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Rick Santorum & His Neocon Ilk Are Culpable For 9/11, Not America

Rick Santorum tries to say Dr. Paul "blames America" for 9/11. This is nothing but desperate, pathetic demagoguery. Personally, I hold neocon trash like Rick Santorum culpable for 9/11, as he & his ilk are those who supported policies of interventionism, preemptive war, & decided America was the "policeman" of the world. These arrogant, ethnocentric, uneducated saboteurs of the Constitution are those who are truly to blame for the blowback which exposed itself on 9/11. And I would say this straight to his face.

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I'm during guessing

that Cain and Santorum are being used strictly as controlled opposition to Paul (whether real or reverse psychologically) with Gingrich and his scummy background parroting Ron, thus diluting the message.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

Video Response to the BOOing

I made this in response to the Booing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh1l0pePqjg

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We needn't be butt-hurt by the booing of the sheep

Ron Paul has been around the block. He's no Faberge egg that we need to wrap in swaddling cloth and coddle. The sheep is fickle. One minute they'll cheer the death of a 30 yr old man who opted out of health care, then minutes later boo anyone who suggests that the policies of our beloved government had anything to do with making enemies. Not to say that it doesn't hit a primal chord in my soul to hear ignorant people make any other sound than applause when in the presence of one of the few living people I consider an actual "hero". But this is an election. We steel ourselves and press on : )

He's

being used to run interference. TPTB know he hasn't got a chance to win, so they're using him as an attack dog against Dr. Paul.

I was embarrassed for the crowd when they started booing Ron for relating what the CIA describes as the motivation for the attacks.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

Good point

I wish Ron Paul mentioned the CIA again. The neo / tea-o-con crowd worships the CIA. He should have prefaced his statement by mentioning blowback, & then mentioning that he was quoting straight from the 9/11 Commission Report. (Of course it's easy to be Monday morning quarterbacks; we can each lay out the "perfect" answer in our minds as to what he should say to no end. A useful exercise, however, for thinking how we'll convert brainwashed friends.)

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Exactly right

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It would be great if

Ron Paul supporters would show up at all of Santorum's public appearances, the same way they did to Guliani in 2008.

Santorum might welcome the appearance of Ron Paul supporters

After all - its got to get lonely speaking in those empty places all by himself.

I read somewhere that Santorum rarely gets a crowd bigger than 60 for ANYTHING.

like this comment if....

Rick santorum CAN EAT SH*T!!!!

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

Dr Paul's

First repines to this stupid allegation when it was uttered by rudi Julie-anni was his best.
The 911 commission report and CiA agree that our policies in middle east was a motivating factor.

Liberty = Responsibility

EXCELLENT

come back.

Thank you for that!