Don't believe the media lies. Here is Paul's true stance on foreign policy.

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    JUST JOKING!

    here it really is:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtQTTSmc-CU]Ron Paul's Foreign Policy: Peace & Respect - Not Intimidation, Bribes & War - YouTube[/ame]

    sounds good to me.
     
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    I will say Ron Paul is the candidate I would likely choose to check me for worms.
     
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    Glad that you agree with his platform so much that you can't think of anything bad to say about it. Nice.
     
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    But on the other hand I know one end of the spear is in places like Guam and Diego Garcia.....so on other things he couldnt be more wrong.
     
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    Just about everything Ron Paul says makes sense. However, that doesn't mean he has a workable solution for anything. Since the Constitution was written, there have been huge changes in government, laws, and society. If Ron Paul were president, he would accomplish nothing.
     
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    yeah he would do nothing since obviously liberty, peace, and prosperity are not worth even trying to achieve right? Might as well settle for Bush 2.0, more political corruption, and a cradle to grave orwellian nightmare. Sounds good.
     
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    I understand what he's trying to do. In principal, many agree with him. However, when principal turns to practice, there won't be any support. Eliminating Medicare, Social Security and most everything the government does is just not what most Americans want.
     
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    cite where he said when he takes office he will destroy either of those programs. thanks.
     
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    I think it comes down to this.

    Do you want to run a candidate who can actually beat Obama? If no, then go with Paul. If yes, then pick another candidate. Whether you like it or not, America is a center right country. And no one who runs on far right or far left policies can win. And, if they win, like St Barack, they can't govern that way.

    The left should have learned this lesson with Obama. The right should learn it now.

    Center policies are what run this nation at its best.
     
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    I was there when obama won, and im pretty sure you were there to.

    Everyone says that Ron Paul has no electability, but none says why. If thats not the issue then the issue is 'he wont be able to do anything', but agian, none says why.

    I think Ron Paul has the best chance of winning of -any- republican candidate, because he has the ability to capture the indipendants, like myself.
     

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