Libertarian Candidate Craig Exposes Ron Paul

Date: Jan 3, 2008 Length: 28:24
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* MO Libertarian Party Candidate Kevin Craig Admits the Truth: [This interview resulted from yesterday's BEL program.] A libertarian party candidate running for a U.S. House seat in Missouri, Kevin Craig, admits the obvious truth on Bob Enyart Live, that Ron Paul would allow the states to continue the killing of unborn children. Also, Craig admits that as a Libertarian Candidate for a federal seat, he is opposed to the fourteenth amendment, because it requires equal protection of all persons under the law. This Libertarian candidate therefore approves of Ron Paul in large part because even though Paul believes an unborn child is a person, and to intentionally kill that child is murder, even still, Ron Paul would not enforce the U.S. Constitution and its requirement of equal protection for all persons.

Thus, this Libertarian Party candidate helped established the truth that Ron Paul is pro-choice, state by state. Like Paul (and like John Kerry, etc.), many of his supporters appear to be personally against abortion, but willing to allow the states to systematically murder innocent children. Unlike Kerry, a major claim of Paul's (and his supporters') is that he will uphold the Constitution. Pro-lifers around the country are now exposing even this as false. To get the vote of conservative Christians, Ron Paul uses rhetoric referring to abortion as murder, and giving lip service to the right to life of the fetus, claiming that he believes that a fetus is not just tissue, but a living human being. However, it turns out this represents his "personal view." When it comes to law, Paul states that the federal government should tolerate any state that legalizes abortion. Of course, the Constitution forbids such genocidal apathy. The federal government has the obligation to uphold the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which states:

"...nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

And the Fifth Amendment:

"No person shall be... deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law..."

A perverse official could deny that a black person, or a child, is a person. But supposedly, Ron Paul, as in his own Sanctity of Life bills, would have the federal government declare that "human life shall be deemed to exist from conception." And then in the most obvious hypocrisy against both God's law and even the Constitution, Ron Paul argues, and as head of the Executive branch he would put into law:

"any State has the right to deprive any unborn person of life, for any reason, and by my own hypocritical oath as a doctor, and now by my pledge as a presidential candidate, I will not enforce the 5th or 14th amendments of the very constitution I claim to support, because my lust for power supersedes any other commitment I claim, whether to our man-made constitution or to God's command, Do not murder." -Ron Paul (on Truth Serum)

Creep.

* Romney Health Care: Mitt Romney stated that as Governor he always came down on the side of life with every bit of legislation that crossed his desk, except that Romney Health Care pays for abortion, promotes chemical abortions with Plan B, gives Planned Parenthood a seat on the Massachusetts Health Care advisory board, and attempts to force Catholic hospitals to dispense abortifacients. Like John Kerry before him, Mitt Romney is a pro-choice liberal Massachusetts politician.

* See also: Bob Debates Ron Paul Supporters.

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