Ron Paul Demonstrates He’s The Ringmaster in a Crazy Circus of Delusion.

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History repeats itself.

I recall a presidential election some years back, where a populist-speaking Texan had bewitched the people with clever quips and a strong grassroots following built on the problems of fixing a runaway government with Quixotic notions. The people and the pundits were sure he was a shoe-in for president given the choice at the time, but he suddenly imploded in a paranoid ball of delusion and whacked-out rhetoric that showcased to the country that he was not quite ready for anything but a straight jacket.

However, the damage was already done.

Running as a third party candidate, he split the GOP vote and handed the 1992 election to an Arkansas Adulterer with less than 50% of the returns and transformed the White House into a Red Light Disctrict for Interns and Communist Chinese campaign contributions.

Now, nearly 2008 – we again have another populist-speaking Texan, bewitching the disaffected masses of both parties. But this time, the populist is beguiling the folks with an anti-war/Blame-America-First and pull-out-the-troops-worldwide/keep-to-ourselves message. That message has galvanized a grassroots circus of Bong-toking Libertarians, MoveOn.org Clintonistas, Far Out Mao Leftists, Angry Anarchists, Code Pinkos, Stormfront Neo-Nazis and a few Conservatives that are convinced Ron Paul is bigger than Jesus and the only hope to save Mankind from the evil neocons that came from outer space…or Israel. PT Barnum would blush with such a display of characters, but Ron Paul understands how to sucker the disgusted and disappointed, and accepts them all as family for liberty. Like any Ringmaster that knows the value of exploiting a bearded lady for cash donations or ticket sales, he is comfortable bunking tigers, pythons and elephants together for the Big Top.

In the center ring, Ron Paul pretends he doesn’t know anything about the neo-Nazi trapeze artists somersaulting cash to his campaign, or the efforts of the unisex unicycle surrender monkeys at moveOn.org infiltrating his meet-up groups and rallies. Ringmaster Ron insists his mob zombie throngs are devoted to his ideals of returning the country to a 17th century Constitutional ideal, when it is clear to any outside observer that it is his anti-war organ grinder that calls the mobs like a Pied Piper with music that resonates like an out-of-tune accordian with the circus faithful he has drawn to his parade.

Being surrounded by Libertarian clowns, Marxist beasts and assorted political freaks among the average voters mesmerized by the spectacle Ron Paul makes of himself, it is I suppose, no surprise that delusional paranoia sets in and is shared by his mob. They are ready to torch a network to the ground if they perceive their messiah is being short-changed in a debate or spoken against in a blog or op-ed column, and this past weekend was a great example of how whacked-out and delusional this circus actually is.

Late last week, the net lit up in a fury of rage and fireworks that would just about blind the onlooker, over the supposed exclusion of Ron Paul from a Fox News Debate scheduled for January 6th before the New Hampshire Primary. As is usual for the Mob Zombies, the signal went forth from someone at command, and like locusts they decended in wrath of God rage upon Fox News and various forums and blogs to browbeat political enemies with stilts and batons and balloons declaring “sacriledge!” along with epithets against Fox News unfit for reprint except on Adult Pay sites.

Joining the chants of death and dismemberment for daring to keep their messiah from saving the country, the Ringmaster himself had harsh words for Fox News when he exclaimed “They are scared of me and don’t want my message to get out, but it will. They are propagandists for this war and I challenge them on the notion that they are conservative.”

But what appeared to be righteous rage was in reality, a carnival barker and his delusional monkeys that went beserk because they forgot the Ringmaster put the banannas in his pockets. The display of lunacy and out of control instant rhetoric was clown troupe comedy reminiscant of the 1992 paranoid breakdown of Ross Perot as it was learned today that the debate Ron Paul never confirmed he would attend, was cancelled in total three weeks ago. (UPDATE: WND Source has since updated it’s story and now says there WILL BE a Fox News Debate in NH, and that Ron Paul has not yet been invited, though the NH GOP is negotiating with the network)

And not because Fox New is afraid of Ron Paul, contrary to the bold claims the Big Top ringmaster proclaims.

