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Paul Foreign Policy Gaining Traction

December 14, 2011 by  

Paul Foreign Policy Gaining Traction

Ron Paul released a statement on his website Tuesday that says he supports the pre-9/11 foreign policy views of President George W. Bush.

“I think one way for us to end up being viewed as the ugly American is for us to go around the world saying ‘we do it this way, so should you,’” Bush said during an October 2000 debate.

The then-Presidential candidate went on to say that the United States should avoid an arrogant approach to foreign policy and seek to be a “humble nation” that does not engage in “nation-building.”

Paul’s campaign contends that his foreign policy is basically what Americans voted for in 2000.

International Business Times, in a recent editorial, says that despite reports that Paul’s view on foreign policy is a detriment to his campaign, it is actually one of his strongest points. The article opines that Americans soon will realize the dire economic consequences of the U.S. perpetual war policy and Paul may have the only plan to avoid disaster. The author contends that a continuance of current foreign policy may result in the United States suffering a Soviet-style collapse and possible encroachment by China.

Another real indication that Paul’s foreign policy views are the most logical, says the article, can be traced to campaign contributions:

If nothing else, consider the fact that Paul has raised more money than of any other 2012 presidential candidates from members of the military. In fact, while contributions from members of the military topped Paul’s campaign, contributions from individuals associated with Goldman Sachs topped Mitt Romney’s campaign. Military members, after all, know firsthand a thing or two about U.S. foreign policy.

Sam Rolley

Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers.

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  • s c

    I don’t what took so long, but perhaps this will make Paul’s pooh-poohers shut up for a while. For those whose main concern is in ridding America of The Anointed #*_+, this should suffice.
    For those who don’t care about enslaving their children so they can massage or stroke their own ego(s), there’s nothing anyone can say about any particular candidate to satisfy you ^*#-+.
    And for those who think Trump might be America’s closet savior, move to another country. People who split votes to get a niche in a history textbook should be run out of the country – and an incurable pox on all of their followers.

    • Dan

      You don’t help the cause by sounding like a communist. If we don’t agree we should shut up or be run out of the country. No dissenting opinion allowed or tolerated.

      • eddie47d

        SC is so busy being foolish in her grandstanding that her message becomes convolted and very un-American.

        • http://www.motorcarsfinancial.com Brad

          Sam quoted earlier “Ron Paul released a statement on his website Tuesday that says he supports the pre-9/11 foreign policy views of President George W. Bush.

          “I think one way for us to end up being viewed as the ugly American is for us to go around the world saying ‘we do it this way, so should you,’” Bush said during an October 2000 debate.

          And this may be very true, but when 911 happened Bush’s perspective may have changed just a bit, don’t you agree?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1207123702 marty

            Bush had Cheney

          • Vigilant

            The trouble is, Bush ended up being the greatest nation builder of all time. And this after taking Clinton to task for doing the same thing!

          • Joe H.

            AND ABUMMER HAS CARRIED THE TRADITION ON AND ON AND ON!!!! THREE MORE WARS!!!

  • G. David Ballentine

    Dr.Paul makes a number of excellent arguments. Unfortunately, he has two major things against him – not the least of which is his age. He is simply “un-electable” against Obama. It would be lovely if we could pluck the best of Romney, the best of Gingrich, and the best of Paul and clone them into the “perfect candidate”. I am left with the advice of the sages of election success: “You don’t want to back the most Conservative candidate in the election, you want to put your marbles all on the Conservative candidate who stands the greatest chance of winning. Right now, unfortunately, it still looks like Romney. Gingrich may be temporarily ahead but he cannot buck opposition from within his own party. If the Republicans don’t have a candidate that they can all coalesce about, then all is lost. Unfortunately what Republican candidates don’t seem to grasp is that every barb they toss at each other becomes fodder for the Democ Rats to use in their opposing TV Ads.

    • http://www.boblivingstonletter.com/ Bob Livingston

      Dear G. David Ballentine,

      Quit parroting what the corporate media tell you. Paul polls best against Obama than any of the other Republicans, drawing more independents and many democrats. http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/12/04/new-iowa-poll-has-ron-paul-best-able-to-defeat-obama/

      Best wishes,
      Bob

      • steve in AZ

        Thank you for putting another parrot in his place, “DOCTOR Livingston, I presume”! :)

        DONATE NOW so we can VOTE RON PAUL 2012!!!

      • Charlotte

        Bob, Right On! I’m sick of the naysayers who condescendingly say Ron Paul can’t win. YES HE CAN!!! Don’t listen to the propaganda. When your turn tovote comes be sure to vote for Ron Paul!

        You should have “Like” and “Not Like” buttons on here.

    • Lost in Paradise

      YOu and people like you are what is wrong with America. Paul is electable if you negative asswhipes would vote for him. THere is and never will be a perfect candidate, but Paul is as close as we have come so far to perfect. WE all need YOUR HELP, to get this man elected, so we have a chance to save this great country. Incidently I see nothing good about Romney or Gingrich, as they are both more of the same status quo.

    • Eric

      This clown is probably a Packer fan, because they won the super bowl last year. Get off the band-wagons and vote with what’s in your head, not what’s on your head (eyes and ears for the simpletons and liberals reading this) . Who represents what YOU want out of a President? Don’t vote for who “might” poll better against a socialist dictator. That is how we got here in the first place, and why so many are upset with the socialist policies that have followed for over fifty years. Vote for the smaller government candidate if that is what you want = RON PAUL…….vote for fiscal responsibility if that is what you want = RON PAUL….vote for the candidate that will adhere to the constitution (even if his personal idea’s are out of alignment with yours – because he is less likely to shove those idea’s down your throat without congressional approval, which is also part of your voice if you vote correctly – with your head not your eyes and ears) = RON PAUL. Quit whinning after the election because you voted for the candidate that the pied piper told you “polled” better than the results you desired. GET OFF THE BANDWAGONS and blaze a new trail, like our forefathers did!!

      • APN

        Well put and that is what I always do. So when I vote for Newt, you should be pleased that I voted my mind based on the facts, as I see them.

        • Bob from SoCal

          Newt’s actions, show him to be a globalist. And I for one do not want to kiss the boots of the U.N Czars. He says he has changed, but don’t they all say that when need be.

        • Joe H.

