Ron Paul’s Destructive Foreign Policy

Joseph Klein is a Harvard-trained lawyer and the author of Global Deception: The UN’s Stealth Assault on America’s Freedom and Lethal Engagement: Barack Hussein Obama, the United Nations & Radical Islam.


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Rep. Ron Paul believes the United States is a greedy, militaristic empire that brought 9/11 upon itself. He believes that Iran poses no threat to U.S. or Israeli security and that Iran deserves to have a nuclear weapon if it wants one. As for Israel, he does not think it should have ever come into existence as a Jewish state. Nevertheless, Ron Paul, whose crackpot beliefs would be disastrous for the United States and the free world if ever implemented, is a serious contender for the GOP presidential nomination.

With money, good organization, a demagogic message that has a surface appeal to voters looking for a radical break with the status quo and an enthusiastic cadre of supporters fueling his campaign, Paul has vaulted into the top tier of Republican presidential candidates in the Iowa caucuses, which he could well win on January 3rd. He is virtually tied with Newt Gingrich for second place in New Hampshire after the heavy favorite, Mitt Romney. Overall, Paul is currently running third in the RealClearPolitics average of national polls.

Paul’s foreign policy philosophy hearkens back to the pre-World War II “America First” isolationist movement that was shattered with the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. In fact, Paul would have been right at home in that movement. According to Eric Dondero, a former senior aide to the congressman, Paul believed that the United States had no business getting involved in fighting Hitler in World War II. “He expressed to me countless times, that ‘saving the Jews,’ was absolutely none of our business,” Dondero said. “When pressed, he often times brings up conspiracy theories like FDR knew about the attacks of Pearl Harbor weeks before hand.”

Paul has harbored similar conspiratorial thoughts about 9/11. Dondero said that his former boss

engaged in conspiracy theories including perhaps the attacks were coordinated with the CIA, and that the Bush administration might have known about the attacks ahead of time. He expressed no sympathies whatsoever for those who died on 9/11, and pretty much forbade us staffers from engaging in any sort of memorial expressions…

Paul was opposed to the war in Afghanistan from the outset, and to any military reaction to the attacks of 9/11, according to Dondero. It was only after feeling intense political heat from his home district that Paul reluctantly reversed his initial opposition to the resolution authorizing military action in Afghanistan and decided at the last minute to vote “yes.”

In Ron Paul’s Blame America world view, the U.S. military, which conquered fascism and has since World War II helped to liberate many millions of people from the cruel grip of totalitarian communism, fanatical jihadism and secular dictatorships, is somehow the world’s greatest source of evil and conflict in the world.

“Just come home,” Paul has repeatedly intoned, echoing George McGovern’s 1972 campaign slogan “Come Home, America.” A President Ron Paul would gut the nation’s defenses and homeland security as he carries out his promises to drastically cut military spending and to repeal what he has called the “police state” Patriot Act.

It’s no surprise that the left-wing, anti-American Code Pink likes Paul’s message. Code Pink activist Liz Hourican told FoxNews.com that the “Ron Paul people are closer and closer to our talking points with each election.”

Paul also has other friends on the hard Left such as Tom Hayden, who wrote:

Paul opposes the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. He opposes the empire of military bases. He opposes Wall Street thievery, tax subsidies for oil companies, the suppression of WikiLeaks, the drug war and the criminalization of marijuana. Those positions might just save America.

At the same time, Paul’s message is in sync with that of the paleoconservative, Israel-hating isolationist Pat Buchanan. Consider, for example, their common perspective on 9/11. Buchanan said that “Terrorism is the price of empire. They were over here because we were over there.” Paul has attributed the al Qaeda attack to America’s interventionist actions in Muslim lands and to our support for Israel.

In a speech he delivered on the floor of the House of Representatives in January 2003, for example, Paul said:

We believe bin Laden when he takes credit for an attack on the West, and we believe him when he warns us of an impending attack, but we refuse to listen to his explanation of why he and his allies are at war with us. Bin Laden claims are straightforward. The U.S. defiles Islam with bases on the Holy Land and Saudi Arabia, its initiation of war against Iraq, with 12 years of persistent bombing, and its dollars and weapons being used against the Palestinians, as the Palestinian territory shrinks and Israel’s occupation expands.

As for Osama bin Laden, whom our Navy Seals dispatched last spring, Ron Paul criticized the one decision that Barack Obama got right. Paul said he would not have authorized the mission, arguing that killing bin Laden was unnecessary and that he has “respect for the rule of law.”

Ron Paul remains steadfast in denouncing U.S. foreign policy as one of occupation that justifies what he has referred to as the terrorists’ “blowback” response. During a CNN-Tea Party Republican presidential debate last September, for example, Paul stated that

we’re under great threat because we occupy so many countries… We have to be honest with ourselves. What would we do if another country, say China, did to us what we do to all those countries over there?

Anti-American guru Noam Chomsky claimed that what Paul said was “completely uncontroversial.”

It may be “uncontroversial” to Chomsky, as well as to Pat Buchanan who thinks 9/11 was the price we paid for empire-building. But it is way out of the mainstream to most Americans.

As the New York Times put it in a front page article on December 26th about Ron Paul’s campaign, Paul and his closest political allies have “sought to forge a movement from the nether region of American politics, where the far right and the far left sometimes converge.”

Ron Paul does not only attribute al Qaeda’s terrorist attacks to American foreign policy. He also blames America and Israel for frightening Iran into taking defensive actions to protect itself. When asked how he might deter Iran if it ever did pose a threat, Paul said “maybe offering friendship to them.”

While defending the terrorist-sponsoring Iranian regime’s right to seek nuclear arms, he denies that Iran’s nuclear enrichment program is anything to worry about. He says there is no credible evidence that Iran is advancing towards achieving a nuclear bomb capability, despite a disturbing report to the contrary issued last month by the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The IAEA report found that there was information indicating Iran was conducting activities “specific to nuclear weapons.” The IAEA was particularly concerned about “activities related to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile.”

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  • mrbean

    Ron Paul – “A Complete Nutcase Conspiratorialist Quasi-Anti-Semitic Leftwing American-Hating Nutball.” who will never be president.

    • clara

      keep drinking the koolaid.

      • AL__

        says the pothead

      • mrbean

        I suppose you and the flake Ron Paul think Bush bombed the twin towers and blamed al Qaeda?

    • LibertyIL

      We’ll see you little monkey

      • mrbean

        I suppose you, clara, and the flake Ron Paul think Bush bombed the twin towers and blamed al Qaeda?

  • NAHALKIDES

    Paul's supporters are few but fanatical as we see here. Klein's article is pretty well-documented, although Paul has succeeded to a certain extent in covering up his trail by disavowing those letters. Paul would be a disaster for the Republican Party because he's not a Republican – he's sort of a one-of-a-kind RINO. He might even be a LINO – Libertarian in Name Only – and I'm not sure what the correct name is for someone with Paul's views other than "nutcase".

    Fortunately, he has zero chance of being nominated even if he wins Iowa, and we may hope that when he loses the nomination he does not attempt to mount a third-party bid for the Presidency, playing spoiler and giving Obama a second term. Let's hope that the pleas of everyone who understands the importance of defeating Obama and state sore-loser laws are enough to stop Paul from doing even more damage than he already has.

    O.K., crazy Paul supporters – go ahead and start piling on. But I have to ask, even though I don't believe you're open to reasoned argument – do you really think all the Islamist attacks on us through the 90's were somehow justified, even though we weren't "occupying" anything at the time? Oh, wait, I forgot – the Jews were "occupying" Jerusalem, just as we were "occupying" New York with the World Trade Center, and our own embassies in Africa, and that dock space in Yemen (U.S.S. Cole), so I guess we deserved the attacks.

    • RonPaulWins2012

      "Paul's supporters are few but fanatical as we see here"

      No. What you see here is several fanatical, anti-Paul, name calling commenters who use ad hominem attacks because they have no argument and nothing worthwhile to add to the discussion. They claim that Paul supporters (and Paul) are jew haters. It's hilarious really. I know of more jewish people who are voting Ron Paul than any other candidate including Obama.

      The Paul supporters who have posted comments here, have for the most part been polite and factually correct in their content. The fanatics are the anti-Paul, name calling, ad hominem attack commenters who post nonsense and idiocy. They clearly have no idea what's really going.

      Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

  • RoguePatriot6

    I could never support anyone who, in anyway, justified the 9-11 attacks on this nation.

  • Fred Dawes

    70 years of BS AND AS far as our so called foreign BS We need a real leader who can keep as from the third world war and yes how is peace destructive? but understand one thing our bankers may not like that ideal of peace no money in that!

    • Ennis

      And what makes you think the United States will start the third world war?

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Peace is not destructive, tell that to the Islamo nations

  • BS77

    Yeah, you morons, go vote for that cranky, whiney lunatic fringe Ron Paul….he will be destroyed in the general election by BHO. Get a grip and face reality.

  • clara

    Most of you either forget or don't realize the invasions/color revolutions and wars are funded by the international banking cartel and the oligarchs along with them! NOBama is surrounded by them, just google it. Auditing the non federal Federal Reserve/money laundering entity, as Dr. Paul would like is a first step to stop the looting and illegal funding.

  • http://apollospaeks.blogtownhall.com/ ApolloSpeaks

    PAUL'S WILLFUL IGNORANCE OF ISLAM

    Ron Paul's denial that 9/11 was a civilizational attack by Islamic supremacists on the US springs from his willful ignorance of 14 centuries of Moslem militancy and imperialism rooted in the lawless, power driven, murdering founder of Islam.

    And who but a lunatic and patriot from hell would want to shred the Patriot Act which kept us safe from multiple 9/11s for ten years?

    Fortunately the American electorate will deny Paul the opportunity to unleash an Islamic wave of terror across the US.

  • Beth

    In the article: "despite a disturbing report to the contrary issued last month by the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency"

    The IAEA is controlled by muslims. Why should any non-muslim believe them? Remember, the muslim's duty is to lie to 'infidels' and also to provoke war with all 'infidels'. (003.028, 004.094 and 004.095, 002.216 – just to name a few)

    So I would caution the author when considering to use the IAEA for any part of their argument.

    For the Christians I would like to share these (keeping in mind that I am a STRONG defender of Israel….and on that I am in disagreement with Ron Paul, but have confidence in the fact that there are 3 branches of government, meaning that no president gets to make their own policies 100% of the time. I don't believe Ron Paul would be able to win over all 3 branches when it comes to not protecting Israel. But to the Christians, this needs to be shared….)

    Mat 25:32 And before Him shall be gathered all nations: and He shall SEPARATE them one from another

    1Ti 5:8 But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house [FIRST], he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel. (On this – Ron Paul is 100% correct – speaking as a Christian)

    The U.S. Constitution is one of the greatest documents ever provided to mankind and Ron Paul gets it. Therefore – he has my vote (so far).

  • Voter 2011

    Ron Paul in the only candidate that is not an actor. The republican party is rejecting the only person that can beat Obama. I usually vote Dem, but I would vote Rep if Ron Paul was the candidate. He is the only person that respects freedom and has never changed his position.

    • mrbean

      Rona paul would guarantee the reelection of Obama fool!

    • http://apollospaeks.blogtownhall.com/ ApolloSpeaks

      You're right. Paul is not an actor. He makes no attempt to conceal his insanity.

  • Jakob

    Yes, there are concerns about Iran wanting to develop a nuclear bomb, according to wikipedia:

    "In November of 2011 the IAEA released a report stating inspectors had found credible evidence that Iran had been conducting experiments aimed at designing a nuclear bomb until 2003, and research may have continued on a lower rate since that time. IAEA Director Yukiya Amano said evidence gathered by the agency "indicates that Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device."

    … but no direct proof.

    I think based on the history and all the errors made in regards to Iraq, we should be very cautious, as this may be war propaganda (which is Mr. Paul's point). Today 65% or more of the american people believe the Iraq war was a mistake. And it is indicated it added as much as $4 trillion of debt, so that US public debt/GDP is almost as high as countries like Italy.

    I do not think there's been much "diplomacy" and direct talks with Iran. I believe I read somewhere that only 45 minutes of direct talk with Iran the past 30 years, and there's been a lot of sanctions. This resembles Cuba very much. I believe Cuba had become a more capitalistic democracy long time ago if it wasn't for the stupid sanctions and interference that united the Cuban people against the US and kept their leaders in power for this reason.