I find it instructive that the first words out of Paul’s mouth is again an instant diatribe mantra shared by the MoveOn.org Left that instantly castigates anyone not letting them have their way as a war mongering neocon. Fox News is apparently propagandists for this war and not Conservatives because they did not invite the messiah candidate and forgot to remind him he never RSVP’d.

Makes about as much sense as a mini-car filled with clowns demanding to run America’s foreign policy.

I recall seeing this circus show once before, where a populist-speaking Texan had bewitched the people with clever quips and a strong grassroots following built on the problems of fixing a runaway government with Quixotic notions. The people and the pundits are sure Ron Paul is a shoe-in for president, but methinks the sudden implosion in a paranoid fit of delusion and whacked-out rhetoric, just showcases to the country that Ron Paul not quite ready for anything but a straight jacket, or a top hat and whip.

Ron Paul excluded from debate? Not exactly
Candidate claims Fox is afraid of him, but forum canceled

WASHINGTON – Ron Paul is steamed about being excluded from a New Hampshire debate scheduled to be televised by Fox News.

“They are scared of me and don’t want my message to get out, but it will,” Paul said of Fox News Network. “They are propagandists for this war and I challenge them on the notion that they are conservative.”

The challenge got some attention on a slow Internet news day yesterday, with many websites still carrying the story. However, not all is what it appears.

There is no debate.

No one is invited.

It was canceled.

Somehow, Ron Paul missed the memo.

There is no New Hampshire GOP presidential debate scheduled for Jan. 6. The event was officially canceled three weeks ago. Ron Paul was, indeed, invited, but never committed to attending before the event was canceled because of the close proximity with the ABC event.

UPDATE STORY 1-1-08

This is apparently still in-flux and being negotiated. Fox News has no advertisement or mention of this debate on it’s web page which is curious. Regardless of whatever is actually going on with this event, it is still interesting to me that the first words out of Paul’s mouth last week was that Fox News is nothing but war propagandists and not Conservatives. I guess that’s the new Knee Jerk comeback for every single time there is an assumption he is being slighted.

Right behind the Stormfront mantras of shouting “Neocons!”.

Ron Paul not invited to Fox News forum
N.H. GOP negotiating with network to include other candidates

© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

Ron Paul
Contrary to earlier reports, the Fox News Channel is hosting a Republican presidential candidate forum in New Hampshire, and, so far, Rep. Ron Paul has not been invited.

WND previously reported the event was canceled three weeks ago, but New Hampshire Republican Party Chairman Fergus Cullen confirmed today the forum is scheduled for Jan. 6.

The New Hampshire GOP is co-sponsoring the event, to be held at St. Anselm College in Goffstown, N.H., just two days before the crucial primary.

Candidates who have received invitations are former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Arizona Sen. John McCain, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson.

Cullen said the New Hampshire Republican Party is negotiating with Fox News to have as many candidates as possible participate in the event.

“Limiting the number of candidates who are invited to participate in debates is not consistent with the tradition of the first in the nation primary,” Cullen said in a statement today. “The level playing field requires that all candidates be given an equal opportunity to participate – not just a select few determined by the media prior to any votes being cast.”

Cullen said the New Hampshire Republican Party is calling “upon all media organizations planning pre-primary debates or forums for both parties to include all recognized major candidates in their events.”

Paul said Saturday that Fox News is “scared of me.”

They “don’t want my message to get out, but it will,” he told the Boston Globe’s Primary Source blog. “They are propagandists for this war, and I challenge them on the notion that they are conservative.”

Last night, Paul spokesman Jesse Benton told the Chicago Tribune’s Jason George the campaign remains angry and in the dark.

“We have not heard anything else today,” he said. “[Fox] continues to ignore our calls.”

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42 responses to “Ron Paul Demonstrates He’s The Ringmaster in a Crazy Circus of Delusion.

