The Ron Paul banned 20/20 interview

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    Thanks for providing the interview. When it comes to illegal drugs, I wish these interviewers would relate the issue to prescription drugs and ask what should be the government's role there? Not sure whether it is Ron Paul's stance that everything should be available over-the-counter? It sure would help me figure out how I feel about what he is saying about the whole matter of drugs and the government.
     
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    Why was the interview banned? That's weird. Dr. Paul is probably the only politician even worth listening to at this point. He does make the Socialists/Progressives and Neocons nervous though. It's all about power & control over the people for them. I think his philosophy scares them. They don't want the people to have real Freedom & Liberty. He's a target. I respect the man and enjoy listening to him speak. Thanks dvinman.
     
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    I would not just say the socialists, progressives, & neocons


    he makes a lot of people who are not solidly in the libertarian camp raise an eyebrow

    just sayin'
     
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    Ann Coulter in a lot of ways is no different than Keith Olbermann & Rachel Maddow of NBC. That's why i always crack up when they angrily insult each other. All three are just frothing at the mouth simpletons. They're just way too caught up in that 'R' vs. 'D' thing to think rationally. All three will defend the indefensible when their side is clearly guilty. Personally,i'm all done with the Socialist/Progressive & Neocon simpletons. They're both currently destroying our nation. So preach on Dr. Paul. Some of us are listening.
     
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    If you play the interview backwards, Paul clearly says "Libocalypse is SATAN"
     
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    Banning interviews is soo Socialist/Progressive. Shame Shame.
     
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    The government has no role in the drug issue in any way. It's unconstitutional for starters, and immoral. If you believe in the concept of self-ownership then the government making it illegal for people to put some substance into their body is absolutely ridiculous.
     

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