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    We'll miss your service buddy! Wish things could have worked out better for you in your presidential bid. You had a lot of fresh and interesting ideas, untethered by the subversive and dogmatic stranglehold of Washington bureaucracy. Thanks for your tireless service.
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    On the map of political philosophy Dr Paul drew a bright line. There was nobody on the other side of it with him, of course, but there's a line nonetheless.
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    Yah, it's a shame the two parties care more about re-election and Lobbies than they do Liberty and Americans best interests. Alas they will likely fill his seat with another puppet.
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    @MrGreenHerb Do you agree with Ron Paul that it's not a problem if Iran gets nukes? Do you agree with Ron Paul that we should just open the border with Mexico? Come on now.
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    @jessejaymes Do you agree that we should be policing the world? Be bombing Iraq? Do you agree on killing MILLIONS of people? Without cause, only because the Government believes they are terrorists? I believe if Iran sends nukes to America, it's only because they're doing what we did too them.
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    @MrGreenHerb And as usual I see a middle ground between the far right wanting to nuke and saying that "if Iran nukes us it's only because of what we did to them". You a Muslim are you? Or just an extremist?
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    @jessejaymes Actually no, I'm not Muslim. I have a friend who is Muslim though, he believes America is as corrupted as any other American out there. He also believe what America is doing over there is wrong. But what Americans don't know, and maybe you have this view also is that. You're to focused on what happened on 9/11 to ACTUALLY KNOW the truth on why it happened. Do you also want me to tell you that also?
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    His most important legacy is his unwavering opinions, right or wrong, and sticking with what he believes his entire tenure. Voters would be wise to take notice of this and start holding their own representatives to the same standard.
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    Voting no so many times in Congress. Sticking to his values in the face of Corporate strong arming. Getting young people to pay attention to what is going on in the world in which they find their selves in.
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    @chomsky0 The Republican party had a chance to bring in a bunch of young voters with Paul and just let them slip away. The whole time calling them nuts and loons. When in reality these kids are the fresh blood the party's going to need in the future to remain viable.
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    @truthsayer Yeah, the Republican's really dropped the ball when they didn't support Ron Paul. Paul really appealed to the disenchanted Obama voters and the Republican's didn't capitalize on this. The party alienated the young, as they did in the last couple presidential elections and the young showed them how important their vote is.
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    @Bobolinsky Damn you almost had me there for a second. If they (Tea Party) wouldn't make me feel like I was at a prayer meeting I'd bring my Bourbon and join the party.
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    @truthsayer-- No Tea Party rally I've ever been to has felt like a prayer meeting. Why do I get the feeling that you've never been to one?
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    @Bobolinsky At the very beginning of the movement I supported the Tea party and still do in most aspects. The fact that you all contentiously challenge the status quo of the GOP is great. I believe the base of the party are patriots and have my total support. With a slight purge of the Bachmann crowd I would be on board a 100%.
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    I liked that he stuck with his guns on the issues. But out of numerous pieces of legislation he proposed only a small handful went through. I don't like how the GOP crapped on him either, he could've easily garnered a lot more support for the GOP. Overall, I would sit down have and have a beer with the man, which is a lot more than I can say for many of the Yahoos that currently work in CONgress.
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    I believe that history will vindicate Ron Paul’s ideas. However, this generation voted for a different path. After the Goldman-Sachs derivatives Ponzi scheme inevitably collapses there may well be a revival of the Ron Paul movement, sadly without the figurehead Ron Paul.
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    Bye Ron Paul. You were a strange little man who had some interesting ideas. Better than most of your brethren republicans though.
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