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Republican Jewish Coalition Bars Ron Paul From Presidential Debate, Saying He's Too "misguided and extreme"

On Wednesday, Dec. 7, the Republican Jewish Coalition will host a presidential-candidates forum featuring Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum. Not invited is the GOP candidate currently polling around third in New Hampshire and second in Iowa: Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). The explanation:

Paul was not invited to attend the RJC's candidates forum because the organization - as it has stated numerous times in the past - "rejects his misguided and extreme views," said [RJC Executive Director Matt] Brooks.

"He's just so far outside of the mainstream of the Republican party and this organization," Brooks said. Inviting Paul to attend would be "like inviting Barack Obama to speak."

Link via the Twitter feed of an approving Jamie Kirchick.

Brooks gave a more detailed critique of Ron Paul back in May:

"As Americans who are committed to a strong and vigorous foreign policy, we are deeply concerned about the prospective presidential campaign of Congressman Ron Paul. While Rep. Paul plans to run as a Republican, his views and past record place him far outside of the Republican mainstream. His candidacy, as we've seen in his past presidential campaigns, will appeal to a very narrow constituency in the U.S. electorate. Throughout his public service, Paul has espoused a dangerous isolationist vision for the U.S. and our role in the world. He has been a virulent and harsh critic of Israel during his tenure in Congress*. Most recently Paul gave an interview in which he voiced his objection to the recent killing of Osama Bin Laden.

Brooks added, "We certainly respect Congressman Paul's right to run, but we strongly reject his misguided and extreme views, which are not representative of the Republican Party."

Weird punctuation in the original.

So what are these "extreme views"? Over at The Huffington Post, Dovid Efune, the director of The Algemeiner Journal and Gershon Jacobson Foundation, offers an explanation:

Paul's positions on Israel have been almost uniformly derided. Whilst claiming to be non-interventionist on the issue, he has routinely adopted Arab talking points on Israel, even comparing Gaza to 'a concentration camp.' His Isolationist mantra may appeal to fiscal conservatives, but in the real world its implementation would create a global power vacuum that would likely be filled by supporters of Israel's enemies.

Anti Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman has a perhaps unintentionally interesting take about Paul, U.S. politics, and Israel:

with the exception of Ron Paul, there is not much difference between the parties

And no orthodoxy-definition would be complete without David Frum:

Of the 8 candidates competing for the Republican presidential nomination, 7 declared themselves intense supporters of the State of Israel, the sole exception being crank no-hoper Ron Paul.

I'm no expert on Ron Paul's Israel views, and I reserve the right to be outraged later by what I don't know now, but what I find interesting here is the namecalling-to-content ratio. Here, let's count it out:

Name-calling: 1) "misguided and extreme," 2) "so far outside of the mainstream," 3) "like...Barack Obama," 4) "will appeal to a very narrow constituency," 5) "dangerous isolationist vision," 6) "uniformly derided," 7) "claim[s] to be non-interventionist," 8) "Isolationist," 9) "differen[t]," 10) "crank."

Content: 1) "virulent and harsh critic of Israel," 2) "voiced his objection to the...killing of Osama Bin Laden," 3) "routinely adopted Arab talking points," 4) "compar[ed] Gaza to 'a concentration camp," 5) "would create a global power vacuum that would likely be filled by supporters of Israel's enemies."

Looking at the five content items, 1) is supported only by 4); 2) intentionally left out the phrase "legal method of," 3) is a general and largely contentless insult, 4) is a discrete piece of hyperbole that rubs my literalist heart the wrong way, too (though the full quote contains two qualifiers: "Palestinians are virtually in like a concentration camp"); and 5) is the Transitive Property run amok, though it does at least hint at the real-world question/critique of what, exactly, replaces hegemonic American responsibility for world affairs, and which bad actors are more likely to do badder things.

Does this, plus Paul's principled rejection of all foreign aid, his relentless espousal of the "blowback" theory of terrorism, and his negligence in allowing to appear under his name during the first Clinton administration some newsletter conspiracy theorizing about (among other things) the 1993 World Trade Center bombing being a "setup by the Israeli Mossad" enough to disqualify him for the grownups' table on foreign policy?

Well, I'm neither Republican nor Jewish nor a member of a Coalition, so the immediate event is not my call (though I do believe that dissonance is more illuminating than seven-part harmony). That said, this seems to me more of an attempt to draw boundaries around acceptable policy discourse than any active concern that President Dr. Ron Paul would be actively anti-Israel or anti-Semitic. The fact that he is a political outlier on an effectively bipartisan U.S. foreign policy that has become increasingly expensive and unpopular strikes me as a count in favor, not against. And nothing Paul said at last month's largely grotesque American Enterprise Institute foreign policy debate struck me as more objectionable than Mitt Romney's grovel that his first overseas trip as president would be to Israel.

Some other bullet-pointed observations and gratuitous commenter bait:

* The New York Sun editorial board, not known for its unfriendliness toward Israel, defended Paul both from charges of anti-Semitism and foreign policy insanity last year.

* Here's how quickly Paul's anti-interventionist rhetoric can be turned into charges of "anti-Semitic arguments," courtesy of Ben Stein. (Slightly less inflammatory accusations from David Horowitz circa March 2007. UPDATE: And, thanks to commenter Ken E., a considerably more inflammatory accusation from the Horo show this February: "Ron Paul Is A Vicious Anti-Semite and Anti-American and Conservatives Need To Wash Their Hands of Him.")

* Some Republicans tried to bar Paul from all debates back in May 2007 on grounds that his overall foreign policy views were "just so off the wall and out of whack."

* Here's Paul himself talking to then-Reasoner David Weigel in May 2007, in response to charges of old newsletter "anti-Semitism."

Reason on Ron Paul here, including his candidate profile as part of our Presidential Dating Game.

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    "Inviting Paul to attend would be "like inviting Barack Obama to speak.""

    Or Gingrich or Romney.

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    "Name-calling: 1) "misguided and extreme," 2) "so far outside of the mainstream," 3) "like...Barack Obama," 4) "will appeal to a very narrow constituency," 5) "dangerous isolationist vision," 6) "uniformly derided," 7) "claim[s] to be non-interventionist," 8) "Isolationist," 9) "differen[t]," 10) "crank.""

    1, 3, 5, and 8 are namecalling, and only because isolationist appears in 5.

    Wash me.

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    dude lay off the pot. or smoke a little more

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    What the hell are you talking about? He was spot on. You fucking people are pathetic.

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    jj is internet Hasbarat, a zionist internet activist.

    His job is to skew debate, ridicule critics of Israel and identify potential "threats" and report them to the authorities.

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    In 1981 Ron Paul was the ONLY Congressman to vote against a resolution CONDEMNING Israel for bombing an Iraqi nuclear facility. Ron Paul is consistently noninterventionist with ALL countries: Libya, Korea etc.

    Who are these people? They were bragging last night that they are 'almost to' 5000 twitter followers. Ron Paul has 114,000+ twitter followers and gets more each day. How does this tiny group of activist lobbiests get to host a presidential debate? And why are the others attending? Don't know if I could vote in the general for a candidate who attended this forum, after this.

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    Republicans bow before the Jewish lobby. That's why every other candidate is a foreign policy hawk. Even Democrats must pay homage to the suicidal Israeli neoconservative foreign policy cabal.

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    Excellent point. This is discrimination against a valid view and the other candidates should be held accountable for attending.

  • book burning||

    he should be banned and silenced just like the jews in prewar germany. sig heil to the new censorship, just like the old censors.

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    Inviting Paul to attend would be "like inviting Barack Obama to speak."


    Ooh! That's gotta leave a mark!

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    Yes, much better to have a serial adulterer like Gingrich or the newly minted serial sexual harassment king and adulterer Cain attend.

    The Republican field is like the seven dwarfs except they are all the character Dopey.

  • Suki||

    What color would that mark be?

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    Yeah,except Ron Paul isn't a warmonger or a globalist or a banker owned puppet or a pathological liar.

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    Yeah,except Ron Paul isn't a warmonger or a globalist or a banker owned puppet or a pathological liar.

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    Yeah,except Ron Paul isn't a warmonger or a globalist or a banker owned puppet or a pathological liar.

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    Wow the Jewish Media hates Ron Paul, what a shock ....

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    They know he won't be Israels Bi*ch and attack Iran like they want us to do. Jews own all media and Hollywood and like controlling thought and foriegn policy. Hang in there Ron, we love and need you.

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    To be fair, Rep. Paul has repeatedly called for the destruction of the Jewish race.

    Apparently in some newsletters he put his name to. Not sure if he was the author.

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    Check your sarcasmi-counter.

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    Is this Pip or someone else?

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    If he hates those dirty Jews, then I like him.

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    Now I feel dirty. Damn you MNG. Be a goddamn reflexive liberal!!

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    While not a big fan of MNG, fuck your spoof.

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    freakin' tears in my eyes....Christ, whatever a belly laugh's worth, I owe you that

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    MNG > David Frumm

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    You, me and about 99% of the thinking planet.....

  • Zeb||

    Lame spoof. Stop it.

  • animal||

    if u believe that u are just an idiot i feel sorry for u.

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    Its true. He does believe he is an idiot.

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    Grammar. Try it.

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    Nothing compares 2U

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    Wanna B Ur Lover

  • Sue Hanson||

    Gojira "to be fair" name the place where Ron Paul "called for the destruction of the Jewish race". I don't believe that for a second.

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    i dont believe it either

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    You have to understand that anyone who even hints at a change in America's foreign policy is "calling for the destruction of the Jewish race" according to these fringe Jew groups.

    I am personally glad that these Jews did this. They have just shown everyone that they have too much power and control in America.

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    Anyone who even acts surprised at this is a part of the problem. This is how our country works. Impossibly naive, fat and stupid is no way to go through life.

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    They have clearly shown they are pro-censorship and anti 1st Amendment, thus also being against the Constitution of the United States.

    Fine people they are who approved and support this kind of anti-American nonsense(sarc).

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    Fuck The Jews. Fuck them in their dirty, money-grubbing liberty loathing assholes!

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    That is such bull-shit! Ron Paul HAS NEVER SAID THAT and he is the only candidate that will save America. It is clearly obvious that these so called Jews are Zionists. Do some homework and find out what the REAL JEWS think about Israel and the Zionist. One day this biggest hoax in the history of the world will be exposed!

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    Dude, just gratitude, had me busted out on the floor with that one...'bout the beagle comment ever

    Viva la R3VOLUTION!

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    THAT IS WRONG!!! He also praises Israel for being competent and says that the US should Stop trying to control Israel, so that they can do what they want to.

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    That's just a damn lie and you know it.

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    "To be fair...repeatedly called for the destruction of the Jewish race...he put his name to. Not sure if he was the author."
    What the hell! What kind of concept of fairness or logic is that? That's direct character assassination with an admission that you don't even know if he said it! You people are getting desperate!! If you know nothing of the man then it is well advised you speak nothing about the man.

  • Zeb||

    It was a joke.

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    Please post some facts about Representative Paul instead of making accusations that have no backing.

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    Old news and total bullshit. How much are you getting paid to troll?

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    Plus the Jewish Banksters have stolen 16 TRILLION dollars from the American people and they don't want exposed.

  • tarran||

    The Foreign Policy is Settled!

    Only Deniers think that the U.S. Government shouldn't do something about the critical need to give money to Israel so that it can subsidize settlements in the occupied territories.

    It's time the media stopped giving deniers time they don't deserve on the airways because it confuses people as to the risks involved in inaction.

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    what is a denier? a holocost denier? what does that even mean? by what standard is someone a denier? is the standard that they dont support foreign aid to isreal? if so that is begging the question. Why is it critical that the US give money to isreal? what need do we have as a country, that requires us to toss money over there? does isreal make all the lisence plates for us? I guess we need lisence plates... My answer to that question is none, there is no need. that sentence is so muddled i think you are saying the US must give money to them so they can subsidize settlements in some disputed territory. Again this does not constitute a critical need of the united states. I know i live in the US and I dont have any pressing need to give money for that. you say there are risks involved in inaction, here yet again you are creating a case for a need, but you dont clarify what action is required, nor do you explain how arguement from negative consequences from inaction actually effects the US. What are teh negative consequences to the US... oh yet again the answer is.... none.

