Tuesday, October 4, 2011
A Good Defense is Sometimes Simply a Cogent Point
Ron Paul made one of the greatest debating points in the history of modern Presidential debating. I believe it was in the last debate (or maybe it was the one before that) and it was when he made that critical distinction between "defense spending" and "military spending", the former being that which we legitimately need to defend ourselves and the latter being only that which the Military Industrial Complex has foisted upon us (this, strictly in an effort to enhance their own power). I mean, I know that Mr. Paul is frequently considered a major flake and all but damn, huh?