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 NAS JI LAI EK PRASNA
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Posted on 09-30-11 11:25 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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  NAS BRO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU?


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Posted on 09-30-11 12:55 PM     [Snapshot: 167]     Reply [Subscribe]
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sorry if i scare the shit out of you... i was shocked too . this isexactly  how it appeared in twitter to one of the portal that im following... i knew this and that was purely intentional.  i will take that.. what do u think about this? this is the statement of your honorary ron paul,  tea party presidential candidate.
just to let you know that i support  darshan rauniyar   from washington, though he's not running for presidency... 








 
Posted on 09-30-11 9:38 PM     [Snapshot: 524]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Regarding treason, the constitution helps you out:

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.

Dr. Paul is big on the constitution.... and he is definitely consistent

"Ron Paul... said this week he would not have authorized the mission that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden, arguing that killing bin Laden was unnecessary and that he has "respect for the rule of law."

 
Posted on 10-01-11 11:10 AM     [Snapshot: 748]     Reply [Subscribe]
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One person cannot be right in everything. Another person cannot be wrong on everything.
When someone/somebody repeatedly praises every action of a person and condemns every other action of his opponent then it is evident that the person is either brain-washed or is living in an imaginary world.
 
Posted on 10-01-11 12:13 PM     [Snapshot: 799]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Ron Paul people hit the IRS building in Texas. His people killed a black man in Washington. His people was jailed in raping  a 7 year old girl. Now he condemns president action in killing a terrorist who is a continuing and imminent  threat to USA.    LMAO.  
 
That Senile ashole is a pussy. Period.

 
Posted on 10-01-11 12:22 PM     [Snapshot: 806]     Reply [Subscribe]
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You(Ron Paul) follows the centuries old constutituon literally word for word.
I like to intreprete the constitution for its relevance in todays world and our society.

Let history be the guide and future be the judge.

 
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Sure, every thing is about NAS. Is that short for Narcissist?
I wasn't even talking about you brother; am I not free to post my opinion on Ron Paul and his supporters now?
 
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One person cannot be right in everything. Another person cannot be wrong on everything.
@stiffler words could not be better.
 
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EVERY OPINION COUNTS, NAS IS RIGHT..BUT HIS HONORARY RON PAUL IS WRONG. IF I WERE HIM I WOULDNT HAVENT  GIVEN SUCH A CHEAP AND BASELESS AND IRRELEVANT COMMENT ON MATTER PERTAINING TO NATIONAL SECURITY. IF MY LATO DIMAG CAN THINK OF THIS, ITS  EMINENT THAT ONE RUNNING FOR PRESIDENCY SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT WAY MORE THAN THIS..



 
Posted on 10-03-11 2:01 PM     [Snapshot: 1203]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nas brother.
I still think there is a narcissism in your online persona; I doubt it is that prevalent in your real life though. But whatever it is, you sure are honest about it. No wonder you have few fan followings here in Sajha.
Anyway, I’d have taken you up on the “Heine” proposal, had we been talking in our real life; would have been an honor. I rarely agree with what you have to say but I believe that just because somebody doesn’t agree with you doesn’t mean he doesn’t make sense. I have to admit, I liked Dr. Ron Paul but you are the reason why I listen to him more now. I don’t agree with all his philosophies of course (and there are few uber radical ones there), but he does make sense on few.
Going back to the beer proposal, who knows we might have already crossed our path in one of the Manhattan bars?? Do I need to bring Samsara bro here? Wink wink.

 
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http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/kxuyz/alright_rpolitics_im_not_a_big_fan_of_ron_paul/

Nas would enjoy this thread from reddit.
 
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Nas ji, I really didnt want to comment on what you wrote and I was really holding back but I couldnt anymore. So here I go.

Juding by what you wrote in this thread and other threads, you consider sleeping with strippers or anything to do with strippers a big accomplishment. I really dont understand when this kind of thing became known as an accomplishment. Did this happen recently cause I havent heard of it? From what I know, this kind of thing in society is not looked up to, it is frowned upon. You sound like a smart person who is in his early thirties (I could be totally wrong on your age but this is what I feel) but if you still consider strippers as a accomplishment, that gives people a bad vibe about you. At your age, getting a good job, buying a house should be considered an accomplishment.

