Paul Lone Opposition to Chinese Action Towards Tibet

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  1. TomVols

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    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/04/09/house.olympics/index.html

    We haven't had a Ron Paul thread in a while, so I thought I'd post the article about his being the lone vote against the resolution.

    As someone on POTUS '08 said today, Ron Paul is a man of principle - just one though, and sooner or later we'll figure out what it is :laugh:

    Funny, even if I don't think it's fair. :)

    Gotta admire consistency, though!
     
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    It's probably a lot easier to be consistant if your principles are taken directly from the founding principles. They'd be easier to remember and keep track of than if you're just making them up as you go to please all the "groups".
     
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    I wonder who we'll borrow money from to fund both sides of THAT war....
     
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    Is Harriman Brown Brothers still around? That used to be their specialty.
     

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