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The Tea Party Facebook group is not on our side. Duh?

"Libertarian Presidential candidates Ron Paul and Gary Johnson now share the same official position with the Al Qaeda terrorist organization, that the killing of confirmed Al Qaeda terrorist Awlaki by the U.S. armed forces was an "illegal" action even though the U.S. was attacked by Al Qaeda on Sept 11, 2001 and Awlaki was a confirmed Al Qaeda leader. Today, Al Qaeda confirmed that they share the exact same position. Share your thoughts about this."

Go read some of the comments. We have some defenders fighting the good fight, but overall's not going so well.

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Paul Craig Roberts' recent masterpiece - "Is The War On Terror A Hoax?"


Oh, if only all Americans could sit down and read this article. One can only hope.

Is The War On Terror A Hoax?

Paul Craig Roberts
Friday, September 30, 2011



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Al Qaeda also wants 911 off topic.

Al Qaeda to Iran: Stop Spreading 9/11 Conspiracy
ABC News -  by LEE FERRAN  -  Sept. 27, 2011

The terror group al Qaeda has found itself curiously in agreement with the "Great Satan" -- which it calls the U.S. -- in issuing a stern message to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: stop spreading 9/11 conspiracy theories.

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Ron Paul ad attacks rick perry for being Al Gore cheerleader : Herman Cain forums

I even see some pro ron paul people there posting about Ron and their posts are not being deleted.

A new ad by Ron Paul attacks governor Rick Perry for being a so called cheerleader for Al Gore, Rick Perry was a former democrat and also supported hilliary care, perry was for the bank bailouts and wallstreet TARP money, he also wanted to force all girls in Texas to have manditory vaccines.

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Paul Slams Perry As “Al Gore’s Texas Cheerleader”

A article talking about Ron Paul's new campaign ad with Rick Perry as Al Gore's Texas Cheerleader

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Is this the core reason for Middle East Occuption?

(China rules the rare earth)
The global race to grab a share of rare earth metals in Central Asia has begun.

Asia is at the centre of an inevitable development of our digital world: the coming mineral wars.

The computer you are using to read this article is already involved in a global war.

Oil wars? Water wars? Sure - they will continue to define the geopolitics of the early 21st century. But in high-technology terms, nothing compares with the coming mineral wars. And the name of the game is rare earth.

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