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Comment count is 27
spikestoyiu - 2011-12-29
This rapid-fire screaming surely will change everyone's mind! Everyone loves to be yelled at!
charmlessman - 2011-12-29

Riskbreaker - 2011-12-29
Exactly what makes these people think Ron Paul is the messiah of politics, besides being crazy simple-minded fools? Or i guess it's just that? Not even kids who believe in santa are this naive.
Xenocide - 2011-12-29
Because he's an OUTSIDER who's going to BRING DOWN THE ESTABLISHMENT and then he'll CHANGE AMERICA via such methods as GETTING RID OF FOOD INSPECTION.

Also in his newsletter he used to offer HELPFUL TIPS on how to SHOOT A BLACK PERSON AND GET AWAY WITH IT. NOT JOKING.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-12-29
20 years of listening to Rush Limbaugh tell them that there are absolutely no options outside of the Republican party combined with a creeping realization that their own collective arrogance, sloth and greed leading to a swift and rapid decline within their own lifetimes had led a vast number of them to retreat into a fantasyland wherein they can not only have their Republican messiah but also restore public services they're going to need very quickly whilst simultaneously continuing to decry infrastructure spending and necessary tax increases.

Oh, and black man is scary.

Syd Midnight - 2011-12-29

dr_rock - 2011-12-29
cognitivedissonance: king of the run-on sentence.

Five for IN YOUR FACE!!

Paracelsus - 2011-12-29
Specifically, I don't think that many people who support Ron Paul have seriously examined his claims or his past associations. They latch on to a phrase like, 'go back to the gold standard', without realizing what a crazy, stupid idea that is. They want zero entitlements without realizing that entitlements are to some degree necessary and humane. They observe a calcification in national politics and jump at an alternative that seems good but in actual practice would be a disaster. They've jumped at product C because they're mad at product A and can't bear to be associated with product B. Also, they're buttholes.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-12-29
I'm proud to be the king of the run-on sentence.

dek863 - 2011-12-29
pineapplejuicer - 2011-12-29
I really enjoy this guy despite not agreeing with him about anything
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-12-29
You mad bro?
Xenocide - 2011-12-29
This guy's been doing his trying-too-hard-methed-up-angry-guy bit for years. What's amazing is that the routine hasn't changed in the slightest. He has dozens of videos and they're all pretty interchangeable. He's the Daniel Songer of Youtube politics.

themilkshark - 2011-12-29
This guys is proving that Ron Paul is not a viable Republican candidate. Not to mention, he's wrong about everything he claims.

Sorry dude but you're the only bobblehead I've seen.
mon666ster - 2011-12-29
I look forward to this video being remade with James Lorinz from Frankenhooker.
Caminante Nocturno - 2011-12-29
Ron Paul supporters are anarchists who are too stupid to realize it.
Mother_Puncher - 2011-12-29
I'm not sure why I hate this guy much. Maybe it's because this guy yells at me about stupid shit to try to get me motivated to "think for myself" as if I can't already do that and then sits and breathes heavily at me with a smug look on his face like he just changed my life.
Pillager - 2011-12-29
Sorry dude, anyone who Stormfront would endorse is not going to win.

StanleyPain - 2011-12-29
I love how, in their zeal to defend their idol, Paultards don't seem to understand how their arguments play out in the real world.

So....Ron Paul DIDN'T write the racist screeds. Instead, someone else, employed by Paul wrote them? And he wasn't aware of this? And he didn't know the newsletter was for a white power cause? AND he didn't know who he was shaking hands with he did those photo ops with the white power guys?
I mean...they're painting a picture of someone who is so woefully incapable of keeping track of what's going on in their political career that they either are inept on an epic scale OR doesn't really care. Boy, sure sounds like a great antidote to "usual" politics.

Riskbreaker - 2011-12-29

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-12-29
I'm curious if they hold other politicians to account for the speeches they give (not really, since they do, like everyone else) even though most of the time the speaker didn't write a single word of it.

Mother_Puncher - 2011-12-29
I worked with a guy who was a trendy tea party activist but also a blubbering manbaby. I brought up the Palin interview good and he spun it saying it was at fault of her speech writers and she was unprepared to do an interview about something as simple as her personal opinions and ideals. So no, they blame other people who work for them. Politicians aren't paid to think, they are apparently paid to just follow orders.

It's a stupid-as-fuck defense to protect those politicians from being held accountable for their bad mistakes.

Paracelsus - 2011-12-29
He certainly cannot win. Lots of reasons. Whether it's the product of an elaborate media conspiracy or not, his platform isn't well known and, where it is known, resonates only with a narrow segment of voters. He's correctly regarded as a bit of a crackpot because he is the kind of man who can tell you with a straight face that the U.N. will take away your guns. His associations are troubling to say the least. But I'm starting to believe that the final measure of any modern presidential campaign is its ability to handle and maneuver the media, and he does not do that well. Even if he did, he's a media attack strategist's wet dream, with all the nutty baggage. Even better than Newt.

kingofthenothing - 2011-12-29
the guy in the video has a history of being dead wrong and screaming about how he just knows he's right. He's been doing it for years.

Riskbreaker - 2011-12-29
"I'm not saying you have to vote for the guy"

"Well, i won't"

grimcity - 2011-12-29
When did John Turturro get so political?
Rudy - 2012-01-03
"What's next!"?

Creepy staring and labored breathing.
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