Here are the two parts of Ron Paul’s interview with Wolf Blitzer last night. He gets to cover a lot of ground in this interview–Iraq, monetary policy, globalism, taxes, and fund raising. I also received Dr. Paul’s newsletter today that addresses a great point regarding last week’s debates
mainstream politicians NEVER attack an opponent they think is far behind. The McCain campaign, we’ve heard, is worried sick about New Hampshire, and they thought a slam at me would help. Ha! Of course, it only strengthened our forces.
Enjoy the video, and don’t forget about the Tea Party on December 16!
Becky C.’s post has me fired up.
I saw USA Today this morning and their poll listing the front runners.Â They didn’t even have Ron Paul listed among the “also rans”.
If Hillary, Obama, McCain, Romney really do make more sense to the American public than Dr. Paul, we are in deep, deep trouble.Â Honestly, I don’t think this is the case. Â Ron Paul needs to stay in the debate, stay on topic, and eventually they’ll have to acknowledge him.
Crackpots don’t even register in polls, much less lead in them.
McCain’s big concern is the rise in socialism in Latin America.
As president, McCain said he would work on political, diplomatic and economic fronts to counter the rise of socialism, including efforts to spread free trade. Yet the United States must also stress the advantages of capitalism and democracy to win “a war of ideas” in the region, he said.
I have a great idea for a starting place for the crusade against socialism–Washington D.C.