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Ron Paul 2012: A Libertarian Renaissance?

Ron Paul 2012: A Libertarian Renaissance?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHIt7dAFjk4

 

Adam Kokesh: Ron Paul for President?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Pfqvk8vfj0

 



FOX News and Neocons Take Over Tea Party

FOX News and Neocons Take Over Tea Party
Who infiltrated who?

NoWorldSystem.com
April 16, 2010


UT Ron Paul Revolution in Austin -2008

I’ve been wanting to write about this topic for a long time, this website has always covered the ‘tea party movement’ especially back in 2007 and 2008 when the Ron Paul revolution was at its peak of popularity. This whole tea party movement was founded on Ron Paul’s pure Conservative Libertarian values; keep to the Constitution, smaller government, fiscal responsibility and ending the Federal Reserve system. It was truly a Conservative Libertarian grass-roots movement, that is until after the 2008 elections when FOX News and the Neocons embraced the movement as their own.

Before the 2008 elections, the tea party movement was considered ‘kooky’ and not worth covering because we believe that both parties are corrupt and are basically the same. After the 2008 elections however the mainstream Republicans started to take over the movement and became a republican tool against Obama’s left-wing policy. That leaves many Libertarians who supported Ron Paul’s 2008 candidacy in the dust, how in the world could we let the Neocons push us out of our own movement?

The “Bush Republicans” are only interested in replacing Obama with another ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ politician like John McCain and Sarah Palin, both of which have the same agenda; keep the establishment running and screw the American people.

FOX News was the key player in taking over the tea party movement, with Glenn Beck taking the flag and rolling out the red carpet for another bobble-headed puppet like Sarah Palin, John McCain and Mitt Romney (pro-military industrial complex and banker bailouts) whose policy really isn’t different from Obama or any other potential Democratic candidate.

Here’s a man who knows what he’s talking about, he knows the left-right paradigm is a fraud. At a tea party rally he gets booed by the crowd for saying Democrats and “Republicans are not the answer” please “vote for an Independent and god almighty please do not vote for Sarah Palin”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvvnHK_wM8k

We are being manipulated once more by the mainstream media to accept only the Democrat and Republican party and nothing else, that is if you want to be on the ‘winning side’ in the next election. We are told to accept candidates like Bush/Kerry or Obama/McCain and like it, the candidates that are put in front of the American people are working for the establishment elite (CFR). This is called the left-right paradigm, it’s a clever system that keeps them in power and keeps the people in their place.

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

As the media keeps the tension going between both Republican and the Democrats they promote and popularize the elite’s choice of who should win the election, they do this by whittling the contest down to 2 choices obligating the public to choose one or the other, either choose or ‘waste your vote’ on a 3rd party candidate. It’s always the same in every election.

The Republicans have absorbed the tea party movement, a movement that was formed by Libertarian values has become the party of Sarah Palin, FOX News and George Bush. Let us Libertarian Conservatives take back our movement, lets not get suckered into the 2-party system again, where the government gets bigger, big banks run rampant, parasitic politicians tax us into financial slavery and where the U.S. Constitution is treated like a piece of toilet paper.

CBS Poll: Republicans Have Absorbed the Tea Party

NO “LEMONS” IN MY TEA PARTY!

END THE FED activist shouted down at San Francisco tea party event

Guys wearing InfoWars shirts called ‘infiltrators’ at tea party event

 



Government Takeover of Health Care Still A Threat

Government Takeover of Health Care Still A Threat

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

Obama Willing to be a One-Term President to Pass Health Care Reform

Obama Campaign Received $20 Million From Insurance Companies

IRS to Make Sure Americans Buy Health Insurance

Americans Will Be Forced To Buy Health Insurance

 



More Government Crackdown in Airports After Flight 253

Ron Paul Says More Government Crackdown on Americans at Airports After Flight 253 Incident

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBNG1F77eoI

 



Houses Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill

Houses Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill

Antiwar.com
December 10, 2009

There was a time when the federal government’s annual budget was submitted by the president and decided by the Congress in a relatively straightforward fashion. A time when it wasn’t so difficult to figure out what the government spent taxpayers’ money on.

But this is, or soon will be, 2010, and President Obama’s promises of transparency aside, the new way of doing things in the perpetual wartime economy is to pass bulky spending bills filled with anything and everything Congressmen want on an accelerated schedule, every few months.

In today’s example, a 1088 page $1.1 trillion “compromise” spending bill passed through the House of Representatives in a 221-202 vote along partisan lines. The bill covers everything from veteran’s benefits to arbitration for car dealers and, of course, a hefty raise in the foreign aid budget.

The latest massive spending bill comes less than two months after the White House signed a $680 billion “Defense Spending Bill,” which included hate crimes legislation provisions and restarted military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay.

That bill itself came just a few months after a $106 billion “emergency” war spending bill, which included a number of “pet projects,” including the so-called Cash for Clunkers program that subsidized new car purchases in return for a promise to destroy what were in many cases serviceable used cars.

Which of course came not long after the $787 billion “stimulus bill” aimed at hurling enough money at assorted government programs that the economy would improve.

When President Obama took office, he promised a more transparent budget, particularly with promises to stop requesting “emergency” war spending bills to pay for what are now several year old wars.

This promise, like so many others, will likely be ignored, as the defense budgets have projected a more rapid pullout from Iraq and did not include last week’s massive escalation of the Afghan War, itself a $30 billion addition to the annual cost. Instead, America seems poised to continue the new way of doing things, piecemeal spending bills which provide ample opportunity to include the trendy projects that Congress craves and the unclear picture of the overall cost of war that keeps the voter largely in the dark about how much the nation’s assorted adventures really cost.

 

Look Who got the economy wrong and why are they still in charge

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O23YCB7F5SQ

Obama’s sellout to Wall Street creates ‘permanent bailout’

 



Ron Paul asks Hillary Clinton if she supports Bush Doctrine

Ron Paul asks Hillary Clinton if she supports Bush Doctrine

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOcHyrPa5g0

 

Ron Paul: Obama Is Preparing for Perpetual War

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_ALhRCUV34

 



$1 million to keep one US soldier in Afghanistan for one year

$1 million to keep one US soldier in Afghanistan for one year

NY Times
November 14, 2009

While President Obama’s decision about sending more troops to Afghanistan is primarily a military one, it also has substantial budget implications that are adding pressure to limit the commitment, senior administration officials say.

The latest internal government estimates place the cost of adding 40,000 American troops and sharply expanding the Afghan security forces, as favored by Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the top American and allied commander in Afghanistan, at $40 billion to $54 billion a year, the officials said.

Even if fewer troops are sent, or their mission is modified, the rough formula used by the White House, of about $1 million per soldier a year, appears almost constant.

So even if Mr. Obama opts for a lower troop commitment, Afghanistan’s new costs could wash out the projected $26 billion expected to be saved in 2010 from withdrawing troops from Iraq. And the overall military budget could rise to as much as $734 billion, or 10 percent more than the peak of $667 billion under the Bush administration.

Such an escalation in military spending would be a politically volatile issue for Mr. Obama at a time when the government budget deficit is soaring, the economy is weak and he is trying to pass a costly health care plan.

Read Full Article Here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebWs0XPaxWo