Daily Archives: August 15, 2011
Darn right. The Beltway conservative cabal--based on militarism, banksterism, and the mega-state--has been put in the shade by Ron Paul. For good.
Texas has had a long history of anti-debt, anti-banker sentiment. But the Rickster, I am told, has changed all that, issuing almost $15 billion in road bonds, and getting a line of credit for another $20 billion. There is vast … Continue reading
Politicians do despicable things as a matter of course, but running mock-religious campaigns, as Perry and Bachmann do, pretending to be religious figures themselves and claiming that the hand of God is on their shoulders when they're actually genocidal maniacs, … Continue reading
Writes Jim Brownfield: Other than the obligatory "unelectable" comment, and the distortion of his immigration position (through a link), this is otherwise a decent comment about Ron's position on Iran. BTW, when Derbyshire says, "I agree with the common consensus that … Continue reading
By regime media, says Roger Simon. But look for this to backfire. No one trusts the MSM as it is; this latest crime will convict the press. They've taken on the wrong guy. (Thanks to Joe Sansone)
How dare Ron Paul be a compassionate man of peace? How dare he sstate inconvenient historical truths rather than war propaganda? How dare he put Americans and foreign war victims first, rather than the demands of foreign pols?
Writes Anne Hill: From my bunker in a Zurich airport hotel, I had to accept that being 6 hours ahead time-wise of the US East Coast meant I wouldn’t know the Ames Straw Poll results until sometime my Sunday morning. … Continue reading
To benefit Merck, at the expense of 6th-grade girls in Texas government schools.
If so, she'll be gone even faster than I thought. (Of course, Politico--a liberal-regimist site--is pumping for Perry, who then can be put away by Obama.)
Adds Mark Carroll: Note the unflattering picture they use on HuffPo.
Writes Bob Aldrich: Neil Cavuto has some nice things to say about Ron Paul on Imus this morning The relevant segment begins at 3:40 in this video.
Writes Dave McClain: Here's a fairly decent stab at answering that question from Tim Carney in the Washington Examiner. But the truth of it is provided by another, simultaneous commentary, this one also appearing in the Examiner but penned by … Continue reading
He then went on to win the Iowa caucuses. Could Ron do the same? Of course.
Not one member of the national media requested an interview with Ron Paul. They'd all gotten the memo.
Paul Mulshine on the press, whom he charitably refers to as a "buncha knuckleheads."