Thursday, December 22, 2011

You Might Be A Paultard If....

(With all due apologies to Jeff Foxworthy)

.....You've memorized Ron Paul's economic platform, but your supervisor doesn't think you're ready to man the shake machine yet.

.....You fail a remedial history class at the local vo-tech when every one of your answers on the final exam is "Ron Paul".

.....Your mother calls down to your basement "apartment" to tell you that dinner is ready and you scream back, "I'll eat when I'm ready, you Zionist pig! What's the matter, don't you believe in freedom ?"

.....You think bong water is an acceptable alternative to aftershave.

.....You like to tell people that you're the product of Screwy Lewy Rockwell and Cindy Sheehan's trysts.

.....Your every sentence begins with "Only Ron Paul...." and "Ron Paul is the only....."

.....Code Pinko kicks you out of a rally for being a wuss.

.....You throw darts at a picture of Abraham Lincoln.

.....Your head spins around and you spit pea soup when you're within five feet of a synagogue.

.....You know what Ron Paul's first words were, but you can't remember where you left that last hit of heroin.

.....You're dumb enough to call Mark Levin's show and start a sentence with "Only Ron Paul..." and "Ron Paul is the only...." (Yes, this rates two mentions! It's as annoying as it is intellectualy lazy!)

.....You think burqas are sexy.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Reason # 985-B To Think Ron Paul Sucks

There are many reasons to think Ron Paul is a bottom feeder. He refuses to support a Constitutional amendment to protect normal, heterosexual marriage. He voted to turn the United States military into a San Francisco bath house by repealing DADT. He wants to see drugs and prostitution legalized. He thinks Islamo-Nazi Iran should have a nuclear weapon. He surrounds himself with anarchists like Cindy Sheehan's love slave, Screwy Lewy Rockwell. In general, there isn't a sewer RuPaul (H/T: Mark Levin) isn't too proud to hunt for food in.

Then, there's this. From CBS News:


"Libertarian Congressman Ron Paul is breaking with many of his fellow Republicans - among them his son Rand - to support the creation of the planned Islamic cultural center near the former site of the World Trade Center that has come to be known as the 'ground zero mosque.'

In a statement decrying 'demagogy' around the issue, the former Republican presidential candidate wrote late last week that "the debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque."

'Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be 'sensitive' requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from 'ground zero,' Paul continues.

He goes on to argue that 'the neo-conservatives' who demand continual war in the Middle East and Central Asia...never miss a chance to use hatred toward Muslims to rally support for the ill conceived preventative wars."


Yes, I know this is old news. No, I'm not breaking any new ground here. However, since Ol' Ru is running for President, this crap should be revisited. (Even Howard "YEAAAAAAAAH!" Dean thought this was a bad idea.)

I don't want to get involved in the technical legalities about whether or not this House of Hatred should or should not be built, since the developers don't seem to have the money for Lincoln Logs, let alone building a gazillion dollar insult. That was beaten to death last year and I don't feel like rehashing it. What I want to focus on is RuPaul's detestable attitude on the matter. (Which is eerirly similiar to Chariman Obama's and Nazi Pelosi's detestable attitude on the matter.)

The above snippet shows, once again, that RuPaul is NOT a Conservative, regardless of what his drug addict followers claim. He's basically an anarchist, and this little episode proves it.

Now, before we get started, I think it's appropriate to explain what I mean by anarchist. I'm not talking in this sense of a bomb-thowing V For Vendetta type. I'm talking about someone who believes they have the right to do what they please when they feel like doing it. That's what RuPaul is advocating here. This has nothing to do with "neo-conservative" war mongering or the religious rights of Muslims. (This is a bare-bones explanation of  RuPaul's mentor Murray Rothbard's anarcho-capitalism, which basically states that society should allow individuals to do as they please as long as they can afford to do so.)

A Conservative doesn't believe in any of the above nonsense. A Conservative is a staunch defender of the individual and his rights, but the Conservative also believes in common sense and morality. For example, a Conservative would defend a bar owner's right to allow smoking in his bar, but a Conservative would fight tooth and nail to stop a strip club from opening next to an elementary school or a church. The Conservative fights for limited government, but never for anarchy. The Conservative also believes that while the individual has rights and those rights should be defended at all costs, the individual should use those rights in a responsible manner. In other words, the Conserative may very well want to give the social finger to the driver of a Smart Car with a "Obama 2012" bumper sticker, but he doesn't because he believes in a polite moral society.

Ladies and gentlemen, yes there's a fine line that often gets blurred when it comes to our rights, and I don't claim to have all the answers. But I will tell you this, I sure do understand them better than Ron Paul does.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Are These Conservative Statements ? I Report, You Use Your Common Sense.

One of my many, many pet peeves is the following statement, which is often said by some Paultard stoned out of his mind on some drug or another: "Ron Paul is the only Conservative running for President!" To me, this is is like fingernails on a chalkboard or watching the latest offering from the FOX Neocon Channel (FNC).

Let's take a look at some of RuPaul's (H/T: Mark Levin) "Conservative" thoughts. Let's put this moronic theory to the test, shall we ?


"I don't think it's very good sign for civilization to still be invoking the death penalty. . . .

If you believe in the death penalty, what I really object to is the doctors participating in torture, and doctors who are there to make it smooth and sweet.

'Oh, let's put him to sleep.' If it's a death penalty, do it on Times Square, see 'em get their head chopped off and see how all the people, see how much they like it, make 'em look at it. I think it's uncivilized."