          APN,
          Salamander Man is for amnesty. He is for nation building. he is in favor of attacking Iran if they don’t do what we tell them to do. Now according to what you have posted here in the past, you are AGAINST all those things. ron Paul is in favor of closing the border except at proper entrance points. He is against nation building. he is against interfering in other countries business. He is also for cutting the budget right down to cutting his pay by 1/3! He is for going back to the gold standard, and auditing the FED. now newt the salamander is against all of these ideas so how could you vote and EDUCATED vote for Salamander Man???

          • APN

            I don’t agree with your assessment of Newt, plain and simple. I’ve been following Newt for decades, so I know all about the “Issues”. Some are legit and most are not. Most of it is political JUNK that amounts to nothing more than a hill of political beans.

            I’m not sure how old you are but I have been around long enough to know that people change, some in a good direction and some not so good. I know that my grandchildren have made me think differently about things and specifically THEIR future. So I can relate to Newt’s comments about his life and how he has changed.

            I think Newt is capable of getting Washington back in line with the WILL OF THE PEOPLE. After that, the sky is the limit. In other words, we are about a million miles away from RP’s agenda to get us back to a PURE constitutional form of government. We didn’t get here overnight nor will we fix a 100+ years of progressive stupidity with one single President. This task is well beyond any one single man/woman on this planet.

            Given Newt’s ability to communicate the CURRENT issues and what he has proposed to do to get this Nation moving again, economically, he has the best chance of beating Obama, my opinion of course.

            This is my current standing on the candidates and I have not closed the door on RP, RS or MB. I want to continue to see Dr. Paul in action and see how well he handles the PRESSURE of the debates. Tonight will be a great opportunity for RP to move forward with those potential supporters like me.

            In closing, the last debate was a plus for RP in my mind however Newt handled a VAST array of attacks from all sides and handled it like the elderly statesman he is. I would very much like to see the same level of heat come at RP just to see how he handles it. If anyone on this blog doesn’t think Obama can debate the issues, well, you better go back and review 2008.

          • Joe H.

            APN,
            I am 61 years old next week. I was around when Newt went down in shame, and I will be around, God willing, when he goes down again to Ron Paul. He is NOT a statesman, he is a politician. There is a major difference! Ron Paul IS a statesman, he tells you the truth and follows through!! This is proven again and again by his voting record. He has followed the constitution on EVERY vote he has made! Can Newt say that? I don’t think so!!

          • APN

            Joeh, I agree with you, however, saying the same thing over and over and over again for 30 years doesn’t necessarily mean that person is capable of leading the country. That just means he’s honest.

            Can he provide effective leadership as President or will he just ware out his Veto pad thus throwing the country into chaos? You think things are bad now, just wait to about middle of summer 2012. It is going to get real interesting, UGLY in fact! Don’t underestimate these left-wing progressive commies currently in power.

            Can RP handle civil unrest in our country? To be quite frank with you, I’m not sure he can. He is too nice and appears to be naive about the intentions of BAD people and his stand on Iran is evidence of that fact.

            Whoever the next President is, better be a MEAN HARD nosed SOB, and that is just the cold hard facts. Given that, I don’t see RP fitting that description. Not yet, anyway.

          • APN

            JoeH,

            I’m sure you watching the debates tonight as I am. It’s about 10:35, commercial break, and I had to let you know my thoughts.

            CONFIRMED……RP is not Presidential. This guy cannot debate and cannot win….period.

            Newt, however, can, and will win in November, 2012.

            He will also be the best President we have had in decades.

    • http://google rose

      Ron Paul’s age matters not to me. And he is very electable. Yes oparrot quit repeating what main stream media has pumped into your brain. And think for yourself. I think Ron Paul’s stance on foriegn policy is right on. And concerning Israel, he is correct. We need to back off and let them take care of their own business. Right now Israel enenies are funded by more U.S. tas dollars than Isreal. So by backing off from funding foriegn nations, we are actually being more supportive of Israel. He is actually more supportive of Israel than any other “conservative” candidate. (keyboard messed up no way to correct spelling)

      • genecorpus

        amen

    • pj

      Yeah, they told that to Regan as well. Guess they aren’t as smart as they tell you they are.

    • TML

      “Unfortunately, he has two major things against him – not the least of which is his age. He is simply “un-electable” against Obama.”

      Age? Seriously? Woudn’t that make him the most experienced and qualified, being at his age in politics and having such a solid voting record?

      “You don’t want to back the most Conservative candidate in the election, you want to put your marbles all on the Conservative candidate who stands the greatest chance of winning”

      I believe that has got to be the most flawed circular logic I’ve ever heard

      And um… I seem to have missed the second major thing against him.

      • Bob from SoCal

        I have heard Dr. Paul in many recent interviews. He still sounds logical in his policies, and the most knowledgeable of all the candidates, when it comes to fixing this country. He is still sharp as a tac.

    • http://www.realcolorwheel.com/ Don Jusko

      I like to stick to the issues. Bring the troops home, protect our borders, stop these unconstitutional wars. Audit the Fed, they are the cause of bankruptcy, spending money that we don’t have, printing it out of thin air, devaluing our money supply. End this arbitrary fiat money and base it on tangible principles. Balance the budget.
      Obama is increasing our federal debt by $49,000 every second he has been President. Obama wants the U.N. controlling our voting and a one world government. No to any One World Order, we must keep our sovereignty. Follow the Constitution, there is not one other presidential candidate that has all these issue principles, not one. Vote Ron Paul in 2012.

      Here is my Trusted List so far.
      Ron Paul
,
      Allen West,
      Senator Jim DeMint, 

      Senator Rand Paul,

      Senator Mike Lee, 

      Sarah Palin,

      Michelle Bachmann (she won’t audit the Fed yet),

      Todd Jones,
      Pat Toomey,
      
Darrell Issa,
      As Senator Mike Lee said, “We need Ted Cruz in the Senate
      Marco Rubio

      • APN

        Excellent list, especially Senator DeMint. It is a shame that he did not throw his hat into the ring. He would make an EXCELLENT President.

      • Joe H.

        Don J.,
        I only disagree with one. Michelle has voted for the extension and strengthening of certain parts of the unpatriot act. I would NEVER vote for someone that supports that trash on paper!!

    • http://yahoo Linda

      And WHY is he unelectable? Until now, I didn’t know exactly how he stood on foreign policy, and when he said Iran may as well have a nuclear bomb, that scared me! But the more I learn, the more I like him.I’ve always liked that he believes in following the Constitution. What other candidates do?
      Whoever we elect, we’d better be damned sure to pick the right one. I think this is our last chance to get America back.

