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Ron Paul Caller Slips Through. (Another Dumb Liberal Who Thinks She Can Fool Rush)
Rush Limbaugh ^ | January 9, 2012 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 01/09/2012 1:12:37 PM PST by Kaslin

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RUSH: Portland, Oregon, this is Sarah. It's great to have you on the EIB Network. Hi.

CALLER: (silence)

RUSH: Sarah, hello? Testing, one, two, three.

CALLER: (static)

RUSH: Are you there?

CALLER: Hello?

RUSH: This is not Sarah. Let's move on to somebody --

CALLER: Yes, I'm here.

RUSH: Oh, you are Sarah?

CALLER: Yes.

RUSH: What were you doing?

CALLER: I'm sorry, I was on the phone -- on my cell phone with my son. But okay I'm off the phone with him, and, um, I'm with you.

RUSH: Well, how do you know I was trying to get to you if you're on the phone with your son?

CALLER: Well, because I had the other phone up to my ear, too, but it was a little bit further away from my ear.

RUSH: Oh, so you're using two phones at the same time.

CALLER: Well... (laughing) Yeah, pretty nifty.

RUSH: That's how important your son is to you. Okay, I appreciate that.

CALLER: Yeah, he is. And he's a Rush Baby, 25.

RUSH: Well, I totally understand that, too.

CALLER: I gotta tell you, we disagree with you on a lot of things.

RUSH: You and your son?

CALLER: Pardon me?

RUSH: You and your son disagree with me?

CALLER: Yes.

RUSH: Okay.

CALLER: And, you know, Rush, I want to bring this to your attention right off the bat.

RUSH: Okay.

CALLER: You know, he was with some friends, uh, this weekend watching a game, and um, they -- one of the guys asked him about -- started to ask him about what he thought of Ron Paul.

RUSH: Yeah?

CALLER: And my son goes, "Oh, no, not this again," and then what it turned out was all of them are supporting him. Some have left the Democrat Party --

RUSH: (sigh)

CALLER: -- and they're in the Republican Party now, and I'm just... I'm bringing this to the attention of you and whoever else wants to pay attention to it, because this is serious. You know, we believe and seriously believe that he is the only one who's proposing real cuts.

RUSH: (sigh)

CALLER: And not wanting to start another war does not make him an isolationist. He's the one who -- who believes in free trade, and, you know, all the other candidates, I'm sorry to say, whether it's Newt or Mitt --

RUSH: (sigh)

CALLER: -- and I know you're right about Mitt, they want him to go up against Obama, 'cause they know he won't win. But neither will any of those other guys.

RUSH: Including Ron Paul.

CALLER: -- and if one of them does win --

RUSH: Jeez. I mean, of all the people on our side --

CALLER: Mmm-hmm?

RUSH: -- who have the least chance.

CALLER: Well, that's where you're wrong.

RUSH: Uh, no.

CALLER: There are Democrats who like him, there are independents who like him, and there are Republicans. You can't say that about any other candidate.

RUSH: Uh, he doesn't have enough Republicans to secure victory.

CALLER: Well, that's because people like you keep saying ridiculous things about him that aren't true!

RUSH: Like?

CALLER: Oh, like calling him an isolationist.

RUSH: I don't think I ever have called him an isolationist. I think you're reading from a script. I've never called him an isolation -- let me ask you a question.

CALLER: Yes, you have!

RUSH: No, I haven't.

CALLER: Yes, you have.

RUSH: I don't say that. The word is not at the forefront of my lexicon.

CALLER: Okay.

RUSH: I don't use it because it doesn't say enough.

CALLER: Well, you say other things about him that aren't true.

RUSH: Like what?

CALLER: (silence)

RUSH: Do you think 9/11 was America's fault? Ron Paul does.

CALLER: No, he's not saying that!

RUSH: Yes, he does. You know what? I understand what he's talking about. When I first heard that, I felt the same way you did. I got that knee-jerk reaction.

RUSH: It's not knee-jerk.

CALLER: We are so mixed up with the Middle East everywhere over there --

RUSH: Right?

CALLER: -- and that is what he's talking about. People -- how would you like -- (crosstalk)

RUSH: Do you think the Iranians...?

CALLER: How would you like it if --

RUSH: Do you think the Iranians should get a nuclear weapon to protect themselves against us?

