I admit I may not agree 100% with Ron Paul on everything. I may find him to be too harsh at times. For instance, I have a hard time equating taxation with theft. To do so is to negate the efficacy of any taxation, or any state, for that matter, funded by coercion of any sort. I’m not sure what this would do to the Constitution.
With that in mind, I find his recent remarks (see here) on foreign policy enlightening and refreshing. I cannot for the life of me understand why so few refuse to take this common-sense, historical, and Constitutional approach to foreign policy. Why is it so hard to comprehend antipathy to a foreign policy hostile to so many?