After the Paul newsletter disclosures, one would think that the Paultards would hang their head in shame and slink away. Instead they defend the wakadoo and the ugly subculture of the ultra far right. Bizarro.
The letters were debunked and explained even back in the 1990s. So there's no need to "hang our heads."
Instead they defend the wakadoo and the ugly subculture of the ultra far right.
Far right? I thought Paultards were far left. Which one is it? We're leftists now, but I'm sure when the GOP begs for our votes in the general election, we'll morph into conservatives.
No offense, but I am surprised to see the phrase "ultra far right" used on FR. I think there are better ways to characterize what you say were the faults of the newsletters. Your phrase seems to suggest there is a peg mark on the conservative spectrum beyond which reasonable minds shouldn't venture - a point at which "right" becomes wrong.
That's the common description of this very site in the mainstream media. If you parrot it against some other target, nobody here is going to pay the least bit of attention to you.