ARon Paul Files International Trademark Complaint Against Supporters

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    • Oct 2012
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    Ron Paul going to the U.N.? Wow. I gave him credit for at leadt being authentic. Guess he proved me wrong. What a hypocrite.
    • May 2012
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    I wish Ron Paul supported the military. I think with the exception of that he would have made a great president. Certainly he would have shrank government to the size it should be and he would have honored the Constitution, something this current administration simply doesn't do. So much wasted potential. His campaign for president never got any traction simply because he wanted to surrender all wars to our enemies.

    I still dream of what $1T in spending cuts in the first year of office would look like. I also believe he really would have eliminated the federal debt by the time his term ended. Hopefully there will be a politician just like him that comes along with the goal of having a strong military, but small limited government. We certainly could use that today.
    • Sep 2012
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    Of course they should turn it over to him at no cost .. he's a politician he doesn't have any money
    • Aug 2012
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    PoliticalSpice wrote: #1
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    Ron Paul going to the U.N.? Wow. I gave him credit for at leadt being authentic. Guess he proved me wrong. What a hypocrite.
    Narcissism always trumps authenticity.
    • Oct 2012
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    Neo_NtheMatrix wrote: #2
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    I wish Ron Paul supported the military. I think with the exception of that he would have made a great president. Certainly he would have shrank government to the size it should be and he would have honored the Constitution, something this current administration simply doesn't do. So much wasted p...
    In 2008 I would have voted for him, possibly in 2012 as well. But if you take out his support for the founding principles regarding war and military spending you take away a big part of the reason I would support such a candidate. Thus far I am not impressed by his son...
    • Oct 2012
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    bsking wrote: #3
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    Of course they should turn it over to him at no cost .. he's a politician he doesn't have any money
    Are you developing a sense of humor?
    • Nov 2012
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    Ron Paul or Politix trying to stay relevant....

    Weak sauce Politix...

    Take the day off.
    • Sep 2012
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    PoliticalSpice wrote: #6
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    Are you developing a sense of humor?
    @PoliticalSpice I have always had a sense of humor... it's just twisted beyond recognition :-{
    • Oct 2012
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    Republican5001 wrote: #7
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    Ron Paul or Politix trying to stay relevant.... Weak sauce Politix... Take the day off.
    Not everyone can take time off from the civil war for a pacific island vacation. Some of us need to work to help pay Ron Pauls pension.
    • Nov 2012
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    Come on Ron Paul, your 15 min are up. Ru Paul has a better chance of becoming President.
    • Nov 2012
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    He's just going downhill lately isn't he? Gonna make things look bad for his son if he's not careful.
    • Jan 2013
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    Why does he even care? Does he plan on screwing up anothe presidential election for republicans in 2016? Get over it old timer, you lost!
    • Oct 2012
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    NormalFlora wrote: #4
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    Narcissism always trumps authenticity.
    @NormalFlora This is narcissistic? What about nude self portraits in a shower or bath? Trying to clean up ones image, perhaps.
    • Nov 2012
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    Neo_NtheMatrix wrote: #2
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    I wish Ron Paul supported the military. I think with the exception of that he would have made a great president. Certainly he would have shrank government to the size it should be and he would have honored the Constitution, something this current administration simply doesn't do. So much wasted p...
    When right wingers say they want "small government", what they really mean is they don't want government to help people. They are all about big government when it comes to policing the world, locking up people for smoking pot, telling people who they can have sex with and telling women they can't abort.
    • Oct 2012
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    Sillpchs wrote: #11
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    He's just going downhill lately isn't he? Gonna make things look bad for his son if he's not careful.
    And his son isn't nearly as impressive as him to begin with. Though I am curious to hear his state of the union reply....
    • Oct 2012
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    No_Bama wrote: #12
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    Why does he even care? Does he plan on screwing up anothe presidential election for republicans in 2016? Get over it old timer, you lost!
    Do you really blame ron paul for romneys loss?
    • Oct 2012
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    Jet_Silverman wrote: #14
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    When right wingers say they want "small government", what they really mean is they don't want government to help people. They are all about big government when it comes to policing the world, locking up people for smoking pot, telling people who they can have sex with and telling women they can't...
    @Jet_Silverman No, they mean they want government small enough to fit government into your bedroom, telephone and computer.
    • Aug 2012
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    I do enjoy Rep Paul's use of a UN decision making body to pursue his personal interests. It's been his modis operandi for decades, but instead of using the House of Representatives he's simply shifted to the UN's WIPO.

    Shifting to agencies that meet a particular personal goal does seem to be a family trait. When son Rand became cross with the American Board of Ophthalmology he up and started his own certification board for eye surgeons - which so far has not met the minimum standards of such an organization but does allow Senator Paul to claim he is a "board-certified" surgeon without the unnecessary fuss of explaining to prospective surgical patients how meaningless that title really is. http://goo.gl/bOlJU
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    PoliticalSpice wrote: #1
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    Ron Paul going to the U.N.? Wow. I gave him credit for at leadt being authentic. Guess he proved me wrong. What a hypocrite.
    Learned a new thing about politicians, did ya?

    In my experience, politicians are self-centered jerks. They almost have to be in order to succeed. Pity...
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    Interesting the way he been lately with remarks of Chris Kyle and now this?

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