CALLER: Why...? How would you like it if they were some other country was invading us all the time?

RUSH: Well, you know --

CALLER: You wouldn't like it. We would not like it!

RUSH: Well, a country isn't, but an idea is -- and Ron Paul doesn't think it's a problem.

CALLER: Doesn't think what's a problem?

RUSH: The idea that is trying to wipe us out.

CALLER: That's not true at all.

RUSH: Militant Islam. He's content for them to get nuclear weapons!

CALLER: No. See, there you go.

RUSH: I'm just telling you what he's says!

CALLER: You're saying things that are not true. All this is on his website.

RUSH: I'm just telling you what he says!

CALLER: Do you know what my friend from Cuba says? That when that Patriot Act was passed --

RUSH: All right.

CALLER: -- I was for that, and he said, "No, that is not good," and he from Cuba --

RUSH: Now you're gonna quote "a friend" --

CALLER: -- and I think he understands what's going on here.

RUSH: -- in Cuba.

CALLER: We're losing our civil liberties, and nobody seems to understand that except Ron Paul.

RUSH: Come on. You're not a listener.

CALLER: Ron Paul!

RUSH: Your son's not a Rush Baby. You're a liberal Democrat. You want Paul. You're trying to sabotage us.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: By the way, who is attacking Iran, anyway? The caller said, "Hey, if you're Iran and you were being attacked, wouldn't you want a nuclear weapon?" In fact, Ron Paul has said -- it was a quote -- Ron Paul has said, "If I were an Iranian, I’d like to have a nuclear weapon, too, because you gain respect from them. (Israel)" I don't know who's attacking Iran. But I do know that Ron Paul has suggested that we deserved it on 9/11, that we brought it on ourselves by supporting Israel and meddling in those people's lives over there. We brought it on. We gotta understand it. We're responsible for this stuff.

Anyway, how you doing, folks? Great to have you here as we kick off brand-new week of broadcast excellence.

Snerdley is apologizing for that call. It's a ten-dollar fine. I'm gonna start instituting financial fines on you. You've been doing this 23 years, you ought to be able to spot these people from a larger, longer distance now, farther distance. What did she say? (talking) hm-hm. Okay. Snerdley says the way he got snookered here was that she said to him that she wanted to ask me who I thought the best candidate to beat Obama was. And Snerdley, of course, is oriented toward all callers making the host look good so he, using that rubric said, "Well, you know, Rush might grand slam with this," okay, hang on, and puts her on hold. And then she immediately gets on the phone with her supposed Rush Baby son and, "Okay, I'm in, I'm in, I'm in, now what do I do?" That's what was going on out there while she was on hold.

But, anyway, I think Ron Paul ought to run for president of Iran. I think he ought to just enter the fray over there, make his case to the mullahs and say, "Look, I can do a better job than Ahmadinejad's doing for you."

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1 posted on 01/09/2012 1:12:42 PM PST by Kaslin
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To: Kaslin

I did not know anyone still took Rush seriously.


2 posted on 01/09/2012 1:18:29 PM PST by Bodleian_Girl (Just sayin'.....)
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To: Kaslin

George Soros is noted as having a specific organizing method that he uses in every country that he moves into. Soros goes for the youth vote by sending organizers in to campaign for legalization of drugs, abortion and cultural disruption. He tries to convince the young voters that the older generation is simply out of touch, too restrictive and simply want to burden the younger generation with their OLD ideas. He convinces the young people that the older establishment view is to keep everything for themselves and just generally oppress the young.

It sounds an awful lot like Ron Paul. Ron Paul’s foreign policy pretty well matches up with George Soros’ also.

So, how could it be that a self described Libertarian could hold the same ideas and values as a world socialist?


3 posted on 01/09/2012 1:22:30 PM PST by Eva
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To: Bodleian_Girl
I did not know anyone still took Rush seriously.

Just the very small minority who have not been swept up in the Ron Paul cult. That's not many so you can ignore them.

4 posted on 01/09/2012 1:23:42 PM PST by ElkGroveDan (My tagline is in the shop.)
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To: Kaslin
I heard that Paul cult member. She didn't even have the typical Paul one-liners memorized very well.
5 posted on 01/09/2012 1:23:52 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: Bodleian_Girl

I do.


