Monthly Archives: June 2011
Tom Petty wants Bachman to stop using his songs in her theocon crusade
Writes Brent Budowsky of coming debate fireworks: The latest new Tim Pawlenty is the born-again neoconservative moving to the far right on warmaking issues, destined to clash with Ron Paul in the presidential debates. Actually, Pawlenty is not a born-again neocon. This is his … Continue reading
Ungrounded ideologically, or the typical conservative militarists, Tea Party leaders gather in DC (where else?) to learn how to oppose DC in safe and approved ways, and to cheer such pyscho-warmongers as Allen West.
Writes Mary Stegmeir: Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul on Monday called on his supporters to use their passion to help him win big at the Ames straw poll in August. Small groups of highly motivated people have long influenced society … Continue reading
No wonder the Republican establishment loves Rick Perry. He participated in the Koch Bros. latest secret confab of plutocrats and their wholly owned intellectuals and politicians. It's a reminder, as well, that the Kochs hate Ron Paul, and might be … Continue reading
Chris Cillizza gives us the establishment view. Here's what he says about Ron: Ron Paul: Of all the candidates not named Romney, the Texas congressman has the most proven record of raising a lot of cash for a presidential race. … Continue reading
The results in the new Dick Morris poll: Romney 23 Paul 12 Bachmann 12 Gingrich 5 Cain 5 Perry 5 Pawlenty 3 Santorum 2 Huntsman 1 (Thanks to Joe Sansone)
Michele Bachmann is one scary theocon, but the MSM still insult her. When scary neocon Chris Wallace apologized for his attack-inteview, Bachmann brushed it off. Media hostility only helps her, of course.
The officials who get off on caging the innocent, and grow rich from bribes, oppose the Ron Paul-Barney Frank bill to end pot prohibition.
According to the new DeMoines Register poll of likely caucus goers: Romney 23% Bachmann 22% Cain 10% Paul 7% Gingrich 7% Pawlenty 6% Santorum, 4%. NB: when I saw this poll mentioned on CNN, Ron was ignored. UPDATE: Fox ignored … Continue reading
Politico hugs Romney over his fundraising from Wall Street and co-religionists. While discussing and dissing other Repub candidates on their fundraising, the regimist site fails even to mention Ron Paul.
The federalization, promotion, and subsidization of abortion has not been a happy development for civilization, says Ron Paul. UPDATE I should add that Ron is the only fully pro-life candidate: anti-war, anti-abortion, anti-euthanasia, anti-capital punishment.