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Ron Paul On Murdered Navy Seal: He Pretty Much Deserved It

helioquois Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:50 PM
This is why Ron Paul was never a serious Presidential Candidate, despite his acumen on the Federal Reserve, fiscal spending and the protection of liberty. There is a serious hole in his swing with regard to the military and national defense. His comments are so very sad. The reason you take troops with PTSD to the range is because shooting is a developed skill, requiring technical skill, focused effort and a high degree of discipline to be effective. When you go to the range you must engage in risk analysis and engage in safety awareness and enhancement via individual actions on the range. All of our combat troops master this element of their service, and when they are on the range they can successfully engage in activity with (cont.)
helioquois Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:58 PM
a high degree of mental and physical involvement for success. Typically, those men and women that excel in one thing find they want to excel in all you take them to a place of previous success, take their minds from their personal troubles to focus on things other than their ailment, and start the steps toward recovery in a place of brotherhood and a place where your comrades shared the same hardships that you have, and relate to you one-on-one, positively. I commend Chief Kyle for putting all that he was on the line for his fellow warriors and am saddened by remarks made, such as those from Dr. Paul. They are indefensible and show a serious defect in reasoning and character.

Former Rep. Ron Paul apparently isn't quite ready to leave the spotlight. Today on his Twitter feed, the failed presidential candidate decided to opine on the recent murder of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who was helping a fellow soldier recover from PTSD at the time he was killed.


Kyle was known as the "deadliest" sniper and holds the record for the most sniper kills of terrorists in U.S. history. Kyle was a hero and a family man who dedicated his post-military life to helping soldiers recovering...