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    tl;dr

    breaks man.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    what is a denier?

    Someone who doesn't agree with The Consensus™.

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    For only 10cents a day you too could massacre a child in Gaza. There are so many children in Gaza who need your help. Pick up the phone and call 1-800-4ISRAEL.

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    Yes, but is there a tax credit?

  • Dragnet53||

    Oh wow no proof that 6 million jews were killed in the WWII holocaust. There were far worse incidents such as the Native American Holocaust and they had around 16 million Indians massacred. I now know why the media has the same view points as the RJC because you guys control them as well as the banks and government. Did you guys help also create the indefinite detention bill to thwart the anti-zionist movement?

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    I would take this comment for sarcasm except that I've heard from way too many RP supporters who believe this, or other things just as racist, stupid, and paranoid as this.

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    there's a lot of proof that jews/bankers have done worse than promulgate a Holohoax; such as the Bolshevik Revolution, videos on ritual sacrifice, documented fact. Their absolute hatred for anything not Jewish/talmudic is well documented and it is a lot worse than you think. An anti-semite is anyone who reacts to the anti-Gentile/anti-Christian Talmudic self-styled Jew with moral outrage and indignation, as any normal human being would. Their shenanigans have cost millions of lives throughout history and they've been expelled from almost every country they've crept into and tried to take over. LIke they have with the US. to deny it is futile. the idea that the indefinite detention bill has been created to quell any anti-zionist sentiment certainly is worth considering. it's certainly plausible. If it would hurt Americans, there is nothing more a Zionist Jew would like. They can't bear RP because he's after the Zionist owned Fed. The more they assasinate his character the stronger he will become as more an dmore people are no longer in a trance of indifference.

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    Fuck off jew! See you near the ovens ... as I'm pushing you in!

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    nutters

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    I'm Jewish. I support Ron Paul. Though I side with Israel, I think the US should stay the f*** out of Middle Eastern Politics. Israel can handle their own problems. We have too many here to worry about theirs.

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    Does not compute.

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    I'm also Jewish, and I agree with Matrix. A lot of my younger friends feel similarly. It is the older generation that is afraid of the bogeyman.

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    Third supporter here.

    Does anyone doubt that the RJC just did more to inspire anti-semitism than RP ever did?

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    The RJC has offended a fairly large percentage of the US population, effectively calling Ron Paul supporters misguided and extreme. Are the other candidates going to participate in the 'debate' knowing Ron Paul was excluded? What would that tell you about the integrity of the other candidates?

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    RP supporters are, sadly, nothing like a "fairly large percentage of the US population." Would that this were true.

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    Old Man With Candy: Try a puppy for a while. :-) Humor, not a cut. Your handle, I just couldn't resist. :-) Nothing mean meant.

    If you look up Google Trends on Ron Paul you will get a much more accurate picture of Ron's support.

    Fringe stream media tries to pretend Romney, Perry or Newtwit are the front runners. I don't trust their polls. No one has called me up asking my opinion. Have they called you?

    Ron Paul is the most feared by status quo 'progressives' in the R & D 'parties, fringe controlled media, the international bankers who own the 'Fed', the 'progressive' movement, the military industrial complex...in short any one who sucks up the gravy at the tax payer funded DC pig trough.

    They have bee watching Paul for years. They know he is consistent. They know he is honest. The know his record, have heard his speeches. Lobbyists quit trying to buy Ron off years ago. He tells them "No!"

    They know that if the US can be steered back to the Constitution as Ron has been advocating for over 30 years the gravy goes away. Not to mention their visions of a central planned police state goes out the window.

    SamFox

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    Older generation Jew here, but in full support of RP. Not afraid of any bogeymen, Israel is strong enough to defend itself, if we "allow" it.

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    As much as Israel's Arab neighbors might protest Zionist intervention in general, the idea of these other countries just picking up and going home should be a scary prospect to them. When the Brits left in 1948, all hell broke loose. If I were Hamas, I'd shun RP for his non-interventionist policies, too. Guy can't catch a break.

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    Self-loathing jew!

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    This smear no longer holds any water.

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    You mean Israel has it's own government and military? huh.

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    "Israel can handle their own problems."
    _

    u mean w US taxpayer $$$.

  • Old Mexican||

    Re: Moo-cow,

    u mean w US taxpayer $$$.


    Your so sudden preoccupation for the US taxpayer is so touching as to almost belie the fact that you're a thief, moo-cow.

  • xdream||

    What if he said, "Israel can't handle their own problems, and we should stay the phuck in middle eastern politics, because we don't have anything to worry about here." Hey morons? Does that compute? Is that self-loving Jew? I say quit giving Israel a welfare check.

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    WHOOSH--->

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    Lol!!

  • mad libertarian guy||

    Learn to read handles, dude. Don't be a douche.

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    This is Off topic:
    I always wondered why Mossad are always considered a special force of Jewish super ninjas.

    If they were so god damn awesome then why the fuck is Israel still at war with like everyone around them?

    One would think a good spook would be able to defeat their enemies and make them like it.

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    Not if your enemies feel, for religious reasons, that you all should be killed because their deity said so, end of story.

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    There is something the non goyim typically feel. It's called the "victim complex" and those infected by it keep perceiving that every body is out to get them just because of religion. They refuse to believe that Palestianians "are fighting for the land that was stolen from them. This is what anybody, Christian, Hindu, black, white or brown would do.

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    Agreed. Almost all religions in this world have been oppressed or abused. Why does one deserve more attention than the other? Yes we are God's chosen, but the world is wicked. Pure and simple. Either stand up with God and fear nothing but Him or sit down with the world and reap what your fear sows.

    I'm a Jew. And I support Ron Paul ALL THE WAY. Israel will rise with God's hand, in HIS WILL, not by another nation's blood money and unjust slaughter!!

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    You are on a web site called Reason and you think you are really God's chosen? Please just think about how utterly ridiculous that notion is. The whole cosmos was created with just Jews in mind because God chose to make ALL people and the selected only the jews. What are you smoking?

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    Everyone gets the chose people quote confused. The CHOSEN People were the original speakers and preachers of GODS word. These people historically were Jewish but over time grew into other tribes and races. A chosen person is anyone who brings the Word of God. Please understand that.

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    Hey..You don't mess with the Zohan!

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    why the fuck is Israel still at war with like everyone around them?

    Israel has peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan.

    -jcr

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    The peace treaties only exist so long as the United States bribes the politicians in power of Egypt and Jordan.

    Hosni Mubarak, the US puppet is now gone. Israel expressed dismay over that. How horrible, a tyrant was overthrown and along with it, the bribe that US regularly paid to keep Egypt out of the mess Israel has put itself in with the indigenous Arabs of the region.

    Why do they hate us? I dunno, they must h8 us 4 R FreeDUMB - not because we keep screwing over millions of people by keeping murderous dictators and tyrants in power to make Israel happy.

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    Amen to that.

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    I'll kick in another 'Amen' & raise you two videos. :-)

    http://www.youtube.com
    /watch?v=sjqGBBFiowE

    http://tinyurl.com/3txrxtf

    SamFox

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    The 1st link got messed up. Here is the the one I meant:

    http://tinyurl.com/6rw3nd

    SamFox

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    Because Jimmy Carter thought it would be wise and prudent to buy himself a foreign policy victory by bribing Israel and Egypt.

    Begin and Sadat WERE wise and prudent enough to allow him to do so.

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    ...Israel still at war with everyone around them? Could it be because they're surrounded by the scum of the earth that are born to kill unless you submit to the lunatics 72 virgins joke and have no idea what peace is....
    Long Live Israel!

  • animal||

    amen brother about time we heard some common sense.

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    Funny. Paul actually supported Israel's bombing of Iranian facilities(or more specifically refused to condemn them). He is simply against the USA coming in and acting as the mediator in the region. Israel can absolutely take care of their own defense needs

  • aljamdc||

    It was actually an Iraqi site that Israel bombed. These are not interchangeable countries...

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    Are you REALLY claiming Israel never bombed Iranian nuclear sites? When were you born, yesterday?

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    Kudos. The Israeli influence to the neoconservative wing of the Republican party have way too much influence. I like Israel. It is obviously a great ally but I believe they can take care of themselves. We can not invade every country that is nearby Israel to 'keep them safe'. The neocons banging the drums of war against Iran are insane. Who is going to pay for another occupation of a sovereign nation?

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    A great ally that spies on the US. With friends like that...

  • Zeb||

    Meh. Everybody spies on everybody including their allies.

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    Frum, providing yet another reason that libertarians should never listen to him whine about extremists or close-minded people in the GOP. He's the most close-minded of all (only "unpatriotic conservatives" oppose war in Iraq), he just hated his GWB policies temporarily being on the outs.

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    Oy, I do so detest little soft bodied pussies like Frummy....would love to see him in country for a few moments so I could make fun of him when he starts crying like a little bitch...

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    """He's just so far outside of the mainstream of the Republican party and this organization," Brooks said. Inviting Paul to attend would be "like inviting Barack Obama to speak."""

    Team red is filled with RINOs to the point it's changed what being a republican is. They are not RINOs anymore, they are the republican party to the point that Ron Paul is a RINO.

    Paul holds more republican values than any other R candidate.

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    It's been rinos since Lincoln and even he wasn't a true scotsman.

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    It's rinos all the way down.

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    +25

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    Right - If Ron Paul is so far outside of the republican mainstream, why is he running 2nd among Iowa voters? Are these people afraid he'll get another 90 seconds to talk? They probably should be, given that he had the cojones to flatly say "No" at the last debate to the prospect of meddling in an Israeli-Iranian dust-up, and then pointed out the unlikelihood of that actually happening; must've caused many a defense contractor to put their Lamborghini orders on hold.

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    You are so on the money!!

  • mad libertarian guy||

    I would agree. But as a caveat, we also need to change RINO from a pejorative to a positive attribute.

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    Paul was one of a small handful in Congress who voted "NO" to condoning Israel when they bombed Iraq's nuclear sites.

    I think the RJC, like the bulk of the mass-media, is scared of someone coming on their show who would actually promote Israel sovereignty.

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    He voted "NO" to condemning Israel. Condoning is the opposite of condemning, you see.

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    He would have voted no to condoning them too. Mind your own business means mind your own business.

  • pmains||

    Is it just me, or is this an incredibly tone-deaf response on behalf of the RJC? I doubt that CNN, Fox News, or the others thought that Ron Paul was a "serious" candidate, but they didn't shut him out. Why can't the RJC man up and accept that not everyone agrees with them?

  • tarran||

    Because the only way their prefered policies make sense is if people don't think too hard about them.

    All it takes is one kid saying "He's naked," and the whole house of cards crumbles... checkmate!

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    ^this^

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    The RJC obviously doesn't want a debate with questions and logic injected into it so that their extremely biased, narrow and totally selfish view of a world, which they feel should revolve around them first and foremost, would only serve to expose them for the hypocrites that they are.

    I think it is high time that Israel defended their country themselves. God knows the tax payers of this country have sacrificed more than our fair share to help build Israel into one of the world's most powerful nations...even while ours continues to fall apart before our eyes.

    I have just two questions for the people of Israel. One, when this country goes broke, will you be there to give us aid so generously as we have done for you? And two, WHEN we are totally broke, who will be your next Sugar Daddy?

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    PRESENT!

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    They don't need another sugar daddy. They sucked trillions of dollars out of this country in the bailout. Why do you think the Fed won't tell us who got the money? Israel uses the US like its whore. They'll toss the US aside when they're done f****ing us.

  • Raston Bot||

    That RJC debate sans Paul is going to be one massive fellating of Israel. I expect some laughably sad displays of groveling.

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    We should send them lots of knee pads and tissues.

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    this is the funniest comment I have seen today - love it!

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    Poor little Israel just needs our money and weapons. That is the only acceptable view? Go fuck yourself RJC.

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    Israel has no better friend than America, and America has no better friend than Israel.
    We stand together to defend democracy. We stand together to advance peace. We stand together to fight terrorism.
    Congratulations, America. Congratulations, Mr. President. You got bin Laden. Good riddance.
    In an unstable Middle East, Israel is the one anchor of stability. In a region of shifting alliances, Israel is America’s unwavering ally. Israel has always been pro-American.
    My friends, you don’t have to -- you don’t need to do nation- building in Israel. We’re already built.
    You don’t need to export democracy to Israel. We’ve already got it.
    And you don’t need to send American troops to Israel. We defend ourselves.

