Ron Paul Supporters Join Moveon.org Anti-war Rallies

This is just another bit of evidence in a long volume of reasons to support my strong contention that Ron Paul IS NOT a guy I want ANYWHERE NEAR the Oval Office.

If you are known by the company you keep, then Ron Paul will be known as an anti-war NeoLeft/hate America/Jews are evil Conspiracist.

Ron Paul Supporters Urged to Attend MoveOn.org anti-America rally

As a member of moveon.org, I received today an invitation to create an anti-war rally on August 28th. They will be doing rallies all across the nation on that day. We should invade this event. During the rally, bring anti-war stickers, signs, and flags — and also Ron Paul signs. Introduce moveon members to Ron Paul, the REAL anti-war candidate!

This simply confirms what I’ve been seeing for weeks while perusing the cesspool of Stalinist web threads like the Daily Kos, the Democrat Underground, it is no surprise to read that many of these moveon.org Leftists are supporting Ron Paul for the sole purpose of creating a ‘spoiler’ for the GOP on the level of Ross Perot.

They think that if they create enough support for RP, that if he does not get the nomination – he will bolt from the GOP and run for prez as a Libertarian (which he is, and has been) – thus ensuring a Hillary win.

Many Democrat policy-wonks are driving the push for a Ron Paul spoiler for the GOP due his stance on the Iraq war – and nothing else. Even the recent ABC C-Span debate had former Clinton Strategist George Stephanopolous asking Ron Paul questions pertaining to the war and nothing regarding domestic issues.

What is also interesting, is that on many of the boards I read – there is little difference in the rhetoric and verbage of the anti-war Left and that of Ron Paul, and his supporters, who have openly admitted that the prime reason they like him, is because of his ‘Get out of Iraq and A’stan Now!’ stance.

I think I heard Ron Paul use the term ‘neocon’ more often in the debate a few weeks ago than Michael Moore did in the junket for his “Sicko” movie.

Ron Paul appeals to the masses of those who are disaffected by D.C. and government in general – this includes Social Conservatives, Socialists and Anarchists who each have their own reasons for disliking the government. His broader appeal is to those who hate big corporations, Capitalism and the zany conspiracist zeitgeists of those who think American corporations are evil or trying to create a one world government that they control – hence ‘neocons’. On that level, Paul has garnered the ears and tongues of the rabid Socialsists, Marxists and other kook nutjobs that now dominate the internet blogosphere.

There is not one conspiracy nutcase I’ve encountered that isn’t supporting either the Demcorats/Socialists or Ron Paul. The fact there is no coverage whatsoever of his domestic positions in regards to big government is galvanizing even ardent big government Communists to support him.

The truth is, this is not Ron Paul’s first attempt to get elected to the presidency. He desires power as much as any other politician – and he also knows that none of his policies have any chance of clearing the Congress, to which he will be treated as a hostile by both parties. He will have to govern as a dictator by E.O. Notwithstanding his completely ignorant and juvenile take and stance on global Jihadists and how Isolationism and Appeasement is the answer to any threat.

While Mr. Paul’s domestic positions and the Constitution are admirable and supportable – his position on this assymetric religious enemy at war with us and the world is what condemns his campaign in the eyes of Conservatives, and endears him to the Stalinist Left – who would fight him tooth and nail were he to implement any of his domestic ideas.

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14 responses to “Ron Paul Supporters Join Moveon.org Anti-war Rallies

  1. politics makes strange bedfellows, and Ron Paul is proving to be one of the strangest.

  2. cj harder

    I’m sorry. But once your argument devolved to a Stalinist comparisson the rest of the text on my screen merged into the words “Blah, blah and I think, blah! Could you please respectfully rephrase this point of view as I’m interested in the general thread of anyone who can hold thier hand to thier heart and say honestly how they didn’t personally profit during the years that journalists at the tribune now call ‘the new underworld order’

  3. Ben Rush

    As Ron Paul said, “There is only one thing — the Constitution and freedom — that brings people together. It’s not divisive.”

  4. invar

    As Ron Paul said, “There is only one thing — the Constitution and freedom — that brings people together. It’s not divisive.”

    Proving again that Ron Paul does not understand what truly unites people and brings them together.

    Our nation came together long before we were a ‘free people’ and long before we had a Constitution. What united them was a common moral and religious foundation. People that sow division and discord in this country today do so by USING freedom and the Constitution (and it’s attempted rewrite by judicial fiat) to divide people.

    Ron Paul again does not understand the truth. He’s hung up on the misapplication of theory and principle of a 17th century mindset in the modern world.

    ..once your argument devolved to a Stalinist comparisson….

    I respectfully ask that you read a little closer. I was not comparing Ron Paul to a Stalinist, nor was I arguing that his policies were Stalinist. I said I was perusing Stalinist Web sites of the Left and some of THOSE ideologues are supporting Ron Paul.

  5. Gigaplex

    Ron Paul has made this an incredibly interesting election season. I share your frustration with him not getting asked about domestic stuff. The neocons have been horrible about spending and they need someone like Ron to smack some sense into them. Plus I have seen democrats come into the campaign and get turned into free market people! I have seriously seen this happen. Ron Paul fills that role if nothing else.

