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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Saturdays Divertere: "2012 Sabotage?"

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sat Dec 31, 2011 at 12:36:53 PM EST
    Tags: presidents, senators, primaries, elections, leaders and leadership (all tags)

    Hmmm, Bill must've not forgotten about Ron Paul endorsing Cynthia McCommie and Ralph Nader in 2008.  Yup.  The loony old kook yammered at length to his Paulestinian-bots for a divided Republican gifted Obama win then, and I have no reason to suspect otherwise that Ron won't do it again in 2012.

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    Happy New Year, all! (none / 0) (#1)
    by maidintheus on Sat Dec 31, 2011 at 04:51:36 PM EST
    Thanks for the clip and links, CS. These are great reminders for who Ron Paul really is, a squirrelly lil' pinko.

    This is why I liked Herman Cain. (none / 0) (#2)
    by KG One on Mon Jan 02, 2012 at 09:15:37 AM EST
    HANNITY: Does suspend mean end?

    It means end. So, there's no --

    HANNITY: No more campaign?

    CAIN: There are no plans to re-emerge...

    Video doesn't work here, so here's the link (go to 2:06).

    I like a lot of (but not all) of what Rep. Paul stands for and has done, but c'mon: It's either a "Yes or No" answer.

    So much more emerges on Paulestinian... (none / 0) (#3)
    by Corinthian Scales on Mon Jan 02, 2012 at 11:50:23 AM EST
    This is exactly why I have zero use for a Liberaltarian.

    Ayn Rand, who unintentionally provided the impetus for the movement, disdained libertarians, calling them "right-wing hippies.' She was unequivocal in her support for Israel, which she explained this way in a 1974 appearance: "When you have civilized men fighting savages, you support the civilized men, no matter who they are."

    Read the entire article here.

    Right-wing hippies.  Yup.  That's exactly what they are.

    So the 21% of Republicans... (none / 0) (#5)
    by rdww on Thu Jan 05, 2012 at 11:45:44 AM EST
    ... who supported RP in Iowa should simply take their votes and stay at home come November, according to you?  Or do you buy into the discredited "They're not REAL conservatives, they're all just liberals in disguise plotting to corrupt our Precious Bodily Fluids!" meme?
    Perhaps if a few more Republicans would focus on defeating Barack Hussein, rather than repeating distortions about a Republican who takes the Constitution seriously (and inventing new smear words to amuse themselves), something positive might happen in November.

    Dehumanize much? (none / 0) (#17)
    by rdww on Fri Jan 06, 2012 at 09:44:09 PM EST
    Interesting that you seek to invent funny names for Ron Paul Republicans, treat him as somehow subhuman, and pretend that Republicans who support him are mindless cultists.  Hard to say what's more troubling, your need to dehumanize other Republicans, or the way you fleer at the U.S. Constitution and liberty.  
    I'm an optimist -- I believe conservatism can survive folks like you.

    Ron Paul Republicans? You mean Neolibs (none / 0) (#18)
    by Corinthian Scales on Sat Jan 07, 2012 at 01:38:12 AM EST
    Those, who refuse to learn history and the law, are doomed to fall for Ron Paul's bullsh!t.

    However rdww, seeing that you wanna persist with your childish "dehumanize" mantra, well, ya, let's delve into "Ron Paul Republicans" and "Republicans who support him" for a while.

    Shall we start with Jesse Ventura?

    "Y'all deserve to lose a few guys" - Jesse Ventura, Ron Paul supporter

    Going Fred Phelps at the wake of a posthumous Medal of Honor recipient.  Despicable, yes?

    Oh baby, is Jesse is one of you guys, rdww?  From Russia... with love.

    As presidential hopeful Ron Paul continues to gain momentum in his bid for the GOP nomination, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura has suggested that the two of them could cause quite a stir if Paul would bring him on board as his running mate.

    "It would create unbelievable excitement if Ron Paul and I ran as the libertarian ticket," Ventura told radio host Alex Jones of Infowars during a Tuesday night broadcast.

    The former governor and Navy veteran gave up a career with professional wrestling to enter politics in the 1990s. Following a term as mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Ventura waged a grassroots campaign as a candidate with the Independence Party to successfully win the race for governor of the state in 1998. Earlier this year he published a book titled 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read, in which he calls out America for dozens of conspiracy theories.

    Maybe Ron and Jesse should run together.  Their campaign slogan could be:

    Mayan Apocalypse Reassurance Squad
    Paul * Ventura 2012

    Actually, MARS for short works pretty well for those two space rangers.  Feh.  They can have it free.  Couldn't accept their money without getting the willies.

    But wait!  There's more... like today's latest ad featuring "who support him".

    Nice stuff, eh?  Of course Ron didn't make the ad, and as always, Ron has no idea who or how to control his supporters.

