The others don’t warn you because they are probably part of it. He is the only candidate that I am confident is not owned by the banksters.
The economy is our immediate threat and it could collapse at any moment. Iran, Syria, North Korea and other foreign nations are not immediate threats. So even if you don’t like his foreign policy, he is our best hope to solve our immediate crisis.
I too used to cringe at his views on foreign policy until George W Bush rocked my world in one day when he gave away our wealth to Hank Paulson thereby virtually assuring the Republican loss of the 2008 election.
Why would he do this? Either he really was a dunce being played by his advisors or he is a member of the insiders with their plan for the new world order.
I began to examine politics in a whole new light and that light turned out to be very, very dark. The two party system is a charade, the leadership of both parties have the same goal.
The way they control us is by making us believe there is a difference, and we have a choice, Ii’s the old good cop bad cop routine.
Why else have things always gone in the direction of the communists, socialists, liberals, progressives? The conservative ideals never win.
Ron Paul will do everything he can to turn that around! He is not a part of them!
By DAVID A. LIEB , Associated Press
AP Photo/ED ZURGA
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul warned the U.S. is "slipping into a fascist system" dominated by government and businesses as he held a fiery rally Saturday night upstaging established Republican Party banquets a short distance away.
The Texas congressman drew a couple thousand standing and chanting people to Kansas City's Union Station as the party's establishment dined on steak across the street at the Missouri GOP's annual conference. Kansas Republicans were holding a similar convention in a suburb across the state line.
Paul staged his rally near the nation's World War I museum, asserting that the U.S. got off track about 100 years ago during the era of President Woodrow Wilson, who led the nation through World War I and unsuccessfully advocated for the nation's involvement in a forerunner of the United Nations.
"We've slipped away from a true Republic," Paul said. "Now we're slipping into a fascist system where it's a combination of government and big business and authoritarian rule and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen."
Although campaign aides were aware, Paul told reporters after his speech that he did not know his rally was coinciding with long-established Missouri and Kansas Republican Party events, where Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell - a vice presidential prospect - was the keynote speaker.
Several Republicans slipped away from the banquets to join the Paul rally. Among them was Ralph Munyan, a Republican committeeman in Kansas City's home county, who said he agreed with Paul's warnings of a "fascist system" and his pledge to the end nation's involvement in wars overseas and against drugs.
"His foreign policy is one of peace," Munyan said.
Paul repeatedly denounced President Barack Obama's recent enactment of a law requiring military custody of anyone suspected to be associated with al-Qaida and involved in planning an attack on the U.S. Obama said when he signed the legislation that his administration would not authorize the indefinite military detention of American citizens without a trial.