Ron Paul, Lou Dobbs and Sharron Angle on Freedom Watch

Ron Paul, Former Ambassador John Bolton, CATO’s director of foreign policy studies Chris Preble, Democratic analyst Doug Schoen, and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss “Obama’s War” in Afghanistan. Also on the show: Former CNN Anchor Lou Dobbs, Republican Nominee for U.S. Senate in Nevada, Sharron Angle, Jack Devine, Charles Gasparino, Nancy Skinner and Donald Boudreaux.

Date:07/10/2010

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  1. Call the Judge what you want he’s just showing you that Obama=Bush=Neocons=War

    And the people keep voting the same clowns in, and wonders why it continues

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  2. If the judge could just tone it down a little and be careful about shouting over people I think he could be a major player in US politics.

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  3. RonPaulRepublican732

    Sharron Angle has no chance in hell.

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  4. the judge is awful at conducting an interview with anybody.

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  5. Lou Dobbs is THE MAN! He speaks the truth and the Judge should listen!!!!!!

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  6. This guy Bolton should be thrown in Jail with all his Hawk Friends! He’s an advocate of Mass Murder and Criminal Fraud!

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  7. Bolton is the biggest Neo-Con ive ever seen other than bush rumsfeld cheney ….

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  8. Dobbs is totally wrong; we didn’t create rights here 200 years ago; we merely were one of the first nations to allow people to practice their natural rights inherent from God.

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  9. where’s lou dobbs?

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  10. It’s only difficult to agree with Ron Paul if you’re an ignorant, imperialist shill. Otherwise it’s quite easy since his views are the same as those of our Founding Fathers who formed the great Republic that is now under fire.

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  11. So let me get this straight progressives want in the war after years of harsh criticism against it. Ron Paul doesn’t flip flop like that!

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  12. wow… we are really in afgan to protect the poppy production and the natural gas pipeline and oh ya… minerals… this is us protecting the interests of an empire

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  13. the real problem in this immigration debate -the one the TV pundits don’t address- is the drug trafficking coming across the Mexican border

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  14. All I can say is, Keep the debate going…

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  15. I use to like Lou Dobbs, but he always dodges the questions. LIke the question the judge ask him about paying 10 dollars for a tomato.

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    • It doesn’t matter if the tomato is $10 or 10 cents if you don’t have a job. Oh wait, you can always buy it with your check from the government. Ironic how all these Libertarians claim to be against big government, but all their policies cause either horrific starvation or huge government.

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  16. All of the persons in this video, except Dr Paul, look kind of weird, too cheery/drunk or tipsy/speedy or something like that. What’s going on?

    About immigrants: none of the participants in the video are immigrants, so you have no clue what immigration is all about, the real needs, or talents, or ‘natural’ balancing act required to perform through the adjusting process. Politicians just care about the votes, so maybe the definition of policy needs to be made clear to every one, then you ask immigrants to vote on it.

    Many things need to be improved, and the resources are available, but leaders just seem to have the urgency of reasserting themselves, they seem to be isolated from the audience’s agenda, yet are in constant communication with ‘the people’.

    I don’t trust people anymore, and that’s very sad, because it’s a natural right, and violated all the time probably by design.

    Uffff, good luck!

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  17. I greatly admire Napolitano. I hope Andrew Napolitano ends up on the Supreme Court one day. It would be God’s gift to America.

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  18. Hey Jude, Peter Schiff believes that teh states can nullify laws too!

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  19. Bay Area unemployment is even higher than the 9.7 percent national average. Clearly, the great Silicon Valley innovation machine hasn’t been creating many jobs of late — unless you are counting Asia, where American technology companies have been adding jobs like mad for years.

    The first task is to rebuild our industrial commons. We should develop a system of financial incentives: Levy an extra tax on the product of offshored labor. (If the result is a trade war, treat it like other wars — fight to win.) Keep that money separate. Deposit it in the coffers of what we might call the Scaling Bank of the U.S. and make these sums available to companies that will scale their American operations. Such a system would be a daily reminder that while pursuing our company goals, all of us in business have a responsibility to maintain the industrial base on which we depend and the society whose adaptability — and stability — we may have taken for granted.

    I fled Hungary as a young man in 1956 to come to the U.S. Growing up in the Soviet bloc, I witnessed first-hand the perils of both government overreach and a stratified population. Most Americans probably aren’t aware that there was a time in this country when tanks and cavalry were massed on Pennsylvania Avenue to chase away the unemployed. It was 1932; thousands of jobless veterans were demonstrating outside the White House. Soldiers with fixed bayonets and live ammunition moved in on them, and herded them away from the White House. In America! Unemployment is corrosive. If what I’m suggesting sounds protectionist, so be it.

    Choice Is Simple

    Every day, that Palo Alto restaurant where I met the Chinese venture capitalists is full of technology executives and entrepreneurs. Many of them are my friends. I understand the technological challenges they face, along with the financial pressure they are under from directors and shareholders. Can we expect them to take on yet another assignment, to work on behalf of a loosely defined community of companies, employees, and employees yet to be hired? To do so is undoubtedly naive. Yet the imperative for change is real and the choice is simple. If we want to remain a leading economy, we change on our own, or change will continue to be forced upon us. – Andy Grove, advisor and ex-CEO of Intel

    I guess here’s one person that’s seen both the inside and after effects of the Soviet Union who won’t be voting for Ron Paul any time soon. Go figure.

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    • “We should develop a system of financial incentives: Levy an extra tax on the product of offshored labor”

      Here’s a novel idea: give a tax break for manufacturers operating in America.
      Why must the solution always be “more government invervention” with you people?

      “If the result is a trade war, treat it like other wars — fight to win”

      There is no winner in a trade war. Both parties lose the ‘gains from trade’.
      Andy Grove doesn’t fully understand why it is that people exchange. Both parties of an exchange expect to benefit, or else they wouldn’t make the trade.
      No trade = no gains from trade.

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