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2012-05-16 11:07:10 PM  
That read a lot like the comments in Fark's politics tab.

I have to admit, I never "got" the whole Ron Paul thing - the guy is a perpetual candidate, and a perpetual loser (for President, anyway). He's as much of a punch line as Ralph Nader used to be.

//RON PAUL
 
2012-05-16 11:19:05 PM  
In a nutshell:

RON PAUL!
RON PAUL!
RON PAUL!
RON PAUL?
 
2012-05-17 12:09:37 AM  
I've never seen the word "commentariat" before, but kudos to whoever coined it. It applies very well to the Ron Paul crowd, especially when they keep coming up with gems like this:

"Ron Paul as President means that Global Banking Elite will lose money, so he's being Blacked-out by the MIC Media. Paul's 'weaknesses' are his strengths, actually, you big Fart!"
 
2012-05-17 12:13:58 AM  
That was a masterful troll job.

January 2012: Moment of truth: The Iowa caucuses. The commenters fire themselves up. Exclamation points and caps lock keys are deployed with abandon:
 
2012-05-17 12:23:12 AM  

DeltaPunch: I've never seen the word "commentariat" before, but kudos to whoever coined it. It applies very well to the Ron Paul crowd, especially when they keep coming up with gems like this:

"Ron Paul as President means that Global Banking Elite will lose money, so he's being Blacked-out by the MIC Media. Paul's 'weaknesses' are his strengths, actually, you big Fart!"


I'm sure the Free Market will fix it.
 
2012-05-17 12:38:07 AM  

Kimothy: I have to admit, I never "got" the whole Ron Paul thing - the guy is a perpetual candidate, and a perpetual loser (for President, anyway). He's as much of a punch line as Ralph Nader used to be.


What is not to get? Our banks are out of control, so we need to remove all regulation from them so they will sort it out themselves. We need to keep the government out of people's lives, so it's important to oppose gay marriage as that will add another layer of bureaucracy. Do I need to go on? It's so obvious, the industrial banking cartel is blinding you from the truth. Wait, are you are part of the CIA?

/Also, buy some gold - you can't go wrong!
 
2012-05-17 12:44:07 AM  
You can find similar types of derp for any candidate in any comments section. However, DR PAUL is particularly efficient at disproportionally garnering real idiot nutjobs who fail at basic US History (because they invent their own) and who literally think that DR PAUL is about true freedom and that everything he does is perfect and good. It's disproportional. I have never seen such personality cult zealotry for ANYONE including Obama, Kennedy, Reagan or even the Founding Fathers. These people think that when Ron Paul co-sponsors a bill to ban courts from hearing cases about DOMA, that it's about LIBERTY and FREEDOM and that it's not completely unconstitutional and exactly the opposite of what he preaches.They think that teaching Creationism is about "educational freedom" (seriously, that's the term I have seen). The "brains" of DR PAUL fans are some kind of fake Libertarian doublespeak dystopian portal to Hell.I do give them credit for being involved in politics. I don't give them credit for being able to think for themselves. They usually can't come up with their own arguments and rely on posting articles to say it for them. They are usually Austrian School zombies. The Austrian School is the Creationism of Economics. For those who can speak for themselves and don't rely on other people's words, it's a scary jumble of hard-to-discern logical fallacies. Usually several in combination, with the most popular being "begging the question". Geez. What a mess.
 
2012-05-17 12:46:13 AM  
I still love my niece yelling "THANKS TO MY KNOWLEDGE OF LANGUAGES, I JUST GOT MY FIRST JOB IN PARIS!" in French at the perplexed bus-driver of the Ron Paul "English only" doofus that was driving his campaign bus last election. That's the thing I miss most about Iowa, you could meet every jackass that thinks they can take this country to a better place.

- Sorry to say my French is close to non-existent as well but I'm certainly not going to make my ignorance a campaign slogan. But hey, let's be a leader in the world economy while simultaneouslybeing insular Anglophiles is pretty got damned short sighted in anyone's playbook.
 
2012-05-17 12:46:54 AM  
I'm not usually a fan of meta, but I love that the author is trolling his own comments section on his blog post about over the top Ron Paul comment sections to blog posts
 
2012-05-17 01:19:09 AM  

PC LOAD LETTER: I have never seen such personality cult


I have.
www.revleft.com
 
2012-05-17 02:00:34 AM  

vygramul: DeltaPunch: I've never seen the word "commentariat" before, but kudos to whoever coined it. It applies very well to the Ron Paul crowd, especially when they keep coming up with gems like this:

"Ron Paul as President means that Global Banking Elite will lose money, so he's being Blacked-out by the MIC Media. Paul's 'weaknesses' are his strengths, actually, you big Fart!"

I'm sure the Free Market will fix it, you big Fart.


FTFY
 
2012-05-17 02:02:24 AM  

RexTalionis: PC LOAD LETTER: I have never seen such personality cult

I have.
[www.revleft.com image 450x310]


Hey, that's not fair to Chairman Mao, unlike RON PAUL, Mao actually ran something. He ran China badly, no doubt, but he actually managed to run it, RON PAUL just has a few delusional followers and is incapable of actually being in charge.
 
2012-05-17 02:02:33 AM  
People love Ron Paul.

Until it comes down to actually vote.

/crickets chirp
 
2012-05-17 03:14:37 AM  
They are kind of adorable though, aren't they?
 
2012-05-17 03:27:46 AM  
RON PAUL is everything you're not.
 
2012-05-17 05:36:08 AM  

Kimothy: That read a lot like the comments in Fark's politics tab.

I have to admit, I never "got" the whole Ron Paul thing - the guy is a perpetual candidate, and a perpetual loser (for President, anyway). He's as much of a punch line as Ralph Nader used to be.

//RON PAUL


Here's a list of legislation enacted because of Ralph Nader, private citizen:

Instrumental in the passing of the following legislation:

Clean Air Act
Clean Water Act
Consumer credit disclosure law
Consumer Product Safety Act
Co-Op Bank Bill
Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Freedom of Information Act
Funeral home cost disclosure law
Law establishing Environmental Protection Agency
Medical Devices safety
Mine Health and Safety Act
Mobile home safety
National Automobile and Highway Traffic Safety Act
National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act
Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act
Nuclear power safety
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
Pension protection law
Safe Water Drinking Act
Tire safety & grading disclosure law
Whistleblower Protection Act
Wholesome Meat Act
Wholesome Poultry Product Act


And here's a list for Ron Paul, a US representative for 12 terms:

H.R. 2121 (111th): To authorize the Administrator of General Services to convey a parcel of real property in Galveston, Texas, to the Galveston Historical Foundation.

---------------------

Kind of puts it all in perspective.
 
2012-05-17 05:38:24 AM  
Time magazine got tired of taking shots from Paultards in their comments section so they reverse-troll them by putting out an entire article of Paultard comments?

Yo dawg...

Update: We've arrived at the natural conclusion of our journey. Here are the 10 best comments from Ron Paul supporters in the comments section of this article about Ron Paul supporters in the comments section:

this is one of the most boring and irrelevent [sic] articles i have ever read. its [sic] not over for Ron Paul 2012. The revolution hasnt even climaxed -Veronica


Did a Paultard just call an article composed entirely of Paultard comments "boring and irrelevant"?

*snert*

The Circle of Derp is complete!

RON PAUL!
 
2012-05-17 05:39:06 AM  

Ed Finnerty: RON PAUL is everything you're not.


RON PAUL's dick is so big, last month he had lobsters.
 
2012-05-17 05:39:46 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: In a nutshell:

RON PAUL!
RON PAUL!
RON PAUL!
RON PAUL?


This... this was awesome. A kudos or ten.
 
2012-05-17 05:46:02 AM  
Ooh, can't wait 'til all the Paul fans swarm this thread and tell us how RON PAUL is the best thing since the invention of the orgasm.
 
2012-05-17 05:47:10 AM  

rynthetyn: Hey, that's not fair to Chairman Mao, unlike RON PAUL, Mao actually ran something. He ran China badly, no doubt, but he actually managed to run it, RON PAUL just has a few delusional followers and is incapable of actually being in charge.


Ron Paul did run an incredibly successful newsletter. I wonder why his supporters don't brag about that more often?
 