    Israel Prime Minister Binyamin address to Congress.

    With Ron Paul sitting in Congrass and hearing this first hand sounds to me like he wants to give Israel what they want.

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    My problem with that address is how he implied that democracy is inherently a good thing. Let alone the fact that angry portions of their government would like to take away the Arab-Israelis voting rights. If that's democracy and if democracy is inherently good, let them reap the whirlwind.

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    States are not people. States are incapable of being "friends" with other states. Alliances between states are formed out of expedience and for the benefit of a State's populace ...nothing more. It is not in the United State's interest to ally itself with Israel. Doing so causes friction with neighboring states, states which we have no interest in warring with but do have an interest in trading with.

    International relations is not a soap opera.

    A sane foreign policy would be to step back and treat both Israel and her neighbors in an indifferent and consistent manner. Something Paul has suggested.

    That being said, I do admire the Jewish ethnostate. I'd love to see America implement some of Israel's nationalist policies: 20' concrete barriers on her borders, an ethnocentric schooling curriculum, an discriminatory immigration policy, etc.

    Unfortunately, Republican policy has been to make the United States a borderless "free market" while at the same time bankrupting the nation fighting overseas wars to protect Israel's borders.

    No thanks. America first.

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    Dick move, RJC.

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    At least it's a circumcised dick.

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    Uuugghhhhhh....

    +1

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    And soon it will be Newtered.

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    +1

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    He's just so far outside of the mainstream of the Republican party

    Yeah, the guy who has consistently polled around third in the primary race is "outside the mainstream" of the party.

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    The RJC would prefer a smaller, more paranoid party and hope overall election attendance is down.

    The American electorate continues to help them.

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    Agreed. They will get their wish if Newt is the candidate. Some of us just can't lower ourselves enough to vote for him. He's the biggest dirt bag of the bunch.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    It must be tough being Newt; being the biggest dick in a bag of dicks has to be hard.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    I bought a box of Republican Jewish Coalition Bars from the Girl Scouts. They were expensive and surprisingly salty.

    And I'm not seeing the weird punctuation.

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    I like how refusing to give Israel billions of dollars in aid is "anti-Semitic."

  • pmains||

    Especially since it's followed up with, "Israel has more than enough nukes to deal with Iran should it get feisty."

  • xdream||

    Because they want their welfare check. haha

  • mad libertarian guy||

    It's the same thinking that leads liberals to believe that cutting taxes raises spending.

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    They just hit up Germany for another billion too. Gravy train. Man white people are stupid.

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    Actually the US gives seven (7) times as much foreign aid to Israel's enemies as to Israel. Ending ALL foreign aid would make Israel the net beneficiary.

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    Republican Jewish Coalition Bars Ron Paul From Presidential Debate, Saying He's Too "misguided and extreme" he hasn't sufficiently prostrated himself on the temple of AIPAC

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    But really, who has?

  • Fluffy Got Demoted||

    It's their forum, so they can invite whom they like.

    They are obviously morons, though, if they think that there is a meaningful difference between the foreign policy advocated by Obama and that of Gingrich or Romney.

    In fact, if they're basing their invitation list on the willingness of candidates to sign checks to Israel, it's absurd to say that the current GOP invitees should come but Obama should NOT.

  • Robert||

    They don't think there is a meaningful difference there, so they think the debate should be about other issues.

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    I love how disapproving of illegally killing Osama bin Laden ( a Semite) is anti Semitic.

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    Can't criticize anything about the government's methods, even if it was the opposition that did it because in the end, the republicans want to be able to do whatever they want regardless.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    Especially when it comes to using the military as your tool du jour.

    They're ringing their hands in anticipation at all of the executive overreach Obama has done with the military.

    "You mean we'll get to drone US Citizens we don't approve of without penalty?"

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    The presence of a non boot licker might undermine the dignity of the seven on stage.

    If you are going to limit the event to serious/viable candidates, why - in JHWH's name - are you inviting Bachmann and Santorum?

  • mad libertarian guy||

    Because they will sufficiently swallow the RJC's jizz.

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    Only Santorum will swallow...stop trying "to do character assassinations" on Michelle, she's already confused enough, gay husband and all.

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    10) "crank."

    If the man doesn't believe as we do, we say he is a crank, and that settles it. I mean, it does nowadays, because now we can't burn him.

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    At least Paul wont need a flea bath after association with mad dogs on the stage that night.

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    BTW, with this kind of treatment how can the GOP complain if Paul is the spoiler for running third party? So stupid, they don't even realize the kind of bind they'll bring on themselves if even a slight degree of justice be willing.

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    Slightly less inflammatory accusations from David Horowitz circa March 2007.

    Slightly MORE inflammatory accusations from David Horowitz circa earlier this year.

  • Matt Welch||

    Noted, and thanks!

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    Gaza is a fucking concentration camp. Its just more free range than the ones used in WW2 and the prisoners aren't forced to work. So its not a labor camp, or a death camp, but it IS a concentration camp.

    And honestly why does everybody give such a fuck what the mighty "chosen people" think? There are more muslims in the US than jews. There are about 100x as many muslims in the world than there are jews. Yet USfags constantly bend over backward to attempt and secure the all important "jewish vote" and assure everybody they are committed to deepthroating Israel's dick to the best of their ability.

    And all these dipshits in TEAM RED, who think you are an "antisemite" (protip: Arabs are also semites)if you want to distance yourself from the militaristic, socialized, theocratic police state known as "the State of Israel"... are they basically confessing that they are racist against blacks, when they rabble rabble about ending foreign aid to Africa? I mean if it makes you a racist Nazi to want to curb the relationship with Israel, surely it makes you a KKK member if you want to end foreign aide to Africa...

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    H & R: come for the snark, stay for the nuance.

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    This never used to happen when Postrel was running the place.

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    Dammit, it isn't cocktail hour on the West Coast yet.

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    Yeah, but I really wanted an Old Fashioned and I'm in Boston.

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    You don't get a "reason" to drink if you Postreled the thread yourself.

    Someone else has to be incited to do it for you.

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    Christ, for a site named "Reason" there are a lot of ad hoc rules on the drinking games.

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    ...for a site named "Reason"...

    fuck don't you know that's one of them!??

    DRINK

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    Gaza also elects the likes of Fatah and Hamas as its leadership, consistently refuses two-state resolutions, routinely lobs bombs at Jews for being Jews, and does a few other things much of the world would find distasteful if the target were anyone but Israel. Where are the rest of the Arabs? Nowhere. Jordan and Syria could carve up some dust for the new Palestine, too, but they don't. Too convenient to keep the Israeli punching bag in existence. And I don't hear you griping about US aid going to Egypt, Jordan, Gaza itself, and a few other Arab states.

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    And I don't hear you griping about US aid going to Egypt, Jordan, Gaza itself, and a few other Arab states.


    Then you haven't been listening.

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    they don't lob bombs at Jews because of Jews being Jews. The bombs come because of the Israeli occupation and the siege. Israel has killed 100 times more Palestinians than the other way around. Not to forget the 60 plus years of oppression. What do you expect, FLOWERS!

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    so, Israelis in Israel is "occupation". Please. There has never been a self-governing country known as Palestine. By the way, since the Arabs with the most freedom are the ones living in Israel, shouldn't you be more concerned about the ones living under tyrannical dictators?

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    Classic Hasbra line ranting. There never was a self governing land called Palestina. There never was a land called Israel either. Arabs are second class citizens in Israel. Israel is the reason why Arabs are living under dictatorship. Uncle Sam supports them on behalf of Israel.

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    And I don't hear you griping about US aid going to Egypt, Jordan, Gaza itself, and a few other Arab states

    Who is "you," here? Because Ron Paul gripes about exactly those things. Didn't you watch the debate? Can you comprehend the English sentence, "I'm opposed to all foreign aid"?

    These are not rhetorical questions.

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    "You" is the poster to whom I responded; pretty sure it's not Ron. I have no issue with cutting off all foreign aid, either. Try reading these things in some context before going all Barrack on folks and being condescending.

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    " "You" is the poster to whom I responded; pretty sure it's not Ron."

    Part of the problem is to many pronouns. Not enough in the way of specific identifiers in many of the posts. Hard to tell what the subject is many times.

    I get a bit confused by some of the posts when I try to figure out who or what is being referred to.

    SamFox

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    You do know that we have all the money, right?

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    Yes - you've printed tons of worthless Judenfetzen" - and it's all collapsing. Next year's crash is gonna be NASTY. To bad Hitler and the boys didn't do what they've been accused of...

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    Yes - you've printed tons of worthless Judenfetzen" - and it's all collapsing. Next year's crash is gonna be NASTY. To bad Hitler and the boys didn't do what they've been accused of...

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    Yes - you've printed tons of worthless Judenfetzen" - and it's all collapsing. Next year's crash is gonna be NASTY. To bad Hitler and the boys didn't do what they've been accused of...

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    There are more Muslims in the US than jews.

    Are there more Palestinians then Jews?

    I always wondered why this is somehow a "Muslim" fight.

    I mean it is not as if the Iranian Persians give a rats ass about the Kurds who are all Muslims and actually live closer to Iran then the Palestinians do...why are Palestinians (who are not all Muslims) so very special?

    Anyway most Muslim resentment of Jews comes from dictators who want to point fingers away from their own short comings. Hating Jews is the only thing many Muslims are allowed to get pissed off about....complain about simple bad government services in say Syria or in Iraq under Suddam or in Libya or Egypt or Iran and you can end up being imprisoned tortured and killed.

    That sort of shit needs venting and the tyrants encourage it to be steamed out against the Jews.

    In the US Muslims are not beaten and killed by the government and are not being directed by their incompetent tyrannical government to hate some scapegoat...so it is kind of hard for them to get worked up about Jews.

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    The point is this: few people would think muslims are a significant American demographic, they ARE a pretty low percentage of the population. Yet there are more of them than there are jews. But every election, we have to hear about how THIS time, TEAM RED will finally win over the all important jewish vote, since they really rode Israel's cock hard. And you'll see it at this debate. Everybody there will be snowballing Israel's cum. These stupid fucks actually think the "jewish vote" matters (there was a survey within the last year that your average yank fucktard thinks jews are "about 25% of the population" -the same % your average yank fuckwit thinks of what percentage is openly gay), and they also think they'll GET the jewish vote. Afterall they've sucked off Israel SO much. Granted, part of it is to win over the so-con dipshits who think that Israel needs to be protected so the apocalypse can start and then all the jews will suddenly embrace Jesus as their savior... but come on. Shits retarded.

    Don't even tell me its because they are such a great ally. They aren't. They freeley attack American assets, and even if they didn't, the US has farrrr more important strategic/defense relationships than worthless Israel.

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    There are more muslims in the US than jews.

    Because the rest of the Arabs in the Middle East don't give half a pig's unclean ass about the Palestinians, save that they suffer beautifully and on camera to serve as a bloody shirt against the Jews, and, more importantly, stay out of their countries (ask the Egyptians, Jordanians, and Lebanese how they feel about Palestinians and you'll be treated to some choice swearing in Arabic).

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    Everyone should email Alex Siegel @ press@rjchq.org and let him know that you don't appreciate the Republican Jewish Coalition's reverse disrimination. If a Jewish candidate were left out of a debate because we don't feel like our tax money should go to Israel, I'm sure there would be an uproar about anti-semitism.

  • tarran||

    It's not reverse discrimination.

    It's discrimination based on political views.

    It's outrageous enough without mischaracterizing it.

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    So leave out the word "reverse" if it makes you feel better. Disrimination is discrimination....and that's what this is. Too bad there's not an ANTI RON PAUL DEFAMATION LEAGUE to lobby the media and the government and cause a big stink about this. I'm being sarcastic, btw, since you're so literal.

  • pmains||

    Here is my letter.

    Dear Mr. Siegel,

    I would like to register my opposition to the RJC's choice to bar Ron Paul from the forth-coming debate. While I am sure that Dr. Paul won't be receiving the RJC's endorsement, barring him from the debate casts the RJC into a negative light. If FoxNews, CNN, MSNBC and others are able to cope with Ron Paul having a spot in the debates they hosted, so should the RJC. To do otherwise invites accusations of intolerance and elitism.