    Also weighing in was Cindy McCain, the wife of 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain. "I deeply resent the video made using the adopted daughters of@jonhuntsman," McCain wrote on Twitter. "@ronpaul shame on you. This has shades of 2000 all over it."

    During John McCain's failed 2000 campaign for the Republican nomination, automated phone calls referred to the Arizona senator fathering an out-of-wedlock "black baby," apparently in reference to the McCains' adopted Bangladeshi daughter.

    Ron most likely didn't receive the tweet because we all learned from Iowa that like Ron's Newsletters, he hasn't a clue about his twitter account either.

    Perhaps if Ron ever wanted to be taken seriously he should've returned that Don Black money in 2007 to keep the loons at bay instead of choosing to prey upon the exceptionally paranoid and embittered antisemitic.

    "Dr. Paul stands for freedom, peace, prosperity and inalienable rights. If someone with small ideologies happens to contribute money to Ron, thinking he can influence Ron in any way, he's wasted his money," Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said. "Ron is going to take the money and try to spread the message of freedom."

    "And that's $500 less that this guy has to do whatever it is that he does," Benton added.

    Obviously the Einstein hasn't ever heard of bad juju from ill gotten gains.  That $500 now lives on in infamy much like a '67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88.

    Hey, rdww . . . (none / 0) (#22)
    by Kevin Rex Heine on Sun Jan 08, 2012 at 02:50:22 PM EST
    . . . since you are clearly a REP supporter, I'd like your opinion on this over here.  Perhaps you might be able to credibly, reasonably, and logically address those concerns.

    I find it . . . (none / 0) (#32)
    by Kevin Rex Heine on Tue Jan 10, 2012 at 05:10:10 PM EST
    . . . more than a tad interesting that "rdww" insists on not actually answering the original questions.  It reminds me of another "flame thread" that I was involved in recently.

    I posted this article regarding the Dec 18th Tea Party Patriots forum and straw poll to a tea party thread, and challenged the REP supporters to credibly answer any of the six concerns raised in that article.  Rather than responding with reasonable dialogue, within two hours the hardcore tunnel-vision-with-blinders-on REP fans were committing any number of logical fallacies in the process of trying to ignore my basic question.  And in pointing out that particular fact, I received an object lesson in how thin-skinned the PaulBots tend to be, as well as their proclivity to talk in cognitively dissonant circles once you've cornered them on the logic and the facts.  (It actually took a full 23 hours to get a reasonable response from a REP supporter.)

    So, rdww, one more time (because I've also asked you this question once in this thread):  Would you care to address those concerns raised in the linked article?

    Principles of a Ronulan (none / 0) (#43)
    by Corinthian Scales on Wed Jan 11, 2012 at 10:18:43 PM EST
    "We urge Ron Paul's opponents who have been unsuccessfully trying to be the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney to unite by getting out of the race and uniting behind Paul's candidacy," campaign chair Jesse Benton said in a statement.

    Translation:  There are closed primary elections coming up.  Oh sh!t.  Democrats can't vote for Uncle Squeaky.

    Ron squealed like a like a stuck pig that he wasn't allowed to participate in the election process in 2008 when he was endorsing Cynthia McKinley and Ralph Nader.  Now he's telling other Republican candidates to get out of the democratic process?  What an obsessive compulsive hypocritical old fart.


    "Experts" quizzed on the Constitution (none / 0) (#55)
    by Corinthian Scales on Fri Jan 13, 2012 at 07:08:07 PM EST

    Four Branches of government?!?!  Well, in Ronulan world, I reckon the newest Branch is CAIR.

    They should've asked 'em about weed.  They could all give a vast disquisition on that.

    Ron Paul's Soros Defense Plan (none / 0) (#72)
    by Corinthian Scales on Mon Jan 16, 2012 at 06:45:23 PM EST
    In July 2010, Barney Frank and Ron Paul co-authored a Huffington Post article rolling out their Sustainable Defense Task Force. The Task Force "consisting of experts on military expenditures that span the ideological spectrum" would recommend a trillion dollars in defense cuts. The experts however didn't quite "span the ideological spectrum", more like float under it.

    The panel of experts who would decide how to best gut national defense featured such independent thinkers as William D Hartung of the New America Foundation. Hartung's main expertise was appearing in "Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire".

    Then there was Lawrence J. Kolb of the Center for American Progress and Miriam Pemberton of the Institute for Policy Studies. If you want to know what the Center, the Foundation and the Institute all have in common, it's Hungarian and smells like stale cabbage and the death of nations.

    The rather creepy Institute for Policy Studies issued a paper proposing that Obama act as king and rule through executive orders. The New American Foundation is not only backed by Soros but has his son on its leadership council. The Center for American Progress is run by the co-chair of Obama's transition team and is all for intents and purposes the think tank of the White House. All three are Soros funded.

    Read the rest here

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