Skip to content

Troops expose Ron Paul

January 29, 2012

Support our Troops!

18 Comments leave one →
  1. Anonymous permalink
    January 30, 2012 9:46 am

    The Barbary pirates were attacking our vessels. Jefferson did not invade and occupy their nation and steal their natural resources. He just acted in defense of our property. We were apparently not a “fourth rate military power” at the time, having just defeated the most powerful military in the world then. I agree with you that “the situation of our country in 1800 was 180 degrees different than it is today”. Back then, our leaders were honorable, God-fearing, family-oriented statesman with a deep love and respect for the Constitution. Today, our leaders are almost entirely without conscience, fear neither God nor their constituents, promote anti-family homosexual values, and see the Constitution as little more than a pesky hindrance to their agenda. They are two-bit political prostitutes, willing to sell their very souls to the devil to get elected and re-elected. Yes, things are indeed different today.- well said

  2. January 30, 2012 1:59 am

    Is great Harold it worked all the people including me, who wrote to the troops “come home and help save the USA we need you”

    I hope we can send Ron Paul film all over in prime time and he will make it.

  3. Jim Delaney permalink
    January 29, 2012 9:10 pm

    Wow! You guys are something else. 9/11 was an inside job and I am CIA. God help us. I had hoped for some cogent, reasoned discussion on a conservative site. Boy, was I wrong. And with that, I leave you with your…thoughts, such as they are.

    (BTW, our Founders were deeply distrustful of foreign adventures and aliiances. Why? We had two oceans to protect us, we were deeply in debt AND we were, at best, a 4th rate military power quite incapable of defending ourselves here or abroad. However, it is worth noting to our isolationist compatriots that none other than Thomas Jeffferson took on the Barbary Pirates in N. Africa (1803, I believe) when our commercial interests were at stake. And we prevailed. So, don’t tell me our Founders were isolationists and were unwilling to take a stand when our national interests were at stake. And, please don’t equate Paul’s foreign policywith that of our Founders. The situation of our country in 1800 was 180 degrees different than it is today. Paul’s a good man,no doubt, but to elevate his foreign policy acumen to that of our Founders falls flat on its face.)

    Enjoy your discussion. I’m moving on.

    • Walter permalink
      January 29, 2012 9:31 pm

      The Barbary pirates were attacking our vessels. Jefferson did not invade and occupy their nation and steal their natural resources. He just acted in defense of our property. We were apparently not a “fourth rate military power” at the time, having just defeated the most powerful military in the world then. I agree with you that “the situation of our country in 1800 was 180 degrees different than it is today”. Back then, our leaders were honorable, God-fearing, family-oriented statesman with a deep love and respect for the Constitution. Today, our leaders are almost entirely without conscience, fear neither God nor their constituents, promote anti-family homosexual values, and see the Constitution as little more than a pesky hindrance to their agenda. They are two-bit political prostitutes, willing to sell their very souls to the devil to get elected and re-elected. Yes, things are indeed different today.

  4. Adam Evenson permalink
    January 29, 2012 8:07 pm

    9-11 was an inside job. It had nothing to do with what this video claims.

    • Walter permalink
      January 29, 2012 8:52 pm

      Adam, you are 100% correct. But what is wrong with Jim? Apparently he has never read any of the writings of our Founding Fathers, especially Thomas Jefferson. They were the original conservatives. Ron Paul has the exact same political philosophy that they had. The other candidates are all neo-con fascists. I suspect that Jim is jewish, or is CIA. If Ron Paul is not our next president, it won’t matter who is.

  5. Jim Delaney permalink
    January 29, 2012 5:41 pm

    Walter,
    You’re a disgrace to conservatism, and doing a great disservice to your patron saint, Ron Paul.

  6. skeptic permalink
    January 29, 2012 4:56 pm

    The video send a confused message. The first two minutes appear to oppose RP’s foreign policy; the concept is then reversed to support RP.

    The troops are not there to defend (the American society); the troops are there to secure the oil and opium for Wall Street; they are a WS ploy.

    Bless the troops that MUST go; Damn the politicians that send them for the economic gain of WS.

  7. January 29, 2012 3:57 pm

    Ron Paul in 2012!!

  8. Katie permalink
    January 29, 2012 3:40 pm

    Walter: Right on!

  9. January 29, 2012 2:30 pm

    “Radical Christianity” and “Radical Jewish Communism” are the culprits?????

    So much for logic, objectivity and historical integrity. Amazing how one’s parochial political bias in favor of Ron Paul can instantly turn one’s brain into irredeemable mush.

    This kind of mindless support for Paul doesn’t do Mr. Paul’s otherwise commendable candidacy any good at all. With supporters like you, Mr. Paul doesn’t need enemies. Enough said.