2012-05-17 05:47:34 AM  
The fact that this article has more comments than the previous 6 combined just shows the fact that Ron Paul is winning, can win and will win. And journalists like Alex Altman will go in prison once things turn around. -SlickR

I want to see a debate, if you could even call it that, between SlickR and the two guys who think Time Magazine is in bed with the CIA and/or The Fed. I'd love to hear more about how RON (Freedom!) PAUL is going to imprison journalists. The logic behind that must be amazing.
 
2012-05-17 05:49:25 AM  
Everything you need to know about Ron Paul is that GaryPDX supports him.
 
2012-05-17 05:55:40 AM  

apoptotic: The fact that this article has more comments than the previous 6 combined just shows the fact that Ron Paul is winning, can win and will win. And journalists like Alex Altman will go in prison once things turn around. -SlickR

I want to see a debate, if you could even call it that, between SlickR and the two guys who think Time Magazine is in bed with the CIA and/or The Fed. I'd love to hear more about how RON (Freedom!) PAUL is going to imprison journalists. The logic behind that must be amazing.


Ron Paul tried to sue Youtube videos for violation of trademark because they used the phrase "Vote Ron Paul" without his permission. The video never claimed or implied to be part of Ron Paul's official campaign. Simply using "Vote Ron Paul" was grounds for a lawsuit. Think about that.

Link
 
2012-05-17 06:03:34 AM  

PC LOAD LETTER: You can find similar types of derp for any candidate in any comments section. However, DR PAUL is particularly efficient at disproportionally garnering real idiot nutjobs who fail at basic US History (because they invent their own) and who literally think that DR PAUL is about true freedom and that everything he does is perfect and good. It's disproportional. I have never seen such personality cult zealotry for ANYONE including Obama, Kennedy, Reagan or even the Founding Fathers. These people think that when Ron Paul co-sponsors a bill to ban courts from hearing cases about DOMA, that it's about LIBERTY and FREEDOM and that it's not completely unconstitutional and exactly the opposite of what he preaches.They think that teaching Creationism is about "educational freedom" (seriously, that's the term I have seen). The "brains" of DR PAUL fans are some kind of fake Libertarian doublespeak dystopian portal to Hell.I do give them credit for being involved in politics. I don't give them credit for being able to think for themselves. They usually can't come up with their own arguments and rely on posting articles to say it for them. They are usually Austrian School zombies. The Austrian School is the Creationism of Economics. For those who can speak for themselves and don't rely on other people's words, it's a scary jumble of hard-to-discern logical fallacies. Usually several in combination, with the most popular being "begging the question". Geez. What a mess.


Ron Paul borrows heavily from the tactics that con men and scam artists use to win the trust of really stupid people who believe themselves to be really smart.

One of those tactics is to convince the sucker that you are literally the only person on Earth who can be trusted, and anyone who disagrees is out to get you. And you see it all the time. "Ron Paul is the only man who can save America! Ron Paul is the only man who cares!" It's the same tactic used by guys like Kevin Trudeau: Convince people that you have all the answers, and that all the answers are incredibly simple and easy to understand, and the only reason these answers aren't being implemented right now is because there's a massive conspiracy to keep you down.

This type of scam job tends to feed on people with a superiority complex, who want to convince themselves that they're naturally better than the rest of the population and can see things that the rest of the population can't (see: the emperor's new clothes).

On top of that, the gold standard proposal is essentially a promise of something for nothing, activating the greed centers of the brain that shuts of rational thinking. Any person who upholds the gold standard will implicitly believe that a gold standard will improve his quality of life. What they never quite explain is where these improvements come from. Funny thing is that all the arguments for the gold standard assumes that the average person have ready access to gold, which would require far more gold than is currently in circulation. Even if this was physically possible (and it isn't), such a massive increase of the gold supply would undermine the very scarcity that gives it worth. Of course, Paulbots never get to this point, because all they see are dollar signs.
 
2012-05-17 06:17:20 AM  

schrodinger: apoptotic: The fact that this article has more comments than the previous 6 combined just shows the fact that Ron Paul is winning, can win and will win. And journalists like Alex Altman will go in prison once things turn around. -SlickR

I want to see a debate, if you could even call it that, between SlickR and the two guys who think Time Magazine is in bed with the CIA and/or The Fed. I'd love to hear more about how RON (Freedom!) PAUL is going to imprison journalists. The logic behind that must be amazing.