"Mr. Speaker, while I oppose federal efforts to redefine marriage as something other than a union between one man and one woman, I do not believe a constitutional amendment is either a necessary or proper way to defend marriage."


"I would like to express my concerns over the Iran Threat Reduction Act of 2011 and my opposition to it being brought to the Floor for a vote. Let us be clear on one critical matter: the sanctions against Iran mandated by this legislation are definite steps toward a US attack on Iran. They will also, if actually applied, severely disrupt global trade and undermine the US economy, thereby harming our national security.

I am surprised and disturbed that the committee viewed this aggressive legislation to be so bipartisan and uncontroversial that a recorded vote was not even called.

Some may argue that we are pursuing sanctions so as to avoid war with Iran, but recent history teaches us otherwise. For how many years were sanctions placed on Iraq while we were told they were necessary to avoid war? Thousands of innocent Iraqis suffered and died under US sanctions and still the US invaded, further destroying the country. Are we safer after spending a trillion dollars or more to destroy Iraq and then rebuild it?

These new sanctions against Iran increasingly target other countries that seek to trade with Iran. The legislation will severely punish foreign companies or foreign subsidiaries of US companies if they do not submit to the US trade embargo on Iran. Some 15 years after the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 failed to bring Iran to its knees, it is now to be US foreign policy to threaten foreign countries and companies. "


"Ten years ago, shocking and horrific acts of terrorism were carried out on U.S. soil, taking nearly 3,000 innocent American lives. Without a doubt this action demanded retaliation and retribution. However, much has been done in the name of protecting the American people from terrorists that has reduced our prosperity and liberty and even made us less safe.

This is ironic and sad considering that the oft-repeated line concerning the reasoning behind the attacks is that they hate us for who we are – a free prosperous people – that we must not under any circumstances allow the terrorists to win. Though it is hard for many to believe, honest studies show that the real motivation behind the 9/11 attacks, and the vast majority of other instances of suicide terrorism, is not that our enemies are bothered by our way of life, neither is it our religion or our wealth – rather it is primarily occupation. If you were to imagine for a moment how you would feel if another country forcibly occupied the United States, had military bases and armed soldiers present in our hometown, you might begin to understand why foreign occupation upsets people so much."


Ladies and gentlemen, is this even remotely Conservative thought ? For that matter, is this even American thought ? Would William F. Buckley have written the above crap ? Would Ronald Reagan have spewed the above filth from his mouth ? Would Barry Goldwater have blamed the United States for 9/11 ?  Absolutely not.

Folks, the bottom line is this: Our beloved Republic is on the brink of utter disaster. There are God knows how many Islamo-Nazis who want to slaughter every man, woman, and child in America who refuses to submit their will to Allah. We have the neo-Marxist left becoming more and more violent by the day. Yes, a great deal of our problems are economic in nature, and yes, RuPaul is occasionally right about what to do about them. However, Conservatism is more than chanting "smaller government and lower taxes" like an automaton. It's a mindset that also includes a belief in justice, a belief in family, and defending the nation.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

The Commupaultards

During the '08 Popularity Contest, many Conservatives tried to warn the country about the future Chairman Obama's collection of mutants that were his followers. There was Frank Marshall Davis, the commie who was his father figure. There was Jeremiah Wright, the Black Liberation theologian who couldn't decide who he hated more, "them Jews" or "Amerikkka". Calypso Louie Farrakhan, the afro-fascist extrodinaire who heads the New Black Panther Party, gave him two thumbs up, as did the freaks at the $oros-funded Moveon.Dork and the Con Artists Formerly Known As ACORN.

Unfortunately, America didn't listen to the Conservative Movement. The Republican candidate, John McLame, was old and boring. (As is the case with most RINOs.) Even the star power of Sarah Palin couldn't save him. America was too busy chanting "Hope and Change" to do any critical thinking. With barely a whimper, John McLame was defeated and Chairman Obama's Reign of Incompetent Terror began.

Is history about to repeat itself, only this time with the Republican Party ushering in a period of darkness instead of the traitorous Democrat Party ?

From Fox


"A Bloomberg poll out Tuesday put Ron Paul in a statistical dead heat with Herman Cain, Rick Perry, and Newt Gingrich among likely Iowa caucus goers. But in an indication of Ron Paul's organizational strength, the survey also found that two-thirds of those surveyed said they had been contacted by the Ron Paul campaign through email, direct mail, telephone, door knocking, or by meeting the candidate in person.

Less than half said they had been contacted by the campaigns of other frontrunners in the state -- only 46 percent had been contacted by Romney, 41 percent by Cain, and 29 percent by Gingrich.
'The Ron Paul organization has not stopped working for the last four years,' observes Trudy Caviness, who is a member of the Iowa Republican State Central Committee.  'We've got five people on our state central committee that are Ron Paul supporters.'  "


This is incredibly dangerous. Like Chairman Obama, RuPaul (H/T: Mark Levin) has plenty of undesirables who follow him. (And, just like the '08 Popularity contest, no one is asking any tough questions.)

