Hypocrite Alert: Ron Paul is on Social Security!

  • STEIN: A bit of a personal question then, are you on Social Security? Do you get Social Security checks?
  • PAUL: I do.
  • STEIN: Well, I mean, is there — you just told younger generations that they should ween themselves off this social contract.
  • PAUL: That is true.
  • STEIN: But you haven’t done it yourself…Don’t you think you chould have set a good example for the future generations. You’re not the wealthiest man in congress, I know that, but you have enough means to take care of yourself in retirement…Couldn’t you have set an example?
  • PAUL: No. I think the programs are so designed, just as I use the post office too, I use government highways, I do that too, I use the banks, the federal reserve system, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t work to remove this in the same way on Social Security.

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"Jamie Kelso and American Third Position Hacked and Destroyed; Private Emails Expose Blatant Racism and Ties to Ron Paul" -I love Anonymous hackers!

That’s right! Anonymous hacked into a major white supremacist network to reveal…

  • Several thousand private forum messages
  • personal emails
  • internal organization notes
  • names, phone numbers, home addresses
  • other info about all members & supporters
    
    
AND!. ..


-"A disturbingly high amount of members who are also
involved in campaigning for the one and only Ron Paul."

*GASP!*


"According to messages, Ron Paul has regularly met with
many A3P members, even engaging in conference calls with
their board of directors.
Ron Paul's racist politics and affiliations are already
well known, being viciously anti-immigrant, anti-abortion
and against gay marriage -- not to mention having authored
the racist "Ron Paul Papers" and receiving financial support
from other white power groups (pictured with Don Black
from stormfront.org) Hard to believe Ron Paul draws some
support from the left and the occupation movements,
especially now that it is confirmed Ron Paul hangs out with
straight up racist hate groups.

We put extra effort in ruining the life of A3P
webmaster Jamie Kelso. On top of being on the board of
directors of A3P, former $cientologist, and high ranking
Ron Paul organizer, he also is the account owner
of german nazi forums and store nsl-forum.org,
rhs-versand.com. We went ahead and wiped those
websites off the internet as well, dumping private messages
and order information. Aside from us releasing his information
such as his social security number, address, resume and
private discussions, we also heard some folks went on a joyride
with Kelso's credit card and made some lulzy purchases, including
sex toy purchases and making donations to
the Anti Defamation League and many others. Oops. We call upon not only other antifascists but all those opposed
to white supremacy to utilize this information and make hell
for these white nationalist scumbags. It is essential if we wish
to live in a world free from oppression to expose and confront
racists at their jobs, their schools, at their homes and in the streets."

Oh dear Ronnie..
This does not surprise me one bit. You see folks,
it's more than just the newsletters, the KKK
campaign coordinator (Randy Gray) and the miles of other
disturbing skeletons in Ronald's closet.
Ron Paul is definitely not the person that so many would like
to think he is. It's rather sad that some people are
still in such deep denial about it.
~All the fabulous details
are right here:
http://american3rdposition.com/
but I'm sure you Paul fans will muster up some
ridiculous excuse from of your forums.

Sad..
..Welp! *ENJOY THE READ SUCKERS!
BAAAAAHAHHAHHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!
p.s- 7% in Florida.. Pfffffffffft..AAHAHHAHHAHHA!

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So Ron Paul DID Know All About Racist Newsletters-

"The most obvious news alert of the week, Ron Paul’s former secretary, who supports his candidacy for President, admits Ron Paul knew all about those racist newsletters."

