Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Hearing Perspective on Non-Interventionism and The Founding Fathers

While searching YouTube, I came across a video that was created by a hearing person who took the time and effort to subtitle his own video. In the video, he discusses his opinions on Ron Paul, non-interventionism, and the founding fathers. Check it out!

(CC) WHAS11 Interviews Rand Paul & Ron Paul (1/31/10)

I want to recognize the YouTube account held by Krippy, who is responsible for the below captioned video. Featured is an interview with Ron Paul and his son, Rand, who is running for Senator in the state of Kentucky.

(CC) Blast from the Past: Ron Paul at the 2007 GOP Debate (CNBC)

"It's always the poor people that suffer the most."

"As long as we live beyond our means we are destined to live beneath our means."

At the GOP Debate held by CNBC on October 9th, 2007, Representative Ron Paul used quotes such as the above to warn the people that the economy was in shambles and like a house of cards, would eventually collapse. The first answer he gives in this clip explains clearly why this country is having financial problems.

(CC) Rachel Maddow discusses Ron Paul and the Tea Party Movement

In this video, Rachael Maddow of MSNBC asks whether the Tea Party movement is trying to get rid of Ron Paul. This video is the first video I have ever done with YouTube's Automated Captioning feature. I am very impressed with this feature, as it worked perfectly and was very easy to use. Just click on the bottom-right window and make sure you click on the (CC) button in order to activate the captions.