Ron Paul tried to sue Youtube videos for violation of trademark because they used the phrase "Vote Ron Paul" without his permission. The video never claimed or implied to be part of Ron Paul's official campaign. Simply using "Vote Ron Paul" was grounds for a lawsuit. Think about that.

Link


What the fark? Why? What this is, I don't even.

FFS, how could any supporter of RON PAUL have a problem with someone saying "Vote Ron Paul" in a video?

At the end of the video, the anonymous videomakers had endorsed Paul, but some conspiracy-minded folks insisted that they were really working for Huntsman and staging an elaborate ruse to put up a video that looked bad about Huntsman to have that backfire on Ron Paul.

Well, don't I look silly now.

/Yeesh.
 
2012-05-17 06:32:24 AM  

LordJiro: Ooh, can't wait 'til all the Paul fans swarm this thread and tell us how RON PAUL is the best thing since the invention of the orgasm.


Which was invented by RON PAUL
 
2012-05-17 06:37:49 AM  
This is lame.

And I hate to break it to you guys, but Rand Paul is already prepping for his 2016 run. Ever since his dad slowed his campaign down, everyone's been pushing this one rand paul 2016 page, including his brother Robert, a Senate candidate from Texas, who I'm assuming he talks to on occasion. It is the newer, smaller Rand Paul 2016 page, which I found interesting. When I noted this on their wall, how everyone was pushing it and how interesting it was that they'd push that specific page and did they know something I didn't, they deleted my post and blocked me. That "grassroots" page is run by someone who isn't quite sure what the term "grassroots" means, I think.

CNN had an article the other day where someone close to Rand said for a presidential run he wouldn't get the support of the anti-war left like his dad does, but that's okay because that's not a bad group to lose the support of. Then those stupid gay marriage comments he made... he's said before that the government shouldn't be involved in marriage and now all the sudden he's some hero of the religious right and a great many RonPaul supporters are dropping their support of him. Not only that, but he seems okay with this considering that he seems fine to let everyone assume that he would support a gay marriage ban.

I guess my point is that Rand may not be his dad, but he's pretty much the same in all the ways that's going to piss you off. And he's going to be running in 2016 on a more traditional, derp-filled Republican platform. I am still hoping that Ron gets the nomination this year, but if you've already written him off, then enjoy that feeling for now because in 2016 Rand is going to be leading his own Paul bots, and they're going to be twice as annoying at the originals.
 
2012-05-17 06:41:41 AM  

rynthetyn: Hey, that's not fair to Chairman Mao, unlike RON PAUL, Mao actually ran something. He ran China badly, no doubt,


Really? No doubt that Mao ran China badly? I'd say he ran it pretty good, in that he put it on the path to becoming the superpower it is today.
 
2012-05-17 06:41:56 AM  
It doesn't take 3 or 4 pages to figure it out.

Paul mouthed off about wanting to eliminate taxes and decriminalize marijuana, causing a massive confusion cum among Randroids and stoners, ensuring their fanatical devotion. Add to that to the states rights mantra, a favorite of the Confederate supporters during the Civil War, by the way, and he also gets support of the white supremacist crowd, which has an unusually strong Internet Tough Guy following.

Within one speech, he's able to excite three of the loudest and most annoying elements of the internet community.

Plus, he's obscure enough so that his supporters seem edgy and cool when they try to say everyone else "just doesn't get it."

Question, though, Paultards. Why are you so fanatical over a guy who constantly badmouths the federal government, but has been collecting a government check for 24 years and worked feverishly to get his son into the same racket?
 
2012-05-17 06:46:36 AM  
to go further back, this gem from 4 years ago

Churchill2004:im farking drunk off my arse ignore me plz ok good i think ron paul is stil the best fark allt he rest ron paul i sthe lasdt best hope for liuberty and the us constitution, see?all thje others only have their plciticale xpediedncy inm ind- Ron paul has the actual US constitution and the pricniples this nations was founde on as his guyde- as evidwenced by the faact that he has upheld the constituoin )of course there are areas here the constitution providw leewqay within the politicial system= aobortion for one) but more important than any of that is the fact tht the constitution has been trampled and Ron paul is the only current presidential canidate within lth major parties tahat supprots the constituions as written. rpeiod. vote ron paul.
!!!!!!


it's like the ultimate fark comment - absolute certainty that one is conveying some deep and eloquent shiat, while spraying complete nonsense - that it's paultardarific is just bonus territory.
 