    As you know, Dr. Paul has called for ending aid to Israel (as well as to Israel's increasingly hostile neighbors). Dr. Paul is not, however anti-Semiitic. Rather, he wants Israel to disengage from entangling alliances that may endanger their national security, just as he wishes the same for the United States. I completely understand if you disagree with his position, but to castigate him as an anti-Semite does nothing to improve the reputation of RJC, AIPAC and other pro-Jewish and pro-Israel groups. Furthermore, it does an injury to our country by inhibiting a free and open debate on issues that the RJC obviously deems to be very important.

    Thank you

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    Wow...very well said. I'm glad I didn't send mine before I read this.

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    They've already balled up that email and thrown it in the trash.

    They go through alot of monitors.

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    i think i need a tissue.

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    We've already set that letter on fire like a Menorah on Hannukah.

  • mad libertarian guy||

    There is no such thing as reverse discrimination.

    It's just plain old discrimination.

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    Ron Paul and Gary Johnson should go to Pearl Harbor and unleash a barrage of cheapshots at the debate sponsors and the attendants who think unconditionally appeasing about a tiny foreign police state is more important than remembering the costs of war on the country they actually belong to.

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    there are Repub Jews?

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    Ummm, Eric Cantor?

    That's pretty much it.

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    That's pretty much it.

    Ummmmmmmmm...

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    Steyn is not Jewish; he's Catholic.

  • BakedPenguin||

    Read Commentary magazine.

  • nicole||

    I LOLed

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    I just fired this off to him:

    Banning Ron Paul Was The Right Decision‏

    I'd like to appluad your organization's decision to ban Ron Paul from the Dec. 7 Republican debate. With such poor treatment visible for everyone to see, you have given Congressman Paul the excuse he needs to justify running as a third party candidate, thus being the spoiler in the November election and ensuring that President Obama wins another four years in office to 'finish the job.' All of us owe you our deep heart felt gratitude.

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    In answer to:

    AR|12.1.11 @ 4:46PM|#

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    +1

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    IOW: "UNLESS YOU VOTE FOR MY GUY UR SPLITTING TEH VOTE111!!#$" I can't appluad ur actions.

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    kill yourself

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    Sure thing, tuffgai.

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    Sometimes reality is a bitch with or without approval.

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    Might also have something to do with Ron Paul stating that he would do nothing to prevent, nor do anything about it afterwards if Iran turned Tel Aviv is a sea of radioactive glass.

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    The ground doesn't actually turn to glass.
    Just sayin'.

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    I missed that quote. If Iran launched a Nuke on Israel, Paul has said he'd stand by? That scenario hasn't been presented AFAIK.

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    He would cheer if this happened.

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    Who the fuck are you?

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    Please produce the video of Dr. Paul saying this....LIAR!!

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    Not sure if you quite understand this, but Israel isn't actually part of America. They're like, two totally different countries. They have their own military and everything! And Israel has 300 nukes and would turn Iran into a parking lot in about 24 hours.

    But I agree. How dare we not help Israel seeing as how they helped us in Korea, Vietnam, Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and all our wars. Oh wait. That's right, they've never helped us. But they did attack the our ship USS Liberty and murder a bunch of our soldiers once.

    But remember- they're our best ally ever, or you're a rabid anti-semite!

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    The USS Liberty is a conspiracy theory...the government told us the truth about it, if you question the official story then you are probably Al Qaeda. The truth could not have been covered up, if the conspiracy theories were true then it would have been leaked in the first year or two. No way a newspaper like the chicago tribune could confirm conspiracy nut opinions 40 years later and if they did it would be a HUGE story.

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    there are Repub Jews?

    Eric Cantor? Doesn't get much more Judaic than that.

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    The Jewish Republicans have one of the strongest lobbying organizations in Washington DC and they are a part of the problem. No Dr. Ron Paul invite tells me Dr. Paul's strong following has hit a nerve with this organization. Ron Paul 2012 Last chance for the USA.

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    You mean the last chance for an American Holocaust.

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    Son, I remember when trolling meant something.

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    Pretty sure we already had two of those.

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    ^nice^

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    Name-calling: 1) "misguided and extreme," 2) "so far outside of the mainstream," 3) "like...Barack Obama," 4) "will appeal to a very narrow constituency,"...

    Wait a minute. Name-calling is bad now?

  • BakedPenguin||

    +1 Matt Welch

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    Name-calling is bad in what is supposed to be an objective justification for excluding someone they don't like.

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    Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?
    Libertarian movement veterans, and a Paul campaign staffer, say it was "paleolibertarian" strategist Lew Rockwell
    http://reason.com/archives/200.....newsletter

    Excerpts:
    Cato Institute President Ed Crane told Reason he recalls a conversation from some time in the late 1980s in which Paul claimed that his best source of congressional campaign donations was the mailing list for The Spotlight, the conspiracy-mongering, anti-Semitic tabloid run by the Holocaust denier Willis Carto until it folded in 2001.
    ...
    Financial records from 1985 and 2001 show that Rockwell, Paul's congressional chief of staff from 1978 to 1982, was a vice president of Ron Paul & Associates, the corporation that published the Ron Paul Political Report and the Ron Paul Survival Report. The company was dissolved in 2001. During the period when the most incendiary items appeared—roughly 1989 to 1994—Rockwell and the prominent libertarian theorist Murray Rothbard championed an open strategy of exploiting racial and class resentment to build a coalition with populist "paleoconservatives," producing a flurry of articles and manifestos whose racially charged talking points and vocabulary mirrored the controversial Paul newsletters recently unearthed by The New Republic. To this day Rockwell remains a friend and advisor to Paul—accompanying him to major media appearances; promoting his candidacy on the LewRockwell.com blog; publishing his books; and peddling an array of the avuncular Texas congressman's recent writings and audio recordings.

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    point?

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    Really? This is absolutely, without a doubt, the first time that I have heard of this.

  • Old Mexican||

    Re: KLV,

    During the period when the most incendiary items appeared—roughly 1989 to 1994—Rockwell and the prominent libertarian theorist Murray Rothbard championed an open strategy of exploiting racial and class resentment to build a coalition with populist "paleoconservatives,"


    You DO know that this is a clumsy and obvious lie, right?

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    +1

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    Don't blame them afer he said he would abandon them to their neighbours in the region by denying them ANY support... Kind throws Israel under the bus if we pull out of the region, eh?

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    I'm not sending you any money. How do those bus tires feel on your skull?

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    heh heh.

  • Fluffy Got Demoted||

    How is a nation with hundreds of nuclear weapons seriously threatened by a bunch of basket case countries like Syria?

    It doesn't throw Israel under the bus at all.

    They'd have to run their little socialist paradise without American taxpayer subsidy, but I don't see how that rises to the level of "throwing them under the bus".

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    Yeah, because he doesn't want entangling military alliances with anyone, Israel included. We've already received plenty of blowback for picking regional favorites and setting up bases over there. Conservatives are uninterested in stopping the roots of terrorism, merely playing Russian Roulette by trying to catch them all while creating new generations of terrorists by killing lots of innocent civilians.

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    creating new generations of terrorists by killing lots of innocent civilians.

    We killed tons of civilians in WW2. Where are the German terrorists?

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    Bad comparison there. Most of Germany's civilian population was perpetuating the German war machine.

    Plus, loosing some predator missiles for the fuck of it every now and then on brown people isn't "war"

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    Yes it is. It's just war on a very disadvantaged opponent. We have no moral obligation to tie our hands behind our back because they suck. PS those 'civilians' are part of the war machine too if they are hosting our enemies in their homes or helping them at all. Also, the immediate yanking of 'brown people' just betrays your weakness.

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    No, sorry. We're not at war with tribal villages in Pakistan.

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    No, no weakness, just snark. If arab villagers were enabling their government to continue hostile actions, you'd have a point. But, I'm curious, do you think the absence of German terrorists after Dresden is evidence that occupation of the ME is going to actually work??

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    When did Congress declare this so called "war"?????

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    How do you know that those civilians are your enemies? Did they ever do anything to you?

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    Since when is killing civilians relevant? Jew hater

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    Israel isn't putting on the debate.

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    Israel firsters with duel citizenships are.

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    ...AND THAT IS ONE HELL OF A WELL-ARMED BUS FOR SURE! Besides, if you remember your history, Israel, almost unilaterally, defeated practically every threatening Arab state in the region IN JUST 6 DAYS!
    It is an insult to the nation of Israel to suggest that they are too weak to take care of themselves! Get real!

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    ...AND THAT IS ONE HELL OF A WELL-ARMED BUS FOR SURE! Besides, if you remember your history, Israel, almost unilaterally, defeated practically every threatening Arab state in the region IN JUST 6 DAYS!
    It is an insult to the nation of Israel to suggest that they are too weak to take care of themselves! Get real!

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    Fuck the Republican Jooish Coalition and identity politics. Everyone should have the balls to ignore their shitty debate.

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    I think everybody should be emailing the candidates who have been invited and telling them they won't get your vote because they're obviously running for President of Israel rather than POTUS.

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    AMEN....I agree....what debate....all the others are WARMONGERS just like these ZIONIST JEWA$$E$.....go home!!

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    Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?
    Libertarian movement veterans, and a Paul campaign staffer, say it was "paleolibertarian" strategist Lew Rockwell
    http://reason.com/archives/200.....newsletter

    Excerpts:
    The newsletters' obsession with blacks and gays was of a piece with a conscious political strategy adopted at that same time by Lew Rockwell and Murray Rothbard. After breaking with the Libertarian Party following the 1988 presidential election, Rockwell and Rothbard formed a schismatic "paleolibertarian" movement, which rejected what they saw as the social libertinism and leftist tendencies of mainstream libertarians. In 1990, they launched the Rothbard-Rockwell Report, where they crafted a plan they hoped would midwife a broad new "paleo" coalition.

    Rockwell explained the thrust of the idea in a 1990 Liberty essay entitled "The Case for Paleo-Libertarianism." To Rockwell, the LP was a "party of the stoned," a halfway house for libertines that had to be "de-loused." To grow, the movement had to embrace older conservative values. "State-enforced segregation," Rockwell wrote, "was wrong, but so is State-enforced integration. State-enforced segregation was not wrong because separateness is wrong, however. Wishing to associate with members of one's own race, nationality, religion, class, sex, or even political party is a natural and normal human impulse."

    The most detailed description of the strategy came in an essay Rothbard wrote for the January 1992 Rothbard-Rockwell Report, titled "Right-Wing Populism: A Strategy for the Paleo Movement." Lamenting that mainstream intellectuals and opinion leaders were too invested in the status quo to be brought around to a libertarian view, Rothbard pointed to David Duke and Joseph McCarthy as models for an "Outreach to the Rednecks," which would fashion a broad libertarian/paleoconservative coalition by targeting the disaffected working and middle classes. (Duke, a former Klansman, was discussed in strikingly similar terms in a 1990 Ron Paul Political Report.) These groups could be mobilized to oppose an expansive state, Rothbard posited, by exposing an "unholy alliance of 'corporate liberal' Big Business and media elites, who, through big government, have privileged and caused to rise up a parasitic Underclass, who, among them all, are looting and oppressing the bulk of the middle and working classes in America."
    ....
    The presidential campaign Rothbard and Rockwell supported in 1988 was Ron Paul's run on the Libertarian Party ticket. In 1992, they were again ready to back Paul, until Pat Buchanan convinced the obstetrician to withdraw and back his conservative challenge to then-president Bush. "We have a dream," Rockwell wrote in that same January 1992 edition of RRR, "and perhaps someday it will come to pass. (Hell, if 'Dr.' King can have a dream, why can't we?) Our dream is that, one day, we Buchananites can present Mr. and Mrs. America, and all the liberal and conservative and centrist elites, with a dramatic choice....We can say: 'Look, gang: you have a choice, it's either Pat Buchanan or David Duke.'

  • ||

    But you repeat yourself...

  • ||

    Okay, now this is only the second time that I have seen this. This is certainly not a dead horse that you are beating, and you have convinced me that Obama is the right person to reduce the size of the federal government and protect our civil liberties.