  1. Fox is filled with War propagandists. That’s why all the war-mongers love it. It’s not fair and balanced. Even Fred Thompson noticed and commented on that. 9iu11ani has been all over that thing thing, but that’s about to change as he leaves the race.

    Watch Huck and 9iu11ani crash and burn, as Romney rises to the top. Huck has no money, no organization, and no chance. 9iu11ani is going to find himself counted out without any victories in the first five primaries. It’s going to come down to a Paul-Romney February 5th showdown – you heard it here first.

  2. gorak

    Ros Perot ran as an independent. If he grabbed 20% of the vote to win an uber split primary for one of the major parties he might have gone all the way. And besides if the Dems select Hillary, Paul as an independent would only hurt her, not the Republican.

  3. Mike

    Thanks for wasting 5 of my minutes being a Google link. Way to get some free publicity for your website by talking about an already dead issue. Hope that works out for you. This is probably the most asshat article I’ve read in a while. A plus B does not always equal C. Stop the ACLU? Are you crazy?

  4. Travis

    Absolutely unbelievable… Kicking off with Romans 13? Google “Romans 13” and “FEMA” Then you will see this site is a front for the neo-con agenda of total enslavement. Of course you would smear Dr Paul, He is the ONLY one taking on you lifeless, neo-con slime. Quit using the bible to promote your phony war on terror. You’ve already been exposed.

  5. Travis

    Google “Romans 13 and FEMA” See exactly what this website is about.
    Dont let them fool you.
    Please go to this link and see what Romans 13 really means in Translation.

    http://www.newswithviews.com/baldwin/baldwin389.htm

  6. Barbara

    Are you a RP supporter….you sure write a lot of articles about him. ..we just put another 5 spot in the jar for him. Everytime we find a negative slur piece like this, every one chips in another $5…then we donate to the campaign.
    Keep up the good work…do you know you have earned RP over 100 for each piece you have written…Thanks.

  7. Mike

    Why the Paul bashing? Does it make you feel patriotic?

  8. Bobby Bittman

    Wackjob website. Fall on your sword and do us a favor.

  9. truthseeker

    Run out and get your prescription filled before the pharmacy closes.

  10. Anonymous

    And they call Ron Paul a wacko….

    Do yourself a favor. Lay off the Ad-hominem attacks for a second and actually try defending your point of view. You’ll quickly find that your ideologies are very difficult to defend, but at least you’ll sound a little smarter. Plus, you might learn something.

    I regret that I wasted time reading that, and that I helped you by clicking on your link.

  11. Kayla

    Okay so your saying that Ron Paul needs a straight jacket? Yet you wrote and entire article using a circus analogy? And you actaully thought you were being quite witty. You must be a Bush supporter, because only someone that unintelligent would actually have this article published and be proud of it. RON PAUL REVOLUTION!

  12. John Adams

    Get well soon – You are sick – Bet you voted for Bush

  13. Desert Rat

    Virtually every candidate (with the exception of Ron Paul) is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR). The ultimate goal of the CFR is a one world (global) government. Ron Paul cannot be bought by the CFR or any other special interests. Just follow the money trails of ALL the OTHER candidates and that will tell anyone what they need to know on how they MUST vote or lose everything they hold dear. Meanwhile, I just kicked in another $100 to the RP campaign. Bobby Bittman (above) had the best suggestion for this site. See ya after the primaries.

  14. X-Paul Supporter

    Ron Paul’s so-called revolution dissolved into a mess of paranoia and hyperventilation this weekend. I guess it took me awhile to realize just what a bunch of kooks and zombies this whole affair really is but I’m done for good. Good bye Ron, have fun with your neo-nazi’s, white supremacist’s and all the other wacko’s you have pandered.

    I am truly concerned these Ron Paulbots are crossing over to mental madness. If you are thinking about voting for Ron just go over to dailypaul and read posts for about 10 minutes. Trust me you will reconsider your decision.

  15. coboman

    The constitution was created in the 18th century. Not 17th.
    The rest of the article is just as misinformed.

