Contrasted with Newt Gingrich's insistent rhetoric on how President Obama should not be apologizing to the Muslim world for the Quran burnings that took place at a U.S. military camp in Afghanistan last month, Ron Paul said on CNN's State of the Union today that it wasn't necessarily the wrong thing to do. However, Paul did say it was irrelevant because an apology will do very little to sway the feelings of the Muslim world, and said that beyond any one apology, a change in U.
GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich said President Barack Obama "surrendered" by apologizing to Afghan President Hamid Karzai after U.S. military personnel in Afghanistan had burned Qurans, sparking deadly protests. Read Post
GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul said Republicans were "a little over the top" in criticizing President Barack Obama?s decision to apologize for U.S. soldiers burning the Quran in Afghanistan. Mr. Paul, speaking Sunday on CNN's "... Read Post