These 2 videos will shock you,please pay attention!Especially with everyone attacking Ron Paul about his foreign policy.
You will notice a pattern.
So my co-worker so the smear piece today about Ron being a "tyrant's best friend" and did not consider it a smear piece. I can't understand why. However, I need some ammo as to how a non-interventionist policy could handle a problem like a evil person trying to take over the world. Granted I don't think we should be telling countries what to do, but in Hitler's case our involvement was needed because our security was threatened in a way. If Hitler took over all of Europe the US certainly would be next.
Im from India, and if I could, I'd vote for Dr. Ron Paul. its not just America, the world needs him too.Submitted by We the People on Wed, 09/14/2011 - 14:31
Cool comment on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwyH_8UTL9Q
Question: How much money does the United States give to Israel on an anual basis?
Question: How much money does the United States give to all the Arab nations put together?
What is wrong with this picture?
Many things I know...but perhaps Dr. Paul needs to discuss this by painting a picture in the audiences mind.
Are we truly helping Israel by giving all the neighboring Arab countries millions of dollars?
A 30 minute infomercial (alaRossPerot) with son Rand would be a great way to inform the public. Do it in segments using chalk boards and/or computer illustrations.
Go Ron Go!
Fund Veterans Obligations or Foreign Empire? The Pentagon chooses squashing out veterans.
Look people the only thing we need to do to win the Republican Nomination is to win over a significant portion of the neocon vote. They unfortunately are a large part of the Republican Party. While you may shirk this off as "IMPOSSIBLE" - let me put forth some ideas and allow this idea to be considered.
Neocons are people who are terribly afraid. They are strongly influenced not by love or peace or prosperity but by the simple animal emotion of FEAR!
Even if he's booed, even if he places fifth, Ron Paul needs to articulate his foreign policy position in front of a GOP audience, without censorship, interruptions or leading questions. I believe this could cinch the nomination for him.
Ignoring the facts, establishment media smears Congressman as “defending Al-Qaeda”
The establishment media is once again attempting to smear Ron Paul as anti-American following Paul’s simple observation during the debate last night that foreign occupations increase the risk of terrorist attacks, when in reality the Texan Congressman’s views are endorsed by US military personnel more than any other Republican candidate.
In tonight’s war of words toward the end of the debate over whose foreign policy would make us more safe — Ron Paul’s or Rick Santorum’s — the verdict is clear.
George W. Bush made us less safe. Barack Obama makes us less safe.
Santorum has promised to follow the nearly identical foreign policy of both Bush and Obama.
Santorum would make us less safe.
Bush-era Republicans like Santorum have learned nothing in the last decade.
Might be a good idea for Ron Paul to bring this up in tonight's debate if the opportunity presents itself.
"Despite repeated assurances from President Obama and military leaders that the U.S. would not send uniformed military personnel into Libya, four U.S. service members arrived on the ground in Tripoli over the weekend."
I have had argument after argument with people who are dead hung up on RP's positions on Israel.
their hang up is alwasy basically this:
If Israel was under threat of nuclear annihilation from Iran, or any other country or combination of countries....that RP would not take the call and would let the chips fall where they may.
they cite mainly the Megan Kelly interview on Fox a few months ago.
and this is one of their main reasons for not supporting Paul based on their understanding of his foreign policy in regards to israel.
"To wake the American people up" - Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, "Mastermind of 9/11 Attacks"