  16. invar

    And besides if the Dems select Hillary, Paul as an independent would only hurt her, not the Republican.

    So are is your mob going to push RP to run 3rd party if he does not get the nomination, CONTRARY to the promise he made NOT to run as an Independent???

    We’ve been hearing rumblings to that effect from both the Paul people and your allies at MoveOn.org and the Democrat Underground. They seem to be convinced your candidate running third party will repeat 1992 and put another Clinton in the White House.

    We are already musing what kind of spin your messiah will give to reneg on that promise.

  17. invar

    …talking about an already dead issue.

    Is that the spin angle today? Funny how your candidate saw fit to scream and moan about this over the weekend.

    If it was a “dead issue”, someone forgot to give him the memo before he went beserk and went on his usual “they’re war propagandists and not Conservatives” diatribes.

    Stop the ACLU? Are you crazy?

    For people supposedly wanting to return to the Constitution, your gross ignorance of or support of everything anethema to the Constitution is showing again.

    …you will see this site is a front for the neo-con agenda of total enslavement.

    Oh yes, we Joos of the High Order of “neocons” that seek to enslave the world to shop at Walmart have erected this site with the help of the CIA and the Mossad to keep you serfs to eeeviiil Joos and Bankers…BWAHAHAAAAAAAA!

    BTW, we sell tinfoil at Walmart if you need to add a few more layers to your hat.

    Are you a RP supporter….you sure write a lot of articles about him.

    Yes, because his foreign policy ideas are madness that will all but ensure our destruction while the mob supporting him is plain dangerous, since they like to threaten death for those who dare question their messiah.

    Why the Paul bashing? Does it make you feel patriotic?

    Actually…..YES.

    Same as the Hillary essays do.

    People espousing ideas that I consider stupid, dangerous or outright moronic, I’m going to lay blade on.

    Okay so your saying that Ron Paul needs a straight jacket? Yet you wrote and entire article using a circus analogy?

    Methought it fitting, especially after his crack-up this weekend over a cancelled debate.

    You must be a Bush supporter,

    I only support him on the war on Jihadists he is half-assed fighting. You can search the archives to read rather unpleasant observations about everything from his “new tone” to Illegal Amnesty.

    because only someone that unintelligent would actually have this article published and be proud of it.

    So anyone who supports Bush on anything is ‘unintelligent’??

    I see.

    You have a mild case of DU Bush Derrangement Syndrome.

    Virtually every candidate (with the exception of Ron Paul) is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR). The ultimate goal of the CFR is a one world (global) government.

    The tinfoil is in aisle 19 next to the paper plates and cups.

    Even if your Area 51 Conspiracy idea had merit, I’d rather endure a CFR “One world government” than the one Ahmadinejad and Bin Laden are seeking to create in the Caliphate.

    Funny how you people are so adamant that it is impossible for Sharia Law to gain a foothold here or for Jihadists to create a global empire, yet the lot of you are convinced the CFR is on the verge of enslaving the world to the Jewish Bankers.

    We need straight jackets on tap for the bunch of you.

  18. If Ron Paul doesn’t get the nomination I hope he does go independent. As a paleocon Republican I would vote for him in the hopes that Hillary would win, thereby hastening the total economic collapse that would finally make the MSM-herded American sheople realize what fools they were not to have put him in the White House in 2008 in time to prevent the coming mother of all Depressions.

  19. invar

    Well Richard, methinks the Jihadists share your sentiments.

    Hoping for pain, misery and tyranny be visisted upon your countrymen because you think they are stupid for not supporting your candidate is as low as one gets.

    But it’s what I’ve come to expect from the mob zombies.

  20. Jimi

    Another nutcake slamming Ron Paul.

    Anyone who wants a CFR/Bilderberg candidate in office has got to be a complete loony, very well paid, or both.

    So who do you plan to vote for, nutcake? I’m sure you’ve picked a real winner. A pro-war Bush clone, no doubt.

  21. “the Jihadists share your sentiments”

    Oh? I wasn’t aware that the jihadists wanted us to be able to AVERT the coming economic disaster.

    Methinks your reading comprehension level is close to zero. But it’s what I’ve come to expect from neocons like you, whose policy when approaching a precipitous waterfall is to paddle faster towards it rather than trying to change course.

  22. invar

    I wasn’t aware that the jihadists wanted us to be able to AVERT the coming economic disaster.

    Methinks the one with the reading and memory comprehension problems might be you Richard.

    To wit: “I would vote for [Ron paul] in the hopes that Hillary would win, thereby hastening the total economic collapse that would finally make the MSM-herded American sheople realize what fools they were not to have put him in the White House in 2008 in time to prevent the coming mother of all Depressions.”

    Like I said, Jihadists want nothing more than a wounded America wallowing in both economic and physical pain – the same thing you said you want to see in having Hildabeast Queen, in hoping to punish fellow countrymen for not supporting YOUR messiah.

    Pretty sick there pal.

    Also another expose in the kind of miracles you people think your messiah is going to be able to perform. Why if Ron Paul is made president, the recession and depression for our house of cards financial mess will miraculously evaporate. He will change water into wine, make our enemies love us and of course, make the trains and planes run on time. “Viva Il Duce – er..Ron Paul!!”

  23. So, who do you endorse? Just curious…

  24. ROFLMFAO! You are too damn funny. Between the entry, and the responses to the idiots who see fit to support the whackjob that is Ron Paul… you seriously… you are my hero.

    I’m actually rather disappointed with the selection of candidates we have this year.

    Between the flip-flopping (Romney), and the scary as hell (Hillary), I really don’t know where I’ll be voting. ((And if Hillary wasn’t scary as hell, perhaps the fact that she was willing to overlook her husband’s obvious indiscretions–not to mention his dishonesty, not only lying under oath–makes me balk at the idea of her running this country.))

    I take my hat off to you. Thank you for somebody FINALLY saying something.

  25. invar

    So, who do you endorse? Just curious…

    No one. I’m not impressed by any of them at the moment, and not sure I will be.

    Anyone who actually WANTS to be president I am immediately suspect of. Anyone with a career in politics I am instantly turned off by.

    Ron Paul has 18 years of professional Politics under his belt, which makes him a Washington Insider IMO.

    I’d have more respect for someone if they weren’t consumed with achieving high political office.

    Apparently the ideas of leadership espoused in Matthew 20 are lost on this generation, and as such – I’m none too impressed.

    I simply know who I oppose at this point.

    Hillary, Edwards, Obama and Paul are at the top of the list in whom I oppose.

    There is no one I actually want to vote FOR.

  26. fooser

    Nice job using the cheap ploy of finding weird looking pictures of candidates to subtly try and get your message across, I guess you aren’t confident in your words to do that job?

  27. Sean

    Ron Paul supporter or not, I find it amusing how you describe him as a candidate by describing his supporters in a derogatory manner. Clearly you are a close-minded and totalitarian-type person that only supports a government that enforces values and institutions that agree with your own beliefs.

  28. invar

    Nice job using the cheap ploy of finding weird looking pictures of candidates to subtly try and get your message across, I guess you aren’t confident in your words to do that job?

    What’s a picture worth bub?

    Actually I have always been partial to defacing celebrity pictures going back to the old 1960’s TV guides by erasing eyeballs and drawing mustaches on bouffant capped models.

    Today, in an age of digital art tools, I find the job much easier with a larger palette of effects to accomplish my point.

    Think of me as the Photoshop version of Doonesbury.

    By the by – the phop at the top did not require any retouching. Reuters and AP do a fine enough job of snapping pics at the most wonderful moments of vacuous expression, and the pic above captures the point of insanities fabulously.

  29. Yes Invar, let’s quote some scripture. How ’bout Matthew 7:16. “Ye shall know them by their fruits.”

    Let’s take a look at some of the “fruit” (comments) of the Ron Paul bashers that agree with your gibberish, which by the way I didn’t waste my time reading.

