Thursday, December 27, 2007

#64 - Ron Paul and a much needed shift to Foreign Policy

It reminds me of the idea that they say when one door closes another door opens, and while I am deeply saddened by the death of Bhutto today even in death she continues to serve the cause of freedom by anchoring the US elections to Foreign Policy. Instead of having to be forced into esoterica like the Civil War, Ron Pauls remaining interviews of the day actually focused on what's important, what he'd do as president. As usual Ron Paul provided the Non-Interventionist alternative.

stay out of the INTERNAL affairs of other nations

be neutral and trade and talk to other nations and lead by example

this is what Ron Paul offers, express your thoughts by voting

With foreign policy back to the forefront it brings other candidates like Mccain, Richardson, and Biden back to relevance in the race and puts others like Huckabee, Obama, and Romney back into uncomfortable territory. It will be interesting to see how this effects the Iowa caucuses next week.

I feel the country needs a new direction of Foreign Policy

I feel the Country Needs Ron Paul in 2008

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