Questions for Ron Paul on Foreign PolicySubmitted by DeMolay on Thu, 06/30/2011 - 04:55
by Fearless Citizen
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
This campaign seems to be moving along nicely for Ron Paul. His fundraising is really good this early on and we should see some excitement once the 1st quarter FEC report is released. Overall, it is an optimistic time for smaller, constitutional government, and a move towards maximized liberty. More and more we hear the other GOP candidates saying the same things that Ron Paul has been saying for years and it is amazing to see this happening. I still don't trust the other candidates to carry out most of what they say, but at least it is a reflection of how the nation is changing to a different philosophy.
However, he is polling nationally from 5 to 10% and as a Ron Paul supporter, I still see something that is holding back voters from giving their vote to Ron Paul. The problem is the difficulty in convincing enough voters that he is correct on foreign policy. There doesn't seem to be a well understood plan from Dr. Paul about what would happen after all of the troops come home nor what could happen in the rest of the world after doing so.
So, based on this situation, I would pose some questions to Dr. Paul: