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April 21, 2008

Just How Delusional Are the Paultards?

Crazy Crank Ron PaulI get this question a lot and the answer is the same: “a lot.” Frankly, I thought the moonbat in liber-tard-itarian clothing had long since dropped out, and one look at the delusional ranting and hero worship demonstrated by his pot smoking Paultard posse, it’s obvious that those folk tuned on, turned in and dropped out long ago. The Ron Paul phenomenon must be attributable to bad acid and mass quantities of uppers. But that’s just a theory. The reality is probably much more frightening.

Here is a typical Paultard rant from a comment B4C on a fair but critical post written a long time ago (Paultards insist on getting the last word in, even if it’s really stupid):

To psycheout and all that would believe the rubbish spewed by psycheout,

Are you really so disconnected with reality that you believe the constitution is just a “god damned piece of paper”?

Do you really believe that McCain is the better choice over a Ron Paul for us and this country? Change your name to psychotic. [NOTE: LOL!]

McCain and his ilk are bad for this country (savings and loan comes to mind). A recession caused by politics as usual isn’t enough to jar your beliefs that the two party system is a detriment to this country? The tactic is “keep em fighting amongst them selfs and they’ll never notice how we’re raping the country”. And you’re really falling for it hook line and sinker.

Wake up and grow up. You don’t even know what freedom means do you? Let’s have an answer from this joke of an author. What does freedom mean to you you psychopath?

Ron Paul BoobsFor the benefit of the Paultards who haven’t figured out that the alternate voice that could really make a difference is Alan Keyes and not the conspiracy minded nutball who is Ron Paul, here’s a simple answer to that simpleminded foaming at the mouth rant:

Save your hysterics, Dichael M., assuming that’s your real name. [NOTE: Name obfuscated to save the poor guy any embarrassment.]

The Constitution is a goldarned piece of parchment, for your information. It gives us the right to bear arms, to choose our religion and speak out about the issues of the day, even if we are as deluded as you are. And you are if you think Ron Paul is the Second Coming. He’s not. And I’ve seen the Constitution, and I can assure you that it hasn’t been shredded or used as toilet paper or whatever you paranoids believe.

Someday you’re going to wake up and realize that Ron Paul is not G-d and you will realize what a fool you’ve been. It’s Beatlemania all over again.

Saint Paul is just some crazy moonbat who sounds the right note once in awhile for the politically naive. But in reality he’s a nutball version of the Pied Piper who would cheerfully lead you and the other Paultard lemmings off a cliff.

I am not without compassion, so I pray that one day you will wake up, grow up, and become an adult and dispense with the idol worship.

And yes, I do know what freedom is. Not being part of the cult of Paul actually is really helpful in that regard. Ron Paul is a snake oil salesman. But if you have a good use for snake oil, put it to good use, my poor deluded friend.

The sooner you grow up and become a conservative Republican, the better. And laying off the dope might help too.

Good luck, pal. In the case of Ronny Paulie, it’s hook, line and stinker. Believe me, you will look back in shame upon your slobbering support for this nobody in years to come.

Ron Paul Poster ChildNow for a dose of reality, which is something that Paultards find really difficult to face: Ron Paul will never get the Republican nomination. Alan Keyes realized that he was not going to beat McCain and switched to the Constitution party. Now that’s a real alternative. If you loons really care about the Constitution, you’d be voting for Alan Keyes. But you don’t, do you?

The Ron Paul campaign has been about cult of personality all along which is pretty ironic considering Ron Paul has no personality whatsoever. What’s funny about asking Paultards to support Alan Keyes is that Stormfront is behind Paul all the way. I can’t see them supporting Keyes however. Just like the moonbats on the left, Paul supporters really hate black people.

Can anyone confirm if Ron Paul is still running for President? I thought he already dropped out. Come to think of it, I haven’t seen any RP blimps lately.

– Psycheout

34 Comments »

  1. I am very concerned that the Paultards will attack John McCain when he becomes president and refuses to surrender to terrorists, non-state combatants or people who want to steal our oil.

    Why does Ron Paul hate America? I heard him say that he does not want to invade other countries to establish democracies that will sell us cheap oil (and not sell it to our yellow friends from the east) .

    What kind of defeatist lie-bral surrender monkey is he? … The kind with a bad comb-over.. ha ha ha …

    Anyway, we must take stern security measures and round up all Ron Paul supporters before the inauguration of President John McCain, because even those the demonrats are worse people, they will all be taking drugs and having anal sex and not bother to disrupt the ceremonies like the Paultards will.

