Ron Paul: The Benghazi Tragedy Is A Result Of Bad Ideology – OpEd
By Ron Paul
The tragedy of Benghazi can be attributed to stupidity and bad ideology. The much talked about Hillary Clinton testimony does not challenge the ideology of interventionism. The hearing is merely a challenging of the management of interventionism. So both sides agree on intervening in foreign countries, they merely disagree on how it is to be managed.
I believe that the argument must be ideological and the notion of interventionism itself must be challenged. The problem of Benghazi is not one of management. Both sides endorsed and supported the intervention in Libya. Since that time, there has been an expansion into Syria and other parts of the Middle East.
Ideas have consequences. Good ideas cannot be defeated by armies, or bad politicians in Washington. Right now, I’m seeing progress in the peace movement. We are truly moving in the right direction.
I believe that the end is coming for the U.S. government’s failed foreign policy. We are living in a new era with a lot of room for the correct ideology to move in. Fortunately, the ideas of peace, free markets and non-interventionism are available to people like they’ve never been available before.
Our job is to spread these ideas, and convince as many Americans as possible that liberty provides the answers, not authoritarianism.
Reprinted with permission from RonPaulLibertyReport.com and the Ron Paul Institute.
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Politicians better listen to Mr.Ron Paul.He is the only sober politician in USA.He has no illusions about the world we live in.