Ron Paul vs. the World

18 January 2008

Steven LaTulippe:

>>In a very fundamental way, there are really only two candidates running for president this year: Ron Paul, and all the others.

>>This is because there are really only two issues at stake.

>>The first issue is our out-of-control foreign policy. America is embroiled in shooting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. We spend more on our military than nearly the rest of the world combined. We have troops stationed in over a hundred foreign countries. Manic interventionism has stretched our military to the breaking point, and has ruined our nation’s reputation.

>>The second issue is our impending economic implosion. Our government, which has shed the last vestiges of constitutional restraint, has made a myriad of promises that it cannot keep. Our outstanding obligations to fund social security, government health care programs, and everything else under the sun are rapidly bankrupting our nation. To maintain these Ponzi schemes, the Fed is debasing our currency and igniting an ugly bout of hyperinflation.

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One Response to “Ron Paul vs. the World”

  1. Jennifer said

    Background on David Rockefeller’s private thinktank, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)


    Dick Cheney (ex-director of CFR) talks to David Rockefeller (short video)

    Democrat CFR member Candidates:
    Barack Obama (also, Michelle Obama is on the Board of Directors in the Chicago branch of the CFR)
    Hillary Clinton
    John Edwards
    Chris Dodd
    Bill Richardson

    Republican CFR member Candidates:
    Mitt Romney
    Rudy Giuliani
    John McCain
    Fred Thompson
    Newt Gingrich
    Mike Huckabee (not a CFR member, though he named Richard Haas, president of the CFR, as his adviser on foreign policy)

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