It's sad, isn't it?
But then again, it's not surprising, since I know there are plenty of Big Government "conservatives" here on FR, quite a few of whom still defend the Federal bailouts of the "too big to fail" New York banks, at the expense of individual taxpayers and "too small to give a d*mn about" firms. Then again, many of those so-called "conservatives" also support establishment Republicans like McCain, Romney, Giuliani, etc. so as I said, it's not surprising.
Perhaps those folks should throw overboard Michele Bachmann, who agrees with Ron Paul on monetary policy, including the need for a careful, complete, and transparent audit of the Federal Reserve System, as well as all of the House Republicans (who, last I checked, have all signed on to Ron Paul's bill) and Jim DeMint (a primary sponsor of the Senate counterpart).
Sad indeed, and it gets old really fast.
It's from the crazies who had nothing reasonable or convincing to say to refute Ron Paul so they used to post stupid photoshopped photos of Ron Paul. When they got called on that behavior they stopped it and started anonymously attaching insulting keywords to articles involving RP, as vengeance for their wounded pride.
Accept them for what they are -- stupid cowards with nothing intelligent to say-- and ignore them.
Most of them really seem sincere though. Can you be a statist and not realize it? From my observations the people in this group seem to think big government is just fine as long as "conservatives" are in control, unconstitutional laws are fine as long as they serve the "conservative" agenda. Truly puzzling.
It's sad, isn't it?
Not really. It's a strong indication Dr. Ron Paul is winning the argument against the fed. The fed lap dogs aren't fools. They've feverishly reviewed their playbooks for the perfect play. They can't find one. They've already tried everthing in the book. Well, there's always the "hail mary."
Meanwhile, keyword insults are a sure sign they are as desperate as they are fatigued.