Thursday, May 17, 2007

Ron Paul's double-plus ungood comments on foreign policy and 9/11

James at metapost decodes Rudy Giuliani's explosion at Ron Paul during the May 15 debate: “Somebody’s going to get sh*tcanned at the Ministry of Truth for letting [Paul's] kind of double-plus ungood speech get out... According to Giuliani apparently it’s abhorrently un-American to even suggest that the actions and decisions of our leaders may have consequences... Dammit Ron Paul, why do you hate freedom so? Giuliani should have just clipped him right there on stage. Don’t take that sh*t Rudy. Grab a piece of rubble from 9/11 and bludgeon that freedom-hating terrorist lover. Show him how we really win over hearts and minds. You can do it Rudy.”

In Ron Paul Violated the Rules, Thomas Woods explains: “To the propagandized automatons of 2007 America, this is called "blaming America" for 9/11. I guess detectives should bear that in mind the next time they seek the motive behind a murder. "You’re looking for motive? Are you saying the dead man had it coming?"”

"Warren", commenting on a Reason blog, wants to ask Giuliani this: “How deep and dark is the hole you've been living in that you've never heard of the 'blowback' theory before last night?

Finally, in Ron Paul and Blowback, the Mises Institute's Lew Rockwell thanks Ron Paul for having the courage to tell it like it is.