    First we have Mr. X-Paul Supporter
    December 31, 2007 at 10:40 am

    Mr. X says:

    “I guess it took me awhile to realize just what a bunch of kooks and zombies this whole affair really is but I’m done for good.”

    OK. If “Mr. X” is so stupid that it took him “awhile” to realize he inadvertently joined up with the wrong crowd, then good, get the hell out of here Mr. X. We don’t want undiscerning idiots like you that will follow the scent of whatever fart they sniff anyway. If you have to think it over, then the Ron Paul Revolution doesn’t want you. Get lost you doorknob.

    And next comes the “Gibberishmiester” himself, Invar, who quips “So are (sic) is your mob going to push RP to run 3rd party if he does not get the nomination, CONTRARY to the promise he made NOT to run as an Independent???”

    Hey moron, Ron Paul never made a “promise” that he wouldn’t run as an independent. He only said he has no intention. Duh. At any rate, if he looses the nomination, I don’t think he will run as a 3rd, but I hope he does.

    Invar then in the very next post, when unable to actually refute a Ron Paul supporter blabbers:

    “BTW, we sell tinfoil at Walmart if you need to add a few more layers to your hat.”

    So Invar works at Walmart huh? Well I hope Invar is not 35 years old or older, because if he’s still wearing a name tag at work, chances are he made a serious vocational error in his carrier choices.

    And then more gibberish from Invar. Comment after Comment. What an angry young man. (I assume Invar’s a man. What a bitch if he’s not)

    And next comes:

    madamemeow
    December 31, 2007 at 5:14 pm

    Who states:

    “ROFLMFAO! You are too damn funny. Between the entry, and the responses to the idiots who see fit to support the whackjob that is Ron Paul… you seriously… you are my hero.”

    Hey Cat Woman, who the hell is “ROFLMFOA?”

    You talk like you’re a big boobed dumb as a rock bimbo. Is that you?

    And finally, Invar agrees to do what’s right. He’s going to just sit out this coming election, which is good, because if he’s apparently so stupid he can’t understand the issues and choose the right candidate (Ron Paul) then he has no business voting.
    Thanks Invar for that gesture of civic responsibility.

    You have a Great Ron Paul Day now, ya hear?

  30. invar

    Ron Paul supporter or not, I find it amusing how you describe him as a candidate by describing his supporters in a derogatory manner.

    Ever here of the phrase “You are known by the company you keep”??

    Ron Paul is defined not only by what he says and does, but by the people he draws to his campaign like flies. From my experience with many of his supporters, they are not company any true conservative or Constitutionalist would want to keep, the death threats notwithstanding.

    I would not be devoting so much time in the effort to defeat your candidate had your fellow supporters not pissed me off with threats to my person and family.

    So it’s war as far as I’m concerned, and I view your bunch as more dangerous than Hillary’s hordes.

    They have not threatened me or tried to shut my blog down because I dared criticize their candidate.

    You people have.

    Clearly you are a close-minded and totalitarian-type person that only supports a government that enforces values and institutions that agree with your own beliefs.

    You got all of that because I do not support your messiah??

    Who exactly is the totalitarian here? I’m not going on your blogs and forums demanding YOU be silenced, or killed, or declared an evil.

    But it’s interesting that YOU PEOPLE, who falsely claim you want to return to the Constitution are the first people to engage and encourage the silencing of political speech you do not like.

    A bunch of you are nothing but an unruly mob – and posts like these continue to prove my concerns not only valid, but of dire warning to consider.

    You people are not really interested in the Constitution. You want a king to deliver you from the evil “neocons” and punish the Jews that you hate so much.

    I want nothing to do with your mob, and am shouting the warnings about what you people really stand for – and it’s not what you claim it is at all.

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  32. invar

    Yes Invar, let’s quote some scripture. How ’bout Matthew 7:16. “Ye shall know them by their fruits.”

