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.