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3:32 pm - Wed, Sep 5, 2012
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imaginaryimageblog:

ron paul strapped into a child’s carseat, kicking his legs

8:32 pm - Sat, Apr 21, 2012
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paxamericana:

paxamericana:

I’m posting this mostly for myself so I can have a handy link whenever I (foolishly) decide to debate Ron Paul supporters.

The Newsletters:

How Ron Paul used racist newsletters to wipe out debts, get rich

Every good blog needs one of these on it.
12:28 am - Sun, Mar 11, 2012
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anticapitalist:

“I’m a pizza who likes Ron Paul”

YES YES YES

This is a huge breakthrough for the Ron Paul candidacy. This slice of pizza has more credibility than most people that support him and its a huge step in the right direction for a man that only controls the vote of stoners on the internet and white supremacists.

(Source: anticapitalist, via oriolewithoutorgans-deactivated)

8:36 pm - Mon, Feb 13, 2012
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libertariancuber:

The faith I follow and the beliefs I hold disallow the following:
War
Roads
Corn
Giving money to the unemployed/sick/old
Roads
Regulating air travel
Regulating what goes in food
Roads
Green energy
Marriage
Roads
Basically all regulation
and Roads
So government cannot force me to pay for these things because if violates my faith or beliefs? Awesome.

Its really cute how Paulbots hate public roads so much. Like they’re the antichrist and its dragging our country into turmoil. Also, have fun with your leaded plastic products, rat chunk cheerios, increased air craft fatalities, and taking care of grandma and grampa because they don’t have social security.

libertariancuber:

The faith I follow and the beliefs I hold disallow the following:

  • War
  • Roads
  • Corn
  • Giving money to the unemployed/sick/old
  • Roads
  • Regulating air travel
  • Regulating what goes in food
  • Roads
  • Green energy
  • Marriage
  • Roads
  • Basically all regulation
  • and Roads

So government cannot force me to pay for these things because if violates my faith or beliefs? Awesome.

Its really cute how Paulbots hate public roads so much. Like they’re the antichrist and its dragging our country into turmoil. Also, have fun with your leaded plastic products, rat chunk cheerios, increased air craft fatalities, and taking care of grandma and grampa because they don’t have social security.

(Source: anxietyblogger, via salutationsbitches)

8:44 am - Mon, Jan 30, 2012
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cognitivedissonance:

livealifethatscompletelyfree:

Gawker.com via Washington Post

The Washington Post is out with an excellent update on the history of the racist, homophobic, survivalist, nutcase newspapers that were published under his name in the 80s and 90s, which comes awfully close to confirming the most likely version of the story: He may not have written every word of them, but he sure signed off on them and wanted them written that way to pick up more subscribers and make more money.

The Post quotes Renae Hathaway, a Paul supporter and former secretary at Ron Paul & Associates, the company that published them, saying, “It was his newsletter, and it was under his name, so he always got to see the final product. . . . He would proof it.” Ouch.

And who could confirm that Paul was behind the editorial decision to make his newsletters so offensive? The head of the most prominent libertarian think tank in Washington D.C. should suffice:

Ed Crane, the longtime president of the libertarian Cato Institute, said he met Paul for lunch during this period, and the two men discussed direct-mail solicitations, which Paul was sending out to interest people in his newsletters. They agreed that “people who have extreme views” are more likely than others to respond.

Crane said Paul reported getting his best response when he used a mailing list from the now-defunct newspaper Spotlight, which was widely considered anti-Semitic and racist.

Let’s throw in one more anonymous source for kicks:

A person involved in Paul’s businesses, who spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid criticizing a former employer, said Paul and his associates decided in the late 1980s to try to increase sales by making the newsletters more provocative. They discussed adding controversial material, including racial statements, to help the business, the person said.

It’s a welcome reminder that the libertarian movement that’s now headquartered in lush glass, brick, and steel think tanks and research centers, populated by savvy young intellectuals, made its money in the early years by pandering to deep-pocketed extremist lunatics. This history doesn’t set it apart from that of many other proud American institutions, but after years of hearing petulant neener-neeners from all libertarians about how they’re the only group in American politics that lives and dies by profound moral principles and nothing else, let’s send a hearty neener-neener back their way.

But if you’re already dedicated to Ron Paul’s campaign, who cares? The goal here is to use the first viable libertarian candidacy in a major political party in some time to pick up enough delegates in nominating contests to matter, mathematically, and then leverage that into a major convention speech, insertion into the party platform, or role in playing kingmaker to the eventual nominee. The specific nominee’s editorial history from decades back — which wasn’t that different from the mainstream Republican party’s at the time — needn’t derail that. It’s just an icky compromise every supporter will have to make. (Neener neener.)

But he’s not racist right?

Opportunism of the worst kind? Hmmm…. 

4:20 pm - Sun, Jan 22, 2012
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Openly supporting anarchy is the equivalent of openly denouncing logic.

Anarchy doesn’t work. Saying otherwise is nothing short of a personal ignorance to historical proof.

4:09 pm
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8:22 am
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We quadrupled the TSA, you know, and hired more people who look more suspicious to me than most Americans who are getting checked… Most of them are, well, you know, they just don’t look very American to me.

Ron Paul, on the TSA hiring more minorities. He is racist scum. (via shitthatronpaulsays)

What the fuck are ‘Americans’ even supposed to look like, anyway?!

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White. Duh.

(Source: shitthatlibertarianssay, via democratsaresexier)

11:28 pm - Thu, Jan 19, 2012
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Who knew? Thats 154%. We democrats are at a real disadvantage here…

Who knew? Thats 154%. We democrats are at a real disadvantage here…

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