Crazy Ron Paul: Gaza Blockade Is "Act of War" – US Shouldn't Support Gaza Blockade (Video)

It’s really getting hard to distinguish this crackpot from any other far left America-hating Jew-hating radical…
Crazy Ron Paul says that Israel’s Gaza blockade is an act of war.

For the record, Ron. The people of Gaza are not starving as every week 10,000 tons of food, medicine and other humanitarian supplies are sent by Israel to Gaza. But, they have shot off 4,000 rockets at Israel since the voluntary withdrawal from Gaza.

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  • sliderblaze

    and this is why you will never be president.

  • CLN

    But 4000 rockets is NOT “war”? I guess since they’re only jews it doesn’t count, right Paul?

  • JKB

    An “act of war”? Perhaps he is unaware that only Egypt has reached a peace agreement and is there for not at war with Israel. Or perhaps he is unaware that the ships were stopped as they approached a designated zone of hostilities. Perhaps he is unaware that controlling the delivery of war materials while facilitating the delivery of humanitarian aid is far less a provocation then firing rockets at another country’s cities and citizens.

    If their are starving people in Gaza, Ron Paul and others should go there with the press in tow to document this fact. Maybe take the Red Cross?

  • wanumba

    A country far away trying to crash a weapons blockade of another country with a fraud humanitarian cover, refusing directions to an acceptable port, and then attacking a lawful boarding party with intent to kill is an act of war.

    So many people want their fig leaf excuse to openly show the hate they harbor against the idea of Israel.

    It’s depressing, yet it’s better to find out now which side of the cosmic line everyone stands on than be stabbed in the back later.

  • Andreas K.

    Ron Paul the nutjob. He can move into a shared apartment with Erdogan and Obama. The Three Nazi Stooges.

  • Patti

    Forget Ron Paul. He is certifiable.

    Sorry folks but both Pauls are certifiable. Unload them.

  • Pat the First

    I sure hope his son isn’t as looney as he is. If so, I guess I hope he gets defeated. We have enough loons in Congress.

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  • Joe Bean

    Ron Paul is a strange critter. It’s exactly statements like this which make it impossible for me to support him for any high office. On the flip side he has been spot on during some other areas of politics.

  • Jan Ignace

    Ron Paul and Patrick Buchanan must have ingested the same stuff that they found along side the road. Occasional sanity occurs even in mental institutions..

  • CT

    This little Asshat sinks lower every time he opens his mouth. There is no excuse for Ron Paul and the wingnuts that support him. I’d rather see a Democrap elected in Texas than this jerk (Kentucky as well).

  • 133east

    His son Rand is still something of an unknown entity; cranky blather like this does not help.

  • http://Fordforecastssustained,profitablegrowth Kevin P

    You know what though – I’ll take Ron Paul. I disagree with him on this (and his foreign policy) 100% – but I agree with him about 98% on domestic issues.

    Giving the democrats the benefit of the doubt I agree with them 2% of the time.

  • http://Fordforecastssustained,profitablegrowth Kevin P

    I won’t take Ron Paul for president, but I will take him as an ally in Congress.

  • TalkinKamel

    Are you sure he’d be an ally, Kevin? Even in Congress?

    Some of us saw through Ron from the very beginning. The man is Nucking Futz. Please, stop pushing him at us as the Great Conservative Hope. It doesn’t matter if he’s right about some things. The things he’s wrong about are deadly.

    Though, as Wanumba points out, it’s better to know where these guys stand now, then get a knife between the shoulder blades later! A lot of masks are going to be coming off, in the next few months. Helen Thomas already dropped her fig leaf. . .

  • Brian

    His true colors are really out and on display for everyone to see. During the campaign there were some hints as to his anti semitism. This puts him with Jimmy Carter. This guy needs to go. I’m not for national suicide.

    As for Rand, I personally haven’t seen him address the Israel issue. His gaffe on TV shows him to be too intellectual for his own good, even if the response wasn’t technically incorrect. Definitely not presidential material (at this time).

  • retire05

    Ron Paul was my Congressman for a long time before we (here in Texas) went through a vicious redistricting. Now I have the lunatic Lloyd Doggett who would lie to God if he thought it would get him a vote or two.

    Paul didn’t used to be this crazy. But somewhere along the line he jumped the shark, just about the same time he declared himself a libertarian with a big “L”. But he knew that in his deep red district, that big “L” stood for “loser”, so he went back to the party that would allow him to win. Except, his craziness continued to get worse.

    Paul is a 1938 isolationist. It is time he learns that the internet and global banking has eliminated any possibility of the U.S. being an isolationist nation ever again. And the isolationist attitude should have died the day the ICBM was invented.

    He is an embarrassment to most Texans, and if you look at his following, most of them are Austin type groupies who are more Democrat than Republican.

    What we need is a true conservative, a true TEXAS conservative, to run against Paul. I am sure I am not the only conservative that would like to send him back to delivering babies.

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  • TalkinKamel

    Oh, good Lord, retire05, was Paul a pediatrician? Is he yet another one of those nutzoid politico-docs?

  • Technially Correct

    I absolutely support Israel. However, according to the Nuremburg code, a blockade IS considered an act of war according to international standards. Boarding a ship of flying the Turkish flag in international waters is equivalent to invading a foreign embassy. Ron Paul’s words are a bit inflamitory but technically correct.