    • Walter permalink
      January 29, 2012 3:34 pm

      Fact: Jesus Christ taught us to be peacemakers, and said “Thou shalt not kill(murder)”. Therefore, those of us who attack sovereign nations unprovoked, slaughter their people and steal their natural resources are indeed “radical” Christians.
      Fact: Our government gets the money it needs to finance our military adventurism overseas by borrowing it from the Federal Reserve Bank, whose owners also own the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, most of our major corporations, ALL of our major book and magazine publishing companies, ALL of our major motion picture studios, ALL of our major newspaper chains, ALL of our major TV and radio networks, and whose people occupy almost all cabinet level positions in our government. They ALL have two things in common: They ALL claim to be Jews, and they ALL are Atheists. They do not practice the Jewish religion, except occasionally for public consumption. Many are openly members of the Communist party, while most claim to be “conservatives”, neo-cons, while advocating and supporting the communist goals of one-world government. You might recall the names of some of them: Joseph Stalin, Frederick Engels, Karl Marx, Amschell Rothschild, Henry Kissinger, Rob Emmanuel, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz. You can download their plans for total world conquest in “Project For The New American Century”, which THEY WROTE THEMSELVES. These despicable liars are denounced in the Book of Revelations 2:9 and 3:9 as “the synagogue of Satan”. Therefore, these fake jews, who are a clear and present danger to real messianic Jews, who bitterly oppose them, as well as to the rest of the world, are indeed radical communist jews. Get your head out Jim!

  10. Walter permalink
    January 29, 2012 2:19 pm

    Jim and the rest of you miss the point that Dr. Paul is making. The fact that radical Islam is a problem is irrelevant. Radical Christianity, that believes America has the right to invade sovereign nations on a provably phoney pretext like a war on terror, for the plain purpose of capturing oil fields, building pipelines, and establishing puppet governments, is currently manyfold a larger problem throughout the world than is radical Islam. What’s more, radical jewish Communism, which funds all these unconstitutional military adventures, is even a bigger problem than is radical Christianity. Wake up people! Our military personnel are viewed more and more by our government and the jewish communists who own it as expendable. When Bill Clinton said “I loathe the military”, this is what he meant. He loathed the utter stupidity and naivete of most Americans who are so easily duped into believing the propaganda from Washington D.C., and who thus stupidly believe that when they attack foreign nations, unprovoked, kill millions of their people like we did in Nam and are currently doing in the M.E., that this is somehow patriotic, such that parents should be willing to donate the lives and health of their children in serving our corporatocracy. This kind of madness is more loatheable than anything I can think of.

  11. January 29, 2012 1:16 pm

    I agree Jim Delaney.

  12. January 29, 2012 12:34 pm

    Sadly, John, the Turks are undergoing a transformation BACK to radical Islamism. Owing to this change in direction, NATO is currently no longer pushing for Turkey’s inclusion. I wouldn’t count on Turkey or a reborn Attaturk to keep the peace in the ME.

    In short, the ME is a powder keg and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. We just have to keep our wits about us and be as evenhanded and wide-eyed as possible going forward.

  13. January 29, 2012 12:19 pm

    Let me clarify, when I mention “Arabs” in my earlier post, I am referring to radical Arab Islamists. The Turks know exactly how to deal with them. They did so very effectively for over 500 years.

  14. January 29, 2012 11:58 am

    These miserable people need to be allowed to settle their own disputes in their own manner without US intervention. When their violence spills over to civilized nations, then they have to be forcefully cast back. The best solution for the ME is to encourage the Turks to restore some semblance of order within the confines of the old Ottoman Empire which we so mistakenly broke up 90 years ago. If there is one thing the Arabs fear its the Turk. We can deal with the Turks and earn their eternal good will by allowing them to do to the Arabs what we do not have the stomach or will to do. I am sure they will handle the problem of radical Islam just as quickly as they did in the 13th Century. They will simply eliminate the problem.

  15. January 29, 2012 10:59 am

    While this is instructive and something I’ve been well aware of for years, what it overlooks is the fact that for many years now the middle eastern countries have what the colonialist West had initially denied them, that being oil and independence of western control; and yet they remain unhappy, rebellious and have been at war with themselves as much as with the West for years. Thus, the issue goes MUCH MUCH deeper than this historical narrative suggests.

    Radical Islamism is the underlying culprit, and is every bit as dangerous and destructive of the non-Muslim West–its sworn enemy since the 8th century–as radical Islamists are to their fellow Muslims who want only to live in peace and to enjoy the fruits of modern life.

    When one combines political ideology with radical religious beliefs, EVERYONE is in trouble, Muslims and non-Muslims alike. For example, for us to any way suggest that the so-called “Arab Spring” is directly the fault of the USA is preposterous. As long as radical Islamists, a carry-over from 8th century thinking, do their evil the Arab world will be unstable and at war with itself and outsiders. If we want to point to “cause and effect”, this is where we must also look. The Muslim World has never successfully made the moderating leap from Islamic orthodoxy to modernity and therein lies the prinicipal cause of today’s upheavels and the need for the West to remain on the offensive. Do any of us honestly believe that simply withdrawing troops, equipment and all support from the Middle East will bring security and peace to either the MIddle East or to the West? Really?

    That said, we must strive to be as evenhanded in our approach to the Middle East as commonsense and our own security interests allow; but what that “evenhandedness” might entail is up to objective historians and thinkers sharper than I. One thing’s for certain: despite our desire to live in peace and enjoy the fruits of liberty, so long as Islamists are a clear and present threat to my family and country, I want to kill them. But, so do many Muslims as well. Period. Fullstop.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: