Ron Paul: We Can't Remake the World with Bribes and Bombs!





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Published on Sep 20, 2012

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Comments • 282

Liberty Howl - wolfpjw
Thanks, as usual good Doctor 
Zach Payne
Ron Paul fan for Gary Johnson 2012! There's still hope.
Zach Payne
Umm, yes, I AM a fan of Gary lol. I am a Ron Paul fan and I am for Gary Johnson.
Mitchell Collings
Write in Ron Paul 2012. Lets start something Youtube
Hares Groove
Ron Paul, We The People Stand With you! 
The 800 # for this recording which is available every Sunday evening.
its ok ron, we tried... as we know its the end times, and fixing the economy / world is not of prophecy, god will prevail over the evil of man in time, thanks for being one of the good.
Mauro Augusto Mexia
I'm still undecided if writing in Ron Paul or voting Gary Johnson... Ron Paul is the greatest statesman in the US!
Todd Stanley
You said Kentucky does not have a write-in ballot. Finding it now works differently in each state that does have it. I found we are both right & wrong. The candidate must submit the following to the Kentucky Secretary of State: 1) A “Declaration of Intent To Be A Write-In Candidate” form, which will require the following information: The form and fee are due by 4pm, Kentucky time, October 24, 2008. The form is available by request from the Kentucky State Board of Elections: 502-573-7100
Todd Stanley
As I have found out and admitted that I was wrong on some states have changed how the "write-in candidate" is done. There are good many states that US the actual ballot write-in. All I asked was does Kentucky still have the "write-in''on the ballot & I was told yes. It was not until after this conversation with you that I found out it is not the true write-in on the ballot as the voter can not write in the name of a qualified individual. There are many states still using the older system.
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