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July 27, 2007

Ron Paul: Nutjob, Truther, Finished

Filed under: Black Helicopters,Idiocy,Ron Paul — Psycheout @ 12:37 am

As much as I could respect Ron Paul’s libertarian “tear down this government” views, when he goes on Alex Jones’ black helicopters show (so has The Tanc) it’s all over but the shouting. Alex Jones is a total nutball. Full stop.

Everyone who’s heard his show about the illuminati and Bohemian Grove and WTC 7 and Loose Change (and nuts and bolts) knows Alex is a total nutter. Anyone who has missed his conspiracy theory “they’re coming to get you and lock you in FEMA camps and gas you to death to usher in the New World Order” show hasn’t missed much. It’s a total freakshow.

It’s Art Bell on steroids and half as smart. Only paranoid meth heads and exstasy addicts waste their time with this crapola. That’s crapola with a capital K.

Another nutjob conspiracy theorist is the “In Plane Sight” moron from The Power Hour, one Dave von Kleist. (Please, please stop, Dave. Just stop the lies.) By the way Davey, if it’s three hours long, it’s not “The Power Hour,” you weirdo. It’s “The Power Hours.” Get a life.

Maybe Ron Paul can join these powerful paranoid freaks and discuss how bird flu, thanks to the Bush Administration under orders from Karl Rove, is coming to your town to take over your mind and replace your body with pod people from Plan 9 from Outer Space.

Well, just go read the Hot Air piece and judge for yourself. Do you really want a cut-and-run surrender monkey conspiracy theorist in your White House? Me neither.

Update: Does this look like a man who should be in The White House? A white coat, maybe. As long as the arms tie in the back.

Superfreak

By the way, doctor, that defibrillator is more likely to set the Constitution on fire, not whatever you think it’s going to do.  No wonder the ghosts of the Founding Fathers are looking grimly over your shoulders.

— Psycheout

59 Comments »

  1. So you’re saying that Sam BrownBuns is a kook, conspiracy theorist, nutjob, loon?

    [Ed Note: Let me guess, Brody: reading comprehension is not one of your strong suits. Right?]

    Comment by brody — July 27, 2007 @ 1:18 am | Reply

  2. Such anger. Did your parents beat you too much? Poor baby.

    Comment by Dandy Lion — July 27, 2007 @ 1:35 am | Reply

  3. I think it’s a pretty good sign when the closest dirt they can get on a candidate is to take extreme samples of their supporters.

    As if Brownback is going to go anywhere lol.

    Comment by badmedia — July 27, 2007 @ 1:40 am | Reply

  4. Ah yes. The Truthers have landed. If indeed the twin towers were hit by holograms and not planes, where are the real planes, and where are the passengers? Tralfamador, perchance?

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 1:48 am | Reply

  5. Yeah, anyone who likes a candidate who defends and obeys the constitution must be a nut job right?

    Comment by badmedia — July 27, 2007 @ 1:52 am | Reply

    • Trust me, Ron Paul is a nut. It ain’t about the constitution, okay? Ron Paul wants to abolish social security, the department of education, the department of agriculture, the department of interior, the federal reserve, welfare, and take us further than Bush in laissez faire economics, which caused in large part the French Revolution. Yeah, he’s a real peach of a guy. I guess he wants to leave us Americans with nothing but a Somalia-like third world country. Great guy, that Texas ‘Tard.

      Comment by casey — May 16, 2009 @ 1:49 pm | Reply

  6. You are a nut job, friend. Do you believe that there were pods attached to the planes that hit the twin towers or do you believe that the planes were cargo planes loaded with explosives or do you believe they were remote controlled or do you believe the planes were holograms? Was it a CONTROLLED DEMOLITION? Ooooh!

    Do you believe Lord of the Rings and the Two Towers was a documentary which explained the TRUTH of 9/11?

    Go away.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 2:08 am | Reply

  7. http://abcnews.go.com/sections/wnt/US/JFK_poll_031116.html

    Seven in ten Americans think that the JFK assassination was a conspiracy.

    It’s hard to win a presidential election if you tell seventy percent of the voters that they’re nutjobs.

    Comment by Joe Schembrie — July 27, 2007 @ 2:45 am | Reply

  8. Where did I ever say I believed that? I’ll just put it this way. I 100% believe in going after OBL, and think it’s a shame we put all our efforts into a needless war with Iraq instead of going after him. We killed Hitler quicker than this, Hitler a man with a huge army, OBL some guy in a cave. We spend trillions in Iraq, but only have a reward of 50 million for OBL.

    You just look like a fool with this article. People support Ron Paul because he is honest and stands for limited government and individual liberty by following the constitution. That should be the minimum of every candidate, not the exception, not the “radical”. What’s radical is the idea that the constitution no longer matters.

    Comment by badmedia — July 27, 2007 @ 3:16 am | Reply

    • No, sorry. Ron Paul is a nut. He doesn’t believe in “limited” government. That’s a rational conservative notion. Ron Paul wants to “destroy” the government by tearing down every known social program, including (but not limited to) the department of education, the department of agriculture, the SEC, the CIA, social security, welfare, medicare, medicaid, the federal reserve and countless others. Get to know a man before you throw your idiot support behind him. I’m a progressive liberal and understand, in some part, the argument for limited government, though I believe that if a government looks after it’s people, ensures them and protects their rights to free speech, religion, etc, as well as empowers them with the right to health care, a good education, clean food, and looks after THEIR interests before the interests of multinational corporations, then we’re going to be fine. But if you hate government, why would you want to be a part of it? Ron Paul is a moron, a texas retard, like so many jerk-offs from that sad, sad state.

      Comment by casey — May 16, 2009 @ 1:55 pm | Reply

  9. badmedia, I like the handle. But what would give any reasonable man the slightest inkling of an idea that Sam Brownback is not honest or would not hold to the ideals enshrined in our great Constitution?

    Would you support Senator Brownback if only he would appear on a freakshow like the Alex Jones program?

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 3:21 am | Reply

  10. Does Ron Paul believe that the JFK assasination was a conspiracy? What is your point, Joe? Are you a Truther too?

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 3:22 am | Reply

  11. Psycheout,

    I used to make fun of truthers myself…and then about a month ago I became one.

    Youtube or Google “7 WTC” or “7 World Trade Center” and be prepared to be freaked out.

    9/11 was indeed a so-called “false flag operation,” and they pulled it off.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_flag

    I know, I’m a truther and a nutjob, etc. Just youtube or 7 wtc and you’ll be a nutjob too.

    Comment by Cyborg15 — July 27, 2007 @ 3:46 am | Reply

  12. I do my homework, Cyborg. I’ve seen In Plane Sight, Loose Change and 911:Road to Tyranny among others. It’s all circumstantial nonsense.

    As to WTC 7, we’ve all seen the video of the building falling down. It looks to be in great shape. Wow, how could that have happened?

    Of course if you’ve seen photos of the other side of the building you see a ten story hole in the building. No wonder it came down.

    Only nuts are convinced by circumstantial conspiracy theories. No offense intended. I like sci-fi as much as the next guy. But please. Don’t buy into the paranoia. The 9/11 Truth industry just wants your money. Don’t be a sucker.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 4:05 am | Reply

  13. Who cares what “truthers” believe? The election’s about Ron Paul, not them. If he talks to anyone who will interview him, do you blame him? Look at how much he’s excluded from the “mainstream” coverage for saying things that, surprise, are true – but hurt. People who say “surrender monkey” are retards. Do YOU have a purple heart from Iraq? Get your gun and get gone, if it’s such a big deal to you. Me, I’d like to actually THINK about wtf was going on, and why, and figure out a rational way forward, not living on slogans and lies spoon-fed to me by some jackass with an eye to oil profits that could “pay for the invasion” to find WMDs that were not there and were never there.

    Where was Brownback in opposing all this nonsense? What’s Brownback’s position on getting rid of all of these spending programs and returning power to the states (and the individual) where it rightfully belongs? Brownback is a theocrat who wants to USE the enhanced Federal power to his own ends. He will rightfully be a footnote. Meanwhile, for all your attacks, Paul continues to gain momentum. Now, why is that, I wonder? Are we all “suckers”?

    Wake up, kid. Coffee’s brewing. Time to join the Adult Table.

    Comment by bret — July 27, 2007 @ 4:48 am | Reply

  14. It is also of interest to see that Brownback supporters evidently don’t believe in Truth, Integrity, Lower Taxes, or smaller government. No worry though Iowa will be the end of Brownback for this election.

    Honest citizens have a right to ask straight forward questions from their government and get answers even if
    someone else disagrees with the question being asked.

    To think the government never holds back important information is to deny the CIA exsist for that purpose.

    Comment by Flo Hoffman — July 27, 2007 @ 5:12 am | Reply

  15. You are too lazy to do your own deep research and dive deep into the data, because you probably like to rely on other people to tell you what your own reality is. You thought you did enough research, but the truth is, you didn’t. Now you want to pretend like you did and you feel entitled to put down the people who have thoroughly done their research.

    Go get ’em, buddy.

    Comment by Hurdy Gurdy Man — July 27, 2007 @ 5:37 am | Reply

  16. Ok how about some non-circumstantial evidence? I agree that endlessely arguing over physical evidence where we can never have the smoking guns doesnt advance the discussion any.

    Go read Crossing the Rubicon by Mike Ruppert. If you can debunk that book, then ill throw away my tinfoil hat.

    Comment by Eric Kuhlmann — July 27, 2007 @ 7:56 am | Reply

  17. 9-11 at the very least was a STAND DOWN. Civilian 747 jets do not fly off course for over an hour unchecked by the military. We have jets that are loaded and running that could scramble to just about anywhere in the country in a matter of minutes. Why didn’t they intercept? Why was the military coincidentally running drills on that day of the very same nature as the 9-11 attack?

    FBI Operation ABLEDANGER successfully identified the hijackers several times prior to 9-11. The 9-11 Commission was briefed on Abledanger but omitted the intelligence from the report. The american people did not get to learn of it until 2004 or 2005 when it was brought to light in the Senate.

    Bush and Cheney testified to the 9-11 Commission but did so in private quarters and would not testify under penalty of perjury.

    Why get defensive about questions that ought to be answered? Shouldn’t we want to investigate fully and understand what happened on that day, considering how significant of an impact it has had on this country?

    Comment by mike — July 27, 2007 @ 8:17 am | Reply

  18. I use to have compassion for individuals who were “brainwashed” by the likes of a Brownbbb, Bush/Chenney, “Rudi McRomney” and cousin “Freddie” Plus Dem Relatives “Obama” and “Hillary” (all of them CFR Globalist?)… However, now I can only feel sorry for them…

    Comment by Joel Lemieux — July 27, 2007 @ 8:39 am | Reply

  19. The real “whackos” are those in Washington starting illegal preemptive unnecessary wars, spying on the American people, and spending money they do not have. So who are the whackos?

    Ron Paul has the most contributions from U.S. military personnel & veterans above all other candidates. So support the troops and vote Ron Paul!

    Ron Paul is 1st in YouTube, Meetup, MySpace, Facebook, Technorati, Alexa, Google, etc. The old media is just too slow to realize what is happening.

    Ron Paul places 1st or 2nd in every straw poll, debate, and active participation survey.

    Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton were doing about the same in the ‘Scientific Polls’ at this stage in their elections. ‘Scientific Polls’ at this stage only measure name recognition. Over the next six months Ron Paul will gain name recognition. Most people who learn about Ron Paul become major supporters.

    70% of Americans want us out of Iraq and want change.

    Ron Paul is only republican candidate against the war.

    Ron Paul only needs about 30% vote from republicans sick of the war and abuse of powers to win in republican primaries.

    Ron Paul is the man of integrity and courage that America needs at this time.

    “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” John Quincy Adams

    We are making history – Vote Ron Paul!

    Visit YouTube and search Ron Paul to learn more…

    Comment by Bill O. Rights — July 27, 2007 @ 8:52 am | Reply

  20. “It’s hard to win a presidential election if you tell seventy percent of the voters that they’re nutjobs.”

    Well, the Brownback supporters here do a fantastic job of demeaning potential voters. Conservative, Liberal, Democrat, Republican: it doesn’t matter to them if you don’t think Brownback is totally infallible.

    I personally favor Ron Paul out of all the Republicans. If we have to elect another R. president, I’d be happy with him.

