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that wont be enough as jimmik said above, war is a big spending but not as much to drastically change their economy a bit in case of stoping it. even though i agree it would be a good start.
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Though it seems though buddyholly that you're okay with that since judging from your flag I'm sure you paint a beautiful and glorious picture of imperialists and colonialists since they've helped the likes of you separate Northern Ireland from the mainland.
What does that even mean?

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Corruption exists everywhere but what's ridiculous is the continuation of imperialism in today's world.
Ar you talking about China and Venezuela now?

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where have i accepted anything from grassquet or other user here?

read what i said again: i don't have the will to read every stupid post those 2 have made in this thread . i referred to your posts in general, not your obama-related posts as you assert.

and then you've got the guts to say i'm making a fool of myself
When you use a Grassquet post to lead into what you want to say, that tells me you are accepting Grassquet's lead.

But forget about it - anyone who can state an opinion on my posts and at the very same time claim not to read them, obviously is not to be taken seriously.

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http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1211/70156.html

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boy, would the world be interesting (in all kinds of ways) with paul running washington...just imagine the power struggle in the middle east once america withdraws completely. he's certainly onto something politically but some of his views, if implemented, seem just downright scary.
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Ron Paul is the only republican I'd vote for. Otherwise I vote libertarian, even if it's a "wasted vote". Republicans and democrats don't make much difference to me.
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Ar you talking about China and Venezuela now?
Care to elaborate how either of these countries are imperialists? (Especially the latter).
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Ron Paul is the only republican I'd vote for. Otherwise I vote libertarian, even if it's a "wasted vote". Republicans and democrats don't make much difference to me.
That's kind of how I feel about the situation as well.

Regardless, of all the available candidates including Obama whose defending the Democratic race, without a shout of a doubt, I think Ron Paul would be ideal if he does all the things he says.

Then again even with his amazing ads and messages he's got out to really strengthen his position, the poor guy will not receive the required amount of votes he deserves to lead the country.
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Here is your beloved Ron Paul:


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Armstrong says in-competition testing will never catch anyone, only out-of-competition testing and the blood passport can.

Tennis has no blood passport system, and does basically no out of competition testing.

The methods and drugs used by Armstrong in 1999 would work in tennis right now, with zero chance of being caught (not slightly surprising to anyone familiar with the topic, btw).
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Good for him.

I believe in evolution but I can't stand arrogant scientific atheists. I bet he wound them right up.

Btw, that video didn't work for me.
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http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_1...vented-people/

Gingrich: Palestinians are an invented people.

That old chestnut again...
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Good for him.

I believe in evolution but I can't stand arrogant scientific atheists. I bet he wound them right up.

Btw, that video didn't work for me.
Nevermind about the "arrogant scientific atheists". And you don't "believe" in evolution, just like you don't "believe" that Pluto exists.

You simply cannot pretend someone who ignores an established scientific theory is qualified to become the most powerful person in the world.

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Armstrong says in-competition testing will never catch anyone, only out-of-competition testing and the blood passport can.

Tennis has no blood passport system, and does basically no out of competition testing.

The methods and drugs used by Armstrong in 1999 would work in tennis right now, with zero chance of being caught (not slightly surprising to anyone familiar with the topic, btw).
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Nevermind about the "arrogant scientific atheists". And you don't "believe" in evolution, just like you don't "believe" that Pluto exists.

You simply cannot pretend someone who ignores an established scientific theory is qualified to become the most powerful person in the world.
Actually, since he's trying to be president, I'm more concerned whether he believes in proven economic theories than evolution, gravity or Einstein's theory of relativity.

If he was applying to be a nuclear physicist, then I'd be worried.
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Actually, since he's trying to be president, I'm more concerned whether he believes in proven economic theories than evolution, gravity or Einstein's theory of relativity.

If he was applying to be a nuclear physicist, then I'd be worried.
proven economic theories

i'd really like to see you elaborting on that

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Here is your beloved Ron Paul:

yet another yank bible humper. nothing to see here. I bet they'll still have presidents who believe in a magical wizard who created everything in thousand years' time.
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