Once again, from FOX


"Politics makes for strange bedfellows. Add Code Pink and Republican Rep. Ron Paul to that list.
The vehemently anti-war group is organizing a slew of events this weekend in opposition to the United States' Israel policy, to coincide with the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Ahead of the protests, a Code Pink activist suggested the group -- at least when it comes to Israel -- is actually on the same page as Paul, a libertarian and one of the first candidates to enter the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
'The Ron Paul people are closer and closer to our talking points with each election,' Code Pink activist Liz Hourican told"


Code Pinko is not just some group of 1960's retreads attempting to relive the 1960's. They are communist activists who were active in the uprisings in Egypt and Libya. They were also active in Bernadine Dohrn's (the bitter half of Chairman Obama's ghost writer, Bill Ayers) flotilla to run contraband to the Gaza Strip. Once again, from FOX (Once in a while, the Fox Neocon Channel is somewhat useful.) :


"I have not been standing by. I personally was arrested in the Libyan embassy for taking down Gadhafi's picture. I've been with the people of Libya."---Medea Benjamin, Code Pinko co founder on the O'Reilly Factor, March 23, 2011

"The group behind the Gaza flotilla that engaged in deadly clashes with Israeli commandos today counts among its top supporters the friends and associates of President Barack Obama, namely the founders of the Weather Underground terrorist organization, William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, as well as Jodie Evans, the leader of the radical activist organization Code Pink.

Earlier today, Israeli navy commandos raided the six-ship flotilla, encountering heavy resistance and live fire from the activists. Several activists were killed and dozens of others were reportedly injured, as were several of the Israeli commandos.

The flotilla was organized by the Free Gaza Movement, a coalition of leftist human rights activists and pro-Palestinian groups engaged in attempts to break a blockade imposed by Israel on the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.

Ayers, Dohrn and Evans' Code Pink have led several recent Free Gaza Movement initiatives, including attempted marches into the Gaza Strip. Dorhn was in the Middle East just last month on behalf of the movement."


Creeped out yet ? No ? I'll just have to try harder.

Allow me to introduce you to the Reichsfuhrer of the RuPaulista SS, Screwy Lewy Rockwell. Screwy Lewy was Ron Paul's chief of staff from 1978-1982. (On a side note, is it me or has RuPaul been in CONgress since the War of 1812 ? Yeeeeeesh!) In addition to that, Screwy Lewy was the main ghost writer for RuPaul's newsletter, which had a few choice things to say about minorities.



"Financial records from 1985 and 2001 show that Rockwell, Paul's congressional chief of staff from 1978 to 1982, was a vice president of Ron Paul & Associates, the corporation that published the Ron Paul Political Report and the Ron Paul Survival Report. The company was dissolved in 2001. During the period when the most incendiary items appeared—roughly 1989 to 1994—Rockwell and the prominent libertarian theorist Murray Rothbard championed an open strategy of exploiting racial and class resentment to build a coalition with populist 'paleoconservatives,' producing a flurry of articles and manifestos whose racially charged talking points and vocabulary mirrored the controversial Paul newsletters recently unearthed byThe New Republic. To this day Rockwell remains a friend and advisor to Paul—accompanying him to major media appearances; promoting his candidacy on blog; publishing his books; and peddling an array of the avuncular Texas congressman's recent writings and audio recordings."


Oh, by the way, Lew Rockwell is also an anarchist.

From Screwy Lewy's LRC blog:


"What is an anarchist, in the correct Rothbardian sense? A person who believes it is never moral to commit aggression, that is to threaten or use force against the innocent. That seems like a truism, but it would mean the abolition of the State.

Murray coined the phrase anarcho-capitalist to differentiate us from the anti-private property, anti-free market, left-wing anarchists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

For some time now, I've noticed an upsurge in the use of the word anarchist, mostly as an epithet. Julian Assange, for example, is denounced a 'cyber-anarchist.' The Paulian wing of the Tea Party is called anarchist, too. Here's yet another example (see the last paragraph), from that old CIA house organ, Time Magazine, though they reference communist anarchists like Goldman, Proudhon, and Bakunin in order to try to disguise the massive increase in the number of private-property, free-market anarchists in the Rothbardian tradition.

Among students, young academics, and libertarians of all ages, this is the booming school of thought. Even the success of LRC—the best-read anarchist publication in history—is testimony to that. BTW, Sarah Palin, as a neocon, has her roots—or, rather, her patron Bill Kristol has his roots—in Trotskyism. And Leon, when he had the chance, murdered every anarchist he could get his bloody mitts on."


Folks, I don't know what to make of any of this. Never mind not being Conservative or Republican thought, this crap isn't even American thought. I'm going on the record right now: If lightning strikes and Ron Paul somehow wins the Republican nomination, the Conservtive Movement is finished. If the Conservative Movement is finished, so is America. Only Conservatism can save the United States.

God help us all.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The Folly Of Ron Paul's Foreign Policy

In an alternate universe........

President Paul entered the White House Situation Room in a huff. It was about 4pm, and he was cranky. Everyone knew not to disturb President Paul during Judge Judy, but this was a national security emergency. The CIA now had definitive proof that the Islamic Republic of Iran had placed intercontinental ballistic missiles in Venezuela.

"Mr. President," began Major General Major, the Commandant of the Marine Corps and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. "The Iranians have placed ICBM's on the northern coast of Venezuela. We're not sure about the capabilities of these weapons of mass destruction, but we have confirmation that they could reach Miami if launched. I recommend we strike now. We can scramble the bombers immediately."

President Paul smiled kindly at Major General Major. He forgot all about having his Judge Judy time interrupted and his mind wandered back to how much fun he and the media had after Major General James Major became Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. "Major General Major....has a ring to it...." President Paul said to himself softly.

"Sir ?'

"Back off, fascist!" Chief of Staff Lew Rockwell screamed at the decorated war hero. "Can't you see a great man is thinking ?!"

"Enhance your calm, Lew," said Vice President Dennis Kucinich in a kindly voice."That yelling and screaming stuff was okay when the Zionists ran the place, but the White House is a place of understanding now. It's a place where we exchange ideas and hope, not hate and animosity."

