Skip to comments.Palin endorses Ron Paul's position on international militarism
Posted on 10/22/2011 5:09:11 PM PDT by Captain Kirk
Youve got to give it to Ron Paul," Palin said. "Whether you agree with everything he says or not, at least he is one there in Congress trying to make our President stick to the law and understand that Congress does have a role to play in these foreign policy decisions that are made and Ron Paul, I think hit the nail on the head, when he came out and said Obama had better be careful when he interjects himself and our country in other nations business.
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Here in Kentucky we remember and respect the idea that some folks would rather be right than be President.
The lady is far from down for the count; and the fat lady ain’t yet sung either, by a long shot!
“Here in Kentucky we remember and respect the idea that some folks would rather be right than be President”.
LOVE THAT QUOTE !
Agree with the part about bringing the troops home and stop waisting money on foreign wars.
It’s too bad he doesn’t know where to draw the line, because Ron Paul really does have the right idea about a lot of stuff. He just crosses over into the “nut” zone too often to have credibility with a lot of people.
Rand Paul is a lot better.
Well that is a willful misreading of what Palin actually said. She was praising Paul for pushing that the President needed to get Congressional approval for his actions. She was not blanket endorsing Paul’s “Blame America First” nuttiness
Yawn.... OTOH, will she be going on Dancing for the Stars?
Dr. Paul also said we could balance the budget in 3 years under his plan, 8 years under another plan his son and Hannity supported which Dr. Paul said was a excellent plan as well.
Hannity [a registered conservative] said he wanted Ron Paul to appear on his show more often, as it would get his message out to a larger viewing audience. Paul said he would take it under consideration.
I agree with Palin if she was refering to this interview of this week. She is part of the Fox team.
This is the Ron Paul economic plan in agreement.
The interview is here but I am not an Insider.
Sarah appears to agree with Ron Paul on this narrow issue, but no one should state or imply that she agrees with Ron Paul on all or even most foreign relations issues.
I heard that interview on Hannity. I don’t hear Ron Paul’s voice often. I thought he sounded very coherent, not what you hear some Freepers say about him.
Speaking of misreading; IMO Paul has not "blamed America first". His statement was merely that we should at least pay attention to the reasons the jihadists gave for attacking us. That does not make it "blaming America".
Sarah can put lipstick on Paul but he’s still a nut (who has occasional moments of clarity).
Drunks have “moments of clarity.” So does Paul.
Just not often enough.
It is Dancing with the Stars dipwad.
He talks fiscal responsibility and I know he’s a Constitutionalist. To his benefit, he doesn’t need the “cult of personality” thing. He might just go in and do what needs to be done. Damn the torpedoes!
I'm sure you mean dancing "with" the stars,
But since you're so bored, maybe you should grab a 5-hour energy drink and get a clue...
So far Paul is the only candidate that has stated that he will reduce the size, cost, reach and intrusiveness of the federal government.
Sadly some here are upset that he will cut their “sacred” parts of it too.
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