This is the ACTUAL quotes from Wolfowitz on BLOWBACK and 9/11/.
"[W]e can now remove almost all of our forces from Saudi Arabia. Their presence there over the last 12 years has been a source of enormous difficulty for a friendly government. It's been a huge recruiting device for al Qaeda. In fact if you look at bin Laden, one of his principle grievances was the presence of so-called crusader forces on the holy land, Mecca and Medina. I think just lifting that burden from the Saudis is itself going to open the door to other positive things."
The report further concluded the folloiwng:
Question: Was that one of the arguments that was raised early on by you and others that ... the relationship between Saudi Arabia, our troops being there, and Bin Laden's rage about that, which he's built on so many years, also CONNECTS the World Trade Center attacks, that there's a logic of MOTIVE or something like that? Or does that read too much into."
Wolfowitz: "No, I think it happens to be CORRECT. The truth is that for reasons that have a lot to do with the U.S. government bureaucracy we settled on the one issue that everyone could agree on which was weapons of mass destruction as the core reason."
Paul Wolfowitz, 2003
Full interview from the US Department of Defense website:
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Paul leads in Iowa
December 18, 2011
Newt Gingrich's campaign is rapidly imploding, and Ron Paul has now taken the lead in Iowa. He's at 23% to 20% for Mitt Romney, 14% for Gingrich, 10% each for Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Perry, 4% for Jon Huntsman, and 2% for Gary Johnson.
Ron Paul has jumped 10 points since November 2011.
Media pundits and status quo will now add New Hampshire as a state that won't matter if Paul wins...LOL
Front page of Drudge right now, right under photo of Ron Paul pulling the trigger.
Enjoy! I did.
Joe Rogan was the next guest, who had a few words to add:
Ask any conservative about Ron Paul and you will usually hear the following statement: "I love him on fiscal policy but his foreign policy is naive and dangerous." You can also throw in the obligatory "He hates Israel." If someone had asked me about Paul from 9/12/01 through October of 2011, I'd have said the exact same things.
Hi guys, I know you all like to hear these stories so here's what I heard from a friend for the first time.
He walked up to me at a house party as soon as he saw me. He says, "Are you voting for Ron Paul?" I respond, "I sure am I'll be voting for him in the caucus in February." (Minnesota) He says "Right on, I saw him on Leno, he was awesome, I'll be voting for him."
What makes this story even better was that during the Veterans Day moneybomb, I posted my donation amount on Facebook of $60. He was the first person to respond and comment that politics is a waste and I should have spent the money on Call of Duty 3, the video game that had just been released. I responded to the effect that I would rather donate all the money I made in an entire year in the name of liberty before I spend 1 cent on that garbage game. (I'm forBattlefield 3 anyway.) Naturally, I doubled my donation after that. My friend's only other comment was that I upset him because I always say something he can't counter.
In less than a months time that's quite the turnaround I must say.
Surging Ron Paul cuts into Newt Gingrich’s dream of winning Iowa caucus
Texas Liberetarian trails by one percentage point in poll
BY Jonathan Lemire - Saturday, December 17 2011, 7:01 PM
He is soaring in the polls. He is giving speeches to packed halls. He is worshiped like a rock star by adoring fans who scream his name.
He is eccentric 76-year-old congressman Ron Paul — and he may be Newt Gingrich’s worst nightmare.
"The appearance came at a time when Congressman Paul is under serious coordinated attack from Conservative Establishment talking heads on talk radio and other mediums because of his non-interventionist foreign policy beliefs."
"Ron Paul's Tonight Show appearance may become a turning point in the 2012 campaign. No other candidate in the Republican field is generating anywhere near the populist energy and excitement that Congressman Paul is getting. The passion for Paul is reminiscent of the excitement then candidate Barack Obama was able to generate in 2008. These next several weeks are going to be very interesting."
Those are two of many positive quotes about Ron Paul in this great article!
Someone in my area was busy the last couple days. There are "Ron Paul" signs all over town all of the sudden. I know, it is probably one of those Paulbots. It seems there is this lone, crazed, but very computer savvy supporter of Ron Paul who skews every online poll the hardworking media attempt to take. It was a frightening phenomenon when it was contained to the internet, but the Paulbot made the leap into cell phone software, and soon TV polls were being skewed, too. I mean, it is almost like you cannot trust the media polling any more, that darn Paulbot makes it look like Ron Paul is a serious contender, and ANY good media outlet will assure you that is not the case. I mean, who do YOU trust? That blonde with the legs and cleavage or a lone nutter with crazy techno-Fu?
But folks, the thing has gone 3-D now, and IT WALKS THE STREETS IN MY TOWN. It posted signs EVERYWHERE! It must move at lightning speed, or perhaps it is self-replicating! The mind reels at the possibilities - we could have a serious AI invasion on our hands, and no one even seems to notice. Even Alex Jones has not issued the warning.
You all know I'm am not religious, but I hope you praying types will do all you can to protect us as this story unfolds. I've done what I could. You all have been warned - keep an eye out for rogue software on a street corner near you.