    Comment by Marty McPain — April 22, 2008 @ 8:13 am | Reply

  2. “Anyway, we must take stern security measures and round up all Ron Paul supporters before the inauguration of President John McCain,”

    What a delusional little troll you are.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 9:42 am | Reply

  3. seems like Arn has volunteered….

    we can put him in with the the pot-smoking anal-sex addicted loser Obama supporters

    Comment by Marty McPain — April 22, 2008 @ 12:22 pm | Reply

  4. we can put him in with the the pot-smoking anal-sex addicted loser Obama supporters

    Even a stoned butt-lover is better than a man who rapes his own daughter, Marty-boy.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 22, 2008 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  5. “we can put him in with the the pot-smoking anal-sex addicted loser Obama supporters”

    Wrong again, dumb ass. I have always been in support of Hillary because she doesn’t have a dick and is therefore not prone to bouts of penis envy, which is where all wars begin, with the men trying to prove whose is biggest.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 3:17 pm | Reply

  6. ಠ_ಠ

    Comment by Anonymous — April 22, 2008 @ 3:32 pm | Reply

  7. Ron Paul tries to pander to both libtards and the genuinely fearful of Big Government in the economic sector, and fails miserably.

    The problem with him is that he fails COMPLETELY in what to paint as evil. Free trade is not evil. NAFTA is not evil. However, Paul focuses all his efforts on the CFR.

    The true evil is the UN. Here is one excellent resource on the evils of the UN. It opposes individual rights (such as the right to keep your own child), free countries (and the Rapture), racism (Pete Stark), genuine science (not ‘global”warming’, the Genome project, or the Genetic Splicing Program), anti-dictator movements (supports, for example, Sweden), sovereignty of free nations (America, Israel, and Britian), representative governments (such as ours), and capitalism. If you like the UN, you are a nutcase, and deserve to be silenced. The CFR is pious, its intent to expand the economy. Outsourcing is good for Americans, like it or not.

    I challenge the OneWorldists to cite more non-partisan sources than I just did. Of course, they can’t, because they require me to cite my sources, while citing none themselves. As for the conservatives, this is just a reminder of who we must direct our efforts against.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 3:48 pm | Reply

  8. 19 GET!

    Comment by Anonymous — April 22, 2008 @ 3:51 pm | Reply

  9. “I challenge the OneWorldists to cite more non-partisan sources than I just did.”

    What non partisan sources? Those aren’t sources, those are links to capitalism magazine and their disclaimer clearly states that the articles printed are solely the opinions of the writers, and not necessarily based on fact or supported by any reputable sources, or that they even reflect the views of the magazine editors themselves, that does not a clear case make. In other words, you can take everything said there about the same as everything said by the posts on this site, with a grain of salt and a teaspoon of laxative.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 5:04 pm | Reply

  10. ‘Racism’ should read ‘other races’ on that other post. Mea culpa.

    “What non partisan sources?”

    Capitalist Magazine doesn’t support any particular candidate, just those committed to capitalism. They also have several disagreements on the best way to obtain capitalism, so they are also open to opinions. It’s pretty obvious that the UN is a nonsense organization, anyways, probably the right-hand of Satan. Every bad thing that has occured since WWII can be blamed on the UN, and with truth.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 5:45 pm | Reply

  11. Still, it’s a crap site. Just because people are committed to capitalism doesn’t make them a reliable source, actually just the opposite, it makes them just as unreliable as b4b itself.
    And I suppose when I broke my leg it was the UNs fault, after all, they are responible for EVERY bad thing that’s happened since WWII.
    I guess you sent your last two brain cells out to fight the penguins and platypusses.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 5:51 pm | Reply

  12. Arn Lewis, why do you love the UN? What does it have to offer you?

    “And I suppose when I broke my leg it was the UNs fault, after all, they are responible for EVERY bad thing that’s happened since WWII.”

    Why did you break your leg? Whatever you come up with, I can guarantee that the UN is responsible.

    Chairs? The UN deliberately forces corporations to design chairs that can mechanically extend at the touch of a button to trip up anyone that protests them, such as tax protestors (such as you or me).

    Bicycle Spill? The UN puts rocks on biking trails inhabited by their opposers, such as any red county.

