On Ron Paul, the Presidency, and America’s Working-Class

Ron Paul recently stated that he would get rid of the minimum wage for workers, which is what we should expect from libertarians who have no moral center or sense of social justice.

No doubt Paul and his business interests would have workers down to earning $1 per day. I can’t believe how many people, especially young people, and especially wage earners, are falling for someone who has been and is just another career Washington politician, only this time it’s a Washington politician, Ron Paul (R-TX), who wants business to be allowed to run roughshod over the working class even more so than businesses already are today, which is quite enough thank you.

Paul’s son, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), who is pro-Israel, even wants businesses to be allowed, again, to segregate lunch counters, and this ignorant, backward notion of social “progress” he no doubt got from his father Ron and from his namesake and philosophical guiding light: Ayn Rand, with her “virtue of selfishness”.

People who support career Washington politician Ron Paul have been fooled, because Ron Paul running for president may as well be Ron Paul running for dictator, because dictator is what the presidency of the US is, regardless of who is president, and I think we all know that. Israel loving Zionist agent Alex Jones is always puffing Ron and Rand Paul, and Ron Paul has already said he is not willing to tell the truth about 9/11. So much for the truth about the largest mass murder in American history, not to mention justice for those who have had to bury their loved ones without it.

Paul is no savior of America, he’s only the lesser of all evils, again. What we need is a parliament and a prime minister, which is far less regal and dictatorial than a presidency.

The fact is that Ron Paul has been in Washington, D. C. longer than many (most?) of his supporters have even been alive. And when you lay down with dogs that have fleas — off and on since 1976 — you get up with fleas. The last thing America, especially working-class America, needs is another flea ridden, pro-business, anti-worker, Washington politician as the next President of the United States of America.

Thankfully Paul has ZERO chance of being elected, because a vote for Paul is a vote, again, for PROFIT over PEOPLE, which is what we are suffering under now. Working folks don’t need MORE suffering Mr. Paul, they need LESS!

For those “Christians” who support getting rid of the minimum wage which, even now, is unjustly too low, I think it’s time you re-read your Bible; especially the New Testament: St. Paul in his letter to the Colossians writes: “Masters, do to your servants that which is just and equal; knowing that you too have a master in heaven.” (Col. 4:1). Against employers who exploit their workers, the apostle St. James says: “Go to now, you rich men, weep and howl in your miseries, which shall come upon you. Your riches are corrupted: and your garments are motheaten. Your gold and silver is cankered: and the rust of them shall be for a testimony against you, and shall eat your flesh like fire. You have stored up to yourselves wrath against the last days. Behold the hire of the laborers, who have reaped down your fields, which by fraud has been kept back by you, cry: and cry of them has entered into the ears of the Lord.” (James: 5:1-4).

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5 Responses to On Ron Paul, the Presidency, and America’s Working-Class

  1. David Howell says:

    i think that someone who believes in constitution liberty republic bringing our troops home hell if he started there i would be happy ecstatic in the belief that we might have a smaller gov and our states might have to do there damn job now maybe if all this comes together people might have more faith as of now 26 percent of the nation believes in the current situations i don’t i think we need to bring our jobs home, we need to work on us period let the countrys of the third world figure it out

    • I agree, and I know why people support Paul, but he is not Mr Wonderful, he’s simply the lesser evil. We don’t need any evil, because we have had more than enough of that. We need real leadership, wise leadership, and compassionate leadership. Not more big business running over working people. There are others in America who can uphold the same constitutional liberties and bring the troops home as well as protect, not further exploit, the working man. Paul is an exploiter of workers who care more about money than he does people, which I cannot ever support, and neither should any other worker. There will be no election anyways, because it’s too late for that.

  2. Wise Crow says:

    It is sad that people read this type of article at all on any Candidate. It is not based on any fact or record of the Candidate. This is typical of what you see in Liberal articles at liberal sites. Using personal hatred and anger just based on opinions and aimed to intimidate. I have seen that their are many Writers who claim to be Conservative that do this. Any responsible writer professional or novice will give fact and research siting each as his reason for stating a opinion. Otherwise it is hot air. I always search a Candidates record, voting history and associates, organizations and general character. To decide my vote. Not propaganda and irresponsible writers.

  3. Webworker says:

    Alex Jones is more than a shill. He is an agent provocateur and a Gatekeeper.

    Early this morning I made a few posts on InfoWars explaining the difference between Zionists and those of the Jewish faith. They are not the same. I love the Jewish people – I dislike Zionism.

    Suddenly I was attacked by a poster who called me a government agent repeatedly. I don’t have to say what that kind of thing could spawn with the growing violence displayed by commenters – all fueled by Alex’s unfounded rages.

    It was strange because it seemed that through the night the writing style of this person changed back and forth. I suspected I was dealing with more than one person – one who could spell and knew grammar – the other, not so well.

    I confronted this poster named “jventuring” to demand a halt. The person was non-cooperative.

    Suddenly I watched as my posts begun to disappear from the screen and I could no longer post.

    I emailed Infowars (Kurt Nimmo) and called their one listed phone number which went to voicemail – requesting that they not delete evidence.

    No return call – no return e-mail.

    I spent the morning researching Alex Jones and I am discovering that he has some interesting skeletons in his closet. You can Google him and see for yourself.

    At this point I am considering a law suit.

    At this point I am creating a website to expose this dangerous man who is playing his listeners like a harp – plucking their strings while they vibrate to the tune of the latest conspiracy.

    He hawks survival gear and gold etc. while twisting facts to create a demand for these.

    He complains about money and constantly asks for it from his state of the art studios from folk who can barely afford it and then retires, laughing to his million dollar home in a gated community.

    Alex you blew it.

    You had a real chance to make a difference Now you just make a buck.

    And I wonder who your backers really are – we will find out soon now won’t we?

    • I agree with you. Jones is an agent provocateur and a Gatekeeper. I believe his constant warnings to patriots, especially veterans, not to fall for FBI sting operations indicates a knowledge and interest in these operations which he would not have unless he were involved with them himself. As is his inside knowledge of Waco, the OKC bombing, 9/11, as well as the brutal slaying, in Austin, Texas, of Palestinian freedom, peace and justice advocate: Riad Hamad. See: The strange death of Riad Hamad, a Lebanese activist for Palestine, in Austin, Texas at: http://www.tlaxcala.es/pp.asp?reference=5005&lg=en – See also this podcast of an Alex Jones broadcast concerning the brutal murder of Riad Hamad and Alex Jones’ input regarding the reasons for the unusual brutal (tortured) slaying of Hamad: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7989635686215905989

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