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Number 650, December 25, 2011


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To Al Malmberg,

Al Malmberg
Fort Collins, CO

Want to understand why Ron Paul left the CNN interview last night? Here it is, right out of your own mouth. You have him saying, for the hundredth time, that he did not write the material in question, that he delegated it to somebody else, and that he did not read it until it was published, whereupon he immediately disavowed it.

Within a minute, you're asking how does he feel about it now? Would he write the same thing that he did then? That's exactly the same thing the CNN hireling did to him and he finally got sick of it. He's a hell of a lot more patient than I am.

Now I understand why the major media would do this kind of thing: Paul is the only Presidential candidate who is willing and able to repair the economy that was destroyed by the bipartisan evil, insanity, and just plain stupidity of his predecessors. He is the only Presidential candidate willing to leave people in other countries alone, instead of dropping bombs on pregnant widows and 10-year-old goat-herds. Unlike his predecessors, Bush and Clinton, starving half a million Iraqi children to death with a naval blockade would never occur to him.

That's not good for the major news media, bloodsuckers who thrive on misery and death. But Ron Paul's foreign policy is exactly the policy prescribed by George Washington, who would not have condemned each generation of young Americans to fight a war of their own in the 20th century, in order to benefit criminal outfits like Halliburton, Blackwater, and General Electric.

So the question I want answered is simply this: were you born an idiot, or did you have to study to become one?

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