It's wrong to assume that the GOP is willing to nominate Ron Paul even if it's the only way to take the presidency from Obama.
Originally Posted by Brad Spangler
All this talk about how the Republican party needs Ron Paul to win is silly. Not because it's wrong, but because it assumes the GOP establishment would not prefer losing. Let's remember what the Republican and Democratic parties ARE -- factions of a parasitic ruling class who are constantly trying to out-manuever each other to get the superior share of the plunder looted from the American productive class. Of course they'd prefer having the losing/junior share for four years to even partially interfering with the gravy train.
I wish american society as a whole could understand this and not be a munch of mindless sheep.
"Americans are not going to "wake up" because they are not asleep. They actually like U.S. fascism. Whenever given an opportunity, the great majority of them speak, act, and vote in favor of it. The rulers, of course, are ever so glad to give the people what they want--and to take actions to ensure that the people continue to want it." -- Robert Higgs
And the reason for this is that the average American doesn't recognize that Statism, Fascism, and Socialism are all manifestations of Busybodyism, and that freedom is something you can't have unless you are willing to give it.
Judge Napolitano rocks, but I see why he got fired from Fox.
You don't talk about the "conservative" (and I use that term loosely) agenda like that on Fox. Even if it's couched in double meanings and is not directed at "liberal" or "conservative". He even hit on the fallacy of "Freedom of religion is not freedom from religion" and why it's so stupid in that episode, great watch.