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

John 4311 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:55 PM
Ron Paul is an old attention seeking fool. That is all he wants is his moment in the spotlight. There is no reason he needs to make a negative comment on this hero. Paul has done nothing except sit in DC, live and well and complain. Regarding whether we should have gone in to Iraq or not. We did it is way to late to call a do over. The real story here is a man who served this nation proudly and with honor came home and he still chose to serve by helping his fellow Vets. AND his neighbor who also seems to be a great man were murdered by someone. This world, all of and most specially their families have experienced a great loss. Paul can whine, others can bash doesn't change that we all lost two good men.
SMyles Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 4:58 PM
So a tweet is seeking attention? lol

I keep waiting for someone to mention the phrase being in the Bible.
Buck O Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 5:01 PM
So a tweet is NOT seeking attention? ROTFLMMFAO
Sooner Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 5:03 PM
No, Smyles, Tweeting is a way of keeping a low profile.

Of course it is a way of seeking attention. The whole concept of Tweeting is to wave your arms and direct attention to yourself. Otherwise, who gives two hoots about what you think?
SMyles Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 5:12 PM
I don't see it that way. Tweets are for those that care what you think. It's up to you to follow who you choose. He has a following. That's a lot different than seeking attention.
Buck O Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:50 PM

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...