Ron Paul: Republicans And Democrats Pretend They’re Fighting – CNBC 12/28/2012 – Politics Informer Video

Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) Joins CNBC’s Money in Motion to discuss the impending fiscal cliff. December 28, 2012 My Channel: Fair Use Disclaimer: This video may contain copyrighted material. This material is made available for educational, research, and news reporting purposes only. This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 USC section 107 of the US Copyright Law which allows citizens to reproduce, distribute or exhibit portions of copyright motion pictures, video tapes, or video disks under certain circumstances without authorization of the copyright holder.
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  1. Ohhh is a pleasure to hear this man of magnificent reputation.

    What a wise guy he is….unfortunately…most of the Americans are just brain dead to understand. But..time will come when they will get it loud and clear… will be way to late to buy gold and silver….Hey stupid American…did you know that we used to have a gold and silver backed up currency? If not…then you are a real mega idiot.

  2. i think its because, in my view, a lot of the voters could handle the reality ron paul could give

    him saying things like america is becoming like rome, imperialistic, and spending too much on wars and whatnot

    he was giving the true story of america, and how bad its become, so people instead just wanna hear mitt romney and obama say how great this country is and bla bla bla

  3. There’s a big difference between casual day time make up and way over done “I want sexual attention” make up. Too many female news anchors are dressed like they are in their 20s going out to “tha club” looking for attention. Oh and btw I live in a major city and I have seen hookers walking the street. A sad sight.

  4. And by the way, I’m as anti-conservative as anyone can be, so in my view, Ron Paul is no different than mavericks, moderates, flip-floppers, or RINOs. They’re all cut from the same cloth.

  5. The system is corrupt. Everyone in Washington either knows this, but chooses to remain silent and go along with the flow, or are truly ignorant of the situation. The problem with the two-party system is in the constitution (i.e. the electoral college). Anyone who says they are supporting what the constitution says, are in retrospect, supporting the electoral college which discriminates against all third parties. Knowing that Republicrats will not relinquish their control, a revolution is needed!


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