Daily Archives: August 7, 2011
Of course not! Rodney was funny. (Thanks to Alex Taghavian).
Rasmussen Reports: Bachmann – 22% Romney – 21% Paul – 16% Perry – 12% Pawlenty – 11% (thanks to Joe Sansone)
Never forget, says a friend, that the monster Rick Perry, in cahoots with Merck, tried to force a very dangerous STD vaccine on all 6th grade public schoolgirls in Texas, at a cost to the taxpayers of $360 each. Many … Continue reading
Left-liberal Ed Kilgore is right about Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, and the rest of the conservative crew. But he fails to address the one authentic states-rights man in American politics: libertarian constitutionalist Ron Paul, beyond a bare mention linking him … Continue reading
$1 million political donor is executive of Romney's company.
From John Tate, campaign manager: Review the following list of Ron Paul coalitions and find the right one for your friends in Iowa. Send them a short note with a link to the appropriate coalition and encourage them to contact Ron … Continue reading
From a press release: Congressman Ron Paul will be making multiple stops in Iowa beginning August 9th and leading up to the Ames Straw Poll on August 13th. Congressman Paul will be joined by his son, Senator Rand Paul, for … Continue reading
30,000 Muslim-hating, troop-worshippers gather in Houston for chickenhawk neocon Rick Perry. Perry is close to the anti-Christian Koch Bros., and joining him was the Koch governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback, another Christianist. But perhaps the Kochs, no dopes, do not … Continue reading
John Hagee, who sees a foreign government as God walking on earth, compares Lincoln - who used Christian-sounding rhetoric to promote centralism, war, inflationism, and the police state - to Rick Perry.
Tom Woods on how to market the greatest congressman in history.
And, claims the WaPocon, it won't matter if Ron comes in 1 or 2 in the Iowa straw poll. It only matters if another establishment chickenhawk is the victor. And catch the supercilious tone towards those in flyover country. (Thanks … Continue reading