Ron Paul Asks: Just Who Is The War Party?

As many neocons shift over to support Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, there are appearing a few bumps in the road. Last night at the convention, for example, former CIA director and defense secretary Leon Panetta found himself drowned out by chants of “no more war!” as he touted Hillary’s hawkishness. There are insurgent antiwar factions in both major parties but the establishment is trying to minimize their power and influence. How long can the center hold? More today in the Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “Ron Paul Asks: Just Who Is The War Party?”

  1. Could we dare hope for a realignment where we have “The Peace Party” and “The War Party?”

  2. Is there a dilemma? Just read Trump’s foreign policy paper. He is advocating restoring peace in now war thorn regions of the world. He is finally saying what the strategy goal of his foreign policy is: peace. But none of his foreign policy principles — all new, conservative in the best tradition of conservative thought, are ever mentioned in press. Left or right — and anywhere in between. Look up’ Trump’s official web site, under press releases, April 2016. And then try to find out what Clinton foreign policy strategy is. None. It is amazing how Trump is supposed to be dangerous, while Clinton safe. Nothing can be further from the truth.

  3. Funny all these neocons now running over to Hillary. I hope Trump will rollback military intervention and will bring our troops home. Lots of people profit from the military–industrial complex.Remember the (D.O.D) use to be called the (Department of war). No more wars for Israel.

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