Skip to comments.Where are all the Ron Paul people coming from?
Posted on 09/20/2007 6:40:58 PM PDT by Petronski
Over the last two days The Oregon Poll was seen by almost 400 "unique visitors," most of them in support of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul. The majority of these people came from these two links on the web.
Tonight is a good night my friend. We bagged a troll, and have one less Paul 08’ spam infesting our threads everyday/night (possibly more).
Much more work to do, but break out the cigars.
He’s our little piece California in the great state of Texas
After the meeting they were seen heading back to the HilaryCare HQ.
Pray for W and Our Troops
This Texan agrees.
Ok, I am geting a headache...
Interesting. It’s a blogger post and treated as news. And the blog is only a few days old too. Oh but because it’s negative about Ron Paul it’s apparently alright. Hey if I start a blog that says Fred smells can I post it as news too?
I know of no data that supports libertarians ever supporting the Republican candidate in a general election. They generally do exactly what the ones on FR say they are going to do. Stay home and sulk if their candidate is not nominated.
Unfortunately the disaffected Deaniacs have gravitated to Paul and have effectively steered his campaign to total illegitimacy .
I do respect their the enthusiasim though .
I hope that the Republican nominee’s campaign has the same energy and enthusiasim as the Paul campaign ,we are going to need it .
Where are all the Ron Paul people coming from?
Katherine Harris’ shoe closet?
Dude, they’re all our allies, the Paulacks!
Agreed, except perhaps to describe him as anti-war. I think he supported the use of force in Afghanistan and was trying to get a formal declaration of war for Iraq. As far as to whether a formal declaration or just a authorization for a use of force was proper, seems to be largely a matter of differing opinions.
Personally, I would have preferred (as if my opinion mattered) a formal declaration for Iraq, since it had a functioning government against which to wage a war. This wasn't the case in Afghanistan.
I dont believe Ron Paul is anti-Semitic. Do you have any basis for making that claim?Yes I do. His rantings about the “neocons” and his newsletter that said “By far the most powerful lobby in Washington of the bad sort is the Israeli government.”
This biting wit is the reason I like this forum.
Yep, Dr. Paul really does have radical kooks supporting his campaign, no doubt about it:
Jews for Ron Paul was formed in the Summer of 2007 to support the Presidential candidacy of Congressman Ron Paul of Texas. Dr. Paul is a respected fiscal and foreign policy expert and ten-term member of Congress who recently addressed the Johns Hopkins University School of International Affairs on the topic of "A Traditional Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy."Jews for Ron Paul press release
The Jews for Ron Paul Advisory Board members include: Steven R. Berger (Hingham, MA) of Adamas Partners; Dr. Walter E. Block (New Orleans, LA) of Loyola University; Jennifer R. Coffey (Andover, NH) of the Second Amendment Sisters; Rich Goldman (Baltimore, MD) of the Free State Project; Aaron Zelman (Hartford, WI) of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership; and member emeritas, Aaron Russo (1943-2007), the late prominent Hollywood film producer. Our Web site address is http://www.jews4ronpaul.org/.
He's a uniter, not a divider!
Maybe they just love shrimp.
I have seen the hand of ZOT tonight, and still smell the ozone.
I'm hoping that lighting strikes twice.
Are you a registered voter in Oregon?That's for the ACORN activists.
yes (30) 79%
no (8) 21%
not sure (0) 0%
Yes, the Mighty Paulinati!
A few seconds before he walked to the podium, Sarah Huckabee put her arm around her father and wished him good luck.
It must have worked.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee won the Palmetto Family Council Straw Poll Thursday night - a sign that he may be gaining a foothold amongst the conservative right of the state's Republican Party.
Huckabee got 206 of the 539 votes cast. He edged U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, who got 179, but had a very vocal support group. They waved banners and wore stickers. Cheered their candidate when he spoke via telephone to the crowd. One man walked across the convention floor filming them.
Former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson, R-Tenn., had 43 votes to finish third. He was followed by U.S. Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., with 29; U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif, with 25; former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 14; North Carolina businessman Daniel Gilbert had 12; U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., with 10; Hugh Cort, an Alabama doctor, with seven, and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani with five.