    If he wasn’t anti-war, it would be difficult for him to convert these liberals to free market people. He does do a pretty good job though when he talks about it. He likes to point out how we don’t really have capitalism but instead have corporatism/socialism and so liberals don’t get scared away like they do when other republicans speak. Let’s face it, the man has a gift.

    Here’s the interesting part. He’s in about the best position he could be in right now. 70% of the public is against the war (and that number grows by the day) so it should be pretty obvious that a pro-war republican can’t win in the general election. That is why the republicans lost the last election.

    Ron Paul is the only republican that has a chance at winning the general election and that could turn the whole base over to him if he plays it right. We are on the brink of a Ron Paul revolution!

  6. invar

    The neocons have been horrible about spending and they need someone like Ron to smack some sense into them.

    Which is why the best place for him to serve the interests of the Republic is in the Congress, NOT in the White House.

    There’s not enough Constitutionalists in the Congress to toss a brick wall up to the march of
    tyrannical socialism we are on. Keep Ron Paul where he does the most good – in Congress.

    Let’s face it, the man has a gift.

    No, the only “gift” he has had thusfar with the Left is to use the same talking points and buzz words they do. The moment Ron Paul suggests a rollback of government welfare spending to be in line with what the framers intended – the NeoLeft would go beserk as assuredly as they are over slamming Pelosi for not going far enough to yank us out of the war Jihadists are waging on us.

    …it should be pretty obvious that a pro-war republican can’t win in the general election. That is why the republicans lost the last election.

    Wrong. The GOP lost because the Conservative Base stayed home due the anger we had over their stupid drunken sailor spending programs and push for Amnesty of Illegals.

    If anti-war sentiment was the “reason” the NeoLeftists won – why is Pelosi and Reid’s Congressional approval numbers in the low teens? The lowest rating EVER given to Congress?

    Ron Paul is the only republican that has a chance at winning the general election and that could turn the whole base over to him if he plays it right. We are on the brink of a Ron Paul revolution!

    And the Jihadists from Nasarella, Zawahiri, Ahmadinejad and Assad and their allies Chavez, Jong Il and Putin are all giddy and hopeful of a Ron Paul Presidency.

    Victory will then soon be theirs.

  7. Talk about strange bedfellows indeed! I don’t see anything in common among these people and Ron Paul other than dislike for the war.
    Spoiler strategy? Perhaps.

  8. Gigaplex

    Spending, really? I was thinking that the war was the main issue for the election. I mean, that’s all anyone talks about. Plus, it’s because of the war that we have this spending – the war is the biggest expense.

  9. invar

    That’s what the moveon.org/NeoLeft want you to think.

    That’s what the Democrats like Pelosi, Reid and Durbin WANT you to think – which is why they keep repeating it.

    Funny – that their approval numbers are at the lowest level EVER for Congress, when all they have been shouting about is the need to retreat and run home.

    Also – we spend over 455 BILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR in Welfare and Government Programs for the poor and “disenfranchised”, not including the pork projects like bridges and spinach farms that politicians get named after them.

    In comparison, we’ve spent THAT much OVER FOUR YEARS in both Iraq and A’stan combined.

    In short ONE YEAR of government welfare sucked from our wallets will pay for FOUR YEARS of war on Jihadists who want to pull another 9-11 or worse.

    Money well spent if you ask me.

  10. Alex

    By your logic, Romney should be out due to the bathroom behavior of his close aids.

    The rally is a peace rally. Ron Paul wants peace. You’re reading way too much into this.

  11. invar

    The rally is a peace rally. Ron Paul wants peace.

    So did Neville Chamberlain.

  12. Johnnyb

    With 70% of the American population against the war would it not be foolish for a politician to not try and reach out to these people? Its impossible for a pro-war Republican to win unless Bush can somehow magically win this war inside of a year, and get all of our troops out of there, then magically patch up our relationship with Iran. Unless God directly interviens, this is not going to happen.

    So really its not a choice between Ron Paul and any other Republican, its really a choice between Ron Paul and Hillary Clinton who will spend your money to kill babies. Not much of a choice is it?

  13. invar

    If the choice is between Ron Paul and Hildabeast Clinton, Her Thighness wins hands down in a landslide.

    No Democrat, liberal or Leftist (many of whom now support Ron Paul like moveon.org members) is going to vote for Ron Paul in the general election. They like his anti-war stance only – and having two candidates who oppose the war brings the domestic agenda to the forefront of the debate – and THAT is where Hillary cleans his clock.

    Hillary will eat him alive on his strict Constitutionalism and frighten the Welfare State to death in thinking Ron Paul will make their benefits all go away overnight.

    In fact, making the choice between RP and Her Thighness is EXACTLY what the strategy is according to some of the moonbats I’m reading.

    Not much of a choice?

    What would it matter?

    Both of them hand Jihadists the victory – and the Caliphate a green light to go.

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