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You are here: > News > November 5, 2007

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Ron Paul on Global Warming

The "fringe" candidate that has been taking the Internet by storm measures his stance on global warming the same he does most all issues -- by the U.S. Constitution.

     "He's the best presidential candidate to come along since the Founding Fathers." -- Sterling D. Allan

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A Plug for the Candidate

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Congressman Ron Paul is emerging as clearly the most popular U.S. Presidential Candidate on the Internet.  His voice of reason and his articulate defense of Constitutional principles and of liberty in general are striking a chord all across America.  Now even the mainstream media are beginning to pay attention and give him coverage.

What is even more remarkable is that many of his positions are very radical -- such as to abolish the IRS, get government out of social programs, bring the U.S. troops home immediately, stop nation building.  Yet when he states these positions, his demeanor and clear choice of resonant wording, combined with his considerable experience both in government and medicine, somehow takes the edge off of what otherwise would be immediately rejected as preposterous.

When I listen to Ron Paul speak, nearly everything he says strikes a resonant chord with my own beliefs and principles.  Yet his following pulls from a wide diversity of Americans, including liberals, conservatives, and everything in-between.  He is appealing especially to the rising generation, hence his popularity on the Internet, which is their venue.  "Ron Paul cured my apathy" is a placard often seen in rallies.  There is something viscerally human and good about his message.

I must say that this gives me a great deal of personal satisfaction, inasmuch as I helped head a three-year effort to draft Ron Paul to run for President in 2004.  (Ref.)  When he finally declined to run, I threw my own hat in that ring, but to no avail.  (Ref.)  I was saying the same kinds of things as Ron Paul, but my lack of credibility and polish caused those words to fall on deaf ears.  Also, he clearly has a much more broad understanding of the issues.  So now to see his message resonating with more and more Americans brings me a lot of hope for our future.


Ron Paul on Global Warming

Source: YouTube; July 8, 2007

"Global temperatures have been warming since the Little Ice Age.  Studies within the respectable scientific community have shown that human beings are most likely a part of this process.  As a Congressman, I've done a number of things to support environmentally friendly policies.  I have been active in the Green Scissors campaign to cut environmentally harmful spending, I've opposed foreign wars for oil, and I've spoken out against government programs that encourage development in environmentally sensitive areas, such as flood insurance."

"I strongly oppose the Kyoto treaty.  Providing for a clean environment is an excellent goal, but the Kyoto treaty doesn't do that.  Instead it's placed the burden on the United States to cut emissions while not requiring China - the world's biggest polluter - an other polluting third-world countries to do a thing.  Also, the regulations are harmful for American workers, because it encourages corporations to move their business overseas to countries where the regulations don't apply.  It's bad science, it's bad policy, and it's bad for America.  I am more than willing to work cooperatively with other nations to come up with policies that will safeguard the environment, but I oppose all nonbinding resolutions that place an unnecessary burden on the United States."

When asked by Bill Maher if he thinks the Federal Government should be involved in stopping Global Warming, Ron Paul replied: 

"Then you have to deal with the volcanoes, and you have to deal with China... so what are you going to do, invade China so they don't pollute?  ... But that doesn't mean that you shouldn't do what we can to slow up the emissions and stop subsidizing big oil companies.  I don't like subsidizing oil companies.  They've been doing that for years.  We go to war to protect oil, so that we can buy more oil, and burn more oil.  So I say our foreign policy contributes to global warming -- by subsidizing a policy that is deeply flawed.  And that's why we're in the Middle East, to protect oil interests."

When asked if efforts to slow down Global Warming should be increased, Dr. Paul replied: "Yes."

Because he does not support any piece of legislation not specifically authorized by the Constitution, Paul votes against most bills that involve government spending or expanded government initiatives; thus he does not seek legislation to combat the global warming.  Instead, he advocates reducing emissions, halting subsidies to oil companies, and altering a war-for-oil foreign policy that in itself contributes to global warming.


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Ron Paul: A New Hope (8:44 minutes)

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Ron Paul TV Special for Iowa - pt. 1 (15:20 minutes) Dec. 16, 1007

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Ron Paul TV Special for Iowa - pt. 2 (13:11 minutes) Dec. 16, 1007

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Ron Paul is Bill Maher's New Hero (8:14 minutes)

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Ron Paul on the NBC Evening News (2:55 minutes)

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Ron Paul support makes me admire you even more

On Nov. 5, 2007, Bill Zimmerly <wfzls {at}> wrote:

You are doing a fantastic job and I look forward to checking your web site on a daily basis. I enjoy the alternative energy news and I also enjoy the political commentary you slip in there regularly. Now that I see your also a Ron Paul supporter I have doubled admiration for your site. Keep up the good work.


I finally donate on Dec. 17, a couple of hours after the Dec. 16 deadline for the Boston Tea Party commemoration.  He only had over 9 million around a week ago, well on his way to the 12 million quarterly target.

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Page composed by Sterling D. Allan November 8, 2007
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