Ron Paul
14:22 04/20/2017

I'm very happy to see that the people of Texas don't think very much of the border wall.

I've always argued that walls would hinder the American people as much as anybody else.

The idea of a wall (that will no doubt cost us a fortune) is detrimental to the concept of liberty and just won't work. It can only end up being a failed way to treat a symptom of our problems, instead of the cause.

I discuss this in detail with Maria Bartiromo below:

61% of Texans Oppose The Border Wall ... They

61% of Texans Oppose The Border Wall ... They're Right!

By Ron Paul I'm very happy to see that the people of Texas don't think very much of the border wall. I've always argued that walls would hinder the American people as much as anybody else. The idea...

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Wakaranai Yew
40% drop of illegal immigration since trump took office. The wall will drop that even further. The cartels are suffering financially because we now uphold laws already in place. I agree with a lot that you say Ron Paul especially concerning the continuation of dropping bombs but your reluctance to aggressively control our border is why I cannot rally behind you as a politician. It will pay for itself with the trillions we save when the wall stems the flow in addition to the other root problems.
Rick Thomas
Build that Wall build that wall lmfao . Can't waint a great number of people that voted for trump that live on the border will be cut off from the river and in a lot of cases be fenced in on the mexico side . BUILD THAT WALL !!!! Theirs goverm folks sucreing the land as we speak. Most trumpsters I talked with before the election were saying trump dosent really meen build a wall now look lmao
Nickolas Story
First, they take the dinglebop, and they smooth it out with a bunch of schleem. The schleem is then repurposed for later batches. They take the dinglebop, and they push it through the grumbo, where the fleeb is rubbed against it. It's important that the fleeb is rubbed because the fleeb has all of the fleeb juice. Then a schlami shows up, and he rubs it and spits on it. They cut the fleeb. There's several hizards in the way. The blamfs rub against the chumbles. And the ploobis and grumbo are shaved away. That leaves you with a regular, old plumbus.
Adam Ludlam
Open borders are a great idea when there isn't a threat of domestic terrorism...I would love for us to have open borders but we just can't do it right now, there are too many threats. But I do agree that a wall is useless...it would cost billions of dollars a year to maintain and man. How about hire more ICE agents and have them do the job that they were doing before the bush and Obama admins...it worked fine for 200 years...so why is it a problem now? Plus we should make it less expensive and easier to get here but nevertheless we have more important issues at hand than this
Mike Scir
It's all smoke and mirrors. If business owners were fined or imprisoned for hiring illegals the problem would go away virtually overnight. The fact that there is NO such enforcement, there has NEVER been such enforcement, and there is NO plan to implement such enforcement, shows how important gov't and the business community find illegal labor. The US economy is still downsizing, the middle class is under more pressure than ever, illegals who work for lower wages lower the costs of all kinds of goods and services. This is actually helping the middle class a great deal. The REAL problem is that gov't can't be bothered to keep out the bad actors. IDK WTF they are thinking but letting criminals stay here or re-enter is a crime against the American people. But hey, these are the same idiots who keep wasting money on the totally ineffective "war" on drugs that creates a tremendous amount of crime and homelessness, by making people with medical conditions into criminals, by breaking up homes, by depriving youth from in school and after school programs that would help reduce the motivation to form drug and alcohol abuse habits or join violent gangs. Gov't is failing us very badly, and they're rather keep their fat paychecks and fat retirement accounts and do a crappy job and point the finger at the people they are enabling than clean up their act and do a good job. GOV'T is the problem.
Sean Montemurro
Honesty I always thought of the proposed wall as a campaign gimmick Trump never intended to make good on. There are already tunnels under the border that drug cartels and human traffickers use anyway.
Richard Lucas
I say save the billions it would cost to build a Wall. Spend it on C-130 gunships, apaches, and Drones. Put our military on our border and let it be known we won't tolerate illegal entry for any reason. If you try to cross, no matter what the reason. You will be fired upon. Problem solved once and for all.
Erick Radline
Just turn off every freebie and they'll stop coming here. No more welfare, free education, free healthcare, crack down on employers hiring illegals, cut all federal funding to any sanctuary city, and deport
Guy Edward Dso
Not true. Except for aircrafts, it would keep invading armies from the south, of any nation in cahoots with our southern neighbors, from getting vehicles such as tanks and other assault vehicles and other supplies from entering easily. And any penetration of a wall could be treated as an act of war.
Luis Alberto Fernandez Carbonell
This is where Libertarians are like crazy or something. About everywhere else they're right, except on this issue. You don't set up a wall and you will have immigration in large numbers. Immigration that brings with them people who vote a certain way, a way that will turn this country into their country. Prime example, look at California!
Levi Raber
I don't want a wall, I want current laws enforced better. We DO have an illegal immigrant problem and those who say otherwise are burying their heads in the sand or drinking the liberal kool-aid. Do it legally and make a better life for yourself and your family. Do it illegally and get deported (repeat offenders should get harsher punishments for each time they enter illegally). It's not fair or right to those who wait years to come who do it the legal way.
Travis Thompson
That is a shocking poll. I agree with Ron Paul in theory about borders, but realistically, I don't believe we will EVER solve the real problem (ending welfare and minimum wage), so I'm okay with the wall as a way to treat the symptoms. If the democratic party would not sell entitlements to buy votes and just focus on actual policies and sell them on their merits of why they're good for America, maybe things could change.
Roger Price
Mr. Paul, you seem to be oblivious to the enormous costs illegals already place on our healthcare, education and social welfare systems. This doesn't include our prison costs, courts and the criminal element involved in gangs and drugs. We could possibly build numerous walls with that cost, which we pay out yearly with no end in sight. They come here, refuse to learn our language or assimilate. If they can't weed out the employers that hire them and pay them under the table, what is the deterrent to stop them from sneaking across our borders. Sometimes walls DO serve a purpose. Maybe it will take someone close to you being their next victim to open your eyes.
Randall Roberson
Only way a wall would work is if it was 100 feet tall and buried atleast 50 feet down. Even then drug lords and other criminals will find a way. Just need to enforce deportation and incarceration for people here illegally. Not just let them leech of the tax payers. But just to point out these wars the past few presidents have created do more harm to the US then trying to secure our borders. Being that we are one of the most lenient country when it comes to people crossing the border illegally. You'd think all the immigrants that came here legally would stand up against the ones that came here criminally.
Frank Noble
Great points! I'm kinda neutral on the wall myself but we definitely need to make it far less attractive for people to come here illegally and just live off the system.

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Like their colleagues in the House, the Senate Republican leadership has squandered an opportunity to repeal Obamacare and replace it with true free-market health care. Instead, they have unveiled a bill that retains Obamacare's core mandates. It should be rejected. My statement below:

Reject The GOP
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An Empire Self-Destructs

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Don't miss the Ron Paul Liberty Report interview with Edward Snowden!!! Coming tomorrow at noon EDT on YouTube.com/RonPaulLibertyReport !!!

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This week, the Trump Administration issued a 150-page report on banking regulations. If Trump gets his way, as much as $2 trillion in funds will be "unlocked" for banks to lend out. Banks were forced to "lock" those funds away after the last financial crisis. Is this how banking is supposed to work? By the dictates of central planners? And what will $2 trillion in loans to an already deeply indebted American public produce?

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Gregory Smith Let bank costumers beware. And as I always state. Add one line to reforms...NO BAILOUTS EVER!
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In the following segment, Ron Paul discusses Putin offering Comey asylum, the increase of U.S. sanctions on Russia, the mess in Syria and more:

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Interest Rates should be set by supply and demand in the marketplace, not by central planners in a marble palace. The Fed falsifies interest rates, by "lowering" them and "raising" them according to their whims. The whim yesterday was to "raise." My statement below:

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June 9 - President Trump: "The nation of Qatar, unfortunately, has historically been a funder of terrorism." June 15 - U.S. Signs $12 Billion Arms Deal With Qatar Wait ... What?

Trump Criticizes Qatar
Trump Criticizes Qatar's Funding Of Terror ... Days Later Signs A $12 Billion Arms Deal

Qatar says $12 billion Boeing fighter jet deal shows deep-rooted U.S. support: https://t.co/SPklOA9OWx pic.twitter.com/KGJDqPEWXn

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Sen. McCain is thrilled. Yesterday the Senate passed by 97-2 yet another round of new sanctions on Russia. When it comes to making bad foreign policy, the two parties are united. More in today's Liberty Report: New Russia Sanctions: The Deep State Unifies Congress https://youtu.be/o8qly5J1t2U

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Judy Lee I just called to make a doctor appointment for my mom. Press #1 for an appointment, press #2 for immigration information. And now the military is naturalizing illegal aliens? What the hell?
Nick Dorsey The two who voted against it must be Rand and Mike Lee.

Think about the real world...the one that just about everyone outside of Washington DC lives in. When something succeeds, you look to do more of it. If what you're doing is failing and producing harm, you stop doing it. In the marketplace, when people want iPhones instead of flip-phones, a lot of productive action takes place. Money, labor, capital and time are devoted producing iPhones. Meanwhile, resources are concomitantly removed from producing flip-phones. This isn't The Garden of Eden. We have to make choices on how to best deal with unlimited wants and limited resources. More than enough trial-and-error has led us to a formula that works: Stick with your winners, and ditch your losers. Well, government operates on a philosophy that is completely opposite to this. More below:

More Blood & Treasure Into Afghanistan?
More Blood & Treasure Into Afghanistan?

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Karl Van Horn More arms dealer dollars in the traitors pockets is more like it
Norberto Santiago ----------- PLEASE HELP ----------- People (including innocent children) are being raped, tortured and killed at the cloning centers. The cloning centers are located in Deep Underground Military Bases (e.g. Area 51, Dulce Base, Montauk Base, etc.). ...
Gregory Smith Americans don't want to appear like quitters thus we have no way out.
Glen Martin The US needs to get out of Afghanistan. Islam Will never thrive in a Republic or a Democracy!
Don Young Flip phones are are all I need,or want.

Doubling-down on 15 failed years in Afghanistan

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Gibor Chayil Heroin trade, and maybe oil.
Delma Murray-Macgregor Got keep that gravy boat going..
Talib Kamel Oh boy
Erik James Franklin England Lithium. It's worth genocide.
Justin Neufeld Gotta get that lithium, opium, and pipelines going...

We start this morning's Liberty Report with a few early thoughts on the shooting in Virginia, then we turn to the bigger picture: after 15 years the Pentagon is struggling to come up with yet another "new" strategy for Afghanistan. What does "victory" look like? They don't know... Gen. Mattis Admits Afghanistan Truth: After 15 Years, No End In Sight https://youtu.be/DXpE5jcQhM8

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Scott Alcock They are still looking for the stinger missiles we sent there in the 80's
Jim Glover Once they install the right drug lord and steal all the resources peace will come...
Luis Sanabria Jr. All Americans know ???? We need get the F**k Out of there!!! Young American Soldiers dying for Nothing. Nothing.
Eric Thompson Then it's time for our Soldiers to return home.
Shannon Aubel Looks like he women of Afghanistan are tired of waiting for a solution from the United States.
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