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Re: Americans, Your Favorite President?

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Washington

Jackson

Reagan

 

In that order.

 


I can't believe I forgot Jackson. If he was president, I would be scared of him.

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Re: Americans, Your Favorite President?

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George Bush my fav president a real man!

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My favorite presidents were the first few that made America, Washington and etc. But after that, this whole country strayed away from how it was intended to be. 

 

But if I were to choose a person now....

 

Ron Paul


Ron Paul will never have a chance to be president.. Besides he dropped out like not even in the finals of the 2012 campaign..

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ChangeDaBullets wrote:

ossiecastro5 wrote:

My favorite presidents were the first few that made America, Washington and etc. But after that, this whole country strayed away from how it was intended to be. 

 

But if I were to choose a person now....

 

Ron Paul


Ron Paul will never have a chance to be president.. Besides he dropped out like not even in the finals of the 2012 campaign..


Drop out? He was Romney's only competitor; he and Romney were the last two in the "Race against Obama".  But the Media and the Republicans buried him. They didn't want him to even had a chance since the start. Throughout the events, they all tried to ignored Ron. 

 

Here is one of my favorite little bits. Please wath it in full:

 

 

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Why?

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But in all seriousness Woodrow Wilson is the man

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I was not alive for this prez but I believe that he must have a armed forces history to understand the world better. Back in the day the press did not get wind of stuff to way after and choices could be made that were needed without worrying about how it would effect the elections. Imagine trying to make D day happen now. I don't think it would have even happened. We need a prez with some guts and the enemy would know it. That's just how I feel.

This man and others saved the world from the edge.
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Setzaroth wrote:

Ah, the illusion of choice.


Oh we have a choice; crappier vs. crappier.

 

 

The problem is that not enough of us vote. Only something like 30% to maybe 40% during a presidential election vote, and the rest of us have become so cynical they've given up on the process. They have this thinking of "I'm going to send a message about how disastifed I am, by  not voting, and then they'll have nobody to vote for them and the bad guys will be out of office". Really? That's your message you moron, because here's what really happens; the guys who want to stay in office mobilize their base and STAY in office. In in the United States of America is a course of action "inaction". This has what's led us to Citizens United where "money = speech" and "corporations are people".


Haha, well I vote, but it just doesn't seem to matter.

RE-THINK SALAD


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