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Metro Detroit Arab-American leaders line up behind Ron Paul

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The Dearborn-based Arab-American News, the largest Arab newspaper in Michigan, endorsed Paul, praising what it called his “refreshing, forthright foreign policy philosophy as one of his greatest strengths at a time when the specter of a potentially catastrophic war looms.”

And two noted Arab-American leaders said today they’re also backing Paul. Tonight, Paul will speak at a rally for Paul in Dearborn that is co-sponsored by the Arab Student Union at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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Comment by Ana Panot
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"Get the Federal out of State affairs by repealing all kinds of Federal laws." Who in his right mind, would say or even think to repeal "all kinds of Federal laws" … "out of State affairs?" That’s IMPOSSIBLE!!! Only a loony would say that.

That impossibility is like saying that the crow will turn white [borrowed phrase from JV’s favorite compliment to Ron Paul daydreamers].

In short, that is another way of saying that you want to abolish the United States and the U.S. Government … except the "sovereign State" where you reside. You are a "sovereign citizen" fighting the Government, which the FBI had warned about nationwide via the Internet.

The more you talk foolishly, the more you provide self-incriminating evidence … proof that the New Hampshire newspaper was right in calling Ron Paul and collaborators like you political supporters from the "lunatic fringe".

But hey, hey, hey, you may be good on something else. Forget about day-dreaming. Wake up to reality. Tap your sensibility.

Now, how about that "date" you have in mind, huhhh sweet apple pie?

 
Comment by Ana Panot
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"Get the Federal out of State affairs by repealing all kinds of Federal laws." Who in his right mind, would say or even think to repeal "all kinds of Federal laws" … "out of State affairs? That’s IMPOSSIBLE!!! Only a loony would say that.

Who in his right mind, would say or even think to repeal " … "? That’s IMPOSSIBLE!!! Only a loony would say that.

That impossibility is like saying that the crow will turn white [borrowed phrase from JV’s favorite compliment to Ron Paul daydreamers].

In short, that is another way of saying that you want to abolish the United States and the U.S. Government … except the "sovereign State" where you reside. You are a "sovereign citizen" fighting the Government, which the FBI had warned about nationwide via the Internet.

The more you talk foolishly, the more you provide self-incriminating evidence … proof that the New Hampshire newspaper was right in calling Ron Paul and collaborators like you political supporters from the "lunatic fringe".

But hey, hey, hey, you may be good on something else. Forget about day-dreaming. Wake up to reality.

Now, how about that "date" you have in mind, huhhh apple pie?

Comment by Ed Price
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Seems to me that individual State laws which are not "impeded" by applicable Federal law, are usually at least 3 times stronger than Federal law within any State in question.

Get the Federal out of State affairs by repealing all kinds of Federal laws. Let the States manage their own affairs as suits them, their location, and their natural resources. The free market, along with the freedom of the people, will make the States much more effective at controlling crime and local inequity among the people, including terrorism.

The only reason Arab-American leaders might be lining up behind Ron Paul, is that they haven't felt the wrath of the States, yet. Why not? Because it is Federal law that hinders the States in doing what needs to be done. It is such Federal law that Ron Paul would attempt to get repealed to reduce Federal spending.

The States would pick up the authority dropped by the Federal much more efficiently and effectively, and according to local wishes of the people. How could they do this? By enacting laws within their own State that matched the repealed Federal laws, but fit their individual State's needs better. This is far better than the rights of the people being trampled by the Federal Government with laws that don't always (almost never?) apply to local conditions.

Vote Ron Paul 2012. If he isn't on the ballot, write him in. Record the event with your cell-cam if you can get away with it.
 

Comment by Boston Releigh
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IT IS NOT A SURPRISE AT ALL.

Would it surprise anyone if convicted felons and charlatans, even the powerful Mafia and drug lords fighting the Government, aside from terrorists and militant organizations whose agenda is to destroy the Government, unite and rally behind Ron Paul? And mind you he and his handlers are proud that they have such kind of far and wide support.

I am afraid JV is right…that’s where their delusional hope is coming from … that Ron Paul will become the next President of the United States!

And I am afraid that the New Hampshire newspaper is also right – it is a presidential hope of followers from the "lunatic fringe".

Al Qaeda need not do another 911. Because our counterterrorism programs are updated [the new passage of the NDAA security law] and therefore effective, what they can no longer do to destroy the Government, Ron Paul and followers from the "lunatic fringe" – underground "sovereign citizens" -- and the rest of anti-Government elements within the country, will do it for them. That’s why Congress put more "teeth" to NDAA to catch them, which pains more potential terrorists and their sympathizers.

There are about 50 foreign-funded terrorist organizations in the U.S. Most of them are front civic organizations and charitable institutions, and their funding come from Arab sources and other countries in the Middle East hostile to the U.S. [Counterterrorism Bureau, Department of State].

They love Ron Paul’s foreign policy to leave the Middle East countries alone. They do not want their Islamofascist Movements in the Middle East to encounter any U.S. opposition.

Those two Arab leaders speaking for Paul in a Dearborn rally co-sponsored by the Arab Student Union at the University of Michigan, described Ron Paul’s foreign policy as " …refreshing, forthright foreign policy philosophy as one of his greatest strengths at a time when the specter of a potentially catastrophic war looms." As a defender of the terrorists’ cause, they want him to be the next President, so that after 911 they can sing again in unison the song that says happy days are here again.

And let me remind you that the Ron Paul campaign is proud of such endorsement.

 

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