Cupp and Co. should consider sending out greeting cards in defiance of our founding fathers. I have taken the Liberty to pen their first edition:
Dear Iraq and Afghanistan, how bout some sheep stew? This meal paid for by the
Republic Democracy for which it stands. Your invader, USA
As well, Ms. Cupp continues the reverse reality tactic of ‘Ron Paul is an isolationist’. Again she is incorrect, invading – bombing – killing – destroying countries that have done nothing to the us IS isolationism, we certainly aren’t making friends. This perverted neocon do unto others before the do unto you or else we will call you an isolationist is similar to the liberal ad hominem overuse of the race card when loosing the battle of ideas. When Ron Paul makes too much common foreign policy sense call him a
I encourage our readers to respectfully email SE Cupp at email@example.com and help her understand why Ron Paul is the strongest in dealing with defense and national security. Let her know about the Letters of Marque and Reprisal Act of 2001 that would have and still is the most brilliant tactical advantage/strategy in dealing with terrorist (rogue) enemies. Encourage her to look at real history of our founding fathers and the 20th century of conservatives regarding foreign policy. Help her see she sounds like a liberal when she defends foreign socialism as she says ‘that America has an obligation to spread democracy and promote international security’.
OK her article…
…Paul insists he is not an “isolationist” because he favors free trade. But that nuance aside, he believes we should mind our own business when it comes to the world’s many evil regimes.
It goes beyond getting out of Iraq and Afghanistan. On 9/11, his position is that we started it. “Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda have been explicit,” he said in Monday’s debate in Tampa, “and they wrote and said that we attacked America because you had bases on our holy land in Saudi Arabia, you do not give Palestinians fair treatment, and you have been bombing . . .” His argument was cut off by a chorus of boos.
He concluded that “we had been bombing and killing hundreds of thousands of Iraqis for 10 years,” which is untrue, then asked, “Would you be annoyed? If you’re not annoyed, then there’s some problem.”
The idea that Bin Laden was justified in his violence is dangerous and patently anti-American…
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2011/09/14/2011-09-14_ron_pauls_scary_vision_for_america_hed_by_tyrants_best_friend.html#ixzz1Xw6SNliY