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Ron Paul Supporter Likes The Way Paul Tells It Like It Has No Chance Of Being.
RICHMOND, IN—Self-proclaimed strict constitutionalist and freethinker  Rick Crawford told reporters Monday he is supporting Ron Paul in the  2012 Republican presidential primaries because of the way the candidate  looks people directly in the eye, doesn’t mince words, and tells it like  it will never, ever be in a million years. “Ron cuts right through the  fat and doesn’t sugarcoat anything when he talks about policies that  would be absolutely impossible to implement, like abolishing the federal  income tax, eliminating Medicare, or putting the nation’s currency back  on the gold standard,” Crawford said as he pounded a hand-painted “Ron  Paul 2012” sign in his front lawn. “He’s not afraid to give Americans  no-nonsense straight talk about his completely delusional fantasy world.  That’s why I’m part of the highly unlikely Ron Paul revolution.”  Sources close to Crawford’s family said his wife supports Mitt Romney  because of the way he tells it like people want to hear it.
http://www.theonion.com/articles/ron-paul-supporter-likes-the-way-paul-tells-it-lik,27138/
~ I don’t think Paultards will get it, which makes this article even better. BAAHAAHA!

Ron Paul Supporter Likes The Way Paul Tells It Like It Has No Chance Of Being.

RICHMOND, IN—Self-proclaimed strict constitutionalist and freethinker Rick Crawford told reporters Monday he is supporting Ron Paul in the 2012 Republican presidential primaries because of the way the candidate looks people directly in the eye, doesn’t mince words, and tells it like it will never, ever be in a million years. “Ron cuts right through the fat and doesn’t sugarcoat anything when he talks about policies that would be absolutely impossible to implement, like abolishing the federal income tax, eliminating Medicare, or putting the nation’s currency back on the gold standard,” Crawford said as he pounded a hand-painted “Ron Paul 2012” sign in his front lawn. “He’s not afraid to give Americans no-nonsense straight talk about his completely delusional fantasy world. That’s why I’m part of the highly unlikely Ron Paul revolution.” Sources close to Crawford’s family said his wife supports Mitt Romney because of the way he tells it like people want to hear it.

http://www.theonion.com/articles/ron-paul-supporter-likes-the-way-paul-tells-it-lik,27138/

~ I don’t think Paultards will get it, which makes this article even better. BAAHAAHA!

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Post subject: Ron Paul Praises Anti-Semitic Magazine. I’m guessing this is because he loves Jews, right?.

-Exactly.

http://www.dancarlin.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=1&p=361046

"Apparently, Ron Paul enjoyed a good antisemitic magazine in the 1970s called The American Mercury. He enjoyed one particular issue so much, he felt compelled to write a thank you note on his Congressional stationary. That issue gracing the Ron Paul throne room circa 1979 contained articles such as: "You Can’t Escape the Kosher Food Tax", "Are You Ready for the White Man’s Doomsday", and "Racism—Black African Style". This magazine was published by the Holocaust denier Willis Carto. Those of you who pay attention might remember that this is the same Willis Carto about whose "literature" Ron Paul once bragged he received most of his financial and popular support.

Of course, it could be that Illumanati time travelers once again traveled back in time to make it appear like Ron Paul has a past indicative of a huge racist. So we might never know. I mean.. who are you going to believe — Ron Paul, or your lying eyes?

I realize it’s difficult for certain volk to actually read sources. So, here you go!”


Keep on making us proud Ron!.. You charming old peace maker, you..

