Dana Loesch on Ron Paul and the Tea Party

Here is a good article by Dana Loesch.  I basically agree with her here – Ron Paul has some good things to say and is hard to fault in some ways.  That being said, I believe his foreign policy is ridiculously naive.  There are other things about Paul’s views which are troublesome and there’s more to say about them  …  but … for now … have a look at this article.  I think she puts it rather well when she says:

Citing A.C. Kleinheider’s hatchet job? Really? It’s not “neoconservative” to say that terrorists responsible for murdering Americans should be destroyed (I covered the speech for PJTVlistened and Tweeted Palin’s speech). It’s not “neoconservative” to point out that Obama & Co. rushed to inform the panty bomber of his Miranda Rights after questioning him for only 50 minutes and not getting all the answers before giving him rights he neither deserved nor respected – and to say that such a thing shouldn’t happen again.

Read the rest ..


4 responses

  1. DysfunctionalParrot

    Ron Paul has many, many great ideas. But he’s not a “complete” painting in many ways: ie. foreign policy. Too bad.

    February 10, 2010 at 10:16 pm

  2. Ron Paul appears to be naive, but he is not. Anything but. Here’s what he knows. I know he knows these things because of his roots in the Liberty movement in the 1980s and the company he still keeps.

    A. Predatory bankers run the world. They create wars and fun both side so that nations go into debt to them. Watch “The Money Masters” ( IT revels the malevolent power structure that Dr. Paul understands dply. Learn how he power elite use the Hegelian dialectic. Learn about false-flag terror. Ron Paul understands these things.

    B. Al Qaeada is a CIA creation. Bin Laden was a CIA asset right up to 911. He is dead now. Al Qaeda as a tools of the Anglo-American empire has two main functions. 1) Create wars and 2) justify a police state control grid. The CIA basically runs America. (That’s a recent Ron Paul quote.)

    People who have not looked into these things call Ron Paul a nut. But he is *not* naive. There is nothing new under the sun. There were terrorists in George Washington’s day –pirates. There is a constitutional methods for dealing with terrorists called letters of marque that do not result in the loss of our freedoms.

    No, Dr. Paul is not naive. Neocons are. They don’t even know they are the political decedents of Leon Trotsky. But that’s a whole other topic.

    February 11, 2010 at 4:16 pm

  3. DysfunctionalParrot

    His understanding of the monetary system is brilliant. Put that guy in charge of the Treasury and the American dollar might mean something again.

    But his geo-political ideas are a tad simplistic. I doubt America could deal with the logical consequences of non-intervention in terrorist states. I know it sounds a bit intrusive, but just ignoring Iran for example wouldn’t do anyone any good.

    I also did not appreciate the way the media did everything and anything to discredit the man during the debates. Absolute criminal hypocrisy for CNN, NBC and ABC to call FOX biased after that display of yellow journalism.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:48 pm

  4. I turned my comment above into a facebook note with a lot of hyperlinks for those who want to research what I am saying.

    February 11, 2010 at 6:52 pm

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