Ron Paul's supporters are sure of one thing: Their candidate has always been consistent—a point Dr. Paul himself has been making with increasing frequency. It's a thought that comes up with a certain inevitability now in those roundtables on the Republican field. One cable commentator genially instructed us last Friday, "You have to give Paul credit for sticking to his beliefs."
He was speaking, it's hardly necessary to say, of a man who holds some noteworthy views in a candidate for the presidency of the United States. One who is the best-known of our homegrown propagandists for our chief enemies in the world. One who has made himself a leading spokesman for, and recycler of, the long and familiar litany of charges that point to the United States as a leading agent of evil and injustice, the militarist victimizer of millions who want only to live in peace.
Rabinowitz and her ilk are the actual propagandists for our chief enemies in the world-- America's chief enemy is Washington.
And that is not such a radical, fringe, libertarian view. A solid majority of Americans would sympathize with it.
It is Washington, not America, that is "a leading agent of evil and injustice, the militarist victimizer of millions [of Americans] who want only to live in peace [and prosperity]."
People who apologize for and defend Washington are the defenders of America's greatest enemy.
Editor in Chief, THL
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