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December 30, 2007

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Don

“Our country desperately needs a strong, conservative leader”

Spot on, Julie!

Can you name any candidate of any party, or even an independent candidate, who has a verifiable record of being more truly conservative than my guy Dr. Ron Paul? Surely it can’t be someone who is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

mad_cow

Don,

You know I've always respected Ron Paul's view of limited government. He always stood up, many times alone, for individual liberty and fiscal responsibility. He is a believer in strict adherence to our Constitution and I'm in total agreement. I just do not think he is the right man for the job of Commander-in-Chief. I also am a bit turned off by his campaign. There's just something about it I don't like. He seems so combative at times...

His position on the Iraq war, and the War on Islamic Terrorists, is what bothers me most. I don't believe we can disengage ourselves from the world and hope for the best. I don't believe we are in this war because of our foreign policy or any actions we've taken, or not taken. Radical Muslims want to kill us and nothing we do, short of converting to Islam and adopting Sharia will change that. We must be pro-active. Maybe we've made mistakes, that's to be expected. That does not mean we should surrender.

Fred's the Man!

Julie :)

Don

Well, Osama bin Laden said that the reason for the 9/11 attack was the presence of US forces in Arab lands and the 9/11 commission agreed that was likely the reason. I know that radical Muslims want to either convert, enslave, or kill all of us “infidels” but they’re better able to do that over there than they would be by trying to come after us here if we used our armed forces to secure our borders. We would still have a world-wide strike capability if it were needed to retaliate against any nation or group that decided to attack the USA.

We see what our present foreign policy has gotten us. We don’t know until we try it what would happen if we changed it.

It’s not just radical Muslims that our policy offends, either. People all around the world that once admired and respected the USA have become disenchanted, or worse, with us. They see the USA as a bully nation, almost a wannabe world empire,and are turning against us whereas at one time they would have stood side by side with us.

The main point to me though is that I think preemptive undeclared war is just plain unconstitutional.

War is a tool that the Council on Foreign Relations uses to further its agenda of creating a “One World” government to benefit a relatively few elitists and to make us their serfs. I wish Thompson would resign from the CFR and loudly denounce its agenda…..but if he did, the CFR would see to it that he wouldn’t have a prayer of being elected.

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The Federalist Papers

  • Degree of Madness
    "...... ambitious encroachments of the federal government, on the authority of the State governments, would not excite the opposition of a single State, or of a few States only. They would be signals of general alarm.....But what DEGREE OF MADNESS could ever drive the federal government to such an extremity." Federalist #46 James Madison

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