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    The Antiwar Republican
    Issues; Posted on: 2007-04-11 09:48:59 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    An interview with Rep. Ron Paul

    by Scott Horton

    Interview conducted April 4, 2007. Listen to the interview.

    All right, our very special guest today on Antiwar Radio is Dr. Ron Paul, congressman representing District 14 in south Texas and new presidential candidate. That's all I can say about that, because Antiwar.com is a nonprofit and the government has rules about such things, but we can talk all about what Dr. Ron Paul believes. And that's really what I am interested in anyway.

    So welcome back to the show, Dr. Paul.

    Paul: Thank you, Scott. Good to be with you.

    Horton: You have the most consistent antiwar record of any congressman from either party. If one goes back and reads your speeches from years and years ago, they are just the same as the ones today taking the strict antiwar position. This is obviously due to the fact that you have some very strong principles about such things.

    So, Dr. Paul, what are your first principles of American foreign policy?

    Paul: Well, first, I think it is in our best interests to mind our own business, provide for a strong national defense, and stay out of the affairs of other nations. I don't believe in internationalism of the sort where we go to war under the United Nations. Those are my personal beliefs.

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