Pat Buchanan thinks so and writes that H.R.758 is full of falsehoods and steeped in superpower hypocrisy. As Pat notes, ex-Rep. Ron Paul says that House Resolution 758 is so “full of war propaganda that it rivals the rhetoric from the chilliest era of the Cold War.
Pat concludes, “Those who produced this provocative resolution do not belong in charge of U.S. foreign policy, nor of America’s nuclear arsenal.”
Members of Congress would do well by their constituents to read the Cato Institute’s Chris Preble’s The Power Problem for a better understanding of how Congress should conduct a foreign policy that would have as a goal making America more safe and more prosperous.
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