Sunday, October 2, 2011

How To Ruin An Already Lacklaster Campaign: Ron Paul Weighs In On President Obama Order To Kill Anwar Al-Awlaki

Presidenti­al candidate Ron Paul weighs in the killing of Anwar Al-Awlaki.

He's complainin­g that the U.S. born cleric who has ties to al-Qaeda wasn't given his due process. He slams President Barack Obama for advocating a "target kill" on the spiritual adviser who inspired a young man attempt to blow up a commercial airplane and then a military officer who attacked his own members in Fort Hood, Texas.

That's funny, Paul didn't complain about President George W. Bush's 2002 target killing of Kamal Derwish, an American who was killed in Yemen.

What Paul says will not to appeal to Republican­s! Especially the ones he wants to court for the Republican nomination­. This becomes an issue as well as a big setback to his stance on how to defend the United States from domestic and internatio­nal terrorism.

Sure his core base of fanatics will flock to comments pages like this one and say that's he's always right and every other comment is irrelevant­. Ron Paul can't do wrong, his followers say!

Anyways, Paul will not get the nomination­, and his core fanatics will troll the internet for comments attacking the congressman's stances.

They'll get into trivial debates over how the media never covers him, make claims that it's people like me that are uninformed or dependent on some perceived government handouts.

Ron Paul is an establishment candidate who's "KOOKY" ideas appeal to the broad coalition of drug users, disengaged conservatives and liberals, extremists (the ones who appear on anti-government and White Supremacists websites) and people who "read the Constitution all the ways!" They're chances of liberty, freedom, prosperity will result in another empty rhetoric candidate who appeals to one fringe base instead of working to appeal to the rest of the broad society.

People are awaken to the extremist rhetoric this man and his son Rand Paul say on television­, radio and the blogs.

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