    Paul said in the latest debate that he didn't "want" Iran to get a nuclear bomb.

    I think you are maybe distorting his positions, I looked at the article to which you referred and there's not even a direct quote for what you are saying. Maybe you'll share with me the direct quotes from what he was saying at that debate?

    Obviously Paul wants to downplay the Iranian threat due to the blowback effect and economic effect a war with Iran would cause. This does not mean he want Iran to have a nuclear weapon, even be okay with it. He said in one debate that the greatest threat to national security is the economy. Hence if US gets bankrupted by these wars or as a result end up like Greece today due to too much debt, they will not be able to defend themselves anyway.

    I should also like to mention that Paul has suggested repeatedly that Israel should be allowed to make its own decisions. When Israel attacked a nuclear reactor in Iraq in 1981 almost the entire US Congress voted to condemn the act, but Congressman Paul was one of the few Republicans who stood up and said Israel should not have to answer to America for how she defends herself.

    As I said, Israel is a rich country and can – and want – to defend itself. Paul want to cut foreign aid to Israel, yes, but also to the other muslim countries. So his policy will not make Israel weaker. And it will allow Israel to make its own agreements etc with Iran. Obviously Israel is in a better position being so close to understand these issues than some politicians in Washington that know little about Iran.

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      I couldnt care less if Paul hates Israel, I am sure Israel is USED to that. We have not had a pro-Israel prez since Reagan, who left Israel alone after the Islamo bombing of the Marine barracks in Lebanon

  • Stephen_Brady

    I thought I would wait a while, before responding, and allow the Paulbots to reveal who they are, what they believe, and why they believe it. Doing this is the best way to bring down Dr. Paul. The more the American people hear of him and his ideas, the more radical he becomes, in their eyes.

  • TL Winslow

    A U.S. presidential candidate who isn't a staunch supporter of Israel is a non-starter, but he can sure help derail one who is by a strong third party vote-sapping campaign. That's why Ron Paul is dangerous. I hope the American people don't keep falling for his white-is-black views that make the U.S. the enemy and Islam the good guy, which are far to the left even of Obama. Poor outnumbered surrounded Israel is the focal point of Islam's world jihad, and if it goes, the U.S. will be next, which is why we have to make our stand there. Unfortunately a final war on Israel will likely drag every nation on Earth into it, and the Pauls will be forgotten or only remembered as clueless. Paul doesn't even get that there are no such things as Palestinians, like Newt tried to explain to him. Visit my Historyscoper site for free historical courses on Islam, Israel, and Obama.

    • Quinterius

      "Poor little surrounded Israel." My heat bleed for this greatest terrorist country in the world. Israel has become the Nazi Germany of the Middle East. It assassinates and kills anybody that it wants and bombs anything that moves. Israel is an utterly barbaric and apartheid society. Let's say Palestinians are a new people. Well, how old are Americans? The US didn't even exist three hundred years ago. So, we should let China come and take over the US. You talk utter nonsense.

  • Brain

    Is isolationism really that bad for America. We should stop diddling other countries with our military and let them be. These countries need to survive on their own merit and if they collapse and fall into Anarchy and have a second stone age so be it. Did the fall of Somalia really affect us, if we drilled our own oil an arab winter wouldn't affect us in the least. And as for Iran having a nuke, let them have it. If they're stupid enough to use it Israel will wipe them off the face of the Earth and maybe a couple other sand boxes as well…problem solved.

    • http://callofthepatriot.blogspot.com HermitLion

      Of course isolationism isn't bad for America, the same way that sticking your head in the sand isn't bad for an ostrich, when a tank is racing its way.

      • Quinterius

        What tank is going to hit you? Do you mean that Iran is going to come all the way here and attack us? Are you crazy? How long have you had this problem?

  • Quinterius

    Mr. Klein says, "Rep. Ron Paul believes the United States is a greedy, militaristic empire that brought 9/11 upon itself." That is precisely the truth. What part of it does Mr. Klein not understand? The US has started numerous wars since WWII. The US and Israel are the most hated countries in the world according to a BBC survey of 27 countries around the world. They are also the biggest terrorist countries in the world. The US claims that Iran sponsors terrorists. In fact, it is the US that sponsors numerous terrorists around the world. The US created the Al Qaeda during the Soviet invasion of the Afghanistan and it still supports the Jundullah, PJAK and MKO terrorists who have committed numerous acts of terror against Iran.

    Does Mr. Klein really believe that they attacked us in 9/11 because they "hate our freedoms?" Really? As Ron Paul has said, why didn't they attack Switzerland or Sweden which are even more free than the US? This Bush-talk is simply stupid.

    Iran is no threat to anyone. Israel has hundreds of nukes and the US has thousands. Yet, this two bullies want to prevent Iran from even having a peaceful nuclear program. It is the height of hypocrisy.

    The recent IAEA report on Iran was a piece of garbage that was based on documents that are known forgeries. The Russian ambassador to the UN said that there is nothing new in it. He also said that it is just a propaganda document.

    Ron Paul is the only presidential candidate who has a valid approach to foreign policy. The rest are all lackeys of Israel and care nothing about the well-being of the US. Similarly, almost the entire Congress considers the well-being Israelis far above that of Americans. It is really pathetic to see how Israel completely controls the US foreign policy.

    • Joseph Klein

      I guess Quinterius missed this report about an Islamist terrorist bombing in Sweden ; http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/12/world/europe/12

      Quoting a Russian diplomat calling the IAEA report a propaganda document is somehow supposed to buttress the Ron Paul fans' case against the facts laid out in detail in the report, which I would doubt highly they ever took the time to read for themselves? How pathetic.

      The rest of Quinterius' rant repeating his idol's defense of Iran etc. is not worth responding to.

      • Quinterius

        Joseph, if you follow your link about the Swedish bombing you will see that it was in response to anti-Islamic cartoons. People do not bomb others because of some abstract notion that they hate our freedoms. Just as the Swedish bombing was in response to a specific action, similarly, 9/11 was in response to our support for your darling Israel and the presence of US forces in Saudi Arabia.

