Ask yourself the following question: If Hamas starts bombing Israeli cities again from Gaza (as they have been doing over the weekend) and Israel decides to respond, which candidate would be the least likely to interfere with an Israeli response in any way?
Meaning, which candidate would allow Israel to destroy Hamas entirely without restraining her? The answer is Ron Paul. How can we know this? Because in 1981 when Israel bombed the Iraq nuclear reactor, Ron Paul was one of the only congressmen to refuse to condemn Israel for doing so. Not because he supported it, but because he doesn’t take sides on principle. This precedent shows that when pushed to take sides, Ron Paul will not do so, and will instead remain on the sidelines. (Unless a war is declared by Congress such as in World War II.)
via World Of Judaica.