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Hooker - 2012-11-03
The most ridiculous part of this ad is history remembering Ron Paul.
memedumpster - 2012-11-03

The Chinese Overlord is incorrect in his premise, great nations do not fall, but keep telling yourself that you didn't buy cheap a shithole loser state full of cartoon fucking retards that will never pay off, not in a thousand years, China.

Also, what's a Ron Paul? That's an odd name for a Chinese man.
Blue - 2012-11-03
In the future Ron Paul is very famous in China. He alone had the foresight to come up with a plan that would obviously save the country.

He alone saw that the crisis needed a man that had the guts to talk about basic functions of the government as though he was a comedian pretending not to understand airline peanuts.

What is the deal with the government spending money? Couldn't they spend less money? Why don't they?

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-11-03
Yep, totally a dupe. I'll just abstain from voting.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-11-03
What chaps my hide about this is the cheerful desire to maintain the empire, without any moral concerns whatsoever about imperialism, as well as being so completely divorced from any sense of history as to applaud being an empire.

You'd ask any one of these sheepfuckers if they're Christian, and most of them will say yes. Never you mind that the major political moral of the Christian gospels is to be wary of imperialism entirely.
memedumpster - 2012-11-03
We're in a terrible place in history where we've run out of places to go and found new countries, so now the empires can't be escaped and must be dealt with.

Especially since everyone hates goddamned outer space.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-11-03
In space, no one can hear you spend money.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-11-03
Christianity also preaches against greed and wealth, being offended if someone practices a different religion, public displays of piety, etc.

Those claiming to be Christian have found work-arounds for just about every immoral act they'd care to commit.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2012-11-03
If the Chinese win in the future, how come they're speaking English?
Pillager - 2012-11-03
To better gloat over their pale, white slaves.


Pillager - 2012-11-03
This is rich.

China may own 10% of our debt, but they need us to actually buy their crap.

What kills me is that an evolution denying, isolationist who wants to return to the gold standard, is hailed as our only hope. I'd be worried if they weren't the laughing stock of the GOP.
Syd Midnight - 2012-11-09
Evolution is scary when you're one of the less adaptable subspecies. It gets tougher and tougher to belittle those who, by your own predictions, threaten to replace you barring some miracle or catastrophe. Especially if you also apply some neo-Darwinian mindset to economics where competition means the winner is obviously superior.

Fortunately, the Paul camp has some experience in painting whole races of people as lazy, corrupt, and inferior, while also claiming that they control all the worlds governments, militaries, wealth, schools, resources, media, etc. Because they're lazy and weak and evil, but relentless, tireless, and cunning.

Fear the Invisible Hand of the gene pool.

Urkel Forever - 2012-11-03
I've seen this add on TV, but it isn't a Ron Paul ad. It is a Koch Brothers organization, Americans for Prosperity, who run it. I'm not sure how this version came to be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pdDcMPO _-TA&noredirect=1#!
Koda Maja - 2012-11-03
I like that the premise of this ad takes it as a given that Ron Paul won't be elected and his ideas will be largely ignored.

At least he's a realist.
The God of Biscuits - 2012-11-04
More like a Ron Paul campaign subtract, if you ask me.
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