Ron Paul With Jon Stewart – Daily Show Video (9/26/2011) 3 Part Video!

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Presidential contender and Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) met up with Jon Stewart on Monday night to highlight his libertarian views, to speak out against the media for ignoring him and to convince “Daily Show” viewers that he’s a viable 2012 candidate.

Paul, who is known for having some very strong opinions, also discussed his opposition to the drug war, among other related issues. While Stewart isn’t known for his niceties when it comes to addressing Republican candidates, he called Paul, ”one of the last consistent politicians that we see in this world.”

The Blaze

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The essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government.

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1837: Following his years of fighting against the Rothschilds and their central bank in America, President Andrew Jackson finally succeeds in throwing the Rothschilds central bank out of America. It would not be until 1913 that the Rothschilds would be able to set up their third central bank in America, the Federal Reserve.

Thus the need for the Glass Steagall Act by FDR, which protected Americans from Rothschild exploitation by investment banking. Bill Clinton subsequently repealed The Glass Steagall Act in 1999, which allowed Rothschild to foment a housing bubble, using fraudulent derivative backed mortgages. This then led to the pretext for too big to fail by Rothschild cronies, which subjugates Americans, to pay off $Trillions worth of printed money.

Re-Introduction of the Glass Steagall Act, would retroactively make Rothschild responsible for his own housing bubble debt, and retroactively lower the debt ceiling into normal levels. 1845: Andrew Jackson (The 7th President of the United States) dies.

This Great Patriot leaves instructions in his will to have, “I Killed The Bank,” inscribed on his headstone, a reference to the fact he banished the Rothschilds second Central bank in the United States from the US in 1837.