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Presidential Candidates Economic Plans report card

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hypocritexposer

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Club for Growth's Andy Roth Discusses Presidential Candidates Economic Plans With Neil Cavuto, 1/9/12

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69_jTexx2Kk&feature=player_embedded


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Well let's see the grade for Paul was high and the guy figured he could do it BUT can he really do it?



First let’s see just how long Ron Paul has been in congress for his latest stint. Currently Ron Paul is serving his 8th term as a Representative
from Texas, a total of 14 years.

In total, he has sponsored 464 bills

105th Congress – 32 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

106th Congress – 51 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

107th Congress – 64 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

108th Congress – 68 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

109th Congress – 71 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

110th Congress – 70 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

111th Congress – 61 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

112th Congress – 47 Bills Sponsored by Ron Paul

Now to see how successful he was with all these bill he sponsored and introduced. Let’s look at how many bills he has sponsored have been passed and enacted into law.

105th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

106th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

107th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

108th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

109th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

110th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

111th Congress – 1 Bill Passed by Ron Paul

112th Congress – 0 Bills Passed by Ron Paul

22 (14 on the current stint) years in congress, 464 bills sponsored, 1 sponsored bill passed… Leadership? not hardly. What was that ONE bill he sponsored that passed? Oh it was to donate some land for historical reasons in his home state…
http://americanandproud.net/

Then you have the fact he puts earmarks in bills that he intends on voting against knowing full well they are going to be passed by the House and he will get the money. He gets what he wants without actually going on record as being at the trough with the rest of the corrupt politicians. :roll:
 

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