When two parties voluntarily agree to trade with one another, it is not a "raid." A raid is when one party uses violent force to confiscate another person's property.— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
Americans pay the tariffs.
American money is going into the U.S. government's coffers. pic.twitter.com/iqH3DXKIIQ
Taxes do not create wealth, but destroy it.— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
With tariffs, the U.S. federal government is "raiding" the American standard of living.
Why Are We Talking About Khashoggi Murder When US Drones Kill Thousands? - today on the Liberty Report:https://t.co/FEVY8806wE— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
The Spirit of Liberty Still Exists In America pic.twitter.com/Dc5glRdD5B— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
"We do not need 'monetary policy' any more than we need a paintbrush policy, a baseball bat policy, or an automobile policy. We do not need a monopoly institution to create money for us. ...— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日
Money, like any good, is better produced on the market within the nexus of economic calculation. Money creation by government or its privileged central bank yields us business cycles, monetary debasement, and an increase in the power of government." - @lewrockwell— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) 2018年12月4日