    • http://alliedpandm.com Tim

      How do you know Dr. Paul can’t win if we don’t nominate him? We compromised on our values and nominated the “centrist” that we thought had the best chances to attract the independents and beat Obama in 2008. How’d that turn out for us? The Democrats keep moving further and further to the left(Communism)over the years and we have responded by moving in the same direction so as to appease the moderates. No one is any better off or any more enthusiastic about the direction this country is headed.

      Let us stand by our convictions, WIN OR LOSE, and nominate the candidate who believes in and unashamedly endorses not only printed word but the SPIRIT of our founding documents. If the plurality of average voters do not flock to us then we are all doomed either way.

  • Sirian

    Ron Paul is very Constitutional – without question, but the only odd point, in a way, is his stance on foreign policies. No, I’m not saying we should be all over the world directing other nations as to how they should be. Leave that to them. But we simply can’t sit back and let the radical idiots in the Mid-East move further and further along with a total Caliphate as their final objective. We were up against the same clear back in Jeffersons administration – check history. I have no problem with pulling our troops out of almost every base world wide. South Korea, Japan, Germany, England, so on and so on. We truly have no need to be there. The majority of the places we have a presence is in actuality no longer necessary. But again, you can’t simply have a chat with the freaks that are in power in Iran, Syria, Libya, Egypt etc. etc. etc. and expect they will agree, stop funding other proxies such as Hezbollah, Hamas and who knows how many other factions – Al Queda included. How in the world R.P. may think that we could get along with the Muslim Brotherhood is very perplexing to me. Probably not, but from his stance on foreign policy it wouldn’t surprise me. He is a good man – I have no doubt – but I’m simply reluctant of him being the best pick for our next President. Let primaries run and we’ll see how things develop – especially if Obummer stays at an advantage – LORD, I HOPE NOT!!

    • Lost in Paradise

      Obama will have the advantage, if you and others like you do not help us vote in Ron Paul. You said it yourself when you said nothing works in the middle east, and you are correct. Ron Paul will not let them harm us in any way, and will learn if he has not already, that negotiating with the middle east is futile at best. Please let him have a chance at it. It really cannot get much worse.

      • Sirian

        L in P, I’m not against RP, I’m simply unsure if where he stands on foreign policy. What I’ve heard him say in debates makes it questionable, that’s all. But one thing is absolutely for sure – I’d much rather have him than put up with the Progressive/Socialist/Marxist we presently have in the Oval Office – ANY DAY!!!

        • http://www.boblivingstonletter.com/ Bob Livingston

          Dear Sirian,

          There’s an easy way to find out how Paul feels on the issues. Go here: http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/

          Best wishes,
          Bob

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1207123702 marty

          make sure you know what your own foreign policy is, and ask yourself, as an America, do you want this country to be the policeman of the world? Do you want us giving money away to every country while we ourselves go down the drain? Do you believe that money should be sound and have value, or continuously require more of it, in order to buy less? Ask yoursef these type of questions and then do some research on Ron Paul.

        • MRMO

          WITH WHAT IS RUNNING RON PAUL IS THE BEST WAY TO GO FOR OUR COUNTRY.
          SORRY I SHOULD SAY THE ONLY WAY TO GO. NEWT HAS TALKED OUT THE SIDE OF HIS FACE TO OFTEN. PERRY AND ROMNEY ARE JUST THE SAME OLD THING..
          BRING OUR BOY’S + GIRLS HOME, BLOW UP THE BASES BEHIND THEM. LET THE MEDDLE EAST ALONE, THEY WILL KILL EACH OTHER WITH OUT HELP FROM U.S.A.
          RON PAUL 2012

          • Joe H.

            MRMO,
            A small correction. If they have served in the military, especially in combat they are no longer boys and girls. They are most definately MEN and WOMEN!!

        • Joe H.

          sirian,
          you want to know where he stands, check out his 30 year voting record. Never wavering, never backing up!! Always right with the constitution!!

      • APN

        How will he prevent planes from flying into buildings killing 3,000 innocent Americans or The Pentagon or the White House? I’m sure he will get rid of the Patriot Act ASAP, so, as you said, just how will he prevent those idiots in the middle east from attacking us?

        Just curious?

        Just sticking your head in the sand and minding your own business will not stop Iran from attacking us, and given enough time, they will in fact acquire a nuclear weapon and strike a VERY heavy blow to our Homeland.

        In case you don’t understand the destructive power of a simple 1 megaton nuclear warhead, I would suggest you do a little research before you buy into this RP idea of “Who cares if Iran gets a Nuke”.

        Iran has an idiot at the helm that has stated numerous times that he intends to destroy both Israel and the USA. Logic would dictate that given the relationships with China and the former USSR, they will in fact get their hands on a Nuke and WILL USE IT.

        So, once again, given this isolationist mindset, just how will RP prevent Iran from striking us when they acquire a Nuke? Mutually assured destruction (MAD) does not work with radical Islamists who believe that once they make their ultimate sacrifice in killing as many “Infidels” (YOU AND ME), as possible, then heaven awaits them with a concubine of 70 virgins.

        You might better rethink this a bit.

        • Joe H.

          APN,
          Perhaps you should rethink, as well. you support attacking Iran if they get a nuke? Better back up if you do. Russia and hina, both have stated catagorically that they are watching over Iran and an attack against Iran by the US is an attack against THEM!! Now, like I said before, if Iran gets nuke capability, they MAYBE launce two nukes which we have more than enough defenses to knock themout of the sky at a moments notice. If we convince Russia or China to launch, it will be with about a HUNDRED nukes and even with all those bases around the world, there will be a VERYGOOD CHANCE that some of them get through!!! I don’t know about YOU, but I would rather face the wrath of Iran than Russia and China ANY day!! Look back to JFK. When he backed down the USSR on the cuban missiles what part did all those foreign bases play?? Really, NOT A DAMN BIT!!

          • APN

            Joeh,

            I don’t need to rethink my concept and understanding of radical Islamists, and that is the difference. This idiot in Iran has made it VERY clear as to his intentions to destroy both the USA and Israel. Mutually assured destruction(MAD) has no meaning to these radicals.

            In fact, they welcome it. You also over estimate our missile defense capabilities. In fact, you have no idea how that nuclear bomb would be delivered given the simple fact that we cannot or WILL NOT even control our own southern borders. Have you ever studied the destructive power of a simple 1 megaton nuke? If so, would any part of the city of NY be functional at all after the blast?

            RP has some good ideas but he is simply naive when it comes to the intentions of bad people. Especially those of the Islamic cult.

          • APN

            JOeH, Also, I am the least bit concerned about China or The USSR. They will do NOTHING when we take out Iran’s Nuclear ambitions. A preemptive strike is what is needed, not a POST event strike.

    • Moosedrool

      Hey Sirian,
      So you are saying that what we have been doing is working? Yeah, right. Egypt is going well, so is Libya. Iran just keeps waving it’s middle finger at us and essentially saying “molon labe” to us.
      We have no obligation to “protect” any country, even Israel. The true Jews and the new Israel are the believers in Christ and not ethnic Israel. In the end, God will take care of it all because he is in control.

      • Sirian

        Moosedrool, NO, that is not what I was saying. It’s simply a matter of what RP’s stance is in relation to foreign policies, specifically, the Mid-East. If he may have changed that stance or has decided that it would be fruitless to simply attempt to talk with them then I’d stand by him. I’m presently unsure as to what his true convictions are in relation to that.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1207123702 marty

          is your position simply that we should not talk to them? There is only one world, and you have to talk to everyone, without war or guns, even your enemies. As the old saying goes, keep your enemies close.

    • steve in AZ

      Thank you,Sirian, for at least positing a valid concern based on your perceptions of reality. There is, however, one or more accepted premises implied by your conclusion that you may wish to haul out, inspect and reconsider.

      Anytime a conclusion based on logic results in a contradiction with reality, it’s time to check your premises for validity and veracity.

      Just as a clue as to what the major invalid premise in your syllogism may be, consider that even if it does fall somehow to the USA to intervene in any region to “fight evil” (which I for one do not accept), how will a nation on the verge of bankruptcy pay for the effort to “make the world safe for democracy”?

      Additionally, just how “perfect” does a candidate have to be to garner your vote? The only perfect man in history walked on water.I don’t see his replacement anywhere in our field of choices. Even with a jihadist dedication to destruction of our country unparalleled in our history,(no,he is NOT inept or inexperienced in his purpose) Obama and the spineless hogs in Congress aided by the Supreme Court have not yet been able to bring us completely to our knees.

      Why not give Liberty and Prosperity a chance? Whenever left to their own devices,the religious zealots in the mid-east have spent the majority of their efforts in fighting each other. It may be a shame, but I see no reason for our involvement in their squabbles. (And I feel as little sympathy for the state of Israel, who chose to build their island-nation in a sea of enemies as I do for those “victims” of Katrina who chose to build their homes on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico at six feet below sea level.)

      If you are waiting for your perfect candidate to appear before jumping on the liberty train, I hope you brought a sack lunch. A big one.

      DONATE NOW so we can VOTE RON PAUL 2012!!!

      • Sirian

        steve in AZ, even though I may sound as if I’m against RP, well, sorry – I’ve already sent $100 to his campaign. He, Bachman & Santorum are about the only good Constitutional candidates we have available and needless to say all three will be pounced on by not only the MSM but the GOP establishment too. I’m simply unsure of RP’s total stance on foreign policy view in relation to Iran and the rest of the radicals in the Mid-East.

        • Charlotte

          So tell me, what are Bachman’s and Santorum’s foreign policy and is it constitutional to send our troops out as policeman of the world?

        • Joe H.

          Sirian,
          Remember if you would, that Bachman voted to extend certain parts of the un-patriot bill!! This IS the same bill that makes it legal for them to arrest you if, faced with being felt up or xrayed, you change your mind in line and decide not to fly!!! It has already happened!!

        • steve in AZ

          Understood,sir. We don’t know what we don’t know. That’s why I suggested researching some of the implied premises obvious in your concerns. I hope I didn’t come across as bashing your ideas. Was just trying to help.

          Have you visited http://www.ronpaul2012.com ? You can select one issue at a time to view Dr. Paul’s stance on all the more important ones.

          The last comment in my earlier post about donating now – is simply my attempt at a signature line. If you see my other posts here, you will see that if the subject has anything to do with the upcoming primaries, I sign off that way most times – merely as a reminder that a few dollars now will help Dr. Paul much more than a considerably greater donation later – if he doesn’t get the nomination, we probably will only get to write him in, which I strongly feel would be a lot of votes wasted. It wasn’t directed at you,sir.

          I’m enheartened by your contribution, nonetheless. Such an idea would never occur to me – donating to several worthy candidates rather than just one.(Mainly because I’m a tightwad!! lol) Yet, your donations to several candidates is indicative of one of the things I love most about the USA – to wit, the variety of thought and actions amongst people of similar minds. Good luck to you in making this very important decision,sir!!

          There’s a much better selection this time than last, I would agree. Dr. Paul has the greatest record of consistency, and his principles are based on the Constitution. I feel those other candidates come up way short in an objective comparison with RP.

      • genecorpus

        ISREAEL did not chose to live in a desert…it was given to them by god……who by the way are surrounded by a bunch of jealous coveters who want it for themselves so that they can practice thier devil worship and defile it…..you need to go back and read your bible history…..

        • Joe H.

          genecorpus,
          Let’s not forget that the Palistinians who are raising the most hell with them, wanting it to establish a homeland were nomadic tribesmen till Isreal occupied the land and HAD NO PLANS FOR A HOMELAD TILL THEN!!!

        • beacon

          ISREAL,S days are numbered.

          I would advise them to move to the USA.

          A refuge, from the powers that be.

          ISREAL, shall fail.

          • Joe H.

            Beacon
            don’t bet the farm on that just yet. quite a few of their neighbors have tried to put them down and failed. they are a very determined foe, and very well trained. they are fighting for their very exhistance!!! I admire their tenacity!! While I don’t think the US should spend tax money to support them, it is the right of every American citizen to donate funds to them in their fight against the muslim thugs around them!! I undoubtedly will!!

          • APN

            T Beacon……HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAHAHAHA!

            Obviously you have never read the Bible or do not believe in GOD.

            Which one is it?

        • steve in AZ

          I would certainly be among those considering the bible a book of wisdom and a great degree of truth, Genecorpus, and don’t pretend to be a theologian, nor am I able to quote chapter and verse, with few exceptions.

          There are, however, more recent records of history that are also accepted as true. Here’s one that is pretty well undisputed in modern history, as the event had not occured prior to the creation of the bible.

