Especially in politics it is of the utmost importance to try to look behind the facade: who makes up the team of the presidential candidate. The future president of the United States of America is for a large part dependent on and being fed by his team of advisors and future cabinet members.
Ron Paul on CNBC a few hours ago. He refuses to endorse Romney when asked, explains exactly what will happen in Congress with the fiscal cliff (cynics will rejoice!), and declares boldly that both parties are essentially the same, and that in his long career he hasn’t seen a notable difference in the White House regardless of which side holds power.
“Dr. Ron Paul has been unwavering for decades in his message to end all foreign wars the United States gets involved with. He is the highest ranking US official that wants to bring all of our troops home and close hundreds of pointless US military bases around the world that serve only to extend an imperial presence. This alone justifies recognition.
The attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya and the killing of the U.S. ambassador and several aides is another tragic example of how our interventionist foreign policyundermines our national security. The more the U.S. tries to control the rest of the world, either by democracy promotion, aid to foreign governments, or by bombs, the more events spin out of control into chaos, unintended consequences, and blowback.
Ron Paul vs. The Global Military-Industrial-Financial Complex
Ron Paul is not simply the anti-war candidate. He is the National Security Candidate.
The wars in the Middle East have been sold to the American people as “national security” wars, but this is a big lie. The wars have nothing to do with America’s national security interests. So, the anti-war position is the same as the pro-national security position.
He has never voted to raise taxes. He has never voted for an unbalanced budget. He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership. He has never voted to raise congressional pay. He has never taken a government-paid junket. He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch.
New Poll: 45% Vote Ron Paul For President With 58% Favorability. In a new poll conducted by Pulse Opinion Research matching up presidential candidates Barack Obama and Ron Paul, 45% of one thousand likely voters across America said they would vote Ron Paul for President.