Air Force & Ron Paul
An air force, also known in some countries as an air army, is in the broadest sense, the national military organization that primarily conducts aerial warfare. Ronald Ernest Paul (born August 20, 1935) is an American physician, author, and former politician who served as the U.S./5
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Interesting facts about ron paul and the comparison to what we have today in the white house or for that matter in both parties in washington Facts about Dr. Ron Pauls Personal Life… •He was the 220 yard dash state champion at Dormont High School. •He received a B.S. degree in biology from Gettysburg College in 1957. •He earned a Doctor Of Medicine degree from Duke University of Medicine in 1961. •He was a Captain in the U.S. Air Force and served as a flight surgeon from 1963 to 1965 in Viet Nam and then served in the U.S. National Guard from 1965 to 1968. •He started his own practice as an OBGYN in 1968 and delivered over 4000 babies in his career as a doctor. •Instead of accepting Medicaid or Medicare payments for his poor patients, Dr. Paul lowered his fees or offered his services for free. •He has been married to the same woman for 54 years. •He has 5 children, 18 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. •At 76, and schedule permitting, Ron Paul starts each day with a 3 to 4 mile ...
Responses to my Ron Paul rants are priceless. Dr. Paul was a medical doctor ... Well so was Jack Kevorkian and Dr Tiller the baby killer. Next. Ron Paul served in the Air Force. Well John Kerry was a Naval Officer and Charlie Rangle fought in Korea..Adolph Hitler was in the army. The point I was making is he is such a loon liberal, he can't open his pie hole without something insulting falling out. Rand Paul has to distance himself from his dad and should have his father committed. Ron
Tom Woods r/sarcasm " I think it’s a good idea to vote for Mitt Romney, whose top three donors are Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley, and a bad idea to vote for Ron Paul, whose top three donors are the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Air Force."
Fun Fact: Chuck Norris served in the USAF as SecFo (cop) and learned his martial arts while stationed in Korea. Also; George Carlin, Johnny Cash, Dr. Seuss, Morgan Freeman, Ron Paul, and Bob Ross have all served in the Air Force.
On August 20, 1935, a brave soul was born. As a young boy of five boys, Ron Paul was taught many lessons about life and work. If you want something bad enough, son, go out and earn it. That would lead Ron to join the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam (Police Action) War. He signed up for two years but stayed an additional three years for a total of five honorable years. Before he left, he had already married his high school sweetheart Carol, and were together the very proud parents of two beautiful boys. Still, Ron realizing that serving his country was part of his duty as a father and husband and some would argue more importantly for being an American citizen. Ron knew he wasn’t a gun type of guy and he had almost worked through the basics of medical school. He became an in flight surgeon, patching up our boys who were putting their posteriors on the line for an unjust, undeclared and illegal war. Let me again mention that Ron serve three more years than his original U.S. Military called for; which was ...
"Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country." ~Ronald Regan
2012 top 5 political contributions for the 3 candidates. Comments below. Barack Obama Microsoft Corp $304,690 DLA Piper $302,527 University of California $243,486 Sidley Austin LLP $234,611 Google Inc $191,719 Mitt Romney Goldman Sachs $564,580 JPMorgan Chase & Co $400,675 Bank of America $364,850 Morgan Stanley $363,550 Credit Suisse Group $316,160 Ron Paul US Army $99,733 US Air Force $75,652 US Navy $73,057 Google Inc $40,827 US Dept of Defense $32,479 Do I want a president who is in the pocket of the bankers and multinational corporations, or somebody who the military members, veterans and the youth overwhelmingly support? Do you think RObomney will support the people, or continue the agenda for the corporate fat cats who bought him into office? Whose pocket would Ron Paul be in? I expect that the winner will support those that funded them. Sorry, but I don't want 4 more years of corporatism under RObomney. They are the establishment status-quo picks, and the elite don't care one way or ...
Media blackout of Ron Paul, ever wonder why, just ask... NBC = Director: John Brademas, president of New York University, chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York ABC-TV = Director: Ray Adam, director of Metropolitan Life, Cities Service, Morgan Guaranty Trust, and chairman of the $2 billion NL Industries a petroleum field service concern CBS = Director: Harold Brown, who was Secretary of the Air Force from 1963-69, Secretary of Defense from 1977-81, and is now executive director of the Trilateral Commission
Top 5 contributors by Candidate: Mitt Romney: 1. Goldman Sachs 2. JPMorgan Chase & Co 3. Bank of America 4. Morgan Stanley 5. Credit Suisse Group Ron Paul: 1. US Army 2. US Air Force 3. US Navy 4. Google Inc 5. US Dept of Defense Humm.and Ron Paul is bad for Defense? Not according to the people doing the job...but yes according to the Bankers and the Media. Facts are fun.
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 Romney Takes Swipe at Ron Paul's budget plan For a man who seems to have the Republican presidential nomination sewn up, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s decision to attack the policies of his only rival who has not dropped out of the race, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), is curious indeed. Paul has proposed slashing $1 trillion from the federal deficit in his first year in office and balancing the budget in three years. He has argued that much of this deficit reduction could be achieved by ending America’s overseas military operations, closing foreign bases, and bringing the troops home. Romney, however, will have none of it, reports the Washington Times. “My job is to get America back on track to have a balanced budget,” he told attendees at a suburban Cleveland town hall event Monday. “Now I’m not going to cut $1 trillion in the first year,” he added — a clear jab at Paul’s plan. “Why not, someone in the crowd apparently asked,” according to the Times. “Th ...
Pot advocates have already been hard hit by the retirement announcements of Reps. Ron Paul (R-Texas) and Barney Frank (D-Mass.), who've long lobbied to remove marijuana from the list of federally regulated substances. Now they could lose another political figure who has been a key supporter of the m...
Goldman-Sachs donated more than $1M to the Obama campaign in 2008 (donor). In 2012, they have donated more than $500K to Mitt Romney (donor). Who is Romney owned by? Read the list: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse Group, Citigroup Inc, Bank of America, etc. Who are Ron Paul's top donors? US Army, US Navy, US Air Force.
We all know President Obama and Mitt Romney are raising millions. Here are the the top three contributors to the three highest earning campaigns through the 3rd quarter of 2011. These numbers speak for themselves. Barack Obama: Microsoft Corp $170,323 Comcast Corp $116,155 Harvard University $94,225 Mitt Romney: Goldman Sachs $354,700 Credit Suisse Group $195,250 Morgan Stanley $185,800 Ron Paul: US Air Force $23,437 US Army $23,053 US Navy $16,973
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