Why Ron Paul's Plan of Cutting 5 Departments/Cabinet-Posts Is Reasonable
There is allot of misunderstanding when it comes to Ron Paul, I'm not really surprised given the kind of coverage he's been getting over the last couple of years. So I'm his self-appointed defender for the stuff I agree with, which is more than I had initially realized... though my implementation ideas tend to be different especially since I view society & it's present & future differently than Ron Paul does.
Ron Paul Basically Called for Armed Revolution This Week by Kevin Drum
Me: On the one hand, GOP States listen to Fox News which is lying like crazy and painting a picture which isn't accurate (including leaving out GOP's self-sabotage). This creates an echo chamber where all this misinformation goes round & round. On the other hand, simple facts that many of us are familiar with haven't come to light publicly, so there is reason to mistrust the Government (especially given the last administration's un-prosecuted activities):"Jefferson obviously was a clear leader on the principle of nullification," the former Texas congressman said of the third president. "I’ve been working on the assumption that nullification is going to come. It’s going to be a de facto nullification. It’s ugly, but pretty soon things are going to get so bad that we’re just going to ignore the feds and live our own lives in our own states."
Stories Media Has Blown
Is GOP A Hate Group?
Me: I don't get this, so I'm skipping it.....He tore into the Constitution’s 17th Amendment. Ratified in 1913, it’s the one that allows for the direct election of U.S. senators by popular vote. "That undermined the principle importance of the states," said Paul.
He criticized the 16th Amendment, which allowed the federal income tax. After the crowd chanted "End the Fed," Paul decried the printing of more money by the Federal Reserve. "We need someone to stand up to the authoritarians," he said. "They’re dictators."
Me: So many secret activities listed above and it's done by taxing us... to spy on us! Then people are killed using our tax money while not telling us who or why. I don't understand why your cool with that.
....He stressed that the constitutional "right to keep and bear arms" was not for hunting, but to allow rebellion against tyrannical governments. "The Second Amendment was not there so you could shoot rabbits," he said. "Right now today, we have a great threat to our liberties internally."
GOP - The War Party - Illustrated
Me: It might be. Ron Paul might be responding to Fox Business as if they are telling the truth. It's hard to trust the media when it's so obviously biased and lying on a regular basis. & they are pretending to be honourable in a skillful way on that channel.
Would love to continue this conversation. :)