Comment: Dr. Paul chose to explain the difficult things by . . .

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Dr. Paul chose to explain the difficult things by . . .

using terms like 'blowback' and 'shadow governments'--

He would have been instantly discredited if he had ever mentioned 9/11--

as a matter of fact, he assiduously avoided the topic, but when he did mention 9/11, he always mentioned 'blowback'--

he mentioned the CIA's actions in Iran in 1953 a number of times.

Dr. Paul was intelligent and astute enough (being wise as a serpent, harmless as a dove) to know that he would kill his chances of having any influence if he 'joined' the 9/11 'truthers'--

but probably most of the people who followed him questioned the official version of 9/11.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--