Sunday, November 06, 2011

Don't get out of the house much, do you Ron?

WASHINGTON (AP) — GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul says “offering friendship” to Iran, not sanctions, would be a more fruitful to achieving peace with Tehran.
The Texas congressman says fears about Iran’s nuclear program have been “blown out of proportion.” He says tough penalties are a mistake because, as he says was the case in Iraq, they only hurt the local population and still paved a path to war.
When asked on “Fox News Sunday” what he would do to deter Iran’s alleged nuclear ambitions, Paul said “maybe offering friendship to them.”
Paul’s remarks put him at odds with both the Bush and Obama administrations; U.S. policy has relied heavily on sanctions and diplomacy to try to convince Tehran to abandon its atomic program. Iran says its nuclear program is peaceful.


What a fucking idiot.
Iran hates us because we're not muslim. There it is in 7 simple words. We could give them the world and all the blonde haired pussy in it and they would still hate us because we're not muslim.


drjim said...

That's ONE of the reasons I don't like Ron Paul. When it comes to foreign policy, I'm not sure if he has his head in the sand, or up his ass!

AMBER said...

I agree they don't like us because we're not muslim but I also don't think it's any of our business how they run their country. I also do not stand with Israel. I could give two shits about the middle east.


Anonymous said...

Ron Paul is the only one who is pushing to get the government out of the affairs of people both in the US and around the world.

I have seen the affects of US involvement overseas first hand and have to say that we tend to help (pay) those we can get something from and completely ignore those who really need help.

alcade said...

I'm all for getting the government out of the affairs of other countries, but if anyone thinks Iran having the bomb won't hurt us in the long run - whether we are friendly or not - certainly doesn't understand a thing about Islam.