Ron Paul?

June 8, 2007 at 1:24 am 6 comments

Ron Paul tells Rudy Guiliani to get a foreign policy clue. After Rudy accused Paul of blaming America for 9/11, Paul struck back by assigning Rudy summer reading list to help him get up to speed on foreign policy issues.

Is Ron Paul just the GOP equivalent of Mike Gravel?

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  • 1. gasdocpol  |  June 8, 2007 at 5:00 am

    Americans in general need to get a foreign policy clue.

    On 9/11 19 Arabs ,none of them Iraqis, sacrificed their lives because they hated the USA.

    By invading an oil rich Arab country that had not attacked the USA and was no danger to the USA bush put his finger on the worst possible reaction to 9/11. Was that going to make arabs more or less angry at the USA?

    Alfred E. Newman said “They hate us because of our freedom”

    A LOT OF PEOPLE NEED TO GET A CLUE.

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  • 2. Christopher  |  June 8, 2007 at 5:57 am

    Ron Paul is more of a Barry Goldwater Republican. He’s a throwback to the GOP values of 40 years ago that embraced smaller government, lower taxes, less foreign aid, and government out of the personal lives of its citizens.

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  • 3. bloggernista  |  June 8, 2007 at 6:10 am

    Unfortunately, like all of the GOP presidential candidates he screwed up in answering the question about repealing the ban on openly gay soldiers in the military.

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  • 4. Borg Blog  |  June 8, 2007 at 10:20 am

    Ron Paul is no Mike Gravel. It is looking more and more like he is the real deal. As I explain in my post, “Ron Paul Contributions Up Ten-fold, Approaching $5,000,000”, and the links therein, Ron Paul is taking advantage of phenomenal grassroots support and becoming a real force to be reckoned with in the GOP primaries.

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  • 5. Paulbe  |  June 9, 2007 at 3:30 am

    Glad so many of you still seem to believe the “19 Arabs sacrificed their lives” version of 911. Sadly though it doesn’t matter whether the conspiracy theory you believe is the official or unofficial theory, the aftermath remains equally abominable.

    …And watch the media go after Ron Paul any way they can.

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  • 6. gasdocpol  |  June 9, 2007 at 10:31 am

    19 arabs did not sacrifice their lives? Funny, I thought that they did.

    PNAC is the think tank of the Neoconservatives. If you google their website, you can read in their own words where they are coming from.

    Cheney, Rumsfeld, Libby, Wolfowitz and most of the important architects of the Iraq war and top “advisors” of GW Bush are in PNAC.

    If you read accounts of insiders like Clark and O’Neill, you learn that the plan to invade Iraq came off the shelf the day GW Bush became President.

    Rumsfeld and Cheney were in a position to tamper with our defenses against 9/11. This does not prove that they did in fact tamper with those defenses but one wonders how well the 9/11 hijackers were able to succeeed so handily.

    We invaded Iraq based on infinitely less of a link to 9/11 with Saddam than we did with Cheney and Rumsfeld.

    I agree that the aftermath remains abominable whether due to incompetence on the part of Bush or an evil, imperialistic , dispicable plot by the Neocons to sacrifice the blood of our military for the purpose of making some of their rich sponsers even richer.

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