THE MORNING SHOW
Historian, Author and Senior Campaign Advisor to Ron Paul
May 15, 2012
Senior Paul Advisor, Doug Wead, talks about the convention, working for Bush 43, Iran and the future of this country
-The Power of money and how quickly and efficiently it manifests in politics
-The younger ones get what is going on, why don’t the Baby boomers?
-Five days in the White House and the man changes
-Ron Paul is not electable in 2012 because his ideas are too radical.
-The media control the minds of man
-Auditing the Fed may be a red herring
-The United States accounts for 43 percent of the world’s expenditures on wars
-Patrick asks Mr. Wead the following:
-Is Ron Paul the real deal?
-Is Rand Paul the real deal, and will he be the President some day?
-What is U.S. Iran policy really about?
Doug Wead is a historian and New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty books. He has served as an adviser to two American presidents and was a special assistant to the president in the Bush, Sr. White House. In 2012 he took a sabbatical from writing to serve as the senior adviser to the Ron Paul presidential campaign.
doug wead on ron paul and the making of presidents, may 16, 2012