And here is another one.
MISTRUTH: Ron Paul has crazy ideas.
TRUTH: Ron Paul threatens the status quo. He wants to bring the troops home and return to Constitutionally-based government. His opponents call him names to try to silence his growing support.
Excerpt from The Revolution: A Manifesto, page x:
With national bankruptcy looming, politicians from both parties continue to make multitrillion-dollar promises of ‘free’ goods from the government, and hardly a soul wonders if we can still afford to have troops in – this is not a misprint – 130 countries around the world. All of this is going to come to an end sooner or later, because financial reality is going to make itself felt in very uncomfortable ways. But instead of thinking about what this means for how we conduct our foreign and domestic affairs, our chattering classes seem incapable of speaking in anything but the emptiest platitudes, when they can be bothered to address serious issues at all. Fundamental questions like this, and countless others besides, are off the table in our mainstream media, which focuses our attention on trivialities and phony debates as we march toward oblivion.
This is the deadening consensus that crosses party lines, that dominates our major media, and that is strangling the liberty and prosperity that were once the birthright of Americans. Dissenters who tell their fellow citizens what is really going on are subject to smear campaigns that, like clockwork, are aimed at the political heretic. Truth is treason in the empire of lies.
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Watch Ron Paul explain his views to the editorial board of the Concord Monitor [link at http://www.concordmonitor.com/codesn...itorial-board]