68 responses to “Ron Paul on AntiWar Radio: Mosque Demagoguery Is Bipartisan”

  1. mirasprofile

    With he billions waisted on wars and supporting corrupt dictators ( middle east) and terrorist govts ( Israel) you will have money to create jobs, and a lot left over.Think about it. Get your nose out of every conflict everywhere you will swim in success.

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  3. particlejunkie

    I can tell by the tone of Dr Paul’s voice that he is embarrassed to be on this furitloop’s show – lol …

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  4. Djames516

    Tron paul?

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  5. Isaac Ward

    that said it takes the same freedom for Muslims or Buddhist or anyone else like you said to come to the USA or any other country that allows the freedom to practice there religion or belief. governments will never stop a religion. there will always be resistance but they can give the freedom to practice it openly….maybe in that statement i agree with you< ——

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  6. isaacward2

    that said it takes the same freedom for Muslims or Buddhist or anyone else like you said to come to the USA or any other country that allows the freedom to practice there religion or belief. governments will never stop a religion. there will always be resistance but they can give the freedom to practice it openly….maybe in that statement i agree with you< ——

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  7. Isaac Ward

    but for example to be a true christian i must tell people that Jesus is the way the truth and the life and even if you don’t believe in christianity you have to agree that the bible that is considered the word of God by christians says that I must act that way
    Also can you really practice Christianity without a church? many countries wont allow churches to exist but some do what is the difference? are the countries that alow them just as free as the ones that don’t?

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  8. isaacward2

    but for example to be a true christian i must tell people that Jesus is the way the truth and the life and even if you don’t believe in christianity you have to agree that the bible that is considered the word of God by christians says that I must act that way
    Also can you really practice Christianity without a church? many countries wont allow churches to exist but some do what is the difference? are the countries that alow them just as free as the ones that don’t?

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  9. fog0death

    No it has nothing to do with religion. I can easily convert from one religion to another without even telling anyone, and I can practice any religion I want without telling anyone.
    I can say I’m a Muslim but maybe I’m lieing and I’m actually a Christian?
    As long as public activities have nothing to do with religion, no one can find out what religion you have.
    Actually maybe you’re right, names give away your religion sometimes. But you can also change your ‘legal’ name if need be.

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  10. Isaac Ward

    really? being able to practice or defend your religion has nothing to do with freedom? why did people come here from Europe in the first place? really? your ignorance is showing

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  11. isaacward2

    really? being able to practice or defend your religion has nothing to do with freedom? why did people come here from Europe in the first place? really? your ignorance is showing

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  12. fog0death

    Actually Muslims come to your country and play by your rules. They have pride in their country and in their freedoms.
    Defending Christianity, Islam or any other religion has nothing to do with freedoms.

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  13. riz ma

    Im not a republican but i would vote for Dr. Ron Paul over Obama and any democrats on many policies….

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  14. rizan33rizan

    Im not a republican but i would vote for Dr. Ron Paul over Obama and any democrats on many policies….

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  15. snappa52

    young americans are becoming informed. This was Rupert Murdoch and David Rockefeller’s attempt to get the older folks pissed off

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  16. snappa52

    This Imam is funded by NGO’s, top 3 are Rockefeller foundations. This is an attempt to stir up nationalist fury against Islam so that there is popular support to attack Iran.

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  17. genefire

    I believe roberwc82 said how I feel on the matter. Especially since I’m one of the ones who have actually physically fought abroad for what I thought at the time was for the American people and not for the corporations, which I know now that was a flawed belief.
    Saying that, I’m glad that I don’t live in a country,so far, where people can claim the majority feels a certain way and cause us to ignore the law because of public opinion.
    Not to mention most Americans are UNINFORMED!

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  18. bssmart1118

    well whatever works for you Robert, but yes, that was the point I was trying to make. about feelings and respect towards another.. Why is it so darn important for a mosque to be built there. No doubt, there is acreage all over to do so.
    And I always believed that the people built America, not the govenment… I hope it never gets to that point Robert, to be silenced because I spoke up.

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  19. bssmart1118

    well whatever works for you Robert, but yes, that was the point I was trying to make. about feelings and respect towards another.. Why is it so darn important for a mosque to be built there. No doubt, there is acreage all over to do so.
    And I always believed that the people built America, not the govenment… I hope it never gets to that point Robert, to be silenced because I spoke up.

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  20. bssmart1118

    My advocating is very peaceful. I am not fancy with word nor speeches. I live by my instincts,heart, and spirit. I obey the laws given to me and I do respect others and their right..but in my mind I see those awful sharia laws which are part of the muslims. Is it their right to stone a woman? or cut the hands off a child because he was hungry and took an apple?? I would like to know if these occurances will be allowed here in the US! Where churches are,.people are, laws are. .

