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"Ron Paul's xenophobia was a hideous corruption of libertarian ideas."

•, Tom Woods

Why, Brink Lindsey, Vice President of research at the Cato Institute.

(Before I go on, let's dispense with this objection: "Woods, you purist, why are you attacking fellow libertarians?" There are many possible answers to that question. But my response is: before you criticize me for defending Ron Paul, please forward me the letter of outrage you sent to Brink Lindsey. No double standards allowed.)

Heaven knows why Ron Paul is supposed to be a "xenophobe." We are spared Lindsey's deep thoughts on the subject.

But isn't it a bit rich that Lindsey, a guy who supported the preposterous Iraq war that killed countless people for no good reason, should be calling other people xenophobes?

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