    Yes, let’s do that now, shall we?

    Let’s look at just ONE of your messiah’s fruits over 18 years as a professional politician shall we?

    He says we need to stop “meddling” and having ‘entangling alliances’ or ‘freindships that harm us’.

    Yet of the very FEW bills he actually sponsored – he decided to recognize and stroke the scrotum of our South-of-the-border freinds that are sending their poor populace to our country for free handouts and a helping hand.

    SPONSORED

    107th
    H.CON.RES.206 : Recognizing the important relationship between the United States and Mexico.
    Sponsor: Rep Paul, Ron [TX-14] (introduced 7/31/2001) Cosponsors (8)
    Committees: House International Relations
    H. CON. RES. 206

    Recognizing the important relationship between the United States and Mexico.

    I guess Ron forgot to get the memo about how PISSED OFF real Conservatives are about Illegals.

    I guess Ron Paul is just another Bush puppet yes??

    In fact, I’ll do another blog entry in your honor addressing the topic of “fruits” in deeper detail.

    OK. If “Mr. X” is so stupid that it took him “awhile” to realize he inadvertently joined up with the wrong crowd, then good, get the hell out of here Mr. X.

    Deceitful people have a way of beguiling, and making themselves appear what they are not.

    You Ron Paul Mob Zombies being the case-in-point.

    Get lost you doorknob.

    Given the kinds of threats you people level at Americans who do not agree with your ideas or your messiah candidate, I can only imagine how you treat your own zombies who do not creep in lock step with you Brownshirts.

    Hey moron, Ron Paul never made a “promise” that he wouldn’t run as an independent. He only said he has no intention. Duh.

    BWAHAHAHAAAAA!

    Thanks for making my oft-quoted point that both your messiah and you Mob Zombies are as professional career politicians and masters of spin as any Kennedy or Clinton.

    So much for integrity, and I fully anticipate you Mob Zombies to push your messiah to run third party or for the Papacy when he does not get the GOP nomination.

    Invar then in the very next post, when unable to actually refute a Ron Paul supporter blabbers:

    “BTW, we sell tinfoil at Walmart if you need to add a few more layers to your hat.”

    Just trying to be helpful and spur growth in the Capitalist system.

    So Invar works at Walmart huh?

    Not really, but the amount of cash they get from my wallet should make me an honorary guest at minimum.

    Well I hope Invar is not 35 years old or older, because if he’s still wearing a name tag at work, chances are he made a serious vocational error in his carrier choices.

    Self employment since the days of Reagan has been most rewarding.

    What an angry young man.

    More pissed off then just angry, but then – you can thank your Revolutionistas with the death threats for that.

    And finally, Invar agrees to do what’s right. He’s going to just sit out this coming election

    Like the rest of the Mob Zombies, you have a huge reading comprehension problem.

    I don’t recall saying anything about sitting out this election. I know for certain I will be doing my part in campaigning and voting AGAINST your messiah in this primary.

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  34. “Ringmaster Ron insists his mob zombie throngs are devoted to his ideals of returning the country to a 17th century Constitutional ideal,”

    You do realize that the U.S. Constitution was written and ratified in the 18th century, right?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seventeenth_century

  35. AzGundude

    I would give the above article more weight and pay attention more to what you have to say if it weren’t for the fact that I see you spend more time attacking what/who you don’t believe in than advocating and pontificating on what/who you DO believe in. Thusly, it is easy to see you are less concerned with getting a worthy candidate in than you are with keeping a man you disagree with out. That kind of focus is exactly what has ruined our country. And yet you stand as though you have something worth listening to?

    I liked RP’s stance on gun control, but was disturbed by some of his other positions. I wasn’t going to vote for him. But the more I see him treated in this way by the likes of you, the more I realize that the ways in which he is SO unlike the rest of you wreckers of the Republican Party, the more I am reconsidering. I certainly can’t support any of the other Republican candidates!

    Thank you for reinforcing my decision to give Paul a chance.

