We all thought it. He just had the guts to say it.
This from a man that said Iran was not a threat to us.
Very sad :( For once I'll have to agree with Ron. I said the same thing. Why expose them to the very thing that caused the problem. I know you are susposed to get back on that horse when you fall off, but...
Well, then I guess someone needs to stab this politician with a pen, because this confirms that "the pen is mightier than the sword" even when wielded by a desperate, attention hungry whore like Ron Paul.
There is more to the story on his Death, Trust Me. It will come out in a few days. I would still take Ron Paul over the Kenyan
I agree with 1:24. Ron Paul is a moron.
Ron Paul is a typical Christian pacifist. If he was even just a little bit of a warmonger, and not so old, he might have won.
The irony of the statement is that Ron Paul seems to think that someone with PTSD is going to kill someone, but he doesn't support mental health requirements for owning guns.
A typical Christian pacifist. One might say that Christ was a typical Christian pacifist. That is funny.
I agree 2:34, there seems to big a huge bunch of these jerkoffs in the US, both Christian pacifists and the anti-war liberal hippie crowd. They can't seem to seperate the war from the soldier.
You will probably go to hell for being a typical Christan Pacifist
there seems to big a huge bunch of these jerkoffs in the US, both Christian pacifists and the anti-war liberal hippie crowd. They can't seem to seperate the war from the soldier.3:47 PMNot separating the war from the soldier is what PTSD is. It's easy to sit in your comfy chair and type away at how liberal weenies and Christian pacifists are wrong. Living in a war zone will change all that. You should try it for a few years and then get back to us... if you survive.
4:16...I guess you missed it but I was siding with the soldiers, and not advocating for war by doing so. They (Pacifists and hippies) hate war and they hate the soldiers. I didn't agree with the last several wars, but that is far different than placing hatred and blame on the soldiers sent to fight. No, I have never been in war zone, but I would imagine if I had fought in Iraq or Afganistan I would have came home pretty upset at our government for fighting political wars with no exit strategy, while sending military recruiters into high schools to search out vulnerable 17-18 yo's to fight.My sympathy lies there, with the soldier. I agree if you enlist, you need to carry out your duty even if it may be fighting/dying in a senselsess war. There will be times where we need to fight, where war is called for, and I have no problem with that. We also need soldiers in times of peace, to serve and protect and maintain our national defenses. All I am saying is I am tired of the Jane Fondaness of the pacifists and hippies.
Ron Paul need to go back to what he does best: espousing conspiracy theories and duping young voters. What the Fuck does he know about turning off the kill switch? TO put it another way; if you want Veterans, like myself, to have a positive outlet for our PTSD then don't get in our way. If dudes were not popping off rounds at a range they might be double-tapping a few fools.
I generally like Dr. Paul on account of the libertarianism and stuff, but that was a bonehead tweet.- DF Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver
Ron Paul was ok until this. Now he looks like Paul Sadler
Strange thing to say: he is using the truism out of context at the very least.Chris did not die in open, mortal combat. He was shanked by a sick punk he was trying to help.It would be as if Jeff Gordon was killed in a car wreck going to pick up ice cream at Braums and somebody would say,' You live by the car you die by the car.'
I live by the ice cream and will likely die by the ice cream!
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