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    Noam Chomsky Crushes Ron Paul And Libertarians! (video)

    Noam Chomsky Crushes Ron Paul And Libertarians! (video)

    April 14, 2013
    Americans Against The Tea Party
    http://aattp.org/noam-chomsky-crushe...tarians-video/


    An audience member asks Noam Chomsky, “Do you support Ron Paul?”Chomsky responds coyly,

    “Ron Paul is a nice guy. If I had to have dinner with one of the Republican candidates, I’d prefer to have it with him. But his policies are off the wall!”


    In this video clip, Noam Chomsky describes Libertarian “savagery” retelling how Ron Paul said that letting a comatose American die because he had no insurance was “a tribute to our liberty.” Chomsky goes on to discuss how libertarians are actually extreme advocates of total tyranny because they support giving power to private unaccountable tyrannies (corporations) which are even worse than state tyrannies. Chomsky says this because even in a tyrannical state “the public still has some kind of role.”

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    These tea party nuts is dangeress people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WV Slim Shady View Post
    These tea party nuts is dangeress people.
    Tea Party Debate Audience Cheered Idea of Letting Uninsured Patients Die

    ABC News
    Sep 13, 2011 1:48pm

    If it was up to Ron Paul, or many of the Tea Party audience members at Monday night’s GOP presidential debate, churches, not the federal government, would help foot the bill for the medical costs of America’s 50 million residents living without health insurance.

    CNN moderator Wolf Blitzer’s hypothetical question about whether an uninsured 30-year-old working man in coma should be treated prompted one of the most boisterous moments of audience participation in the CNN/Tea Party Express.

    “What he should do is whatever he wants to do and assume responsibility for himself,” Paul responded, adding, “That’s what freedom is all about, taking your own risk. This whole idea that you have to compare and take care of everybody…”

    The audience erupted into cheers, cutting off the Congressman’s sentence.

    After a pause, Blitzer followed up by asking “Congressman, are you saying that society should just let him die?” to which a small number of audience members shouted “Yeah!”

    Link to full article: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics...-patients-die/




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