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What Ron Paul Gets Wrong

AmericaEffYeah Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 3:44 PM
I think if a colony is a colony and it is revolting against it's owner then "Revolution" is the correct word. If a state wishes to leave then it would secede from a Union that it had voluntarily been a part of, no? Blackwell is enjoying a tempest in a teapot. This is the ONLY thing, Blackwell got from Paul's Farewell Speech?
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What Ron Paul Gets Wrong

AmericaEffYeah Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 3:41 PM
Can a colony secede, Blackwell?
Ron Paul - the Conscience of the House - farewell and thanks for your service.
Senator Ayatte will be the next nominee for the Repubs. Another Nor'eastern Lib. Hahahahaha
Well hats off to a real American Patriot - a lone voice in the wilderness, the Last Statesman, the Honorable Ron Paul. May we see many more like him and soon!
"Yet the Bush administration did more than praise the Taliban's proclaimed ban of opium cultivation. In mid-May, 2001, Secretary of State Colin Powell announced a $43 million grant to Afghanistan in addition to the humanitarian aid the United States had long been providing to agencies assisting Afghan refugees. Given Callahan's comment, there was little doubt that the new stipend was a reward for Kabul's anti-drug efforts. That $43 million grant needs to be placed in context. Afghanistan's estimated gross domestic product was a mere $2 billion. The equivalent financial impact on the U.S. economy would have required an infusion of $215 billion. In other words, $43 million was very serious money to Afghanistan's theocratic masters."
How Washington Funded the Taliban: http://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/how-washington-funded-taliban
Cons say that WikiLeaks "proves" that Saddam had WMDs. Cons say WikiLeaks Man is a TRAITOR! Cons are hysterically hypocritical.
Ron Paul predicts future by paying attention and thinking: http://blog.nj.com/njv_paul_mulshine/2012/07/ron_pauls_predictions_from_200.html
W gave 43 million to the Taliban in the spring of 2001. What a compassionate conservative!
Earmarks are constitutional. You cons don't know that, of course. Paul is one of the few Office Holders who takes his oath seriously.
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