  36. invar

    I would give the above article more weight and pay attention more to what you have to say if it weren’t for the fact that I see you spend more time attacking what/who you don’t believe in than advocating and pontificating on what/who you DO believe in.

    There are thousands upon thousands of sites devoting to pimping this candidate, this agenda, or that ideology on the net.

    There have been few willing to stand in the gap and simply cut down the crap being flung at us as candy day in and day out.

    If you want to jump on any kind of bandwagon – just point and click – there’s a zillion places out there going with the flow and pushing every wind of doctrine and fad from Anarchism to Witchcraft as better than what we’ve had as a nation.

    My mission and my purpose is to cut down the crap. Eviscerate the bogus platitudes of truth and disembowel the ideologies harmful or anethema to liberty and common sense.

    What I DO believe in is quite well represented within the stands I make against whatever irks my ire.

    No presidential candidate yet has given me a reason to vote FOR them, only the opposite – and so that is where I focus my attention.

    Ron Paul gets additional attention from me because he pretends he’s a Republican when he is not. He thinks he can redefine what it means to be Conservative, he can bash this country as the cause of all the world’s problems and expect GOP support because he pays lip service to the Constitution while his hordes who supposedly stand for the Constitution go and make threats both direct and subtle to stifle the free political speech of anyone who disagrees with them.

    And yet you stand as though you have something worth listening to?

    Don’t read what I write then. I don’t care if I’m liked or not, I post my opinions period. I’m not trying to gain a following, win friends or start a meet-up group or club. I’m simply exercising my right of speech, as a witness, and give both a warning and inspire others to pick up the torch and DO SOMETHING about recapturing our heritage.

    Which for me, begins with putting a stop to the encroachments upon that heritage and speaking to the threats that will harm it.

    It’s interesting you are bothered by pundits and criticism of your candidate, but not bothered by fellow supporters that think it is cool to issue threats and attempt to stifle the free speech and opinions of others – which for me, simply reinforces my opposition to your messiah.

  37. Ken

    Ron Paul epitomizes the grass roots movements that have made America great. To exclude him from a debate, when he has such a tremendous contituency and raised so much more money is an affront to democracy.

    I find it instructive that the only objections the Paul haters can dredge up is to hurl insults (crazy, circus freaks, tin foil hat wearers, etc.) at Paul supporters. I think the insanity is well and truely on the other side, not to mention the venomous hatred.

    I know you want to continue the status quo. A vote for any socialist of EITHER party will do. Those of us who want our country and our constituion back have only one choice: Ron Paul.

    Ken
    http://www.LaserGuidedLoogie.com

  38. Is Fox fair and balanced? Take the poll…

    http://surveyg2.pollingpoint.com/v3r7RgTsGXrhg8

    I think Dr. Paul should be included in all debates PERIOD…

    Dr. Ron Paul in 2008

  39. I was going to give you the benefit of the doubt, Mr. Invar, and assume that the reason my comment has been awaiting “moderation” for nearly two days now is because you were on vacation or for some other legitimate excuse, and not because the points I raised manage to dull that “two-edged sword” you arrogantly fancy yourself wielding. However I see that other, more recent comments are being allowed, which gives credence to fooser’s observation that perhaps your stupid little cartoons are meant to compensate for a lack of confidence in your ability to used words instead of pictures to get your message across.

  40. invar

    As is always with you moonbats and Mob Zombies – you’re off the mark and jumping to your own delusional assumptions again.

    Be satisfied your comments appear here at all.

    I don’t go running to your blogs and forums and make the kinds of demands and threats that you people do.

    It’s interesting to note that you zombies are consumed with stifling anyone that disagrees with or takes issue with your messiah.

    You’re Brownshirts for a man you would crown king if you had your way. You get no free reign to intimidate, threaten or have your way here.

    You are free to do it elsewhere, which you have plenty of fora for already.

  41. I kind of like the Hillary pictures. They were like picking up and reading a copy of Mad magazine.

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