Oh by the way, if the virtual life of yours is more like what you wanna be in real life, why dont you just behave like this in real life. Are you scared that society is not gonna accept you for who you are? Just go for it, you only live once.

P.S. I really wanna write more but I am running late.

 
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i love stripoers....@voilet7 just a job n ghar is not an accomplishment there mo to life
always good to b what u r not what other wants & age doesnt matters as long as ur happy


 
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Nas ji, did what I write hurt you so much that you had to break everything down and analyze? Awwww. I am sorry I hurt you. Let me make it up by writing more.

Why should I keep my f**king judgements to myself? When u write provocative stuff online, you are giving me every f**king right to judge and criticize. And I am gonna do just that. Are you mad because there is some truth to what I wrote? I think the main reason why I like to attack you is because I think you have a vaginaa like me, not a cock. You are such a f**kig fraud.

And speaking of cock, you said you want 'intelligent and ethical strippers gobbling your cock'. This is one of the most ludicrous thing I have heard in a long time. What kind of a stupid son of a gun writes that? If a person is intellingent and ethical, why the hell would that person become a stripper. HUH! Maybe becoming a stripper is the new thing in. Blockhead.

And if you dont give a damn about what people think about you or what I think about you, why would you write such a long post explaining things you dont have to. See what you say and what you do dont makes sense. This is why I like getting on your bloody nerves so damn much.

You are nobody to me either. I just like teasing brainless people every now and then. Now, let me wipe my a$$ with your face and flush it.

 
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Crazynep, I agree there is more to life than just that.

 
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 haha. I must admit, Nas got pwned by Violet. 
 
Posted on 10-04-11 12:07 AM     [Snapshot: 1541]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@voilet7 that was harsh lol Lovin this thread ;)
 
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 well said nas bro, as i wrote u in message, im expecting to  respond  the way you wanted in comming  year.  i dont belong to the second category that u mentioned in other thread. hope to give u more logical and relevant response in years ahead...



 
Posted on 10-04-11 10:52 AM     [Snapshot: 1725]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nas bro, on the reddit thread. it is premature of you to not read the entire thread just beause you thought it was written by a student. you need to scroll down to read the some of the facts that are presented in there.

let me copy and paste

An incomplete list of things Ron Paul supporters do not want you to know about Ron Paul:

Ron Paul does not believe in evolution.

In a recorded Q&A session Ron Paul was asked about his stance on evolution, and answered that it is a 'theory he does not accept'.

Initially, Paul supporters responded to this information by conceding that, sure, he doesn't believe in evolution, but it shouldn't matter because evolution has nothing to do with the president's responsibilities. After it was widely pointed out that such a line of reasoning does not work, since not believing in evolution is indicative of a failure to process important evidence and use it to come to reasonable conclusions about the world, they changed their line. Now, a more orthodox claim is that Ron Paul does believe in evolution. This claim takes a couple of forms.

The first ignores the video I linked, and points to another at a national Republican debate wherein candidates are asked to raise their hands to indicate disbelief in evolution. Ron Paul's hand remains at his side, indicating his acceptance of evolution. We're thus left to wonder; was he telling the truth in this video, or was he telling the truth in the other video?

The second approach claims that Ron Paul does believe in evolution, but essentially asserts that he has absolutely no idea what evolution is. It seems, according to these people, in the second video Ron Paul was saying that he does believe in evolution, whereas in the first video he was saying that he doesn't believe in abiogenesis. Abiogenesis, of course, has to do with the origin of life, whereas evolution has to do with the development of life. Not only does this imply the Ron Paul doesn't know what evolution is, it also fails to ameliorate the situation very much; "not believing in abiogenesis" means that you don't believe there exists a scientific explanation for the origin of life. This is hardly a better mode of thought.

If you're left questioning Paul's scientific acumen, I'll leave you with this: recently, he came out expressing his support for homeopathic medicine. That is, medicine which has been demonstrated empirically, objectively, scientifically, medically, and mathematically to be utterly fake.

Ron Paul does not believe the Constitution guarantees a right to privacy.

This one's cut and dry; he really doesn't. He wrote so in this piece:

Ridiculous as sodomy laws may be, there clearly is no right to privacy nor sodomy found anywhere in the Constitution.