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 27, 2007 @ 9:29 am | Reply

  21. Not all of us do, Brandon. The B4B team is pretty varied in opinion. Personally, I welcome those who aren’t already Brownback fans (but hopefully will be.) And I also think that nobody is infallible. I do, however, think that Brownback is a good person, with strong character and integrity (and not just the sound-bite “morals” that wind up not meaning anything.) Unfortunately, our society tends to be rather superficial when choosing who to lead the country. “Someone I’d like to have a beer with”? I mean, really? I do think that as the other candidates reveal their true colors (as Mitt Romney did with his disdain for the average voter), the cream will rise to the top.

    Comment by Lyssie — July 27, 2007 @ 9:38 am | Reply

  22. Psycheout —

    I haven’t seen any of those though I believe I have heard of all of them. I generally don’t like movies that argue a political or technical point because they too often don’t take the best side of both arguments (people’s complaints against Michael Moore are usually along this line).

    Like if a “truther” (btw I love how “truther” has become a term of derision) makes a video about 9/11 and it features unnecessarily spooky music, I always think, if the case is strong for 9/11 being a false flag, then why the need to include the spooky music?

    Re 7 WTC, there was fire damage to the building but it wasn’t hit by a plane. Sorry but just no way a 47-story steel building falls like that in 8 or 10 seconds, with excellent symmetry, from a few hours of fire (and not even very much fire). That’s a controlled demolition and it led me to other 9/11 questions that made me a truther.

    It’s a bizarre experience, really. I had never given any thought to these truther claims until a month ago. It truly is the elites waging war on the people.

    Comment by Cyborg15 — July 27, 2007 @ 9:39 am | Reply

  23. “Not all of us do, Brandon. The B4B team is pretty varied in opinion.”

    I rescind my comment so that it doesn’t include everyone. I apologize. To be fair, I’ve said before that you seem very fair and reasonable, for which I cannot say the same for others (Psycheout, BJ, Mrs. Gaines-Crockett).

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 27, 2007 @ 11:39 am | Reply

  24. I agree that ‘Truther’ is an odd term to use against someone.

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 27, 2007 @ 11:40 am | Reply

  25. Who is Sam Brownback?

    Comment by Mike — July 27, 2007 @ 12:03 pm | Reply

  26. Sorry, Psycheout you are dead wrong about Alex Jones and the people who listen to him. I’m a grandmother of 4 and i’ve been doing political research for 15 years. Alex Jones is telling the truth. It’s what you don’t know , you and people like you who are sleeping and I’ll bet you and people like you, still believe everyword the news tells you. Such a pity you don’t get it. We The People who are awake have to do all of the work because people like you don’t bother to do the research for themselves, you just let mainstream news pundits and the elite continue to masturbate your mind. Take the red pill.

    Comment by Amanda Moore — July 27, 2007 @ 12:48 pm | Reply

  27. Take the red pill.

    Amanda, I don’t take drugs. As a grandmother of four, neither should you. Perhaps these red pills are part of your problem. Cut down a bit and see if the world is still a great big conspiracy machine.

    I have seen several of Alex Jones’ docudramas and I have heard his show a number of times. He’s a self-promoting nutball. He’s entertaining, especially to the black helicopter crowd, but it’s all about Alex.

    We can both be critical of mainstream news pundits and view them with skepticism, but it seems to me you have simply turned away from the MSM only to place your faith in a false prophet and showman, a modern day P.T. Barnum. You’ve substituted one liar for another. Alex Jones is playing you for a sucker.

    Thinking for yourself doesn’t require the participation of a fraud like Alex Jones. Use what’s in your head, between your ears. And turn off the shortwave once in a while.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 1:32 pm | Reply

  28. Yeah Brandon, “truther” is like when people use “America Firster” as a term of derision. It’s like, seeking truth and putting America first are bad things? Don’t get it.

    I don’t understand why people think the Bohemian Grove claims are so outlandish. There’s a along wikipedia entry on it:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemian_Grove

    …and yes, you can find pictures and video of the giant Moloch Owl all over the net, including of the faux human sacrifice they perform. Nixon, Clinton, both Bushes, Reagen etc. were/are members, and they have a 3-week session every summer that’s very secretive and attended by extremely powerful people from all over the world.

