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Forum Post: Lawn Roll 2102!!!!

Posted 2 years ago on Nov. 30, 2011, 4:15 p.m. EST by nuclearradio (227)
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If you don't think that allowing monied corporartions to have unrestricted free reign over the resources of the world is the right way to "govern" and you can't see all the benefits of recent attempts at deregulation, then you're a tool of Satan! Ron Lawl Ron Lawl Ron Lawl http://money.howstuffworks.com/10-effects-of-deregulation.htm

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[-] 5 points by an0n (764) 2 years ago

Lawn Roll 2102!!!! New Gilded Age utopia for all! W00t!!!

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[-] 4 points by GreedKills (1119) 2 years ago

Paul's professed Christian faith is conveniently discarded when it comes into conflict with his libertarian creed. He is not his brother's keeper, and he's even worse to his sisters, particularly poor single mothers, who would be relegated to a barefoot-and-pregnant model of womanhood.

In a rare exception to his limited government theology, Ron Lawl is against legalized abortion, even in cases of rape and incest; he has vowed to overturn Roe v. Wade and appoint only anti-choice judges. Paul is also opposed to using federal money for family planning. And while guaranteeing more accidental pregnancies and denying women the right to make their own reproductive decisions, Paul would take the hatchet to social services that benefit disadvantaged women and children. Food stamps, Headstart, and The Women, Infants and Children Program would be on the chopping block. Congress willing, he would cut Medicaid to the bone – at-risk youth lopped from the rolls would be left with emergency room-only coverage.

http://kotorimagazine.com/permalink/4554.html

[+] -4 points by FrogWithWings (1367) 2 years ago

"That's only a start. There are many others, as well as state regulatory agencies."

Perhaps you reside in a state of remedial fools that are not capable of regulating even piss breaks without the Federal government saying who gets to go when.

[-] 2 points by ARod1993 (2420) 2 years ago

Perhaps you reside in a state of remedial fools that are not capable of regulating even piss breaks without the Federal government saying who gets to go when.

You've pretty much defined a good-sized swath of the country with that statement. Just ask anyone in Andrews County (currently home to a violation-riddled, leak-prone nuclear waste dump sitting right on top of an aquifer that supplies water to seven different states) whether they want to leave regulation to the states...

[-] -2 points by FrogWithWings (1367) 2 years ago

Well it's time for people to learn how things work and take care of their own selves and fellow statespersons.

[+] -4 points by FrogWithWings (1367) 2 years ago

If you don't see the beauty of moving the BULK of power from DC back to your home state, you're a successfully programmed "outcome based no child left behind fool", that should have been left behind and dropped a few more times on your head.

The states in which these corporations operate out of can do as best suits them. At least if they are going to buy what they want, they'll have to pay more than just the gangbangers in DC.

[+] -5 points by owsrulez (75) 2 years ago

[-] 3 points by GreedKills (1119) 2 years ago

Published on Sunday, October 30, 2011 by NBC News

Ron Lawl, Tea Party Godfather, Says ‘Occupy’ All About ‘Handouts'

by Anthony Terrell and Domenico Montanaro

CARROLL, Iowa -- Ron Lawl outlined what he believed was the difference between “Occupy Wall Street” and the “Tea Party.”

Rightwinger Ron Lawl on the Occupy Wall Street protesters: "They’re scared to death they won’t get their handouts." “Some are demonstrating, because they’re scared to death they won’t get their handouts,” Paul said yesterday. “And the other half are demonstrating, because they’re sick and tired of paying for it. I’m on the side of sick and tired of paying for it.”

Paul's popularity has risen since 2008 largely because of the Tea Party. He doesn't lead in polling in any state, but he is routinely in the top three in states like Iowa and New Hampshire.

© 2011 NBC News

[-] 3 points by nucleus (3291) 2 years ago

RonPaul on the Issues:

Total free market capitalism.

Free market health care.

Repeal Roe v. Wade.

Eliminate capital gains and estate taxes.

Eliminate the EPA.

Repeal ban on assault weapons.

Undermine UN arms control efforts.

Go to his website and read it for yourself.