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Noam Chomsky, do you support Ron Paul?

Noam Chomsky, do you support Ron Paul?

(2:12) When asked about Ron Paul, Noam Chomsky said: "Ron Paul's a nice guy... but his policies are off the wall...". The problem with a dogmatic adherence to any principle, as Ron Paul is to libertarianism, is that the issues we have to deal with today are not black and white, but full of greys.

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Guest: (2344 days ago)
If I was from the U.S.A I would, without question, vote for Ron Paul...His ideas on shaking up the economic system in the U.S are a breath of fresh air and exactly what their country needs in the hope that it will 'rub-off' on other countries....Its quite funny to see mainstream media coverage of Ron Paul as almost non-existent. Its not surprising really many of his ideas would shake up the 'corporatism' that now rules America and controls many of the mainstream news.
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If I was from the U.S.A I would, without question, vote for Ron Paul...His ideas on shaking up the economic system in the U.S are a breath of fresh air and exactly what their country needs in the hope that it will 'rub-off' on other countries....Its quite funny to see mainstream media coverage of Ron Paul as almost non-existent. Its not surprising really many of his ideas would shake up the 'corporatism' that now rules America and controls many of the mainstream news.
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Guest: guest (2345 days ago)
they laughed b/c religion and charity is a joke, stuff that up ur pipe hole
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they laughed b/c religion and charity is a joke, stuff that up ur pipe hole
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Guest: guest (2345 days ago)
@Kerry, you are correct, Noam is wrong on this....
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@Kerry, you are correct, Noam is wrong on this....
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Guest: (2345 days ago)
Love Noam, what he said is he is against churches helping ppl(so is our health care now) and leave it to the health care system(the current standard)(the ones that let kids die b/c it would cost them money)either way ppl die, neither is wrong, churches wont help, neither will the established government
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Love Noam, what he said is he is against churches helping ppl(so is our health care now) and leave it to the health care system(the current standard)(the ones that let kids die b/c it would cost them money)either way ppl die, neither is wrong, churches wont help, neither will the established government
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Guest: Kerry (2345 days ago)
Umm that principle you're talking about is freedom...laws that are applied equally to all ,not just the privileged few.Personal and corporate responsibility etc. Hardly off the wall....for a so called intellectual he's not very smart.
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Umm that principle you're talking about is freedom...laws that are applied equally to all ,not just the privileged few.Personal and corporate responsibility etc. Hardly off the wall....for a so called intellectual he's not very smart.
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Guest: Oh 4 F UK's Sake (2344 days ago)
Latest comment: No..., the principle behind policies goes deeper than a single Right wing 'run and hide' response 'you're talking about freedom!' There is so much more to it than that, which, by your comment, I can't really believe you would begin to comprehend (as it's probably not in the bible either), confirms that you are way WAY off being someone who could be described as either intellectual....OR Smart.
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Latest comment: No..., the principle behind policies goes deeper than a single Right wing 'run and hide' response 'you're talking about freedom!' There is so much more to it than that, which, by your comment, I can't really believe you would begin to comprehend (as it's probably not in the bible either), confirms that you are way WAY off being someone who could be described as either intellectual....OR Smart.
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