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Desc:Teabaggery abounds.
Category:News & Politics
Tags:republicans, debate, declining superpower
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
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memedumpster - 2011-08-13
Ron Paul must now know what it's like being surrounded by Ron Paul. This is his Zardoz moment.
baleen - 2011-08-13

He was the only candidate that was distinguishable from the others. He voted against DADT, which spurned Free Republic to claim that "Ron Paul voted to Homosexualize the Military". He routinely goes against conservative trends to fulfill his Rothbardian role, and that's admirable in some way, because it's new and unique and all Americans respond to that on a visceral level.

I dislike Ron Paul, but he has some virtues, and some things about his buffoonish character are almost endearing. His opinions are mostly consistent with his actions, insomuch as the thoughts and actions of "free market libertarians" are not innately hypocritical. The same cannot be said for any of the other candidates on that chopping block.

He'd still make a shitty president though, providing more than 20% of Americans would bother voting for him.

oddeye - 2011-08-13
You have to admire how he sticks to his thing regardless of how retarded and wrong it might be.

Toenails - 2011-08-13

And check the second result because RON PAUL can't get first in anything.

StanleyPain - 2011-08-13
I love this new thing going now with mr Fox News Hero of the Right Chris Wallace getting reamed from all the SAME people who were sucking his cock a month ago after the Jon Stewart interview, just because he asked Newt Gingrich to justify essentially stealing his campaign funds for personal use.

Toenails - 2011-08-13
Mr. Gingrich lost to two write-in candidates. He's basically the me of my high school Homecoming King election.

Any idiot that sticks up for Newt now is basically my mom during my high school Homecoming King election.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-08-13
I do love how insane Gingrich has become. Apparently, asking why he's said two different things about a subject is a "gotcha" question.

I'm guessing he came prepared for queries about his shoe size or something?

kingarthur - 2011-08-14
How crazy he's become?

Sir, that streak of crazy runs just as deep and long as his streak of mean.

kamlem - 2011-08-13
I vote leg.
Braze - 2011-08-14
Anything I could say would be too kind.
Cena_mark - 2011-08-14
All of them are still a lot better than the current pres.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-08-14
I'm curious as to who you're favoring right now. Because as much as I disagree with his ideas on running an economy in terms of not regulating wages, etc, I think Ron Paul is the only sane one of them in terms of foreign policy. The rest will let Jesus decide who we go to war with next.

And you feel any disgust for Santorum or Bachmann? I mean he's just full of shit so hard he cries manure and I'm pretty sure she's working for Skynet.

Also, and feel free to stop me if I'm asking too many questions, but how do you feel about the more extreme religious candidates versus the ones that don't feel compelled to be as extreme in their views? Does this impact who you veer towards?

StanleyPain - 2011-08-14

you fucking joke of a human being.

Cena_mark - 2011-08-14
I don't like the really religious ones, and I do think Bachmann and Santorum are full of shit, but I'd still vote them over Obama. Republicans will turn the economy around. Its not like they can take my religious freedom away so their wacky religious views don't matter.

Baron_Von_Bad_Beaver - 2011-08-14
No, the repubs won't turn this economy around by themselves, that's just delusional talk. I'm going to go ahead and say that our previous republican president pretty much got us into this current mess. And if you think I'm being delusional then now you know how I feel when I read your stupid fucking posts.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-08-14
The biggest problem with this argument is the Republicans have voted down EVERY SINGLE move to curb outsourcing over the past twelve years and this INFURIATES me. Especially when Romney and Bachmann, who voted down those initiatives to stop jobs from going overseas, then preach about how they are going to bring jobs here.

fluffy - 2011-08-14
You mean the Republicans who put us in this mess, and who have blocked Obama at every opportunity from getting us out of it?

Void 71 - 2011-08-14
'Highlights' is definitely the wrong word.
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