Daily Archives: October 12, 2011
New poll: Romney 23% Cain 19% Paul 13% Perry 10% (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Ron gets less time than any other candidate, and far less than beloved-of-the-establishment Jon Huntsman, for example. Thanks to Paul Likoudis for this chart of the grisly fiigures. Last night, as the regimist Charley Rose kept ignoring him, I wished … Continue reading
See the good-looking new vinyl 4"x4" Anarcho-Capitalism sticker from LRC, perfect for your car, computer case, dorm room, demo, almost anywhere. And it's just $2.
The 9-9-9 plan is even more sinister than I thought; it's connected to the Koch cabal.
Here a Ron-hating AmSpecker, aching to have other people kill masses of Iranians for his favorite governments, claims that the latest terrorism hoax shows that Ron is wrong to work for peace. Ha! In fact, of course, more and more … Continue reading
Fedster and left-Keynesian Larry Lindsey, speaking at a Fedster and right-Keynesian DC thinktank, predicts a gold standard within 10 years. He means a phony gold standard of the supply-side sort, which sprinkles a little gold dust in Bernanke's beard while … Continue reading
Perry's become an afterthought, says Salon. It is amazing how stupid he seems. There is only one thing I like about Gardasil Rick: he doesn't keep chanting "9-9-9."
Writes Travis Holte: "Obviously this is an RP rule. The establishment wants its potential murdering thieves-in-chief to be cheered, and no one else. "BTW, Ron got about five minutes out of two hours."
Writes Rick Fisk: "Ron Paul's question in the debate was an exemplary proof of his character.. The question he asked was about Cain's libel and slander of Paul's supporters who have on several different occasions for dared to confront him … Continue reading
The most biased, boring, irrelevant "debate" was last night's Bloomberg-WaPo financial forum at Darthmouth. The real financial issues were avoided, in plotocrat-obiedient fashion. Ron was treated as even more of a potted plant than usual, through he was the only … Continue reading