        OK, you don't want to take the word of the Russian ambassador about the IAEA report. Have you read it yourself? Do you know what it says? Do you know what documents it is based on? Do you know about the so-called "alleged studies?" Do you know how they popped up and who probably wrote them? Do you know that El Baradei had them for years and he never considered them to be credible?

        You don't want to respond to my comments because you seem to know almost nothing about Iran. I don't see why you are writing about Iran. So, do you still think that Iran is threatening to "wipe out Israel?" Have you been asleep for the last six years?

        By the way, do you know about the 2007 and 2011 NIEs which said that Iran has no nuclear weapons program? But, if you don't want to believe them, then why are we spending hundreds of billion dollars every year on the the 16 US intelligence agencies that generated the NIEs? Do you mean that they all conspired with Iran to support Iran's nuclear program? If so, you are then being ridiculous.

        Please note that I know a lot about this subject. So, please don't try any games with me. You don't have a case and you are just repeating what you probably heard on Fox News. You may be a "Harvard-trained lawyer," but you don't seem to know anything about the Middle East other than your devotion to Israel.

    • Ennis

      "The US created the Al Qaeda during the Soviet invasion of the Afghanistan"

      Sigh this really is a lie that I'm so sick of hearing from you people. Ok the CIA trained absolutely no one in Afghanistan, or in neighboring Pakistan, neither in the tactics of terror or even in how to use the Stinger missiles provided to the Afghans.

      The entire CIA effort in Afghanistan was more logistical than operational. Vince Cannistraro, the National Security Council staff director who headed up coordination of policy for Afghanistan in the mid-1980’s told author Peter Bergen that there were only six CIA employees in Pakistan at any given time – and none actually in Afghanistan – and that they were administrators rather than field officers. Bergen also reports that CIA officials only rarely met with leaders of the Afghan resistance, and never with the Arabs who came to the jihad. This is not to imply that U.S. officials never met with Afghan leaders. They did. There were plenty of photo opportunities to be had, and elected and high level bureaucrats often took advantage of them. But to believe that, say a Congressional staff member went to Afghanistan to train resistance warriors, much less terrorists would be pushing the bounds of possibility.

      What the CIA did, in reality, was buy weapons, ammunition, and supplies, in vast quantities. The Pakistani intelligence agency, the ISI, distributed the weapons and supplies once the Americans delivered them. This was a fundamental rule of Pakistani policy according to Brigadier Mohammed Yousaf, who ran the ISI operation in Afghanistan between 1983 and 1989: No American was to come into contact with the mujahedeen and no American was to be involved in the distribution of arms or supplies once they arrived in Pakistan. So far as the Arabs who went to the jihad, such as Bin Laden, were concerned, there was even less contact between them and the Americans. The Arabs had their own sources of funding and support, and no need of the Americans at all.

      What training was provided was provided by Pakistan and likely did include terror tactics. The Pakistani’s were no strangers to terrorist activities. They had been supporting terrorism, mainly in the Kashmir region of India, since the 1970’s[2]. The Pakistani’s directed the bulk of American-financed support to the Afghan groups that were the most extremist, the most Islamist, the most violent. These groups were reported by the Pakistani’s to also be the most effective, although those claims are questionable. The group, which received the highest percentage of aid, as well as the most support from Arab sources, was the Hizb party, which was headed by a Muslim fanatic named Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, who was a Pakistani agent from long before the jihad began.

      There were more moderate Afghan commanders available, but they were not trusted so much by Pakistan, and therefore weren’t seen as reliable by the Americans. Perhaps the biggest mistake the U.S. made in the Afghan operation was in not taking greater account of who the Pakistani’s were paying with our tax dollars. However, the ISI was seen as being more familiar with the situation “on the ground” and was allowed to run the show. If the CIA had taken a stronger hand in determining the allocation of support, it was likely that the ISI would have stopped funneling any support to the Afghans. Alright?

      "Iran is no threat to anyone."

      Last I checked they've been caught sponsoring death squads, they've repeatly called for another Un member to be physically removed from the face of the earth and constantly call for death against America.

      "if you follow your link about the Swedish bombing you will see that it was in response to anti-Islamic cartoons. People do not bomb others because of some abstract notion that they hate our freedoms. Just as the Swedish bombing was in response to a specific action"

      You've actually contradicted yourself in that sentence there, wanna know why Sweden got bombed? Because (get this) of their FREEDOM of speech.

  • Joe

    I quit reading and knew the article was a joke after the first sentence.

    Although I certainly wasn't surprised based on the title.

    • mrbean

      I guess for you it went something like Butthead….. "Words…. ahhh errrrr… words…. so samn many words,,, this sucks… errr ahhh..

  • Datan_ds

    It is enevitable anyway. Most of Ron Paul's desired goals will be achieved due to our own debt crisis. At $15T, how much longer can we sustain the borrowing? At some point, you end up like Greece and you are then unable to support your allies even if you want to.

    As a kid, I grew up in the early 60s during the Vietnam war. All of the establishment and talking heads told us we had to fight in Vietnam to "contain communism". People used to say (until the late 1980s), that once a country goes communist, they never go back, so that is why it must be contained. We now know that that was all BS, because all communist countries eventually go back to other forms of government. Many more people (on both sides) could have died in Vietnam if we did not walk away.

    In 2001, all of the establishment and talking heads told us we had to invade Iraq to stop their Weapons of Mass Destruction. We now know that that was all BS because we could not find any WMD in the country. Am I the only one who remembers these things?

    • mrbean

      "all communist countries eventually go back to other forms of government" Another useful idiot of leftists that is a product of a 60's progressive education. Go to China or North Korea fool.

      Pol Pot and his Communist Khmer Rouge managed to kill off, depending how you count and calculate, somewhere between 20% – 40% of their fellow countrymen. So we’re talking about 1.8 to 3 million people and the NVA Communists managed after the US Democrat Congress cowardly abandoned South Vietnam to kill 1.5 million South Vietnamese in the purges and reeducation camps after the fall of Saigon in 1975.

  • AL__

    wrong paul is a disgusting kook

  • AL__

    The wrong paul brown shirts are the cockroaches of the internet.

  • fisherKing

    Ron Paul's feeble monomania pollutes every decision he makes except the ones which might cost him his power or money. His ideology of blame government for everything leads to decisions based upon self vindication and not by what works best in reality.

