While I agree with Ron Paul and mostly everything economically, this is why I would NEVER support him in any kind of election. The despicable Ron Paul used the 12th anniversary of 9/11 to blame America. In a tweet, Paul says 9/11 is a blowback from decades of US intervention in the middle east. This is complete and utter bullsh*t, but I’m sure Paulbots will defend it.
9/11 was a tragedy of blowback from decades of US intervention in the Middle East. Don’t allow a second round! #StayOutOfSyria
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) September 11, 2013
It’s stuff like this that worried me about Rand Paul if he runs for president in 2016. Just how much of his crazy, blame America father really inside of him? We’ve had a blame America first president since 2009, we don’t need anymore.
My reasons for wanting to stay out of Syria are simple. We don’t have the money, and there is no way in hell I want to see american blood shed for al-Qaeda terrorists who killed us on 9/11/01 and 9/11/12. 9/11/01 was before Bush’s Iraq war. The blaming US ‘intervention’ crap is getting beyond old. Kind of like, Ron Paul.
If you read this site long enough you’ll know I’m not exactly a fan of Ron Paul. I agree with him on many things, but strongly disagree on others. Still, when Ron Paul owns a hypocritical MSNBC hack like Alex Wagner, I always enjoy it. From the network founded on racism, race hustling, and antisemitism, Alex Wagner decided to whine about Ron Paul speaking to a Catholic ‘peace’ group. Ron Paul wasn’t having any of Wagner’s crap and destroyed her. Notice the graphic described Ron Paul by MSNBC as ‘Father of the Fringe.’
|Ron Paul destroys MSNBC hack Alex Wagner|
OpenSecrets.org is a legit site and they have nothing to gain by spreading a false story about Ron Paul. If it’s true that Ron Paul presidential campaign tried to buy endorsements in the Iowa Caucuses, they may damage his son more than anything. I don’t know why Paul would have to buy endorsements as they mean little anyway. According to Open Secrets:
Ron Paul announced that he will launch something called ‘Ron Paul’s America,’ starting in March. Ron Paul’s America will be a twice daily, one-minute radio commentary.
Rand Paul’s political future may hinge on how people judge him based on his father’s political career. After today’s disgusting tweet by Ron Paul claiming that murdered sniper Chris Kyle that ‘he who lives by the sword dies by the sword,’ Breitbart sought a comment from his son Rand Paul. Here is what his response was:
“Chris Kyle was a hero like all Americans who don the uniform to defend our country. Our prayers are with his family during this tragic time.”
This really surprises me from Ron Paul. He follows the constitution, unlike 99.9% of current US politicians. But his statement about Chris Kyle’s death of ‘he who lives by the sword dies by the sword’ is as disgusting as it is surprising. Ron Paul isn’t some hippie liberal who’s never served his country in the military, Paul served as a flight surgeon in the United States Air Force from 1963 to 1965 and then in the United States Air National Guard from 1965 to 1968.
When it comes to foreign issues, i rarely if ever agree with anything Ron Paul says. On fiscal matters however, I almost always agree with Ron Paul. His latest statement that says the country is broke and already over the so called fiscal cliff is dead on accurate as far as I’m concerned.
Ron Paul offered spot to speak at RNC convention – denies it because he wouldn’t fully endorse Mitt Romney
I said that Ron Paul should be offered a speaking spot at the RNC convention, and at least he was offered one. But Ron Paul turned down the chance to speak because he wouln’t ‘fully’ endorse Mitt Romney for president. Not a surprise really, he didn’t endorse McCain in 2008 either. It’s not likely that any of his rabid supporter would be willing to support ‘neo-con’ Romney anyway.
This is ironic as it gets. You have Jewish Democrats supporting the most anti-Israel president in the history of this country, and now they whine about a Ron Paul tribute at the GOP convention? At first when I heard about this Ron Paul tribute, I kind of scratched my heads. Paul supporters hate Mitt Romney with a passion, and despite the consequences of possibly electing the Marxist Obama for another disastrous term, they wouldn’t vote for Romney anyway. Yet now that these hypocritical Jewish Democrats are whining about the tribute, I’m not convinced that it was the right thing to do.
Ron Paul’s audit the Fed bill is expected to die in the Senate because of cowardly Democrats (and probably some Republicans) who wouldn’t dare want to expose the corruption going on in the Federal Reserve. But in the House, Paul’s bill passed easily with 327 votes, getting nearly half of all Democrats voting in favor. One cowardly Republican voted against the audit the Fed bill. The corrupt Democrats who are against Ron Paul’s ‘audit the Fed’ bill claim it will politicize monetary policy. The one cowardly Republican who voted against this bill was none other than Anthony Weiner’s replacement, Bob Turner. Don’t matter, with the gerrymandering done by Cuomo, his time in the House is done, and there is no way he will win his Senate bid.
A Ron Paul supporter named Thomas Massie got almost as big of a percentage of the vote in a the Kentucky District 4 Republican primary as Obama did in his Democrat primary. The difference? Obama had to battle “Uncommitted” as his only challenger while Thomas Massie had to beat six other Republican challengers for his primary win.
Ron Paul who said yesterday he will no longer spend money on his campaign. Paul has not suspended his campaign, and is still technically running, but he realizes that he wouldn’t get enough delegates to become the nominee regardless if he stayed in the race or not. Ron Paul isn’t stupid. He knows that he can bring a lot of enthusiasm to the GOP ticket this fall, if they adopt some of his domestic policies. Ron Paul also wants to give a big speech in Tampa at the convention this summer. That’s why he left the door open to endorsing Mitt Romney, and ruled out endorsing Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson for president.