Three Republican Candidates to Address AIPAC - Ron Paul Not Invited

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    Three GOP candidates to Address AIPAC - JTA


    Even though my opinion doesn't really count in this particular instance, Ron Paul has my support primarily for his stance on Israel. And if I were him I'd be honoured to be excluded from this parade of prostitutes to Khazar Zionism and a group that undeniably infringes upon American sovereignty.
     
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    Paul continually makes the case that Israel should be free to exercise their sovereignty and act how they want without the US getting in their way. Israel says it won't warn the US before it strikes Iran. Why should they? They're a free country.

    You would THINK they would want him there more than the others.
     
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    I'm hearing that he will be there. Also, Obama will be there. Ultimately what difference does it make either way?
     
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    Where are you hearing this?
     
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    CNN mentioned this morning that all the gop hopefuls would be there. But like I said, does it really matter?
     
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    The media doesnt recognize Paul when they say "all". Just earlier David Gregory was interviewing Cantor, and he talked about the Virginia primary ballot and said "there's no one else on the ballot with Romney". Cantor had to correct him and mention that Paul is on there as well.

    So I'll believe they mean Paul as well, when I SEE it.
     
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    In the grand scheme of things, no, it doesn't really matter. But it certainly alludes to a sense of paranoia rippling through the Zionist ranks and them recognising his influence. Censoring or suppressing Ron Paul is like trying to force a basketball under water with your bare hands, in that no matter how hard you try, it'll always resurface.
     
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    It's all about the benjamins.

    I thought Glenn Greenwald summed up this event nicely.

    https://twitter.com/#!/ggreenwald/status/176341357424672770
     

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