By Ron Paul
If we really want to "export" the philosophy of liberty, we must do so with ideas, and not military force. Perhaps if we did so, we would have a thriving economy, and maybe we wouldn't be 20th in the world when it comes to defending liberty.
If we were able to set a good example by practicing what we preach, perhaps other countries would want to emulate us. The entire idea of spreading "American exceptionalism" out of the barrel of a gun is terribly flawed.
The wrong path is coming to an end. I'm delighted that NATO leaders are frustrated and that they don't know what to do. I actually have some advice for them: Disband! Send everybody home. Robert Taft was correct when he advised that the U.S. should not have joined. We're looking at the results of his advice being ignored.
No more war profiteering!
That should be our slogan.
Thank you, and be sure to tune in to tomorrow's Liberty Report!