Monthly Archives: November 2011
Independents and cross-overs, says the Christian Science Monitor.
That is the advice of Huntsmanian Brent Budowsky.
Against him, for his vicious bias against Ron Paul. (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
Ron Paul is on track to win Iowa, and much more. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Bernie Quigley is right about this: Ron Paul brings a cleansing fire to the corrupt culture of DC. Of course, Martin Luther was a warmonger and an advocate of nationalistic tyranny--hardly a proto-Paul. Still, many great men have come out … Continue reading
It's his foreign policy, writes David Sirota in Salon. Young people are sick of the militarism, the jingoism, and the empire. And the police state, too.(Thanks to Ralph Raico)
Says he likes totalitarian warmongers and police statists Gingrich and Romney on taxes (war and tyranny being so cheap), and therefore he could support the mega-government duo. (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
About the murderous NATO. (Thanks to Johnny Strike)
Says Gary: "I feel abandoned by the Republican Party."
Warmongering psychiatrist Charles Krauthammer claims Ron is living in the 1920s, since he opposes perpetual mass murder and property destruction for the benefit of various pressure groups.
Ron Paul is the "mainstream" candidate, not the warmongers, says Conor Friedersdorf in The Atlantic. (Thanks to Zee Zee)
If Mike runs for president, a Rep and Dem, too, and Ron Paul ends up being an independent candidate, he could easily win, says Bob Wenzel.
Two LP insiders confirm that the former NM governor wants to run for president on the Libertarian Party ticket, and is actively seeking the nod. Were he to get it, Gary would be the least libertarian Libertarian candidate ever. "For … Continue reading
So says pretend-peacenik Peter Beinart. A typical blackouter, he discusses all the warmongers at the recent debate without once mentioning the only peace candidate, Ron Paul.