Daily Archives: September 13, 2011
When the assembled creeps loudly booed Ron Paul for daring to mention the latest regime "gooks," the Palestinians, he was entirely unfazed. Instead of being discombobulated, or even taken aback, he kept making his reasoned argument, never raising his voice, … Continue reading
"Our boy," as George I called Rush Limbaugh, wants Ron Paul to join the Democratic party. (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
After the creepy neocon pretended otherwise, in his final FOX days, for ratings reasons. Here, if you can stand him, is the Beckster. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
No rational person can disagree with Ron Paul, says Paul Mulshine. (Thanks to Joe Sansone)
and predicted blowback. (Thanks to Paul Farris)
My old friend David Franke, one of the founding fathers of the conservative movement, is always fascinating. I appreciate his observations, even when I disagree with them, as below, on Ron. However, I do agree with what I might call … Continue reading
In today's word from DC, David Catron of the American Spectator tries to call Ron Paul, of all people, a hypocrite. Why? Because the one true free trader in American politics is pro-free trade. It's true that all the conservative and "libertarian" … Continue reading
He's still the same libertarian truth-teller. Well, imagine that.
Sarah joins in. Michele turns up the Gardasil volume. As Brent Budovsky predicted, this may be end end for little Ricky. BTW, if he can't be bought for $5K, what is his price?
Writes Biff Orpington: "I was at the CNN viewing party in Cincinnati for the debate tonight and I wanted to pass on a few things to you. First of all, Ron won the pre-debate straw poll with 51 votes, Perry … Continue reading
My favorite comment in this thread: "These people are happy to give up their own freedoms to fight a bogeyman who supposedly hates those freedoms. Stupidity doesn't even begin to explain this s___." NB: strong language.
How great to see the bombastic Rickster brought down last night by the argument first made by Ron Paul, that forced injections of a dangerous Merck vaccine for all 6th-grade public schoolgirls in Texas, in return for vast payoffs, is … Continue reading