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2012 Republicans will bite the dust

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Yessir How High, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Yessir How High

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    http://lewrockwell.com/orig13/glenn-j1.1.1.html

    This might be, like a long read for many of you republicans, since there is no reference to the

    flag, God, empire, or guns

    but it is an article that clearly explains how 2012 will be a redux of the McCain fiasco of 2008.

    Many of the conservative (young) republican voters of this country have figgered it out. Not only that but the liberty leaning democrat voters would also take a leap for Dr. Paul, but, instead we will be, once again, faced with a choice between Globalist Candidate 1 versus Globalist Candidate 2.

    Problem is...................all the socialist, welfare sucking, democrats and many of their dead relatives will vote for BO.

    There you have it.

    McCain redux.

    stand by for another 4 years.

    You did it to your selves.

    My pain is that I have to put up with it.

    Yessir How High
     

  2. engineer151515

    engineer151515

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    Ron Paul polls nationally at what . . .14 to 15 percent at best.

    Thank goodness he is not the Republican candidate.
     
  3. BlownFiveLiter

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    I think that figure is inflated by 10%.
     
  4. I'm just wondering who will be this year's big mouth Barbie.
     
  5. countrygun

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    Ah another paulbot, Meadow Muffin, thread.

    In this one, if I get it, the Republicans (as a whole) were baaaaaad boooys because they didn't vote for someone they didn't want, because if they had, democrats would have jumped ship and voted for the "true conservative" but they are not going to vote for Romney because he isn't conservative enough for the people that voted Obama into office.


    Alllllllllright, which one of you spiked the Paulbot's kool-aid?, c'mon, jokes involving drugging people are in bad taste.
     
  6. herose

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    I just forced myself to read the entire article linked by the op. Gave me a headache. What a convoluted, fairy tale of a story. I can't believe people actually believe this crap. Paulbots are strange people indeed.

    If indeed we end up with another 4 years of Obamanation it will be in part because of all the "I'm just not going to vote" people or "I'm still going to write in Ron Paul" people. So therefore

    You did it to yourselves.

    My pain is that I have to put up with it.
     
  7. Strange bedfellows! Libertarians and Liberals BOTH want us to vote for Paul! What does that say?


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  8. JBnTX

    JBnTX Bible Thumper

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    What makes Ron Paul think that the republican party owes him anything?

    He's not a republican and he has done everything possible to undermine the republican's chances of defeating Obama.

    If the GOP stole the nomination from Ron Paul, then I say, "good job GOP".
     
  9. The Machinist

    The Machinist No Compromise

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    It'll be because people are sick of being told they have to throw out their entire belief system, and vote for liberal fags like Romney. The days of the RINOs are over. You had your fun.
     
  10. GAFinch

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    Yeah, but you're missing the other layer of the thread. The OP says that we were too dumb to not vote for RP, then warns us that the linked article might be too intellectual for our dumb hick minds. Typical liberal arrogance.
     
  11. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    Last edited: Aug 8, 2012
  12. countrygun

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    Funny thing, a couple of months back I said that the tactics of the Paulbots were way too close to those of the liberal left and people didn't want to agree:dunno:
     
  13. automatic slim

    automatic slim Walmart Shopper

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    Thanks. Saved me the time.:wavey:

    I'm still voting for the ham sandwich.....that is, if a ham sandwich has a chance to beat the One, that's my vote.
     
  14. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
     
  15. Yessir How High

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    I was expecting some kind of reasoned opposition to my post.

    Never Mind.

    It's like pi$$ing into the wind.

    Yessir How High
     
  16. Snowman92D

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    Don't lose heart. One day after the Anarchic Apocalypse comes we'll finally wise up and bring our troops home from the Middle East and legalize drugs, just as the saintly Dr. Paul counselled us to do. Then the World will love us....as long as we hate ourselves. It will be Nirvana. :notworthy: