Ron Paul Still Undecided on Romney

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Ron Paul, who is still technically running for the Republican nomination, says he has not decided whether or not he'll vote for Mitt Romney. Full Story
bottlecap

Tampa, FL

#1 Jul 19, 2012
What is forgoten is that Ron Paul was the driving force behind the one-time audit of the Federal Reserve. The results from the CBO were STAGGERING.

http://sanders.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/GAO%2...

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Table 8: Institutions with Largest Total Transaction Amounts (Not Term-Adjusted) across Broad-Based Emergency Programs
(Borrowing Aggregated by Parent Company and Includes Sponsored ABCP Conduits), December 1, 2007 through July 21,
2010

Dollar in billions

Borrowing Parent Company TAF PDCF TSLF CPFF Subtotal AMLF TALF Total loans

Citigroup Inc.$110 $2,020 $348 $33 $2,511 $1 -$ 2,513
Morgan Stanley - 1,913 115 4 2,032 - 9 2,041
Merrill Lynch & Co. 0 1,775 166 8 1,949 -- 1,949
Bank of America Corporation 280 947 101 15 1,342 2 - 1,344
Barclays PLC (United Kingdom) 232 410 187 39 868 -- 868
Bear Stearns Companies, Inc.- 851 2 - 853 -- 853
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.- 589 225 0 814 -- 814
Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (United
Kingdom) 212 - 291 39 541 -- 541
Deutsche Bank AG (Germany) 77 1 277 - 354 -- 354
UBS AG (Switzerland) 56 35 122 75 287 -- 287
JP Morgan Chase & Co. 99 112 68 - 279 111 - 391
Credit Suisse Group AG (Switzerland) 0 2 261 - 262 0 - 262
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.- 83 99 - 183 -- 183
Bank of Scotland PLC (United Kingdom) 181 --- 181 -- 181
BNP Paribas SA (France) 64 66 41 3 175 -- 175
Wells Fargo & Co. 159 --- 159 -- 159
Dexia SA (Belgium) 105 -- 53 159 -- 159
Wachovia Corporation 142 --- 142 -- 142
Dresdner Bank AG (Germany) 123 0 1 10 135 -- 135
Societe Generale SA (France) 124 --- 124 -- 124
All other borrowers 1,854 146 14 460 2,475 103 62 2,639

Total $3,818 $8,951 $2,319 $738 $15,826 $217 $71 $16,115
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The Federal Reserve made 16+ TRILLION in Secret Loans to banks, much to FOREIGN BANKS, and according to Sen. Sanders, the Senate knew nothing about it.

Romney has to take a strong srand not only against Obama on these loans but also "W", AND support Paul 100%!
Bjorn

Stockholm, Sweden

#2 Jul 29, 2012
Ron Paul is the only hope for USA and he should be nominated.
Romney will ruin USA, it is the worst candidate among all.
Norminha

Rogers, AR

#3 Jul 30, 2012
The great fraud of the century -mitt obama!!!
That creature is the laugh of everybody, where ever he goes!
With his typical flip flopping style, he's try to divide America, worse than his identical twin!!!

Since: Dec 10

Allentown, Pa

#4 Aug 5, 2012
Bjorn wrote:
Ron Paul is the only hope for USA and he should be nominated.
Romney will ruin USA, it is the worst candidate among all.
Romney is only marginally better then obama. I mean, they will have much of the same policies, but Romney will execute them differently. Romney will not go gallivanting around the globe apologizing for America, and will not have an AG who says that white people are NOT covered under hate crime laws. But the thing that really bothers me is Romney would sign the NDAA ACT, and would probably send our troops back into Iraq; he has the same foreign policy team as Bush did.

The only way I can even fathom Ron Paul putting his seal of approval on R Money, is if Rand is the VP. Any other way, and it's like he's approving of all the cheating done against him in the primaries.
ZZZ

United States

#5 Aug 5, 2012
Bjorn wrote:
Ron Paul is the only hope for USA and he should be nominated.
Romney will ruin USA, it is the worst candidate among all.
What can you do, Ron Paul told the truth, that's wrong in US politics those who speak the truth lose.

Since: Jul 11

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#6 Aug 5, 2012
It's party politics as usual-Ron Paul didn't win a single souhtern primary-he's telling the truth and the southern baptists are voting for a Mormon?-lol!

Since: Jul 11

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#7 Aug 11, 2012
Zachary_ wrote:
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Romney is only marginally better then obama. I mean, they will have much of the same policies, but Romney will execute them differently. Romney will not go gallivanting around the globe apologizing for America, and will not have an AG who says that white people are NOT covered under hate crime laws. But the thing that really bothers me is Romney would sign the NDAA ACT, and would probably send our troops back into Iraq; he has the same foreign policy team as Bush did.
The only way I can even fathom Ron Paul putting his seal of approval on R Money, is if Rand is the VP. Any other way, and it's like he's approving of all the cheating done against him in the primaries.
Prez Obama was apologizing for George Bush's bogus wars on terror, remember the Prez has moved right too far-imo, with drone strikes, a kill list,and killing innocent Pakistanis, so you're wrong there..Paul would be an idiot to support Romney

Since: Jul 11

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#8 Aug 11, 2012
Romney's hidden taxes,unknown campaign financiers
this is another CON game and Ron Paul knows it

Since: Dec 10

Allentown, Pa

#9 Aug 11, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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Prez Obama was apologizing for George Bush's bogus wars on terror, remember the Prez has moved right too far-imo, with drone strikes, a kill list,and killing innocent Pakistanis, so you're wrong there..Paul would be an idiot to support Romney
IMO obama is getting blackmailed by his puppt masters behind the scenes. If he doesn't play the "Duke Nukem Warmonger" character that they want, they will instruct their medias to cover how obama was born in Kenya.

