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May 19, 2007

Ron Paul On Tucker Carlson On Foreign Policy

by Doug Mataconis

Ron Paul appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show a few hours before the MSNBC debate on May 3rd and actually got a chance to explain his views on foreign policy without having to worry about stupid 30, 60, or 90 second time limits, or being shouted down by a loud-mouth from the Bronx:

Frankly, I don’t see what anyone who believes in limited government and the Constitution would find objectionable in what he said.

H/T: Lew Rockwell

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2 Comments

  1. “Frankly, I don’t see what anyone who believes in limited government and the Constitution would find objectionable in what he said.”

    Simple, they’d be a neo-libertarian that thinks that somehow our actions abroad should be guided by different principles than our domestic policies.

    Comment by Seer — May 20, 2007 @ 12:34 pm
  2. That was awesome. He needs to use this to educate other voters about himself.

    Comment by TerryP — May 20, 2007 @ 7:03 pm

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