Tag Archives: Ron Paul

Ron Paul Vs. Newt Gingrich

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Iowa Caucus Religion Poll

Ron Paul has most of the non-religious.

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Ron Paul: Obama Is Assassinating U.S. Citizens For Terrorism

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Ron Paul On DADT: Straight Soldiers Cause More Problems Than Gay Ones

“Well, like I said, everybody has the same rights as everybody else, so homosexuals in the military isn’t a problem. It’s only if they’re doing things they shouldn’t be, if they’re disruptive. But there’s men and women getting into trouble with each other too. And there’s a lot more heterosexuals in the military, so logically they’re causing more trouble than …

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Ron Paul & ACLU Denounce U.S. Killing Of American Al-Qaeda Terrorist

Both the ACLU and Ron Paul have come out strongly against the killing of America-born Al-Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, whose car was struck with a U.S. drone missile two days ago. Paul calls the attack a “sad precedent” in American history. “He was born here,” said Paul. “He is an American citizen. He was never tried or charged with any …

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From His Own Unmoving Lips

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Barry Manilow Endorses Ron Paul

This has got to be one of the most unexpected endorsements of the season. Grammy award-winning musician Barry Manilow told The Daily Caller that he agrees with “just about everything” 2012 Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul says, calling him a “solid” contender for the highest office in the land. “I like him. I like what he says, I do. …

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Ron Paul Fanboy Explains DUI Rights

A man arrested for DUI after testing at four times the legal limit goes on a drunken Ron Paul-citing rant about his constitutional rights. Obviously, the producer of this segment is not a Ron Paul fan.

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New From Ron Paul

Just beamed down from Paul’s flying saucer.

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Tweet Of The Day – Lizz Winstead

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Biggest Applause Line At CNN’s Teabagger Debate: Let The Uninsured Die!

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Paulites Freep MSNBC Debate Poll

The dependable fans of whackadoodle Ron Paul freeped the fuck out of MSNBC’s poll on last night’s debate winner.

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Attack Ad: Ron Paul Vs. Rick Perry

“America must decide who to trust: Al Gore’s Texas cheerleader or the one who stood with Reagan.” Ooh, kitty gotz claws!

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Rep. Ron Paul To Retire From House

Rep. Ron Paul says he’s not going to run for reelection to his U.S. House seat as he pursues the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. “Paul’s decision marks somewhat an end of an era for the congressman, who’s been elected to a combined 12 terms in Congress. During that time, he’s been an obstinate voice for the more libertarian wing of …

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Ron Paul On Legalizing Drugs

At last night’s GOP debate, Ron Paul hit one of the few libertarian themes with which we can agree, much to the initial dismay but eventual support of the audience.

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Ron Paul: Get Government Out Of Marriage

And yet he goes on to defend DOMA.

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Vice President Jesse Ventura

Former Minnesota governor, pro wrestler, and 9/11 truther Jesse Ventura says he’d consider running for vice president on a ticket headed by Libertarian whackadoodle Rep. Ron Paul. Ventura claimed that he would never run as a Republican or Democrat. “They are the problem, not the solution. We need to abolish political parties in this country,” he said in the Good …

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Chart Of The Day

According to a “Christian preferences” poll on prospective 2012 GOP candidates, the outlook is bleak for unseating Barack Obama.

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Ron Paul Forgets He Hates Gay Marriage

Speaking before Iowa’s anti-gay group Family Leader, Rep. Ron Paul said that “states have have a right” to establish same-sex marriage. That prompted a Paul aide to rush forward to remind the libertarian whackadoodle that he actually supported the ouster of Iowa’s Supreme Court justices. Last week he also condemned Obama’s decision on DOMA.

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GOP 2012 Favorables/Unfavorables

Nate Silver: It does look like Republicans have some legitimate reason to worry. In the previous five competitive primaries — excluding 2004 for the Republicans, when Mr. Bush won re-nomination uncontested — each party had at least two candidates whose net favorability ratings were in the positive double digits, meaning that their favorables bettered their unfavorables by at least 10 …

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