    Compare this to George Washington, who listened objectively and would often put his own ego aside to defer to experts like Alexander Hamilton, who understood foreign arch-monsters would obliterate America if it were not for a strong, not big, central government managing military affairs and guaranteeing currency by lending money to other banks.

    What do the abolish the Fed advocates think should take the place of a fiat currency? Gold, a barbarian relic, leading to bartering sugar and commodity instability?

    I do understand desperation. "If you're not a rebel in your 20s you have no heart…"

    "…and if you're not establishment by your 30s you have no brain.". Do you really think limiting yourselves to the 1800s is a good idea?

  • mike

    not a big surprise if Iowa votes for him, after all Iowa stands for:

    I diots
    O ut
    W andering
    A imllessly

    • fisherKing

      Don't forget about half of his voters in Iowa are not Republicans, including a lot of Democrats who are voting for the worst electable.

  • Ghostwriter

    I've been hearing a lot about Ron Paul. I doubt that he's going to the White House. From what I've heard of him,he's an isolationist who doesn't care what happens to the rest of the world. Also,his anti-semitism and racist newsletters are also a concern. Paul would let Israel be destroyed and pave the way for a second Holocaust simply because he doesn't think Jews are worth protecting. He lives in a fantasy world a lot like Obama does. America needs someone who's living in the real world,not a fantasy land that President Obama and Ron Paul live in.
    And for those foreigners who support Ron Paul,when some lunatic dictator decides to invade or destroy your country,don't look to Ron Paul to save your bacon. He doesn't care about anyone,other than himself.

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Ghost:
      I dont give a rats a$$ if Paul likes Jews or not, its the fact that people PRETEND to like them.
      I would prefer people saying "I hate the f'n Jews"

      I have issues with his repeal of DADT, and 'ending the war on drugs' by legalizing drugs.

      I already know he hates Israel, Reagan was none too fond of Israel as well, but he left them alone..

  • James

    Klein, Klein, Klein.

    Why place Israel over the US? Why place Jews over US citizens.

    Your opinion is skewed, biased, and outright RACIST. You believe Jews are worth more and attack a man who says that everyone has equal rights.

    Wouldnt it have been better to share Israel with the Palestinians than to have rockets raining down every single day?

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      'Why place Israel over the US? Why place Jews over US citizens. '

      You are not a Christian.
      GOD puts Israel first, you got that?
      And Ron Paul is a LASTER, allowing 'gays' to serve openly in the military first before MEN soldiers with his repeal of DADT

      Whahhhhhh, 'you believe Jews are worth more, whahhhh'

      Meaning, I hate you Jews that care about other Jews.

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      James, you are a little metro queer boy.

    • Stephen_Brady

      "Why place Israel over the US? Why place Jews over US citizens."

      The proper second sentence, in the quote above, is, "Why place Israelis over US citizens?"

      Your decision to use "Jews" instead of "Israelis" says quite a bit about you …

  • Passer by

    Ron Paul is the same fool as some european governments, since he never adressed the issue of islamic emigration. Many european countries followed Paul's advise, (although due to fear of Islam, caused by the 1973 Oil Embargo, not due to isolationism) and became more hostile to Israel, rejected the Iraq war, blocked sanctions against Iran (Germany for example), etc. But keeping their heads low did not save them from the issue of Islam simply because they allowed islamic emigration.
    So today there is specific islamic terrorism in Europe that has nothing to do with foreign policy and attacks even "neutral" states like Sweden. The aim of this islamic terrorism is to eliminate free speech and critisism of Islam. So european embassies were targeted across the Islamic world because of Muhammad cartoons, a suicide bomber blew himself up in Sweden, there were many plots against cartoonists, film director Theo van Gog was killed, etc.

  • NadePaulKuciGravMcKi

    US interests come before Israeli interests
    witness the
    bloodthirsty hatred of the AIPAC Neocons

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      God is an Israel firster.
      Deal with it.

    • AL__

      Are you high all the time?

  • AL__

    Ron Paul and Mrs. Paul were watching TV. Mrs. Paul said, “I’d REALLY like some ice cream.” Ron Paul says, “I’ll get it for you.” Ron Paul checks the freezer but finds no ice cream. He tells his Mrs. Paul, “I’ll go get some ice cream. What kind do you want?” Mrs. Paul says, “As long as you are going out, get me an ice cream sundae. I want vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, whipped cream and a cherry on top.” Ron Paul says, “OK, I’ll go get it.” Mrs. Paul says, “Ron, you better write it down, you KNOW how forgetful your dementia makes you.” Ron Paul says, “NONSENSE! I can remember it.” And he leaves.

    1 hour later, he FINALLY comes home and hands Mrs. Paul a paper bag. Mrs. Paul opens the bag and finds a ham sandwich. Mrs. Paul says, “I told you that you would forget what I wanted, there is no mustard on this sandwich!”
    Larry thompson

  • http://www.western-civilisation.com CrossofMalta

    Have to love the Paulite cult – any posting about Paul brings the Trogs out of their caves and onto the Net to post pro Paul gibberish and nonsense about Libertarian 'freedom' and the fantasy of 'peace'. Paul is a dunce who probably thinks that Hitler was a great German nationalist, Communist Russia a splendid civilisation, and Islam the peaceful embodiment of Jew-hating theology……He and his cult are an embarrassment. Obama the clowna is a 100 times better than Paul….

  • RonPaulWins2012

    NAHALKIDES: "Paul's supporters are few but fanatical as we see here"

    No. What you see here is several fanatical, anti-Paul, name calling commenters who use ad hominem attacks because they have no argument and nothing worthwhile to add to the discussion. They claim that Paul supporters (and Paul) are jew haters. It's hilarious really. I know of more jewish people who are voting Ron Paul than any other candidate including Obama.

    The Paul supporters who have posted comments here, have for the most part been polite and factually correct in their content. The fanatics are the anti-Paul, name calling, ad hominem commenters who post nonsense and idiocy. They clearly have no idea what's really going on.

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

    • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

      Rabbi Kahane:

      "One thing we can learn from history, is that Jews never learn from history"

      There is your answer for Jewish Paul supporters, the same who voted B. hussein Obama

      • RonPaulWins2012

        So basically what you're saying is that jews are stupid if they don't agree with other jews? You know how stupid that sounds, right? [laughs]

        Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

        • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

          I told you the truth.
          Most Jews in America, historically, love voting in people that hate them.
          (Not me, not sane Jews here)
          Ru Paul hates Jews.