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  21. bssmart1118

    My advocating is very peaceful. I am not fancy with word nor speeches. I live by my instincts,heart, and spirit. I obey the laws given to me and I do respect others and their right..but in my mind I see those awful sharia laws which are part of the muslims. Is it their right to stone a woman? or cut the hands off a child because he was hungry and took an apple?? I would like to know if these occurances will be allowed here in the US! Where churches are,.people are, laws are. .

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  22. bssmart1118

    My advocating is very peaceful. I am not fancy with word nor speeches. I live by my instincts,heart, and spirit. I obey the laws given to me and I do respect others and their right..but in my mind I see those awful sharia laws which are part of the muslims. Is it their right to stone a woman? or cut the hands off a child because he was hungry and took an apple?? I would like to know if these occurances will be allowed here in the US! Where churches are,.people are, laws are. .

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  23. bssmart1118

    My advocating is very peaceful. I am not fancy with word nor speeches. I live by my instincts,heart, and spirit. I obey the laws given to me and I do respect others and their right..but in my mind I see those awful sharia laws which are part of the muslims. Is it their right to stone a woman? or cut the hands off a child because he was hungry and took an apple?? I would like to know if these occurances will be allowed here in the US! Where churches are,.people are, laws are. .

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  24. robertwc82

    if you are advocating peaceful free speech to criticise the mosque then im on your side. but if you are in favour of them being forced by the government or anyone to not build it (terrible gramma, i know) then i am aggressively opposed. i am on the side of liberty and free speech. full stop.

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  25. robertwc82

    your analogy is flawed, i will change the situation to person A killing my child and person B building a shrine on their behalf. in that scenario, i would openly criticise person B (person A would be dead or in jail) and while i would be opposed to them building a shrine i would die for their right to build it.
    perhpas we should let the government do what ever it pleases then silence anyone who critises their tyrrany on the grounds that it is “offensive”

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  26. robertwc82

    your analogy is flawed, i will change the situation to person A killing my child and person B building a shrine on their behalf. in that scenario, i would openly criticise person B (person A would be dead or in jail) and while i would be opposed to them building a shrine i would die for their right to build it.
    perhpas we should let the government do what ever it pleases then silence anyone who critises their tyrrany on the grounds that it is “offensive”

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  27. bssmart1118

    Mr Gene, I do know quite a few who are upset about this Mosque down here in the south. And I do I lie to We The People. I state my findings with evidence of an issue, give my opinions and thoughts from these findings, And I have stated too many times, it is the choice of the individual to make their own opinions on issues.. Which I believe I can still speak my feelings and thoughts about an issue.The first amendment hasn’t changed yet. Wow, I really stepped into the Lions Den..LOL

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  28. bssmart1118

    Mr Gene, I do know quite a few who are upset about this Mosque down here in the south. And I do I lie to We The People. I state my findings with evidence of an issue, give my opinions and thoughts from these findings, And I have stated too many times, it is the choice of the individual to make their own opinions on issues.. Which I believe I can still speak my feelings and thoughts about an issue.The first amendment hasn’t changed yet. Wow, I really stepped into the Lions Den..LOL

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  29. bssmart1118

    Each religion has it’s own laws, bible.. Voodoo, Sataniam, christianity etc., I do not disagree, people have there right to do their own thing.To me, It’s all about respect given to our fellow man and showing compassion. example: If your child had gotten hit and killed by a vehicle. and these people who person killed the child erected a shine for the one who killed the child Would that be morally right to do? Would you join in to build this shrine? Sensitiveity has become numb

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  30. bssmart1118

    Each religion has it’s own laws, bible.. Voodoo, Sataniam, christianity etc., I do not disagree, people have there right to do their own thing.To me, It’s all about respect given to our fellow man and showing compassion. example: If your child had gotten hit and killed by a vehicle. and these people who person killed the child erected a shine for the one who killed the child Would that be morally right to do? Would you join in to build this shrine? Sensitiveity has become numb

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  31. bssmart1118

    Each religion has it’s own laws, bible.. Voodoo, Sataniam, christianity etc., I do not disagree, people have there right to do their own thing.To me, It’s all about respect given to our fellow man and showing compassion. example: If your child had gotten hit and killed by a vehicle. and these people who person killed the child erected a shine for the one who killed the child Would that be morally right to do? Would you join in to build this shrine? Sensitiveity has become numb

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