Ron Paul 2012

Restore America Now! Official 2012 Campaign Site

It is an unambiguous sign of the weakness of the Republicans and indeed of the U.S. in general that  Pat Buchanan, the social and national conservative, does not have a successor among the presidential candidates. I do not agree with Paul’s libertarianism. The gold standard vs the “paper standard”, for instance, is not as far as I can see the real issue. But Paul’s politics do cover the real issue in this field, namely the need to reform – or rather, abolish – the monstrous system of the Federal Reserve and the bailed-out Wall Street banksters. Because of this, his opposition to the current hate crimes legislation and similar proto-totalitarian measures, and his foreign policy, issues which override almost everything else, Paul must of course be supported despite his weaknesses in comparison with Buchanan.

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