John Stossel interviews Ron Paul – ABC Afraid to put it on TV (video)

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John Stossel Interviews Republican on Personal Freedom, Drugs, Prostitution and Gay Marriage. 2007.12.07
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  2. I’m busy and haven’t had time to watch it. I know what Paul will say anyway.

    But I’m curious about something. Does Stossel ask Paul about his active support for discrimination against blacks, women, and gays and lesbians?

    If not, it’s just more of the same and not worth any investment in time. It seems everybody in media is afraid to ask this man the truly relevant questions and give him an opportunity to try and explain away his past statements and public record on these matters.

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  7. it’s really a process, Lo, of bringing government back from the international level, to the federal level, to the state and local level. first you get the federal government out of it, then you get the states out of it. i wouldn’t be happy leaving the locus of power at the state level either; i’d continue “scaling it back” to the county level, the district level, the precinct level, etc. that way, if a community votes in a way that is abhorrent to me, i wouldn’t have to move to another state, or even another country, i could just move to another city. and if i don’t like what the “regulators” in city hall are doing, it would be much easier for me to hold them accountable.

    true democracy can only function in this way at the local level. this is the primary reason i would vote paul over kucinich; i don’t want a “leader” in washington who will force his programs on the people via executive orders and national mandates, i want someone who will give me my sovereignty back.

    -b-

  8. Man, I like this guy more each time I hear him.

    But, I’ve been wondering…..with what we know about the drug war (CIA involvement), prostitution (mafia regulated) and other issues can we really trust our hears and hearts where Dr. Paul is concerned? Is he just saying what we want to hear? And if he is truly serious, why does Dr. Paul believe that he will be able to accomplish all these things without stepping on some very high-level toes. They killed both Kennedy’s, then John Jr. and Martin Luther King. Doesn’t Paul realize they will be gunning for him, next?

  9. God, I wish every freaking politician had the common sense that Ron Paul does.

    Leave the people alone, get the damn government off our backs!

    It’s nobody’s damn business what consenting adults do in private, as long as they aren’t depriving anyone else of their life, liberty, or pursuit of happiness.

    The government meddles too damn much. Is it any wonder Ron Paul is so popular? People want to be free.

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