I don't know if obama really wants to use our military like he has, but I think he's being forced to be someone he's not. It is extremely unlikeable that we will ever see the real obama.
Bringmedinner

San Jose, CA

#10 Aug 11, 2012
The choice of Paul Ryan as Vice President and President of the Senate should get Ron Paul's support up front. He may have been instrumental in the choice.

Since: Jul 11

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#11 Aug 11, 2012
Zachary_ wrote:
<quoted text>
IMO obama is getting blackmailed by his puppt masters behind the scenes. If he doesn't play the "Duke Nukem Warmonger" character that they want, they will instruct their medias to cover how obama was born in Kenya.
I don't know if obama really wants to use our military like he has, but I think he's being forced to be someone he's not. It is extremely unlikeable that we will ever see the real obama.
I agree that he should have been more cautious although many across the pond were glad to see Gadhafi terminated, without many if any US troops killed-Obama/Clinton get high marks on that regime change-Reagan wanted Gadhafi more than any US Prez in history

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#12 Aug 11, 2012
Bjorn wrote:
Ron Paul is the only hope for USA and he should be nominated.
Romney will ruin USA, it is the worst candidate among all.
Romney will not have the opportunity to ruin the USA. Ron Paul is E.T. 70 years later.

Since: Dec 10

Allentown, Pa

#13 Aug 12, 2012
Bringmedinner wrote:
The choice of Paul Ryan as Vice President and President of the Senate should get Ron Paul's support up front. He may have been instrumental in the choice.
WTF? Why would Romney choose a Veep while there is still another candidate running, and Mitt is NOT the official nominee yet. IMO he did it so there's less chance that the delegates will dump him at the convention, they could be "awestruck" by Ryan and actually think they can win!

Not that you said it, but it takes a special kind of stupid to say that a vote for Paul is a vote for obama. The GOP have been saying that Ron Paul does'nt have alot of support, that's why he did miserable in the primaries. So if he doesn't have alot of support, what in the world would make them think that if we all voted for Mittens, that it would matter?
Bringmedinner

San Jose, CA

#14 Aug 12, 2012
Zachary_ wrote:
<quoted text>
WTF? Why would Romney choose a Veep while there is still another candidate running, and Mitt is NOT the official nominee yet. IMO he did it so there's less chance that the delegates will dump him at the convention, they could be "awestruck" by Ryan and actually think they can win!
Not that you said it, but it takes a special kind of stupid to say that a vote for Paul is a vote for obama. The GOP have been saying that Ron Paul does'nt have alot of support, that's why he did miserable in the primaries. So if he doesn't have alot of support, what in the world would make them think that if we all voted for Mittens, that it would matter?
Ron Paul has significant intelligent support. When he realizes the closest he can get to the White House is by supporting the promise of Ryan's super-intelligence, he'll encourage others to do so. If Paul hadn't been so pinheaded and divisive on the single issue of Israel, he might have done better.

Since: Jul 11

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#15 Aug 12, 2012
Bringmedinner wrote:
<quoted text>
Ron Paul has significant intelligent support. When he realizes the closest he can get to the White House is by supporting the promise of Ryan's super-intelligence, he'll encourage others to do so. If Paul hadn't been so pinheaded and divisive on the single issue of Israel, he might have done better.
found any wmd's,al qaeda or taliban in Iraq?
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#16 Aug 13, 2012
Ron Paul can't even come up with a very simple yes or no as to who or what he would support. And that is why he didn't make the grade and never could. All he really needs to do is go back to Texas and feed the chickens.
It's over folks! Get real and vote that trash sitting in the WH and his administration out before they can do any more harm.
JDC

El Paso, TX

#17 Aug 13, 2012
EASY MONEY wrote:
Ron Paul can't even come up with a very simple yes or no as to who or what he would support.
Why should he support a party..that did not support him?

Why would any true conservative support the hypocritical GOP? You know the party that says they stand for limited government, yet voted for more government? You know the party that hung conservatives out to dry, to the extent that millions went to the tea party?

Since: Dec 10

Allentown, Pa

#18 Aug 13, 2012
EASY MONEY wrote:
Ron Paul can't even come up with a very simple yes or no as to who or what he would support. And that is why he didn't make the grade and never could. All he really needs to do is go back to Texas and feed the chickens.
It's over folks! Get real and vote that trash sitting in the WH and his administration out before they can do any more harm.
During the early primaries, Ron Paul was constantly hammered by FOX news that if he lost, would he support the nominee? Well, I think he should've flipped that question and ask if he became the nominee, would the other candidates support him?

Please, this Presidential election has already been decided. George Soros owns the company that will tally the votes on election night. But the leftist billionaire sees no difference between obama and Romney to care who wins. No matter if half the country voted for Charlie Sheen, Mitt Romney would still win! Our votes do not matter, if anything we vote on the electors in the college. But if by people voting, we could change anything whatsoever, voting would be illegal.

This election has been decided. Barring some huge gaffe by Romney, he will win.

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