        • http://www.themadjewess.wordpress.com MAD JEWESS

          I also 100% guarantee that YOU will also vote in Obama.
          Most Paulans will

  • Frank Denver

    Let me explain it for you since you are having problems figuring it out. We go into these countries and kill innocent people for two reasons. To establish another bankster controlled central bank (do your homework). And, to allow our multinational corporations to have a new market to penetrate. FYI, those billions we spend on war are to help the multinationals grow their businesses overseas. Then they get upset that they have to pay taxes should they wish to re-patriot (sorry bring back into the US) that money. Money they earned because we spent our tax money on wars so they can have new markets to enter. Do you get it now? That is the way of our Corporatist Government.

  • Amused

    Oh Paulians ..WAKE UP ! Even if by some cosmic mistake Paul wins the Republican nomination , he will get shredded against Obama , due to his racism that will be exposed from past statements and letters , his isolationist policies , his bias ..YES bias against Israel , his brushing off of Iran as a non-threat . His remarks about 9/11 , his tendency to embrace Trufers , all this is simply being held back , should he get the nomination .
    Paul 2012 ? Good luck with that.

    • RonPaulWins2012

      [1] Ron Paul will pardon all non-white US citizens ever convicted of nonviolent drug crime.
      [2] Ron Paul will end the War on Drugs (which is really a war on minorities).
      [2] Ron Paul will end the war on terror (which is essentially a war on non-whites).
      [3] Ron Paul will end all foreign wars (completely stopping the killing of said non-whites).
      [4] Ron Paul is against racial profiling of muslims as terrorists.
      [5] Ron Paul voted Yes for MLK Day holiday.
      [6] Ron Paul has the support of NAACP leaders who say [he's] not racist.
      [7] Ron Paul is the most favorable GOP candidate amongst non-white voters, says a recent CNN poll.
      [8] Ron Paul has stated that 3 of his heros are MLK, Rosa Parks, and Ghandi.

      Sounds like a racist.

      You should also watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY01Lpg5kqw

      And also read this: http://www.dailypaul.com/195717/breaking-even-mor

      Non-intervention was the word you meant, not Isolationist. Because Ron Paul wants free trade, free travel and diplomacy with all nations. He has no bias against Israel and jewish people. Iran isn't a serious threat: Iran = 0 nuclear weapons. Israel = 200+ nuclear weapons. No contest. No threat. His remark about 9/11 was quoted from the 9/11 report, the CIA and logical thinking. Israeli jewish leaders embrace Bush and Obama; Bush and Obama embrace Saudi leaders; Saudi leaders have disdain for Israel; Saudi leaders are connected to the funding of 9/11; Osama was Saudi; jewish people were killed on 9/11: If you support Bush and Obama you hate jewish people and Israel.

      Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

      • Amused

        Paulian Propaganda Memes …..I didn't support Bush , I don't support Obama ,and I don't support white supremacist, trufer ,conspiracy theorists like Paul andf his equally deranged son . If pauls wins anything , it would be the "confused Republican " nomination, which is not based on anything other than getting rid of Obama …..aside from than that they've got NOTHING .A Pasul nomination will ensure a Democrat win . Keep dreaming .

  • Lightning Jack

    While one can agree with Ron Paul on some of his domestic/ economic policy positions, his foreign policy philosophy is unworkable and will only further embolden the dictators and terrorist of the world making it a less stable, or a more dangerous place.

    • RonPaulWins2012

      The US military (who are currently fighting as part of US foreign policy) disagree with you. They agree with Ron Paul's foreign policy:

      Ron Paul receives more money from US military personel than OBAMA and ALL other GOP candidates receive COMBINED. Ron Paul receives more than 3 TIMES as much as all other GOP candidates COMBINED.

      Now say the US military (Army, Navy & Marines) are wrong about foreign policy. I dare you.

      Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

  • RonPaulWins2012

    [1] Ron Paul will pardon all non-white US citizens ever convicted of nonviolent drug crime.
    [2] Ron Paul will end the War on Drugs (which is really a war on minorities).
    [2] Ron Paul will end the war on terror (which is essentially a war on non-whites).
    [3] Ron Paul will end all foreign wars (completely stopping the killing of said non-whites).
    [4] Ron Paul is against racial profiling of muslims as terrorists.
    [5] Ron Paul voted Yes for MLK Day holiday.
    [6] Ron Paul has the support of NAACP leaders who say [he's] not racist.
    [7] Ron Paul is the most favorable GOP candidate amongst non-white voters, says a recent CNN poll.
    [8] Ron Paul has stated that 3 of his heros are MLK, Rosa Parks, and Ghandi.

    Sounds like a racist.

    You should also watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY01Lpg5kqw

    And also read this: http://www.dailypaul.com/195717/breaking-even-mor

    Non-intervention was the word you meant, not Isolationist. Because Ron Paul wants free trade, free travel and diplomacy with all nations. He has no bias against Israel and jewish people. Iran isn't a serious threat: Iran = 0 nuclear weapons. Israel = 200+ nuclear weapons. No contest. No threat. His remark about 9/11 was quoted from the 9/11 report, the CIA and logical thinking. Israeli jewish leaders embrace Bush and Obama; Bush and Obama embrace Saudi leaders; Saudi leaders have disdain for Israel; Saudi leaders are connected to the funding of 9/11; Osama was Saudi; jewish people were killed on 9/11: If you support Bush and Obama you hate jewish people and Israel.

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

    • Stephen_Brady

      No, he won't win, young man.

      Indeed, when he loses the race for the GOP nomination, his dedicated little robots will vote early and often and give him the nomination of America Elects, which will be on all 50 state ballots.

      When that happens, Obama gets four more years.

      The only good news from all this: It's Dr. Paul's last campaign for president …

    • Jakareh

      [4] Ron Paul is against racial profiling of muslims as terrorists.

      Yeah, that makes sense. After all, Quakers and Shintoists are just as likely to be wearing underpants made of C4 as Muslims.

