Dec 23, 2009

Ron Paul video: US foreign policy ignored



Here's six minutes+ of Rep. Ron Paul discussing how important it is for Americans not to ignore foreign policy matters within all the diversions such as the current health insurance reform brouhaha.

As I like to type: whatever politicians direct our attention toward, always look in an opposite direction at what they're up to behind the door and under the table. (That's how little their 'ethics' impress me anymore. And Washington's 'divide and conquer' tactics have grown weary around here - we-the-people should stick together to fully express our power priciple--precisely what politicians don't want us to do. Can it be more obvious?)

Then there's Campaign for Liberty.

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Merry Christmas to all who celebrate! This is probably my last entry before our family holiday spree of a few days...time to forget about annoying Politics awhile! Hope you can forget it, too.

It's that 'grandly scheming' Jupiter/Neptune conjunction of Dec 21 atop US natal Moon that we mustn't forget about as we edge into 2010, so I leave you with its midpoint picture (one more time) and as usual, it's any-all-or-none may apply:

Tr Jup/Nep = n Moon (the people): little sense of reality; real vs unreal; losing oneself in plans; a desire to dream; becoming involved in speculation, instability, wastefulness; an emotional swoon; going with the wind.

(Tyl; Ebertin; Munkasey.) jc

2 comments:

clymela said...

Ron Paul talks a good game and I do listen to him BUT....he is against abortion and god knows what ever other regressive instincts lay curled up in him. I could never forgive him and his like who "arrange" for their loved and protected women to manage their menstrual difficulties and leave the rest of us to do the best we can. Really I feel so strongly about these pompous little renegades so full of their masculine appendages and so sure that they are right.
By the way I am Singing Sparrow

Enlightened said...

Ron Paul is a medical doctor (OBGYN) that has delivered over 4000 babies. I am willing to bet that Ron Paul's opinion on abortion is far more grounded then yours clymela.