What the Fuck is Wrong with Ron Paul?


Ron Paul, “libertarian heartthrob,” mister “Re-love-ution” himself, was the only congressman to vote against a resolution supporting the Iranian protestors.

“The House overwhelmingly approved a resolution Friday in support of Iranian dissidents as that country’s top cleric warned protesters to end demonstrations.

The resolution was approved in a 405-1 vote, with two members voting present. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) was the only lawmaker opposed to the resolution. Reps. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) and David Loebsack (D-Iowa) voted present.”

Of course, Keith Ellison (D-Mecca) voting present is no surprise, as he’s the only (openly) Muslim congressional tool, and I know nothing about David Scrotesack other than that he’s a leftard butt-plug, but Ron Paul? Seriously, what is his major malfunction?

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28 Responses to “What the Fuck is Wrong with Ron Paul?”

  1. bingbing Says:

    Email him.

  2. Vulture Says:

    Here is the Devils Advocate answer: Where do we Americans get off thinking we have to meddle in the internal affairs of every sovereign nation on Planet Earth? Are we happy when other nations pass resolutions condemning US? Who died and made us mommy?

    Ron Paul probably should have voted ‘present’ instead of ‘no’, but he’s right. The US needs to stop dictating behavior to the rest of the world.

  3. Maverick W. Says:

    Ahhhh…. yes.

    Let’s not meddle in other countries affairs, hehehe.

    Genocide in Darfur? Well who are we tell the Sudanesse NOT to kill thousands? We are for the constitution ya knows!

    Iran impedding the right to free speech of its citizens? Well who are we to tell them NOT to be fascistic? We are liberty lovers ya know!

    Hheheheh, I’m a non-interventionist fuckwit pussy.

    Seriously, Ron Paul and his batshit supporters are all 100% Paultarded.

    • Paultard Says:

      lol i love stupid people… without them the internet would be so much less entertaining

  4. Vulture Says:

    Okay, let’s follow your illogical line of logic. You want the US to be the world’s policeman, never mind the cost in lives, taxes, or lost productivity. We MUST attack everyone we find fault with and support every offensive action with blind faith that our government is on the side of the angels or we’re pussies.

    Who’s the batshit tard again?

    It’s thinking like yours that has created Empire Amerika and that will bring this country down in the end.

    • bingbing Says:

      Vulture, that ‘world police’ argument does have some merit.

      However, did you ever consider America’s thinking after the horrors of WWII might have been something along the lines of, “How can we just sit back, anymore?”

      Not in an age of satellites, the Internet, and not when for the first time in history, there was a real and tangible choice.

    • bingbing Says:

      Vulture, I live in South Korea, mate. That would never have been possible if a US-led UN force hadn’t intervened to stop at least half of Korea descending into totalitarianistic Communism. Now, sure, it was the South Koreans themselves who finally demanded and achieved democracy and freedom, and hence became one of the richest nations on the planet (having received aid from Ethiopia half a century prior), but whose garrisons are still here as a deterrent to tyranny (i.e. protecting my butt)? Hence, I always thank those men and women whenever I see them.

      No prizes for guessing which men and women.

      50,000,000 Korean people now live in rich freedom thanks to that. 20,000,000 more Iraqis. 80,000,000 more Germans (thanks largely in part). Even the Japanese (120,000,000), a country America “defeated” prosper second to one. And even little not-so-old Australia gets to be an English-speaking country, living under our much-valued Westminster system, with the best way of life and standard of living… thanks mainly to a guy called Doug.

      And this idea was progressed by left wing and right wing US presidents. I could go on, but I hope you get the point.

      Learn some fucking respect, asshole.

  5. Vulture Says:

    bingbing,

    You were making a rather persuasive argument right up until your last sentence. Pity it had to devolve to that.

    There was no disrespect meant to anyone except that assclown Maverick W. He got what he merited, nothing more, nothing less.

    You’re right that the world would be a decidedly different place had interventions of the type employed in Korea not occurred. But let’s continue down the post-WWII road, shall we?

    Viet Nam – yeah, that worked.
    Somalia – yeah, that was worth it.
    Bosnia – our efforts there sure did bear fruits in improved relations with our Muslim friends.

    My whole premise from my first comment on is that intervention isn’t always the answer, and that intervention is, in the long run, not something we need to make our national policy…that is, unless we’re willing to perpetually sacrifice our young men and women to fight everyone else’s wars.

    • bingbing Says:

      But it always is until that last sentence aka the punchline.

    • bingbing Says:

      You just really irked me.

    • bingbing Says:

      Yeah but if you don’t fight them…

  6. Vulture Says:

    My comment doesn’t appear to be showing up. I apologize if this is a duplicate.
    —–
    bingbing,

    You were making a rather persuasive argument right up until your last sentence. Pity it had to devolve to that.

    There was no disrespect meant to anyone except that assclown Maverick W. He got what he merited, nothing more, nothing less.