6 posted on 01/09/2012 1:24:22 PM PST by optiguy (Government does not solve problems; it subsidizes them.----- Ronald Reagan)
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To: Kaslin
'I think Ron Paul ought to run for president of Iran. I think he ought to just ... say, "Look, I can do a better job than Ahmadinejad's doing for you."'

Oh yes, Ron Paul would make a great supporter for Hezbollah and Iran. They should be left alone so that they can FOMENT EVIL REVOLUTIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST, DESTABILIZE IRAQ and WIPE ISRAEL OFF THE MAP.

Yeah, Ron Paul is the Best Baghdad Bob for that.

7 posted on 01/09/2012 1:25:01 PM PST by sr4402
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To: Bodleian_Girl

You didn’t?


8 posted on 01/09/2012 1:25:21 PM PST by gorush (History repeats itself because human nature is static)
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To: Bodleian_Girl

I do.


9 posted on 01/09/2012 1:26:41 PM PST by D-fendr (Deus non alligatur sacramentis sed nos alligamur.)
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To: Bodleian_Girl

I did not know anyone still took Rush seriously.


I find myself listening to Andrew Wilkow during the same time slot. however today, I did listen to this caller. I thought rush was a little slow figuring this one out.

Hannity is another I don’t listen to anymore. I listen to Tom Sullivan.


10 posted on 01/09/2012 1:26:41 PM PST by cableguymn (Good thing I am a conservative. Otherwise I would be forced to support Mittens like Republicans do.)
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To: Bodleian_Girl

It is probably the most listened to radio talk show in America because it focuses on conservatism. That is a concept unfamiliar to people like Ron Paul and his cult, regardless of their trying to abduct the term for his brand of kookiness.


11 posted on 01/09/2012 1:30:06 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: Kaslin

Democrat “Operation Chaos”?


12 posted on 01/09/2012 1:32:45 PM PST by Riodacat (And when all is said and done, there'll be a hell of a lot more said than done......)
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To: Kaslin

Hope that woman tries that again but with Mark Levin. LOL


13 posted on 01/09/2012 1:32:45 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: Kaslin

The caller was just a typical paulbot.
It made zero difference to her that Paul has said what he has said, and there are tons of written evidence, miles of video verifying said word....just the “yea but it’s all out of context, or he never really said it or you just don’t understand”.
I was laughing AT her.


14 posted on 01/09/2012 1:32:58 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: Bodleian_Girl

He is one of the very best minds in conservative talk radio, and is very compelling stylistically. He is my favorite and deserves to be the host who is acknowledged as the most important of them all.


15 posted on 01/09/2012 1:32:58 PM PST by Piranha (If you seek perfection you will end up with Democrats.)
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To: Kaslin

I will be voting for Ron Paul tomorrow simply because he seems to have the best chance to cut into Romney’s margin of victory. I encourage all other NH voters to do the same.


16 posted on 01/09/2012 1:33:28 PM PST by wilco200 (11/4/08 - The Day America Jumped the Shark)
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To: Proud2BeRight; Bodleian_Girl

Very nice response, and so true.


17 posted on 01/09/2012 1:34:47 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: Kaslin
My obligatory Ron Paul song:

They're coming To Take Me Away

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeqGvQz8xzk

18 posted on 01/09/2012 1:38:20 PM PST by HereInTheHeartland (I love how the FR spellchecker doesn't recognize the word "Obama")
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To: Bodleian_Girl

You should expand your selection of reading materials.


19 posted on 01/09/2012 1:38:47 PM PST by Durus (You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality. Ayn Rand)
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To: Eva

Do you think only kooks want a formal declaration of war from Congress before bombing another country?


20 posted on 01/09/2012 1:38:47 PM PST by ex-snook ("above all things, truth beareth away the victory")
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To: svcw

Thanks. I was thinking the same of you response in post 14.


21 posted on 01/09/2012 1:40:26 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: Kaslin
This nut is crazy. Ron Paul is talking points only. He would be a failure as a President and his record as a Representative is almost zero. His ideas are so radical that working with Democrats or Republicans would be another zero.
22 posted on 01/09/2012 1:45:10 PM PST by Logical me
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To: ex-snook
“Do you think only kooks want a formal declaration of war from Congress before bombing another country?”

