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Ron Paul defends WikiLeaks

Ron Paul defends WikiLeaks

Republican congressman Ron Paul maintains that the current attacks on WikiLeaks is a case of 'killing the messenger for bad news'. He sums up with nine questions to consider.

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Guest: ONE INTELIGENT AMERICAN (2106 days ago)
And I thought Americans were STUPID !!
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And I thought Americans were STUPID !!
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Guest: (2113 days ago)
Ron Paul was, at one time, the Libertarian party candidate for president. The press refused to let him participate in televised debates.
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Ron Paul was, at one time, the Libertarian party candidate for president. The press refused to let him participate in televised debates.
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daypass9 daypass9 (2113 days ago)
i love that guy
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i love that guy
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Guest: DenoNeno (2113 days ago)
I used to like this guy but then I listened to his son (Rand Paul) talking about human rights issues and trying to get rid of the American Disabilities Act. I think they might be cut from the same cloth. But one side is a little "redder" than the other.
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I used to like this guy but then I listened to his son (Rand Paul) talking about human rights issues and trying to get rid of the American Disabilities Act. I think they might be cut from the same cloth. But one side is a little "redder" than the other.
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Guest: (2112 days ago)
You began to dislike someone because of something their SON said? I used to like YOU, but then your gimp said something I disagreed with. ;o)
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You began to dislike someone because of something their SON said? I used to like YOU, but then your gimp said something I disagreed with. ;o)
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Guest: (2101 days ago)
Latest comment: I used to like Americans, then I heard one say something stupid. Now I know all Americans are stupid.
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Latest comment: I used to like Americans, then I heard one say something stupid. Now I know all Americans are stupid.
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Guest: Bob (2113 days ago)
Just goes to show not all republicans talk bollocks... and interesting to notice how overtly he talks of the American empire.
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Just goes to show not all republicans talk bollocks... and interesting to notice how overtly he talks of the American empire.
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Guest: good point sir (2113 days ago)
Governments need to listen to this guys questions! He hits the spot where others choose to avoid the question of blame.
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Governments need to listen to this guys questions! He hits the spot where others choose to avoid the question of blame.
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