FOX News Panelist Charles Lane: Ron Paul Has Same Foreign Policy as Jeremiah Wright (Video)

Washington Post editorial writer Charles Lane told the FOX News Sunday panel today,

“I think one of the amazing thing that this all shows is that Republican Party might be about to crown winner of the Iowa caucuses someone (Ron Paul) with the foreign policy views of Jeremiah Wright. remeber that?”

What a clusterfark.

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  • bronxdude

    Merry Christmas!

  • Conservative to the Core

    Looks like Ron Paul got a set of long knives for Christmas.

  • Rose

    I’ve – JUMPING PAGES – always said that Ron Paul had Democrat Foreign policy and Democrat mentality about mind-altering, addictive, life-destroying drugs, too – and his chosen allies being our mortal enemies because they are also the biggest drug producers.

    And his brain is fried on his chosen preferences of illegal substances.

  • CT

    It is very likely that Ron Paul will receive a significant number of votes, if not a majority in the Iowa primary. The question is, are these Republican votes or Ron Paul votes? Would or could these Paulbot votes ever accrue to a Republican candidate; would a republican candidate want a Paulbot constituency? What does this say about Iowa or anywhere else there is a significant Paulbot vote turnout?

  • atticcellar

    Who cares what this neocon main stream media stooge says. He is simply parroting what all the other globalist shills are saying.. Just for your information RON PAUL CAN WIN!! I don’t care what all the talking heads who are parroting lies say. It’s time to take the country back from the criminal banksters and it starts in Iowa.. God bless and protect Ron Paul…. 2012

  • Gride

    Ron Paul 2012 because being White is Right!!

  • ar05075
  • Sonofthunder

    Uncle crazy can’t win. He is a liberal in foreign policy which is left of Obama. Sorry you tin foiled hat Paulies. He has got no shot of winning!!!!

  • bg
  • Little Orenthal

    Ron Paul doesn’t have a foreign policy

    Funny that the libs bring up Obama’s favorite Pastor only when criticizing a ‘republican’ candidate.

    Hint: Ron Paul isn’t, and has never been, a conservative, or a republican. He’s a liberal who talks about gold and silver dimes

    He hated Regan. Paul is a cancer to us. Time for some chemo in upcoming primary

  • bg
  • bg


    re: #1 & All

    Merry Christmas! 🙂


  • bg
  • Soze

    Ron Paul 2012 because this world still has too many Jews.

  • Moreliberty

    Yawn. I for one am glad to see that there is at least one individual that doesn’t believe in decade long perpetual war the ends in thousands dead and more debt all for nothing. Try guarding our own borders for once.

  • bg


    btw re: #13 December 25, 2011 at 12:12 pm bg

    wonder if TYT have one with A Message to Ron Paul Supporters?? /s/

    eh, Barry & Ron two sides of the same coin..


  • amdg

    I have serious doubts that an empire can downsize to a republic, but I am hopeful.

    GO Ron, GO!

  • Moreliberty

    Romney/Gingrich/ Bachman 2012 – because we need more war, more debt, less individual liberty, more legislation that is basically the same as dems.

    That’s right you fake conservatives. You vote for idiots like Bush or McCain that do nothing but increase debt, increase war, increase the size of government and bailout corporations. You are not conservatives – you are just more of the same

  • bg


    Soze #14 December 25, 2011 at 12:12 pm


    Moreliberty #15 December 25, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    yeah, damn Hitler & Japan, if not for that useless WW11, we
    could have been living high off the heels of the heils.. /sarc/


  • Moreliberty

    @ BG, the USA actually declared war, and it ended in less than 5 years for the USA. I did three tours in Iraq and it was a waste, although I was initially for it. Not one American soldier or marine was worth those people. They are ungrateful and will eventually fail.

  • Patty

    First of all, Paul is not a republican. Second, he is an isolationist. Third, he will NEVER be president and if he screws up by forming a third party, he will give Obama another term.

  • Juan

    shame on all of you for slandering Ron Paul. Most repeat facetious lies promoted by the left. The remainder are dishonest at best.

