April 15, 2006
"It's time for a change"...
The lunacy threatens to culminate in a catastrophe of world-historical proportions in the form of an attack against Iran. It is indeed time for regime change -- in the United States.
The speech is about forty minutes long, but it provides information that is of vital interest to every American -- and which is denied to Americans by their supine newsmedia.
The full text is here.
Paul from Australia here,I like your blog very much. The speech by Dr. Ron Paul was, in my opinion very good and hopefully just in time to help prevent the act of lunacy that these idiots are contemplating.
I've linked you post to my own Blog.
I hope it gets some coverage. I'll tell my own member of the lower house "Lindsay Tanner" to click on to the speech.
He's one of our "anti coallition of the willing" parliamentarians.
I'm horrified that our own little Quisling Prime Minister has hitched his grubby little wagon to the neo-con star.
A great post. I've linked it to my own Blog.
And I'll try and get my own local MHR to view and listen to the speech
The real reason the "Representatives" don't oppose the "President" has more to do, though, with the interests that they represent. The American political system is based on rubber-stamp election of corporate-funded individuals who represent no-one other than the corporations that fund their election and legislative tenure.
Had the corruption of the American political system only harmed the population of the United States, one could just wait it out and hope that they'll sort it out for themselves. As it is, the American political system is by far the greatest threat to peace and the greatest cause of political instability in the world. A radical re-shaping of the American political system should be the top item on the agenda of the world's progressive forces. Without such a radical reform, there is really no hope for humanity.
Thanks for the link to the speech.
Like Neil Young Album would suggest Impeach the President>There is no other way.
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