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" Ask yourself in all honesty. What is wrong with the United States simply minding it's own business?"
"Or with having it's foreign policy function primarily for the safety and benefit of the American people?"
"Which is exactly what we have done for the first 140 years of our existence as a nation. To the incerdible advantage of ourselves and everybody else. Everybody that is except a numericaly small clique of powerlusting conspirators who have somehow inflicted themselves on a gullible world"
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Re: John Welch - 1974 - "What is Wrong With the USA"
Who is Robert Welch:
- Who is Robert Welch?
At an age when most people are enjoying their retirement, Robert Welch decided to place that aside and found an organization to promote what he saw as ideals of americanism in order to battle the overwhelming wave of communism he saw taking over numerous countries, as well as seeing its prominent influence in America throughout his lifetime.
While his detractors would have rather seen Robert Welch sit idle in a rocking chair, he would have none of it. He devoted the rest of his life at age 58 to help secure to future generations the freedoms he had enjoyed and to give them the educational tools they would need to use to hold onto the freedoms.
Well communism is not now what it appeared to be then ...
however, some of his ideas are still great ideas IMO.