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    ^In response to KLV

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    Indeed, Devil. I too have been persuaded by seeing this AGAIN.

  • Old Mexican||

    Re: KLV,

    Rothbard pointed to David Duke and Joseph McCarthy as models for an "Outreach to the Rednecks," which would fashion a broad libertarian/paleoconservative coalition by targeting the disaffected working and middle classes.


    You DO know that this was a clumsy misconstruing of what Rothbard - a JEW - was saying, right?

    You know that you're showing yourself to be a very incompetent poster, KLV?

    "Yet, if you go and read what the newsletter says about Duke, it is clear the author was merely saying Duke’s success is due to his opposition to affirmative action and the welfare state: indeed, Kirchick cites a passage (without citing it in full) in which Duke is taken to task for his lack of a 'consistent package of freedom.' Yet the willfully ignorant Radley Balko, another Cato type, avers: 'I simply can’t imagine seeing any piece of paper go out under my name that included sympathetic words for David Duke. That a newsletter with Paul’s name did just that demands an explanation from Paul.' "

    http://takimag.com/article/why.....z1fKztf5Qm

  • xdream||

    NO MORE WELFARE CHECKS TO ZIONIST ISRAEL! They murder, and steal land like they've been doing for thousands of years. Real Jews against Zionist Israel. http://youtu.be/O7ymcBze2Po

  • ||

    Thanks for exposing the lie that hating Israel has nothing to do with hating Jews. Israel hasn't even existed 70 years, let alone thousands, nitwit.

  • ||

    In his defense, Israel's entire claim to the land they are occupying is that it has actually been "theirs" for thousands of years. And if you play along with this inane belief, you will also find that the originally acquired said land after slaughtering the many original inhabitants of Canaan. Their holy text recounts this genocide, and reports that after they did this, their deity gave them the property deed to Canaan/Palestine and told them to call it Israel. And that as long as they ran a nice little intolerant theocracy, they would be able to rape and slaughter and steal from whatever infidels they please for all time. Nice story huh?

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    Meh, how is that any different than Mohammed's conquests?

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    Actually their claim to the land is that fact that they bought it from the emirs back when the zionist movement started in earnest in the late 19th century. Mostly poor Russians escaping pogroms, they weren't spoiling for a fight over land with Arabs. But after the poor Palestinians saw how the kibbutzes, etc. were turning barren desert into lush farmland they got jealous. So the emirs started the whole "they stole our land," meme to keep the Palestinians from revolting. And I must say, it has been an excellent strategy.

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    Not quite. Unless you actually think every last acre of the State of Israel (for purposes of this argument -1948 borders) was lawfully purchased from the original Arab landowners. Protip: it wasn't. By the way, why did the zionists insist on Palestine, and not on the fine, sparsely populated African real estate initially offered them by the British Empire? That's what I thought.

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    Ha ha, the we turned the desert into lush farmland lie. The kibutkis were not farmers they were trained killers. They terrorized the unarmed and unorganized Palestinian's until they fled.

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    SAD.....the real JEWS love Dr. Paul....you ZIONIST need to go...you are a bunch of warmongers.....move back to Israel and get the HELL out of this country!!

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    The only Jews who support Paul will be the dead Jews; that is, if Paul ever got power.

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    You are full of shit

  • BakedPenguin||

    He is; but there are a few folks here who sound like they've been reading the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. We should end foreign aid to Israel because we should end foreign aid, period.

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    You are slime Colin....you are nothing more than a warmonger and hater....try this page....many Jews love Dr. Paul because they know he is honest and a man of integrity....

    Jews for Ron Paul

    http://www.facebook.com/JewsForRonPaul

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    ^this^

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    I really think you actually have to live in Israel to be a Zionist.

    I guess US supporters could be called Zionist sympathizers...but if that were true then you would not even have to be Jewish.

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    The RJC just discredited themselves.. Good job fellas!

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    Instructions to RJC: 1)Twist cock 180 degrees. 2)Bend cock 90 degrees. 3)Insert cock into own anus. 4)Bounce up and down on bicycle seat.

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    It's going to be great once Paul gets the nomination, then these guys' world will fall apart, and I will be there laughing the whole time.

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    JHYNN...that's why Dr. Paul doesn't get any love from the media either the major outlets are owned by these JEW SOB's...

    The mainstream media is owned by just six companies and the board members of these companies also generally sit on boards of companies like Haliburton. What we have is a corrupt media that is in bed with the big corporate players and establishment members of government. These people all know that Ron Paul is too principled to be bought out, and that is why they all would prefer "anyone but Paul".

    Read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/8601-50.....z1aJc9DGvh

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    Ugh...jews are not the borg. Israel may be the rights bellywick, but the MSM ignoring Paul is not the conspiracy of elders coming to fruition. They have their reasons, but its not because of the jewish members. The democrats and those who interview them have less than lovey dovey relationships with Israel at times and I haven't seen them blacked out in the same way Paul has.

    Most jews I know are no where close to zionists. Potraying them as such is just ignorant racism.

  • BakedPenguin||

    'Bailiwick'. And "pet cause" is closer to what you meant. /pedantic dick.

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    I know, makes me sad... Thing is I don't think this goes to say for the average jew. I think it's just the elitist core group that are corrupt. I know a lot of jews that support Paul. Sad their voice is not heard, also sad that all jews will be clumped together and blamed for this. The RJC is nothing, but a disinformation commitee to me now. I'm glad this article is out to discuss it though.

    Dr. RON PAUL for PRESIDENT 2012, all others are bought out!

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    Oh good, you're a moron who I mainly agree with politically. I hate when that happens.

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    It's going to be great if Paul gets the nomination

    Corrected.

    Come on. Lets be reasonable.

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    I always wonder something, you know, because the idea of universal health care should be repugnant to conservatives; Israel actually DOES have universal health care, but we should apparently have no problem subsidizing her with foreign aid. That's interesting.

    Ron Paul provided a fantastic insight on the Israel issue during the debate. In 1981, when Israel bombed the Iraq nuclear reactor, Paul was one of the ONLY congressmen to refuse to condemn Israel for doing it. If Israel were attacked, as an ally, there's NO doubt in my mind that Ron Paul would support them. That doesn't mean he would necessarily send U.S. troops over there to fight at Israel's side if they struck Iran (unless a war were declared by Congress, of course). But Israel didn't send troops to help us fight in Iraq in 2003, nor did they help in the Gulf War (because, of course, the United States told Israel not to!). This whole "defend Israel" pretense that my fellow "conservatives" think they tout is actually some pretty rank hypocrisy. It's a complete misunderstanding of the role of individual nations, and the need for independence and sovereignty.

    Prime Minister Netanyahu, in May 2011, before the U.S. Congress, said himself: “My friends, you don’t need to do nation building in Israel. We’re already built. You don’t need to export democracy to Israel. We’ve already got it. You don’t need to send American troops to defend Israel. We defend ourselves.”

    And besides, as Ron Paul always concludes, we just don't have the money to play this game anymore. I'd love to see someone explain how bankrupting ourselves through non-Congressionally-approved wars provides any kind of lasting "military strength." Are you serious?! We know full-well that unchecked military spending has been one of THE major factors in our rising national debt. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan alone have added between $1.1 and $2 trillion to the debt, plus another $45 billion annually in interest. How much longer do you think our country can handle the spending? How could we ever adequately defend ourselves if something ever hits home, with such an overextended presence around the world?

    Conservatives are supposed to think this is okay? Really?

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    Well done!

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    *Golf clap*

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    Thanks for the comment.
    "Republican Conservatives" stopped being fiscal conservatives a long time ago. Now they're just hawkish democrats who thump the Bible over your head.

    Ron Paul's policy would be the most beneficial to Israel. Israel would be safer without Uncle Sam acting as Enforcer In Chief for the whole region.

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    Wow. Thank you for that. Can we get this in a soundbyte? Wolf...? ....anyone?

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    Isreal stayed out of the first Gulf war because they and all the group of allies thought that their involvement would help Sadam. They were right..

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    Correction... the True name of the Iraeli
    leader IS: Net-the-yahoo... Stand corrected!!! Thank you.

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    They should've just let the damn antisemite participate. Banning him just makes him look good.

    I wouldn't be surprised if he had no intention of even going, considering his hatred of all things Joooooooooooo.

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    God, support for Israel is such a goddamn dog whistle for the right. Seems to me that Israel is better prepared to defend themselves against the ME than Japan is from China, yet no one is baying loudly against pulling our money from Japan.

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    And you're an IDIOT!

  • tarran||

    The comical thing about morons like Colin is that they have no idea of the ethnicity and religions of Murray Rothbard and Ludwig von Mises.

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    Yes he hates Jews so much that he hangs two pictures of Jewish intellectuals on his wall so he can glare at them and concentrate on how much he hates them and their evil small government philosophies.

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    Apparently if you don't support subsidizing Israel with millions upon millions of dollars, then you are Hitler's and al Qaeda's BFF.

    Either that or American Jews think Israelis are too fucking stupid or untrustworthy to defend themselves with their own money.

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    Sadly, on a serious note, it's disturbing that the only candidate that seriously wants to change things (Dr. Paul), is being left out. This alone shows that the RJC does not want to change the status quo, which therefore means they are as corrupt as the lobbyists, bankers, and all the others that take our money everyday. I mean does the Jewish community really not want peace? Ron Paul is the only one that will give that to you. Perhaps, you want another dictator leader. As long as you have a hand in the pocket. You're corrupt RJC, and you tell lies.

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    Now that's fucking stupid.

    Withdrawing our foreign aid will not lead to peace.

    We should do it because it's stupid to subsidize wealthy allies, because it's an entangling alliance, and because it might possibly maybe get the Arabs to like the US a little bit more.

    If you think it will end the Arab-Israeli violence though, I've got a bridge in Brooklyn I'll sell you.

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    "Relentless espousal" of opinions that are almost always deployed as winky dissemblings between Jew-haters who are too sissy to strap on the Klink helmet and ride is certainly a symptom of JOOS on the brain.

    But sometimes it isn't.

    If Ron Paul is in fact a libertarian, as his rhetoric and voting record kinda suggest he is, it doesn't matter if he hates Jews—or blacks or Mexicans or fags or your mama. Does it? His policy prescriptions wouldn't be determined by demographic considerations.

    But Ron Paul and RON PAUL! are two different things, and his very demographically specific fans obviously believe that he's pretending to be a libertarian so they can all wink together about fucking up the Jews—or, regardless of Ron Paul, they use RON PAUL! as an occasion for their JOO-downs.

    Don't they?

    Or his fans wouldn't be who they are, would they? "Student"-type not-Republicans in their 20s? They're fresh outta spot-the-ZOG 101, and so they're really into this seriously religious pro-life anti-immigration Texas Republican with totally un-"student"-y opinions about everything?

    Everything except...

    Uh-huh.

    I hope he's conning them. Like a Jew. And then his Palin-ass son inherits all their money.

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    Next time, try breaking the prozacs in half.

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    ^yes. And also, try pulling up your pants before adressing the class.

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    Way for the RJC to completely discredit themselves... What a bunch of discriminating idiots... The MAJORITY of Americans are sick of wars and giving away billions of dollars we don't have - and that's a fact!

    Ron Paul 2012...

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    To call a man who does not believe in aggresive interventionist foreign policy crazy, does not not speak well of the organization.

    Of all the candidates Ron Paul just might be Israel's best friend. What destroys empires big and small are usually not enemies but self-expansion, foreign occupations, and wars.

    Continuing with status quo policies guarantees that both the U.S. and Israel are heading for disaster.

  • ||

    Apropos of nothing, there really oughta be some kind of predictive algorithm developed that could give us a coefficient indicating the likelihood that any particular H&R post would death-spiral down into a sulfurous troll-infested hell. Maybe separate coefficients for Imbecility and Length.

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    +1

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    +11

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    How can this so-called "global power vacuum" be created, with a foreign policy like Paul's that would rely on free trade and diplomacy and open friendship with other nations? There's a word for claims like that, and that's DELUSIONAL.

    So our $80+ billion in foreign aid to Saudi Arabia, the mother country of most of the 9/11 hijackers, and an enemy country of Israel under Israeli law, is perfectly okay? But attempting diplomacy with Iran - who IS NOT an enemy country of Israel even according to Israeli law - is "misguided and extreme"? That's ridiculous. In fact, that's damned ridiculous.

