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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CNN's Cafferty is a radical Leftie who bashes Bush and troops at any moment. Andrew Sullivan is an obscure figure with a bad record of flip-flopping and Tucker Carlson is hardly a sane conservative pundit. If they endorse this nutcase, it is because they want a loser to win the GOP nominee so they can have Hitlery or Obama as POTUS.

The rest of the list sound like any other individuals in the street who have no clue about the world. And as you know, US academia is full of radical lefties.

Come up with a better list!
PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

More on this clueless uncle

http://www.commentarymagazine......nwald/1693
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 3:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm fairly sure if I dug around, I could find similar disparaging remarks about any presidential candidate. So far, you have utterly failed to bring any substantial criticism yet you persist in these constant smears. Smears and links to others making smears don't make for reasoned debate.

If you want to articulate why you disagree with Paul, bring it on. I'm getting tired of reading your non-posts.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its art imitating life. For years SNL has been running political campaign statements by ‘Tim Calhoun’, a fringe political candidate. Tim Calhoun’s views, however, are nothing compared to the GOP’s current Presidential candidate, the ‘crazy uncle’ of US politics, Ron Paul. Ron Paul’s anti-war, anti-everything rhetoric has bamboozled enough people that he’s actually begun to poll slightly higher than the margin of error, as high as 6%. He’s at a unique spot on the political spectrum, right where the whacky right and moonbat left bump into each other. He appeals to a cadre of ‘9/11 truthers’, radical leftists, anarchists, Klan members and assorted kooks and weirdos, but apparently he’s managed to convince a few people who might otherwise be declared ’sane’ into supporting him as well. In fact, I recently made a comment about Ron Paul being a whacko in the company of friends, and was shocked to be confronted with one of Ron Paul’s supporters. So, in an effort to convert those being misled, here’s what Ron Paul stands for, and why they are all terrible ideas (for the record, almost all of this was taken from Ron Paul’s website):

1) All bi-lateral or multi-lateral agreements are bad. Free trade is bad. Univeral standards are bad. Especially NAFTA, which is about merging the US Canada and Mexico into one country.

Ron Paul has a special place in his heart for other countries. He frankly wants nothing to do with them. He doesn’t want any multi-lateral agreements in regards to trade. He seems to be immune to understanding that as a net producer its in the US’ interests to have trade barriers removed. However, in his mind, it opens up the US market to undermining US businesses. Yes, Ron Paul, cheap Canadian gasoline hurts the US producers, so too does cheap pulp and paper, forestry products, all of which the US turns into other consumer goods, or fuels the US economy. Higher prices via tarrifs would hurt the US more than it would help. He also lives in a dream world where NAFTA is really about unifying all three countries into one. This is a complete fantasy with no basis in reality. Its a non-starter in all three countries, but he’s still convinced there’s an evil cabal trying to bring it to fruition.

2) The UN wants to directly tax the US.

Apparently Ron Paul thinks the UN wants to tax americans directly, as some form of global welfare scheme. Its simply untrue and has no basis in fact.

3) Build a wall to keep out immigrants, send all the illegals back, end the citizenship right of children born in the US (to eliminate so-called anchor babies), and track everyone on visas so that we can kick them out if they overstay.

The ‘build a wall’ plank and the ’send them back’ planks are becoming more mainstream options by the day, but they are extreme positions at this point. More odd is his desire to eliminate anchor babies, essentially creating the possibility of children being citizens of no country at all. As for the visa tracking idea, this would require a massive bureacracy to achieve, something which conflicts with Ron Paul’s stated goal of reducing the size of government. Its a completely impractical idea, which is why no one else has ever tried to implement it.

4) Disband the department of Education.

I don’t think much further comment is required, other than that his comments on education betray a view of public schools as a place for miscreants, while home schooled kids are paragons of virtue, a view which I think is oversimplistic.

5) Get rid of government environmental standards and replace them with the right to sue if you suffer results from Pollution.

Somewhere out there on the hustings in Iowa, John Edwards just had dollar signs flash before his eyes. This idea would create a system in which lawyers solicit people suffering from cancer, and then try and find an ‘environmental’ cause (bonafide or not, doesn’t matter), and then sue pretty much every business for causing cancer. The ABA would fall over itself to see this idea become law, and it would nearly guarantee that the US would have to abandon any form of manufacturing for fear of litigation. American society is already overly litigious, this would just make it way worse. Instead of a government panel of scientists deciding what is considered ’safe’, that would be determined by 12 people unable to escape jury duty.

6) He’s against universal medical coverage AND private HMO’s or insurance. Instead he wants to make medical expenses tax deductible and create health care savings accounts.

So, if you’re poor, you die. That’s pretty much how his medical plan would work. If you don’t make enough money to pay tax, then there is nothing to deduct from, and if you have low income, you are unlikely to be able to put anything away in a savings account.

7) Wants to weaken the FDA, especially when it comes to regulating ‘natural’ or ‘alternative’ medical products. He’s also against universal vaccination.

The universal vaccination issue is a staple of the lunatic right, so we shouldn’t be surprised about this, but remember what I said about him being where the moonbat left meets the whacky right? He’s against any sort of regulation of ‘natural’ or ‘alternative’ medical products. This would allow any shuckster to sell ‘Simpson and Son - Revitalizing Tonic’ as a cure for impotence, or cancer. Heck, they might even be able to convince people not to keep going for chemo or radiation therapy. Crystals and bear testicals should be unregulated, that’s Ron Paul’s position.

8 ) Opposes any standards for home schooling.

In a related note, I just recieved a PhD from PomoUniversity. Since we’re not allowed to have standards, its therefore a legitimate degree, and I now demand you all address me as ‘Dr. PomoChristian’. This is, by far, one of the dumbest ideas in his pantheon. The result of this decree would be to create a situation in which no one recognizes a person who has been homeschooled as being acceptable into a university. They would not have a recognized state high school diploma, and would thus be barred from higher education. The standards are there to protect homeschoolers as much as to restrict what they are being taught.

9) Opposes Abortion.

Not that I have a problem with this position, but I think that if his supporters on the moonbat left realized he was anti-abortion, they might try and burn him at the stake. So, I thought I’d just point that out.

10) Opposes all sorts of common sense law and order laws, like tracking all deposits of more than 10 000, secure drivers licenses, FISA warrants, sneak and peek warrants, other important national security measures.

Before you consider this position, remember, most of these provisions far pre-date Bush. The tracking of deposits of more than 10 000$ has been in effect for a long time, and is mainly used to prevent counterfeiting and money-laundering, and also to interdict drug trafficking. Secure driver’s licenses are a means to ensure that identity theft is less possible, and to interdict terrorists attempting to move under assumed identities or forged documents. The FISA system was set up to allow for search warrants in which the people under investigation are foreign entites (for example, China or Al Qaeda), and when a conventional search warrant would result in the public release of intelligence sources or methods. The system is designed to be a compromise between protecting americans from harm, and protecting the rights of accused people, since it still requires judicial oversight. Scrapping this would hobble the ability of US intelligence agents to prevent future terrorist attacks or break up terrorist organizations or interfere with espionage by foreign nations or groups. Ron Paul would basically make every police officer’s job much tougher, and expose millions of americans to potential terrorist attacks.

11) Wants to truly eliminate gun controls, eliminate the Federal Firearms License.

Bruce Cockburn’s ‘If I had a Rocket Launcher’ should be playing in the background during Ron Paul’s campaign stops. The man wants the repeal of all gun laws, and to eliminate federal firearms licenses. This would essentially make all firearms legal, even automatics or whatever a person desires. There would be no controls over emotionally disturbed people getting guns, no background checks or waiting periods. Even I, a supporter of the rights of gun owners think this is a terrible idea.

12) Wants to leave the UN

He wants the US out of the UN. That’s pretty straightforward.

13) Wants to recall all US forces from anywhere overseas.

So, good luck Korea, you’re on your own now.

And last, but not least, he’s a racist. This is the one thing I didn’t take from his campaign website:

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Regardless of what the media tell us, most white Americans are not going to believe that they are at fault for what blacks have done to cities across America. The professional blacks may have cowed the elites, but good sense survives at the grass roots. Many more are going to have difficultly avoiding the belief that our country is being destroyed by a group of actual and potential terrorists — and they can be identified by the color of their skin. This conclusion may not be entirely fair, but it is, for many, entirely unavoidable.

Indeed, it is shocking to consider the uniformity of opinion among blacks in this country. Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions, i.e. support the free market, individual liberty, and the end of welfare and affirmative action…. Given the inefficiencies of what D.C. laughingly calls the “criminal justice system,” I think we can safely assume that 95% of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal.

