The Revolution that Was

Want to know what the Ron Paul candidacy in ’08 and ’12 is all about?   I have never heard of Jack Hunter before, but his analysis below is solid.   Must be, because I couldn’t think of anything I disagreed with.  🙂   Hunter is evidently a radio host (maybe I can get my local talk radio station to drop Hannity and pick up this guy) and he either co-wrote, or more likely ghost wrote, Rand Paul’s The Tea Party Goes to Washington.   Viva la REVOLUTION!

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7 Comments on “The Revolution that Was”


  1. Revolution that IS!

    How do you not know Jack Hunter? He does the Paulitical Ticker on the official campaign site blog! I loved his video when Paul won the Virgin Islands popular vote but Romney got the delegates, and the media reported it as a Romney win. He looked/sounded pretty ticked.

  2. LJ Says:

    This is just too good not to share with y’all:

    Ban profits NOW!

    LJ

  3. Denson Dube Says:

    Very sad. A nation with citizens who think this way is a gonner! This shows profound ignorance …. a result of the dearth of the word of God.
    I thought some of you may be interested in reading up on the following links. Here, in South Africa, the Banks(including the Reserve Bank) are facing a law suit for their fraudulent business dealings from an NGO. Perhaps Ron Paul and others in the US could think of doing the same. US and European Banks got trillion dollar bailouts as a reward for their delinquent business practices. Ordinary Joe Blow would face decades of imprisonment for doing business the way Banks do. These banks should be facing the law.
    http://www.thebigcase.co.za


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