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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

January 7, 2008

Classless Ru Paul Supporters Chant ‘Eat My Shorts’

Hitlery KlingonWell, close enough. Deranged America hating Ron Paul supporters demanded that Hillary Rodham Clinton should iron their shirts. What a bunch of morons. Knowing the Ron Paul supporters that spam our comment threads this comes as little surprise. I mean, really, what a horde of unhinged loons!

Dateline: Salem, New Hampshire:

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign stop was interrupted Monday when two men stood in the crowd and began screaming, “Iron my shirt!” during one of her final appearances before the New Hampshire primary.

Shine my shoes!

Clinton, a former first lady running to become the nation’s first female president, laughed at the seemingly sexist protest that suggested a woman’s place is doing the laundry and not running the country.

Jeanette LandrayOnly because, unlike great women in this nation who know their place, Hitlery can’t do landray.

“Ah, the remnants of sexism — alive and well,” Clinton said to applause in a school auditorium.

These are the same kids who would applaud a purple furry dinosaur. ’nuff said.

The two men were removed from the hall after raising a pair of signs that said, “Iron my shirt!” They also shouted the same slogan.

Bela Lugosi's DeadSo much for freedom of speech in a Clinton Presidency. Free speech zones for you PC violators. What a bitch!

“Can we turn the lights on? It’s awfully dark,” Clinton said after doing her rendition of Bauhaus’ “Bela Lugosi’s Dead.”

Whatever. Hillary Clinton’s dead. Undead, undead. Give it up crybaby. The only thing worse than your supporters are Paultards. And that ain’t saying much.

— Psycheout

December 27, 2007

Splodeydopes at It Again; Ron Paultard Update

Bhutto AssassinationThe big news this morning is obviously the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. It’s incidents like this that happen in that primitive and violent part of the world that make us thankful for having a great President like George W. Bush, who has successfully defended America from terrorist attacks. There has been no attack on our homeland since 9/11 due to the President’s incredible leadership.

Naturally President Bush was quick to respond, taking time out of his vacation in Crawford, Texas to condemn this cowardly act of terrorism:

The United States strongly condemns this cowardly act by murderous extremists who are trying to undermine Pakistan’s democracy. Those who committed this crime must be brought to justice. Mrs. Bhutto served her nation twice as Prime Minister and she knew that her return to Pakistan earlier this year put her life at risk. Yet she refused to allow assassins to dictate the course of her country.

We stand with the people of Pakistan in their struggle against the forces of terror and extremism. We urge them to honor Benazir Bhutto’s memory by continuing with the democratic process for which she so bravely gave her life.

Benazir BhuttoFor the details on this cowardly homicide bombing that resulted in over a dozen deaths, including Bhutto’s, be sure to check out Hot Air’s coverage. Bryan is doing a heck of a job. Michelle Malkin is too. Isn’t the new media fantastic?

Is this the work of al Qaeda or violent and repulsive wannabes? It’s too early to tell. But this incident proves again the folly of appeasing or surrendering to the terrorists who want to kill us. They must be hunted down and shot like the wild and rabid dogs that they are. There is no other answer. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. It’s time to make the Islamic extremists blind and toothless.

Sadly, there is already a discussion of how this affects the U.S. Presidential campaign. Does this help Giuliani and Clinton? Yuck. Blogs 4 Conservatives explores that angle and determines that it’s too disgusting to contemplate.

Bill Clinton and Monica LewinskyUpdate: al Qaeda behind the attack? U.S. intelligence is looking into responsibility claims at this very moment. What should the U.S. response be? Former President Clinton had plenty of chances to get bin Laden and was even offered Osama on a silver platter by Sudan but he wasn’t interested, since he wasn’t a chubby girl in a thong. The Clinton legacy of perversion and failure haunts us to this day.

Update 2: Ron Paul naturally blames America first. He claims that Al Qaeda is justified in being “annoyed” at us. Nice one, Ron. Wrap a towel around your head and just go away.  Moar reaction from Bryan at Hot Air.