If similar in-depth studies were conducted in other major cities, who doubts that similar results would be produced? We are constantly told that it is evil to be afraid of black men, but it is hardly irrational. Black men commit murders, rapes, robberies, muggings, and burglaries all out of proportion to their numbers.

Perhaps the L.A. experience should not be surprising. The riots, burning, looting, and murders are only a continuation of 30 years of racial politics.The looting in L.A. was the welfare state without the voting booth. The elite have sent one message to black America for 30 years: you are entitled to something for nothing. That’s what blacks got on the streets of L.A. for three days in April. Only they didn’t ask their Congressmen to arrange the transfer.


That’s from his Ron Paul Survival Report in 1992 - You can read the transcript from the Nizkor Project, a jewish anti-hate site. That gives an darker (pun intended) spin on his vote against aid to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina (the only person who voted against the aid package). I mean, how crazy do you have to be to tell a million people just flooded from their homes by a hurricane and related flooding, to ‘tough it up’

He’s also had to defend himself lately of accusations of hanging around with white supremecists and other ne’erdowells.

He attacts ‘9/11 truthers’ like bees to honey, thanks to his comments suggesting the government was planning a terrorist attack on the US, in order to bring about martial law and a new fascism.

What people need to understand about Ron Paul, is that his view of the world is basically this: There is a cabal of people trying to run the world. These people want to run the US for their benefit, and they want to do it on the backs of normal people. He has never identified outright the whom the cabal is made up of. At various times he infers that it is the US government, the Bilderbergs, the World Bank, the UN, Israel/Jews/Zionists, and the like. This is why his coalition of the extreme left (who believe that the cabal is ‘BushCo’ or ‘Halliburton’) can co-exist with the stormfronters and skinheads (the cabal is the Jews). His campaign is one in which people are urged to be scared of the coming darkness this cabal will bring.

That’s just not a view of the world which is accurate or healthy. Which is why 6% is his apex in scientific polls (in web polls the Ron Paul Army makes him a winner by thousands of votes, mainly by spamming or the use of webbots). Only 6% of the population is sufficiently deranged to believe in his cabalist conspiracy theories. A statistically insignificant number are like my acquantaince, merely misled.

http://www.pomochristian.ca/ar.....president/
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Any particular reason for the duplicate posts? Are you afraid we wouldn't read the other post??

-Mac
PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 7:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mac wrote:
I'm fairly sure if I dug around, I could find similar disparaging remarks about any presidential candidate. So far, you have utterly failed to bring any substantial criticism yet you persist in these constant smears. Smears and links to others making smears don't make for reasoned debate.

If you want to articulate why you disagree with Paul, bring it on. I'm getting tired of reading your non-posts.

-Mac


You don't have to read my posts, you can simply ignore them and continue with your blind support for a Neo-Nazi candidate. Who cares?!?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 7:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Paul Morrison wrote:
Its art imitating life. For years SNL has been running political campaign statements by ‘Tim Calhoun’, a fringe political candidate. Tim Calhoun’s views, however, are nothing compared to the GOP’s current Presidential candidate, the ‘crazy uncle’ of US politics, Ron Paul. Ron Paul’s anti-war, anti-everything rhetoric has bamboozled enough people that he’s actually begun to poll slightly higher than the margin of error, as high as 6%. He’s at a unique spot on the political spectrum, right where the whacky right and moonbat left bump into each other. He appeals to a cadre of ‘9/11 truthers’, radical leftists, anarchists, Klan members and assorted kooks and weirdos, but apparently he’s managed to convince a few people who might otherwise be declared ’sane’ into supporting him as well. In fact, I recently made a comment about Ron Paul being a whacko in the company of friends, and was shocked to be confronted with one of Ron Paul’s supporters. So, in an effort to convert those being misled, here’s what Ron Paul stands for, and why they are all terrible ideas (for the record, almost all of this was taken from Ron Paul’s website):

1) All bi-lateral or multi-lateral agreements are bad. Free trade is bad. Univeral standards are bad. Especially NAFTA, which is about merging the US Canada and Mexico into one country.