          “On Friday May 14, 1948 (the day in which the British Mandate over Palestine expired) the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel was signed by members of the National Council gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum, representing the Jewish community in the country and the Zionist movement abroad. It went into effect at midnight, Tel Aviv time.”

          I view the above facts as “choosing” to create a state amidst a sea of unfriendly nations. Which portion of the bible specifically negates my conclusion that the modern state of Israel came into being as related above?

          • Joe H.

            steve in AZ,
            They only “chose” to reclaim that which was theirs over a thousand years earlier. the land was promised to them by GOD!

    • Connor

      Dr. Paul wants to have diplomatic relations, that isn’t so bad if you ask me. In libya we managed to stop them from trying to obtain WMD’s through diplomacy, and in Iraq we had their Chemical weapons dismantled. If President Paul thought that we were in real, serious danger, he would request a Decleration of War so that he could call to service the US military, after that he would dictate just how much force would be necessary to combat the adversary. If the US is under imminent threat, President Paul would not need a Decleration of War, and we would have every single soldier here, manning every tank, jet, battleship, submarine, and weapon we have. We need not worry about his foreign policy, it is practically perfect for defense.

    • Christopher Hitch

      If you look back at history, We’ve been in the middle east since the 50′s digging for oil and overthrowing democratic states like Iran and turning them into dictatorships. We can’t afford it anymore. We don’t have the manufacturing capabilities anymore to stand alone as a superpower.

    • TML

      “But we simply can’t sit back and let the radical idiots in the Mid-East move further and further along with a total Caliphate as their final objective.”

      Do you assume to know the collective objective of Islam? If that’s true, then no doubt we have the same radical idiots of Christianity pushing their agenda as well. So from your view it seems it becomes nothing more than a continuation of religious struggle that began with Crusades. That isn’t what America was about once.

      Let me share a quote from John Quincy Adams on what American foreign policy should be.

      “And now, friends and countrymen, if the wise and learned philosophers of the elder world, the first observers of nutation and aberration, the discoverers of maddening ether and invisible planets, the inventors of Congreve rockets and Shrapnel shells, should find their hearts disposed to enquire what has America done for the benefit of mankind? Let our answer be this: America, with the same voice which spoke herself into existence as a nation, proclaimed to mankind the inextinguishable rights of human nature, and the only lawful foundations of government. America, in the assembly of nations, since her admission among them, has invariably, though often fruitlessly, held forth to them the hand of honest friendship, of equal freedom, of generous reciprocity. She has uniformly spoken among them, though often to heedless and often to disdainful ears, the language of equal liberty, of equal justice, and of equal rights. She has, in the lapse of nearly half a century, without a single exception, respected the independence of other nations while asserting and maintaining her own. She has abstained from interference in the concerns of others, even when conflict has been for principles to which she clings, as to the last vital drop that visits the heart. She has seen that probably for centuries to come, all the contests of that Aceldama the European world, will be contests of inveterate power, and emerging right. Wherever the standard of freedom and Independence has been or shall be unfurled, there will her heart, her benedictions and her prayers be. But she goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own. She will commend the general cause by the countenance of her voice, and the benignant sympathy of her example. She well knows that by once enlisting under other banners than her own, were they even the banners of foreign independence, she would involve herself beyond the power of extrication, in all the wars of interest and intrigue, of individual avarice, envy, and ambition, which assume the colors and usurp the standard of freedom. The fundamental maxims of her policy would insensibly change from liberty to force…. She might become the dictatress of the world. She would be no longer the ruler of her own spirit…. America’s glory is not dominion, but liberty. Her march is the march of the mind. She has a spear and a shield: but the motto upon her shield is, Freedom, Independence, Peace. “ – John Quincy Adams 1821

    • http://alliedpandm.com Tim

      Dr. Paul is absolutely spot on with his foreign policy stance. I don’t feel, however, that he articulates his position thoroughly. Iran for example: suppose they acquire nukes? Certain rouge nations are waiting and scheming to sell them the technology. Does anyone doubt that it is just a matter of time before they get it. And, our current posturing only means that not ONLY do we need confront Iran, who has acquired the nukes, but we also must confront the nation that sold them the technology.(don’t forget who gave this technology to North Korea) When we, with hundreds of warheads at our disposal, square our shoulders at Iran and say “You can’t HAVE them”, it sets a president to all other nations that we don’t respect Iran’s sovereignty. So why should any of them respect OURS!

      I don’t believe Dr. Paul is comfortable with the idea of a nuclear Iran, but he is far more fearful of the long term effect on our nations sovereignty and the well being of our military families.

      If Iran eventually acquires nukes, then let them have them. But they won’t get them from U.S. or any of our allies. And if they are aggressive (nuclear or otherwise) towards U.S. or any of our allies, we go to congress, declare war, and wipe Tehran off of the map.

  • 4-just_us

    I agree with Ron Paul. Other countries are like our neighbors. How you treat your neighbors will tell a lot about how they will treat you. What would you expect from countries after we called them”axis of evil” or sneaking into country at night and assassinate someone and sneak out again or invade a country because we THOUGHT they had wmds but we had not one piece of evidence. Would we tolerate it–I don’t think so! The US is arrogant as hell!!!

    • Doug

      No evidence a good liberal spin. But there were WMD’S he used him on his own people. And you can be asured that plenty was taken across the borders since the politicians in Washington did not let our military do what the wanted to do and take in more troops to secure the borders. Something we can’t even do here!

      • Dale

        YES AND DONALD RUMSFELD GAVE THEM TO SODAMINSAIN

        • Joe H.

          Dale,
          While I agree tha t THE US had a hand in arming Saddam, show me one shred of proof that WE supplied them with chemical or biological weapons OR yellowcake uranium, which WAS found and sent to Canada!!! If you mean to make a point for or against the US, at least have the decency to tell the WHOLE truth!!!

    • Lost in Paradise

      Yes, arrogant from the local level all the way to D.C..

      • eddie47d

        Actually it was Ronald Reagan who poured military hardware into Iraq and made Saddam our ally. When it comes to chemical weapons that was mostly the French who sold that to Iraq. Both these countries/leaders helped to escalate the Middle East crises we have been experiencing.The biggest reason Iran doesn’t trust us can be traced back to those follies and poor judgement. I don’t believe Ron Paul would’ve gotten us involved in either scenario and would have been more cautious in whether Iraq had nuclear capabilities (which they didn’t).

