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Ron Paul brings substance to a poorly moderated debate
The only thing that this debate had in common with the rest of the Republican debates was that the moderators did not moderate, and that Ron Paul walked away as the only candidate to provide any substance...once again.
Anyone who thinks that the media doesn't like to pick and choose candidates should watch the first ten minutes of the debate at the Reagan Library. The moderators saw fit to abandon the rules immediately and allowed Rick Perry and Mitt Romney to fire jabs at each other and waste precious debate time. While it may have been fun to watch the two establishment candidates rail against each other, it only diminished the integrity of the entire debate that supposedly had six other people. Once the dust settled, other candidates began to chime in....
When Paul refers to liberty and the Constitution as the law of the land, Americans with any shred of historical sense about them will be drawn to such a message of individual responsibility and limited government.
He abhors executive orders. Legislation is to originate in Congress, not the president, so Obama's "Jobs bill of 400+ billion is AGAIN another unconstitutional procedure.
Congress declares war, NOT the executive branch. Paul understands this. I find it interesting that now Newt is talking about auditing the banking cartel called the Federal Reserve. Bill Still has it right, those who control the AMOUNT of currency has control of the monetary system and the economy. We need CONGRESS to regain control of this constitutional responsibility, and reverse the Act of 1913 which gave the FED this power. Ron Paul understands this. I liked his perspective on a border fence. It might be used to "keep us in" He has been around a while, and years usually bring wisdom that younger generations have yet to learn. I liked the point in the article about isolationism. They blame Paul of this, but he only understands "foreign entaglements" more than the rest seem to. Fences and "showing our papers" in a police state clamp down is bad news.