      [8] Ron Paul has stated that 3 of his heros are MLK, Rosa Parks, and Ghandi [sic].

      Then why was he the only one to vote against giving Rosa Parks the Congressional Gold Medal? Maybe he wanted to give her one made of unobtainium.

  • RonPaulWins2012

    Lightning Jack: "his foreign policy philosophy is unworkable"

    The US military (who are currently fighting as part of US foreign policy) disagree with you. They agree with Ron Paul's foreign policy:

    Ron Paul receives more money from US military personel than OBAMA and ALL other GOP candidates receive COMBINED. Ron Paul receives more than 3 TIMES as much as all other GOP candidates COMBINED.

    Now say the US military (Army, Navy & Marines) are wrong about foreign policy. I dare you.

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

  • RonPaulWins2012

    mah29001: "Philip Giraldi as his 2008 foreign policy adviser? He works with Palestinian front groups and pushes anti-Israel conspiracy theories"

    I had no idea who that is. I wiki'd the guy:

    "Philip Giraldi is a former counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a columnist and television commentator who is the Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a group that advocates for more even handed policies by the U.S. government in the Middle East. He earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from the University of Chicago and a MA and a Ph.D from the University of London in European History. Giraldi served the CIA for eighteen years in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Spain and speaks those nations' languages."

    You think it's strange Ron Paul would have a former counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer of the CIA who states he wants a more fair middle east foreign policy as somehow being wrong? Are you sane?

    Please post links to the conspiracy theories of Giraldi.

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

  • Touchstone

    The army of Paulistinians must have received instructions to bombard enemy websites with pro-Paul propaganda. These fanatics sure have PLENTY of time on their hands! The fact is, Ron Paul is an incoherent, crotchety old man who's deteriorating intellectually and energizing ugly forces of intolerance and hatred, like Stormfront. As for his loyal zealots, they're either wolves in sheep's clothing, or just plain old wolves. Either way, LOOK OUT.

    Ron Paul (in the dustbin of history) 2012! Yeah!

    • Stephen_Brady

      Amen, brother!

  • Amused

    Paul's already gone on record with enough ridiculous statements , which if nominated will come back to bite in right in the butt .These are NOT misquotes or things taken out of context . Paulwill be left in a state of stuttering denial and memory lapses . Stick around and watch the show.

  • Flowerknife_us

    Why would Ron Paul want to run the Presidency of a Country he believes is directly involved in the 9/11 attacks. Rons pal Alex Jones makes no bones about his belief that 9/11 was an inside job.

  • Lisa_H

    This is what John Bolton had to say about Ron Paul when interviewed by Mark Steyn on Fox last night:
    That’s why I think the debate on the Republican side is so important. And why when I see, I have to be candid, a candidate like Ron Paul whose foreign policy is if anything is worse than the Obama administration apparently leading in Iowa according to some polls, it just gives me great concern. …

    But I guess I’d say to people who look at Ron Paul and have some measure of support for his domestic policies on the libertarian side, I’d have to say look, I consider myself pretty libertarian but you cannot live in fantasy land. The rest of the world is not going to leave us alone and we need a Commander-in-Chief who understands that. A Ron Paul president would simply not address the challenges we face.

    So if you’re thinking about Ron Paul because of his domestic issues, think again and look at virtually any of the other candidates and consider how they would be as Commander-in-Chief. That’s the president’s first duty, defending the country.

    Amen.

  • richard

    both ron paul, & obama need to be gone.

  • Amused

    lol….and the republicans will do anything , including nominating the former in order to get rid of the latter .

  • Jakareh

    I am a practicing Catholic and strongly against gay "marriage", abortion, just about anything the current administration is for. Yet, if by some calamity, Ron Paul were to win the Republican nomination, I would go down to my polling place on November 6 and cast a vote for Barack Hussein Obama.

    Ron Paul is insane. And his insanity is most clearly attested by his attitude toward Islamic radicals. He ignores the fact that Muslims have been waging jihad against the Western world for 1,400 years, ever since Muhammad started making up stories about being choked by angels and jumping over mountains on a donkey-mule hybrid.

    Paul is also the most dishonest man to ever run for president. His ridiculous, literally incredible explanation about the newsletters from which he profited so handsomely justifies that statement. I will say it again: Paul is a liar, and so are most who say they believe him. The few who actually do are idiots.

    As to the article, despite the pro-Paul know-nothings calling it "ugly" and the like, it is entirely factual, therefore entirely fair. They resort to name-calling because they have no legitimate way to defend the appalling man they have chosen to follow.

    • RonPaulWins2012

      Jakareh: "Yeah, that makes sense. After all, Quakers and Shintoists are just as likely to be wearing underpants made of C4 as Muslims."

      I think that you should read this: http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/09/colossa… and this http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/10/closer-

      Jakareh: "Then why was he the only one to vote against giving Rosa Parks the Congressional Gold Medal?"

      I think for the same reason he votes against a lot of things: he doesn't want the US citizens being taxed to pay for it. In fact, that was his reason:
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=&v=cs-0AXWV8s

      Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

      • Jakareh

        >>I think that you should read this: http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/09/colossa…. and this http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/10/closer-….

        Oh, I see. The 1,400 years of jihad have been a hoax. Muhammad never massacred the Jews of Khaybar. The Muslims did not conquer Egypt in 639, Spain in 711, or Constantinople in 1453. They never invaded France on the way to taking all of Europe. The Barbary Pirates enslaving Americans… psshh, it was all b.s. They just went ashore to chase after the hot Libyan girls–you know sailors! My Armenian great grandmother lied; the Turks never sent everybody in her town to die of thirst in the Syrian Desert.

        Yeah, the CIA did 9/11! The Mossad pitched in, just to join in the fun. The Madrid train bombings? Staged! Same for the London ones. And, of course, the Underwear Bomber was a "false flag operation". Some guy says so–right in your link.

        I'm convinced: Islam really is the Religion of Peace™. Oh, wait… I got it! Islam doesn't actually exist! It's all been a joint CIA-FBI-ATF-Pentagon-Mossad-KGB-Trilateral Commission-Bilderberg-MI6 operation from the beginning! How could I have been so blind?! Muhammad was an agent and so was my great grandmother–naughty old girl!

        Go Ron Paul! R3VO_|ution!