    • APN

      4-just us….Then move!!!! I’m sure Iran would accept you as a “Citizen”.

  • Warrior

    But, but, but – If we get behind Ron Paul then what about all the bread and circuses we’re so use to?

    • steve in AZ

      LMAO! Good point, amigo. Perhaps those who yearn for them might find them in N. Korea? :)

  • Rick

    My opinion:

    1. Take out the trash in 2012
    2. Draft Christie
    3. Term limits.
    4. Constitutional amendment for balanced budget.

    • jimmy the greek

      Christie ? boy you must be smoking crack ! he was a DA they are the biggest liar’s in the world . he is anti gun . and a liberal and may even be jewish .

      • steve in AZ

        Ya. Or Greek? Doesn’t matter what ethnicity he is. Let’s hate him for it… ;)

        • jimmy the greek

          Thats right ! there are Greeks and people that wish they were Greeks !

          • Joe H.

            jimmy,
            the biggest problem with Christy is he supports Newt the salamander man!! That, in itself makes him a globalist!!!

          • http://deleted Claire

            JoeH– I agree with you again! I thought Christie had some common sense, I guess I should have known better. I took him off my list, along with Newt.

      • s c

        j, the geek, talk to any of this website’s in-house utopians for easy ways to act and talk like a two-legged mule muffin. Did you get up on the wrong side of the earth today? Haven’t had your morning hemlock yet?

    • ChristyK

      Although I like the way Christie has handled the unions, when you look at all of his stances, he is pretty liberal and definitely not a constitutionalist.

      Term limits won’t truly work if the electorate are uneducated/miseducated. Getting the electorate informed and caring about our country is the only solution. When we do get a true statesman (like Ron Paul), an informed electorate will want to keep him. As history has shown, every time we “vote the bums out”, we just get a new set of “bums” because the electorate doesn’t properly investigate the candidates.

      Although I definitely believe we should balance the budget in 1-2 years and keep it within budget, the Balanced Budget Amendment is not the panacea you think it is. No elected official wants to cut spending. The BBA will just cause Congress to raise taxes and kill our economy.

    • genecorpus

      christi if so full of himself……..I cant believe those who cant see through him………

  • http://www.personalliberty.com/news/paul-foreign-policy-gaining-traction/?eiid= William L Collins

    I have been a reg, dem,fore over fifty years but changed parts just so i could vote for RON PAUL in the primery to make sure that i could make sure that he would be the one that would start takeing our country back and stop paying for othere countrys wars and quit being the bank for the U.N. and there wars they start if all the united nations want to start wars let them pay for it and if they want the U.S.A. help they pay us not we pay them so i will vote for RON PAUL and should ever VET and all VET GROUPS vote for RON PAUL i fore one do not want my kids or grand kids ending up in any U.N. fema camps prisons we all just want our freedoms back and be able to travel any where we want too with out being felt up by the T.S.A. or detained by the so called home land sucreity we the people are the home land sucerity not the gestopale we have now the home land sucerity and the t.s.a we have know are nouthing but a force to take our freedom and rigts away from we the people

    • Lost in Paradise

      GOod post and I agree with you .

  • Ted Crawford

    I agree, wholeheartedly that a policy of perpetual war is economically and morally undefenceable! Along with that it’s also true that the ideaology of Nation Building has been, historically, unsatisfying!
    Yet even with these facts in mind I believe that to allow the Iranians to develope a nuclear weapon, without any real, substantive effort to prevent it, might just prove to be the worse mistake this country has ever made along foreign policy lines!
    In view of the current deal between Hugo Chavez and Ahmadinejad to establish a military base in Venezuela, this would not only mean the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the Middle East but also in South America!
    Last time the World faced a situation of similar proportions one of the appeasers that facilitated Hitlers agenda, Neville Chamberline was, thankfully, replaced by Winston Churchill. Here is what he stated “If you will not fight for the right when you can easilyin without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly, you may come to the moment when you have to fight when all the odds are against you and only a precarioushance for survival. There may be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves”!
    Douglas Adams seems to explain our apparent historcial blindness “Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experiences of others, are also remarkable for their aparent disinclination to do so”

    • eddie47d

      We should stay out of Iran’s internal affairs within it’s borders and that includes their nuclear capabilities if used to defend their nation. The prospect of them building a military base in Venezuela with missile capabilities is real and should be called out on for that has nothing to do with Iran’s defense.

      • APN

        Eddiedum….Have you always been this naive?

    • Joseph

      Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his visiting Venezuelan counterpart, Hugo Chavez, both denounced what they called U.S. “imperialism”!

      Ted, the purpose of an alliance between Iran and Venezuela is not to promote nuclear proliferation, but rather, to forge a considerable, and united power-structure for the purpose of eliminating, or keeping in check, Western dominance over global affairs. Wether they will be successful remains to be seen. Irrespective, it is high time that western imperialists were met with resistance, and hopefully repelled!

  • Lost in Paradise

    Ted, do you really think we can stop a sovereign nation from getting nukes????? Russia among others will, and I believe, have been helping.We as a country need to move away from being top cop,nation builder,democracy pusher. We need to be more friendly to all, and at the same time building the strongest and most sofisticated military the world has ever seen. That is the true mistake that was made before WW 2. WE did not build a strong military with advanced weapons. That alone may have prevented much of what happened.

    • jimmy the greek

      We should have sided with the Germans not England and today Europe would not be the liberal cesspool it is today , and the middle east would be peaceful today .

      • s c

        geeko, if I said that, I’d be called a fascist. Whatever you are, you haven’t washed off all of that septic tank slime yet. See about a mental bath and being tarred and feathered. FYI, what got Europe into trouble was a rogue ‘faith,’ not Hitler acting on his own.

      • Dale on the left coast

        Since the Germans in the 30′s were Far Left Socialist/Progressives . . . how would that help us today?
        All Socialist regemes are filing for Bankruptcy, Communist regemes have already mostly collapsed . . . fascism/communism had the same parents . . . Marx and Engels . . .

        • jimmy the greek

          That would be far right socialist/conservative ! The Russian’s were the socialist/progressives , the bolsheviks were mostly Khazar jews that’s who america sided with them and the slimey limey and this is what we ended up with free market capitalism and commusin are two sides of the same coin , what is needed is a new system or could be a system that was tried in the 30′s but not allowed to run its course . Look at Vietnam the big bad communist run the round eye off so now the place turned into a red paradise forty years up the road look how they mellowed out hell now the round eye level is welcome in country . The same thing would have happened with the National Socialist they would have melloed out in ten to twenty after they Europe on the right track and Europe and America would be better off today , So would the middle east .