2012-05-17 06:48:52 AM  

Nishu: enjoy that feeling for now because in 2016 Rand is going to be leading his own Paul bots, and they're going to be twice as annoying at the originals.


it certainly undermines Paulites that they're only really interested in Rand Paul because he's Ron's son.
 
2012-05-17 06:50:05 AM  

FeedTheCollapse: Nishu: enjoy that feeling for now because in 2016 Rand is going to be leading his own Paul bots, and they're going to be twice as annoying at the originals.

it certainly undermines Paulites that they're only really interested in Rand Paul because he's Ron's son.


SHOW RON W. PAUL SOME RESPECT!
 
2012-05-17 06:50:43 AM  
I got s pal who hates career politicians.

Her supports Ron Paul.

Who has evidently never held public office.
 
2012-05-17 06:52:54 AM  

FeedTheCollapse: Nishu: enjoy that feeling for now because in 2016 Rand is going to be leading his own Paul bots, and they're going to be twice as annoying at the originals.

it certainly undermines Paulites that they're only really interested in Rand Paul because he's Ron's son.


Perhaps you forgot the part where I mentioned how Ron's people are walking away from him. Even before then, he didn't enjoy that much of their support. A great many of them think that he's just another neocon. Not only that, he almost seems to be alienating them intentionally.
 
2012-05-17 06:53:43 AM  

ghare: I got s pal who hates career politicians.

Her supports Ron Paul.

Who has evidently never held public office.



Congressman is just his side project to delivering babies and writing newsletters.
 
2012-05-17 06:55:32 AM  
The Vulcan male must endure Ron Paul every seventh year of his adult life.
 
2012-05-17 06:58:37 AM  

Nishu: FeedTheCollapse: Nishu: enjoy that feeling for now because in 2016 Rand is going to be leading his own Paul bots, and they're going to be twice as annoying at the originals.

it certainly undermines Paulites that they're only really interested in Rand Paul because he's Ron's son.

Perhaps you forgot the part where I mentioned how Ron's people are walking away from him. Even before then, he didn't enjoy that much of their support. A great many of them think that he's just another neocon. Not only that, he almost seems to be alienating them intentionally.


hm, I haven't been under that impression. I'm sure his comments about Obama's gay marriage announcement didn't help him, but by and large it seemed like the Paulites who at least recognised that Ron's delegate run probably wouldn't amount to anything we're gunning on Romney choosing Rand.
 
2012-05-17 07:03:48 AM  
So Paul announces he is no longer actively campaigning for meaningless straw poll popularity contests and is instead working on securing delegates to the convention. - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.
 
2012-05-17 07:08:23 AM  

o5iiawah: So Paul announces he is no longer actively campaigning for meaningless straw poll popularity contests and is instead working on securing delegates to the convention. - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.


Basking in the adulation of the Paultards without a hope in hell of winning a damn thing?
 
2012-05-17 07:13:41 AM  

heap: to go further back, this gem from 4 years ago

Churchill2004:im farking drunk off my arse ignore me plz ok good i think ron paul is stil the best fark allt he rest ron paul i sthe lasdt best hope for liuberty and the us constitution, see?all thje others only have their plciticale xpediedncy inm ind- Ron paul has the actual US constitution and the pricniples this nations was founde on as his guyde- as evidwenced by the faact that he has upheld the constituoin )of course there are areas here the constitution providw leewqay within the politicial system= aobortion for one) but more important than any of that is the fact tht the constitution has been trampled and Ron paul is the only current presidential canidate within lth major parties tahat supprots the constituions as written. rpeiod. vote ron paul.
!!!!!!

it's like the ultimate fark comment - absolute certainty that one is conveying some deep and eloquent shiat, while spraying complete nonsense - that it's paultardarific is just bonus territory.


It seems to be written in some variant of Middle English, too.
 
2012-05-17 07:29:14 AM  

o5iiawah: So Paul announces he is no longer actively campaigning for meaningless straw poll popularity contests and is instead working on securing delegates to the convention. - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.


This is a great example of the Cult of Personality around RON PAUL.