    But then anyone who thinks they might be plotting crazy shiznit there…must be a truther.

    Again, I see a certain immunity to facts in some people…(not directed at you Psycheout)

    Comment by Cyborg15 — July 27, 2007 @ 2:37 pm | Reply

  29. I think you mean “Blame America Firster.” Nobody, at least in the United States, uses “America Firster” as an insult. If they do, they’re mentally ill.

    If powerful public figures want to go to Bohemian Grove, out of the public eye, where they can discuss issues openly and enjoy themselves in private, I say go ahead. It’s become the political equivalent of Roswell for conspiracy theorists.

    Call me strange, but I prefer not to waste my time with such silliness. It’s just not interesting to me.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 3:23 pm | Reply

  30. Well, yeah — but don’t you think the occult aspect of some of these organizations is at least interesting and worthy of inquiry?

    I mean, they really do perform a mock human sacrifice in front of a burning 40-foot owl called Moloch. And much more like that.

    Frankly, I think it’s weird to not be weirded out by Bohemian Grove.

    Comment by Cyborg15 — July 27, 2007 @ 4:35 pm | Reply

  31. “I mean, they really do perform a mock human sacrifice in front of a burning 40-foot owl called Moloch. And much more like that.”

    It’s not that weird when you think that a large number of people regularly ingest what is supposed to represent a man’s flesh and bodily fluids in a ceremonial fashion.

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 27, 2007 @ 6:59 pm | Reply

  32. And with that one insensitive comment Brandy insults millions of good Christian people. Well done. The War on Christianity is alive and well.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 27, 2007 @ 11:25 pm | Reply

  33. What was insensitive about my comment exactly?

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 28, 2007 @ 12:03 am | Reply

  34. I was just putting things in perspective. I thought I summed it up quite nice. What say you, Psycheout?

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 28, 2007 @ 12:04 am | Reply

  35. I think I already said.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 28, 2007 @ 12:10 am | Reply

  36. That is exactly how I would describe the sacrament of communion to someone who doesn’t know what it was.
    Specifically state what was insulting about my statement. If not STFU and GTFO.

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 28, 2007 @ 2:46 pm | Reply

  37. that a large number of people regularly ingest what is supposed to represent a man’s flesh and bodily fluids in a ceremonial fashion.

    The reason it’s kind of insulting is that you give absolutely no information as to the meaning behind it, or the background and reasoning explaining the various aspects of this ceremony. The entire raison-d’etre of the communion is the STORY behind it, and to leave that out is to do a disservice to those for whom that ceremony holds great meaning.

    Comment by Lyssie — July 28, 2007 @ 8:34 pm | Reply

  38. I apologize, then. I didn’t feel like condensing the entire New Testament into a single post🙂

    Comment by Brandon Explosion — July 28, 2007 @ 11:04 pm | Reply

  39. Ha ha, like Brownback is going anywhere. He took in less money in second quarter than the first – bad sign.

    Also he is an amnesty nutjob that want to let in tens of millions of potential welfare recipients.

    He lost, that won’t play in the Republican Party

    Ron Paul for President

    Comment by Joe Lawson — July 29, 2007 @ 9:56 pm | Reply

  40. Ha ha, like Brownback is going anywhere. He took in less money in second quarter than the first – bad sign.

    Why are “truthers” such blatant liars?

    Q1: $1,257,171
    Q2: $1,394,230

    Liar, liar, pants on fire. You’re going straight to hell. Be sure to pack a sweater.

    Also he is an amnesty nutjob that want to let in tens of millions of potential welfare recipients.

    Whereas you are a confirmed idiot. Congrats.

    He lost, that won’t play in the Republican Party

    You lie, you lose, shut up.

    Ron Paul for President

    You might as well root for My Little Pony, idiot.

    Comment by Psycheout — July 29, 2007 @ 10:15 pm | Reply

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  42. Ron Paul is not a “truther.” He is simply willing to converse with all comers: saints, sinners, wackjobs, and church goers.
    The man says what he means & means what he says. As for Brownback, does anyone really believe that he’s done a 180 on illegal immigration?

