Ron Paul interviewed on MSNBC Today (I humbly kneel and ask that you watch)

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Doafhat

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I pray that he wins this thing, because if he doesn't, I'll seriously be concerned about you two's mental well-being.
Forget about Ron Paul, I'm rolling with my man Ron Popeil in 2008. Could Hillary Clinton invent the Veg-o-matic? Hell no. Where was Rudy Giuliani when Mr. Microphone was virtually raising the next generation of Americans? Barack Obama is so inexperienced, I bet he's still snaffling caps the old fashioned way. Does John McCain have a plan for healthcare? Ron Popeil does, and its name is the smokeless ashtray.

So when it comes to Iraq, global warming, oil prices, and growing tensions with Russia and Iran, I say that it's high time for America to set it.... AND FORGET IT! ;)

 
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The more I see of this guy the more I like... This will be my first full election process to take part in, as I turned 18 in 04, and for some reason I am really excited:eek:
 

JoeHero

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The more I see of this guy the more I like... This will be my first full election process to take part in, as I turned 18 in 04, and for some reason I am really excited:eek:
Well if you're registered Republican I urge you to vote for Ron Paul in the primary. I re-registered as a Republican so I can finally vote for someone who I actually share some views with.
 

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I certainly hope his agenda and ideas get out there and gain more support. I still do not know if he's the right kind of person to *lead* the country. He might be more effective if he stays in Congress.
 

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Forget about Ron Paul, I'm rolling with my man Ron Popeil in 2008. Could Hillary Clinton invent the Veg-o-matic? Hell no. Where was Rudy Giuliani when Mr. Microphone was virtually raising the next generation of Americans? Barack Obama is so inexperienced, I bet he's still snaffling caps the old fashioned way. Does John McCain have a plan for healthcare? Ron Popeil does, and its name is the smokeless ashtray.

So when it comes to Iraq, global warming, oil prices, and growing tensions with Russia and Iran, I say that it's high time for America to set it.... AND FORGET IT! ;)

Doaf, I'll give ya props on that. I got a good laugh out of it.

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Forget about Ron Paul, I'm rolling with my man Ron Popeil in 2008. Could Hillary Clinton invent the Veg-o-matic? Hell no. Where was Rudy Giuliani when Mr. Microphone was virtually raising the next generation of Americans? Barack Obama is so inexperienced, I bet he's still snaffling caps the old fashioned way. Does John McCain have a plan for healthcare? Ron Popeil does, and its name is the smokeless ashtray.

So when it comes to Iraq, global warming, oil prices, and growing tensions with Russia and Iran, I say that it's high time for America to set it.... AND FORGET IT! ;)



Good eye for fonts, btw. ;)