Posts Tagged ‘Ron Paul Revolution’

Is Ron Paul Finally Giving Up?

February 9, 2008

Ron Paul Straight JacketPerhaps Ron Paul is finally facing reality.  He has no chance whatsoever at the Republican nomination let alone the Presidency.  It would appear that the good doctor has decided to pursue a more realistic goal: saving his congressional seat.  Good plan, Ron!

Just as the liberal Ohio congressman [Dennis Kookspinach] realized last month that his long-shot presidential campaign was imperiling his prospects for keeping his House seat, Paul appears to be choosing the comfort of incumbency over a continued effort to win a nomination that he has virtually no shot at capturing.

In Ron Paul’s own words:

“I also have another priority. I have constituents in my home district that I must serve. I cannot and will not let them down. And I have another battle I must face here as well. If I were to lose the primary for my congressional seat, all our opponents would react with glee, and pretend it was a rejection of our ideas. I cannot and will not let that happen.”

And you Paultards can forget about a third party run (and a huge defeat).  That’s just a pipe dream.  In the pied piper’s own words:

“Of course, I am committed to fighting for our ideas within the Republican Party, so there will be no third-party run,” Paul said.  “I do not denigrate third parties — just the opposite, and I have long worked to remove the ballot-access restrictions on them. But I am a Republican, and I will remain a Republican.”

Bye bye, Ron Paul.  It’s been fun.  Thanks for keeping the race interesting, but you never really had a chance.  America does not want to cut and run.  Republicans do not want to cut and run.  Maybe you should have run for the Democrat party nomination.  You’d have had a better chance in the kook party.

— Psycheout

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Clown Candidate Ron Paul Excluded from Debates

January 1, 2008

Ron Paul Jefferson, or Napoleon?All I can say is that it’s about time. Ron Paul is a laughable joke of a candidate. He’s fine in the Congress where his nuttiness is diluted by saner voices. But President Ron Paul? Pardon me while I snigger.

ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates this weekend just before the New Hampshire primary, in Fox’s case infuriating supporters of Republican Rep. Ron Paul.

Ron Paul supporters are as thin skinned and unhinged as they come. So excuse me while I pop some popcorn and enjoy the show of Paultards heads exploding. Bwahahahahaha!

Fox News says it has limited space in its studio, which leaves Rep. Ron Paul out of a weekend debate.

In other words, we’ve run out of room for crazy people. Sorry Ron Nutjob.

The roster of participants for ABC’s back-to-back, prime-time Republican and Democratic debates Saturday in New Hampshire will be determined after results of Thursday’s Iowa caucus become clear.

Once Ron Paul goes nowhere, he will appear nowhere. Thank the Lord. He’s a catastrophe. This nutball is clearly going nowhere but the looney bin. He may be a doctor, but he apparently needs to see a doctor, stat. A head shrinker.

Perhaps Ron Paul’s supporters make a good case for socialist health care. Mental health care. They seriously need to be locked up where they won’t do harm to themselves and others.

Ron Paul Jefferson? Or Napoleon? Either way, this unhinged slobbering moonbat needs to be locked up.

Update: Over at Balloon Juice, Mike D. sheds a bitter tear on behalf of his libertarian boy toy.  That’s understandable, since he’s a total nutjob.  Perverts of a feather flock together.

— Psycheout

Jonah Goldberg Heaps Praise on Ron Paul

November 20, 2007

Ron Paul Revolution?I must say that this was a bit of a surprise. With most sensible people speaking out against or ignoring the long shot Ron Paul campaign, Jonah comes in and puts it all in perspective. From the LA Times:

As the hopeless but energetic presidential campaign of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) builds momentum in name recognition, fundraising and cross-ideology appeal, media conservatives are beginning to attack Paul in earnest.

I don’t know about that characterization. It seems some in the media realize that they finally have to pay some marginal attention to the little fella. So now they’re reporting the truth about the man, his record, the precarious cliff he’d like to lead us off of, and how eager his lemming followers are to take that giant leap. If reporting the facts about Ron Paul is an attack, well, so be it.

Republican consultant David Hill condemns the candidate’s “increasingly leftish” positions. Syndicated columnist Mona Charen calls Paul “too cozy with kooks and conspiracy theorists.” Film critic and talk radio host Michael Medved looks over Paul’s supporters and finds “an imposing collection of neo-Nazis, white Supremacists, Holocaust deniers, 9/11 ‘truthers’ and other paranoid and discredited conspiracists.”

But other than that, Ron Paul’s super awesome! Nice job, Jonah. Now we all feel much better. But he goes farther:

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Ron Paul Spam Tastes Icky

November 1, 2007

SpamA Ron Paul candidacy is criminal enough, but it appears that spam-sending criminals, if not the Ron Paul campaign itself, really love Ron Paul. Not surprising since the online presence of Ron Paul supporters is exceedingly annoying and disruptive. Wired has the story:

If Texas congressman Ron Paul is elected president in 2008, he may be the first leader of the free world put into power with the help of a global network of hacked PCs spewing spam, according to computer-security researchers who’ve analyzed a recent flurry of e-mail supporting the long-shot Republican candidate.

It’s not really that surprising that the wackjob anarchist candidate is supported by criminal anarchists, is it?

Some participants in the online political world have long suspected Paul’s technically sophisticated fan base of manipulating online tools and polls to boost the appearance of a wide base of support. But the UAB analysis is the first to document any internet shenanigans.

This is precisely why Red State has warned new users against spamming for Ron Paul on their website and why online polls are wise to leave Ron Paul out of the list of candidates. Ron Paul zombies don’t play fair. They have no scruples whatsoever. They even deny the reality that “white power” website Stormfront is 100% behind the Truther candidate.

When lab researchers examined the IP addresses of the computers from which the messages had been sent, it turned out that they were sprinkled around the globe in countries as far away from each other as South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, Nigeria and Brazil.

This may sound odd at first, but upon reflection the reason is clear. A Ron Paul Presidency would destroy the United States. Foreigners recognize this and are doing all they can to support the long-shot candidate. It’s in their best interest. Also, spammers from the United States find lax laws in other nations attractive when flogging their spam. And while the Ron Paul campaign claims ignorance, they do not condemn the illicit activity. Plausible deniability.

Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said in an e-mail, “This is the first I’ve heard about this situation.”

“If it is true, it could be done by a well-intentioned yet misguided supporter or someone with bad intentions trying to embarrass the campaign,” he wrote while ferrying his boss to tape an appearance on The Tonight Show. “Either way, this is independent work, and we have no connection.”

With a nod and a wink, the Ron Paul campaign condones this criminal activity. Ron Paul is wrong for the Internet and wrong for America. Scruples be damned. Among his supporters are criminals, racists, conspiracy theorists, the mentally ill and anarchists. They should be shunned, as should the Ron Paul campaign.

Expect Ron Paul to continue to ignore the behavior of his supporters. It reveals a lot about his character. Just say no to Ron Paul. It’s the right thing to do for any sane person who loves the United States of America.

Update: Conspiracy Theorists for Ron Paul cry, “It’s a conspiracy!”  The Giuliani campaign bribed the Wired author!  Uh, no.  Also, holograms hit the WTC!!eleven!

— Psycheout

Stormfront Founder Enthusiastic about Ron Paul

October 26, 2007

Ron PaulThis is great news for Ron Paul. He’s really catching fire! The top tier continues to try to ignore Dr. Paul but his star is rising and the contributions keep rolling in. Stormfront founder Don Black knows a great candidate when he sees one and naturally he wanted to join the Ron Paul Revolution. This is a great endorsement and a vote of confidence for the outspoken Texas Congressman.Watch out top-tier. Ron Paul is on his way! Go, Ron, go!

Everybody’s talking about it. People are finally taking his candidacy seriously. Hot Air, Liberty Pundit, Flopping Aces, PSoTD, The Van Der Galiën Gazette , Lawhawk and JammieWearingFool are all buzzing about it, and many others are getting the news right now! How exciting!

This really goes to show that Ron Paul is the candidate for discriminating voters. Too bad we didn’t get to ask about this in yesterday’s interview.

— Psycheout

Exclusive Interview with a Ron Paul Revolutionary

October 25, 2007

Ron PaulIn light of the recent uproar around the blogosphere about Red State’s clamping down on comments and postings by enthusiastic Ron Paul supporters, I have decided to take the time to sit down with one of them and find out what’s so attractive and exciting about the “Ron Paul Revolution.” A lot of people have been critical of these self-proclaimed patriots, perhaps unfairly. While I am not a supporter of Dr. Paul myself, it seems appropriate to discover what it’s all about and allow Paul supporters to make their views heard in a neutral setting.

So let’s begin.

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