View Full Version : OPEN LETTER TO RON PAUL on very important TALKING POINT

01-17-2012, 01:47 AM
Raziuddin Siddiqui, a Pakistani, contributed for the United States during the Manhattan Project, could also be done by scientists in Pakistan, for their own people."[8] Raziuddin Siddiqui was a Pakistani theoretical physicist who, in the early 1940s, worked on both the British nuclear program and the US nuclear program.[20] Although a few Pakistanis worked on the Manhattan Project who were also willing to return and do the same for their native Pakistan, Prime Minister Bhutto still needed to recruit and bring in other Pakistani nuclear scientists and engineers who never worked in the United States. This is where Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, a German educated metallurgical engineer, came into the picture. Some of the initial funding came from oil-rich Arab states, particularly Saudi Arabia.

This quote is just a bit of history showing that Pakistan has been advancing in nuclear weaponry since the 1940s. We all know this ,or so we should know it . Now use this information to your advantage as you defend non-intervention.Pakistani government communication with the U.S. president and politicians is breaking down and it can result in complete disaster if it is not fixed soon.

In June 2001, President General Pervez Musharraf vowed that Pakistan's "mininum nuclear deterrence" would not "be compromised," but stated that "Pakistan's nuclear capability is entirely for self-defense."[36]

Ron Paul if you are reading this,or anyone close to Ron Pauls campaign please inform him of this talking point:

Obama made an illegal order to send navy seals into Pakistan a sovereign nation which is armed with nuclear weapons capable of not only wiping out our armed forces stationed in the middle east, but of launching an attack on the U.S. in retaliation of an attack directed by Obama illegally inside of Pakistan without informing the government of Pakistan(pakistani government was unaware of the operation) or having a legal congressional declaration of war or letter of marquee and reprisal. Obama compromised the safety and the security of thousands of american troops ,and the peace of this nation by sending soldiers into Pakistan to not capture but kill one man. Is this the kind of leadership we want?10 years of nation building and a bumbling president using a dangerous situation to garner political leverage? Pakistan has been nuclear capable since the 1970s and is more than capable of doing harm if our president is willing to ignore the leadership of other countries which may act in self defense with immense proportions.President Obama is testing the patience of many countries which do not want us there,and to start nuclear war with a country that actually has nuclear weapons would be irrational,arrogant and reckless!

Please study this talking point Ron Paul

If you are being attacked politically for your peaceful non-intervention policy,deflect it onto Obama's recklessness.Use this talking point to show how foolish intervention and undeclared war is.

by the way.You are awesome Dr.Paul, you did great,we just need to hammer back at the establishment with their propaganda games.

01-17-2012, 01:53 AM
:rolleyes: :toady: :rolleyes:

01-17-2012, 10:44 AM
It certainly could have been handle much differently than a covert action.

Your with me or against me, but we possess a search warrant for Osama Bin Laden. You help, or we turn this place upside down, in your support of the man the USA has declared war on.

Friend or foe, you have a choice!

Take it or leave it.
No nation building, or occupation here. Total annihilation, and leave... Our congress is ready to vote today.

Negotiation done.

That way the sovereign nation of Pakistan, would have had a say in their future. As it is now, we are already talking a regime change there, too!