"You're right, Mr. Vice President. I don't know what came over me."

President Paul looked over to his Secretary of Defense, Jesse Ventura. "What's going on here, Jesse ?"

"I dunno, Mr. President", shrugged Ventura. "I've been trying to get a hold of National Security Advisor [Alex] Jones all day. I know he's very busy with his fourth 9/11 investigation, but why this guy can't answer a text is beyond me."

Secretary of State Pat Buchanan stood up from his chair. "Mr. President, If I may," the old "paleoconservative" began. "You must live up to your promise not to interfere in the affairs of other states. Remember that stump speech you made at 'Occupy Wall Street' ? Remember how you promised to end all war and bring peace to mankind ? You must make good on that pledge. Those kids in the tents are counting on you."

President Paul smiled. Mentions of "Occupy Wall Street" always made him happy. "You're right, Pat. You're always right. Even when you're wrong, you're right. This a much-to-do-over-nothing. We can't be sure if the CIA is right. After all, those are violent people, and we all know that violent people are never right. Get on the horn, Pat. Ask Hugo nicely to remove the missiles if it all possible. If they don't, well, that's ok. Both Iran and Venezuela know that this is a different America now. They would never harm us. We're a good, non-imperialist country now."

President Paul turned to the nearest door to leave.

"No, no....Mr. President, that's a closet," Vice President Kucinich said putting his hand on the President's shoulder. "Lew, help me get him to bed. Why we have these meetings so late in the day is beyond me."

Two weeks later, the city of Miami was destroyed by Iranian made ICBMs launched from Venezuela's northern coast.

Are Many Of Ron Paul's Supporters Antisemites ? Of Course Not! /sarc.

From the idiots who post on the Daily Paul:

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Hmmm..... Let's take a look see at the link the Paultard gave us:


"The political creed of Zionism has big ears and a long trunk and I think it's time that was pointed out. It also stampedes through our lives at every level and that needs to be said, too.

It has created a pincer-movement on the human mind by hijacking staggering amounts of political, corporate, banking and media power on one side and by using the fear of being called 'anti-Semitic' if you dare to state the bloody obvious.

They have been able to do this by equating in public perception that Zionism = Jewish people. It does not. Zionism is a political creed introduced by the House of Rothschild to advance the goals of the Illuminati families that are largely controlled by the Rothschilds." 

"The networks of the House of Rothschild were behind Hitler and the rise of the Nazi Party in the Rothschild heartland of Germany where they had changed their name from Bauer in 18th century Frankfurt and launched the dynasty that was to control global finance." (Not true, FYI. But this finger-sniffer is on a roll, so why let facts get in the way ?)



"Today, Rothschild Illuminati fronts like the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg Group, Royal Institute of International Affairs, and others, still answer to the Round Table which string-pulls and coordinates from the shadows. This is why Zionists in government are invariably connected with these Rothschild-controlled organisations."


Of course, no antisemitic article is ever complete without propaganda pictures:

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Now, I despise the ADL (the All Democrat League) as much as any Conservative. I think their head yenta, Abe Foxman, is a lib first and a Jew second. There's no denying that and nor should anyone deny that. However, equating Abie-Baby with the Nazis is contemptible.

The Daily Paul isn't the only gathering place for the RuPaulista SS. From the Pat Buchanan forum on Human Events:

(Click to---You get it by now, don'tcha  ?)


Well that's nice, Victurd! What else have ya got for us ?

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Ron Paul's Jew Hating And Racist RuPaulistas

From the Neo Nazi website, Stormfront:

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This takes the cake.....

Don't take my word for it:

Ron Paul: As Sleazy As Bill Clinton Popping Viagra Like Candy

There are many things to dislike about the walking disaster known as Ron Paul. He surrounds himself with with whack jobs like anarchist Lew Rockwell and the detestable Thomas Woods, his pet professor, who wants to replace the Constitution with the failed Articles of Confederation. He has accepted campaign donations from Neo-Nazi (also known as National SOCIALISTS for those you out there who were abused by our public school system, like me) organizations like Stormfront and Vanguard News Network. He pals around with uber-leftist Dennis Kucinich and PMSNBC apologist "paleoconserative" Pat Buchanan. He slams the military and calls America "imperialist". To top it all off, RuPaul (H/T Mark Levin) was the Pork King of 2009, bringing home more bacon to his CONgressional district than leftist giants Nazi Pelosi and Pete Starke Naked.

All of the above is as sleazy as Bill Clinton popping Viagra like candy, but nothing Paul has said or done can top this:



Victims, RuRu ? Really ?

Let me show you the true victims of the "Occupy Wall Street" nonsense:




It's the constantly abused tax payer who will end up footing the bill for "Occupy Wall Street" who is the victim here. According to many sources, the city of New York has spent almost $2 million on overtime to keep "Occupy Wall Street" from devolving any further. It's the citizens of New York who will pay to have the mess cleaned up after the protesters get bored and go home. How are they not the victims here ? Tell us, Herr Paul. We'd all like to know.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Jew Hating RuPaulistas On Display

From the antisemitic website, VNN Forum: (2007)


I have kept quiet about the Ron Paul campaign for a while, because I didn't see any need to say anything that would cause any trouble. However, reading the latest release from his campaign spokesman, I am compelled to tell the truth about Ron Paul's extensive involvement in white nationalism.

Both Congressman Paul and his aides regularly meet with members of the Stormfront set, American Renaissance, the Institute for Historic Review, and others at the Tara Thai restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, usually on Wednesdays. This is part of a dinner that was originally organized by Pat Buchanan, Sam Francis and Joe Sobran, and has since been mostly taken over by the Council of Conservative Citizens.