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    Are you seriously claiming Iran is not an enemy of Israel?

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    Sorry, I was mistaken. Iran actually was added to that list in 2007. I'm wrong on that point. The rest of my comment however, is perfectly legitimate.

    Is Iran hostile to the current regime in Israel? Sure they are.

    In any instance, though, it's easily demonstratable that Saudi Arabia is a hell-of-a-lot more hostile to Israel on a regular basis than Iran is. And yet we continuously aid Saudi Arabia financially. Why? And why did we invade Iraq rather than Saudi Arabia, where 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 came from?

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    excellent points!

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    Iran - who IS NOT an enemy country of Israel even according to Israeli law

    Seriously? The Israelis don't view Iran as a hostile power?

    Ima gonna need some linky on that.

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    Colin, you are a worthless cunt and I hope you get cancer and die, but not before your whole family gets cancer and dies before you.

    Got a kid? Please, please leukemia, please come and slowly kill Colin's kid, while he watches helplessly and the oncologists struggle but fail. Pretty please, leukemia? I don't ask for much.

  • ||

    You are even worse than Colin. Hopefully you take a long look in the mirror soon.

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    Not until I feel like jerking off again.

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    All the other candidates should bow out of this farce.

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    Agreed

  • ||

    Special interests trying to divide America against each other. Don't listen to this bull. Jewish people can vote for Ron Paul since American people can vote for Ron Paul proudly. There's people trying to divide us, rich vs poor, black vs white, Muslim vs Christian. This BS needs to stop.

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    if you dont allow my canidate to put his beliefs in front of the American people, we will stop sending you moneies or goods and you Sir will be sorry you left him out

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    OH yes, one more thing...

    BLAME: Matt Brooks

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    The deceivers want to continue to deceive, they can only invite those who support their way of thinking. I plan on supporting Dr. Paul in every way possible. I was a precinct chair, county and state delegate last time and I plan on doing it again. It's time to end these wars and bring our troops home. We can't afford to support Israel. We owe 15 trillion dollars.We're broke.

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    The RJC are pussies. If RP is so obviously wrong, then let him state his case and be laughed out of the auditorium and out of the presidential race. If, on the other hand, the RJC's position is so weak that it would be shattered by one dissenting voice out of 9, then maybe they are the ones that need to do a little soul searching.

  • ||

    Some fine sentence parsing here. I have been calling people in Iowa for days now. Unfortunately, the negative message is very much out there. When I bring up a foreign policy of free trade and free exchange of ideas, they think I'm cute.

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    So get your dad to call.

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    Who is the Republican Jewish Coalition to decide what is or is not part of the Republican Party platform? Ron Paul is just expressing an alternative to the typical foreign policy that requires America to endlessly sacrifice blood and money in an entangling alliance. He doesn't hate Israel, he just wants to protect America. That makes him a patriot. The RJC should re-examine where there loyalties lie.

  • ||

    "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."

    Is this the fighting stage?

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    They're trying a combination of the laughing and fighting. Ron Paul's campaign is exciting to watch simply to see whether he succceds in educating the public through thick layers of brainwashed resistance and ignorance. He actually has some views to fight for, not like the wishy washy and deceptive others in it for the sheer ego trip and power kick of becoming the President of the USA.

  • Luis ||

    The RJC does not know what they are talking about. They are confused and don't know a globalist from a real patriot. Maybe I should start the Latino Republican True Patriots! Any of those that do not defend the constitution and the bill of right will not be invited. That means all except Ron Paul! The Israel does not need any more foreign aid from us or any other country for that matter. We do not need to impose on their sovereignty (if they have any because our government always tells them what to do). No not this line take the other side, you know what I mean. Enough let them be and if only if they can't protect themselves which I doubt then we can interject. Stop the wars! Freedom is Popular! “In the beginning of a change, the Patriot is a scarce man, Brave, Hated, and Scorned. When his cause succeeds however,the timid join him, For then it costs nothing to be a Patriot.”
     Mark Twain 
    "No army can stop an idea who's time has come" Ron Paul

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    Many of RP's FP ideas are wrong. All the more reason for the RJC to invite him for vigorous debate. Bad decision RJP you're just protecting Paul!

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    I'm having a hard time deciding who's worse.

    Is it the collectivist-asshole Zionists that claim that because you don't want to send your paycheck to Israel that you're an Anti-semite?

    Or is it the collectivist-asshole (actual) anti-Semites that tar a whole people with the misdeeds of a few?

    A tough choice, to be sure. But it sure is fun watching them thrash about in our lowly comment section.

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    Or is it the collectivist-asshole (actual) anti-Semites that tar a whole people with the often imaginary misdeeds of a few?

    ___

    Fixed that for you.

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    I'm not going to call this un-american: I'm sure these people know better than most just how damaging it is to exclude viewpoints you find disagreeable. The real point is they know Ron Paul's arguments are reasonable and convincing, so exclusion is the only way to combat him. Problem is, excluding him is so blatantly prejudicial that it will backfire.

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    I don't understand this coalition. For the first time in history the US under the Ron Paul presidency will stop giving aid to Israel's enemies and will let Israel do as she pleases with the territories. Don't you want that?

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    +1

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    Apparently not, since they are afraid the "well-organized" and "well-disciplined" Arabic hordes will overwhelm them the second the US stops sending everyone (including said Arabic hordes) in the Middle East money. Sounds like unceasing believing in your inherent victimhood will drive out most rationality.

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    Just give us the damn e-mail address so we can shut their system down.

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    I am no RP fan, but that he should be barred from any GOP debate is contemptible. To be sure he is no great friend of Israel, but he is not their enemy as well as espouses a POV that is shared by a large segment of the public

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    I think Paul should take it as a compliment. They like the other candidates because Israel needs a dependable war partner and Paul ain't it. Good for him. Israel needs to take responsibility for their own problems. They are terrorists of the middle east, so Paul should be happy to sit this one out.

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    I will add that Paul's Gaza concentration camp comment is retarded and merits derision.

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    You're retarded and merit derision

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    Oh ho good one! Totally burned me! Did you manage to keep the crayons out of your mouth?

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    You mad!

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    They are contained by force of arms. It is impossible to leave. Israel has the place locked down and guarded on all sides. How is this not a concentration camp? Or do you prefer a newspeak term, like "very large open error detention facility"?

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    open area* herp.

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    It's not a concentration camp because they are dirty goat-fuckers who worship a demon and refuse to admit the land their people have lived on for hundreds-thousands of years belong to white jews from Europe. What a bunch of fuckers.

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    +1 RyanXXX

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    white Jews from Europe are not even Semites and have no connection with the real mid eastern Jews. Gaza is a concentration camp and Israel is an Apartheid state.

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    I don't know if it's retarded. "Ghetto" would be a much better comparison though.

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    This is why the ZIONIST don't like the good doctor.....they can't buy him like they can the others so they smear him....WAKE UP AMERICA.....STOP THE CROOKED POLITICS....ELECT THE ONLY MAN WE CAN TRUST!!!!!

    Ron Paul irks Jewish Lobby
    Posted on January 30, 2011 | 2 Comments

    In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer (a radical Zionist Jew) on January 25, 2011 Senator Ron Paul (Tea Party’s Republican representative) said that “Reuters did a poll, and 71 percent of American people agree with me that when we’re short of money, where we can’t do the things we need to do in our country, we certainly shouldn’t be shipping the money overseas.”

    Continues here...

    https://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/01/30/ron-paul-irks-jewish-lobby/

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    This is disgusting. Remember, he is the only one who supports Israel sovereignty. Such a "wacko" concept. I am kidding, our society is disgusting if they put up with this.

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    I hope someone finds out where they are holding this....I think we should launch a REVOLUTION right there!!

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    Extremely funny considering what is coming out of Israel about the US and how bad we are.

    http://www.thenation.com/blog/.....-americans

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    Ungrateful assholes. Fuck Netenyahoo and Israel!!

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    I love my kids but they are grown and its time they cleaned their hind ends and quit asking to borrow the car. These people are pissed off because they see the gravy train rolling to a halt.. It means Dr Paul is making a difference. I know he will get plenty of publicity from this and more people will hear the message. These people are no different than the dems.. playing the race card. That's exactly what they are doing. They think they are God's chosen. It is not racist to hate the policies and war mongering of the Zionists. They only pretend to represent the Jewish people.

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    They (zionists) actually DO represent more than half of the jews on the entire planet, you know. Not sure that qualifies as "pretending". And yes, they do think they are their deity's one and only chosen people. The rest are not to be trusted. Like you, you lowly goyim. In fact, all you have to do is read the jewish holy texts to see what happened to all non-jews the israelites came across. Genocide and ethnic cleansing, proudly done by the nation of Judea/Israel. That is, until they were on the receiving end, when the Romans did to them what they had been doing for over a millenium to their neighbors and the occupants of Canaan before them.

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    What a disgraceful decision by these people. This will backfire badly and seriously misrepresents what America is about. I guess, these Jews want more people to hate them than already do. Sad part is, Ron Paul doesn't hate them and now the morons at the head of this group just created enemies that they didn't have before.

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    "My friends, you don’t need to do nation building in Israel. We’re already built. You don’t need to export democracy to Israel. We’ve already got it. You don’t need to send American troops to defend Israel. We defend ourselves."

    ~ Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,

    May 2011 before the U.S. Congress

  • Fluffy||

    "But keep sending aid, because I made a lot of promises to that commie cunt who started the Occupy Tel Aviv protest, and now I have to pay for them. And I think American taxpayer dollars can do that just fine!"

    - Benjamin Netanyahu, every other damn day except for the day he made the above speech

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    +1000

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    Poor, poor Israel. Only a couple hundred nukes. Couldn't possibly stand up for yourself! You want to keep taking our money and doing our bidding? Fine by me. But to censor the only candidate that stands up for your sovereignty? Not smart.

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    well u just pissed off alot of people for not inviting him. why? because he doesnt want to go to war with iran like israel wants? idiots, jews can rot in hell.
    RON PAUL 2012

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    Its not the Jewish people- its the Zionists which are their version of neocons. So let them have their little war mongering love affair. They can all sit around and stroke each other til the wee hours of the morning. It won't change a thing. We will still be out of money. we will still be in need of a leader with some fiscal integrity. AND THEY FREAKIN know it!

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    How dare the Rebublican Jewish coalition not invite Ron Paul to the debate, who the hell do they think they are. Do they really feel the need to control everything? What happened to freedom of speech, or is it because Dr. Paul is the only one who has the "stones" to tell the truth about Israel, the economy, the fed, the banks, etc. If he wasn't so right about all of that, why would he be un-invited? Think about it. Every single one of those remaining candidates should boycott the Republican Jewish coalition and stand by their "brother" Dr.Paul and show the Republican Jewish council where to stick their debate.

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    Uh...it is their forum. To invite who they want isn't 'daring' in the least.

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    Everyone, you can email:

    info@rjchq.org

    I bet there is a better email but thats all I could find

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    Ron Paul is also for cutting aid to Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan (all Muslim majority populated countries), isn't he? He's taking a principled view as far as I can tell, that doesn't have anything to do with ethnic, secular, or religious biases. As for the Osama Bin Laden affair, capturing him alive (even if he were to be executed later in whatever manner) would have been much better for finding out more about his organisation. Think that's pretty easy to understand for anyone.

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    They simply want to make a statement that they don't like losing control of the US government. "then they attack you, then you win" or something like that. at any rate I call it good news.. we must be stepping on toes.. Thank You JESUS!!

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    stupid jew bastard

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    And come to think of it, the idea that the killing of Bin Laden is somehow wrong is also worthy of derision. Pull your head out Paul.

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    Ron Paul knows that he would be the People's President and would go to the People's representatives, aka congress, in all matters international. As he says, "We are BROKE"! Newty, Mitty are promising everything. Who will pay?

    These Jews voted for OB. They will again.

    Surprised that Jews would censor Dr. Paul. He's harmless, isn't he?

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    The only candidate who is for peace is barred?

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    Isn't Murray Rothbard Jewish? I don't see even the smallest sign of Ron Paul being anti-Jewish. AIPAC might have it out for Ron Paul, among other lobbyists, and others who benefit from the whole US aid business. It's an industry the management of which makes tons of money in the "transaction costs". Paid for by the US taxpayer.

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    He's not in the slightest bit anti jewish. It's just a sleazy political statement to get more people to kiss their ass. Unfortunately for them it's going to back fire.

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    Wow - I wasn't aware that Israel was a US Province. Sounds like the Republican Jewish Coalition are the extremists in this case. The US has been involved in a foreign war for 10 years. We are struggling financially, and abroad our political status has been irreparably damaged. I think it's clear that the RJC does not have America's best interests in mind.

    If RJC wants to lobby the presidential candidates for further unnecessary handouts, that's their prerogative. I find it disturbing, in the same way that I find Halliburton's no-big contracts disturbing. There's a lot of money and ego involved in this power play. But isn't it hypocritical for the RJC, a minority power-player, to try to get its way by playing the same dirty politics that have been played against minorities in this country?

    In America, we value Freedom of Speech. RJC is falling right in line with the media's attempt at "selling" the right candidate to the American people. RJC, I stay out of our politics if you're going to disrespect our political process. You would think that at a *real* debate, they might be able to convince their constituents with ideas and reasoning instead of stupidly censuring dissenters. Absolutely DISGUSTING behavior especially considering the past treatment of Jews in this manner the last couple hundred years - I would think that the RJC would have better moral solidarity than this.

    Most interestingly, the RJC has invited candidates who have been known to pander and then fail to deliver, flip-flopping for whatever they might personally profit from at a moment's notice. It's a dangerous game that the RJC is playing by handpicking panderers. Supposedly this is going to be a debate? By picking and choosing candidates (some of whom are polling at less than 2%), based solely on the fact that they agree with the RJC's specific agenda..?

    The "RJC debate" is just going to be a Pandering Forum in front of yet-another special interest group seeking government handouts. I would just love it if one single candidate at the RJC forum wouldn't pander and would just stand up and say: the US has it's own domestic issues to deal with. As a reminder for everyone, the US National Debt is now over $15 Trillion Dollars.

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    It all makes sense. The Jews control the media, which has been ignoring Paul, and now they want to exclude him from the debates.

    This reeks of an agenda.

    It's for reasons like this that every other previous civilization has tried to eliminate the Jews.

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    How stupid would someone have to be to not realize this is some neocon piece of shit pretending to be a Jew-hating Paul supporter?

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    They can't all be sockpuppets, RP worshiper.

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    true. But I'm pretty sure this one is.

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    Religion (take your pick) as well as Aetheism (by the likes of Richard Dawkins) are convenient exploitation tools used by a few to mould and manipulate the sentiments of many to make money and power for themselves.

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    ...But not your beliefs. No, your beliefs about the afterlife / lack thereof are perfectly reasonable and sound.

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    Ridiculous! Slander! Ron Paul supports Israel's right to live in freedom and peace! Ron Paul explains very clearly that he would defend our nation if it were attacked. Why is it wrong for him to say that Israel can take care of itself? America needs to drawback its tentacles from the far reaches of this planet. Stop the violence, the hatred that is born within each of us. Ron Paul is forcing America to peer into their own reflection and ask themselves some very serious questions. Only a Sane man would be called "Crazy" by the American sheeple. The "Crazy" meme exists as a consequence of the damaged psyche of the American public. As always, the American public, or call it the status quo, has perpetuated hysteria about Ron Paul through their own misplaced identity and racism. Ron Paul is the only man strong enough to explain the truth.

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    I am sick and tired of the tiny Jewish minority in this country running things ( and ruining things). If they are so damned concerned about the friggin state of Israel, let em move there! We are a nation of over 250 million people, it's insane for Jews to think we are supposed to be so damned concerned for that welfare state of less than 8 million people.

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    Over 310 million people, actually.

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    Ron Paul shouldn't lose any sleep over this. The Republican Jewish Coalition doesn't speak for the majority of Jews anymore than the Stonewall Democrats speak for the majority of gays. Any Ron Paul enjoys plenty of support in both communities.

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    Paul should, however, lose sleep over the fact that he will not be receiving televised coverage mere weeks before the crucial Iowa caucus.

    Paul should also lose sleep over the fact that his ideas and policies will be attacked by the attending Israel-first candidates while he is not present to defend them.

    Paul should also lose sleep over the fact that Israel-first media will report the conference itself as news up until the caucuses, presenting yet-undecided primary voters an image of the GOP in which Paul is not a factor due to his (involuntary) absence.

    Of course, these concerns are the whole point of the RJC's stratagem.

  • Tautoulogic||

    "Well, I'm neither Republican nor Jewish nor a member of a Coalition, so the immediate event is not my call."

    Someone at reason is gonne lose his column.

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    Just typical Jew behavior; silence the opposition, scream anti semite, bring up the Holocaust, etc. I look forward to the backlash from their treachery.

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    It wouldn't be the first savior they've killed.

  • Bob Fischer||

    Jews control finance and foreign policy. They are obviously threatened by Paul, and for good reason. His policies would end their looting of America.

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    After Ron Paul wins Iowa you will not be able to block his message out any longer.

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    After he loses Iowa, you won't be able to sustain your delusions any longer.

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    The Republican what Coalition? Let them have their debate with only one perspective. The rest of the world is finally waking up from it's misguided slumber. The Republicans who misguidedly support unlimited funding with no questions asked are part of the same problem as the Democrats who have no interest in balancing the budget.

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    If they're leaving out "no-hopers", what are Santorum and Huntsman doing on the stage? And doesn't a guy who ranks in the top three in fundraising, the top four in scientific polls, first in straw polls, and first in online support technically have at least some hope of winning?

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    Well I know what debate to boycott now. He's not outside mainstrean republican politics, he's the only republican on the floor, the rest are neo-cons. Apparently the Israeli government won't stand for any criticism of their actions or their foreign policies...

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    I clicked that I liked this because the more Ron Paul is mentioned the better. (quote) "There is no such thing as bad publicity"

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    Do what you want in 3 days he will rise again.
    Ron Paul 2012!

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    Boycott the debate. It is unfair!

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    If only the FOUNDING FATHERS themselves could get ahold of these liberal war monger's ass' X( Extremist? Bullcrap! It's what the Founding Fathers would do!

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    Write to the RJC and let them know how you feel. rjc2012 (at) linderassociates (dot) com. I did:

    "I am extremely disappointed that you have chosen not to invite Ron Paul to your forum. This decision will only reinforce the negative opinions that many people in this country have about the influence Jewish people have in this country. I'm afraid you may come to regret this decision, primarily for the bad press that is sure to follow. I for one intend to start a movement to boycott all future activities of your organization."

  • Herb Moyer||

    Israel's Zionism is equivalent to the US's Hegemony. Both are working hand in hand to crush their "enemies" and enslave their own citizens. Ron Paul doesn't support tyranny, whether it's in the US or Israel. Educate yourselves by searching for Jews Against Zionism.

  • glen||

    damn dirty jews

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    If the GOP lets the Jewish Colition keep Dr. Paul out of the debate then he should leave the GOP and run as a third party candidate.

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    Over the summer, the house passed a resolution which recommened that the president consider reducing aid to the Palestinian Authority if it persisted in its bid for UN memberdhip. Ron Paul was one of only five, possibly 6, representatives to vote no. For a principled opponent of foreign aid to be unwilling to even consider reducing aid to the Palestinians, he must be strongly supportive of their cause. There is nothing libertarian about the Palestinian authority, not its economic policy, its record on civil liberties, nothing. So why the support? Perhaps a shared Jew hatred?

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    WE WHITE....PRODUCE THE PROOF...I DARE YOU! liar

  • Old Mexican||

    Re: wee wee white,

    For a principled opponent of foreign aid to be unwilling to even consider reducing aid to the Palestinians, he [Ron Paul] must be strongly supportive of their cause.


    Or maybe because the whole resolution itself was unconstitutional.

    Oh, did you forget the Constitution? Yeah, most pro-Israel hawks do.

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    Maybe someone could poll all of the Jewish Republican members of Congress on this one - and find out what he thinks.

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    Good. We can laugh at all the phonys kissing Jewish ass. I'm sure Dr Paul can't help them anyway. Good luck with the stupid debate. You'll regret it later.

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    That the Republican Jewish Coalition would exclude a top-tier GOP candidates speaks poorly for the coalition. Why don't they just be honest about it and register as an agent of a foreign power, Israel?

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    That the Republican Jewish Coalition would exclude a top-tier GOP candidates speaks poorly for the coalition. Why don't they just be honest about it and register as an agent of a foreign power, Israel?

  • Robert||

    I think Ron Paul's blowback theory does disqualify him. He took Murray N. Rothbard's idea about the Russians and transposed it to the Arabs. Even though I agree with him on foreign policy, his analysis is so naive I'm scared of where he might take the policies of the USA as POTUS.

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    I'd be more afraid of the all out nuclear war they are about to start if they don't wake up.

  • Sue Hanson||

    Blowback is blowback - doesn't matter which country you interfere with or meddle in - you wil likely get a reaction you don't much like.

  • Old Mexican||

    Re: Robert,

    I think Ron Paul's blowback theory does disqualify him.


    It should also disqualify the 9/11 Commission report, every foreign policy analyst that has forwarded the theory, basic common sense, etc.

    his analysis is so naive I'm scared of where he might take the policies of the USA as POTUS.


    Let me tell you something, you stupid twit: I am not willing to fork out MY FUCKING MONEY to pay for YOUR WARS. How about that? You want my money? Come and get it - I dare you.

    Fucking socialist thief.

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    OK, so now I know we have a Republican Jewish Coalition. LOL Thank God Ron Paul's not taking part in that. It sounds pretty racist and divisive.

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    discrimination

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    Zionists care more about Israel than America.

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    comparing Ron Paul to president Obama is a ridiculous comparison.

  • Sue Hanson||

    The reason Ron Paul was barred is that Obama has ordered all to9 ignore him see it here Obama Issues Ron Paul “Kill Order” As Russia Prepares For War | EUTimes.net http://bit.ly/s4F4ez via @addthis

  • Alchoholic butt-plug||

    stop posting that. It isn't true.

  • Sue Hanson||

    " He has been a virulent and harsh critic of Israel during his tenure in Congress*. Most recently Paul gave an interview in which he voiced his objection to the recent killing of Osama Bin Laden." The writer is either unable to understand English well, or is an outright liar. the statement in quotes here is not true at all.

  • Slap the Enlightened!||

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    That is the most stupid thing I have heard. That group is out of their fucking minds. Yeah liberty is such wild concept.

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    his negligence in allowing to appear under his name

    Oh come on, Mr Welch. You make it sound like he had nothing to do with it and perhaps no knowledge.

    He expressly gave permission for the newsletter publishers to use his name and was paid handsomely for that permission, I might add.

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    Jews...

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    You mean he doesn't kiss jew b*tt.

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    "misguided and extreme views" = anti war fiscal conservative freedom lover who wants america to mind it own business. he has my vote. don't let another country try to affect Americas elections

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    Zionism/Neoconism is DEAD and this pathetic "Bias" by omitting congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul just reaffirms my vote for him!

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    lol so they are fearing that one republican canidate that stands for more then what they could hope will still the spot light from them lmao!by mixxing the republican and demicratic systems togther makes the politician look bad right is what yall all are saying though

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    It's all about the FOREIGN AID bay-bee!

  • mad libertarian guy||

    Wow.

    Make a Ron Paul and Israel post ad you get all kinds of people who I've never seen before take over the board in a way that would make our pale indigenous person proud.

    Go Ron Paul.

  • alchoholic butt-plug||

    the article was posted on the Ron Paul 2012 (not the official one) page on facebook. Just in case you were wondering.

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    For the record, Ron Paul was one of very few congressmen who didn't vote to condemn Israel for blowing up Saddam's nuclear reactor. His position is that Israel's defense is Israel's business.

    The fact is, up to this point, Israel has been kept as a vassal state in order to supply a pretext for a massive pork-barrel scheme for the war profiteers. That "military aid" has to be spent in the USA, on companies who are very adept at buying hookers and blow for legislators and their staffers.