Ron Paul has a special place in his heart for other countries. He frankly wants nothing to do with them. He doesn’t want any multi-lateral agreements in regards to trade. He seems to be immune to understanding that as a net producer its in the US’ interests to have trade barriers removed. However, in his mind, it opens up the US market to undermining US businesses. Yes, Ron Paul, cheap Canadian gasoline hurts the US producers, so too does cheap pulp and paper, forestry products, all of which the US turns into other consumer goods, or fuels the US economy. Higher prices via tarrifs would hurt the US more than it would help. He also lives in a dream world where NAFTA is really about unifying all three countries into one. This is a complete fantasy with no basis in reality. Its a non-starter in all three countries, but he’s still convinced there’s an evil cabal trying to bring it to fruition.

2) The UN wants to directly tax the US.

Apparently Ron Paul thinks the UN wants to tax americans directly, as some form of global welfare scheme. Its simply untrue and has no basis in fact.

3) Build a wall to keep out immigrants, send all the illegals back, end the citizenship right of children born in the US (to eliminate so-called anchor babies), and track everyone on visas so that we can kick them out if they overstay.

The ‘build a wall’ plank and the ’send them back’ planks are becoming more mainstream options by the day, but they are extreme positions at this point. More odd is his desire to eliminate anchor babies, essentially creating the possibility of children being citizens of no country at all. As for the visa tracking idea, this would require a massive bureacracy to achieve, something which conflicts with Ron Paul’s stated goal of reducing the size of government. Its a completely impractical idea, which is why no one else has ever tried to implement it.

4) Disband the department of Education.

I don’t think much further comment is required, other than that his comments on education betray a view of public schools as a place for miscreants, while home schooled kids are paragons of virtue, a view which I think is oversimplistic.

5) Get rid of government environmental standards and replace them with the right to sue if you suffer results from Pollution.

Somewhere out there on the hustings in Iowa, John Edwards just had dollar signs flash before his eyes. This idea would create a system in which lawyers solicit people suffering from cancer, and then try and find an ‘environmental’ cause (bonafide or not, doesn’t matter), and then sue pretty much every business for causing cancer. The ABA would fall over itself to see this idea become law, and it would nearly guarantee that the US would have to abandon any form of manufacturing for fear of litigation. American society is already overly litigious, this would just make it way worse. Instead of a government panel of scientists deciding what is considered ’safe’, that would be determined by 12 people unable to escape jury duty.

6) He’s against universal medical coverage AND private HMO’s or insurance. Instead he wants to make medical expenses tax deductible and create health care savings accounts.

So, if you’re poor, you die. That’s pretty much how his medical plan would work. If you don’t make enough money to pay tax, then there is nothing to deduct from, and if you have low income, you are unlikely to be able to put anything away in a savings account.

7) Wants to weaken the FDA, especially when it comes to regulating ‘natural’ or ‘alternative’ medical products. He’s also against universal vaccination.

The universal vaccination issue is a staple of the lunatic right, so we shouldn’t be surprised about this, but remember what I said about him being where the moonbat left meets the whacky right? He’s against any sort of regulation of ‘natural’ or ‘alternative’ medical products. This would allow any shuckster to sell ‘Simpson and Son - Revitalizing Tonic’ as a cure for impotence, or cancer. Heck, they might even be able to convince people not to keep going for chemo or radiation therapy. Crystals and bear testicals should be unregulated, that’s Ron Paul’s position.

8 ) Opposes any standards for home schooling.

In a related note, I just recieved a PhD from PomoUniversity. Since we’re not allowed to have standards, its therefore a legitimate degree, and I now demand you all address me as ‘Dr. PomoChristian’. This is, by far, one of the dumbest ideas in his pantheon. The result of this decree would be to create a situation in which no one recognizes a person who has been homeschooled as being acceptable into a university. They would not have a recognized state high school diploma, and would thus be barred from higher education. The standards are there to protect homeschoolers as much as to restrict what they are being taught.

9) Opposes Abortion.

Not that I have a problem with this position, but I think that if his supporters on the moonbat left realized he was anti-abortion, they might try and burn him at the stake. So, I thought I’d just point that out.

10) Opposes all sorts of common sense law and order laws, like tracking all deposits of more than 10 000, secure drivers licenses, FISA warrants, sneak and peek warrants, other important national security measures.