    Ferris wheel? Well, those are always horribly designed, so maybe we shouldn’t blame them. But the UN wants to annihilate conservatives, and conservatives are reliably found at county fairs. So, maybe we should blame them.

    Whatever the UN is doing, you can bet that Ron Paul is doing as little as possible to oppose it. The scumbag is betraying his long time supporters in order to pander to his larger moonbat base. It’s a disgrace.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 5:59 pm | Reply

  13. *red county bike trail

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 6:00 pm | Reply

  14. Now, to the question asking to quantify craziness, which is non substantial, “a lot” sounds peculiar and a little off. I suggest a word such as “very”.
    The proper phrase is “Tune in, turn on, and drop out.” Your version makes little to no sense.
    Acid is no longer the drug of choice, and as a result has become exceedingly difficult to acquire. I think the kids are using ecstasy these days.
    I fins it sad that the comments which you mock are better at writing than the blog’s author. Also, he does bring up a good point about the party system.
    Either way, I would not vote for Ron Paul. Heck, I think no matter who it is we vote for, the inevitable is still inevitable.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 22, 2008 @ 6:30 pm | Reply

  15. “she doesn’t have a dick”

    neither does Obama ass-wipe!

    Comment by Marty McPain — April 22, 2008 @ 6:31 pm | Reply

  16. “Every bad thing that has occurred since WWII can be blamed on the UN, and with truth.”
    Then prove it with truth, if you can.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 22, 2008 @ 6:42 pm | Reply

  17. Rwanda. One of the saddest chapters in world history. There were signs of growing unrest for months as media and radio began to promote the killings of the Tutsi minority. When the Hutu president’s plane was shot down, all hell broke loose. In a two month period, more people were killed with machetes that in Hiroshima and Nakasaki combined. Even worse, the UN sent in a peace keeping force that was woefully understaffed and underfunded. Basically Belgian (which was an odd choice to send considering history between Belgian and the Congo) forces had to stand by and watch a country consume itself in violence. Why was nothing done? France has always viewed Rwanda as a vital part of their French empire. Even after the Algerian War, they wanted to have influence in the continent. Any attempt to stop the violence was met by French protests on the security council. By the time more forces were provided to the peace keepers, most if not all the people responsible of the genocide had fled to French protection in Ugandan camps. Even more pathetic, the failed peace keeping operation cost around $2 billion a week, pretty much bankrupting the UN and achieving none of its goals. It is hard to argue that the UN has prevented a single conflict in its history. Correction…you could argue that they have prevented a third war since WWII between Ethiopia and Eritrea but time will tell if precarious peace holds steady. Also, one has to give the UN props for its work in preventing infectious diseases, specially small pox. I don’t know if the UN is evil per say, but it’s a disappointment and a huge waste of money for the most part in my opinion.

    Comment by Diablo — April 22, 2008 @ 8:03 pm | Reply

  18. Comment by Anonymous — April 23, 2008 @ 3:02 pm | Reply

  19. Corker: You are aware that one of the reasons you claim to dislike the UN in comment #8 is for being against racism? Re-read your posts before hitting “Submit.” It keeps you from looking like an idiot.

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 9:51 am | Reply

  20. “It keeps you from looking like an idiot.”

    Nice try, L. But nothing can keep Corker from looking like an idiot.

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 10:03 am | Reply

  21. Arn: It can help. Poor Bob needs all the help he can get.

    B4B’s new slogan should be: “We may not have all the facts, but we’re great at kicking a man when he’s down!”

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 10:27 am | Reply

  22. “You are aware that one of the reasons you claim to dislike the UN in comment #8 is for being against racism? Re-read your posts before hitting “Submit.” It keeps you from looking like an idiot.”

    I addressed this in comment 11.

    “We may not have all the facts, but we’re great at kicking a man when he’s down!”

    I like this statement, although you should realize that we usually have more cited sources and facts than any other website on the blogosphere.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 29, 2008 @ 6:02 pm | Reply

  23. “I like this statement, although you should realize that we usually have more cited sources and facts than any other website on the blogosphere.”

    Usually by citing back to more of your own stupid posts. As for reliable sources, I haven’t seen any of those here yet.

