CNN: Ron Paul on Texas Secession, Bailouts

7 Responses to “CNN: Ron Paul on Texas Secession, Bailouts”

  1. Dee Dee Says:

    You spelled secession wrong!!!!!!! It’s SECESSION not SUCession!!!!

  2. Linus Stephens Says:

    Should taxes be raised on the middle class or should governments be forced to spend less? Voice your opinion at: http://www.friendsoftheuschamber.com/takeaction/index.cfm?ID=351

  3. Mike Says:

    Hi, nice posts there :-) thank’s for the interesting information

  4. Dave Saunders Says:

    Interesting news item. I think many people tend to forget, or maybe they just don’t know, that We The People allow the Federal government to operate at our pleasure and will…and not the other way around.

  5. ianharper Says:

    have we all forgot how to make money? these banks got into problems because they kept the same money going around. its looked much safer that way, but if they had taken real risks on business that generate new money then things might be different.

  6. C M Hughes Says:

    I really wish Obama would make Ron Paul is number one adviser. This country was founded on pragmatic principles they give the power to the people, not the government. But just as history repeats itself, government is doing all that I can to grow larger and overbearing, thereby stepping on the rights of many United States citizens.

  7. MoxKirby Says:

    I guess we could always replace Texas with Puerto Rico, or Guam.

    Seriously though, the government is supposed to support the people, not the other way around, and with both advances in social media, and people like Ron Paul putting these issues in the public’s view, it’s getting harder for the crooks to keep their little secrets.

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