Ron Paul: The Strange Case of Bowe Bergdahl

After five years of captivity in Afghanistan, has Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl been released only to spend the rest of his life in an American prison? Ron Paul wonders what it would be like if we had non-interventionist foreign policy. We haven’t had a Constitutional declaration of war since World War II. What if we had had no wars since then? Not only would it have saved countless lives in this war and those before it, but Americans prosperity would be intact. We wouldn’t have a VA health care crisis, since there would be so few veterans in need of attention. And some of the most warlike of cable TV’s talking heads would have nothing to talk about. Charles Goyette talks with Ron Paul on their Weekly Podcast about the strange case of Bowe Bergdahl.

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Charles Goyette is New York Times Bestselling Author of The Dollar Meltdown and Red and Blue and Broke All Over: Restoring America’s Free Economy. Check out Goyette and Paul’s national radio commentary: Ron Paul’s America and the Ron Paul and Charles Goyette Weekly Podcast. Goyette also edits The Freedom and Prosperity Letter.

24 thoughts on “Ron Paul: The Strange Case of Bowe Bergdahl”

  1. The calumnification of Bergdahl and the calls for his imprisonment or execution smack heavily of how the Soviet Union treated its prisoners during World War II. Which is to say that the Soviets officially regarded any Soviet soldier who was taken prisoner to have been a traitor. Not surprisingly, that was a powerful incentive to fight for the Germans, and hundreds of thousands of Soviet prisoners did just that. The FedGov, of course, had to get in on that action by returning tens of thousands of Soviet prisoners to the Soviet Union in Operation Keelhaul (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Keelhaul). Those prisoners were executed or thrown in the Gulag as soon as they got off the transport ships.

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