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 6:53 pm | Reply

  24. I haven’t seen any facts yet either, just some of the dumbest opinions I’ve ever seen

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 6:54 pm | Reply

  25. I find it incredibly ironic that you are criticizing me for linking to my own posts, when in fact I have never done this except a few times, and none in this thread. You, on the other hand, cite no sources, and do not convince anyone of the UN’s usefulness. Also, Diablo and I are making good points about the evils the UN has caused (Diablo better than me, I will concede), while you have done nothing but vomit all over the thread like a UN lapdog would. The most surprising thing is that I would have suspected that you, an anarchist and far leftist, would be opposed to anything resembling order. The UN offers order, but it offers too much order, and from foreigners. Foreigners should not have any say in how America is run whatsoever.

    “As for reliable sources, I haven’t seen any of those here yet.”

    To you, reliable sources require a flag in the fireplace, a cross in the toilet, and excessive praise reaped upon Darwin. If it gives compliments to the Republican Party or Bush, it is automatically bunk to you.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 29, 2008 @ 7:14 pm | Reply

  26. “You, on the other hand, cite no sources, and do not convince anyone of the UN’s usefulness.”

    Why would I want to do that, I’m not a fan of the UN, I was merely pointing out that this website (not this thread or you in particular, but the site itself) links back to itself more than it does any other source. The UN is still a part of politics, and politics itself is a failed concept that never has and never will work.
    And to me a reliable source is one based on verifyable facts not the rantings of any extremist, right or left wing. You have NEVER linked to any source that was based on verifyable facts, you link to sources that are just as biased and right winged as you are and your sources also don’t back up their claims with any verifyable facts. You slapping the backs of your sources and them slapping yours does not make either of you any more believable.
    And I’ve told you before, I am not a leftist, I’m a realist, I believe in reality, not some extremist version of reality and not any right wing or left wing bulls**t that serves only to divide the population into hateful little groups in which none of them can be right. I tend to support those commenters here from the left more than you because they make more sense and they are more honest in their comments where you folks make no sense and have yet to tell the truth about anything, you just rant about torturing and killing innocent people because they think or believe differently than you. Well, there’s 6.6 billion people that believe differently than you so your ideas of torturing them all till they agree with you or accept your twisted versions of what the bible means are just ill conceived pipe dreams. Believe me if there was ever to be a battle between those who agreed with you and those who didn’t, it would be the shortest battle in history, you would lose in less than a second.

    Comment by Arn — April 29, 2008 @ 8:25 pm | Reply

  27. “although you should realize that we usually have more cited sources and facts than any other website on the blogosphere.”
    Um, no, you don’t. Usually the sources are biased or misquoted. Sometimes they’re completely false.

    “I find it incredibly ironic that you are criticizing me for linking to my own posts”
    Why? Arn doesn’t do that.

    “Foreigners should not have any say in how America is run whatsoever.”
    Funny, you think America should have say in how every other country is run.

    “To you, reliable sources require a flag in the fireplace, a cross in the toilet, and excessive praise reaped upon Darwin.”
    Reliable sources require solid evidence, lack of bias, and truth in reporting. If that involves burning a flag, then so be it. It’s only a piece of cloth until you put meaning behind it.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 30, 2008 @ 12:30 am | Reply

  28. [...] is sometimes startling.  But wading through them proves to be worthwhile when one comes across gems like this: To you, reliable sources require a flag in the fireplace, a cross in the toilet, and excessive [...]

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  29. EB is right, you know. Until Christ, a cross was just two pieces of wood nailed together to execute criminals on–about the same as we think of an electric chair or noose today. Symbolism changes everything.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 10:03 am | Reply

  30. Psycheout is clearly a Liberal because of his McAmnesty McCain crush.

    Comment by spacebrother — May 16, 2008 @ 3:00 pm | Reply

  31. The only thing Ron Paul is wrong about is his foreign policy. He is right about everything else though! You stupid country club Republicans!

    Comment by ggco — June 13, 2008 @ 8:27 am | Reply

  32. First of all I am not a Republican, Democrat or Ron Paul fan. I stumbled onto this site and read your piece hoping to gather some real dirt on Mr. Paul to use against some of my slightly obnoxious friends who support him. All I read was a disjointed rant with no support whatsoever.Your only ploy was continuous juvenile name calling. You should consider hiring somebody to write for you in case you come up with something worth reading.

    Comment by Brutus Buck — September 17, 2008 @ 8:21 am | Reply

  33. Kill yourselves

    Comment by B — October 5, 2008 @ 11:43 pm | Reply


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