    Putting Ron Paul in the same league as Wright is a terrible and unjust slander. These men could not be further apart.

    Stop being like the left and at least research what you read or hear from others.

  • Moreliberty

    @ party, what’s the real difference between Obama and those fake conservatives like Romney, Perry or Ginghrich? I mean the last couple republican nominations gave us Bush and McCain. Lol…those liberals were for nothing but more debt, increased size of government, and bailouts like TARP. Obomba has done the same thing just like the “conservatives.”.
    RP has an actual record of voting against both TARP and porkulus, and against the increase of debt ceiling. Bush and McCain were both open borders amnesty liberals.

  • Patty


    While President Obama Arrives in Hawaii Amidst Security and Fanfare, Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Slips Quietly into Big Island Resort

  • Moreliberty

    @ patty, so more and more undeclared war by Obomba, the passage of the NDAA, out debt increase to $15.1 trillion and you’re complaining about pelosis stupid vacation? What about the constant violation of our 4th Amendment rights as we attempt to travel.

    You see, you are just another fake conservative.

  • Patty

    The Congressman says he supports a strong national defense and emphasizes his military service. He was an Air Force gynecologist who never left the United States. Today he wants to cut $1 trillion out of the Pentagon budget. He would abandon NATO and abolish the CIA, the Department of Homeland Security and the Patriot Act.
    He would give up America’s veto power in the UN Security Council as well as all military assistance to Israel. He would also ignore the major lesson from WW I and WW II, collective security. He would abandon our allies who paid 100% of the costs of Operation Desert Storm and have suffered 35% of all combat casualties in Afghanistan.[4]
    He has criticized welfare for decades but was one of of just four GOP Congressmen who voted against extending welfare reform in 2002. Most Americans are not fond of welfare but the “Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act of 1996″ was a GOP proposal signed by a reluctant Bill Clinton.
    When Clinton added his signature the sign on his desk said “Welfare to Work,” and the promise came true. The act resulted in a large reduction in the number of people collecting welfare and that is why Republicans have supported its continuation.[13]
    Paul says he is against gun control but advocates policies which would allow states to disarm their residents.[14]

  • Patty

    He says he is against gay marriage, but voted against the amendment to define marriage as only between a man and a woman. The amendment would have outlawed gay marriage but not civil unions. At the 2007 Values Voter Debate Paul said, “True Christians believe marriage is a church function, not a state function. I don’t think you need a license to get married.” By that definition any liberal church would be free to perform gay marriages that would be recognized by the state. [15]
    As a medical doctor he took the Hippocratic Oath to do no harm and to “prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.” Nevertheless, Paul is at the forefront of the anti-vaccine movement which has had a serious impact.
    Now the U.S. is struggling with a large number of cases of measles and other disease which were once thought to have been eradicated. According to the Centers for Disease Control, America is experiencing the largest outbreak in 15 years.[16]

  • bg


    stop demonizing Islam!!

    9/11 was AmeriKKKa’s fault!!

    for those of you who seem to believe that Islamic Terrorism was non-existent until America was founded, please, do some research..

    more here & here..


  • Patty

    Ron Paul is not a conservative or a “Constitutionalist.” He is a libertarian who has been consistent since his election to Congress in 1976 in advocating unilateral disarmament of America’s defense and trade policy. Many of his supporters describe themselves as conservatives, but they back a national security agenda which is almost identical with the radical left.[20]
    Among the many additional reasons conservatives should oppose him are:
    DEFICIT SPENDING: He claims to be for limited government but Ron Paul was one of four Republicans who opposed the Paul Ryan budget plan to reduce the deficit by $6.2 trillion over a decade. Ryan is Chairman of the House Budget Committee. Paul said it did not cut enough, but he would not accept the Ryan plan as a starting point. He also said it was “maintaining our empire” and “being the policeman of the world.” [21]
    EARMARKS: He is the only GOP candidate who continues to support earmarks and pork barrel spending. When Neil Cavuto asked him about this Paul replied: “I think you’re missing the whole point. I have never voted for an earmark. I voted against all appropriation bills. So, this whole thing about earmarks is totally misunderstood.”

