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  1. EN
    EN December 29, 2011 1:15 pm

    Thanks for that. The RNC is going over the edge in it’s attacks on Paul. It’s disgusting that the RNC/RINO/Elite Repukes, are using the tactics of the Democratic party. You can smell their fear in the wind.

  2. UnReconstructed
    UnReconstructed December 29, 2011 1:19 pm

    As I watch the dog and pony show unfold, I find it really hard to understand how the American publick can be so f*&^%ng stupid as to allow these warmed over hacks time on TV, let alone actually considering them for the presidency.

    They are scared. To see a Stalinist like Gingrich try to smear Dr Paul is almost amusing.

    You can see how scared they are by the vehemence of the attacks on Dr Paul.

    Some racist. Maybe that little shot has backfired.

    This alone gives me a teeny ray of hope…..if the fix was in, the heavyweights wouldn’t be wasting their valuable airtime on hurting Dr Paul.

    yes…..I sent money to his campaign. Nothing quite like truth to send those vile vampires shrieking back to the shadows from whence they crawled.

    Thanks for the linky Claire…….

  3. Claire
    Claire December 29, 2011 2:59 pm

    UnReconstructed and EN — Amen. And UnReconstructed, thanks for donating to get that story on the air.

    Even a lot of us who aren’t Ron Paul supporters in the political sense have a stake in upholding this decent and honorable man’s reputation. I agree; the attacks on him now that he’s “top tier” have gone way over the top.

    It’s great to see the Rs and Ds in such a panic. It’s sickening to see them take it out on him via distortions and outright panic-mongering.

  4. Lynn Swearingen
    Lynn Swearingen December 29, 2011 3:42 pm

    If you’ve been watching, every individual “in the lead” gets some type of smear campaign.

    Watch out –

    Santorum is out of the 1% (must be the Bright Orange NRA cap),

    Romney (aka Helmet Hair) is inching back towards the top,

    GingRICH’s lobbying from the early 90’s (not to mention his discarding spouses like condoms fly out the window in Red Light District) is rebounding in the MSM,

    Cain – well – once TPTB trotted out a (and I quote) “Woman of Color” with accusations (who also was being accused of a Lesbian relationship at the same time) – down he went in flames,

    Huntsman ala skunk-hair aka can’t grab his bleep with either hand – seems to be trolling for tourism at this point,

    “Bend-Over-Bachman” of Patriot act fame would just nuke anyone who breathes wrong to prove she’s got a pair under that tailored skirt.

    Pistol Packing Perry would ensure we all are as successful as HE is – without the power of course.

    …so for me – that leaves Dr. Paul.

    I suppose 4 more years of what we have vs 4 more years of what we had before is about all we can expect.

  5. Ken K
    Ken K December 31, 2011 10:47 am

    Ron Paul’s Constitutional Ghost Dance is just false hope just like with the NA’s back in the 1870s. The old republic is dead, so let go. Make a separate peace with the world as it is and as best you can. That’s all you can do. Voting for Paul is just foolishness”

    “Constitutionalists look upon law as the word-magic of lawyer-necromancers who draw their wizardly powers from grimoires, from books of magic spells they have selfishly withheld from the people. Constitutionalists have extracted from these books — from judicial opinions, from the Constitution, from legal dictionaries, from the Bible, from what-have-you — white magic with which to confound the dark powers of legislation, equity, and common sense. Never mind what words like “Sovereign Citizen” or “Lawful Money” mean — what does “abacadabra” mean? — it’s what they do that counts. Unfortunately, Constitutionalist words don’t do anything but lose court cases and invite sanctions. Constitutionalism is the white man’s version of the Ghost Dance. But believing you are invulnerable to bullets puts you in more, not less, danger of being shot.”

  6. Claire
    Claire December 31, 2011 10:56 am

    I expect most here would agree with those sentiments, Ken K. The Ghost Dance analogy is interesting.

    And I know that Paul — a good man — deliberately put himself into a dirty business. Still … I think that video is well worth a contribution just to counter the over-the-top hate being spewed at Paul by his fellow Rs. A whole lifetime of evidence says Paul is probably less of a racist than the whole bunch of his competitors strung together.

    And I do find Paul’s rise entertaining — and heartening for reasons having nothing to do with putting any hopes in the old, dead, deceptive political process.

  7. Mike Matalucci
    Mike Matalucci January 2, 2012 8:15 pm

    It totally sickens me that the corporate media whores have been able to place this racist and anti-Semitic banner on Paul. All one has to do is look at his CONgressional record, read any of his books, or listen to any of his speeches to know that this man has very honorable intentions (for a politician). The news media is now completely, 100% useless in my mind. I had a Social Science teacher in Junior High School that said, a free press is necessary for a free society.

    Of course, I partially blame Rockwell for not manning-up and coming forward. Especially when so many at his institution support a Paul presidency.

    I will be voting for Paul. I will use the only weapon that this coercive government allows me to use; the ballot.

    “In truth, in the case of individuals, their actual voting is not to be taken as proof of consent, even for the time being. On the contrary, it is to be considered that, without his consent having ever been asked, a man finds himself environed by a government that he cannot resist; a government that forces him to pay money, render service, and forego the exercise of many of his natural rights, under peril of weighty punishments. He sees, too, that other men practise this tyranny over him by the use of the ballot. He sees further that, if he will but use the ballot himself, he has some chance of relieving himself from this tyranny of others, by subjecting them to his own. In short, he finds himself, without his consent, so situated that, if he use the ballot, he may become a master; if he does not use it, he must become a slave. And he has no other alternative than these two. In self-defence, he attempts the former. His case is analogous to that of a man who has been forced into battle, where he must either kill others, or be killed himself. Because, to save his own life in battle, a man attempts to take the lives of his opponents, it is not to be inferred that the battle is one of his own choosing. Neither in contests with the ballot — which is a mere substitute for a bullet — because, as his only chance of self-preservation, a man uses a ballot, is it to be inferred that the contest is one into which he voluntarily entered; that he voluntarily set up all his own natural rights, as a stake against those of others, to be lost or won by the mere power of numbers. On the contrary, it is to be considered that, in an exigency, into which he had been forced by others, and in which no other means of self-defence offered, he, as a matter of necessity, used the only one that was left to him.”

    – Lysander Spooner

    (sorry for the long quote)

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