Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by Tallone
Originally posted by TalloneI can do better than edited videos. I can give you some history available to be checked via your Internet connection at a site of your own choice. There are so many sources of verification.
So many credible sources that you cant provide a single one?
Your entire post was comprised of your opinions with no supporting documentation at all. None whatsoever…
Ron Paul is an “isolationist” because he does not believe in endless wars and does not believe in the New World Order agenda of a One World Government under the UN? This is the first time I’ve seen someone state that wanting to end a policy of continuous warfare and valuing sovereignty is “isolationist”…
Do you believe in individual liberties at all?
I have given you ample evidence. Historical fact. It is an argument. Not an opinion. One is supported by evidence the other does not have to be.
Your position is entirely an opinion!
The quotes I provide are not mine. They are Ron Paul's
Ron Paul's speeches before congress are a matter of public record.
You have Internet. Use it.
The New Republic
See James Kirchick article on Ron Paul 2008.
If you don't have access go to these URLs for starters.
The Kirchick investigation into the Ron Paul letters is available on The New Republic site.
Ron Paul denies writing the Newsletters himself but as Kirchick himself has noted Ron Paul pulls in almost a million dollars in checks from supporters sent his Newsletters, filled with racist and homophobic vitriol, and he didn't know who wrote them or even check the content? BTW the Newsletters list among the 11 writers four members of Paul's own family and Lew Rockwell, Ron Paul's own guru.
This is not my opinion either.
Do research of your own. Don't settle for videos as you request. Videos are simply edited and directed content unless you are watching live content from a source you can verify.
You last question is ridiculous. Who cares if the messenger calls themselves a libertarian or not? As the Cato Institute stance on Ron Paul shows, they obviously don't.