He believes the U.S. should do business with companies who provide jobs in Darfur. Now, on the surface that doesn't seem like that big of an issue to most people. Only that these companies are providing jobs to the same Arab majority who has conducted a genocide in the country. I don't want my government giving tax breaks or supporting companies which give jobs to countries carrying out genocides. Now I'm sure neither does Ron Paul, but his inability (well no, it's cause he's too busy thinking about the greatness of the free market) to see that by allowing these companies to operate freely he is indirectly helping to fund a genocide is quite ridiculous.
That is what makes him crazy in my opinion. He's so busy sucking on Thomas Jefferson's dick to realize that Thomas Jefferson would have **** his pants if he had to deal with the type of complex economy we have today. I mean what was the U.S.'s main industry back then? Slavery? Cotton? That wouldn't even crack our top 100 industries today in terms of complexity and social ramifications. Seriously, he's crazy because of his unwillingness to see that purism is not always the best solution. ****, it's not even the best solution most of the time.