Ron Paul

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hoyelu, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. adhocrat Member

    Delorme McKee Stovall told me all people are racist. And she's the expert on these things, after all.
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  2. lulzgasm Member

    Well, humans are tribal by nature. And folk who think we can sing or legislate that part of ourselves away while joining in circle jerks and singing campfire songs are deluding themselves.

    The only way to truly end racism is to interbreed until everyone on the planet is brown.
    Me, I'm all for breeding. Best therapy in the world.
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  3. adhocrat Member

    Sure, we've got that thought than all others not of our tribe are bad. But it's interesting to note that trade smooths those problems out. Racism is self defeating. In the market place the only color is green. (Or gold, in a free market)

    It's also interesting to note that it was not businesses that called for segregation, it was the legislatures. the railroads really didn't give a fig about the skin, just the cash. Same for other non local businesses. They didn't want to lose all that wonderful cash.

    There's that greed in action. It's so bad that greedy grasping businessmen will sell to just about anybody in their never ending quest to supply people with what they want greed.
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  4. lulzgasm Member

    Well yeah. Trade, and sex, makes everyone happy. That's why I'm all for legalizing prostitution.
  5. adhocrat Member

    but what would I trade for it? hmmmm I know, GOLD
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  6. Bruce D. Member

    I agree with you Adhocrat. The original intent of the Bill of Rights was not to give the government the power to grant or restrict rights. It was made clear for those who take the time to understand that the 'founders' believed that rights came from the Creator and not government. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights are both a restriction on government power. Both documents are rarely read and even less understood by the voting public. Hence the government assumes more and more power, many times in exchange for a benefits such as birth control or whatever. The power of redistribution goes hand and hand with government power over individual lives. "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. ..."
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  7. Bruce D. Member

    Certain people have a vested interest in racism, They do not want it eliminated. They want it managed. There are those that make a very good living off racial hatred such as Louis Farrakhan and Jeremiad Wright and there are others. Some race bait as a political weapon. It is a very powerful weapon because people react to the word without investigation the context.
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  8. lulzgasm Member

    How else do hookers end up with hearts of gold? ;)
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  9. adhocrat Member

    What happens if they leave San Francisco?

    And don't tell RolandRB. He'll spread the word about hearts of gold, just like he's doing with those damn busts. Things could get too gruesome. Besides, it's ruined a perfectly good scam for some people. Too gruesome...
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  10. WMAnon Member

    Really? Really? We're going to let adhocrat say that businesses never engaged in segregation? That the magical hand of the market place always works? Because no one told diners in the south that they had to ban black people from the counters. When one race has all the money and is racist businesses will be racist as fuck.
  11. lulzgasm Member

    Hate to break it to you, but it was the GOVERNMENT who created a LAW to prevent white business owners from doing business with blacks (ever hear of Jim Crow?). Now why do you think the gov felt they needed a law to prevent that, if nobody was doing it? hmmmm?
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  12. lulzgasm Member

    Repub primaries: like watching the mafia run for elections.
  13. The Wrong Guy Member

    Ron Paul calls it quits: his legacy will live on

    Published on Nov 15, 2012 by RTAmerica

    After serving over 20 years in the US House of Representatives and running for president several times, Congressman Ron Paul delivered his farewell speech on the House floor. On Wednesday, Ron Paul's message of smaller government and liberty resonated through the House chambers.

    So how will his departure change America? Brian Doherty, senior editor for, give us his take.
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  14. cTp Member


    Dust in the wind

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