Why Does Ron Paul Insist on a Declaration of War?

By Doug Newman
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Posted at Daily Paul.

Ron Paul has always insisted on a declaration of war as opposed to an “authorization for the use of military force”. For those of you who are – like I was – a little confused about this issue, here is a short yet excellent article explaining this distinction.

70 percent of presidential campaign donations from active duty military personnel went to Ron Paul.

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My name is Doug Newman. I live in Aurora, Colorado, just outside Denver. Food for the Thinkers is mostly about the connection between Christianity and libertarianism. Most Christians do not understand libertarianism. And most libertarians do not understand Christianity. Hopefully, this blog helps clear up those misunderstanding. Check out my old page at www.thefot.us And remember: When you let people do whatever they want, you get Woodstock. But when you let governments do whatever they want, you get Auschwitz.
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