Ron Paul speech at 2010 Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC)

Ron Paul is my hero.

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

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  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • Factor niner

    I have never believed one word of a politician. I believe he is about the best leader in my lifetime that I have ever heard…Thanks for posting Suede..

    FactorNiner

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.

  • http://freedom00is00earned.blogspot.com Pat Donnelly

    Yes. He is very good. America can still save itself if it embraces the simple philosophy. Too unlikely though? Maybe Rand can make an impression?

    I am too paranoid to be able to accept him wholeheartedly, after all, look at the law professor from Harvard. While I mention him, I do not mean to compare. A CIA hack versus someone with a lifetime of good service to his community.

    Kucinich and Gravel are also worth giving the benefit of the doubt. The rest embrace corruption as part of the process, too readily.