  • classicalastrologer

    David, I am quite perplexed as to why you would publish this nonsense. Demonizing the only candidate who stands for anything worthy of election is deeply dysfunctional. Have you considered the alternatives ??? Ron Paul is the best friend you could have, unless endless wars based mostly on economic interests of the extreme rich suits you. Someone finally called the US on the Military Industrial Complex and its penchant for manufacturing consent while duping us into thinking we have countless enemies. Under a President Ron Paul, America would be in a far better position to significantly reduce the existential threat to Israel

  • RonPaulWins2012

    Jakareh: "Yeah, that makes sense. After all, Quakers and Shintoists are just as likely to be wearing underpants made of C4 as Muslims."

    I think that you should read this: http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/09/colossa… and this http://haskellfamily.blogspot.com/2011/10/closer-

    Jakareh: "Then why was he the only one to vote against giving Rosa Parks the Congressional Gold Medal?"

    I think for the same reason he votes against a lot of things: he doesn't want the US citizens being taxed to pay for it. In fact, that was his reason:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=&v=cs-0AXWV8s

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready for it. :)

  • Jakareh

    I am a practicing Catholic and strongly against gay "marriage", abortion, just about anything the current administration is for. Yet, if by some calamity, Ron Paul were to win the Republican nomination, I would go down to my polling place on November 6 and cast a vote for Barack Hussein Obama.

    • Dave Head

      Isolationist?
      .
      No. Founding Father
      .
      “Observe good faith and justice toward all….. Permanent, inveterate antipathies against particular nations [Iran], and passionate attachments for others [Israel], should be excluded. Cultivate peace and harmony with all.” – George Washington
      .

      • Dave Head

        When have we EVER tried set-aside the killing, and open our arms in friendship?

        Not any time in the last 60 years. The reason “they” kill us, is because we’ve been killing them ever since the end of WW2. IMAGINE IF there were a foreign occupying force in Texas. How would we react?.

        VIDEO – http://youtu.be/wjKGfU3tWvk

        Weapons & Defense Engineer

  • Arnie

    This article is unbalanced and removes Paul's rationale from these policy positions the author quotes. When Ron Paul makes a claim or stakes a position, there is usually a good reason for it–not that i agree with all his positions–but this author is typical of those who master in the use of the sound-bite to manipulate opinion. As a Christian I believe as a nation we will do well to support Israel.

  • Justin

    I now support Ron Paul more after reading this article. So much insight to his common sense stand points.

  • Guest

    They think that Ron Pauls Foreign policy is destructive because, if their is no war, no proffits, and they will go out of business…… RP 2012

  • RonPaulWins2012

    at Jakareh

    Anyone reading your reply would quickly realise I said nothing about 9/11, Madrid, 7/7, etc. in my above reply to you. Nice attempt at deflection.

    Jakareh: "the Underwear Bomber was a "false flag operation". Some guy says so–right in your link."

    Yes. The guy's name is Kurt Haskell, he's a lawyer from Michigan. He and his wife were passengers on that flight, he is an eyewitness to before, during and after the incident. If you were an honest person who's researched that incident, read Kurt Haskell's blog posts (including the links I posted) and mainstream news articles, I doubt you would have wrote your reply as you did. Anyway.

    Ron Paul will win 2012. Get ready. for ir. :)

  • liz levesque

    Hello Ron Paul Supporters: Here is a big FYI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_conquests. this is a link to wikipedia about the Arab Conquests. You see, since 634 AD the Arabs have been militarized all over the world. Remember "Barbary Pirates" in school? they have raped and pillaged their way around the world long before Israel had statehood in 1948. What would account for all of this? American military intervention? Let's see: America became a military in what year? Let's just say 1776. So, the Arabs were well into their conquests and wars long before America existed. And, since their Koran demands they "make" the world Muslim you can be sure that this is their agenda, as it has always been since 634 AD. Paul's isolationist or non-interventionist policies will not stop the Islamisation that has been underway since the 7th century. I suggest you pick up a bunch of books. This problem is not going away even if Paul becomes president or we pull all our military out of the Middle East. Obama tried diplomacy with the Middle EAst. How is that going? I wish it was that easy to just remove all our military but unfortunately Radical Islamic Jihadist's have vowed to get us anywhere, on our own soil, etc. No hiding our heads in the sand. No going back. We have to face the world as it is not as we "politic" it might be. No amount of "rah, rah, Ron Paul" will solve this problem.

    • Dave Head

      Clearly the solution is to drop Nukes on the Mideast and exterminate the Arab / Muslim race completely.

      I support your cause Liz Adolf Levesgue.

      OR: We could listen to this man: “Observe good faith and justice toward all….. Permanent, inveterate antipathies against particular nations [Iran], and passionate attachments for others [Israel], should be excluded. Cultivate peace and harmony with all.” – George Washington

      Isolationist?
      .
      No. Founding Father
      .
      Please take time to read the rest of Washington’s Farewell Address. Washington, like Paul, supported a strong DEFENSE of the homeland not sending-out ships like the British Empire.

      Paul’s plan is to put 4 aircraft carriers on the east, and 4 on the west, plus thousands of support ships. Any nation stupid enough to attack us would be blown out of the sky before they had a chance.

      He is STRONG on foreign policy. Not weak

      Weapons & Defense Engineer
      .

    • Dave Head

      >>>”Obama tried diplomacy with the Middle East.”

      When was this? During the bombing of Yemen? Or during the bombing of Syria? Or maybe earlier when Obama was bombing Iraq? Or perhaps even earlier when Clinton spent most of the 90s bombing and killing Arabs? Or was it the 70s and 80s when we were killing Iraqis?

      When have we EVER tried Jesus admonishment to set-aside the killing, and open our arms in friendship?

      Not any time in the last 60 years. The reason “they” kill us, is because we’ve been killing them ever since the end of WW2. IMAGINE IF there were a foreign occupying force in Texas. How would we react?.

      VIDEO – http://youtu.be/wjKGfU3tWvk
      .

  • Paulista

    Ron Paul haters are nut jobs! Anyone who can't see that he can never be any worse than any of the imperialistic fraud steer thugs running the system today is a fool! Go Ron Paul!

    • Paulista

      *fraudster – stupid iPad spell-check!

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