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Michael Medved, Jeffery Lord On Ron Paul’s Neoliberal Reeducation
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American Spectator Dead Wrong on Ron Paul
SA@TheDC – “I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy”
SA@The DC – Ron Paul’s Reaganesque Foreign Policy
SA@TAC – A Conservative Foreign Policy Comeback?
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Jack Hunter on FOX News 12-29-11
Establishment Media Crucifies Ron Paul On Every Front
“As long as nations cling to protective tariffs, migration barriers, compulsory education, interventionism and etatism, new conflicts capable of breaking out at any time into open warfare will continually arise to plague mankind.”
~Ludwig von Mises, Liberalism, pages 150-151
Jeffrey Lord has been attacking Ron Paul’s non-interventionist foreign policy on various so-called “conservative” talk radio shows and accuses Ron Paul of not being a conservative.
Really, he must be kidding or simply does not know the history of the conservative movement.
Suggest he read George H. Nash’s book, The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945.
SA@TAC – The Great Neo-Con: Libertarianism Isn’t ‘Conservative’
If Lord means that Ron Paul is not a neoconservative, then Lord is correct.
Ron Paul is definitely not a neoconservative.
Congressman Ron Paul, MD – We’ve Been NeoConned
Neoconservatives are right-wing progressives Democrats that became “boat people” and switched to the Republican Party in the 1970s when the Democratic Party nominated George McGovern as their Presidential candidate.
SA@TAC – What’s a ‘Neoconservative?’
SA@TAC – Who’s a Republican?
SA@TAC – Is Ron Paul Weird?
Most conservatives and libertarians do not consider neoconservatives as either new or conservative. They are really progressives that want the United States to have an aggressive interventionist foreign policy that supports nation or empire building, the U.S. as policeman of the world and Israel with foreign aid.
Both the progressives and/or neoconservatives that are in the Republican Party establishment are in panic mode that Paul may win the presidential nomination.
I suggest neoconservative Republicans get back in their boats and go back to the Democratic Party, where most of them came from in the first place.
Please take your hitman, Jeffrey Lord, with you.
Big government interventionists pervade the Democratic and Republican party establishments and leaderships.
The Democratic Party is the party of left-wing progressives that favor the expansion of welfare dependency.
The Republican Party is the party of right-wing progressives that favor the expansion of warfare dependency.
Both favor big government interventionism at home and abroad.
Making government omnipotent with a massive bureaucracy advocating and supporting the warfare and welfare state is the goal of the progressive interventionists of the Democratic and Republican Party establishments.
SA@TheDC – ‘Fixing’ Big Government is Not Conservative
Ron Paul favors limited government and opposes government intervention at home and abroad.
Ron Paul is a conservative traditionalist libertarian that puts faith, family, friends and freedom first.
Paul wants to replace the big government warfare and welfare economy with a limited government peace and prosperity economy.
This is the reason more and more American people are coming to the conclusion that Ron Paul should be President of the United States.
SA@TAC – Constant Conservative Ron Paul
This is the reason Ron Paul is leading in Iowa.
This is the reason Ron Paul will be elected President of the United States.
The Republican Party establishment might talk conservative, but they walk and spend like big government progressives and neocons, which most of them are.
Just look at the Republican Party budget passed in the House of Representatives. The Fiscal Year 2012 deficit will exceed $1 trillion each year.
This is not limited government.
This is not fiscally responsible.
This is not conservative or libertarian.
The neoconservatives want a war with Iran.
Starting World War III with Iran is the progressive answer to the United States economic problems.
The war on poverty, the war of drugs and the war on terror are all progressive wars of big government interventionists.
The U.S. government led by progressives of both the Democratic and Republican party establishments have lost all three wars that never end.
Those who support big government interventionism at home and abroad are progressive statistist and neoconservatives.
Progressives are collectivists that oppose individualists with a conservative and libertarian political philosophy.
These progressives are not conservatives.
Do not fall for the neoconservative con men of talk radio that say Ron Paul is not conservative and invite Jeffrey Lord on their shows to smear and discredit Paul.
Most of them are closet neoconservative big government interventionists. This includes talk radio show hosts Levin, Medved, Hewitt and Bennett, just to name a few.
Ron Paul: Iran Sanctions = Act of War
“Interventionism begets economic nationalism. It thus kindles the antagonism resulting in war. An abandonment of economic nationalism is not feasible if nations cling to interference with business. Free trade in international relations requires domestic free trade.”
~Ludwig von Mises, Omnipotent Government, page 66.
SA@TAC – The End of Right-Wing Progressivism?
This is a massively huge and interventionist government that favors the warfare and welfare dependency of the American people.