Before you consider this position, remember, most of these provisions far pre-date Bush. The tracking of deposits of more than 10 000$ has been in effect for a long time, and is mainly used to prevent counterfeiting and money-laundering, and also to interdict drug trafficking. Secure driver’s licenses are a means to ensure that identity theft is less possible, and to interdict terrorists attempting to move under assumed identities or forged documents. The FISA system was set up to allow for search warrants in which the people under investigation are foreign entites (for example, China or Al Qaeda), and when a conventional search warrant would result in the public release of intelligence sources or methods. The system is designed to be a compromise between protecting americans from harm, and protecting the rights of accused people, since it still requires judicial oversight. Scrapping this would hobble the ability of US intelligence agents to prevent future terrorist attacks or break up terrorist organizations or interfere with espionage by foreign nations or groups. Ron Paul would basically make every police officer’s job much tougher, and expose millions of americans to potential terrorist attacks.

11) Wants to truly eliminate gun controls, eliminate the Federal Firearms License.

Bruce Cockburn’s ‘If I had a Rocket Launcher’ should be playing in the background during Ron Paul’s campaign stops. The man wants the repeal of all gun laws, and to eliminate federal firearms licenses. This would essentially make all firearms legal, even automatics or whatever a person desires. There would be no controls over emotionally disturbed people getting guns, no background checks or waiting periods. Even I, a supporter of the rights of gun owners think this is a terrible idea.

12) Wants to leave the UN

He wants the US out of the UN. That’s pretty straightforward.

13) Wants to recall all US forces from anywhere overseas.

So, good luck Korea, you’re on your own now.

And last, but not least, he’s a racist. This is the one thing I didn’t take from his campaign website:

Quote:
Regardless of what the media tell us, most white Americans are not going to believe that they are at fault for what blacks have done to cities across America. The professional blacks may have cowed the elites, but good sense survives at the grass roots. Many more are going to have difficultly avoiding the belief that our country is being destroyed by a group of actual and potential terrorists — and they can be identified by the color of their skin. This conclusion may not be entirely fair, but it is, for many, entirely unavoidable.

Indeed, it is shocking to consider the uniformity of opinion among blacks in this country. Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions, i.e. support the free market, individual liberty, and the end of welfare and affirmative action…. Given the inefficiencies of what D.C. laughingly calls the “criminal justice system,” I think we can safely assume that 95% of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal.

If similar in-depth studies were conducted in other major cities, who doubts that similar results would be produced? We are constantly told that it is evil to be afraid of black men, but it is hardly irrational. Black men commit murders, rapes, robberies, muggings, and burglaries all out of proportion to their numbers.

Perhaps the L.A. experience should not be surprising. The riots, burning, looting, and murders are only a continuation of 30 years of racial politics.The looting in L.A. was the welfare state without the voting booth. The elite have sent one message to black America for 30 years: you are entitled to something for nothing. That’s what blacks got on the streets of L.A. for three days in April. Only they didn’t ask their Congressmen to arrange the transfer.


That’s from his Ron Paul Survival Report in 1992 - You can read the transcript from the Nizkor Project, a jewish anti-hate site. That gives an darker (pun intended) spin on his vote against aid to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina (the only person who voted against the aid package). I mean, how crazy do you have to be to tell a million people just flooded from their homes by a hurricane and related flooding, to ‘tough it up’

He’s also had to defend himself lately of accusations of hanging around with white supremecists and other ne’erdowells.

He attacts ‘9/11 truthers’ like bees to honey, thanks to his comments suggesting the government was planning a terrorist attack on the US, in order to bring about martial law and a new fascism.

What people need to understand about Ron Paul, is that his view of the world is basically this: There is a cabal of people trying to run the world. These people want to run the US for their benefit, and they want to do it on the backs of normal people. He has never identified outright the whom the cabal is made up of. At various times he infers that it is the US government, the Bilderbergs, the World Bank, the UN, Israel/Jews/Zionists, and the like. This is why his coalition of the extreme left (who believe that the cabal is ‘BushCo’ or ‘Halliburton’) can co-exist with the stormfronters and skinheads (the cabal is the Jews). His campaign is one in which people are urged to be scared of the coming darkness this cabal will bring.

That’s just not a view of the world which is accurate or healthy. Which is why 6% is his apex in scientific polls (in web polls the Ron Paul Army makes him a winner by thousands of votes, mainly by spamming or the use of webbots). Only 6% of the population is sufficiently deranged to believe in his cabalist conspiracy theories. A statistically insignificant number are like my acquantaince, merely misled.

http://www.pomochristian.ca/ar.....president/


Wonderful & informative post. Thnx for it!
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 9:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winston2004 wrote:
Wonderful & informative post. Thnx for it!