We take two things from this:

Ron Paul does not believe there is a constitutional right to privacy

Ron Paul believes that state laws banning gay sex were constitutional

This is fairly obscene on the face of it, and also provides a rather stark example of my third point . . .

Ron Paul is an anti-federalist, not a libertarian.

Libertarian political thought benefits from the work of John Locke. According to Locke, all people are born with natural rights to life, liberty, and property. Under Locke's conception of government, the people extend their consent to be governed in exchange for the protections of their fundamental liberties which government is able to provide.

This does not mesh with Paul's politics. According to him, the federal government has no role in forbidding a state government to tell consenting adults how they can and cannot have sex in the privacy of their own homes. This, Paul claims, is a matter of local customs; if the good folks of Texas don't think gay people should be able to have sex, that's perfectly constitutional.

This way of thinking is fundamentally incompatible with libertarian ethos, which holds that if a government fails to protect the right to liberty of its citizens, then it is an invalid government. This is a way of thinking which is, however, entirely consistent with anti-federalism, which holds that state governments should be of equal or greater, but never lesser, power compared to the federal government.

Ron Paul believes that the incorporation doctrine is "phony".

If you aren't familiar with it, the incorporation doctrine is the legal understanding that the majority of the provisions of the Bill of Rights apply to state governments as well as the federal government. That is, a state cannot decide to abolish the right to free speech, for example.

Ron Paul wrote on the subject in this piece:

If anything, the Supreme Court should have refused to hear the Kelo case on the grounds that the 5th amendment does not apply to states. If constitutional purists hope to maintain credibility, we must reject the phony incorporation doctrine in all cases — not only when it serves our interests.

Yep.

Some Paul supporters argue that this stance isn't as bad as it sounds, because whether or not the Bill of Rights applies to state governments, the Supreme Court will still protect your rights.

The people who make this argument are clearly not aware of my fifth point . . .

Ron Paul does not believe the Supreme Court should be able to hear cases regarding many important civil rights issues.

Ron Paul tried to pass a bill known as the We the People Act, which if passed would have prevented the federal courts (including the SCOTUS) from hearing cases regarding gay, religious, and reproductive rights. Are you a gay man in Georgia who feels your civil rights are being infringed upon by a state law? Too bad; Ron Paul says that the Supreme Court has no business deciding whether or not you are right. Hopefully I don't need to list many of the important civil rights victories which would have been rendered impossible had this legislation been in place in their time.

Ron Paul is virulently opposed to abortion rights.

I could have broken this up into a number of different points, but they all fit nicely under the same heading. I'll break it up into subheadings for clarity, I guess.

Ron Paul has pledged to defund Planned Parenthood.

Ron Paul has pledged to promote pro-life legislation, nominate pro-life candidates to the Court, and seat pro-life candidates in key positions such as the head of the NIH.

Ron Paul believes that Roe v. Wade should be overturned.

Ron Paul attempted to pass federal legislation defining life as beginning at conception.

Suffice to say, if reproductive rights are important to you or anyone you care about, Ron Paul is not your candidate.

Ron Paul opposes strong standards of separation of church and state.

In this piece, Paul makes a number of interesting claims. First, that "rigid separation between church and state has no basis in either the text of the Constitution or the writings of our Founding Fathers".

Interesting, considering that a) the First Amendment is considered by constitutional law scholars to contain the principle of separation of church and state, b) the very term 'separation of church and state' was popularized in a letter written by Thomas Jefferson, and c) some of the writings of the Founding Fathers, which supposedly do not support strong separation of church and state -- take Madison for instance:

Nothwithstanding the general progress made within the two last centuries in favour of this branch of liberty, & the full establishment of it, in some parts of our Country, there remains in others a strong bias towards the old error, that without some sort of alliance or coalition between Gov' & Religion neither can be duly supported: Such indeed is the tendency to such a coalition, and such its corrupting influence on both the parties, that the danger cannot be too carefully guarded agst.. And in a Gov' of opinion, like ours, the only effectual guard must be found in the soundness and stability of the general opinion on the subject. Every new & successful example therefore of a perfect separation between ecclesiastical and civil matters, is of importance. And I have no doubt that every new example, will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Gov will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together;

In that same article, Paul also claims that the Constitution is "replete" with references to God (it contains none) and that "secularists" are waging a "war on religion".

But his supporters claim he isn't just another far-right fundamentalist Christian.


 


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