Skip to comments.LIVE Thread: Town hall in MN with Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul
Posted on 09/25/2009 4:35:07 PM PDT by freepersunite
Watch a live student town hall with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Rep. Ron Paul from the University of Minnesota, hosted by Young Americans for Liberty and sponsored by the Minnesota Campaign for Liberty, Republican Party of Minnesota, Minneapolis City Republican Committee, College Republicans, CFACT, and Students for a Conservative Voice.
[Click Here to Watch] (Windows Media Player required)
From 8pm EST .
*takes seat* :)
can someone PING this to people who might want to watch
I like Michele. I need to take the time to learn more about her.
the hall is filling up!
I’m glad to hear that some of the big names are coming out to support conservatives. (not that Bachman is unknown)
Joe Wilson is going to have a town hall/ Campaign event with Tim Walberg for Michigan’s 7th district.
Bachmann has always been respectful to Ron Paul. I predict Ron will help her as much as possible in her toss up seat
I don’t agree with Ron Paul on some things but he is a true constitutionalist and he gets my respect.
if somebody records this or finds a link to watch it later on post a link on this thread please...
sure someone will put it on youtube...
looks like its starting now folks!
Can’t get in to watch it.
keep trying it worked for me after a while it’s still starting..
I’ve got audio but the video isn’t working. I’m just getting still pictures and if I minimize then bring it back up, it’s upside down!. LOL
oh well, seems to work ok for me the audio is just as good... :)
Ron Paul’s speech:
I have not found youtube of the Q&A session yet though.
Betcha Sarah pitches in too!
“and ending the “war on drugs”.
Well he is under the impression that the federal government has no business telling people what they can put in/do to their own bodies. That it should be treated like a medical problem. And that the war on drugs has been used to increase the power of the federal government and used as an excuse to violate people’s liberties.
I’m in agreement on all those points.
Well, I’m not sure why Paul’s party affiliation is GOP. He is clearly a libertarian. While I would certainly prefer a libertarian over a democrat, I’m a conservative republican.
I could reply with the often quoted Reagan comment about libertarianism; but you’ve no doubt heard it before.
I happen to think he is a conservative republican and a libertarian at the same time. He is certainly more republican than some of the other “republicans” in office. But those are all just labels. I’ll just say, I’d like to see another 100 more in office just like him; then we can start debating the finer points party affiliation.
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