Naturally, anyone who agrees with your assessment is wonderful and informative but I have to ask... do we need to have Paul's post which he already posted three times quoted yet again? How many times do you figure everyone needs to scroll past it?

Am I the only one who finds repetitive posting of the same lengthy post multiple times annoying? If so, I'll keep my objections to myself.

-Mac
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 11:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If someone like Paul were ever to become POTUS I suspect that hard reality would compel him to change US foreign policy very slowly, it wouldn't be the end of the world.
I think it's the prospect of true individual freedom that frightens most people! For the most part we're content to surrender our rights and freedoms to a benevolent government that controls every aspect of our lives.....it's in our best interest of course.

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Am I the only one who finds repetitive posting of the same lengthy post multiple times annoying?

Nope!
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

urbanmonk wrote:
If someone like Paul were ever to become POTUS I suspect that hard reality would compel him to change US foreign policy very slowly, it wouldn't be the end of the world.

Of course, you're right. The US Constitution includes counterbalances to prevent the executive branch from assuming untempered power... and Paul is the only candidate whose positions match the Constitution.

urbanmonk wrote:
I think it's the prospect of true individual freedom that frightens most people! For the most part we're content to surrender our rights and freedoms to a benevolent government that controls every aspect of our lives.....it's in our best interest of course.

"Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."~Benjamin Franklin, 1759.

urbanmonk wrote:
Nope!

Thank you!

-Mac
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 10:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winston2004 wrote:
Mac wrote:
I'm fairly sure if I dug around, I could find similar disparaging remarks about any presidential candidate. So far, you have utterly failed to bring any substantial criticism yet you persist in these constant smears. Smears and links to others making smears don't make for reasoned debate.

If you want to articulate why you disagree with Paul, bring it on. I'm getting tired of reading your non-posts.

-Mac


You don't have to read my posts, you can simply ignore them and continue with your blind support for a Neo-Nazi candidate. Who cares?!?


Can I ignore them too?
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 10:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winston2004 wrote:
Come up with a better list!


Oh give it a rest. You are critical of ONE person on the list and then you demand a better list.

You asked for ONE sane political pundit and I gave you many. Now that isn't good enough for you.

I thought you said you didn't want to waste your time with Ron Paul but it appears that 99% of your time in these forums is dedicated to calling him childish names.

If I could vote in the USA I would vote for Ron Paul. And part of the reason for that is because I've yet to see anyone (including yourself) put together an intelligent argument against him.

I guess that makes me a neo-nazi and insane :roll:
PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Craig wrote:
Winston2004 wrote:
Come up with a better list!


Oh give it a rest. You are critical of ONE person on the list and then you demand a better list.

You asked for ONE sane political pundit and I gave you many. Now that isn't good enough for you.

I thought you said you didn't want to waste your time with Ron Paul but it appears that 99% of your time in these forums is dedicated to calling him childish names.

If I could vote in the USA I would vote for Ron Paul. And part of the reason for that is because I've yet to see anyone (including yourself) put together an intelligent argument against him.

I guess that makes me a neo-nazi and insane :roll:


Well, good you can't vote in the US. And there is no sane CONSERVATIVE pundits in that list. I'll be disappointed if your idea of conservatism matches that of Andrew Sullivan or Tucker Carlson. And the last time I checked Atlantic Monthly magazine, Andrew Sullivan was endorsing Obama. I think you're very wrong and again I am glad you can't vote in the US election. Although I might be able to and I vote for Rudy or Fred Thompson, if they become the nominees. So, come up with a list that could convince me Ron Paul is not a KKK nutcase.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Craig wrote:
I guess that makes me a neo-nazi and insane :roll:

At least we're in good company!

-Mac
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winston2004 wrote:
Well, good you can't vote in the US.


No. But my wife can.

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And there is no sane CONSERVATIVE pundits in that list


John Stossel is one of the most level headed pundits on either side of the spectrum.

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So, come up with a list that could convince me Ron Paul is not a KKK nutcase.


I have no interest in coming up with anything else on your behalf. You aren't worth my time and you wouldn't respect ANY list I came up with.
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