          • jimmy the greek

            My Bad ! I should have looked before i hit the button, however you should be able to figure it out.

      • rb

        So apparently your good with “Adolf” Obama?

        • jimmy the greek

          (offensive comment removed)

  • jimmy the greek

    Ron Paul is right ! And the first country to be cut off is the one that is sucking the life out of America with the wars we are fighting for them . ISRAEL !

    • Dale on the left coast

      More nonsense from Jimmy . . . save your money, go buy a CLUE!!!

  • Dale

    Ladies and Gentilmen UNTILE WE GET RID OF THE ELECTRONIC BALLOTING AND ELECTRONIC VOTE COUNTING WE THE PEOPLE WILL NOT HAVE ANY SAY WHO OUR PRESIDENT OR REPRISENTIVES WILL BE GEORGE SOEOS WILL PUT IN WHO HE WANTS, IT IS BELIEVED THAT OBUMER WAS FRAUDULENTLY ELECTED, WHEN ONE STATE HAd 1600 MORE VOTERS THAN THEY had REGISTERED VOTERS AND EVEN PEOPLE THAT HAD BEEN DEAD FOR A LONG TIME CASTING BALLOTS.
    As for Ron Paul he is the absolute best candidate he is a strict Constitutionallist which we really need in office now. Some people down Dr. Paul on his age his only has one year on Ronald Ragan when he was elected and served 2 terms. If you want our country back WAKE UP and support Dr. Paul.

    • steve in AZ

      Dr. Paul just might be too old. But it sure hasn’t been proven. Look here! lol

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9NfOIsPFTM

      The man never fails to impress.

      DONATE NOW so we can VOTE RON PAUL 2012!!!

      • jimmy the greek

        Well we see eye to eye on one thing thats Ron Paul .

  • Virginia

    Well he do away with Agenda 21?

    • http://www.realcolorwheel.com/ Don Jusko

      Yes he will get rid of Agenda 21 and the other un-American bills the liberals have passed, including the governments ability to arrest our own citizens and put them into FEMA camps and the misnamed Patriot Act and the Dream Act. We are not the terrorists. We want a president that will follow the Constitution, Ron Paul is that man.

  • Robert Lebischak

    One big thing keeps me from liking him. He sounds like a Isolationist to me. I’m sorry, but in this world today we can not have that point of view, even if we don’t like it we must be involved in the world. We don’t need to go around with an attitude, but we need to be there. While he does have a few good ideas, he is not the one. I know his fans will put me down, but look at and actually listen to Newt before you make a decision, we need someone that we can elect to beat Obama and Newt is the one to me.

    • steve in AZ

      Yes. If he “sounds like an isolationist” to you, it’s obvious you have fulfilled your obligation to due diligence. Great job. :(

      DONATE NOW so we can VOTE RON PAUL 2012!!!

    • jimmy the greek

      yes and an isolationist is what America needs . I well vote for him even if he runs on a third party ticket if we can’t have Ron Paul than to hell with it we can keep what we got as a lesson . better obongo than a rino at least with obongo we know what he is .

      • JLC

        Jimmy — Better the devil that we know than the devil that we don’t? I do not agree — I prefer no devil at all! VÁMANOS RON PAUL!

        • http://www.realcolorwheel.com/ Don Jusko

          Take a hike JLC. Maybe to Mexico where they will arrest you for being illegal.

    • Sirian

      Robert L., I understand where you’re coming from but there is one fault in your train of thought. Newt is in all regards a Progressive. So, you want to trade out one Progressive for another with the only difference between the two being “R” & “D”? You may not be aware of it but the Progressives – Socialist/Communist – are basically the same. Progressives work it slowly while the Communists love revolutions. Get a copy of Skousen’s book “The Naked Communist”. You’ll get a much clearer view.

    • eddie47d

      Robert; Ron Paul believes in free trade and capitalism which means that we will not go into isolation. We would continue to use our expertise and trading abilities to our fullest extent. He will allow the markets to reflect our business dealings and not through military intervention. Those aggressions against other nations have cost us a bundle and tarnished our good image abroad. Ron Paul sees a better way of doing business and surviving in this world. He will keep us safe and prosperous and take the crony out of capitalism.

      • jimmy the greek

        Free Trade is the only thing i don’t like about Ron Paul , However i well still vote for him . We need to tax the hell out of all imports that come from low wage countries so what they bring in well cost more than if it was made in America things from countries that have wages like ours should have min tax on there imports

        • rb

          We shouldn’t tax imports however we should establish trade policies reflective of the countries we deal with. Each country should establish their own trade rules with the US based on their rules toward us. Any rule that applies to any US product or US based corporation in their country applies to their products and corporations in the US. If a US company can’t own a company in their country anyone/corporation from their country can not own one here. If they tax our exports to their country their exports to our country are equally taxed. The list could go on and on. This would encourage truly free trade. We are still the largest group of consumers on the planet.

          • jimmy the greek

            Imports should never be sold cheaper than the domestic if you want a import you should have to pay a premium for it that is the way to keep factory’s in this country an other way would be to make a law that if you move a factory out of country what ever they make should never be sold in America Fyi I drive a BMW And it is taxed to hell because it is made in Europe by them evil white devil’s .

    • Joe H.

      Robert,
      He believes in a strong NATIONAL defense. He still wants to associate with the other countriesas in ambassadors. He just thinks we don’t need all that realestate in other countries!!! Which, BTW, those countries would miss us very much as there are a great many civillian EMPLOYEES on those bases that WE pay for!!! As far as I can find, there are only two countries that pay ANYTHING for us to defend them, south Korea and One other, Japan, I believe. It is no where near what it costs us, though!!

  • DavidL

    The only candidate participating in this Republican circus who is not completely fact-challenged, not a hypocrite, and not a statist is Ron Paul. If conservatives and republicans have any integrity at all, and I know many have, they will vote for Ron Paul.

  • JimH

    All the poll takers want to think they have it all figured out before the first vote has even been cast. People see the polls and some will be influenced because they don’t want to waste their vote.
    Don’t let polls influence you. Get out and vote in the primaries and you influence the polls.
    20% of the people in my county voted in the 2010 primaries and we wonder why we get poor choices in the generals.
    Don’t let the pollster’s decide for us. Go vote for who YOU believe to be our best choice in the primaries.

