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I’m unfortunately finding myself at odds with a grassroots political movement, that I’ve been involved with over the past several years, resulting from America’s Federal Government becoming too big, too intrusive, and too expensive to operate. It’s the Tea Party movement. Being a very fiscal conservative, I have a problem in that our military adventurism and expansionism has had dire consequences for America throughout our modern history. Of course, this is in terms of capital and human lives. However, unless the Tea Party movement has been hijacked by the Neo-con faction of the GOP, the Tea Party has incorporated a Neo-conservatism, Neo-Keynesian mantra of big-government statists. What I mean is, fighting endless, unaffordable wars in which America has to borrow the money in order to fight. All the while while America goes broke. This is not an argument about the misguided Tea Party views, so I’ll stop at that.

The problem with the average American’s view of the military is that it’s based on revisionist history and media soundbites. It’s pure propaganda in which Americans have attached themselves to keep them from having to deal with the truth. And the problem with learning the real truth about America’s military adventurism is that once the truth is known, you have the responsibility to educate others about it. Unfortunately, most Americans seem to have forgotten that fighting for truth is the equivalent of fighting for America’s survival.

So now I read Tea Party commentary that suggest Ron Paul is an isolationist. That leads me to believe that many Tea Party supporters are just so uninformed that they can’t even differentiate between “isolationism” and “non-interventionism”. To claim that Ron Paul is not a patriot that would not defend America is ludicrous and disingenuous, at best. You can bet the second an Iran or any other country whispered they were considering to nuke America, Ron Paul would take them out in a heartbeat. The other issue is the term Ron Paul refers to as “blowback”. Ron Paul didn’t make this stuff up. These are reports and analysis from the CIA themselves, who are the ones primarily engaged in covert action across the world propping up the better of the world’s worst dictators. So don’t blame Ron Paul for this. He’s just telling the truth as any patriotic American should do.

Please do yourself a favor. Veiw this video and do some research for yourself and spread the truth. Please do America a favor and pass this video to everyone who buys the media spin on our out-of-control military spending. The military industrial complex has developed one of the most incestuous relationships with our Federal Government and has become another corporate welfare programs that benefit some of the largest political campaign contributors in America. It’s time to suppoprt freedom and the American Constitution. Only in today’s America does supporting American patriotism and the Consitution qualify a person as a kook.

Oh well, if that’s the case, then I think I’ll just hop in with Ron Paul and take a ride in his “Kook De Ville”.

Jack Hunter sits down with Ron Paul to discuss issues he would have discussed at the Republican Jewish Coalition debate, had he not excluded from it. The debate was held in D.C. yesterday, 12-7-11. Regarding the exclusion of Dr. Paul, I found a very revealing quote from a prominent Jewish Republican in this article,

RJC destroys its own credibility and so does Newt

Murray Sabrin is, the Ramapo College professor who ran for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate back in 2008.

Murray just sent me an e-mail telling me of a decision by the Republican Jewish Coalition to ban Ron Paul from their 2012 GOP presidential debates. Murray writes:

This is democracy?  Ironically, the only candidate who supports  Israel’s sovereignty is pilloried by neocons in the RJC who claim to be “pro-Israel.”   I am thinking of organizing of a Jews for Ron Paul, the man for peace, freedom, free enterprise, individual rights, the core values of Judaism.  In the 1960’s, before I embraced the limited government philosophy I watched a Sunday television program about Passover.  I will never forget what the narrator said:  The essence of Judaism is the sovereignty of the individual.

 

I find it very ironic that the one Republican candidate who wants Israel to retain its sovereignty is Ron Paul. I guess the RJC doesn’t except that premise. Very strange indeed.

Rand Paul wrote a letter to his Congressional colleagues urging them to not extend the provisions of the unconstitutional, 4th amendment abolishing, and improperly worded Patriot Act. As it stands he held off a push to have it extended for three years or become permanent. His letter spelled out the acts Constitutional violations and asked his colleagues to act within the confines of the American Constitution they swore to uphold. Of course, one of Rand’s colleagues proved why he is no friend of American Freedom. Here is the quote from the Constitution-trampling, Joe Lieberman. Take it away Joe!

…there will be a full-fledged debate on it. That was what is discussed and that is okay with me. I support the Patriot Act as is. I think these three provisions are very sensible. There is no record that they have compromised everybody’s rights but there is a record that they have helped protect our homeland security.

Back to the real world. Here is the video and letter from Rand Paul.

Dear Colleague:

James Otis argued against general warrants and writs of assistance that were issued by British soldiers without judicial review and that did not name the subject or items to be searched.

He condemned these general warrants as “the worst instrument[s] of arbitrary power, the most destructive of English liberty and the fundamental principles of law, that ever w[ere] found in an English law book.” Otis objected to these writs of assistance because they “placed the liberty of every man in the hands of every petty officer.” The Fourth Amendment was intended to guarantee that only judges—not soldiers or policemen—would issue warrants. Otis’ battle against warrantless searches led to our Fourth Amendment guarantee against unreasonable government intrusion. Read the rest of this entry

Thanks Congressman McClintock!