The conspiracy against Ron Paul

The conspiracy against Ron Paul

Alaska : AK : USA | Mar 06, 2012 at 10:39 PM PST
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The all-or-nothing primary that Arizona and other states employ needs to go. Candidates that see little chance for a win are not motivated when they can’t gain any delegates. Arizona has also seen a huge increase in Independent voters and Libertarians who couldn’t vote in the primary. If this third of voters would have been allowed to vote Ron Paul may have won the state.

Ron Paul supporters have seen firsthand how Washington insiders (Romney, Santorum and Gingrich) the media, Unions, Department of Education, the DEA and others control information that’s released to the public. Gingrich has come in last in many states yet even he receives more press than Paul. The press is nothing more than a medium for those in power to control the people.

The headlines read less than a week ago that “Obama touts Michigan auto bailout” i.e. he’s taking credit for GM’s record $7.6 billion profit. Speaking of the bailout which GM did not pay back- $45 billion given them because Obama/IRS is giving them tax breaks. But union employees are getting huge $7,000 dividend checks, as a taxpayer did you get yours?

Unless you’re an overpaid union worker you understand that unions served their purpose a long, long time ago because they are now in cahoots with the federal government; case in point the General Motors bailout.

Wake up America. Obama, if somehow reelected may declare himself king as he refuses to step down after another four years. The Constitution is shredded by his administration almost daily, only it stands in his way. Ron Paul is the only candidate that is standing up for the Constitution. Any of the three stooges, if elected will be controlled by the aforementioned system and the country will fall. Perhaps 2012 is the end-if America doesn’t wake up.

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Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Rep Ron Paul speaks to supporters
Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Rep Ron Paul speaks to supporters
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