    You’re right that the world would be a decidedly different place had interventions of the type employed in Korea not occurred. But let’s continue down the post-WWII road, shall we?

    Viet Nam – yeah, that worked.
    Somalia – yeah, that was worth it.
    Bosnia – our efforts there sure did bear fruits in improved relations with our Muslim friends.

    My whole premise from my first comment on is that intervention isn’t always the answer, and that intervention is, in the long run, not something we need to make our national policy…that is, unless we’re willing to perpetually sacrifice our young men and women to fight everyone else’s wars.

    • bingbing Says:

      Why you? Why do you have to? Why do you gotta? Why the West? Why English? Why do I teach it? To foreigners. In a country such as Korea. Why do I put up with being insulted every day? And lied about? And mistreated?

      Yet why am I thanked every day?

      There’s a chance for this world to become such a beautiful and better place. Yeah, yeah, cheesy. I know.

      That’s why we have cheeseburgers!

    • bingbing Says:

      And that’s why we’re interventionist.

    • bingbing Says:

      BTW, you should check out a hamburger with the works from an Aussie take-away (not take-out) shop one day.😉

      And a Kebab. Aussie Kebabs… OMFG.

    • bingbing Says:

      I’m sorry. I was persuasive until I was rude. But why are you being so pessimistic?

    • bingbing Says:

      That the West is ebbing more than flowing… true. But!

  7. Vulture Says:

    Yer killin’ me, ‘Bing!

    Why am I pessimistic? Look at the crowd running the good old USA these days! Reptilian sub-humans all. Makes me want to move to Oz. And eat take-away burgers with the works (does that include jalapeno peppers?). And kebabs. Lots of kebabs.

    • bingbing Says:

      It only includes jalapenos, perhaps, if you go to a local take-away store. Ah, shucks, you’re making me homesick! And I don’t even eat jalapenos!

      Na, from memory (now here’s evidence), you won’t find many places with those whatsamacallits. But you could get them at the supermarket and then improvise. No one would think less of you. Making do is what Aussies are good at (go figure, we live in a fukn sand box).

      Mind you, I don’t eat beetroot, either. So many Australians would consider me un-Australian.

      Get over it, Australia. Lettuce, tomato, onion. And cheese!

      I’m so gettin’ in trouble for this. It’s arguably worse than when I asked Nilk or anyone to try the new ‘cheese product’ Vegemite.

      Don’t worry, Vulture. If Obama carks it, you’ve still got Biden.

  8. Angus Dei Says:

    Being, as I am, a “radical libertarian individualist,” I like a lot of Paul’s policy messages, just not the messenger. That said, I think worrying about whether or not Team America are the World Police is moot: If our interests – and our allies interests – are at stake, who else is available to do the job? Nobody.

    Voicing support for liberty ought to be considered a feature of western civilization, not a bug.

    • Vulture Says:

      Voicing support for liberty ought to be considered a feature of western civilization, not a bug.

      * applause *

      Okay. Duly noted. The real world occasionally does interfere with even the best political dogmas. 🙂

      Still, I’d put the Paulist message up against anything else being promoted right now and it’ll kick its ass.

      ‘Nuff said.

    • bingbing Says:

      Nobody?

      What about China? And raw bacon?

    • Vulture Says:

      Don’t worry, Vulture. If Obama carks it, you’ve still got Biden.

      Oh great! Now I’m going to have nightmares! Thanks a buttload, ‘Bing!

    • bingbing Says:

      Dude. What can I say? I drive really slow in the ultra fast lane…

  9. Carpe Jugulum Says:

    “Don’t worry, Vulture. If Obama carks it, you’ve still got Biden.” Geez that’s harsh.

    Vulture, you can’t go past the burger shop in Port Melbourne (Oz), yes you can get chillies & beetroot & spanish onion & king island beef. Trust me you would sell your grandmother as a eunuch for king island beef

    I think the less said about cheese-vegemite the better

    • Vulture Says:

      I’m not sure about the vegemite. From what I’ve heard it’s kinda nasty. But I’ll try anything once.

      I can’t imagine beetroot on a burger. Here in the states, the only way we see beets is pickled. A pickled beet would be nasty on a burger. Fresh? Who knows? As I said, I’ll try anything once.

    • Capre Jugulum Says:

      Pickled beetroot? ugh, sounds absolutely feral. The fresh is quite nice.

      Vegemite – probably an acquired taste in adults, but having eaten it since i was a little tacker i love the stuff.

  10. David Says:

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/iranian-unrest-evidence-of-western-intelligence-meddling.html

    Unless you pay attention to the alternative news media, you missed the perspective that the protests in Iran were staged by western influences. The protesters’ signs were in English… who could that benefit? People in America who are voting on resolutions, that’s who. The resolution was probably drafted before the election turned out the way it did because it’s a part of a bigger plan to bring the world under socialist control.


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