Paul Is Only GOP Contender Whose Policies Would Pare Debt, Analysis Finds

The tax and spending plans of the leading Republican presidential candidates would add to the U.S. debt, according to a nonpartisan report.

The plans of Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney would each add trillions of dollars to the debt over the next decade, according to an analysis released today by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget in Washington. The Republican contenders criticize President Barack Obama for spending programs that contributed to a trillion-dollar budget deficit.

Ron Paul is the only major candidate whose policies would reduce U.S. debt, according to the report.

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3 thoughts on “Paul Is Only GOP Contender Whose Policies Would Pare Debt, Analysis Finds

  1. Good write up Tona. A lot of good things have been coming out on Ron Paul. A lot more people need to study him as a man and as the GOP nominee for President!

    I have dicovered a lot of surprises over the past week about all four candidates. Take a good look at Ron Paul, you might start thinking differently.

    God speed,

    John A. Smaldone

    • John,
      You make a good point. How many people have examined what they believe and why because of something that Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum said? Only Ron Paul is challenging people to think, ask questions and not accpet status quo.

  2. So, we invaded Iraq because they were funding/training/providing “weapons of mass destruction” to Al Quaeda (which the CIA trained, supplied), then we couldn’t find the “fissile material”, so we invaded Afghanistan for the same reason and couldn’t find the “fissile material” and then Pakistan, Egypt, Libya and now we are to believe that it is now Iran that is providing “fissile material” to Hezbollah and Hamas – who want to attack us via Central America – oh, and Israel too, just like the holocaust? And Iran who is totally surrounded by our military in all its neighboring lands and oceans would rather give away fissle material to Israel’s enemies (who now apparently want to attack us via Central America) rather than develop their own weapon against us who are camped out right in their face and additionally imposing economic/financial sanctions on them via the banksters? And Israel can’t defend themselves or perform their own pre-emptive strike with their nuclear weapons (that we gave them)? And China and North Korea having nuclear weapons and testing them is totally cool and they don’t need to be invaded?

    Sounds reasonable to me!

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