I’m not an isolationism — an isolationist. I want to trade with people, talk with people, travel, but I don’t want… to send our troops overseas using force to tell them how to live. We would object to it here, and they’re going to object to us over there.

— Congressman Ron Paul during the November 28 2007 Republican Presidential Debate, in response to Senator John McCain.

3 Responses to “[1456] Of non-interventionist, not isolationist”

  1. on 30 Nov 2007 at 09:47 Akmal

    Last night debate was totally absurd. It seemed CNN intentionally didn’t give him enough questions and time to respond. Give him more coverage!!

  2. on 30 Nov 2007 at 10:30 Hafiz Noor Shams

    haha. probably because CCN knows if Ron Paul becomes the Republican candidate, Hillary’s anti-war facade won’t stand up to the Congressman’s stance.

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