    And Moreliberty, your name makes you a conservative? Not many conservatives will call someone else and someone they don’t even know, their political preferences. That my friend is not a Conservatives values. I remain a Conservative first and then a Republican. An example is Hannity, I share his views. I have for many years have my own views and would never call a Blogger of all things out. Many do hear but I do feel it is more important we research our candidates thoroughly before we vote. May the best man win. Personally, none have captivated me.

  • David

    Ron Paul’s foreign policy is more dangerous to the US than Barack Obama’s. If anyone thinks the US can simply remove all foreign bases, never intervene in a war and then the US becomes safer, they are either stupid or haven’t read the Koran

  • bg


    Moreliberty #20 December 25, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    yes, and Saddam signed a TReaty he never lived yo to..
    not going to go through the stack of rhetorical koolaid
    crap with you..

    one needs to examine the case for war in it’s entirety,
    not bits and pieces or cherry-picked soundbite gripes..

    the only difference between Barry
    and Ron are their claims to fame..


  • Patty

    Paul claims Israel created the terrorist group Hamas, and the United States financed Osama bin Laden during the Afghan War against the Soviet Union.
    Both statements are outrageous lies. Paul has also said he would end America’s special relationship with Israel. In “The Revolution: A Manifesto,” Paul wrote: “I see no reason that our friendship with Israel cannot continue. I favor extending to Israel the same honest friendship that Jefferson and the Founding Fathers urged us to offer to all nations. But that also means no special privileges like foreign aid. . .” With good reason, the Republican Jewish Coalition has barred Paul from their candidate forums.

  • Moreliberty

    @ lol…nice source. Actually he wants to cut $1 trillion from federal budget on year one by getting eliminating 5 agencies – all useless. Also, why should we be guarding the borders of South Korea? We guard them while they take our jobs? Why should we not be guarding the borders of countries while leaving ours open. Poll after poll shows that the American people are tired of decade long wars. Wars without any end.

    What you need to ask yourself is why do you keep voting for liberals. Liberals that are for giving billions to other countries while out own borders are open. Also, why should the US taxpayer being giving our money to foreign governments like Pakistan, the PLO, and the list goes on.

  • a former dem

    Not a fan of Ron Paul’s foreign policy, but I’d vote for him over Barry anyday.

    And comparing Ron Paul to Rev Racist Wright? WHAT A JOKE!

    Ron Paul at least seems to respect the consitution, served in the air force, respects the constraints the founding fathers put on a federal centralized govt.

    What a joke this loser charles lane is! no wonder he works for the Compost.

  • bg


    Moreliberty #20 December 25, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    good read, good research info..


  • bg


    re: #28 December 25, 2011 at 12:53 pm bg

    The Rest Of The Story

    scroll thread for more..


  • Patty


    I did three tours in Iraq and it was a waste, although I was initially for it. Not one American soldier or marine was worth those people. They are ungrateful and will eventually fail.


    Hope other soldiers didn’t feel this angry. You, should have stopped at one tour. But that may have been infeasible.

    Some aren’t ungrateful and Americans are thanking the many troops who have fought and pray for the families of those we have lost.

    But really, Moreliberty, you have a heads up on the war, you were there. But each soldiers was volunteer and if was worth it, their deaths will be in Vain if Obama and Biden and the radicals keep talking. They are hypocrites and the democrats also were in favor of the War.

    Our troops are coming home, I must respect this and glad to see come home. But anger and some will need emotional help. True, some may say it was wrong but too soon for that. Really, to soon to speculate. Our soldiers are JUST NOW arriving home.

