Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Ron Paul Defends WikiLeaks

Ron Paul from Texas makes the case for WikiLeaks, stepping up from his fellow Republicans in the House on Monday. "WikiLeaks classified information has generated a lot of attention in the past few weeks. Historical examples wonder if this is not an example of killing the messenger for the bad news. Despite what it claims, the information it released so far has caused no harm to any individual, but it has caused plenty of embarrassment to our government. Loosing a grip of our empire is not welcomed by our new-conservative in charge. There is now more information confirming that Saudi Arabia is a principal supporter and financier of Al-Quaida. This should send off alarm bells since we guaranteed its a shuria-run government. This emphasizes more of t hat fact that no Al-Quida existed in Iraq before 9/11, yet we went to war against Iraq on the lie that it did. It has been charge by self-proclaimed that Julian Assange, the internet publisher of WikiLeaks, committed a crime deserving prosecution for treason and execution, or even assassination. But should we not at least ask how the US government can charge an Australian with treason for publishing US secret
information that he did not steal".

Ron Paul is obviously in favor of releasing these documents. He's been firmly saying that far right wingers, like Sarah Plain and Fox News, are wrong on WikiLeaks. Ron Paul asks an elementary questions - which is more harmful: invading a country that had nothing to do with 9/11 and getting those people killed or finding about it. THe Crazy right wingers don't want to prosecute Julian Assange, but all the news paper that published information about WikiLeaks. If that were to happen, it would be a totally different America.
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