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What would Israel Look like if Ron Paul were President?

In this thought experiment, we will go back in time to Israel’s founding in 1948 and imagine how Israel would have developed under a Ron Paul presidency at each turning point, up to the current Iran nuclear issue, using Paul’s own foreign policy statements and philosophy as a guide.

Part I
http://www.worldofjudaica.com/jewish-news/international/what...

Part II
http://www.worldofjudaica.com/jewish-news/international/what...



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unashamedly bumping Rafi again--

am I breaking a rule?

It seems that very few people have seen this.

This young man (Israelis for Ron Paul) posted a 'landmark' article on DP a few weeks ago, and he received a lot of great feedback--

This one escaped attention; maybe it's because *we* are all busy worrying about caucuses and primaries, etc.--

With all of the 'stuff' going on in the middle east, this might be a good thing to read right now--

again, . . . Rafi in Israel, Ron Paul supporter, with his enlightened ideas about what things would be like in Israel if Ron Paul had been president and were to be the president--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

one more bump for Rafi--

*everyone* is discouraged this morning? *We* need to realize that those in the world who want liberty are behind *us*!

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

bumping Rafi--

for latecomers and those who are concerned about the IMO hateful Christians--

Hagee believes (!) that many Jews will have to die for these prophecies to be fulfilled--

:(

WHAT!? And this is pro-Israel? No, it's some sort of twisted 'vision'--

And Rafi proves that, in spite of the MSM, Israelis are waking up. God bless them!!!

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Well done analysis. It's so simple, really.

We just mind our own business, and everything balances out on its own.

fascinating--

bump--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

like a middle eastern . . .

country with some olive groves! (And some ancient buildings)

LOL! I couldn't resist answering your question literally--

I will read the links, and thank you, Rafi; you're appreciated for all you have done!

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--