— Psycheout

December 18, 2007

Ron Paul: Dope Fiend

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Drugs,Humor,Idiocy,RINOs,Ron Paul — Psycheout @ 2:32 pm
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I’ve discovered where all that “money bomb” cash money moronic moonbats donated to Ron Paul went. Big skunk fatties. Here’s a picture of Ron Paul that recently surfaced. Suffice to say, his campaign is history, or herstory (for the ladies).

Ron Paul - Stoner

Looks like you fools were all paying for a lifetime supply of jazz cigarettes for Ron “Stoner” Paul. Suckers.

Yep, Ron Paul flies higher than his stupid blimp.

Update: Apparently this photo is having an effect. Ron Paul’s poll numbers have slipped from 5% to a pathetic 3%. Alan Keyes is doing better. Ha ha, Paultards!

— Psycheout

December 13, 2007

Mitt Romney = Underdog?

UnderdogYes friends, the Mittster is playing the expectations game.  Now, rather than simply claiming the mantle of Ronald Reagan reincarnated, he’s referring to himself as Underdog.  Try has-been or also-ran.  Those sound good too.

Mitt Romney declared for the first time publicly that he is the underdog to his rival, Mike Huckabee, at this point in Iowa’s fast-approaching Republican caucuses on Jan. 3.

Most underdogs don’t exactly spend millions more than their rival, but perhaps there’s a new meaning to the word “underdog” that I am not familiar with.  This would be like Rocky Balboa claiming to be the underdog in a fight with a little old lady with a walker.  But when it comes to OvenMitt, insanity reigns.

I can only imagine that the feisty little upstart Ron Paul bristled at the “underdog” comment.  But then, as far as the Ron Paul Revolution goes, that dog won’t hunt.

— Psycheout

December 7, 2007

The Ron Paul Blimp

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Nutjobs,Ron Paul — Psycheout @ 1:14 am
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HindenburgThe perfect symbol for Ron Paul’s hate America first campaign: a bag of hot wind. And no, I’m not joking.

Look!

Up in the sky: It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s … Ron Paul?

If a whimsical publicity stunt goes as planned, a blimp hyping the long-shot Republican presidential campaign of the Texas congressman will launch next week.

Thank you, Ron Paul. You make it so easy.

Update: She rides!  Anyone here bought any one-way tickets to kookyland?  You won’t need to pack any teabags, since the blimp will be dumping tea into the Boston Harbor.  Now that really ought to swing some votes!

— Psycheout

November 13, 2007

Ron Paul Gets It Right For Once

Ron Paul (Committed)He may be a lunatic Nazi and a crypto-leftist America-hating loon, but when the subject is Christmas Ron Paul is right on the money:

As we celebrate another Yuletide season, it’s hard not to notice that Christmas in America simply doesn’t feel the same anymore. Although an overwhelming majority of Americans celebrate Christmas, and those who don’t celebrate it overwhelmingly accept and respect our nation’s Christmas traditions, a certain shared public sentiment slowly has disappeared. The Christmas spirit, marked by a wonderful feeling of goodwill among men, is in danger of being lost in the ongoing war against religion.

Through perverse court decisions and years of cultural indoctrination, the elitist, secular Left has managed to convince many in our nation that religion must be driven from public view. The justification is always that someone, somewhere, might possibly be offended or feel uncomfortable living in the midst of a largely Christian society, so all must yield to the fragile sensibilities of the few. The ultimate goal of the anti-religious elites is to transform America into a completely secular nation, a nation that is legally and culturally biased against Christianity.

Read the whole thing. It’s a priceless assessment of what is going wrong in American cultural life today, and a scathing critique of rampant secularism’s war on Jesus.

It’s good to know that Ron Paul may yet be saved.

October 26, 2007

Everybody’s Talking about Ron Paul

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Ron Paul — Psycheout @ 9:04 am
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Ron PaulIt seems his campaign contributions are getting hard for the naysayers to ignore.  Rudy McRomney will have to stand up and take notice now.  Ron Paul is certainly the candidate for discriminating voters.  But his supporters already know that.

Find out the good news and why the Texas Congressman is the toast of the blogosphere today over at B4C.

— Psycheout