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Friday, February 27, 2009

(Video) Ron Paul's speech at CPAC

Here's a warm reception and crowd for Texas congressman Ron Paul, one of our favourite congresstypes in the U.S. Here's a nice quote from Dr. No:

"I think the conservative movement has had trouble defining conservative. We finally get the house, senate, and presidency, and what did we do? We doubled the size of the department of education - I thought we were going to eliminate it! Here's how you can identify a conservative: they must be willing to defend the constitution."

Part 2 and 3 below the fold.

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Posted by P.M. Jaworski on February 27, 2009 in U.S. politics | Permalink

Comments

This is a man that actually understands what is going on. His comments about individual responsibility go steight to the heart of what is wrong in this country.

Posted by: Ultra-Conservitave | 2009-03-01 4:38:57 PM


"Most importantly, he's been married for..."

It's nice to know what conservatives rank as "most important" when it comes to our politicians.

Posted by: Mike Brock | 2009-03-02 3:45:43 PM


Mike,

He's married. That must mean he's a good guy, right? Only good people get married.

Posted by: Terrence Watson | 2009-03-02 3:56:55 PM


"Most importantly, he's been married for..."

It's nice to know what conservatives rank as "most important" when it comes to our politicians.
Posted by: Mike Brock | 2009-03-02 3:45:43 PM

Why don't you get libertarian politician Bennie Ferguson on the Al & Jay Show. He / she would end any discussion that libertarians weren't part of the lunatic fringe.

http://libertarianrepublican.blogspot.com/2008/03/cross-dresser-pro-defense-libertarian.html

Posted by: The Stig | 2009-03-02 4:29:34 PM


With referencing marriage, they were just trying to show stability which is lacking in most people nowadays, specifically in our politicians

Posted by: aj | 2009-03-05 9:23:23 AM



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