But most importantly, go play in traffic. xox

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TWO THINGS..
GAWKER posted a "Make Your Own Racist Newsletter with Our Magnetic Ron Paul Kit" which is pretty much brilliant!
Energized by The New Republic’s new excerpts from the racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic conspiracy newsletter published (though not specifically authored) by Ron Paul in the early 1990s? Disappointed that they’re no longer being  published? Unable to hire Lew Rockwell to write most of it for you? Fret  not, alternate Vince Foster death theory enthusiasts: just use the  Gawker-brand Ron Paul Magnetic Newsletter Kit to make your own!
http://gawker.com/5876945/make-your-own-racist-newsletter-with-our-magnetic-ron-paul-kit
and..
One People’s Project notes that Ron is still taking campaign contributions from white supremacists.
Remember in 2008 when Ron Paul was catching hell for accepting a $500  donation from Stormfront owner Don Black? Well since that time Virginia Abernethy,  board member and currently vice-presidential candidate of the White  Supremacist political party American Third Position (A3P) has donated  over $4000 to Rep. Paul, $2275 for his currently presidential campaign  alone. To all his supporters trying to defend him against the racism  charge, it just got harder. 
Despite the controversy that had arisen in in Presidential run in 2008  from accepting a campaign donations from white supremacists, Congressman  Ron Paul (R-TX) is again receiving donations from those circles, most  notably from a longtime supporter who serves on the board and is also  the vice-presidential nominee of a political party whose mission  statement states they “will provide the leadership and representation  demanded by the majority white American population.”Virginia  Abernethy a retired college professor who is closely associated with the  white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, contributed a total  $2275 last year to Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign, according to  Federal Election Commission records. Beginning in May, her last  contribution was in September.In June, Abernethy joined the board of American Third Position (A3P), which was founded in May 2009 as the “Golden State Party” by a  California neo-Nazi group called Freedom 14, who changed their name and  reorganized after their former chairman Tyler Cole was revealed to have  been a convicted felon. Political Cesspool host James Edwards, who is  also a supporter of Rep. Paul and was once supposed to have him on as a  guest on his show in 2006, is also a board member. On Jan. 12, A3P announced that Merlin Miller is their nominee for President with Abernethy as his  running mate. “Each nation has the right to maintain the identity upon  which it was founded,” A3P said in a press release. Our slate of  candidates is morally, ethically and intellectually above those offered  by the Democrats or Republicans.”Abernethy has donated to Rep. Paul and his son Rand in the past. She contributed a total of $2500 to Rep. Paul’s presidential campaign in 2008 as well as $500 to Rand’s successful run for Senator of Kentucky in 2010, as did A3P Chairman William Johnson in 2009.  She has also donated to Pat Buchanan’s 2000 presidential campaign as  well as to a 1999 congressional run for Christina Jeffrey, who in 1995  was fired as the House of Representatives historian by then-Speaker Newt Gingrich  when she that complained Nazi views weren’t represented in a Holocaust  course. During the holiday season, the New York Times wrote an article about Rep. Paul that addressed controversial newsletters that was  racially charged and the support from white supremacists that he had  enjoyed in the past, noting the $500 donation to his 2008 run that he  received from Stormfront owner Don Black. In it, it was noted that Paul  did not explicitly disavow their support, saying, “If they want to  endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do  with endorsing what they say.” 
http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=940:ron-paul-is-still-taking-campaign-contributions-from-white-supremacists&catid=29:antifa-news&Itemid=14
In conclusion..
BAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!
p.s- HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TWO THINGS..

GAWKER posted a "Make Your Own Racist Newsletter with Our Magnetic Ron Paul Kit" which is pretty much brilliant!

Energized by The New Republic’s new excerpts from the racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic conspiracy newsletter published (though not specifically authored) by Ron Paul in the early 1990s? Disappointed that they’re no longer being published? Unable to hire Lew Rockwell to write most of it for you? Fret not, alternate Vince Foster death theory enthusiasts: just use the Gawker-brand Ron Paul Magnetic Newsletter Kit to make your own!

http://gawker.com/5876945/make-your-own-racist-newsletter-with-our-magnetic-ron-paul-kit

and..

One People’s Project notes that Ron is still taking campaign contributions from white supremacists.

Remember in 2008 when Ron Paul was catching hell for accepting a $500 donation from Stormfront owner Don Black? Well since that time Virginia Abernethy, board member and currently vice-presidential candidate of the White Supremacist political party American Third Position (A3P) has donated over $4000 to Rep. Paul, $2275 for his currently presidential campaign alone. To all his supporters trying to defend him against the racism charge, it just got harder.

