Monday, June 18, 2007

Ron Paul Is A worthless Judas-Goat

The most recent "Internet Phenom" is this gay-ass, Ron Paul Movement. Fat, pale, sweaty men from all corners of the internet are standing behind this incorruptible defender of the constitution who believes in Peace, Prosperity, and No gun control Laws. Ron Paul may be a very ethical man, who has voted dilligently to protect the constitution of the United States, and yes, he's got a very proud record, a good heart etc. etc. But let's not forget that Ron Paul continues to caucus with the same party that has brought the most devastating affronts to our consitution in history. In a year where there is an opportunity to send a message about change and the direction we are heading, those that have grown disenchanted with the Republicans, but daren't support a Black man or a Woman, are hiding behind Ron Paul as a way of avoiding the true question of this election.

Will you ally yourself with the same? The same corruption, the same incompetence, cronyism, the same batch of welathy ill-speaking backwards white males of the last century? Support of Ron Paul, is an offensive and amoral but simple chice for the weak willed. I Applaud Ron Paul for standing up to the majority of Republicans and speaking the truth. But those who seek to elevate his symbolic candidacy would do well to ally with their gut come November of 2008.

In the meantime, Vote Ron Ron Paul in all the Caucuses and Primaries, and Insure that he remains a voice of opposition, though he has cast his lot with the devil. And a Reminder from a conservatice website as to this man's Alleigances:

Ron Paul is pro-life. As a specialist in obstetrics/gynecology, he has delivered more than 4,000 babies. Dr. Paul is not just an opponent of partial-birth abortion; he is an opponent of abortion itself. He is also opposed to federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.

Ron Paul is a believer in family values. Unlike many Christian "leaders" and Republican politicians who have admitted to adulterous affairs and/or been married multiple times, Dr. Paul has been married to the same woman for fifty years. He and his wife have been blessed with five children and seventeen grandchildren.

Ron Paul is opposed to same-sex marriage. Although he doesn’t want to strip homosexuals of their civil rights, he has voted to prohibit federal funding for the joint adoption of a child between individuals who are not related by blood or marriage.

Ron Paul is a patriot. He served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force from 1963 to 1967. He opposes federal court jurisdiction over the question of whether the phrase "under God" should be included in the pledge of allegiance.

Ron Paul is opposed to unrestricted immigration. Because he believes that true citizenship requires cultural connections and an allegiance to the United States, he favors an end to birthright citizenship. And because he believes that it insults legal immigrants, he does not favor amnesty for illegal immigrants in any form. He opposes welfare state subsidies for illegal immigrants that alienate taxpayers and breed suspicion of immigrants. Dr. Paul also believes that all federal government business should be conducted in English.


Fluffy said...

Don't worry.

I don't know a single Paul supporter who would vote for a Bush clone in the general election. If anything, they hate Bush more than you do.

And "Bush clone" takes care of Giuliani, Thompson, and Romney. In other words, all the likely non-Paul nominees.

Anonymous said...


"But let's not forget that Ron Paul continues to caucus with the same party that has brought the most devastating affronts to our consitution in history."

Well, he's trying to almost singlehandedly change the Republican Party from within -- change it into something you'd find *a lot* more acceptable than the Bush-Cheney-Kristol-etc. neocon garbage we've got now.

And for that you excoriate Ron Paul? C'mon, join us pale, sweaty fat computer addicts (how did you know all this about me? It's dead-on!) in the Ron Paul rEVOLution!

Signed, Fatty McLibertarian

Bret Moore said...

He's given his reasons on national TV (Colbert report or Daily show, I forget which): 3rd party candidates have to spend all their time just getting on the ballots, and you are excluded from all the debates, etc. There's nothing traitorous about that. There's obviously nothing pro-bush about him.

Tsoldrin said...

The most Bush-Like candidate in the race currently is... HILLARY.

So much for judging a book by it's party.

Anonymous said...

Alf - You truly are an idiot. You really should research a bit more before you post stupid shit like this.

I have always respected your intelligent posts, even though I usually don't agree with you. Normally, you know what the fuck you're talking about. Not this time.

Get a clue.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul is a joke. He's a democrat without the balls to call himself one! As is Nader, so is Ron Paul - two sides of the same lame coin. They are not independent voices of reason, they are fringe ballot-stealers who tilt elections to either one extreme direction or the other. He is weak on initiative, guts, recognition and substance. He is a Republican, playing as a border-line democrat. Anyhow, giving this guy more than one extra comment is giving him way too much attention. Let him fundraise a little more if he's serious about the biggest race of his life. Otherwise, playing it up like Piglet to Guilliani's Pooh on the debates doesn't cut it.

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