posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 04:58 PM
Originally posted by kidflash2008
I also hate to burst peoples' bubble, but Ron Paul would be perfect for the military industrial complex and bankers.
I don't think so. He wants America to close military bases abroad, bring the troops home and take care of business at home. They want the reverse of
He is opposed to any types of regulation, and the big industries would love that.
I think you may be overstating this. Even the global elite understand the need for some kinds of rules for corporations. But remember, under Paul,
corporate and financial institution bailouts would be much tougher, if they ocurred at all.
The companies would remain global, as to outlaw that would be against Rep Paul's philosophy of government intrusion.
One of the reasons they can remain global is the threat of US military interference to guarantee good deals overseas. If Paul retracted America's
global military reach, the whole dynamic of how the bigs do business would change. Wages would rise overseas and jobs might start migrating back to
Rep Paul can talk about the common man all he wants, but his policies are perfectly in line with the global elite.
No. Paul wants America to free itself from dependance on foreign supplies of oil, and spend a greater portion of the military budget on infrastructure
The big thing though is that he wants to turn control of issuance of money over to the treasury, i.e., do away with the Fed. That is the single most
important thing that distinguishes him from the global elite.
[edit on 31-3-2009 by ipsedixit]