  • atticcellar

    Patty; OMG he would shut down the criminal CIA.. He would stop attacking countries that did nothing against the US.. On the contrary the US and its CIA has been oppressing the people in far away lands installing tyrants for decades including Saddam.. He would make government subservient to the people instead of the people subservient to the government.. He would end entitlement programs that take money from people who earned it and transfer it to lazy slobs and the huge military industrial complex (which a true conservative Eisenhower warned us about).. He would end the foreign owned FED which creates money out of thin air and charges the American public interest on it (We provide the paper, ink and presses)..This criminal printing of money robs the average person of his wealth as the value of the dollar has fallen 97% since its inception. He would let people decide on their personal relationships (which are none of the governments business). He would relegate the Federal government to the responsibilities as laid forth in the constitution and nothing more.. He is the only real conservative on the ballot.. The real deal.. Ron Paul.. 2012

  • Patty

    Soldier back from Afghanistan shot at welcome-home party in San Bernardino

    Read more:

    This soldier came home to this:

  • bg


    David #30 December 25, 2011 at 12:59 pm


    especially at a time when Islamists are so over anxious to bring
    about the return of the Twelfth Imam (by any other name) that
    they would instigate a Nuclear World War in order to hasten his
    .. 🙁


  • Patty
  • One Man’s Opinion

    If you like Ron Paul, except for foreign policy, watch this:

  • bg


    re: atticcellar #38 December 25, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    a perfect example of a naive Alinskyite..


  • Patty

    Pro-Ron Paul PAC to combat ‘racist claims’ in new web advertisement

  • bg



    Is It Right to Fight?

    [One other point, if everyone was a pacifist except the evil and
    lawbreakers of the world, then the world would be run by evil
    dictators or our society would be anarchy.

    Pacifism in its fullest sense is untenable
    in the sinful world in which we live.


    The subject “Is it right to fight?” is a difficult issue because it makes us face the awful issues of a suppressive dictatorship, evil aggression, killing and death on the one hand and the “necessary evil” of war to stop it. Could this be the reason that General Robert E. Lee at the Battle of Fredericksburg said, “It is well that war is so terrible—we should grow too fond of it.” The just war position, in the writer’s opinion, fits best with the Scriptural evidence.

    Remember, it is possible to love your enemies and use force against him. The principle that love is embraced in laws of justice helps us see that loving one’s enemy is to make sure that justice prevails. In doing so, the Christian is also demonstrating “love for the ones his enemy has hurt.”]

    “On Moral Equivalency and Cold War History”
    Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 10 (1996)

    [Where does that leave us, though, with the new evidence we have about the victims of Stalin and Mao Zedong? One recent but reliable estimate suggests that Stalin’s domestic victims alone – when one totals not only the figures for the purges but also for the collectivization of agriculture and the famine that resulted from it – numbered about twenty million dead. This does not count the additional acknowledged twenty-seven million Soviet citizens who died as a result of World War II. But this is not the worst of it. Estimates of those who died in one single episode – the Chinese famine produced by Mao’s ill-conceived Great Leap Forward from 1958 to 1961 – now come to some thirty million, thereby qualifying the Chairman (whose image was once a popular adornment for t-shirts and dormitory wall posters in the West) as perhaps the greatest mass murderer of all time.


    Why didn’t the United States exploit its advantage to keep the Soviet Union from developing its own bomb? Or to avoid near-defeat in Korea? These are complicated questions, but one of the answers that comes up, when one looks at what American officials said to each other, is the conviction that a democracy could only use such a weapon as a last resort, and in self-defense.

    But that in turn raises another interesting question of comparative morality: would an authoritarian system – one based on an ideology that explicitly justified any means necessary to achieve its ends, one that employed terror as a method of government, and one as casual about the loss of human life as were Stalin’s and Mao’s – have shown similar restraint had it got the bomb first?


    We need to be careful about the methodological metaphors we keep in our minds. Too much of Cold War history was written as if its major contenders were indeed featureless billiard balls, whose internal composition and character didn’t much matter. In retrospect, apples and oranges might have been the better metaphor: at least it would have allowed for irregularity, asymmetry, and the possibility of internal rot.]

    same holds true today more than ever..

    Death by Government

    [How can we understand all this killing by communists? It is the marriage of an absolutist ideology with the absolute power. Communists believed that they knew the truth, absolutely. They believed that they knew through Marxism what would bring about the greatest human welfare and happiness. And they believed that power, the dictatorship of the proletariat, must be used to tear down the old feudal or capitalist order and rebuild society and culture to realize this utopia. Nothing must stand in the way of its achievement. Government–the Communist Party–was thus above any law. All institutions, cultural norms, traditions, and sentiments were expendable. And the people were as though lumber and bricks, to be used in building the new world.

    Constructing this utopia was seen as though a war on poverty, exploitation, imperialism, and inequality. And for the greater good, as in a real war, people are killed. And thus this war for the communist utopia had its necessary enemy casualties, the clergy, bourgeoisie, capitalists, wreckers, counterrevolutionaries, rightists, tyrants, rich, landlords, and noncombatants that unfortunately got caught in the battle. In a war millions may die, but the cause may be well justified, as in the defeat of Hitler and an utterly racist Nazism. And to many communists, the cause of a communist utopia was such as to justify all the deaths. The irony of this is that communism in practice, even after decades of total control, did not improve the lot of the average person, but usually made their living conditions worse than before the revolution. It is not by chance that the greatest famines have occurred within the Soviet Union (about 5,000,000 dead during 1921-23 and 7,000,000 from 1932-3) and communist China (about 27,000,000 dead from 1959-61). In total almost 55,000,000 people died in various communist famines and associated diseases, a little over 10,000,000 of them from democidal famine. This is as though the total population of Turkey, Iran, or Thailand had been completely wiped out. And that something like 35,000,000 people fled communist countries as refugees, as though the countries of Argentina or Columbia had been totally emptied of all their people, was an unparalleled vote against the utopian pretensions of Marxism-Leninism.

    But communists could not be wrong. After all, their knowledge was scientific, based on historical materialism, an understanding of the dialectical process in nature and human society, and a materialist (and thus realistic) view of nature. Marx has shown empirically where society has been and why, and he and his interpreters proved that it was destined for a communist end. No one could prevent this, but only stand in the way and delay it at the cost of more human misery. Those who disagreed with this world view and even with some of the proper interpretations of Marx and Lenin were, without a scintilla of doubt, wrong. After all, did not Marx or Lenin or Stalin or Mao say that. . . . In other words, communism was like a fanatical religion. It had its revealed text and chief interpreters. It had its priests and their ritualistic prose with all the answers. It had a heaven, and the proper behavior to reach it. It had its appeal to faith. And it had its crusade against nonbelievers.

    What made this secular religion so utterly lethal was its seizure of all the state’s instrument of force and coercion and their immediate use to destroy or control all independent sources of power, such as the church, the professions, private businesses, schools, and, of course, the family.]

    Mass Murder

    what the fascist left have been aiming for is to “equate” good with evil.. that’s the only way they can appease their conscience in the face of the harsh reality they are trying to escape from because it does not fit in with their ideological utopian matrix.. if there is no good vs evil, then all is good even if [the] all is evil.. – bg


  • bg


    Ron Paul & Barack Obama

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama will not
    stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama blame the
    USA for terrorist attacks against Americans.

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama believe the USA has a history of
    being an evil bully in the world and not a force for good in the world.

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama have an
    insane following and a cult of personality.

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama believe insane leftist
    Dennis Kucinich is qualified to serve in the government.

    -Ron Paul and Barack Obama despise conservative Christians.

    re: #31 December 25, 2011 at 12:59 pm bg

    scroll up for more..


  • paz

    How are you trigger happy, arm chair commandos gonna pay for more wars?

  • Do your homework. Paul’s foreign policy is the same as George Washington’s.

  • bg
  • bg


    who would you Ron Paul soldiers prefer to surrendering to??