I have attended these dinners, seen Paul and his aides there, and been invited to his offices in Washington to discuss policy.

For his spokesman to call white racialism a 'small ideology' and claim white activists are 'wasting their money' trying to influence Paul is ridiculous. Paul is a white nationalist of the Stormfront type who has always kept his racial views and his views about world Judaism quiet because of his political position.

I don't know that it is necessarily good for Paul to 'expose' this. However, he really is someone with extensive ties to white nationalism and for him to deny that in the belief he will be more respectable by denying it is outrageous -- and I hate seeing people in the press who denounce racialism merely because they think it is not fashionable.

Bill White, Commander
American National Socialist Workers Party"

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Short and Sweet

I'm going to keep this one short and sweet. I have a serious case of writer's block. My brain feels like it's been replaced by the teleprompter that committed Hara-Kiri during one of Chairman Obama's boring propaganda speeches.

Recently, Dennis "The Red Menace" Kucinich had this to say about the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrations that have so far included Communists, antisemites, and drug addict leeches:


"I think this is healthy, that it is about freedom of speech and the right to assemble. And I am looking right now at the Statue of Freedom over the Capitol. Let me tell you something. This is freedom, this is America, this is something we ought to celebrate."


The Hill reported this not to long ago:


"Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) says he would consider putting the liberal congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) in his Cabinet if he were to win the presidency in 2012.

Paul said his libertarian political philosophy helps him connect with some on the far left — including Kucinich, who shares Paul’s general anti-war stance.

'You've got to give credit to people who think,' he said. "


Need I say more ?

Sunday, October 2, 2011

The Mystery Of The Ron Paul Freakshow

Here's a trillion dollar deficit question: Where did Iran's Favorite Congress Critter, Ron Paul, get his army of  followers ?

It's an important question to ask.

Bloggers can't criticize Paul without having a cross burned on their blog by the RuPaulista SS. (Erick Erickson's RedState has had to ban anyone who wasn't a member for more than six months for mentioning Paul in a post.) Conservative radio show hosts can't utter a peep about Mahmoud AmendinePaul without having his lines jammed up for the rest of the show. Take a look see at what happened to Michael Savage after mentioning Paul on his show:



I'm not a Michael Savage fan. I think he's an arrogant putz. However, he has a valid point point about being mugged by the RuPaulista SS. My old blog at was shut down by these brownshirts. Here's a sampling of some of the crap I received for daring to question Fuhrer Paul:


"Neocon trash ARE getting worried!

To be stooping to the smear tactics of the Left!

'You'we a wacist!"

"Ah, What the Heck

Here you go, Al:

Who got us into the Iraq war?

A List of prominent Jewish Neocons and their role in getting the U.S. into Iraq and Homeland Security: -for-Iraq-war.htm

Why am I posting this?

Just to pi$$ you off.

No other reason."

"Nobrains, you've just been e-sodomized!

Now don't get me wrong. I'm a big boy and I can take whatever these twerps dish out and I'm fairly certain that Michael Savage can take care of himself. That's not the point here. The real question here is where did this mysterious army of supporters come from ? How do they show up for every internet straw poll ? How do they jam phone lines the way they do ? How do they find small time bloggers like myself ? How does Paul, who only managed 438,000 popular votes in 1988, maintain such a vast army of supporters ?
Wired magazine took a shot at answering this question in 2007:
"A researcher at SecureWorks has traced the October flood of deceptive spam promoting Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul to a criminal botnet of compromised computers run out of Ukraine, which was rented for the three-day job.
'While the total count of Ron Paul spam messages that actually landed in peoples’ inboxes can’t be known, it certainly was received by millions of recipients,' writes security researcher Joe Stewart, in a SecureWorks report. 'All this was done using around 3,000 bots.'

There were 162,211,647 e-mail addresses targeted, Stewart writes, though many were likely bad or outdated.

Stewart’s detective work identified the botnet as part of a criminal operation in Eastern Europe called Reactor Mailer that offers spammers a convenient web interface to manage their illegal campaigns. The Ron Paul spam was managed by a spammer-for-hire who goes by the handle 'nenastnyj.' "


Well, there's part of the answer. This is how RuPaul (H/T Mark Levin) wins online strawpolls and this is also why your inbox gets jammed with RuPaulista propaganda. However, spambots can't be talk show callers and they can't troll blogs without being blatantly obvious. There's more to this.

Check out this blog posting from Cass Sunstein, Chairman Obama's UNELECTED "Regulatory Czar":


"Conspiracy theorists are not likely to be persuaded by an attempt to dispel their theories; they may even characterize that very attempt as further proof of the conspiracy. Because those who hold conspiracy theories typically suffer from a crippled epistemology, in accordance with which it is rational to hold such theories, the best response consists in cognitive infiltration of extremist groups. "


Could this be the other part of the answer ? Are some of Ron Paul's phantom supporters actually feds attempting to disrupt Conservative talkshows and message boards ? Let's not forget that fascists like this Sunstein character think that the entire Conservative Movement is a big conspiracy theory. The grand majority of the time, the RuPaulista SS attacks Conservative websites and talk radio shows. They don't troll Moveon.Dork. They don't jam up Leslie Marshall's phone lines. They show up on Free Republic and the Mark Levin show. They don't take shots at our failing president, they take shots at Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin.

