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BigRock
12-28-2007, 11:35 PM
Repost police will be set on fire by their older brother and then raised by a fat, devious mortician while wearing a mask to hide their scars.

(Although, really, you won't have scars. Or even burns. And there's something where, when you were supposed to be a freaky teenage recluse who couldn't speak, you were dating a hot chick and she died in a car crash. And the mortician who took you in turns out to be your dad. And you hate your brother and then like him and then hate him and then like him again. Don't ask.)

ďOver the next year or so, many different people are going to tell you which presidential candidate to vote for. Iím not qualified to do that (and, in reality, neither is anyone else), but I would like to explain why I support and am going to vote for Congressman Ron Paul.

If youíre like me, youíre tired of unnecessary and exorbitant taxes, youíre tired of the dollar constantly losing purchasing power, and youíre alarmed when politicians demand that we surrender our constitutionally protected civil liberties, especially the bedrock principles of habeas corpus and due process, in exchange for ďsecurity.Ē

If you arenít concerned about any of these things, youíll have plenty of choices for President in 2008. If, on the other hand, you would like to see the IRS eliminated and the income tax ended, a return to sound money and the end of inflation, and a President who takes his oath to defend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights seriously, then Dr. Ron Paul is your only choice.

Itís not just a catch phrase; Ron Paul is Hope for America.Ē

- Glenn Jacobs, World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Kane

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BigRock
12-28-2007, 11:35 PM
For all Paul supporters, I humbly offer the following avatar suggestion...

I BURN FOR RON PAUL
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patteeu
12-29-2007, 08:20 AM
*We* haven't lost habeas corpus (unless *we* are foreign terrorists held overseas).

banyon
12-29-2007, 09:16 AM
*We* haven't lost habeas corpus (unless *we* are foreign terrorists held overseas).

Really? Maybe you should ask Jose Padilla about that.

patteeu
12-29-2007, 09:20 AM
Really? Maybe you should ask Jose Padilla about that.

The Bush administration caved in on that one, didn't they? I agree that that was wrong, but the wrong appears to have been righted.

banyon
12-29-2007, 10:00 AM
The Bush administration caved in on that one, didn't they? I agree that that was wrong, but the wrong appears to have been righted.

If by "caved in" you mean "fought it on every level for four years and then chickened out when it got ready to go to the Supreme Court" then yes.

Cochise
12-29-2007, 10:23 AM
Pff. Where's Ric Flair?

HolmeZz
12-29-2007, 10:44 AM
Pff. Where's Ric Flair?

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patteeu
12-29-2007, 10:49 AM
If by "caved in" you mean "fought it on every level for four years and then chickened out when it got ready to go to the Supreme Court" then yes.

:thumb: Yes, that's what I meant.

And I recognize that they didn't cave in to the extent that they admitted they had been wrong or anything, but I think it's a stretch, IMO, to say that we've lost habeas corpus because of a policy that at one time affected one resident US citizen (or at most a tiny number of them) out of our 300 million and which is no longer operative.