Skip to comments.HEY RINOs AND PAULTARDS! IN YOUR FACE, DORKS!
Posted on 01/04/2012 9:28:40 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama
I must say, the 2012 Iowa Caucus was magnificent.
You see, the good guys won for a change.
Mitt Commie failed and Jew hater Ron Paul was delivered a staggering defeat.
Now, before we get started, let's get a few things clear. Number one, I don't shill for candidates. I have my favorite candidate and you have yours. In this column, I will never tell you who to vote for. I will always tell you who I think is pond scum (like Mitt Commie, like former Obama syocphant Jon Huntsman, and last, and certainly least, Stormfront candidate Ron Paul), but I will never tell you who to vote for. (You're an adult, I trust you'll act accordingly.) Number two, I am fully aware that the Iowa Caucus is not that big of a deal. There's no need to remind me of that. (If you don't believe me, ask President Huckabee.)
The failure of Mitt Commie was mind boggling. Here was a guy with a campaign budget that was bigger than the GDP of El Salvador, who had been campaigning since John McLame's whimpering defeat in 2008, and had a cable news station (FNC, aka the Fox Neocon Channel) in the tank for him, and has a super PAC to do his hatchet work for him.......and yet........he barely beat Rick Santorum by 8 votes. Yep, you read that right, 8 measly votes. (It should be noted, that until very recently, Rick Santorum's campaign was being ignored by everyone not named Mark Levin and had 68 cents and pocket lint to its name.) Even uglier for Mitt Commie was the fact that he was unable to drive a wooden stake into the heart of nemesis Newt Gingrich's campaign. Despite being carpet bombed by Romney's PAC operatives and Establishment hacks, Gingrich placed a respectable fourth and lived to fight another day. In other words---Mitt Commie choked.
Meanwhile, in Red Skull Ron Paul's Fourth Reich, the Paultards are tickled Code Pinko.(Either that, or they're stoned out of their minds yet again.) They think their Fuhrer has won a great victory over the "neocon bankster Zionist war mongers" by placing third. In actuality, this is a resounding, Stalingrad-like defeat for Herr Doktor. See, Iowa laws allow anyone to change their party affiliation at the door of any caucus and vote. So in theory, every liberaltarian, every Green, every 9/11 Truther, every Neo-Nazi, every malcontent, and every so-called "independent" in the state of Iowa could have showed up and dragged the Surrender Monkey's carcass across the finish line. But they didn't. Despite the "money bombs", the "spamming", the "trolling", making pests of themselves on talk radio shows, and other Brownshirt-like behavior, RuPaul (H/T: Mark Levin) and his flunkies have failed and failed big time. Third place in a contest whose rules favor you is a complete and utter joke, much like saying Herr Doktor is a Conservative.
Let me repeat: No, I'm not shilling for anyone (as of yet, I'm still undecided) and yes, I know Iowa's not that big of a deal. However, a win's a win and I'll take 'em any way I can get 'em. If you don't win, you can't keep it classy and say things like this:
HEY RINOs AND PAULTARDS! IN YOUR FACE, DORKS!
Gee CNN, ABC, and the New York Slimes......
Aren’t they going out of business ?
YEAH HAW! Hip hip huzzah!
Testify my brother!!!!!
YEAH HAW! Hip hip huzzah!
Testify my brother!!!!!
Good rant. Are you hoping the trolls will show and we can have another bugzapper thread?
all votes vor ron paul are throw away votes that only help obama.
I SERIOUSLY doubt the majority military support goes to kook paul.
Santorum was able to win because he was the last man standing. simple as that. The msm had gutted all the others. huntsman has no credibility as so is not even worth MSMing.
Kook paul is just that, a kook. He puts his own pork projects in bills and then votes against the bill in order to pretend to be a “virgin”. Last night speech was his swan song. His game is done and he knows it.
We’ll see how Ron Paul does in real states like South Carolina and Florida lmao.
You closet Paultards are so transparent. Nearly as bad as Paul pretending to be a conservative.
Do you really think that will be repeated anywhere else outside the Nut House?
If Ron Paul is a dangerous extremist, a kook with nutty ideas, then how did Ron Paul beat Newt Gingrich 22 to 13 in Iowa? Maybe Iowans thought starting another war with Iran was a nutty idea.
Team Santorum voters who think they are going to coast to victory on a “Bomb Iran” platform in 2012 need to take a closer look at the Iowa exit polls.
Of course! One of them is bound to mess up.......
Nothing brings us together like a ZOT!......
Yes, and these all refer back to Ron Paul and the same information.
I said look up the current FEC contributions.
Again, why would any military support a guy who disparages them.
It’s ok if you want to support him, I do not care. What I do care about is a guy who doesn’t understand defense.
(1) Rick Santorum won the “Very Conservative” vote, but he lost Independents and Moderates in droves to Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.
(2) The “kook” Ron Paul defeated Newt Gingrich handily in Iowa.
(3) Ron Paul won 50 percent of Millennial voters and 26 percent of Gen X voters. He won 18 percent of Evangelical Christians. More than Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry. He won the “True Conservative” vote in Iowa. He also won Independent and Moderate voters.
(4) Ron Paul is far closer to the center of the political spectrum than Rick Santorum.
(5) The Rick Santorum vote are pro-life, “Very Conservative,” White Evangelical Christians who are over the age of 45. He performs poorly outside that demographic.
The rise of Ron Paul is extremely frustrating, for a lot of reasons. The biggest being here you have a man with white nationalist/neo-nazi ties, he goes to enemy nations on their media and agrees with them(Iran) and has made many incindiery and outright anti-Semitic or racist comments in the past. Yet through it all, enough normal people look past it because they agree with his fiscal policies. He also endorsed anti-American lunatic Cynthia McKinney for president.
Much of his support comes from young voters who are proving to be woefully ignorant or history or at the very least willing to tolerate evil for their own selfish ends. The sad thing is perhaps these voters don’t even think what he’s done is evil in the first place.
I call associating with neo-nazis/white nationalists evil. I call going to Iran and agreeing with every one of their positions evil. I call supporting anti-Semitic, anti-American Cynthia McKinney evil.
Are people so morally depraved they’re willing to tolerate this man? I’m not saying he’s Hitler, far from it, but I wonder if Germans back in the day said, ‘Well that Adolf says some awful things about the Jews, but he promises to make the trains run on time, so I’ll support him.’
The funniest part of Paul’s, “nothing to be ashamed of concession speech, was watching Rand come up with inventive ways not to applaud the kooky parts of his Dad’s speech.
Best one: when Ru said Nato wasn’t needed, Rand coughed continually, until the applause line was gone...
lmao....can’t make this slit up.
We will see how Rick Santorum performs in Virginia ... oh wait, not even Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich are on the ballot in the Old Dominion!
As for Florida, Ron Paul will do will there. He will do well in New Hampshire too.
How do you figure Paul was handed a “staggering defeat” when he in fact got as many delegates as Romney and Santorum? You’d have to be somewhat intellectually challenged to give an “in your face” to what amounts to a de facto shared winner.
Also, Paul is the prefered choice for an overwhelming majority of our armed forces. Are you telling them “in your face” too? It’s possible to disagree on policy without resorting to calling those with whom you disagree retards. Unless you’re still wet behind the ears, that is.
Ron Paul > Newt Gingrich
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