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Ron Paul the Christian and anti-warmonger

 
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01/08/2012 10:05 PM
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Re: Ron Paul the Christian and anti-warmonger
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In the debates he is not always that strong. And he cannot make it clear to me that fixing entitlements and welfare means there still will be government assistance, but not for fat cats, and not wasted to bureaucrats. Or that he will just cut of people who need assistance.
I also don't like he doesn't want to use government to tackle the oil monopoly and diversify the energy market.
Maybe I'm drifting to Jon Huntsman.
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Re: Ron Paul the Christian and anti-warmonger
In the debates he is not always that strong. And he cannot make it clear to me that fixing entitlements and welfare means there still will be government assistance, but not for fat cats, and not wasted to bureaucrats. Or that he will just cut of people who need assistance.
I also don't like he doesn't want to use government to tackle the oil monopoly and diversify the energy market.
Maybe I'm drifting to Jon Huntsman.
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Welfare state isn't in the Constitution

Q: A long time ago, a fellow Texan was horrified to see young kids coming into the classroom hungry. The young student teacher later went on to be Pres. Lyndon Johnson. Providing nutrition at schools for children--is that a role of the federal government
PAUL: Well, I'm sure, when he did that, he did it with local government, and there's no rules against that. That'd be fine. But that doesn't imply that you want to endorse the entire welfare state. No; it isn't authorized in the Constitution for us to run a welfare state. And it doesn't work. All it's filled up with is mandates. But, yes, if there are poor people in Texas, we have a responsibility--I'd like to see it as voluntary as possible--but under our Constitution, our states have that right--if they feel the obligation, they have a perfect right to. This whole idea that there's something wrong with people who don't lavish out free stuff from the federal government somehow aren't compassionate enough. I resist those accusations.
Source: 2011 GOP debate in Simi Valley CA at the Reagan Library , Sep 7, 2011
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Re: Ron Paul the Christian and anti-warmonger
FREE MARKET SOLUTIONS
The free market – not government – is the solution to America’s energy needs.

Unfortunately, decades of misguided federal action have helped lead to skyrocketing fuel prices, making it even more difficult for hardworking families to make ends meet.

Washington’s bureaucratic regulations, corporate subsidies, and excessive taxation have distorted the market and resulted in government bureaucrats picking winners and losers.

In fact, much of the “pain at the pump” Americans are now feeling is due to federal policies designed by environmental alarmists to punish traditional energy production – like oil, coal, and natural gas – in hopes of making energy sources they favor more “economical.”

Sadly, even with $4.00 a gallon gasoline, many are attempting to make our energy crisis even worse by working to impose job-destroying carbon taxes, or a “Cap and Tax” system.

As long as we allow federal regulations and bureaucratic red tape to get in the way of energy exploration, our country will never solve its energy crisis, and Americans will continue to pay the price in high costs.


[link to www.ronpaul2012.com]
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01/08/2012 10:46 PM
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Re: Ron Paul the Christian and anti-warmonger
FREE MARKET SOLUTIONS
The free market – not government – is the solution to America’s energy needs.

Unfortunately, decades of misguided federal action have helped lead to skyrocketing fuel prices, making it even more difficult for hardworking families to make ends meet.

Washington’s bureaucratic regulations, corporate subsidies, and excessive taxation have distorted the market and resulted in government bureaucrats picking winners and losers.

In fact, much of the “pain at the pump” Americans are now feeling is due to federal policies designed by environmental alarmists to punish traditional energy production – like oil, coal, and natural gas – in hopes of making energy sources they favor more “economical.”

Sadly, even with $4.00 a gallon gasoline, many are attempting to make our energy crisis even worse by working to impose job-destroying carbon taxes, or a “Cap and Tax” system.

As long as we allow federal regulations and bureaucratic red tape to get in the way of energy exploration, our country will never solve its energy crisis, and Americans will continue to pay the price in high costs.


[link to www.ronpaul2012.com]
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All you need for proof is to look at the Dept of Energy, started under Carter to make the U.S. energy independent. It has been a total failure. The U.S. is more dependent than ever in spite of the multi billion dollar "Federal
Agency" with thousands of bureaucrats.





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