Ron Paul on HR2194: “Today’s Conversation Was Nothing But War Propaganda!”

From the Daily Paul:

Congressman Paul took to the House floor on Thursday to oppose H.R. 2194, the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act, and he warned against the war propaganda being spread in the House.

4 Comments on "Ron Paul on HR2194: “Today’s Conversation Was Nothing But War Propaganda!”"

  1. tonyviner | Apr 23, 2010 at 3:13 pm |

    At one point he mentions ''well intentioned foreign policy procedures.” I don't see anything like this being well intentioned. A lot of people are going to die because of this resolution. They must not be worth as much as the money that we will make off of this endeavor.

    I have a love/hate relationship with Ron Paul, but this type of speaking out is one of the reasons that I do like him. I wish he would have given Bruno a chance. He is so angry for such a little guy.

    • “well intentioned” means that the result they're aiming for looks pretty good. Whatever needs to be done to reach that result, is a different matter to them.

      • tonyviner | Apr 23, 2010 at 7:06 pm |

        I can almost guarantee that the intentions only seem well intentioned to a small number of those involved. If I can call something well intentioned and that thing goes on to kill thousands of people, people that I knew in advance would die as a result of my intentions, why is that alright? Ron Paul was right, Iran does want nuclear weapons technology, and why shouldn't they? The only country that is allowed to have them, according to many, is us. I find it ironic that we are also the only ones that have used them maliciously.

  2. JohnnyWhy | Apr 23, 2010 at 8:05 pm |

    holy shit, is this guy a democrat?

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