It would also behoove us to consider who Cass Sunstein is married to. That would be Sammantha Power, who, like RuPaul, hates Israel. Power is the National Security Council's Director of Multilateral Affairs. As Discover The Networks points out about Power:


In a 2007 interview, Power said that America’s relationship with Israel 'has often led foreign policy decision-makers to defer reflexively to Israeli security assessments, and to replicate Israeli tactics...' The United States, she explained, had brought terrorist attacks upon itself by aping Israel’s violations of human rights."


Here's the bottom line: Yes, Ron Paul has some hardcore supporters. But there aren't millions of them. Something is radically wrong here. If We the Conservatives don't figure it real fast, Ron Paul and his freakshow will sink our chances in the 2012 election. No, I don't think Dr. Detestable is going to win the Republican nomination or the Presidency. He has a better shot of winning Power Ball and being hit by lightning on the same day. However, the lazy and arrogant media will start linking Paul's lunacy to the Tea Party. When that happens, you can kiss 2012 goodbye. If we kiss 2012 goodbye, we can also kiss America goodbye. Yes, this is that serious.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Quick Review

Now that the 2012 campaign to unseat America's First Kenyan Communist President is completely underway, I thought now would be great time to review the basics of Conservatism. For some, this is old hat and I apologize for boring you half to death. For others, (and you know who you are) this is what an actual Conservative thinks and believes. (Those of you who fall into the latter category, I believe it will behoove you to take notes. You might learn something.)

A Conservative knows:

  • the US Constitution means exactly what it says. The Constitution isn't "living and breathing" and it is a charter of "negative liberties", meaning that Constitution does not limit what the individual can do, it limits what government may do to the individual and states.
  • freedom without individual liberty is impossible.
  • All Americans have the rights laid out by the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. Nothing less is needed. Nothing more is needed. Government didn't grant us these rights, our Creator endowed them upon us. A Conservative also knows that since our rights come from our Creator, they can't be taken away by man.
  • The United States is a sovereign country that has the right to act as it sees fit on the world stage. A Conservative doesn't believe that the United States has the responsibility to be the world's policeman, but it reserves the right to defend itself from foreign enemies in any way it chooses. A Conservative believes that the United States may ally itself with any other nation and must live up to its treaties. A Conservative also believes that foreign nationals should have no say in American foreign policy.
  • the US economy must be free of the shackles of excessive government for two main reasons. The first reason is govenrment can only harm the national economy and the second reason is excessive government leads to crony capitalism, which is the anathema of the free market the Founders envisioned.
  • human life begins at conception. There is no Constitutional right to murder the unborn.
  • The Founders did not intend for the First Amendment to limit religion. The First Amendment was written to protect religion from the intrigues of government.
  • the United States was founded as a Judeo-Christian nation with Judeo-Christian values. It wasn't founded as a secular nation by any stretch of the imagination.
  • illegal aliens are criminals and should be treated as such.
  • that all attempts to legitimize the homosexual lifestyle are poorly designed social experiments at best and fascist powergrabs at worst.
  • the redistribution of wealth is wrong on many fronts. The government should have no say in who has what in legally gained property or wealth.
  • the Second Amendment is in place not only to protect one's self from criminals, but also to protect the individual from tyranny, from either invasion or the govenment.
  • the government should be slashed back to its Constitutional limits. Too much of the bloated federal bureaucracy is unaffected by elections and is blatantly unconstitutional.

The above is not an ideology. It's not like the Marxism Chairman Obama espouses.There's nothing radical about it. It isn't "fringe" lunacy. This is common sense. The grand majority of Americans believe this, even if they can't articulate it or are afraid to articulate it. The above is also non-negotiable. I won't vote for someone to be dog catcher, let alone President of the United States if that individual disgarees with any of the above. In other words, folks like Myth Romney, Slick Rick Perry, and Jon Huntsman (whoever he is) have irrevocably lost my support and will not, under any circumstances, gain it in the Republican Primary. If Krispy Kreme Christie (H/T Mark Levin) waddles into the fray, he won't get my support either.

Then, there's MoRon Paul.

Not only will I not support Dr. Detestable, I will actively campaign against him. Among all of the Republican candidates, he violates the most of the above stated principles. RuPaul (again, H/T Mark Levin) has stated that 9/11 was America's fault. He disagreed with the elimination of Osama Bin Laden.  He has voted for the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell".He has made it clear that he despises Israel (on Islamo-Nazi Iran's state run television, no less). He has shown support for the abortion pill, RU-486. One of Ron Paul's mentors, Murray Rothbard, was an anarchist. Paul's svengali, Lew Rockwell, is also an anarchist. Thomas Woods, Paul's pet professor, advocates reinstituting the Articles of Confederation. The Reverend Wright of the Republican Party has considered placing psychotic leftist Dennis Kucinich is his Cabinet. To top it all off, the Bizzare One was the 2009 Earmark King, out earmarking liberal giants like Nazi Pelosi, Pete Starke Naked, and Bawney Fwank. Ron Paul is to Conservative like kitten is to 3-4 run-stopping nosetackle. I'd rather go swimming in a pool full of sharks while wearing a hamburger Speedo than support him in the upcoming primary.

I won't and never will tell you who to vote for in this column. You're an intelligent person and you need no help from me. I will, however, tell you how to vote.

Vote Conservative.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Dr. Detestable

There are a lot of things to detest Ron Paul for. He's gotten an endorsement from the $oros-funded Code Pinko. He's a hero to neo-Nazi organizations like Stormfront. He believes in Murray Rothbard's "anarcho-capitalism" nonsense. He's the Pork King of 2009, out earmarking leftist giants like Steny Hoyer, Nancy Pelosi, and Barney Fwank. Needless to say, there isn't a sewer Ron Paul isn't too proud to hunt for food in.

