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    Wouldn't the liberals love that? LMAO!
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    I agree with what he says and stands for, however I doubt very much that he's a viable candidate. I can just hear him talking with Queen Elizabeth, "Hey Lizzie baby. How's it hanging".
    Although I would love to hear him and Putin. "Hey Vlad, STFU and knock off the shit with Iran and China before we drop a few nukes on you!!"

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    I hope he does run....if nothing else the debates will be freaking EPIC while it lasts!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    I hope he does run....if nothing else the debates will be freaking EPIC while it lasts!!!
    You mean the media controlled debates that denied Gary Johnson, Huntsman, and Ron Paul access because they weren't "viable" candidates? Those debates?



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    You mean the media controlled debates that denied Gary Johnson, Huntsman, and Ron Paul access because they weren't "viable" candidates? Those debates?
    Sweaty Teddy will have NONE of that!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    You mean the media controlled debates that denied Gary Johnson, Huntsman, and Ron Paul access because they weren't "viable" candidates? Those debates?
    Too bad, because I think Huntsman would have definitely been a great candidate. The guy did a great job as governor of Utardia!!

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    Too bad, because I think Huntsman would have definitely been a great candidate. The guy did a great job as governor of Utardia!!
    I would agree. Jon Huntsman would have made a great candidate, but he had one problem, he would not have been able to raise the money to run a successful campaign. I read that each candidate spent close to a billion dollars each in the last presidential election, not counting the money spent by the super Pac’s. The only people we will see running for government office, especially for the office of the President of The United States, will be those that corporate America or the independent big donors like. We the common people don’t get to really pick the candidates for the primary or the general election. Big money does that for us and we get to pick from who they decide. Look at the last Republican primaries; they dropped out as money became tight. Some say they dropped out because of stupid statements they made in public, but I think Mitt Romney made just as many (Obama did his share also). The difference was Mitt had the donors needed to run a campaign.
    I can just hear it now, Stewart and Colbert praying Ted Nugent goes for it. That will give them months of great comedy. In the end, he is just too radical for the large part of the population, and that includes for the most part the core Republicans and the independents. I like his music but as President, NO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmeagain View Post
    I would agree. Jon Huntsman would have made a great candidate, but he had one problem, he would not have been able to raise the money to run a successful campaign. I read that each candidate spent close to a billion dollars each in the last presidential election, not counting the money spent by the super Pac’s. The only people we will see running for government office, especially for the office of the President of The United States, will be those that corporate America or the independent big donors like. We the common people don’t get to really pick the candidates for the primary or the general election. Big money does that for us and we get to pick from who they decide. Look at the last Republican primaries; they dropped out as money became tight. Some say they dropped out because of stupid statements they made in public, but I think Mitt Romney made just as many (Obama did his share also). The difference was Mitt had the donors needed to run a campaign.
    I can just hear it now, Stewart and Colbert praying Ted Nugent goes for it. That will give them months of great comedy. In the end, he is just too radical for the large part of the population, and that includes for the most part the core Republicans and the independents. I like his music but as President, NO.
    King George declared Geo Washington a traitorous radical. I think he may have even had a bounty on his head along with a few others.
    If not for Ben Franklin, maybe the media would have labeled them the same way.
    In time, the guy that refuses to surrender his firearms will be labeled a radical as well. Maybe a murderous radical if somebody is killed in the process. CVX and R&J, shue and 1986 will carry that banner with pride. Of course, after they attend the fallen NSA/DHS/FEMA government thug's funeral. All will be declared traitorous radicals and murderers by the sheeple. All trying to stand in the way of PROGRESS!



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    King George declared Geo Washington a traitorous radical. I think he may have even had a bounty on his head along with a few others.
    If not for Ben Franklin, maybe the media would have labeled them the same way.
    In time, the guy that refuses to surrender his firearms will be labeled a radical as well. Maybe a murderous radical if somebody is killed in the process. CVX and R&J, shue and 1986 will carry that banner with pride. Of course, after they attend the fallen NSA/DHS/FEMA government thug's funeral. All will be declared traitorous radicals and murderers by the sheeple. All trying to stand in the way of PROGRESS!
    And all of them will walk happily down the same path that Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, and Castro lead their fools. One day they'll wake up and say "What happened? They told us it was supposed to be utopia?"

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