Probably not, but only kooks and left wing nuts want to gut the US military, praise traitors, allow terrorists to get nukes, blame the US for 9/11, think there was “glee” in the Bush White House following 9/11, close all foreign US military bases, and trash the “provide for the common defense” phrase in the US Constitution.

23 posted on 01/09/2012 1:45:17 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: ElkGroveDan
Excellent repy!

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24 posted on 01/09/2012 1:47:01 PM PST by b4its2late (Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I am not sure about the former.)
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To: Logical me
"His ideas are so radical that working with Democrats or Republicans would be another zero. "

Well I am inclined to agree with you here, obeying our Constitution is a very radical idea these days and yes neither Democrats or Republicans do that anymore. Maybe we should give the Constitution and personal liberty a try?

25 posted on 01/09/2012 1:54:59 PM PST by jpsb
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To: Proud2BeRight

Wow you got your talking point lies down pat, nice job of mis characterizing just about everything Paul has ever said. You make a very fine slave, I bet your masters are proud of you.


26 posted on 01/09/2012 1:58:08 PM PST by jpsb
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To: Proud2BeRight

But do you think a President should ask congress for a formal declaration of war before bombing another country like Iran or Libya?


27 posted on 01/09/2012 2:02:40 PM PST by ex-snook ("above all things, truth beareth away the victory")
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To: jpsb

Facts are stubborn things. You need to study up on Ron Paul. The only way he can keep support are from those who only spew out his one-line talking points and childish accusations.


28 posted on 01/09/2012 2:05:13 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: jpsb; Proud2BeRight
There is not a single item in P2BR’s list that is a mis characterization. All are documented right here on FreeRepublic.

The surrender monkey is an epic fail.

Sober up and smell the reality.

29 posted on 01/09/2012 2:12:44 PM PST by ejonesie22 (8/30/10, the day Truth won.)
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To: ex-snook

No. Do you believe a candidate should be elected to the office of President who want to gut the US military, praise traitors, allow terrorists to get nukes, blame the US for 9/11, think there was “glee” in the Bush White House following 9/11, close all foreign US military bases, and trash the “provide for the common defense” phrase in the US Constitution.


30 posted on 01/09/2012 2:12:50 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: Bodleian_Girl

“I did not know anyone still took Rush seriously”

Who should be take seriously?


31 posted on 01/09/2012 2:14:36 PM PST by Parley Baer
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To: jpsb; Logical me

Ron Paul has as much in common with the Constitution as Fred Phelps has with the Bible.


32 posted on 01/09/2012 2:15:35 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: wilco200

Talk about cutting your PP off to spite your nads.


33 posted on 01/09/2012 2:16:46 PM PST by traderrob6
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To: jpsb; Proud2BeRight

Hey, J. the evidence for everything Proud has said Paul has said has been posted dozens of times on FR. Do you needed it posted again?


34 posted on 01/09/2012 2:18:25 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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35 posted on 01/09/2012 2:21:34 PM PST by DJ MacWoW (America! The wolves are here! What will you do?)
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To: jpsb
Ok, just one:

Dec 9, 2011, Ron Paul said:

“Think of what happened after 9/11, the minute before there was any assessment, there was glee in the administration because now we can invade Iraq, and so the war drums beat,”

36 posted on 01/09/2012 2:24:35 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: Proud2BeRight

I’m not going to vote for Paul.

But do you think a President should ask Congress for a formal declaration of war before bombing another country like Iran or Libya?

You said No. On this question I side with Paul. Enforcing UN resolutions does not cut it for me.


37 posted on 01/09/2012 2:26:43 PM PST by ex-snook ("above all things, truth beareth away the victory")
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To: svcw
If a Paulistinian can't understand those simple things the first time, I doubt the 300th would work any better...

Bong Resin gums up the brain...

38 posted on 01/09/2012 2:27:32 PM PST by ejonesie22 (8/30/10, the day Truth won.)
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To: Kaslin
How would you like it if...

This really is a good highlight of one of the fundamental flaws of Paultardology. We are looking for a Commander in Chief of the United States Armed Forces, not an Aristotelian philosopher who will play moral equivalency games. The question should be simple, what is in our interest, period. Paul and his cam playing these games like 'well what if you were Iran, wouldn't you want one..yadda, yadda' is just philosophical coffee-shop talk.

