Bernie Sanders & Ron Paul
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Ronald Ernest Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American physician, author, and former politician who served as the U.S./5
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Also a big fan of Ron Paul. From Ron Paul to Jim Webb to Bernie Sanders. Yep--nothing to see here. Guess we should move along. 😉
People thought Ron Paul was just a crazy old white guy, but then Bernie Sanders becomes popular and now we're stuck with
Ron Paul vs. Bernie Sanders would have been cool.
Here's an idea:. Let's start this whole thing over and run Ron Paul against Bernie Sanders.
"It's shocking that nobody in my Ron Paul *** Jim Webb *** Bernie Sanders anarchist bro group is a big HRC backer"
Bernie Sanders isn't the Democrat Ron Paul cause Ron Paul never endorsed the corrupt nominee.
Food for thought for the Bernie Sanders supporters.. Quite a contrast between him and Ron Paul, who was a REAL...
There's many Bernie Sanders supporters who never got enthused about Ron Paul and the message of liberty. Paul...
Bernie Sanders should have run as a Republican, ala Ron Paul. It's where he & his supporters belong-their behavior would…
claims of Bernie Sanders being 'the future' of the Democratic Party reminiscent of Ron Paul fans saying same re Paul & Repu…
Ron Paul is Right, Bernie Sanders is an Authoritarian - James Smith - Liberty.me
"The fact that so many former Ron Paul supporters are now passionately behind Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump for...
What pisses me off the most about Bernie Sanders supporters is that they're the people who called Ron Paul "crazy uncle Ron!"
Write in vote and it would be Bernie Sanders. I did the same for Ron Paul.
Ron Paul is accurately criticizing Bernie Sanders on foreign policy. One vote doesn't mean you don't endorse militarism.
Bernie Sanders also has significant overlap with Ron Paul supporters.
No. Bernie Sanders is more solid and has more depth and brights and heart than Ron Paul had. I expect Bernie to win.
However unlike Ron Paul, Bernie Sanders has gained significant leads during his campaign.
Not to diminish what Bernie Sanders campaign has done in last day, but Ron Paul did $6 million in 1 day 9 years ago. https…
As usual, solid insight from Nate Silver. I'm not the only one noticing the Ron Paul / Bernie Sanders connection.
Just as with Ron Paul in 2012, Bernie Sanders supporters are scarier than the candidate.
Bernie Sanders is all flap. He sold out Ron Pauls Audit the Bill while Ron Paul was trying his best to get this...
Now that Ron Paul is gone my friends and I have all decided to vote for Bernie Sanders b/c we just follow trends and don't care about issues
Say what you want about Bernie Sanders. He doesn't come across as fake. If only Bernie understood economics, Dems might have a Ron Paul
Then the conclusion about Bernie Sanders as only person running for Prez who understands. Not so. Sanders agreed with Ron Paul about
Just like Ron Paul was, I think Bernie Sanders will be pushed out by the establishment and there is 0% chance ...
I been wondering if Bernie Sanders supporters are a mix of Ron Paul's & Obama's most radical supporters as it seems, do y'…
It's becoming increasingly difficult to not see the similarities between old Ron Paul supporters and Bernie Sanders'.
Don't let Bernie Sanders be the next Ron Paul. Get him to the primaries.
Bernie Sanders supporters feeling more and more like Ron Paul supporters in 2012.
I like Rand but the scary thing is he seems to have lost Ron Paul supporters to Bernie Sanders!
From opposite ends of the spectrum, Americans seem quite responsive to "political revolution"... from Ron Paul to Bernie Sanders
The people who were all about Ron Paul are all about Bernie Sanders this election. So political hipsterism is a thing. Politics as fashion.
Bernie Sanders has officially replaced Ron Paul as the new hipster politician du jour party talking point. I live in LA, …
Bernie Sanders isn't the Ron Paul of the left. He's their Ross Perot.
From what I've seen, Bernie Sanders is good in catching his own share of young voters, but he's no Ron Paul. And the latter is pragmatic.
Bernie Sanders crowds makes me recollect...about the grand crowds of then legendary Ron Paul, 2012. .
Bernie Sanders' and Ron Paul's popularity as candidates just attests to the notion that Americans love being governed by crazy old white men
I voted for and supported Ron Paul last time, this time Bernie Sanders is someone I'm looking into for the Presidential ele…
If you ever said Ron Paul followers were rabid,. WAIT for the Bernie Sanders fans to kick into gear!
Bernie Sanders is the left's Ron Paul. We only like half of him.
I'd love to vote for Bernie Sanders, but he's only in to galvanize the Democratic base. Like Salon said, he's our Ron Paul
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Angus King, Russ Feingold, etc. . Your delusional if you think Ron Paul cares.
Why do politicians lie? Ask Jimmy Carter, Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich, and Bernie Sanders about how straight shooting worked for them.
I really want Bernie Sanders to run but I'm scared that makes me a left-wing version of the Ron Paul stans
Bernie Sanders is becoming the new Ron Paul. -Twily
Ron Paul and Bernie Sanders were right...Michael Lewis: The Ray Rice video for the financial sector has arrived.
Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul both seek to end the Federal Reserve System
The first ever GAO (Government Accountability Office) audit of the Federal Reserve was carried out in the past few months due to the Ron Paul, Alan Grayson Amendment to the Dodd-Frank bill, which passed last year. Jim DeMint, a Republican Senator, and Bernie Sanders, an independent Senator, led the charge for a Federal Reserve audit in the Senate, but watered down the original language of the house bill(HR1207), so that a complete audit would not be carried out. Ben Bernanke (pictured to the LEFT), Alan Greenspan, and various other bankers vehemently opposed the audit and lied to Congress about the effects an audit would have on markets. Nevertheless, the results of the first audit in the Federal Reserve’s nearly 100 year history were posted on Senator Sander’s webpage earlier this morning. What was revealed in the audit was startling: $16,000,000,000,000.00 had been secretly given out to US banks and corporations and foreign banks everywhere from France to Scotland. From the period between December 2 ...
I think the only two honest politicians I can recall are Ron Paul and Bernie Sanders.
I don't think U.S. media realise George Galloway makes Bernie Sanders look like Ron Paul.
If you had to make a list of politicians whom you consider honest individuals, who would you include? My list: Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Walter Jones, Mike Gravel, Bernie Sanders, Justin Amash, Russell Feingold, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson, Virgil Goode, Rand Paul, and perhaps even Elizabeth Warren. Feel free to criticize my list if you wish, or include your own below. -SA
I will write in a name. Not sure if it will be Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Bernie Sanders or Mic Check.
Not one talks to the american people directly, its all politician talk. Talking points. Nothing real. Its not like Dennis Kucinch, Alan Grayson, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Ron Paul, talk like. They talk like real people, not plastic cardboard cut outs. Nobody talks about Wall Street, the crimes of derivatives, GMO, the corruption in washington, democrats and republicans stealing from food stamp funds, the new deal, oh I dont know WAR, predator drones, civil liberties.
that's probably true on almost all issues, except for the rare Ron Paul's or Dennis Kucinich/Bernie Sanders'.
These r the few that speak my voice: Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Rand Paul, Neil Abercrombie, & Bernie Sanders. Blind loyalty to...
I honestly feel that The Bankers, Wall Street and Corporations are Afraid! Afraid that America will vote for someone who is not already in their pocket, and they own and control the major Media outlets. I wish we could get some more people that all of America Knows to help him maybe Ron Paul, Ross Perot, Warren Buffet, Bernie Sanders, Bill Moyers, to help back him, or a least try to get him some airtime. He has the support of quite a few people, but I personally have only heard of a few of them. I keep posting about him I try to at least once everyday, just to get the word put and hope people are awake enough to pay attention. If you like this Handyman and feel he would be a good choice to help salvage and rebuild America, Please Post info about him, as much as you can and ask your friends to do the same. If you have a radio station, TV station, newspaper, magazine, blog, website, etc. please consider helping Gary Johnson Pro Bono for your sake and ours. Thanks For Reading, Listening, and Posting
Yesterday Senators Ron Wyden (D-OR), Rand Paul (R-KY), Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) introduced S. 3501, the Senate companion bill to H.R. 1831, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2011. If passed, the bill would remove federal restrictions on the cultivation of industrial hemp, the ...
Part of an article from TimesFreePress.com: Ryan seems like the perfect vice presidential candidate for the people who actually want a true-blue, tried and tested conservative on the Republican ticket. Except for one problem. He's an imposter. Ryan's big talk of small government bears little, if any, resemblance with how he actually votes. In national politics, where perception is almost always more important than reality, Ryan has managed to perpetrate one of the greatest scams in recent memory by making conservatives believe he's a glorious mix of Ron Paul, Ayn Rand and Barry Goldwater. Would a supposed Tea Party darling vote with Hillary Clinton, Jesse Jackson Jr., John Kerry, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Bernie Sanders on one of the past decade's most important pieces of legislation? Of course not. Yet, that's exactly what Ryan did when he voted in support of TARP, the $700 billion Wall Street bailout bill. Oh, and Ryan benefitted handily from that reprehensible vote. He recently snagged ...
$26 Trillion of Bankster Fraud & Theft According to Ron Paul, Alan Grayson and Bernie Sanders: Bet Mittens Got some 2
The only ones who do have a spine are Dennis Kucinich (D), Bernie Sanders (I), Senators Ron Wyden (D) Jeff Merkley (D) & Ron Paul (R)
Why doesn't Ron Paul endorse Mitt Romney? I'll tell you why, he doesn't have to! If not elected President he plans to retire. And he is not taking taxpayer money with him. He is turning down the pension. There for he will get my vote, he will now that I was aware of how hard he tried to work for the People. So if I have to write him in I will along with Bernie Sanders for VP. We shall see if my vote counts!
I don't agree with everything Bernie Sanders says--I seldom agree with anyone 100% (even Ron Paul). But this time he nails it: The fantastically wealthy--the Waltons, the Kochs--are raping America. There is a massive, massive updraft of capital. Millionaires, like NASCAR drivers, for example, professional basketball players, golfers, including Tiger Woods, are all that's left of a Middle-Class that's literally starving to death. If We the People aren't paying attention en masse, we not only can't do anything about it, we deserve the outcome.
As far as I know, it is mainly Alan Grayson, Dennis Kucinich, Ron Paul and Bernie Sanders who question the Federal Reserves activities.
Ron Paul and Bernie Sanders are furious with the Fed. Now their anger has made them populist folk heroes - and a headache for Ben Bernanke.
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