And for the record according to their website
Sam Brownback present
John Cox present
Hugh Cort - present
Daniel Gilbert - present
Duncan Hunter present
Mike Huckabee present
John McCain to pipe in by phone
Ron Paul to pipe in by phone
Mitt Romney sending surrogate and video
Tom Tancredo to pipe in by phone
Fred Thompson to pipe in by phone
Rudy Giuliani against campaign policy to participate in straw polls (not attending)
Those who disagree with Rep. Paul's position should do so genuinely instead of pulling 'data' off a blog that is just a few weeks old if that.
Maybe we can avoid seeing 5 RP thread a day now.
More room for the OJ Simpson and Paris Hilton threads! (KIDDING!!! OK?)
There is a side of Paul supporters that are good conservatives that are so desperate for a return to pure Constitutionalism that they will chain their cart to whatever horse says the word more. I don’t qualify them with the nuts we are discussing, I just think they are blinded to the moderately conservative record of Paul’s. I believe Paul himself is playing all sides of the fence. Like his backdoor earmarks. He can talk all day against them to one group and to another submit those with a wink wink, knowing they will pass anyway.
Thanks for the reply, I was expect’n to get flamed. Night is still young I guess...
Well glory be! Just furgit the election the Palmetto Family Council Straw Poll has spoken.
I will still vote, but then after throwing up and taking a shower, I will head to my favorite gun shop and by them out of all the .40 and .223 ammo they have. I will probably need it since the “Pirates” will not stop the Muslims...
Interesting. But not surprising. :-)
LOL!!! Cheese slid off his cracker? You made me laugh out loud — thanks!! :-)
Thank you, I'll be here all week. Try the veal. :-)
Honestly, some of this stuff writes itself. Who could have foreseen a Manilow/Stormfront nexus? If Barry knows, I'll bet he's mad enough to *pinch* someone!
Mid-American Nazis are an interesting varietal of the deranged and paranoid moonbat, and even I have to admit that paranoia can be really funny, like you Ron Paul supporters.
” I hate Illinois nazis. “ - Jake Blues (1980)
Hopefully most of them are the good ones.
If L.Ron Paul won the GOP nomination, I would write in the name “Jesus Christ,” because certainly He would be minutes from returning to us in Glory.
LOL!! As I was reading thru I was wondering who in the heck Jim Robertson was! :-D
Libertarianism is the kissing cousin of anarchy. There is a thin line between them, so watch your back internally too.
And these well-respected Jewish backers simply are unaware of Dr. Paul's checkered record? They would be backing a True Federalist like your candidate if it were known that Ron Paul leads a double life, pretending to be the Constitutionalist but, in reality, just a publicity seeker. He has Potomac Fever so bad he's delusional, you think?
Well, you can rationalize all you want, make up all the stories you want, connect dots all day and all night if you want. But you are never ever going to make a case for Ron Paul being either an anti-Semite or a Big Spender. The best you can come up with is calling him a "libertarian" running as a Republican, and for many of us that's a mark of distinction, not opprobrium.
That's pro material!
“”Those who disagree with Rep. Paul’s position should do so genuinely instead of pulling ‘data’ off a blog that is just a few weeks old if that.”’
Read post 135 and go to their web site, because of the unique nature of Paul’s support we can’t cut and paste, so in this case you need to go look at our evidence for yourself.
Fun ain’t it...
Thank you for that.
There are articles in major newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals all over the world documenting the Neoconservative movement. Do you deny that the blueprint for this was PNAC (Google the authors/backers of “Project for the New American Century”?
So why would you single out and rant against Ron Paul and blame him for merely stating the obvious?
Above all, Dr Ron Paul is a truth-teller. That is the wellspring of his grassroots support, that and his position as a strict constitutionalist. I have no problems at all with that platform!
Damn, now I have to order premium channels again...
Ah well, that’s entertainment...
I’d bet, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
boo hoo hoo.
Now go put some words in someone elses mouth.
I shall miss walking among the gods of “owimpus”...
I’m sure taser boy called all his peeps.
Layoffs at LaRaouche.com?