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Ron Paul Interview w/ Jack Hunter on Foreign Policy & Israel
Jeffrey Lord Doesn’t Know The Founders or Ron Paul
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Mark Levin Avoids the “Empire” Question
SA@TAC – Joe Sobran’s Conservative Foreign Policy
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Jack Hunter Versus Mark Levin
Richard Perle PNAC and AIPAC hawk on why Ron Paul will not win the 2012 election
Ron Paul and the Neoliberal Reeducation Campaign
By Jeffrey Lord
“…Neoliberals and Quasi-Cons:
When it comes to foreign policy, Ron Paul and his supporters are not conservatives.
This is important to understand when one realizes that Paul’s views are, self-described, “non-interventionist.”
The fact that he has been allowed to get away with pretending to conservatism on this score is merely reflective of journalists who, for whatever reason, are simply unfamiliar with American history. Ironically, it is precisely because the Paul campaign has not been thoroughly covered that no one pays attention to the historical paternity of what the candidate is saying.
There is no great sin in Paul’s non-interventionist stance (or “isolationist” stance as his critics would have it). There have been American politicians aplenty throughout American history, particularly in the 20th century, who believed precisely as Paul and his enthusiasts do right now. (Paul touts his admiration for the Founding Fathers, but even that is very selective. James Monroe of Monroe Doctrine fame was a considerable interventionist, Washington as a general invaded Canada, and Alexander Hamilton gave rise to Paul’s idea of evil spawn — the Federal Reserve. Interventionists of all types have been with us right from the start.)
The deception — and it is a considerable deception — is that almost to a person those prominent pre-Ron Paul non-interventionist “Paulist” politicians of the 20th century were overwhelmingly not conservatives at all. They were men of the left. The far left.
From three-time Democratic presidential nominee and Woodrow Wilson Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan to powerful Montana Democratic Senator Burton K. Wheeler to FDR’s ex-vice presidential nominee Henry Wallace to the 1968 anti-war presidential candidacy of Minnesota Democratic Senator Eugene McCarthy to 1972 Democratic presidential nominee (and Henry Wallace delegate in 1948) George McGovern, non-interventionists have held prominent positions in the American Left that was and is the Democratic Party.
But of particular interest, and here is where the deception by Paulists is so considerable, the Ron Paul view of foreign policy has been the cornerstone of Republican liberals and progressives. Those who, using current political terminology, would be called the RINOs (Republican In Name Only) of their day. …”
“…Jeffrey Lord is a former member of the Ronald Reagan administration, journalist, author, and political strategist in Pennsylvania.
Lord earned a degree from Franklin and Marshall College. He first worked as a press aide in the Pennsylvania State Senate. He worked for Pennsylvania Congressman Bud Shuster as Legislative Director and Press Secretary and for U.S. Senator H. John Heinz III as Executive Assistant. Later Lord worked as Chief of Staff to Drew Lewis, who was a Co-chair of the Ronald Reagan presidential campaign. He also served in the Reagan White House as an associate political director. In that position he assisted in the judicial nomination process for several nominees, including Robert Bork. He also worked for Jack Kemp during the Presidency of George H. W. Bush.
Lord now works as a journalist, contributing material to The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, National Review Online, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and the Harrisburg Patriot-News. He has appeared as a guest on numerous televisions and radio programs. He also works as a political consultant for Quantum Communications, a Harrisburg-based political strategy firm.
He is the author of The Borking Rebellion, about the confirmation of Federal Judge D. Brooks Smith. It received a generally positive review in the Wall Street Journal.
In July 2010, Jeffrey Lord claimed that the “lynching” of a relative of Shirley Sherrod is fallacious.
In August 2011, Jeffrey Lord wrote an article in The American Spectator which was critical of Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX), and the views of some of Ron Paul’s supporters. It sparked considerable debate within the conservative movement. …”
Jeffrey Lord: When Attacks on Ron Paul Fail, then Attack his Voters
Get this. The reason Ron Paul is polling well in Iowa is because it’s Iowa. Jeffrey Lord is a special kind of dense. He is so dense he doesn’t know he is dense. He keeps repeating the same untruths (that non-interventionism is inherently left-wing) over and over again despite being corrected repeatedly. My reply is below:
I get it. When your attacks on Ron Paul aren’t working, then attack the people who vote for him.
First, you continue with the lie that non-interventionism is inherently left-wing. You have been corrected on this so many times, and I know you read these responses since you reply, that you have no excuse. You are engaging in demagoguery.
Second, you are making the case against yourself and don’t even know it. It is not a coincidence that non-interventionism was the preferred policy of heartland Americans in flyover country. And it is not a coincidence that support for war came from elite internationalists on the East Coast. So if you want to throw your hat in with elitist internationalists then be my guest. I’ll throw mine in with parochial Americans in the Heartland. Lord, you are a shill and you don’t even realize you are a shill. …”
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Ne0-Con: Not New and Not Conservative
Republican In Name Only
In Texas there is a saying,” fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.”
