The Book of Ron Paul
1997 Ron Paul Chapter 57


4 June 1997

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1997 Ron Paul 57:1
Mr. PAUL. Mr. Chairman, will the gentlewoman yield?

1997 Ron Paul 57:2
Mrs. LOWEY. I yield to the gentleman from Texas.

1997 Ron Paul 57:3
Mr. PAUL. Mr. Chairman, I share the gentlewoman’s desire for the United States to be a leader. It is just that my concept of leadership is different. We have troops in 100 countries of the world. That does not have very much to do with our national security. I am for neutrality. I want to be friends with everybody. Some say this is an isolationist viewpoint. It has nothing to do with isolationism, if we combine it with free trade.

1997 Ron Paul 57:4
This whole notion that we are isolating and drawing back, yes, we would like to draw some of our troops back, maybe because we are not authorized, it is not part of our national security, we do not have the funds, and it gets us into trouble. Those are the reasons why the American people are sick and tired of all this adventurism overseas.


1997 Ron Paul Chapter 57

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