But it gets worse.

Ron Paul thinks America deserved the horror that was 9/11.

From the


“I don’t see Islam as our enemy,' [Ru]Paul said. 'I see that motivation is occupation and those who hate us and would like to kill us, they are motivated by our invasion of their land, the support of their dictators that they hate.'

Regarding 9/11, Paul said that attacks against the U.S. from Middle Eastern groups at home and abroad can be traced to the foreign presence of U.S. troops, as well as America’s relationships with dictator regimes.
Paul referred to a military base in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, as a key motivator in the Sept. 11th attacks. Osama bin Laden viewed it as an American desecration of holy land.

'After 9/11, (people said) ‘Oh yeah, it’s those very bad people who hate us,’ but 15 of (the hijackers) came from Saudi Arabia,” said Paul. “One of the reasons they attacked us, is we propped up this Sharia government and the fundamentalists hated us for it.'

The congressman particularly decried U.S.-led bombings in foreign nations, saying that 'almost always those individuals that they are trying to kill did not have any direct relationship' with threats to the U.S."


So in other words, Dr. Detestable thinks that the Islamo-Nazis in the Middle East should steer the foreign policy of the United States.

Let's get a few things clear. There are many parts of American foreign policy I don't agree with. For example, I am firmly against Chairman Obama's Libyan Misadventure. (I still have no idea why we're involved or why we're footing the bill.) I am also firmly against giving any sort of aid to the new Muslim Brotherhood fascist regime in Egypt. I wasn't a big fan of sending troops to Haiti in the middle of two wars for disaster relief, nor was I particularly thrilled with sending troops to Bosnia. To me, these are nothing but foreign policy boondoggles at best, and socialism at the very worst, since it involves the redistribution of wealth from the United States to places that either hate us or have been money pits. I also don't believe in "spreading democracy". I think we should fight wars to win them, not recreate societies. Not one taxpayer penny should go to rebuilding Iraq or Trashcanistan. Personally, I could care less if Iraq or Trashcanistan  ever become functioning democracies. It's none of my business nor is it my problem. The taxpayer shouldn't be on the hook for nonsense like that.

However, despite what Dr. Detestable thinks, these are decisions that We the People get make with our votes. They the Islamo-Nazis don't have a say in the matter. We can't allow ourselves to be bullied by these raving lunatics. In order to survive, the United States must have free reign to do what is in its best interests. If that means going against the UN (which we should not be a member of), so be it. If that means Ali Kaboom gets upset by it, too bad. The United States is a sovereign nation that has the right to do what it sees fit to protect itself and its people.

Freedom isn't free, folks......

Reverend Jeremiah RuPaul

If you're still on the fence about the lunatic fraud known as Ron Paul, watch these three videos in order.

I rest my case. Hat Tip: Mark Levin

Monday, August 29, 2011

Why I Despise The RuPaulista SS

There are many reasons not to like Ron Paul's supporters, the RuPaulista SS. Many are neo-confederates who think the Articles of Confederation are superior to the Constitution. Many are neo-Nazis, who conveniently forget that the word "Nazi" is short for National SOCIALIST German Workers Party. (It should be noted that the Nazis themselves referred to themselves as "National Socialists".) Many are vicious antisemites. Many use the word "imperialist" when describing the US.

As sleazy as the above is, there is one big reason I despise the RuPaulista SS: The grand majority of them are sheeple. They are unable to think for themselves. They attempt to tear down any and all who get in their way or criticize Ron Paul or his svengali, Lew Rockwell. The majority of them think the same, act the same, and say the same.

In other words, the majority of them are like the Obama Drones that spread across the US like locusts back in '08.

Just like the Moveon.Dork crowd in '08, the RuPaulista SS of 2011 hangs on their Fuhrer's every word, regardless of how moronic it sounds. For example, if you criticize RuPaul for going on Iran's Islamonazi state-run television station and attacking the United States, most RuPaulistas will tell you (after calling you a "neocon") that such a heinous act was an act of patriotism. It's the same kind of warped behavior that the Obama Drones displayed in 2008. (Who could forget catch phrases like "dissent is patriotic" and "speak truth to power" ?) These people aren't supporters of a political party or a certain candidate. They're a mob.

As Ann Coulter wrote in Demonic:

"Everything else changes, but mobs are always the same. A mob is an irrational, childlike, often violent organism that derives its energy from the group."
[To be fair: The RuPaulista SS has never been accused of violence. I'm sure if you take their bongs from them, things could get ugly, but there are no recorded instances of them being violent.]

In my humble opinion, following any politican blindly is un-American. (Even George Washington had his critics.) For example, I greatly admire Ronald Reagan, but I think his amnesty plan was an utter disaster. (Reagan himself later admitted that it was a horrible mistake.) Does that make me any less of a Reaganite ? No. It makes me more of a Reaganite, since I'm following his advice: "Trust, but verify." The same goes for the glitterati of the Conservative Movement. I'm a big Ann Coulter fan, but I wasn't exactly enthralled with the way she attacked "birthers". I agree with some of what Pat Buchanan says, but sometimes I think what he writes is slop. The same goes for Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, and Ayn Rand. I'll grant you that it doesn't happen very often, but it does happen. I'm an individualist, first and foremost. I agree because I choose to agree on the basis of logic, not emotion.

Can the 2+2=5 Leftists and the Rupaulista SS call themselves individualists ? Nope.

