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May 16, 2007

Ron Paul Demands Giuliani Read the 9-11 Report & Apologise

by tarran

Give Ron Paul enough time to talk, and he says some wonderful things.

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  1. Ron totally called Rudy out, and rightfully so! Way to go Ron!

    Comment by Thinker — May 16, 2007 @ 5:26 pm
  2. damn, missed it.

    Comment by Michael — May 16, 2007 @ 5:29 pm
  3. here it is…

    Comment by Michael — May 16, 2007 @ 5:30 pm
  4. We must get Ron Paul elected at any cost! …for the sake of our country and our future.

    Comment by Torchbearer — May 16, 2007 @ 5:32 pm
  5. Ron Paul on Beck CNN at 7pm

    Comment by Flo — May 16, 2007 @ 5:58 pm
  6. Really, torchbearer, at any cost?

    Would you sell your home and give the money to Dr Paul?

    I’m sorry, but hyperbole tends to irritate me. Unless it’s my jeremiads about people being forced to use Federal Reserve Notes at gunpoint. those are ok.

    Comment by tarran — May 16, 2007 @ 6:29 pm
  7. Nice callout… if nothing else he’s getting some national attention for the whole situation in the debate.

    Comment by Ryan — May 16, 2007 @ 6:41 pm
  8. If anyone wants to look this up…….Ron Paul
    is right……check page 392 of the Commisions report.

    Comment by Flo — May 16, 2007 @ 7:35 pm
  9. That has to be the most superb 6 minutes Ron Paul’s had of many exceptional moments so far in this presidential campaign.

    One can just imagine Giulani ready to don his lawyer’s clothes & attempt to put Ron in jail just to shut him up.

    Way to go, Ron! Keep it up!!

    Comment by Tim — May 16, 2007 @ 8:01 pm
  10. [...] Apologize Giuliani… Posted May 17, 2007 Paul is unbelievable here… [...]

    Pingback by Apologize Giuliani... « Ron Paul 2008 — May 16, 2007 @ 9:56 pm
  11. Ron Paul did much better explaining his stance in this interview than he did last night.

    However, I have a question; did he call for invading Pakistan?

    Comment by Kevin — May 16, 2007 @ 11:30 pm
  12. Ron Paul is not calling for an invasion of Pakistan. He simply wants to quit giving people in Pakistan tax payer money.

    Comment by Sams_Choice — May 17, 2007 @ 12:47 am
  13. “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.”

    Mahatma Gandhi

    I think we are somewhere between the THEY RIDICULE YOU and THEY FIGHT YOU… so it’s good because after that RON PAUL will WIN!

    Comment by Andras Ludanyi — May 17, 2007 @ 3:39 am
  14. War, war, war! We need more war! To hell with Ron Paul! WE WANT WAR!! After all, how can we have a gigantic government (and gigantic defense profits) without war? Let’s not look into the details of cause and effect – we’re good, they’re evil, let’s roll! BOMB THE CHILDREN, THEY ARE WORST TERRORISTS OF ALL.


    Comment by Warran Warmonger — May 17, 2007 @ 11:10 am
  15. [...] my part, I will simply state here that 1) Dr. Paul was essentially correct in what he said (and has challenged Giuliani to read the 9/11 Commission Report and then acknowledge so) 2) he could have said it better and more tactfully, and 3) Giuliani scored big points with the [...]

    Pingback by Borg Blog » Dan Flynn on Ron Paul and His Foreign Policy Detractors — May 17, 2007 @ 2:14 pm
  16. He came across better here. He seemed less nervous and in less of a defensive posture. I guess that’s part of having a room full of people cheering against him. I love that he isn’t backing down at all. Some critisize Wolf here, but at least he didn’t have a shout-down like some cable news guys would have done. Did any of you see CNN-HN’s Glenn Beck show attack him? Beck also went after him for not showing up on his show. Beck was in attack mode.

    Hey Glenn, he was on that other CNN network.

    Comment by John Delano — May 18, 2007 @ 3:09 pm
  17. We may not solve warfare or famine in your time. But the cure of all disease may be within our grasp. Imagine the if the trillions spent on “Wars of Choice” or “Wars against a concept” was spent testing every natural and artifical substance known to man against every disease known to man. Imagine if we spent the remainder on determinining the molecular structure and sequencing the genes of every disease so that we could construct cures that while harmless and inert to ourselves, are deadly and irrestible to the viruses, anti-viruses, and bacterias that plague us. War is not the triumph of God. War is the failure of men. Though there are necessary wars such as World War II, most wars could be prevented. For instance, if we stopped buying oil from Saudi Arabia, the money that finances terrorism would dry up and the so called “War Against Terror” would be over. It is instructive to note that no major politician has as his chief goal, destroying terrorism in this way. Perhaps they don’t really want it to stop….And besides, every major politican is getting bought by foreign oil interests and domestic big oil. We could easily use coal and nuclear energy to be free of those who fund terrorism. Unfortunately, the politicians have yet to find a way to get paid if we switch to domestic energy sources. Every pundit who says we can’t switch to domestic energy is also on they pay roll of big oil and foreign oil interests.

    Comment by Poetry — May 25, 2007 @ 7:04 am

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