  • WillofLa

    I can tell you right now that Ron Paul will not drop out. He didn’t drop out the last time he ran and as a matter of fact he made a point of telling everyone that he was not going to give his delegates away to support anyone, and he kept all his money as well. So he thinks that he is due the Presidency by way of having the ideas of what would help the country. Some of his ideas are good, but no better than anyone else’s ideas. If we had a candidate that was a little like all of the candidates then we’d have the one we want. But, unfortunately we don’t have anyone we can say has enough of what we’re looking for to vote confidently to be able to beat Obama. Otherwise as long as we keep this crap up with Paul, we’re not going to be able to beat anyone. Newt and Romney have to much Democrat in either one of them to be a conservative and give us the confidence we need to believe that either one of them would actually do what they say they are going to do. What we’re going to end up with is a “establishment GOP’er” who will say those words we hate to hear, “It was worse than we thought after we got in there. So we’re not going to be able to do what we said right away, maybe later on we’ll be able to do what we said.”

    I don’t think that is sitting well with any of us right now. I am suspect of Paul’s foreign policy and believe he would be more of an embarrassment to the country than anything else. He also is a Libertarian, and what that means is he’s liable to do some things that conservatives would absolutely be against.

    But after all the likes and dislikes we have to come down to only one thing, and that is can he beat Obama with the Democrat base, the support financially from all the Hollywood liberals, the huge banking and foreign investor bundler’s, the huge support from the Socialist/Communist conspirator’s, and all the young people who believe Obama actually is doing what is best for this nation in bringing it down to where they believe it should be because of all the bad things it has done to weaker innocent people’s from other nations who couldn’t defend themselves from our power. People like that don’t have the slightest idea of what this nation was formed for, they don’t know what this nation is supposed to be doing, and they reject the idea that exceptionalism is good for everyone in the world.

    The left does believe in class strata where people who are less educated, less successful, less wealth, and less intellegence should be down below them. And I know that that sort of attitude is found amoung conservatives to. But the difference between them is conservatives believe that everyone should have the opportunity to make themselves better, and should. Liberals believe that since you are less than them, you should be happy staying in your strata all your life and serve them.

  • avery

    Ron Paul, to build a border fence would be to keep people in not out.Bush and mCcain was not a Conservate.but was and would be,better to what we have now.

  • bg


    America’s last days, from self destruct folly to outright fail.. *sigh*


  • bg


    whether or not he wins the nomination (& albeit i don’t believe he has
    a prayer) i’ll tell you one reason Ron Paul will make the history books..

    having the most supporters who voted for another
    4 years (ergo, possibly for life) of Obama in 2012


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  • donh

    A vote for Paul is not a vote for Paul…It is a protest vote against the globalist big government fascist RINOS being shoved by the establishment. They feel confidant the Tea Party is defeated to the point we can be abused to no end. Their successful take down of Joe Miller, Sharon Angle, and Christine O’Donnell…their successful PR of why we must fail . Why we have no choice but mismanage of the legislative agenda . They are very confidant you can be fear mongered into swallowing Romney / Gingrich by whipping your back with relentless hate mongering . Fear your disobediance to evil candidates re-elects Obama is all they have to offer . It is a morally bankrupt message from politicians who have sold their soul to the devil, and want you to follow their fall into Hell . A vote for Paul is forces better candidates to come off the sidelines or 3rd party entry by Trump . It is time to walk the path of civil war or the chains of your bondage will tighten around your ankles.

  • BillMaherSUCKS

    Ron Paul is a racist goof just like Obama and his Marxist pastors and mentors.
    Remember when Ron Paul said he wants to legalize heroin and said “who would run out and buy heroin tomarrow if it was made legal?” I’ll tell you who. Heroin Addicts would. The evil loser Bill Maher supports Ron Paul and Obama and the murderous racist, misogynistic OWS rape festivals.
    Bill Maher is the scum of the earth. He is still supporting terrorists just as if it’s still the day after 9/11 when he called the terrorists brave and out soldiers cowards.

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  • donh

    The point of voting for Ron Paul is to give irritable bowel syndrom to the DC beltway, the sleezy boys over at Fox, the am radio talk show hosts who monger the philosophies of being a short term loser, and to pass judgement on the Boner back step dance in the House. It is to give people like Dick Lugie a sinking feeling in the pit of their stomach…that Tea Party power still rises. There are so many resons to vote for Paul beyond Paul himself, and in the end Paul is unlikely to be the nominee. They will sack one of the top tier players and bring fat boy Christie off the bench.

