82 responses to “Ron Paul: NYC Mosque Demagogues Peddle Hate to Justify War”

  1. key1116

    “1955: You can sit on the bus, just not THERE.
    2010: You can build a Mosque, just not THERE.”

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  2. queso716

    guys, not a mosque… its a community center with a couple of prayer spots. An actual mosque does exist 4 blocks away, and has been for a long time.

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  3. TheCarbonKid

    Only politician with the balls to always tell the truth. Will the US have to collapse before the mob looks to him. By then it may be too late. Wake up America!

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  4. hodoprime

    I’m perturbed by the amount of controversy that gets publicized by the smallest things like steroids in baseball, gay marriage or this single mosque in NYC. The media is all over that yet they don’t want to cover the millions of people who die in the middle east because we’re there and the vast amount of our country’s wealth thrown out the window by our federal reserve. We’re going to wake up to find we’re broke one day with a lot of angry people around the world wanting a piece of us.

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  5. CorrosionX3

    I USED to be a Ron Paul supporter, but he lost me on this one. Turning a blind eye to evil will not make it go away, unfortunately. And the imam of the 9-11 Mosque is a scumbag, and everyone around him also. You are being played, they are using your tolerance against you, like they have been doing to the world for decades. The world is not all friendly. Some people really do want to kill you and want to eliminate the Western way of life. And others are enablers and useful idiots.

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  6. Padrag12

    It is tragic that his movement got hijacked by Beck. I would take a bullet for this man.

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  7. defexorcist

    The problem is that Ron Paul just makes too much sense to ever be elected to a higher office. Ask anyone in favor of the “wars” what the current objectives are and you get one of three answers: they don’t know, they parrot retarded horseshit, or they give you an overly complex answer that sounds good but is more akin to an explanation in a Star-Trek episode than anything in reality.

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  8. uturniaphobic

    I’m guessing but, had it been crazy Christians who attacked on 9/11, I believe religion would have never been mentioned in any of this. Also please note how the crazy people flew right over the Vatican on their way to the WTC. this is no religious issue it is a financial attack on free markets.

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  9. 13AJJONES

    I AM A RON PAUL SUPPORTER. NOW, having said that,…I don’t agree with him here.
    I don’t find any muslambs denouncing sharia law, or protesting the terrorist who kill in their names. I don’t find this imam giving an interview, explaining all his peaceful programs for the community and cooperation with Christians to spread trust.
    I find them condemning us for our emotions after a tragedy !..WHITH ALL THIS GUY IS CAUSING, HE WOULD HAPPILY MOVE LOCATION NOW!!!…IF HE WANTED TO LUV N PEACE !

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  10. oculist2020

    The CIA invented Al Queada, literally. They trained Yo Mamma Ben Fartin’, I mean osama bin ladin. What conspiracy theory? It’s conspiracy fact.

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  11. shortfu

    Dr. Paul, I disagree with you making the comparison between Timothy McVeigh and the Islamic Extremists who caused 9/11. McVeigh, although a Christian, did not do it in the name of Christianity. Islamic Extremists, however, did it in the name of Islam.

    I agree with him on everything else though. Actually he opened eyes on this mosque fiasco.

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  12. CreationPhotography

    islam is a sin JESUS is the way out

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  13. waterchildtera

    let them build it
    put a nude bar on one side
    and a hog slaughtering plant on the other
    and a gay church across the street
    and synagogue behind them

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  14. campaign4liberty

    RP 2012

    truth
    LibertyPoet
    website

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  15. Jim

    I agree fully that the al-Qaeda attack can, in large part, be traced back to previous foreign policy decisions made by Washington. However, the attack was made in the name of Islam and many prominent Islamists celebrated it on those grounds.

    The vast majority of Americans support the right of Muslims to worship in peace but an almost equal number oppose the mosque in that location. These are not demagogues justifying war but caring humans that find a mosque in that location as an insult to those that were killed. This is a normal reaction. Calling those that feel this way “demagogues” is insulting.

    If an extreme rightwing Christian sect bombed a site in the Muslim world and then a group of “moderate” Christians announced their plans to build a church with in a couple of blocks of the site, the project would be banned immediately and the worldwide support for that ban would come just as quickly.

    The plans for a mosque near the site of the 2001 bombing is insensitive in the extreme and I am even more afraid that it is going to lead to violence and greater misunderstanding. This isn’t demagoguery, it is common sense.

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  16. xWren

    Ron paul is the man of common sense. It’s why I’m proud to support him

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  17. lestliness

    I wish I understood why so many people think Ron Paul is looney. Every time I hear this guy he sounds perfectly normal. He has his philosophy. He talks about peace and prosperity. What’s so looney about all this??

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  18. JigglesJingle

    If it’s too good to be true, chances are it is. Ron Paul is apart of the illuminati, free masons. Google about it, he does the mason handshakes, and secret innuendos right infront of our faces.

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  19. truthout911

    Hartmann is so two faced, Nice to Ron, but then demonizes his son. Prime example of the lying left.

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  20. Klaffveinz

    This mans wisdom can only be exceeded by his will and intellect.

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  21. joshmoyo

    ron paul 4 pres

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  22. rafyselles

    yesterday A je-wish rabbi in isra-hell call for the “extermination” of pale-stinians ,the main media should cover it and all the crimes those zionist been doing nonstop for the past 62 plus years watch the reality azeera dot net

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    1. fred the protectionist

      Aljazeera?

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  23. LightsEShadows

    We need to be more tollerant, Ron have right, but WTC Mosque will be for the muslim world, as the Constantinopoli one after it conquest. We should not be hypocrit. They dont need to do a Mosque on WTC ruins that muslim terrorists teared down… but we can do a shared memorial involving moderate muslims against terrorism and extremism.

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  24. rtardbox

    i love ron paul, but 9/11 was an inside job

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  25. tstruss912

    Support state banking reform for all states! Lets join North Dakota in freedom!

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  26. TertiusOculusOris

    Don’t fall for the trap of Ron Paul. We revolt and they put FEMA camps to use. Stop consuming.

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  27. jerthemessiah

    where’s teh rest of it?

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  28. slhines7

    9-11 was an iside job as well with the OK. city bombing. This is where I disagree with Ron Paul, but agree with pretty much everything else.

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  29. drywater2k

    Where’s the rest of this interview?

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  30. TheJovanist

    Thom Hartmann is a shill.

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  31. d0861

    I had never been to ronpaul dot org before watching this. Ten dollar Ron Paul t-shirts? High five!

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  32. micahgee

    Ron Paul is the the most principled man in the US government, I don’t agree with some of his ideas about deregulation considering the BP disaster and the financial collapse mainly due to risky unregulated derivative trading.

    However, Ron Paul on foreign policy could not be more clear and perceptive. Wars need enemies to hate and this “non-troversy” about the Park 51 community center seems to be a perfect rallying cry for the bigoted war-mongers.

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  33. PawnBACM

    Awesome video; typical factless sterotyping. The same foundation for the socio-economic warfare that has been waged and ongoing for at least twenty years in America, with its schisms in race, religion, or whatever as enemy scapegoats; free, constitutional, and democratic America always the ultimate casualty.

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  34. ALittleBitPregnant

    Ron Paul, love him…Thom Hartmann, not so much.

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  35. GutterMine

    5:06 what a cocky dick

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