Randam Ron Paulism
Laura Knoy: Now how does this noninterventionist philosophy play out when it’s a humanitarian crisis like genocide in Darfur, Sudan?
Ron Paul: …it should be done voluntarily. I have no right – no moral right or constitutional right – to come with a gun and tax the people and say: "I will take money because I want to do good" … there’s warring factions going on there, it’s a civil war… You could’ve argued that in Somalia as well … And the American people are generous – there’s no reason why we can’t help feed the world, and we do. But there’s no justification to use violence against our people to extract money to do good overseas.”
Interview by Laura Knoy on NHPR, June 5, 2007
Check Out This Amateur-Hour Screwup In P&G’s Most Recent SEC Filing (PG)
Procter Gamble only presented a new corporate plan to investors that involves over a subsequent 5 years. Much of that will come by holding behind a company’s .
One of , a code extension of a washing detergent. Tide Pods are small, dissolvable, pre-measured packets that presumably work improved than only transfer a things in a tip of a machine. behind that launch after this year. Tide is a large code that sells $1.3 billion a year, and Tide Pods are approaching to supplement another $300 million annually.
Good fitness perplexing to figure that out from CEO Bob McDonald’s display to investors yesterday, as filed with a SEC. The slip on Tide Pods is missing. In a place is a vacant shade with a words, “Insert Tide Pods Copy.”
Here are a slides, as filed with a feds:
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