Despite the controversy that had arisen in in Presidential run in 2008 from accepting a campaign donations from white supremacists, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is again receiving donations from those circles, most notably from a longtime supporter who serves on the board and is also the vice-presidential nominee of a political party whose mission statement states they “will provide the leadership and representation demanded by the majority white American population.”

Virginia Abernethy a retired college professor who is closely associated with the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, contributed a total $2275 last year to Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records. Beginning in May, her last contribution was in September.

In June, Abernethy joined the board of American Third Position (A3P), which was founded in May 2009 as the “Golden State Party” by a California neo-Nazi group called Freedom 14, who changed their name and reorganized after their former chairman Tyler Cole was revealed to have been a convicted felon. Political Cesspool host James Edwards, who is also a supporter of Rep. Paul and was once supposed to have him on as a guest on his show in 2006, is also a board member. On Jan. 12, A3P announced that Merlin Miller is their nominee for President with Abernethy as his running mate. “Each nation has the right to maintain the identity upon which it was founded,” A3P said in a press release. Our slate of candidates is morally, ethically and intellectually above those offered by the Democrats or Republicans.”

Abernethy has donated to Rep. Paul and his son Rand in the past. She contributed a total of $2500 to Rep. Paul’s presidential campaign in 2008 as well as $500 to Rand’s successful run for Senator of Kentucky in 2010, as did A3P Chairman William Johnson in 2009. She has also donated to Pat Buchanan’s 2000 presidential campaign as well as to a 1999 congressional run for Christina Jeffrey, who in 1995 was fired as the House of Representatives historian by then-Speaker Newt Gingrich when she that complained Nazi views weren’t represented in a Holocaust course.

During the holiday season, the New York Times wrote an article about Rep. Paul that addressed controversial newsletters that was racially charged and the support from white supremacists that he had enjoyed in the past, noting the $500 donation to his 2008 run that he received from Stormfront owner Don Black. In it, it was noted that Paul did not explicitly disavow their support, saying, “If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say.” 

http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=940:ron-paul-is-still-taking-campaign-contributions-from-white-supremacists&catid=29:antifa-news&Itemid=14

In conclusion..

BAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!

p.s- HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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TNR Exclusive: More Selections From Ron Paul’s Newsletters

http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/99666/ron-paul-newsletters-part-two?page=0,0

"Ron Paul has recently suggested there was only a “total of about eight or ten sentences” of “bad stuff” in the newsletters that he regularly used to publish under his name. This assertion was patently false: As TNR has shown, the newsletters contained dozens of statements marked by bigotry and conspiratorial thinking. In light of Paul’s continuing evasions about the newsletters, and with hopes of clarifying the matter definitively, TNR is now making more of them available.”

~ OH HEY! Just reading through more Ron Paul propaganda. You know.. The racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, conspiracy building shit newsletters that he published and made million from for over 30 years? Yeah, those.

The Newly released Ron Paul newsletters so far include the following pressing issues:

  • Why white Americans should be able to discriminate against “the blacks” and “gays.”
  • How programs and facilities designed to increase racial integration pose a threat to “the average white American” and their taxes.
  • The injustice of not allowing citizens to "discriminate in renting or otherwise." (P.s-When Paul says "The Civil Rights Act infringed on property owners rights & was unconstitutional," he means “The right of business owners to deny services to people based on sexuality, race, gender or religion is unconstitutional.”)
  • Why gay people should be oppressed.
  • The secret truth about AIDS being airborne. How to treat a person with AIDS, and the evil conspiracy behind forcing doctors to work on AIDS patients.
  • Why Nazis and Germany rule.
  • Why Israel, Zionists and Muslims suck.
  • The Clintons and all the Jews that love them.
  • Why white people in South Africa deserve their own homeland.
  • Why Nelson Mandela is evil.
  • Things that make Ron Paul upset, like when the media speaks out against known racists and bigots. (*Oh the irony..)
  • The truth about the Oklahoma City bombing, the Branch Davidians, and other batshit crazy cult/cnspiracy busllshit.
  • Gold
  • AND..
  • Other highly entertaining nonsense that no person pf sound mind would ever think, say or write. - Ever.