  • C. R.

    Ron Paul is as good and great man and a great candidate but since he is so good and great, the yellow and non-journalistic media will fight him tooth and nail. We need good men and Mr. Paul ranks at the top. He loves America, sees the egregious mistakes by this prez and our Congress (for many years in the way Congress has operated) and see a threat to their blocking our freedom and liberty. Wake us, America, and get Paul upfront and on the top for president. He can then invite Palin, Bachman and maybe even Newt to participate in his cabinet. Together, this group would shake up Congress, the Supreme Court, and bring our country back to greatness and prosperity. We do NOT need to have bases all over the world when we could have armament that goes many, many thousands of miles, we do not need to give OUR hard-earned money to countries that hate us, we could rebuild our infrastructure, get back our rights, both personal and state, invite other countries to be true friends or back off and leave us alone. They take our money, they hate us and, frankly, when we travel, they laugh at us for this prez and his cabal. Stand up and be counted on to get Ron Paul elected in spite of the hype from media! I don’t care about any wrongdoings in his sex life or anything else, I care about someone who truly sees America as his home and wants it cleaned up and heading back on track!

    • Joe H.

      C. R.,
      Newt abandoned somebody he swore to love through sickness and health. if he broke his promise to sombody like THAT, then what would stop him from breaking his word to someone like US??? I don’t trust him. Had he divorced her before she got sick, or after she was cured, it would be different. but to abandon her practically on her sick bed, well, I don’t trust him!!

  • Ol504Troop

    Ron Paul for POTUS with Ross Perot as his running mate! I like both of their ideas, but MSM de-emphasizes them because they are both of small stature, have high voices, and are too smart for MSM to comprehend. It scares Liberals and the MSM when someone is so good that the only dirt that they can throw at them won’t stick, so they have to resort to ignoring them in the press.

    • Joe H.

      RON PAUL/ANDREW NAPOLITANO 2012!!! Andrew Napolitano was mentioned by Ron Paul as a possible running mate and I trust HIS judgement!!

  • http://explorer Scout

    The way to revive the economy is to PUT AMERICA FIRST. Keep our troops home, our money home and our jobs home. Sounds kinda selfish, but we have people starving and dying from lack of medication right here in the richest nation on earth. Our country is deminishing while we try to save the world. Our infastruture is in shambles. Our politicians spend fortunes to get elected and travel the globe at taxpayer expense. This has to stop.

  • Pepper

    Perhaps if we didn’t have a foreign policy that consists of kicking hornets’ nests, we might get stung a little less.

    Bring all the troops home and let them defend our whiny butts instead of spreading them thinner than butter on toast.

    • Joe H.

      Pepper,
      I DO like the way you talk in that first sentence!!! VERY TRUE!!

  • Buck

    My only objection to Ron Pauls foreign policy is his intention of abondoning Israel . That to me as a Christian is unnacceptable .

    • Pepper

      So you prefer a foreign policy where we give bribes to Israeli government officials and dictate what they are allowed to do, and we also do the same for Israel’s enemies but with more money?

      Ron Paul supports Israel’s rights as a sovereign nation to decide their own path. Last time I checked, Israel is not one of our 57 states. We have no jurisdiction there.

    • Christopher Hitch

      Then create a radical christian army to defend Israel apart from the government. Don’t do it at the cost of american lives.

    • jimmy the greek

      I think all you fundamentalist christians are a little on the crazy side that is the reason you kiss the A$$ of israel . fyi- i am Eastern Orthodox the first christian church started by the apostle Paul In construable now called Istanbul. Go to youtube look up a video “Orthodox Army ” to see who we are .

    • Charlotte

      If you listened to RP you would know that he supports Israel. He does NOT support arming Israel’s enemies!
      Is it constitutional to give foreign aid to all those countries? Are you aware that we are currently subsidizing the wars against Israel by aiding Israel’s enemies? We are giving Israe’s ememies more than twice as much as we are giving to Israel. This needs to stop. Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate that wants to stop funding Israel’s enemies.
      Pray – From Ron Paul’s lips to God’s ears.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFZpL8F4FgU

      From Netanyahu in May, 2011
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVORRHn7rg8

    • Joe H.

      Buck,
      IF he abandons Isreal, he will be doing what THEY have said they want us to do!!! Isreal’s leaders have said they don’t want the US to interfere militarily as they KNOW even better than us what that could result in!! they have only asked that we not interfere if they decide to strike at Iran. considering it would be none of our business, that SHOULDN’T be too hard!!!

  • Anne T.

    I already agree with the Doctor’s foreign policies. I agree with his stand on the FED. I would like to see some elaboration on what he will do with specifically Social Security a it pertains to retirement. And then also specifically Social Security Disability, (I am disabled). And then specifically health insurance. I support a health system like that in Canada. It seems that the biggest crooks here in America are the Doctors themselves.
    Lastly, as far as the issue of Israel. I agree we should stop all foreign aide and especially “guaranteed” loans. I will vote for Dr. Paul.

    • Joe H.

      Anne T,
      Two questions. first, If Canada’s health care is so good, then why are they comming HERE to see specialists as the wait in Canada is so long?? Let’s face it, if you have a fast moving cancer, a four to six week wait to see an oncoogist could be a death warrant!!!
      Second, if their system is so good, WHY ARE THER LEADERS DICUSSING A MOVE BACK TOO AN INSURANCE TYPE SYSTEM??? It’s bankrupting the country, that’s why???

  • http://www.realcolorwheel.com/ Don Jusko

    All of these people are on my Trusted List.

    Ron Paul,
    Allen West,
    Senator Jim DeMint,
    Senator Rand Paul,
    Senator Mike Lee,
    Sarah Palin,
    Michelle Bachmann (she won’t audit the Fed yet),
    Todd Jones,
    Pat Toomey, 

    Darrell Issa,
    As Senator Mike Lee said, “We need Ted Cruz in the Senate
    Marco Rubio

  • PJ

    As far as disability, Ron Paul will use the money blown on foreign aid and war to care for our sick and elderly. He has no plan to abandon those in need. Actually, with all of the money saved, you may end up with better care in the end.

  • AJ

    If the GOP doesn’t give us Ron Paul then we’ll write him in. And their empty suit NWO candidate can sit on the sidelines another four years. Ron Paul or not at all.

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