  • RedBeard

    Ron Paul is a deluded old goofball of dubious mental stability. My “protest” vote against the RNC establishment (not that I intend to do such a thing) would be better spent on writing in the name of my Labrador Retriever.

  • kato

    Obama. Ron Paul. This really has become a nation of morons.

  • lester

    Patty- we did support the mujahadeen in the 80’s in their effort to drive out the communists. Also, Israel did kinda sorta support Hamas in an effort to weaken the PLO which under Arafat was their big enemy.

  • YourMaster

    I would much rather prefer fox concentrating on debasing 0bama
    ….do what they did completely ignore focus on republican canidates.
    and always bring up 0bamacare… everywhere…. obama goes to campaign in any state

    ….bring up 0bamacare in that state while he is campaigning…
    every time they are reminded about what the democrats
    did… the voters will punish them for it.

  • atticcellar

    #58 heroin addicts are going to rush out and buy heroin whether it is legal or not. This is a fact. America has more of its citizens in prisons than any other nation on earth (corporate for profit gulags) filled with non violent drug users. This is a huge drain on the economy. It does not reform the offender as the drugs are also rampant in the prisons. It is a bad joke designed to make the government bigger and the corporate prisons holding these citizens billions of dollars. End the wars (including the failed war on drugs), End the foreign privately owned FED.. Ron Paul.. 2012

  • Kevin71

    I didn’t realize the Washington Post knew who Jeremiah Wright was or that there was anything wrong with any of his views. Wow, if only they’d have informed us back when Obama was running for President that his pastor of MANY years had such a strange world view…

  • Jim Gleason

    Funny – Neocon’s who advocate sanctions are not isolationists, but Ron Paul is?

    We put an embargo on a country (say Iran and Cuba for example). That means we don’t trade or sell to them, their people starve and suffer and the dicatators blame us….makes us even more hated. Castro had done it for 60 years, kids! He fed off of us and hatred towards the US.

    Close our foreign bases, let Israel fend for themselves, stop sending billions to foreign governments ($ we borrow from China in the first place).
    Our only hope is Ron Paul.

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  • JimFromCT

    I think powers that be need to get together and decide whether Ron Paul is a crazy right wing Bircher-Stormfront-Confederate nut or a crazy left wing Jeremiah Wright-Code Pink-Chomskyite nut. Can’t we get some consistency in the narrative here?

  • troy hardee

    Oh come all ye faithful,! Joy full and triumphant oh come ye oh come ye to Iowa!

    Wow I got banned from posting at The Washington Post! Boo hoo!

    Huckabee: Paul has no shot at GOP nomination

    I Just Have To Say Huckabee: YOU HAVE NO SHOT AT BEING RON PAUL!

  • Cary

    Well…. What’s really remarkable to me is that the msm seems to think that their pronouncements that Dr. Paul want be the Republican nominee are reality. One thing that they obviously don’t understand is that people who vote for Ron Paul don’t care what party he might be the nominee of or if they have to write him in. What we care about is the value of the mans principals and the foundation core values he has.

    I’m equally sure the author of this article probably is quick to point out that Dr. Paul should be discredited for his failure to read every newsletter. Perhaps he should also do the same before he allows his articles to post.

    remeber that?”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • RedBeard

    JimFromCT, I agree it would be nice to figure out exactly what makes a nutball like Ron Paul tick. But first, Ron Paul has to figure out what makes himself tick. Since he seems quite unable to decide, it’s going to be difficult for anyone else to say anything definitive.

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  • BS61

    #38 atticcellar commented:
    Patty; OMG he would shut down the criminal CIA.. He would stop attacking countries that did nothing against the US.. On the contrary the US and its CIA has been oppressing the people in far away lands installing tyrants for decades including Saddam..

    Will he do it by executive order? Because he won’t get it through Congress!