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Alex Jones Calls Out Ron Paul -- Paulbot Mutiny

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Cavalry Doc, Jun 9, 2012.

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  1. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpoizaEBr98"]Ron Paul, Don't Destroy Yourself - YouTube[/ame]

    He tears Ron and Rand a new one...... Demands Public Statement from Paul to explain himself.

    You need to see the whole thing. He thinks Ron has sabotaged the Delegate secret agents.
     
  2. G29Reload

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    Wow….even RP can't be be good enough at being RP to please the bots.

    He must hate the Constitution or something.:rofl:
     


  3. eracer

    eracer Where's my EBT?

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    He's calling for a run as an Independent.
     
  4. JBnTX

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    Ron Paul has finally realized which side of the butter has the bread on it and he's looking out for Ron Paul.

    Ron Paul has dumped his sycophant supporters like the useful idiots they are.

    Alex Jones is a typical Ron Paul supporter who refuses to accept the fact that Ron Paul has been rejected by the American people. The race is over, Ron Paul lost.

    All the Ron Paul supporters can do now is to bad mouth Romney and the republicans and try to derail any republican victory out of spite.

    Just because their side lost, Ron Paul's supporters would rather see Obama get re-elected, than to join forces with republicans and defeat Obama in November.

    Their battle cry will now be the usual dribble about how America is over, America is doomed and we're headed for some terrible financial collapse.

    Ron Paul is finally going away.
    Hopefully his supporters will too.

    ..
     
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  5. G29Reload

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    Yep. If they won't be realistic, he will.

    This alex jones critter is a fool. It's over pal.

    The overarching fact that all the bots are in denial on is:

    There are ONLY two choices.

    There is no other option. Third party? You've got to be kidding. That's about as deluded as a crackpot like Gary Johnson.

    Let's see. Run in a major party, fail to attract more than say, 8% on average, fail to excite a majority with all the media coverage, debates, conventional advertising, fundraising, and completely fail there, so,

    with no money left, become even more obscure and desperate, trying to WIN A MAJORITY OF THE COUNTRY so that you can SUCCEED and TAKE THE OATH OF OFFICE by being an asterisk, a footnote with out an ice cube's chance in hell. No support, no money, no one cares. A statistical blip on the radar.

    In order to have a "revolution", people have to show up. FAIL.
     
  6. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    Paul is telling the delegate secret agents to be polite.

    He's probably trying to get some planks into the platform. We'll have to see if they F it up for him and Rand.
     
  7. JBnTX

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    Ron Paul should take whatever scraps the GOP throws him, and be thankful for them.
     
  8. G29Reload

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    Between the upcoming SCOTUS decision on healthcare, the bots at the convention, and Obama's concession/explanation speech on why he lost, along with the fall campaign generally, next 4 1/2 months are going to be VERY entertaining.
     
  9. GAFinch

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    Right now, Republicans like Rand and hate Ron and his supporters. Willingly or not, this is out of a thorough understanding of Ron's platform. People have been trying to say for months that Ron is accepting defeat and instead is building a legacy for Rand to get Libertarian planks discussed in Republican ranks. Amazing how mainstream neocons saw this coming before Ron's prophet Alex did.

    OWS riots are about to get bigger.
     
  10. Sam Spade

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    "not going down on the Ron Paul ship..."

    Obama listens to Alex Jones. Who knew?
     
  11. G-19

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    I could not have said it better.

    Ron dropped out because he saw he was losing and did not want to hurt Rand's political career. He probably encouraged Rand to support Romney to save his career. The way I see it RP is not any different that any other politician, they are only in it for themselves, family and friends. I find it hilarious that the Paulbolts now have to face the fact that their messiah is just another typical political hack.

    Hey, it's not to late. Maybe the Paulbots can get Jesse Ventura to run as their candidate. Just think "Venturites".
     
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    That is because he realizes that anything his delegates do will ultimately reflect on his boy. Right or not, anything they do in his daddy's name will reflect on Rand.
     
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  13. Cavalry Doc

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    There are an awful lot of people from the Paul camp tossing Rand under the bus over his endorsement.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGfcS6NkiAY"]Lew Rockwell: Ron Paul and Rand Paul are different - YouTube[/ame]

    Many are threatening to toss Ron Paul under the bus if he endorses Romney. It will all be very fun to watch.
     
  14. G-19

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    No, it will be down right hilarious.
     
  15. JBnTX

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    Lew Rockwell!...:rofl::animlol:

    He's Ron Paul's biggest disciple.
     
  16. JBnTX

    JBnTX Texas

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    Where are the Paulbots?

    For once, I'm interested in their thoughts on Rand Paul endorsing Romney.

    If Ron Paul should endorse Romney also, will the Paulbots quit their trashing of Romney and the republican party, and get on board the GOP bandwagon?
     
  17. G-19

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    Pretty much sums up the Paulbots.

    [ame]http://youtu.be/MMzd40i8TfA[/ame]
     
  18. The Machinist

    The Machinist No Compromise

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    Not on your life. This is what you Romneybots don't understand. It's not about Ron Paul. It's about our God-given freedom being stolen from us. Ron Paul could hold a press conference tomorrow, denounce everything he's ever said, heartily endorse Mittens, and my views on liberty versus authoritarianism wouldn't change. You won't find a single Paul supporter here who will say otherwise.
     
  19. JBnTX

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    What God given freedom has been stolen from you?

    You live in the freest country on Earth.

    The majority of people on this planet would laugh at you, and say you've got nothing to complain about.
     
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  20. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    There will be some. Absolutes don't work well with humans.
     
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