    -jcr

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    Reading these comments gave me a few laughs.
    Nice job guys.
    **Ron Paul 2012**

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    The RJC obviously doesn't want a debate with questions and logic injected into it so that their extremely biased, narrow and totally selfish view of a world, which they feel should revolve around them first and foremost, would only serve to expose them for the hypocrites that they are.

    I think it is high time that Israel defended their country themselves. God knows the tax payers of this country have sacrificed more than our fair share to help build Israel into one of the world's most powerful nations...even while ours continues to fall apart before our eyes.

    I have just two questions for the people of Israel. One, WHEN this country goes broke, will you be there to give us aid so generously as we have done for you? And two, WHEN we are totally broke, who will be your next Sugar Daddy?

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    Ron Paul does not support our tax dollars going to the state of israel. They can take care of themselves. When Paul wins he should remind them of this slight and not give them the keys to the front door of the White House. Maybe we are tired of defending a people who can defend themselves?

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    Jews makes up 1.7% of the US population. The American Indian represent 1.37%. The former absolutely dominates. The latter is invisible. Why?

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    Greetings to all my Jewish Sisters and Brothers,

    I am an American of African descent and no one understands some of your painful experiences as I do. But as I share with many of my black family and friends so often, this is a different time and knowledge is increasing. People are beginning to look at issues more often and they are becoming less interested in focusing on special protections of "groups".

    I consider myself a good judge of character and can spot bigotry and hate a mile away. Ron Paul is an honorable senior man. He is full of wisdom and had it not been for his commitment to educating the public about fractional reserve banking and the significance of a sound monetary system, I would not know how to properly fix my own financial house. Following the advice of many scamming banks and investors, I made poor choices in my life. One would have to a fool to dismiss his economic advice.

    I met Ron Paul twice in 2007. I was so impressed with his humble and delicate speaking manor. He is a peaceful man. He realizes that the United States of America will have to defend itself and should always be prepared to defend itself. What he does not support is the US mingling in the affairs of other countries, regardless if that country is our friend or not. The US cannot afford to police the world even if it wanted to.

    I can assure you that Paul does not have anything personal against Jews or any group. Accordingly, he shares a Libertarian point of view which is not collectivist. He places more importance on the individual and not a group of people. I realize that his way of thinking does appear strange to some of you because you see things from the group perspective. There is nothing that this man could have done to offend the Jewish Republican Coalition that it would ban him from the forum.

    I can assure you that I would not support Paul if I thought there was anything bigoted about him. He isn't perfect but I see absolutely no reason to stop supporting his efforts and I hope that all of you would read his writings, research his history, and fairly consider why he doesn't support mingling in the affairs of such a beautiful sovereign country as Israel. I'm of African descent but America is my country and I would defend my country first before I would a country in Africa. It isn't to say that I don't care about the African countries but this is my home. Charity begins at home. If that is extreme, than I welcome the same attacks as Dr. Paul.

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    It's a shame the RJC is bigoted and racist

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    It's a shame RP is so bigoted and racist.

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    It's a shame you are a dumb fuck.

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    I suppose if they didn't realize they killed a prophet way back then, it's not so surprising they'd do it again with Dr.Paul.

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    It is past time to bar the jew from America. 109 nations have expelled the jews, the united states should be the 110th nation to expel the jews from all activity inside this territory. Jews are a problem for any nation within which they have dwelt. Even Stalin established Birobidzhan, which jews never decided to embrace. Jews are a problem. If you disagree, then tell your faggot son and your diverse neighbor that your posterity doesn't mean shit, and demographic replacement is good for your retirement benefits. Delusional Fucks that you are.

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    I understand now why so many people have a negative opinion of jews and intensely dislike them.

    these people are not americans-they are trying to undermine the loyal americans to use their country FOR israels chilling purposes.

    I honestly hate jews now.

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    It will not be with Ron Paul, i can gaurantee you.. but when legitimate americans finally wrench our country back,

    the jew is going to get it. Getting rid of the jews is the #1 step you must take unless you want a malevolent and evil calculating population plotting to destroy you, within your midst.

    every society has eventually purged the jews for their plotting like in this article, and they cannot deserve what they are going to get anymore.

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    jews are our enemy. they have shown they only wish to control non-jews like a herd of cows, they try to interfere in our elections, run our govt, spend our money, send our sons to war.

    its not a accident that everyone in history eventually enslaves and deports the jews, or gets enslaved by jews.

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    Why must Israel sell their sovereignty to the US for about 1% of their GDP in foreign US aide?

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    ...AND THAT IS ONE HELL OF A WELL-ARMED BUS FOR SURE! Besides, if you remember your history, Israel, almost unilaterally, defeated practically every threatening Arab state in the region IN JUST 6 DAYS!
    It is an insult to the nation of Israel to suggest that they are too weak to take care of themselves! Get real!

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    JEWS SONS OF THE DEVIL! THEY JUST WANT WAR AND MORE WARS !!!! WE WILL ROOT YOU OUT SONS OF THE DEVIL! WE WANT PEACE

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    Maybe it's time the jews go back to their homeland and stop bankrupting the US taxpayers. ya think?? Afterall, we're at the top of the pyramid scheme and it's all about to collapse anyhow

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    Why would you even have a debate if everyone you pick to be a part of it agrees with each other!?

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    Acts 13:10 "You(JEWS) are a child of the devil and an enemy of everything that is right! You are full of all kinds of deceit and trickery. Will you never stop perverting the right ways of the Lord?

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    why do people insist on using the term 'zionism' when talking to people, instead of just referring to those that would rather give up sovereignty to conduct foreign affairs at israel's own will in exchange for foreign aids from the US? the term 'zionism' simply flies over people's heads and i don't know why people keep using it. is it persistent stupidity or some symptom of psychological disorder? learn to communicate in daily terms people actually USE in mainstream and know what you are referring to.. and that doesn't include a stink term like 'zion' as if straight out of a stink teenster movie like matrix

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    What a bunch of self serving A-holes. This is about America, NOT Israel.

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    now pls don't waste my time with links referencing the term 'zion'.. if you miss the point so badly (again, it's about communication, think head) then you aren't worth response time

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    the term zionism simply sounds like a giant mumble jumbo lump of vagueness that resembles a grossly negative sounding term that people have no idea what you're referring to, when you talk to REGULAR people

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    If you are an American of jewish decent you will have allegiance to America not a foreign power, otherwise your not an American. Ron Paul follows the Constitution, you know the highest law of the land, that says stay out of other peoples biz. So all you crazy people that think it's America's job to wipe Israel's behind need to take your but back home to Israel if you love them more than you love America then you don't deserve America.

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    Hi, it was a Jewish Republican here in Jersey that showed me that Ron Paul is the best one running. Please re-think.

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    This was posted at Rumor Mill NEWS....this guy has a great idea for Dr. Paul....LOVE IT....

    Ron Should Send them A Thank You Note...

    Posted By: Lion [Send E-Mail]
    Date: Thursday, 1-Dec-2011 23:49:40

    In Response To: Republican Jewish Coalition Bars Ron Paul From Presidential Debate, Saying He's Too "misguided and extreme" (Dquixote1217)

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    ...for once again setting Dr. Paul apart from the rest of the corporate-owned cub-wolf pack, in his rightful place, high above the foray of mediocre minds who deceive their self as contenders.

    It must be frustrating at times for Paul to have to constantly explain to the others the result of adding 1+1.

    Lion

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    What is extreme about protecting the constitution and the liberties of the people? What is wrong with letting Israel be Israel on their own. Should they not have an opportunity to shine as good neighbors? What is extreme about suggesting enormous changes to a broken system?
    Do you know how the dictionary defines liberal?: Favoring progress or reform.
    Conservative: Maintaining established traditions and standards.
    Liberal system: fixable
    Conservative system: already broken
    Solution? Try something new...
    Denial: The doom of a great number of us. Ron Paul does not hate Israel nor do I. Israelis who are in touch with reality know our dilemma just as well as we do. If we fail what will they do then? Try to think deeply folks. You can do it!

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    Ron Paul only accepts campaign donations from individual Americans, when he wins the election, he owes nothing to the lobbiest or corporate CEO's. The JEWISH LOBBYIST only want candidates they can buy!!!

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    Anoy

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    Another example of the Israel Lobby.

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    Who Owns Media & Entertainment Industry? Pro-War Neocon Jews w/ Double-Citizenship w/ Israel TimeWarner/CNN CEO Jeffrey Bewkes (Jew), NewsCorp CEO Peter Chernin (Jew), Rupert Murdoch (Jewish Mother), Viacom Owner Sumner Redstone (Jew), Paramount CEO Brad Grey (Jew), Walt Disney/ABC CEO Rob Iger (Jew), Sony Chair Michael Lynton (Jew), MSNBC President Phil Griffin (Jew), CBS CEO Leslie Moonves (Jew), MGM Harry Sloan (Jew), NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker (Jew), Vivendi CEO Bernard Levy (Jew)

    Now you know why there is such a media blackout with respect to Ron Paul!

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    Without a doubt it is because Ron Paul has the courage to say we need to stop funding Israel's adventures. AIPAC is a scab on American society.

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    Ron Paul is a candidate and this looks like censorship The Jewish people as a whole look bad by not letting Ron Paul speak. If you let him speak then maybe he can make a fool out of himself. Many people love Ron Paul I saw the Iowa straw polls and he came in 2nd a few weeks ago so he is a valid candidate no matter how much people try to avoid him he may be the next republican nominee

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    Ron Paul is a candidate and this looks like censorship The Jewish people as a whole look bad by not letting Ron Paul speak. If you let him speak then maybe he can make a fool out of himself. Many people love Ron Paul I saw the Iowa straw polls and he came in 2nd a few weeks ago so he is a valid candidate no matter how much people try to avoid him he may be the next republican nominee

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    Okay, I get that most of the people making outrageous statements about Jews here are trolls, but for any real Jew-haters out there, you should know that by lumping all Jews in with the Zionist set, you are serving AIPAC's interests. AIPAC loves when people confuse Zionists with Jews, because that makes it easy for them to conflate anti-Zionism and antisemitism. The most rabidly anti-Israel people I have ever met have been, without fail, Jewish themselves. Personally, I don't give a fuck about either the Israelis or the Palestinians, but I know many really awesome Jews who would never think of betraying the US for Israel. So stop hatin...you are only enabling AIPAC's rhetoric

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    Inciting Anti-Semitism is the biggest tool the Israeli lobby has. Most of the “Jew-hating” trolls here are most likely Zionist Jews.

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    What's NOT to LIKE....this is what the JEWISH RINO"S are afraid of....

    The Ron Paul FREEDOM PRINCIPLES

    * Rights belong to individuals, not groups.
    * Property should be owned by people, not government.
    * All voluntary associations should be permissible -- economic and social.
    * The government's monetary role is to maintain the integrity of the monetary unit, not participate in fraud.
    * Government exists to protect liberty, not to redistribute wealth or to grant special privileges.
    * The lives and actions of people are their own responsibility, not the government's.

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    Ha! Ha! Ha! Nothing I like more than to see a family of roaches fun for cover when the light exposes them. Sadly, their misguided cowardice serves them negatively. Truth will always win.

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    This is good for Ron Paul . There is no way he would even want to speak at an AIPAC/ Irgun/ Zionist/ GOP / Trotskyite event anyway.. Unless he knew he could blow their minds and get them to try giving some positive vibrations as opposed to the negative (death/fear/war)..... Probably not
    Now he gets press for being barred and he gets to (instead of kissing a bunch of ass) work on his campaign.. RP should thank them

    What kind of sick people would try to discredit someone for not supporting murder without trial? I loathe the RJC for being uncivil and primitive. Might as well follow the code of Hammurabi

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    If Ron Paul isn't the nominee (and the way the GOP system is set up he may not) the GOP is dead!!

    RIP GOP

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    One of my best friends is Jewish and he agrees with Ron Paul's stance on Israel. This article and the RJC are silly and absurd.

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    Not because im a Catholic im gonna put the Vatican forst, I would love to see Jewish-American putting America first, you should care about the problems here in America

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    Furthermore, what Ron Paul has said is that we need to cut ALL foreign aid. Regarding Israel, Paul said they can take care of themselves and that we actually worsen the situation in the middle east by siding with one country.