And that's why I despise them.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Who's Crazier Ron Paul Or His Looney Tune Supporters ?

Ron Paul is a whack job, but are is his cyberstormtrooper supporters even crazier than him ? I report, you make a rational decision.

"I wonder if there is a way to get Dr. Paul's book to Mr. Farrakhan to read. If he likes what he reads we could join forces to liberate all people from the genocide that the elite have planned. Just my two cents."

"I'm not going to castigate you for disagreeing with me, like the Hebrews on here do. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and I respect that.

I was merely quoting Ron Paul. Paul said that Israel has over three hundred nuclear weapons and four other countries in the region also have nuclear weapons. Why can't Iran have them? Ron Paul doesn't fear Iran and neither do I. Ron Paul's political philosphy parallels Pat Buchanan's. Our focus has always been on Pat Buchanan for president. Since Pat no longer has political aspirations we are supporting the Ron Paul candidacy."

"Warmonger Romney has four strapping Mormon sons who wouldn't die for Israel personally in a million years. Heck, they won't even go chill out in the green zone for a couple of months like the ones Palin and Biden are pretending to sacrifice to Moloch. Getting limbs blown off so the poor wittle Iswaelies don't have bad dweams worrying about that mean old existential thweat is for Gentiles, not Mitt and the boys.

Ron Paul will get assaulted by every special interest group in the country, except military vets, who support him more than any other candidate. I figure The Federal Reserve goons will [try to assassinate] or a heart attack if the Hasbarat Media can't do the deed.

Still, Paul is the only sane choice. I'd rather support somebody who could actually help the country."

I'll ask you again, Tea Party Patriots, 9/12 Project, FReepers, and anyone else who is interested in preserving the Republic:
Is this who you stand with, in any way, shape or form ? Did the Tea Party begin to support antisemites ? 9/11 Truthers ? A nuclear Iran ? National SOCIALISM ? McGovernite foreign policy ?
Ron Rupaul and his cyberstormtroopers do not, in any way, shape, or form represent the Tea Party Movement. We don't wear swastika armbands or white hoods.
We are the antithesis of this crap.

A Vote For Ron Paul Is A Vote For Socialism

Some of my regular readers will wonder why I'm wasting my time with Ron Paul. After all, ol' RuPaul is nothing but a piker, and our eyes should be on the prize--- the White House in 2012. This would be a fair assessment----if one only looks at the small picture.

I am fighting for the soul of the Conservative Movement. I'm heading off RuPaul and his cyberstormtroopers at the pass before they irrevocably damage the Movement. If the Conservative Movement is destroyed, all hope is lost. The Republic will not survive. It's that simple. It's that cut and dried.

I'll be damned if I'm going to just sit back and just let that happen. Just like I won't go down without a fight against Chairman Obama and his Democrat Party drones, I'm not going down without a fight against RuPaul and his cyberstormtroopers, either.

See folks, regardless of what you've read about RuPaul, s/he's NOT a Conservative. S/he's NOT a Libertarian. S/he's is nothing but another leftist who seeks to destroy the Republic and the Constitution.

You heard it first, here folks. Ron Paul is a socialist. There I said it! And guess what ? I ain't takin' it back, either. RuPaul is a leftist socialist pig.

You better be able to prove this, Neocon.

Not a problem. As always, I bring facts to the party. You won't find any Chris "I'll Have Another Drink" Matthews-like reporting here. I don't sing it, I bring it.
Let's take a stroll down Memory Hole Lane, shall we ? Check out the video below, and make sure you watch the crawl on the bottom:

Maybe my copy of the Constitution is wrong, but I just can't seem to find the section where Congress has the Enumerated Power to fund crap like a "drop out reduction program" or rehab centers. Now ladies and gentlemen, is that not a redistribution of wealth ? Is that not taking money from Citizen A by FORCE and giving it to Citizen B ? (To be fair: RuPaul was 1000% right about rebuilding Iraq's infrastructure. However, just like I don't want to pay for Iraq's crap, I don't want to pay for infrastructure projects in Galveston, Texas if I don't live in Galveston, Texas.)

The most troubling thing about that video is the fact that RuPaul thinks that the boondoggles he funded in 2009 are "tax rebates". Call me crazy and off my meds, but I'm one of those old fashioned types who believes that a tax rebate occurs when the taxpayer gets to keep the money he slaved away for. The very fact that he used the words "tax rebates" for public spending is telling and rather troubling. It's a clear signal that RuPaul is a collectivist with some serious socialist tendencies.

Another thing that's extremely troubling about this video is the fact that RuPaul seems to believe that Representatives are genies that grant their constituents' every wish. They aren't. We're not a democracy, we're a Republic. Now, I'm not saying Congress should act like dictators like when Nazi Pelosi ran the joint. Representatives should listen to the constituents on national issues, like when the entire nation screamed bloody murder about Obamacareless. However, "build this, gimme that" requests should be ignored since it's corrupt vote buying at its best and Marxism at its worst.

If RuPaul was the Pork King of 2009, it means he outearmarked the following big spender commie rogues:

Nazi Pelosi (S-CA)
Charlie "Taxes ? What Taxes ?" Rangel (S-NY)
Barney Fwank (S-MA)
Anthony's Weiner (S-NY)
Ren N'Steny Hoyer (S-NY)
Pete Starke Naked (S-CA)
Ed Mah-key (S-MA)

If you're outporking these Marxist-Leninists, how on God's green and cooling Earth can you possibly have the nerve to lecture anyone on fiscal responsibility ? Buehler....Buehler.....Anyone ? Anyone ?