39 posted on 01/09/2012 2:29:22 PM PST by mnehring
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To: cableguymn

No, no he lets ‘em babble for a while and then let’s em have it


40 posted on 01/09/2012 2:33:56 PM PST by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: svcw

He does this on every thread. Just another Paul sheep going baaa baaaa baaaa with talking points, ignoring everything that was said before... baaaa you hate freedom.. baaaa Paul wrote the Constitution... baaaa if you don’t love Alex Jones you are a slave... baaaa I win the debate.


41 posted on 01/09/2012 2:37:25 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

Who decides what is in our interest ?

Our Founders said we only go to war with a Congressional Declaration.


42 posted on 01/09/2012 2:37:35 PM PST by vooch
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To: ex-snook

I said no because I believe, depending on the circumstances, an engagement authorized by Congress is sufficient. In other actions, quick or secret action needs to be taken.


43 posted on 01/09/2012 2:46:08 PM PST by Proud2BeRight
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To: vooch; svcw
Who decides what is in our interest ? Our Founders said we only go to war with a Congressional Declaration.

1. That's why we have elections to vote for those who have those values, not to play moral equivalency games.

2. I see you subscribe to Paul's edited version of the Constitution. Congress can call for the use of military force for more than just a formal declaration of war. Article 1, Section 8 gives three ways military force can be used. 1. Is, of course, a formal declaration of war. 2. Is suppressing insurrections and rebellions. 3. Is punishing piracy and offenses against the laws of nations.

Paul constantly says Iraq and Afghanistan are 'Unconstitutional' because they only have an 'authorization to use force' versus a 'declaration of war' (funny considering he voted yes for the Afghanistan conflict). However, both of those fall under instance 3 stated above. As the conflicts are greater than a nation versus nation battle and the reasons (using Iraq for example) fall under offenses against the laws of nations such as breaching peace treaties, attempted assassination of a former president, firing on our aircraft, funding terrorist and criminal elements, etc- the Authorization to Use Force is a Constitutional use of the military in that manner and it did go through Congress as required.

44 posted on 01/09/2012 2:48:51 PM PST by mnehring
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To: Proud2BeRight

“I said no because I believe, depending on the circumstances, an engagement authorized by Congress is sufficient”


Sorry I think the country needs to be united with the President asking Congress for a formal declaration of war.


45 posted on 01/09/2012 2:52:57 PM PST by ex-snook ("above all things, truth beareth away the victory")
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To: Proud2BeRight

I wonder where in Paul’s Constitution does it authorize him to assign an unelected committee to oversee the gutting of the military? (using George Soros’ people too..)

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2827718/posts


46 posted on 01/09/2012 2:53:31 PM PST by mnehring
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To: Bodleian_Girl

I do.


47 posted on 01/09/2012 2:54:47 PM PST by elhombrelibre ("I'd rather be ruled by the Tea Party than the Democratic Party." Norman Podhoretz)
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To: ex-snook; Proud2BeRight

See #44, the Constitution gives Congress the power to use the military for more than just a ‘formal declaration of war’.

The authorization to use force was also legal under Article 1 Section 8 (and if not, then Paul has some explaining to do as he voted for it w/ Afghanistan).


48 posted on 01/09/2012 2:55:26 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring
Well it is good that Paul and Paultards are approaching the subject of Ron Paul as President on a purely philosophical coffe-shop hypothetical basis - because it has zero basis in reality!
49 posted on 01/09/2012 2:55:55 PM PST by allmendream (Tea Party did not send the GOP to D.C. to negotiate the terms of our surrender to socialism.)
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To: ex-snook
Congress gave the go ahead without useing the term war...If war was said by congress, you'd have to play to win the war and not just doing the old police action like Korea...We haven't won a war since WW2. All stop short of defeating the enemy, the press wouldn't like us winning a war which would require a surrender from the enemies. Thats playing for real and congress has no guts for fighting to win, that's why we have such stupid rules of engagement...tie the hands of the boys/girls in the military so they cannot win, just stalemate like Korea or lose like Nam....

The democrats couldn't get to the mike fast enough to give Bush the go ahead. That lasted for a couple of weeks before they said " This war is lost" jackass Reid democrat...

50 posted on 01/09/2012 3:04:52 PM PST by goat granny
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