Paul and his supporters portray him as a unique champion of liberty. The proclaim that his campaign is powered by common people. Yet when RON PAUL publicly turns his back on actually convincing people to vote for him in favor of making deals with party activists in smoke filled rooms, his supporters not only happily go along with it, they proclaim that that's always what RON PAUL stood for.
 
2012-05-17 07:32:15 AM  

vygramul: DeltaPunch: I've never seen the word "commentariat" before, but kudos to whoever coined it. It applies very well to the Ron Paul crowd, especially when they keep coming up with gems like this:

"Ron Paul as President means that Global Banking Elite will lose money, so he's being Blacked-out by the MIC Media. Paul's 'weaknesses' are his strengths, actually, you big Fart!"

I'm sure the Free Market will fix it.


We are sorry. All our invisible hands are currently occupied stroking billionaire's dicks. Please call again at another time.
 
2012-05-17 07:32:16 AM  

o5iiawah: - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.


Yeah... losing.
 
2012-05-17 07:36:22 AM  

o5iiawah: So Paul announces he is no longer actively campaigning for meaningless straw poll popularity contests and is instead working on securing delegates to the convention. - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.


Provide a pointless distraction? Yes. Yes he will.
And I approve.
The more he succeeds in discrediting himself and his own idiotic ideas, the better, and as a bonus he may hurt the Republicans. It all looks good from where I sit.
 
2012-05-17 07:40:59 AM  

Philip Francis Queeg: Paul and his supporters portray him as a unique champion of liberty. The proclaim that his campaign is powered by common people. Yet when RON PAUL publicly turns his back on actually convincing people to vote for him in favor of making deals with party activists in smoke filled rooms, his supporters not only happily go along with it, they proclaim that that's always what RON PAUL stood for.


What are you talking about? We've always been at war with Eastasia.
 
2012-05-17 07:41:07 AM  

Philip Francis Queeg: o5iiawah: So Paul announces he is no longer actively campaigning for meaningless straw poll popularity contests and is instead working on securing delegates to the convention. - or as I like to say: he will continue to do what he has been doing all along.

This is a great example of the Cult of Personality around RON PAUL.

Paul and his supporters portray him as a unique champion of liberty. The proclaim that his campaign is powered by common people. Yet when RON PAUL publicly turns his back on actually convincing people to vote for him in favor of making deals with party activists in smoke filled rooms, his supporters not only happily go along with it, they proclaim that that's always what RON PAUL stood for.


it also comes off as revisionism to try to hand-wave away Ron Paul not being a hit among the popular vote.
 
2012-05-17 07:42:07 AM  
I absolutely love Paultard threads. I find it incredibly amusing to see Paultards going on the defensive, trying to unconvincingly attribute their undiluted adulation for their lord and savior to deductive thinking, rather than what it really is; sheer fanaticism based on an absolutely delusional amount of intellectual vanity.

RON PAUL ain't winning shiat, and thank FSM for that. Any crazy old coot that bases his entire ideology on an incredibly warped, revisionist sense of history does not need to run as much as a lemonade stand, let alone the largest economy and military in the world. He can't even run his own newsletter well enough to keep racist propaganda out of it (that's the best case scenario, provided the old coot didn't write that shiat himself) nor his own campaign well enough to keep separatists, white supremacists and other undesirables from being directly involved, and you expect me to think he has any kind of administrative skill? I guess he just wants to make Government so small there literally isn't a goddamn thing left to run.

I am particularly amused to see Paultards trying to attribute the current wave of pro marriage equality sentiments to RON PAUL, conveniently forgetting his position has always been that it's a "state rights issue", which, ironically, is the exact same Obama had up until last week. And see, that's the huge, glaring discrepancy that I see with RON PAUL's ideology - that for all his talk of civil liberties, freedom, constitutionality and all that bullshiat, he seems to just want to bring the trampling of your liberties down to a state level. That's all.

If you find RON PAUL to be a step in the right direction, if you find his candor and honesty refreshing but are still conscious of the deep flaws in his way of thinking, I can wholeheartedly agree with you. But you assholes that think this guy walks on water can eat a bag of dicks. Your "revolution" is inevitably going to be derailed as soon as someone lights the first joint.

/dog woke me up at 3 AM.
 
2012-05-17 07:42:42 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-05-17 07:44:13 AM  
Seriously though, RON PAUL fans are basically six-year-olds who still believe in Santa Claus.
 
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