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Ron Paul’s tinfoil hat

U.S. Congressman Ron Paul is a candidate for the U.S. presidency, a serious endeavor with big implications.

But if you listen to his foreign policy positions, as I did in last night’s Republican debate, you realize that he is not a serious candidate. Ron Paul is in the same category as racist David Duke and other wackos who run for office to promote their extreme, bizarre beliefs, not to win.

Ron Paul blames America for why Muslim leaders around the world hate America. It’s a flawed position, but it plays to a group of angry citizens on both the far left and far right of the political spectrum.

Ron Paul’s position on American foreign policy may be flawed, but it is more than that. It is a potentially fatal flaw that could spell the end of the United States as a nuclear-armed Iran uses conventional and unconventional nuclear bombs to destroy our great nation.

Cartoons that capture Ron Paul’s awkward, dangerous policy positions might show a man wearing a tinfoil hat, the kind of “protection” lunatics need to keep the CIA from reading their minds.

Ron Paul is a cartoon of a candidate. Enjoy your tinfoil hat, congressman. We believe you, sure we do…..

1 Comment

  • Jan 16th 201214:01
    by hoyaloya

    When I first heard him speak about his foreign policy on the radio, I thought it was a parody sketch. His position on Iran was that if we don’t look at Iran, Iran can’t see us.

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