Yes.. I know Paul fans:

"HE DIDN’T WRITE THEM AND THERE’S PROOF!!"

"THE BIG GOV REPTILIAN MARXIST SOCIALIST NEO-CON ZIONIST PRO BIOTIC ACROBAT AMOEBIC MEDIA CONTROLLED LAME STREAM SHEEP DOG PEOPLE ARE  SMEARING HIM!!!"

"GANDHI QUOTE!!!"

*I’ll finish reading the rest of the newsletters later because my head is about to explode.

p.s- I’m glad Ron Paul is old and I will leave it at that.. (plus the dick eating- he should continue doing that.)

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"Ron Paul Did Not Vote for MLK Day"- TheRoot.com
"In a blog entry at Atlantic magazine, Ta-Nehisi Coates examines GOP presidential contender Ron Paul’s House  voting record and determines that he did not cast a vote in favor of MLK  Day. Coates conducted the research after a rumor erupted on Twitter  during the GOP debates in New Hampshire on Saturday that Paul voted in  favor of the legislation.
… But first here’s Ron Paul on Martin Luther King Day in his newsletters:
"Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for Martin  Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a  Congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank  him for our annual Hate Whitey Day."
… Paul’s supporters link to his Yea vote on this 1979 bill as evidence that he supported an MLK Holiday:
"TO AMEND H.R. 5461, MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY, BY DESIGNATING  THE THIRD MONDAY IN JANUARY RATHER THAN JANUARY 15 AS THE LEGAL  HOLIDAY." 
But this actually isn’t the bill for the holiday. The text  doesn’t even claim that. More importantly, the date is wrong. This vote  was taken on December 5, 1979. The vote for the King holiday was actually taken on November 13, 1979:
The bill was called up in the House on Tuesday, November 13, 1979  … When the final vote was taken, 252 Members voted for the bill and  133 against — five votes short of the two-thirds needed for passage.
I’m sorry to report that one of those Nay votes, as you can see here, was cast by one Ronald Paul. I’m sorry to further report that Paul again voted no on the 1983 bill that passed.” via- http://www.theroot.com/buzz/ron-paul-did-not-vote-mlk-day?wpisrc=root_more_news
So who exactly is govtrack.us?
According to the webiste, it was launched in 2004 by Joshua Tauberer as a hobby. It enables it’s users to track the bills and votes of members of U.S Congress, allowing the users to check voting records and attendance relative to peers. http://www.govtrack.us/about.xpd
-Here’s the thing.
GovTrack is not an official government website nor is it affiliated with government or the library of congress.
GovTrack is paid though advertising.
GovTrack misrepresents itself as being the absolute source for voting records and information, which it is not.
GovTrack does not report 100% accurate information regarding Ron Paul and are inconsistent with the actual records of the Library of Congress, news reports and newspaper articles relating to these specific times/events.
Anyone can look up these records via the Library of Congress, which posts all these records online already. http://www.loc.gov/index.html
There is no reason to use a third party to get the information.
"I’m a civic hacker, which means finding creative technological solutions to real world problems." - Joshua Tauber
Tauber is also a longtime Ron Paul supporter and campaign donor. GovTrack is now a company that is run by many people who do in fact post correct information tracking actual votes, but not all of their information is truthful or consistent with actual findings. Why? You’ll have to ask the "civil hacker"/Ron Paul fan who owns the company for that answer.
There’s a difference between civil hacking and criminal hacking but Paultards just don’t get it. Much like Ron Paul, they too have a nasty reputation. They seem to have a habit of lying, and using botnet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botnet to spam the web with fake support, statistics & fake information about their cult leader, Ron Paul Manson. As with any other cult member, a Paultard will go to great lengths in effort to defend/excuse King Ron Paultard, often times crossing the line in desperation.
Some Examples Of Paulbot Hacking & Spamming:
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/no-doubt-nicole-scherzinger-twitter-accounts-hacked-20120111 
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=076_1194268772 
http://www.dailypaul.com/63052/someone-hacked-bill-oreillies-website 
http://www.cnbc.com/id/21257762/An_Open_Letter_to_the_Ron_Paul_Faithful
http://www.kansascurmudgeon.com/?p=85
So when it comes to honest records about Ron Paul, govtrack.us is not the answer. You’ll notice when Paultards try to disprove negative facts about his crappy record, they’ll direct you to a post on govtrack.us as "proof" but if you go straight to the source, you’ll see it’s a lie. http://www.loc.gov/index.html
Another good resource is http://www.votesmart.org/about/history for honest tracking of voting records, attendance, and evaluations.

"Ron Paul Did Not Vote for MLK Day"- TheRoot.com

"In a blog entry at Atlantic magazine, Ta-Nehisi Coates examines GOP presidential contender Ron Paul’s House voting record and determines that he did not cast a vote in favor of MLK Day. Coates conducted the research after a rumor erupted on Twitter during the GOP debates in New Hampshire on Saturday that Paul voted in favor of the legislation.

… But first here’s Ron Paul on Martin Luther King Day in his newsletters:

"Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for Martin Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a Congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank him for our annual Hate Whitey Day."

… Paul’s supporters link to his Yea vote on this 1979 bill as evidence that he supported an MLK Holiday:

"TO AMEND H.R. 5461, MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY, BY DESIGNATING THE THIRD MONDAY IN JANUARY RATHER THAN JANUARY 15 AS THE LEGAL HOLIDAY."

But this actually isn’t the bill for the holiday. The text doesn’t even claim that. More importantly, the date is wrong. This vote was taken on December 5, 1979. The vote for the King holiday was actually taken on November 13, 1979:

The bill was called up in the House on Tuesday, November 13, 1979 … When the final vote was taken, 252 Members voted for the bill and 133 against — five votes short of the two-thirds needed for passage.

I’m sorry to report that one of those Nay votes, as you can see here, was cast by one Ronald Paul. I’m sorry to further report that Paul again voted no on the 1983 bill that passed.” via- http://www.theroot.com/buzz/ron-paul-did-not-vote-mlk-day?wpisrc=root_more_news

So who exactly is govtrack.us?

According to the webiste, it was launched in 2004 by Joshua Tauberer as a hobby. It enables it’s users to track the bills and votes of members of U.S Congress, allowing the users to check voting records and attendance relative to peers. http://www.govtrack.us/about.xpd

-Here’s the thing.

  • GovTrack is not an official government website nor is it affiliated with government or the library of congress.
  • GovTrack is paid though advertising.
  • GovTrack misrepresents itself as being the absolute source for voting records and information, which it is not.
  • GovTrack does not report 100% accurate information regarding Ron Paul and are inconsistent with the actual records of the Library of Congress, news reports and newspaper articles relating to these specific times/events.
  • Anyone can look up these records via the Library of Congress, which posts all these records online already. http://www.loc.gov/index.html
  • There is no reason to use a third party to get the information.

"I’m a civic hacker, which means finding creative technological solutions to real world problems." - Joshua Tauber

Tauber is also a longtime Ron Paul supporter and campaign donor. GovTrack is now a company that is run by many people who do in fact post correct information tracking actual votes, but not all of their information is truthful or consistent with actual findings. Why? You’ll have to ask the "civil hacker"/Ron Paul fan who owns the company for that answer.

There’s a difference between civil hacking and criminal hacking but Paultards just don’t get it. Much like Ron Paul, they too have a nasty reputation. They seem to have a habit of lying, and using botnet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botnet to spam the web with fake support, statistics & fake information about their cult leader, Ron Paul Manson. As with any other cult member, a Paultard will go to great lengths in effort to defend/excuse King Ron Paultard, often times crossing the line in desperation.