If you love open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens with George W. Bush, you will love Rick Perry.
If you love crony capitalism and public private partnerships with Barack Obama, you will love Rick Perry.
If you hate higher taxes and increasing debt you are really going to hate Rick Perry.
I voted for both George W. Bush and Rick Perry not once, but twice.
Shame on me.
The people of Texas said no to the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC), the American people should say no to Rick Perry as President of the United States.
I will not vote for Rick Perry if he gets the Republican nomination for President in 2012.
I simply do not trust either Rick Perry or Barack Obama.
The lesser of two evils is still evil.
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The History of NAFTA and the Council on Foreign Relations
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Trans-Texas Corridor on NBC Nightly News 06/19/2007
Perry Proposes The Trans-Texas Corridor
Perry’s North American Highway
The Trans-Texas Corridor
Ron Paul on Lou Dobbs About NAU Super Highway
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Trans-Texas Corridor proof of Life
Richard Reeves: Trans Texas Corridor Back with a Vengeance – Alex Jones Tv 3/3
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Bilderberg – an introduction
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The Alex Jones Show 3/3: Neo-Con Hierarchies Order Media Blitzkrieg Attack on Patriot Leaders
Alex Jones – Perry Targets Infowars Writer Via Blog as “Conspiracy Theorist” Working for Obama 1_3!
Alex Jones – Perry Targets Infowars Writer Via Blog as “Conspiracy Theorist” Working for Obama 2_3!
Alex Jones – Perry Targets Infowars Writer Via Blog as “Conspiracy Theorist” Working for Obama 3_3!
Ron Paul “Republicans Want A NeoCon Influence In The Tea Party Movement
“…A prominent insider has told Infowars that Texas Governor Rick Perry and other establishment neo-cons have decided to deliberately target grass roots constitutionalists with dirty tricks campaigns in an effort to derail and hijack the growing liberty movement whose influence is threatening to blow the Texas gubernatorial race wide open.
Our office was contacted by a national personality, a household name, who told us that they were in a green room at a national public event a few weeks ago with Rick Perry. The individual was shocked when Perry said directly that there were three people who ‘got under his skin’ and who ‘had to be dealt with’ immediately.
One – Debra Medina, two – Alex Jones, and three – Ron Paul.
Perry told the individual that these three people had to be targeted and stopped in order for the Republican establishment to shut down any real voices of opposition that were threatening to have an influence on the Tea Party movement, which has been blatantly hijacked by the neo-cons in recent months.
Perry made it clear that these individuals and their supporters were the number one target of the neo-con hierarchy because the grass roots was threatening to regain control of the Tea Party movement that was first created by Ron Paul supporters back in 2007, but has since been hijacked by the Republicans.
The insider expressed their shock that Perry would be so open with his comments, suspecting that Perry must have considered the individual to be a fellow neo-con. The insider’s deep concern about what was said prompted them to contact our office.
Perry made the comments just a couple of weeks before gubernatorial challenger Debra Medina, the only true constitutionalist running for Governorship in Texas, was set-up by Fox News’ Glenn Beck, after the duplicitous talk show host smeared Medina and generated a fake controversy merely for saying that people should be free to question the official 9/11 story, a view shared by the vast majority of Americans.
Perry, who was subsequently celebrated by Beck as the only remaining credible candidate after the smear attack on Medina, must have been in on the ploy. Within an hour of her appearance on the Glenn Beck radio show, Texas residents told the Austin-American Statesmen that they had received robo-calls on behalf of the Perry campaign demonizing Medina as an unstable “9/11 truther,” echoing Beck’s manufactured talking point aired just an hour earlier.
There can no longer be any doubt that the RNC establishment is running a targeted smear campaign against real grass roots conservatives and libertarians because they are terrified that such individuals will be able to steer the Tea Party movement in a genuine national revolt against big government, thereby massively diminishing the power of establishment Republicans.
This dirty tricks campaign is most likely being steered by Karl Rove, master Republican political strategist and former Rick Perry campaign manager. Rove cut his teeth in Texas, using his “uncanny ability to manipulate federal prosecutors into going after the officeholder his client was trying to unseat,” reports Harper’s Magazine writer Scott Horton.
“…But before Republicans get too excited about Rick Perry, there are a whole lot of things that they should know about him.
The following are 14 reasons why Rick Perry would be a really, really bad president….
#1 Rick Perry is a “big government” politician. When Rick Perry became the governor of Texas in 2000, the total spending by the Texas state government was approximately $49 billion. Ten years later it was approximately $90 billion. That is not exactly reducing the size of government.
#2 The debt of the state of Texas is out of control. According to usdebtclock.org, the debt to GDP ratio in Texas is 22.9% and the debt per citizen is $10,645. In California (a total financial basket case), the debt to GDP ratio is just 18.7% and the debt per citizen is only $9932. If Rick Perry runs for president these are numbers he will want to keep well hidden.
