Brad9883

Brad9883

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539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 1 reply · +6 points

Ask them to be factual and they simply cannot do it. :)

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 1 reply · +5 points

Wow, talk about a '90s throwback!

Anyway, the reason I didn't click your lame link is because -- well, it's bound to be lame. You Paulies are all the same, drones of the same mold. Nothing different, spouting the same crap over and over, shouting louder and louder hoping someone will take you seriously, but to no avail. Nobody likes you guys and the more inflammatory you are the more turned off by Ron Paul people become.

Simple as that.

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 1 reply · +8 points

You used neocon as a pejorative and shouted "independence" in all caps. You are a Paulette. Don't be ashamed of your brain dysfunction.

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 3 replies · +2 points

*yawn*

Oh, nothing new from the Loony Bin yet? Didn't think so...

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 3 replies · +15 points

There was no open thread for THAT because it is well known that Paul supporters flood open straw polls.

The straw polls in California and Iowa were wide open. People could load up on buses from all around the country and vote. Candidates spent a lot of money chartering such buses.

On the other hand, Florida's Presidency 5 was open only to delegates selected from the ranks of the Florida Republican Party (the only people who are eligible to vote in GOP primaries), making it much more difficult to buy votes and more difficult to skew.

Thus, much more representative.

That, coupled with the historical precedence of this poll determining the eventual nominee (though certainly not binding) made this particular straw poll a much, much bigger deal than a few dozen folks in southern California.

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 3 replies · +14 points

No, "printing money" is a term used to describe an expansion of the money supply.

Printing money is monetary inflation in the Austrian school, but it doesn't always carry over into price inflation unless there is a commensurate increase in money velocity within the economy.

Invariably, it usually does. But that's not the point here. Can you find me any evidence -- any whatsoever, that Herman Cain had anything to do with monetary policy decisions at the Federal Reserve Bank? I'd love to see your sources.

539 weeks ago @ Big Government - Sunday Open Thread: Ca... · 45 replies · +49 points

Okay, I'll go ahead and say it...

I was on this very site about a year and a half ago promoting Herman Cain. I was made fun of and even accused of being like an Obama supporter, or that I was looking for the nearest black guy to run against Obama.

Boy, it feels great to be ahead of one's time! :) #justsayin

547 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - It\'s a deal: Obama, C... · 0 replies · +2 points

"will allow us to avoid default and end the crisis that Washington imposed on the rest of America," the president said in an announcement at the White House.

Still pretending to be an outsider. You are equally responsible, if not moreso, Mr. President. And you are not a hero here.

547 weeks ago @ Breitbart.com - It\'s a deal: Obama, C... · 1 reply · +3 points

MystWlker, I was going to say the same exact think.

Not only that, but even if there was a default, it would not have been "our nation's first ever." AP lies, media lies, establishment lies.

560 weeks ago @ Big Government - Connecticut Governor: ... · 1 reply · +11 points

I grew up in Connecticut. I've seen it go down hill, partly thanks to illegal immigrants, but also the tax and spend policies coming out of the one-party town of Hartford.

I joined the military in 2002, but kept my Connecticut residency because I had planned to return when I got out. Not any longer. My most recent assignment brought me to Florida -- no income tax! I changed my residency almost immediately!

Bye bye, Con-artist Connecticut! This is what democracy looks like! Voting with your feet!