26 Cheshvan 5772
Ron Paul's strength in Iowa shows it's too soon to write him off
...As other candidates – Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Herman Cain – dash forward hare-like only to stumble or be run over by the next new thing, Paul is the perpetual tortoise in the race, mild-mannered, confident and unwavering in his positions (no flip-flopper he), advancing steadily toward the first real test in the Iowa caucuses six weeks from now.
As I hope was made clear in my post of three days ago, The Alliance, I do not believe that the traditional relationship between Israel and the US is healthy for either one. I have been impressed with Congressman Ron Paul's steadfast position on US non-involvement with Israel's right to it sovereignty.
Suddenly, the Israeli media is catching on to this:
Ron Paul: Why does Israel need our help?
...Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul suggested that the US should have less involvement in Israel's affairs.
GOP’s Ron Paul: None of Our Business if Israel Attacks Iran
..."I think they're quite capable of taking care of themselves," the Texas Congressman said, noting that Israel has nuclear missiles. "Why does Israel need our help? We need to get out of their way," he added.
He is absolutely right. It's time that Americans understood (and their politicians admitted) that America is in decline. Despite popular opinion, American foreign policy does not favor Israel or Israeli interests. The worst thing we can do in the eyes of the goyim is to beg them for their help. Far better that they step out of our way and that we learn to stand on our own two feet and trust only in HKB"H.