Skip to comments.Ghoulish Ron Paul doubles down on Chris Kyle, invokes Jesus
Posted on 02/05/2013 3:32:55 AM PST by Lazamataz
When a politician gets in trouble for dancing on the grave of a military hero, one generally expects furious backpedaling to mitigate the damage. However, it appears that former Rep. Ron Paul is feeling liberated from such concerns now that he is out of Congress. The new and improved Paul is more callous than ever, with an extra helping of sanctimony and a healthy dollop of anti-military sentiment. Not content to merely blame the victim for his own murder, Paul responded to the uproar he caused by adding fuel to the fire. In a posting on Facebook which he personally signed, Paul blamed unconstitutional and unnecessary wars for Kyles murder and even went so far as to associate his political policies with Jesus Christ.
And when a tragic 'coincident' shooting occurs, do not learn from other anti-gun fights where your party had its ass handed to it. Simply DOUBLE DOWN.
And when scandal after scandal such as Fast & Furious (MurderGate) and the sacking ot the Libyan embassy (BenghaziGate) emerge, do not accept responsibility or answer any questions. Simply DOUBLE DOWN.
And now Ron Paul. He makes heinous remarks (that don't even have a glancing relationship with reality, by the eway) and dishonors the honored dead, a fine military man. And instead of realizing his mistake and becoming contrite, she SIMPLY DOUBLES DOWN.
This asshat is the reason I cut ALL ties with libertarianism. He is proof that libertarianism flirts far too closely with moonbattery liberalism.
ANYone that seems to capture primarily a youth vote is suspicious in my book
Thank you kind sir!
I feel there was a Ross Perot effect. Perot actually had a patriotic intent, and some durn good ideas, even if a few of his views were batty. I feel that Paul latched on to that discontent with the (obviously broken) “two party but not really, we are just kidding, it’s really ONE party” system that Perot made much more legitimate.
Commander Riker in my opinion is worse the Ron paul. Guy with no brains acting like he does
That will be enough, Q.
"These humans are so amusing."
Don’t you all know that Ron Paul’s quote was taken out of context? /PAULBOTISM
Yes, he’s dancing on the edge dangerously close to the rhetoric of the Westboro Baptist Church. Not quite there, but creeping ever close.
His attitude regarding military matters is summed up in these tweets. He’s a man who could always be counted on to ridicule any suggestion of standing up to international bullies. Furthermore, I’ve always gotten the sense that he thinks soldiers are either fools to be pitied or stupid jocks. This why I never even considered him to be a real candidate for president.
Ron Paul is one ugly REMF.
We see the real face of Ron Paul.
Thank goodness no one let him out of the sand box and he finally went away.
I don’t think he was a REMF, I don’t think he ever served, did he?
Ron Paul twists scripture. He ignores the fact that at His second coming, Christ fully intends to physically destroy all of His enemies. He made that abundantly clear, as does all of scripture. It is not His will that any should perish, but those that continue to reject Him and to follow evil will indeed utterly perish.
That doesn’t sound like a “policy of non-violence” to me.
The early Christians of Asia and Africa either could not or would not defend themselves. They were annihilated.
The Christians of Europe fought, and subsequently brought the Gospel, with its consequent earthly blessings, to the entire world.
Ron Paul supporters were legion, and they just kept trying, but most Americans saw him for what he was-—a nut.
Sometimes you say some pretty good stuff, bro. :)
“... as Christ preached ...”
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
And Christ preached to mankind. Paul should be bravely addressing the world instead of hiding.
Now we love one another.