Have a Question About The Liberty Movement? Ask Ron Paul

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Former U.S. congressman Ron Paul is no doubt a big influence on the modern day liberty movement in the United States, but have you ever had a question you wanted to ask Dr.  Paul? Now you can.

In October, Paul released a video on his online news network, The Ron Paul Channel, asking viewers to submit any questions or stories they have about the growing liberty movement in the United States.

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Submitting questions is simple:

  1. Log on to YouTube
  2. Click Upload at the top of the screen or go to youtube.com/upload
  3. Click Record under Webcam Capture
  4. Title Your Upload “Ask Ron Paul”

Ron Paul may feature your story or question in an episode of #AskRonPaul on The Ron Paul Channel. Like this submission from YouTube user, The Libertarian Lifestyle:

On Friday, October 25, 2013, this video was featured in an episode of #AskRonPaul and the former congressman discussed who the biggest influences were in his life growing up and the people who helped shape his outlook on the world around him.

So, if you have ever wanted to ask Ron Paul a question about him, major issues, the liberty movement, or wanted to share your own experiences with the Libertarian icon, here is your chance.

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  1. Ron Vincent Does he wipe his anus with his right hand or his left hand?
  2. Mark Welker Was he high when he stood for getting rid of the fed,but against tax Increases to pay off the bonds the fed holds..... Or does he stand for the deadbeats of the world, Who screen their phone calls From creditors,wishing they would give up,and go away?
  3. Justin Ames Why is he so racist?
  4. Chris Wojtewicz Ask a quack a question and get a quack answer.
  5. Rick Gorud It was on his WEB site. Look it up yourself!
  6. Kevin Fooce But it did not get him anywhere. He would have been better off running on a third party ticket and using the money to inform the voters instead of getting on a stage with a bunch of nuts creating a circus show. After all that is what the party was and should be. Not party of some religious party bent on creating a one country religion/government. That is what will doom the republican party. Me personally I agree with much of the monetary policy but I also agree with the people who created this country. They ran from these organized religions. Remember both England and the rest of Europe was controlled by 2 party religion and both said off with your head if you don't practice what we preach. Muslims etc do the same today. Give any group overall power and it corrupts.
  7. Artist Jerry He's a republican. Republican money, republican corruption. Calling yourself a libertarian while using republican money and party convenience is worse than admitting your a republican.
  8. BarbAnd Larry Cannon Why are Libertarians really Republicans ???!!!
  9. Matt Dencklau ron paul is not the man to ask. thats funny stuff IVN.
  10. Randy Mason you must have the wrong guy, he never supported those things, you listen to the news to much
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Ron Vincent
Ron Vincent

Does he wipe his anus with his right hand or his left hand?

Mark Welker
Mark Welker

Was he high when he stood for getting rid of the fed,but against tax Increases to pay off the bonds the fed holds..... Or does he stand for the deadbeats of the world, Who screen their phone calls From creditors,wishing they would give up,and go away?

Rick Gorud
Rick Gorud

It was on his WEB site. Look it up yourself!

Kevin Fooce
Kevin Fooce

But it did not get him anywhere. He would have been better off running on a third party ticket and using the money to inform the voters instead of getting on a stage with a bunch of nuts creating a circus show. After all that is what the party was and should be. Not party of some religious party bent on creating a one country religion/government. That is what will doom the republican party. Me personally I agree with much of the monetary policy but I also agree with the people who created this country. They ran from these organized religions. Remember both England and the rest of Europe was controlled by 2 party religion and both said off with your head if you don't practice what we preach. Muslims etc do the same today. Give any group overall power and it corrupts.

Jerry Love
Jerry Love

He's a republican. Republican money, republican corruption. Calling yourself a libertarian while using republican money and party convenience is worse than admitting your a republican.

Matt Dencklau
Matt Dencklau

ron paul is not the man to ask. thats funny stuff IVN.

Randy Mason
Randy Mason

you must have the wrong guy, he never supported those things, you listen to the news to much

Randy Mason
Randy Mason

because the would exclude him from the debates

Randy Mason
Randy Mason

hes not really a republican, he ran as a libertarian in previous bids for the whitehouse, but they would exclude him from the debates, so in order to get his message out, he had to run on the republican ticket

Randy Mason
Randy Mason

Declaration of Independence “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness”

Jim Thompson
Jim Thompson

How do you feel about the voting act passage? In 1965?

Chris Schaus
Chris Schaus

He is just another Republican with slightly different bluster. If he were for real he would stand on his own and not have anything to do with his pathetic excuse for a party.

Bill Rogers
Bill Rogers

Why are they trying to create a new Gilded Age where a few have all the wealth and everyone else is dirt poor?

Kevin Fooce
Kevin Fooce

Why did he not run as a libertarian during the last election instead of a republican.

Daris J. Boggs
Daris J. Boggs

I'm wary of anyone who becomes a republican because it suits his needs for the moment

Rick Gorud
Rick Gorud

Does he still want more nukes and Arctic drilling?

Trinda Martin-Wolfe
Trinda Martin-Wolfe

How does he think we can organize well enough to combat the current two party system? I think the reason it hasn't been done yet, is that liberty minded folks are so independent that we find it hard to compromise and unify. Does he have any ideas, logistically, to combat that? Also, would he and Carol please adopt me?:p

Victoria Oberzan
Victoria Oberzan

I have never heard of the Liberty Movement. I would ask Ron Paul to explain it to me.

Sue Nelms
Sue Nelms

Chuck Bryant - it's NOT liberty from what, it's liberty to do what YOU WANT!

Judy Parsons
Judy Parsons

Liberty when he's against legalizing pot, I don't think so.

Sue Nelms
Sue Nelms

Chuck Bryant - Liberty is for everyone silly! At least if you follow the plan that Dr. Paul has envisioned not the police state the statist politicians are creating!

Sue Nelms
Sue Nelms

If you've been paying any attention to him, I think he's already answered and explained any questions that could possibly come up

Andrew Mahone
Andrew Mahone

Libertarians don't generally recognize capital as having coercive power or treat it as conferring a natural right to that power.

Bill Rogers
Bill Rogers

I'd like to know how he can be against state power but be an enthusiastic lackey for concentrated, private socioeconomic power, aka capital, and not have his head explode from the sheer cognitive dissonance.

Damien Scott
Damien Scott

Liberty to have treasonist senators and congressmen tried and found guilty !! The only way will be by a reveloution because the only laws they enforce are the ones that empty are pockets and protect them.

Chuck Bryant
Chuck Bryant

Is Liberty only for members and followers of the John Birch Society?

Mark Lowe
Mark Lowe

Why? He is one of the reasons I left the Republican Party.