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Ron Paul on Neil Cavuto: I Don't Find Optimism in Washington - 1/4/13

Ron Paul was on with Fox Business' Neil Cavuto for his first interview since leaving Congress. Cavuto was very respectful and complimenting.

Ron Paul: I Don’t Find Optimism in Washington


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Front page now pls.

Front page now pls.

Before Perot, Paul predicted everything we see today!

Cavuto, got it right when he contrasted Paul with Perot. True, both were Texans; but Paul put much more of himself and his career on the line than Perot did. Early on, Paul saw that his children and grandchildren's immediate future would be threatened by Nixon's removal of the precious metals backing our dollar. Ironically, Paul ran for Congress and won his seat in Congress, within the same party affiliation as Nixon's! Just goes to show, as Dr. Paul often smilingly warns, "Be careful of getting your name on the ballot, because you just might win!"

Neil starts out by cleverly playing off the name similarities and dynamic influences of Ron Paul and the apostle Paul; and then launched from there into casting Dr. Paul as the most accurate forecaster ever in high elected office, long before Perot ran for the highest office in the land!

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Thanks Dr. Paul...

for the comments on envy. However, I would still argue my previous point that all desire is rooted in envy. :-)

That must have been a painful.

Was that a bitch slap from Ron Paul straight to your Anarchist face? You're a nihilist and a destroyer hiding in the liberty movement.

"I would still argue my previous point that all desire is rooted in envy."

You don't know the difference between desire and envy so it doesn't really matter what you think or say, and as a nihilist, nobody knows that better than yourself. You know NOTHING of justice or injustice and you're WORTHLESS to liberty because you don't know the difference between envy and desire.

If you were the last man on earth, you would still desire, but there would be nobody left to envy.

Here, I'll even try to help you, and make the point you were working towards: "Can we make people envious of liberty and get them to want it for themselves?"

There's a problem with that I can't look past. Envy is a deadly sin that only serves destruction, and it's not envious to want your liberty. You have a right to want your liberty. It's not unjust or covetous to want your liberty and to defend peoples liberty is to serve justice. You can call it semantics and pretend there isn't a difference between desire and envy, but there is.

Thanks for posting.

I don't get Fox Business so it is great to have the link. He may be a former congressman but he will always be my President.

Very complimentary

I just might start watching Cavuto again if he keeps this up. I gave up on fox business when the judge was booted and haven't watched since.

"Endless money forms the sinews of war." - Cicero, www.freedomshift.blogspot.com

Bump for Neil and Ron.


Free includes debt-free!

Ron Paul!

Cavuto did it well :-)

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

This is his first interview

This is his first interview since leaving Congress.

I'm glad he did it with Cavuto.

His first interview ?

That's not true...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6I0WM34hYBE

That interview is from Dec

That interview is from Dec 2nd. Ron left Congress yesterday.

Ron left congress in

Ron left congress in december. He didn't even vote for the fiscal cliff bills

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Yup, eduardo89. I'm glad also.

To boost his ratings, Hannity would have loved to have had this first interview with the now former Texas Congressman. No way, loser Sean.

After all this time here, you

After all this time here, you still haven't figured out yet that Cavuto and all the rest are losers too?

You must still have a TV at home I am guessing.