Some Examples Of Paulbot Hacking & Spamming:

So when it comes to honest records about Ron Paul, govtrack.us is not the answer. You’ll notice when Paultards try to disprove negative facts about his crappy record, they’ll direct you to a post on govtrack.us as "proof" but if you go straight to the source, you’ll see it’s a lie. http://www.loc.gov/index.html

Another good resource is http://www.votesmart.org/about/history for honest tracking of voting records, attendance, and evaluations.

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"Greater Access To Birth Control Makes A ‘Mockery’ Of Christians" -Ron Paul
http://thinkprogress.org/health/2011/10/06/338285/ron-paul-greater-access-to-birth-control-makes-a-mockery-of-christians/
“Not all Americans are comfortable with the Obama  administration’s decision to mandate coverage of birth control and  morning-after pills, and the considerations of these people, many of  them Christian conservatives, are worthy of careful consideration — not  mockery.” -Ron Paul
“Many, like me, view this rigid regulatory overstep from which there is  inadequate opportunity to self-exempt as payback to Planned Parenthood  and big pharmaceutical companies for their support of Obamacare. Many others oppose it out of strict moral conviction, and  their voices should be heard at least to the extent that an authentic  opportunity to exempt be provided.” -Ron Paul
Ron Paul is all for “Liberty” and “Freedom” but not for all people.
I find it interesting that he supports prostitution but opposes a woman’s right to her own sexual & reproductive health. He sponsors bills into congress & signs pledges to to abolish Roe vs. Wade, but he does not approve of birth control, or gay adoption. - I’m sure that’s a great solution in an alternate world, but in reality, it’s hypocritical as hell! Even Ayn Rand would oppose of this bullshit and I guarantee she would not support Ron Paul’s brand of Libertarianism.
But hey, keep on supporting him ladies! Lets take this country back!!..
*NOTE: You’ll be taking it WAY back, like 20-30 years to a time when women had no protective rights & couldn’t vote, but go on with your bad self! 
In conclusion, Ron Paul is a hypocritical, jackass with an inflated ego who should seriously go fuck himself with a cactus.
~xox~

"Greater Access To Birth Control Makes A ‘Mockery’ Of Christians" -Ron Paul

http://thinkprogress.org/health/2011/10/06/338285/ron-paul-greater-access-to-birth-control-makes-a-mockery-of-christians/

  • “Not all Americans are comfortable with the Obama administration’s decision to mandate coverage of birth control and morning-after pills, and the considerations of these people, many of them Christian conservatives, are worthy of careful consideration — not mockery.” -Ron Paul
  • “Many, like me, view this rigid regulatory overstep from which there is inadequate opportunity to self-exempt as payback to Planned Parenthood and big pharmaceutical companies for their support of Obamacare. Many others oppose it out of strict moral conviction, and their voices should be heard at least to the extent that an authentic opportunity to exempt be provided.” -Ron Paul

Ron Paul is all for “Liberty” and “Freedom” but not for all people.

I find it interesting that he supports prostitution but opposes a woman’s right to her own sexual & reproductive health. He sponsors bills into congress & signs pledges to to abolish Roe vs. Wade, but he does not approve of birth control, or gay adoption. - I’m sure that’s a great solution in an alternate world, but in reality, it’s hypocritical as hell! Even Ayn Rand would oppose of this bullshit and I guarantee she would not support Ron Paul’s brand of Libertarianism.

But hey, keep on supporting him ladies! Lets take this country back!!..

*NOTE: You’ll be taking it WAY back, like 20-30 years to a time when women had no protective rights & couldn’t vote, but go on with your bad self!

In conclusion, Ron Paul is a hypocritical, jackass with an inflated ego who should seriously go fuck himself with a cactus.

~xox~

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Ron Paul reminds me of the villain who gets the hood taken off at the end of Scooby Doo
Jimmy Kimmel

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