Ron Paul 2012 May 7, 2011 23:52:18 GMT -5
Post by Chris Kaufman on May 7, 2011 23:52:18 GMT -5
Our number one problem, in my opinion, is financial solvency. If we don't get America's finances in order then all the other ideolical wish lists on both sides won't amount to squat because our country is going to implode, just as you said. It's now or never.
Read that Herman Cain bio that I posted. The man has credibility. Ron Paul's real strength is that he truly understands the con game that is the Fed and has a real desire to put a stop to the Washington Shake Down.
Let's get the country back on track and get back to work. Once everyone can breath without worrying about losing their home and how they are going to eat- then we can go back to bickering over STUPID-A$$ $**T.
I just read his Bio, and while it's impressive from a career standpoint, I'm still not sold on him. To me he's not only unqualified to be President, but I still don't like the ties he has with the FED. Notice on his Bio how brief the mention of his employment at the FED is.
It's funny how people see different things:
I watched the debates while paying specific attention to Cain, due to this thread. I didn't hear him say ANYTHING clear and concise, and didn't offer ANY real solutions. He repeated the same thing at least 3 or 4 times when asked a legitimate question. The people said he had a plan, but he only pretty much said that he doesn't know the answer but he'll surround himself with people who will. Then what's the point of him being there? Sounds all too familiar.....maybe he'll ask Cheney can be his VP?