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Ron Paul warned about arming the 1997
« on: April 27, 2014, 06:06:40 AM »
Ron Paul Warned About Arming the BLM…in 1997

The Daily Sheeple
 April 26th, 2014

In 1997, then-Congressman Ron Paul gave a passionate House speech that was aired on C-SPAN.

He spoke about the reasons Americans fear the government and the “police state mentality that prompted Ruby Ridge, Waco and many other episodes of an errant Federal Government”:

Dr. Paul certainly seems to be ahead of his time, and has a talent for predicting the future.

(H/T to The Liberty Feed)

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Re: Ron Paul warned about arming the 1997
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2014, 07:50:10 AM »
Watching Paul I had to remind myself this special order speech was 17 years ago! It's almost as if Paul were entering in the public record the current conversation we're having on the fedgov/Bundy dispute. I also had to wonder if it's coincidence that Mark Levin recently did a segment based on the same information Paul references from the Joseph Farah story.

Anyway, this Paul message is as conservative and prescient as anything ever said from the right.  And yet to the establishment (right and left) Ron Paul's a kook. Makes me wonder if those of us on the right aren't just as easily distracted by media misdirection as the rest. Just rhetorical. Based on the Bundy conversation, I think I know the answer.
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