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Published: Monday, Oct. 3 2011 1:56 a.m. MDT

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Jaayy
ARLINGTON, VA

Maybe they need a little spoiling." I have to disagree with Ron Paul on this; you cant spoil what is already rotten.

The media (especially the arrogant, myopic Associated Press) helps perpetuate the fiction that there is actually a fundamental difference between the two parties; they are both pro-war, pro-bail-out, pro-big government.

Paul is the freshest thing either party has had in years, and it scares the heck out of the status quo.

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

Ron Paul will never capture the Republican presidential nomination. Sorry for all you sensitive ones, this is not from Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics. Roseanne Barr has her own solution to the financial crisis, behead any wealthy banker making more than $100 million who won't be reeducated. In an interview with the RT program "Keiser Report," Barr said if she were the president, she would bring back the guillotine as a form of justice for Wall Street's "worst of the worst of the guilty." "I first would allow the guilty bankers to pay back anything over 100 million in personal wealth because I believe in a maximum wage of 100 million dollars," she said. "If they're unable to live on that amount then they should go to the reeducation camps, and if that doesn't help, then be beheaded." While participating in the Occupy Wall Street protests, Barr argued that if corporations were people, then Goldman Sachs should be executed for committing crimes against American people. "If corporations are people then Goldman Sachs needs to be executed for premeditated mass murder, terrorism mayhem & grand larceny," she wrote on her Twitter page. America's streets could easily explode in civil unrest.

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