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Ron Paul vs. foreign policy partisanship

October 31, 2011
Jack Hunter, The Southern Avenger

“I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy”

This may sound harsh, but current U.S. foreign policy is a disaster. Most Americans will admit as much if they examine our most significant foreign interventions individually.

Our least disastrous recent foreign intervention occurred in Libya, where aiding rebel forces did help depose dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Yet, we now learn a radical Islamic regime is taking his place. Mission accomplished?

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. November 2, 2011 1:39 am

    We have to make up our mind, we had been talking with forked tongue Bush was claiming we had to bring democracy in the world. We paid dictators to do the opposite when Israel was involved. Obama just decided to support the people who demanded democracy and rebelled against our paid tyrants. Libya was part of a global change that emerged as a natural result of information from the internet that educated people there were better way. It also saved money from foreign involvement that even out Founders warned against. It sounds erratic because,as with Palestine, we are tied to policies made by previous administration that are against our present interest.

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