Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Ron Paul’s Issues in 2008 are the same for 2012

John R. Houk
December 28, 2012

Rep. Ron Paul is a rock star with ideas to turn America solvent with a balanced budget, ending the Federal Reserve, expunging wasteful government programs and slicing government bureaucracy as well as unneeded Departments on the Cabinet level. Rock stars are entertainers with a stalwart fan base.

Paul has serious problems on issues outside of money/finance. Paul would return America back to an antebellum Foreign Policy agenda rendering America’s global influence and National Interests impotent which in turn would create security problems for the USA that would be a Leftist dream. The dream for the Leftist is to make America so vulnerable that foreign interests would destroy American Constitutionalism. Now I doubt it is Paul’s agenda to destroy America; however the isolationism he would lead America toward would gut America as it conformed to international treaties and laws rendering the U.S. Constitution a document of historical study. Now I realize Ron Paul denies that he is an isolationist; however that is kind of like an apple denying it comes from a tree.

Then there are the racist issues Ron Paul has subscribed to in the past that he pretty much keeps to himself but was very public with in his early political days. I have posted on those issues in the past when Paul ran for the GOP nomination in 2008: HERE and HERE.

And here we are nearing 2012 and one of Ron Paul’s former aides is exposing the prejudice there is against Jews and Israel. Conversely this means Ron Paul is pro-Palestinian. If you are not aware of it, the Palestinians have such Jew-hatred inculcated into their culture that killing a Jew and the friends of the Jews (i.e. America) is a moment to rejoice.

Here is that information from Debbie Schlussel reporting on the thoughts of Eric Dondero along with Ron Paul tidbits exposing a friendship with radical Islam.

JRH 12/28/11 (Hat Tip: Patriot Action Network)

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