Monday, July 11, 2011
Bankers, War Mongers, Drug Dealers, The New York Times, The Military-Industrial Complex, the Neo-Cons, The Wall Street Journal, The DEA, Organized Crime, The CIA, the FBI, The FDA, The Department of Education, The Federal Reserve and the IRS.
Robert Bonomo, Contributing Writer
“With politicians like these,who needs terrorists?” Ron Paul
Ron Paul is neither a big man nor a loud one and his polite demeanor effectively disguises a viscous fighting spirit. No other politician in recent history has been the been lone dissenter on so many congressional votes. From Mother Teresa to Gaza, only one man dissented: Ron Paul. He transcends party lines, confusing the mass media who are not sure whether he is a radical left wing peacenik or a John Birch Manchurian candidate.
Right or Left?
“We can achieve much more in peace than we can ever achieve in these needless, unconstitutional, undeclared wars.” Ron Paul.
As shocking as it may seem to The New York Times, Fox, The Wall Street Journal and CNN, The Constitution and The Declaration of Independence actually call for a peaceful, free Republic unencumbered by Government.
What other member of Congress is for ending the war on drugs, phasing out Medicare and Medicaid, making Social Security optional, legalizing prostitution, ending The Fed, halting all foreign aid (even to Israel), lowering taxes, and closing all American military bases abroad? How do you define Ron Paul within the current political spectrum? You can’t. He simply doesn’t fit into any of the convenient labels available for the two party charade. The Ivy Leagued Wall Street/Washington nexus doesn’t know what to make of man who is against two of the most dreaded things in life: war and taxes.
Is Ron Paul a Radical?
“I am just absolutely convinced that the best formula for giving us peace and preserving the American way of life is… (click for the rest of the article)
I strongly recommend at least watching the last couple minutes of this confrontation with our current banking overlord/mega-villain: