaho, farmers need guns to kill wolves that can kill their herds and flocks.

Forcing all of the nation, full of 315+ million citizens and God knows how many residents and illegal aliens, to agree and follow the same moral laws is like herding a thousand cats into the sea. It's not gonna happen.
User avatar #312 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
What about more obvious issues like public segregation or even slavery (I'm not black, I just can't think of any more obvious examples)? Do you wish to leave those to the representatives of the majorities of individual states?
User avatar #313 - commontroll (12/17/2014) [-]
It's hard to say, seeing how segregation was a result of what happened from the nation deciding on a moral dilemma on a federal level. Though slavery would have come to an end with the introduction of better machinery, just like it did in the North. The main problem was that until that machinery was created the South's industry was dependent on it, and slavery itself was a massive industry as well. Should it have been? No, but at the same time, it was a fairly new concept as far as history goes to have slavery abolished.

Anyway, I'm beginning to get off topic. With the nation trying to force the whole country into anti or pro slavery groups and any new states were alternating between slave and free, it caused a lot of strife and tension. Debates got worse and worse, people murdered each other over it, and eventually a war broke out that killed more Americans than any other war to date. I think that would have been avoided if people didn't butt into everybody else's business on a national level, and slavery still would have ended with enough scientific advancement, and the South wouldn't still be recovering from the destruction the North unleashed on them. Immigrants wouldn't have been forced to fight a Civil War they just moved into, and carpetbaggers wouldn't have oppressed Southern states, which led to the creation of the KKK, segregation, and plenty of riots and laws that are still in place today that were intended to disarm both former Confederates and freed slaves.

Other things could have come up, but I really do think having less federal decisions would have avoided a needless war that caused so much trouble for so long. Laws cannot change the hearts of men, nor culture. But the hearts of men change culture which changes the laws.
User avatar #316 - lieutenantderp (12/17/2014) [-]
Segregation was decided more on a state-by-state basis. Slavery never took hold as much in the North, it wasn't because of industrialism. Climate and the crops the North produced simply didn't work as well with mass plantation-based slavery as cotton in the South.

I think the Civil War helped in South in the grand scheme of things. Slavery would have hijacked and continue to run the Southern industries (no need for industrialization because massive labor force exists) for a very long time, until which cotton is no longer as profitable. Then, imagine, an entire South with millions of slaves without proper work to do but still under the ownership of their masters, while the economy and industry, both of which hadn't been diversified and would still be based (mainly) on cotton and thus would be totally outdated and useless. That would've destroyed the South.

And in the end, as an American I believe fundamental human rights to be first and foremost in this country, and slavery is something that shouldn't be allowed to exist at all.
User avatar #189 - oceanfrank (12/16/2014) [-]
The Constitution can be amended however. I dont know why you're being voted down tbh you're right about a bunch of rights and articles in the constitution but the founding fathers intentionally left it vague and up for interpretation because if they were to set something in stone then the country would have collapsed after about 3 or so years due to inner disagreements and shit. It'd be cool if we could all come to a consensus and NOT HAVE FUCKING POLITICAL PARTIES LIKE GEORGE WASHINGTON SAID NOT TO DO in order to justly and unanimously come to an agreement as to what certain articles and amendments mean.
User avatar #112 - marinepenguin (12/16/2014) [-]
I agree with you, I love Ron Paul and wish he would get elected to the Presidency, but one thing that hurt him is his stance on womens rights. He's from that older generation where he thinks a woman is best suited as a caretaker and mother, and many people don't agree with that.
User avatar #169 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
could you provide me any sources on this? this would be news to me if true
User avatar #199 - marinepenguin (12/16/2014) [-]
crooksandliars.com/heather/ron-paul-if-its-honest-rape-woman-should-g

This isn't exactly what I was saying, but it highlights one way how he's a little backwards with certain social issues. I mean otherwise he's a great dude, but he's an older man so of course he won't agree with certain social issues of our age.
User avatar #233 - fjacctfucku (12/16/2014) [-]
thanks
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