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I wish I was more computer literate

I wish I was computer literate enough to highlight the original link of Ron Paul's comments

But we need to back up a moment, Sunnis and Shiites have been fighting with each other for hundreds of years except when nasty dictators like Saddam and al-Assad force them to stop fighting.

The US thinks it's the US's job to overthrow dictators, then ends up adding US debt and lives to the carnage that follows.

However until now there was good news concerning the US in some other parts of the world where people managed to kill each other without US soldiers dieing in the process. India and Pakistan fought three wars over Kashmir and now Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, who thinks he is the real life Ramo, thinks the way out of Afghanistan is to form a strong alliance with India and try to get Russia to join an anti-Islam alliance around the world. Somehow thinking Russia can again fight in Afghanistan but with India fighting along side. And I guess the US just providing funds not troops.

When McCain sang “Bomb, Bomb bomb Iran” the peace and libertarian movements cringed with worry.

However today, many yawn when Rohrabacher calls Pakistan the enemy, urges help to a rebellious province that wants independence from Pakistan, wants the US to encourage Indian nukes, condemns Afghan President Karzai, while demanding the right to visit that country. Rohrabacher's hate is widely reported in both India and Pakistan and over there they see a connecting between Rohrabacher's speech demanding an alliance against Pakistan followed quickly by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta going to India to work for more military cooperation.

Ron Paul your comments on Syria inspire me, criticizing Rohrabacher might not only inspire but make Romney chose whether or not he will criticize a top supporter, the way Obama had to decide whether he would distance himself from Rev. Wright,

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