The Best and Brightest of The Republican party

March 15, 2012 at 6:13 pm | Posted in elections, PhotoShop Fun, political campaigns | 2 Comments
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Ron Paul campaign getting more bang for YOUR bucks

December 7, 2011 at 5:43 pm | Posted in crooks & liars, elections, political campaigns | 4 Comments
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When I received my change at the store the other day I noticed one of the dollar bills had something stamped in red.  Being pretty sure it’s illegal to deface currency I looked it up and according to Wiki Answers it is, but as suspected rarely enforced.  Just because it’s not enforced does that make it OK to commit a crime?  Considering what was stamped on the dollar I found this item in my search particularly interesting.

Of course there is no proof that Ron Paul is behind these dollar bill ads, but I suspect he might be.  Wouldn’t this criminal activity give him an unfair advantage?  Hell, why should any of us pay for advertising for our services, let’s just follow Paul’s example and use U.S. currency to circulate our messages.

This dollar isn’t going back into circulation..the buck stops here and that jackass Ron Paul owes me a dollar.

Did Ron Paul let a baby die?

November 3, 2011 at 1:32 pm | Posted in elections, hypocrisy, political campaigns, Republicans | 10 Comments
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Listening to NPR the other day, I heard part of an interview with Presidential hopeful and physician, Ron Paul.  This is what he had to say about why he opposes abortion (quote courtesy of Wikiquote):

One day I walked into an operating room, to just be an observant, which we would do generally, as a medical resident. They were performing this hysterectomy, which was a caesarean section. And they lifted out a fetus that weighted approximately 2 pounds, and it was breathing and crying. And it was put in a bucket and set in the corner of the room, and everybody in the room just pretended that they didn’t hear it. And the baby died. And I walked out of that room a different person.

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Two possibilities occurred to me: the first is that he fabricated the story for emotional impact,  the second, (which thoroughly disgusts me) is that he is the biggest hypocrite ever.  The key phrase in this quote is “everybody in the room just pretended that they didn’t hear it“.  Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe everybody would include Mr. Paul.  Did he specifically mention he was there “to just be an observant” thinking that would absolve him of the same responsibility he attributes to everyone?  He claims to be pro-life while throwing accusatory stones, from his glass house, at everyone present, for doing nothing; though he also did nothing while a living, breathing, crying baby was left in a bucket to die  Maybe he was too afraid to jeopardize his standing as a medical resident to render aid to the baby.  Whatever the scenario I think it gives us a peek into the character (and stupidity) of Ron Paul.


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