#3 The total debt of the Texas government has more than doubled since Rick Perry became governor. So what would the U.S. national debt look like after four (or eight) years of Rick Perry?
#4 Rick Perry has spearheaded the effort to lease roads in Texas to foreign companies, to turn roads that are already free to drive on into toll roads, and to develop the Trans-Texas Corridor which would be part of the planned NAFTA superhighway system. If you really do deep research on this whole Trans-Texas Corridor nonsense you will see why no American should ever cast a single vote for Rick Perry.
#5 Rick Perry claims that he has a “track record” of not raising taxes. That is a false claim. Rick Perry has repeatedly raised taxes and fees while he has been governor. Today, Texans are faced with significantly higher taxes and fees than they were before Rick Perry was elected.
#6 Even with the oil boom in Texas, 23 states have a lower unemployment rate than Texas does.
#7 Back in 1988, Rick Perry supported Al Gore for president. In fact, Rick Perry actually served as Al Gore’s campaign chairman in the state of Texas that year.
#8 Between December 2007 and April 2011, weekly wages in the U.S. increased by about 5 percent. In the state of Texas they increased by just 0.6% over that same time period.
#9 Texas now has one of the worst education systems in the nation. The following is from an opinion piece that was actually authored by Barbara Bush earlier this year….
• We rank 36th in the nation in high school graduation rates. An estimated 3.8 million Texans do not have a high school diploma.
• We rank 49th in verbal SAT scores, 47th in literacy and 46th in average math SAT scores.
• We rank 33rd in the nation on teacher salaries.
#10 Rick Perry attended the Bilderberg Group meetings in 2007. Associating himself with that organization should be a red flag for all American voters.
#11 Texas has the highest percentage of workers making minimum wage out of all 50 states.
#12 Rick Perry often gives speeches about illegal immigration, but when you look at the facts, he has been incredibly soft on the issue. If Rick Perry does not plan to secure the border, then he should not be president because illegal immigration is absolutely devastating many areas of the southwest United States.
#13 In 2007, 221,000 residents of Texas were making minimum wage or less. By 2010, that number had risen to 550,000.
#14 Rick Perry actually issued an executive order in 2007 that would have forced almost every single girl in the state of Texas to receive the Gardasil vaccine before entering the sixth grade. Perry would have put parents in a position where they would have had to fill out an application and beg the government not to inject their child with an untested and unproven vaccine. Since then, very serious safety issues regarding this vaccine have come to light. Fortunately, lawmakers in Texas blocked what Perry was trying to do. According to Wikipedia, many were troubled when “apparent financial connections between Merck and Perry were reported by news outlets, such as a $6,000 campaign contribution and Merck’s hiring of former Perry Chief of Staff Mike Toomey to handle its Texas lobbying work.”
Rick Perry has a record that should make all Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians and Independents cringe.
He is not the “conservative Republican” that he is trying to claim that he is. He is simply another in a long line of “RINOs” (Republicans in name only). …”
Rick Perry, conservative or just another Rhino
Since many don’t have good memories, The Plain Truth wants to remind everyone that although Rick Perry wants to outlaw abortion, he wants to FORCE YOUR 12 year old daughter to get the HPV vaccine! Another RHINO we don’t need.
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Tuesday, February 6, 2007″…A media hoax has fooled parents in Texas and other areas of the country that the HPV vaccine, which experts have slammed as untested and has already been linked to dangerous side-effects, is now the law and young girls must take it. Merck Pharmaceuticals are set to capitalize on this fraud by making obscene profits from a crony deal with Governor Rick Perry, while children are put at risk.Perry issued an executive order Friday requiring girls to be vaccinated against the sexually transmitted HPV, or human pappilomavirus. Doctors, scientists and experts were not consulted before the sweeping mandate was put in place. Several Texas lawmakers, including Sen. Jane Nelson, have petitioned for a reversal of the decision but the Legislature has no authority to repeal Perry’s executive order.According to the Associated Press
, Perry has close ties to Merck, having received money from them for his re-election campaign .”He also has ties to Women in Government, a Merck-funded advocacy group made up of female state legislators around the country. His current chief of staff’s mother-in-law, Texas Republican state Rep. Dianne White Delisi, is a state director for the group,” reports the AP.Perry’s former chief of staff Mike Toomey is on the Merck payroll as a lobbyist.Almost immediately following Perry’s announcement, newspapers and TV stations began to report that it was “the law” that parents had to have their child vaccinated. This reflects a national and international hoax that is repeatedly being perpetrated shortly before school terms begin each year. …”http://www.plaintruth.com/the_plain_truth/2011/06/rick-perry-conservative-or-just-another-rhino.html
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The American people can do better–a lot better.
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