Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Ron Paul Wins Again

The second Republican debate is over. Early poll results show that Dr. Paul again is the most popular candidate.

He was the only one to discuss CIA-generated "blowback" in relation to 9-11, and was right on target. The G-man (Giuliani) wanted him to take back his statement about the results of an interventionist foreign policy, but Paul stood firm. Paul asked how we would feel if China had military bases here. He pointed out that the '79 Iran hostage crisis was a direct result of us installing the Shah in the '50s [BY OVERTHROWING a democratically elected government].

Now watch the Corporate Media characterize Paul as some kind of nut. They can't ignore his popularity anymore, so they'll try a different tactic---smear him...and the ignorant Republican base will buy it.

The Corporatocracy simply will NOT allow him to get the Republican nomination.

Write-in Ron Paul in 2008.

2 comments:

Aaron said...

I support Ron Paul - He's is simply the only choice for a conservative/republican who is/was against the war in Iraq. And, believe it or not, there are some! Most intellectual conservatives were against this war before it started in 2003. Did you know that? Pat Buchanan, Tucker Carlson (a little silly, I know) Charley Reese said in 2002 “is a prescription for the decline and fall of the American empire. Overextension – urged on by a bunch of rabid intellectuals who wouldn’t know one end of a gun from another” Paul Craig Roberts, who was one of the highest-ranking Treasury Department officials under President Reagan and now a nationally-syndicated conservative columnist, wrote: “an invasion of Iraq is likely the most thoughtless action in modern history.” On and on and these quotes are from 2002! This war was Undeclared, un-provoked, liberal “nation building” I know it is hard, but we, as conservatives, have got to do some deep thinking about this issue and wake up!

Scott C. Haley said...

Excellent observations, Aaron! Thanks for your input, and I couldn't agree more.

If you haven't already seen it, sometime Google "Neo-Conned!" by Ron Paul. Every Republican should read that monograph. NeoCons are nothing more than militant left-wingers intent on building an American Empire to rule the world.