Before we lose sight of him entirely, it’s worth noting, particularly after yesterday’s savage murder of eight rabbinical students in Jerusalem, that Ron Paul took his head in the desert sand approach to Mideast realities to an unfortunate extreme last Wednesday. In a roll call vote on House Resolution 951, “Condemning the Ongoing Palestinian Rocket Attacks on Israeli Civilians,” 401 members voted “aye,” 4 (include Rep. Jim Moran) voted “present,” and only 1 voted “nay.” Guess who that would be? Here he tries to explain himself.
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