Comment: Two thoughts

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Two thoughts

1) When getting asked the stupid question of "Oh my gosh, what are we gonna do if _____ gets nuclear weapons?," RP should really attack the stupidity of the question.

I take that back. He DID do this. Russia and China and N. Korea all have nukes.

He might say that, WE GAVE them the technology!!!!!!!

2) Here's my real suggestion for the campaign: RP keeps saying that "it makes no sense" to have our existing aggressive, imperialistic, offensive foreign policy where we are the policeman or the world and where we go around changing one dictator for another.

Why doesn't he start educating the people as to whom it DOES make sense for?

RP knows that the banks run our government. He is reluctant to call out this fact, however, he HAS multiple times used the synonym "military-industrial complex".

Why doesn't he say something like, "It makes no sense to the average American why we want to be the world's policeman. The avg American doesn't want perpetual war, to be losing Americans lives, or killing millions overseas, or to be going into trillions of dollars of debt. But! This foreign policy is not insane to the military-industrial complex. To the banks and companies that make billions of dollars, our foreign policy makes complete sense. So this election is about war or peace.

I ask you, fellow Americans, do you want more of the same, continued wars, more death, more debt, more taxes, a lower standard of living, OR do you want to try a different approach constrained by our Constitution, which would mean to bring our troops home, have less debt, have more money to spend here at home than on foreign nations. Are you for peace or perpetual war? If you want war and debt and to live in a police state here at home where you are assumed to be a terrorist until proven innocent, then vote for the other status quo candidates. If you want peace, and freedom from government regulation and government interference, the vote for me. I want to restore America to its greatness.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford