Ron Paul to Speak at Father Gruner's Fatima Peace Conference, Sept, 2013
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(09-05-2013, 07:56 PM)Ursus Wrote: >:(

I was just looking this up and guess what? Several news outlets mostly Jewish based are calling all of this anti Semitic. Labeling these Catholics and "radical traditionalist Catholics."


http://www.haaretz.com/1.544981


Not surprising....here's the Fatima Center's press release regarding the smear campaign....


http://www.fatima.org/news/enlarchive/pr...090313.pdf
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(09-04-2013, 08:29 PM)JMartyr Wrote:
(09-04-2013, 07:45 PM)lauermar Wrote: With any luck, Ron Paul will push for decriminalization of hard drugs, pornography and prostitution, which would libertize American families. Then he can rave about 9/11 Truther, so everyone can see him as the psycho he is. What a waste.
Better than Obummer

I don't think that characterises RP's real position. He believes that local communities can decide these matters for themselves and that strong individual rights and responsibilities work better than legal criminalization. I really don't think he is OK with indescriminate use of hard drugs etc, but rather he is against the government regulating people's lives. People themselves should do this through their local communities.
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I look forward to the days when believing in at least one conspiracy theory is a litmus test for sanity, rather than insanity.

Many papal documents make it clear that the popes believed in a conspiracy against the Church.  And honestly, this is just the way human life works.  People plot against their enemies.  If they're at all effective, they generally make some effort to do it in secret.  And generally, at least some of it comes out, because people aren't very good at keeping secrets.

Ron Paul may be a little crazy on some points, but he's a lot saner than most of the crowd we have in DC.  He may not be wholly honest, either (or at least not say all of what he believes all the time), but he's a lot more honest than most of our elected officials.  God bless him-- and yes, may God convert him to the Holy Catholic Church, quam primum.
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