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Veteran US Congressman Ronald Earnest Paul (born 1935) who is retiring soon has come-up with New Year Resolutions for American Congress which he knows hiself – is controlled by the Jewish Lobby. I’m sure his resolutions will bring the Israeli hasbara hounds chasing him for the rest of his mortal life as they did during his stay in Congress, in and out, since 1978.

Ron Paul, who lost his bid to win GOP nomination for 2012 presidential election to his pro-Israel opponent Mitt Romney – has been called Jew-hater, a non-believer in 9/11 official story and a vicious antisemite by the Jewish lobby groups.

Rep. Ron Paul was against US invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. He also supports dialogue with Iran and says that even a nuclear Iran would not pose a threat to US or its interests in the region.

Rep. Ron Paul’s New Year Resolutions go as follows:

In just a few days, Congress will solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against ALL enemies, foreign and domestic. They should reread Article 1 Section 8 and the Bill of Rights before taking such a serious oath. Most legislation violates key provisions of the Constitution in very basic ways, and if members can’t bring themselves to say no in the face of pressure from special interests, they have broken trust with their constituents and violated their oaths. Congress does not exist to serve special interests, it exists to protect the rule of law.

I also urge my colleagues to end unconstitutional wars overseas. Stop the drone strikes; stop the covert activities and meddling in the internal affairs of other nations. Strive to observe “good faith and justice towards all Nations” as George Washington admonished. We are only making more enemies, wasting lives, and bankrupting ourselves with the neoconservative, interventionist mindset that endorses pre-emptive war that now dominates both parties.

All foreign aid should end because it is blatantly unconstitutional. While it may be a relatively small part of our federal budget, for many countries it is a large part of theirs–and it creates perverse incentives for both our friends and enemies. There is no way members of Congress can know or understand the political, economic, legal, and social realities in the many nations to which they send taxpayer dollars.

Congress needs to stop accumulating more debt. US debt, monetized by the Federal Reserve, is the true threat to our national security. Revisiting the parameters of Article 1 Section 8 would be a good start.

Congress should resolve to respect personal liberty and free markets. Learn more about the free market and how it regulates commerce and produces greater prosperity better than any legislation or regulation. Understand that economic freedom IS freedom. Resolve not to get in the way of voluntary contracts between consenting adults. Stop bailing out failed yet politically connected companies and industries. Stop forcing people to engage in commerce when they don’t want to, and stop prohibiting them from buying and selling when they do want to. Stop trying to legislate your ideas of fairness. Protect property rights. Protect the individual. That is enough.

There are many more resolutions I would like to see my colleagues in Congress adopt, but respect for the Constitution and the oath of office should be at the core of everything members of Congress do in 2013.

My personal response to Ron Paul’s resolution will be: “Dear Ron, it will only happen when some Israeli pigs start flying!“.

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