    Comment by P Campbell — August 4, 2007 @ 9:44 pm | Reply

  43. Psycho-nut is clearly another shill for ‘big government’ Neo Con Artist scum.

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:30 pm | Reply

  44. I am deeply suspicious of Big Government and believe that governs best which governs least. I am NOT convinced about 9/11 ‘conspiracy’ theories…HOWEVER I do think it’s possible that it was a Pearl Harbor–aka known about strongly in advanced but allowed to happen as an impetus for war.

    Who makes money off this war, Psycho-out? YOU perhaps? Phony!

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:32 pm | Reply

  45. I agree, it’s a SAD statement that seeking truth in today’s world is immediately correlated with being ‘a conspiracy wing nut’ and the like.

    Psycho-out would be the first sucker watching the Reichstag burn and being CERTAIN it was an ‘evil communist’ responsible 100 percent!

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:33 pm | Reply

  46. Good luck. Nobody has EVER heard of Brownback. And if a Neo Con Artist HIJACKER of the Constitution such as yourself supports him, that speaks a lot to his character.

    Who OWNS him? Perhaps Halliburton or one of your other cozy corrupt scum sucker corporations?

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:35 pm | Reply

  47. Brandon the Neo Con Artist SHILL clearly thinks that worshiping MONEY and POWER (aka EVIL) above all else is JUST as valid as Christianity and the Communion!

    NOW WHO exactly is the REAL Republican, here? Ron Paul supporters who RESPECT the Constitution and our Founding Fathers, or some evil whores growing fat as ticks off the back of AMERICANS dying in Iraq so Halliburton can have no-bid contracts?

    YOU SWINE!

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  48. Psycho-out is clearly a NUTTER himself!

    The 9/11 ‘truth industry’ wants OUR MONEY?

    HMMMM Sure. Okay! They sell a 9.99 dollar DVD which is also available FREE online…and this war has NOTHING do with Record Oil Profits?

    SUCKER.

    Comment by RonPaulRevolutionNOW — August 22, 2007 @ 9:40 pm | Reply

  49. Ron Paul has a good stance on homosexuality, abortion, the UN, and the war, I will say. I would personally appoint him in charge of the Ministry of Wetback Conversion: the Hispanics are allowed in so long as they are Christians. [They still require us to give Dominion over them, just like with the Negro, but whatever.] The Iraq war is pointless, as the Taliban are extremists everyone hates, the Palestinians need to be eradicated for preparation for the Rapture, and we are faced with libtards at the home. (Nuke Iran, are you nuts? They worship a False God, yes, but that would be a good way to have the UN destroy us).

    However, Paul is pandering too much to the loonerals and looneytarians. On paper, I support Paul the most. In reality, Paul pushes weak bills that have no hope of getting past, works alone, and often lobbies for his home district. I cannot, in good Christian faith, support Ron Paul. Brownback, the most Christian person, however, is welcome.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — October 7, 2007 @ 10:04 pm | Reply

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  51. your a fag

    Comment by abe lincoln — January 17, 2008 @ 2:29 am | Reply

  52. excuse me you ARE a fag!

    Comment by abe lincoln — January 17, 2008 @ 2:31 am | Reply

  53. Psychout is a complete and total psychopath. Seriously, my friends. This man has either no hold on reality, is a die hard anti-rationalist, a rabid patriot for an evil empire, willing to man the nazi concentration camps or a centcom/cointelpro disinfo nutcase.

    You’re a freak, pal. And i’ll debate you any time on your hold on reason and rality.

    you can come talk to me ANY time to debate reality. you see my myspace. come find me.

    Comment by Frnnk — March 25, 2008 @ 2:02 pm | Reply

  54. lmao. I forgot Brownback was ever even in the race. Was he? lololol…

    Comment by Tonewah — July 3, 2008 @ 2:14 pm | Reply

  55. “lmao. I forgot Brownback was ever even in the race. Was he? lololol…”

    You won’t be laughing when he’s president in 2013. Heck, they might even draft him at the convention this year, once the news gets out about McLame’s shocking and outrageous homosexual escapades.

    Comment by DPS — July 5, 2008 @ 1:19 am | Reply

  56. Very nice!!

    Comment by Biasimirak — August 2, 2008 @ 3:58 pm | Reply

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