Posts Tagged ‘Texas’

Ron Paul says the “shutdown” debate is “rather annoying”. (Not a real shutdown)

October 4, 2013
Ron Paul Visiblast

Ron Paul Visiblast (Photo credit: Jayel Aheram)


Ron Paul says the “shutdown” debate is “rather annoying”.


For example, it’s not a shutdown. The worst parts are still going full blast, including NSA spying and all the “dole” programs. (I don’t call them “entitlements”, a lying word, nobody is “entitled” to steal their neighbor’s anything under any decent law)




Assault weapons are good for assaults, and for stopping them too

May 12, 2013
Gun Control

Gun Control (Photo credit: D’oh Boy (Mark Holloway))


A book only does any good if somebody’s reading it. An assault weapon only does bad if somebody uses it for bad, and it does real, real, good when you’re using it to stop bad people. Like a runaway scalawag government. The *natural right* to self-defense acknowledged (by mouth at least) by the most fanatical gun ban control freak, is one that’s only good if you can actually defend yourself against anybody who would do you harm.


You know, like fake a Gulf of Tonkin incident, run protection for a sale of thousands of guns to the most violent Mexican Mafia in the world, or fake a nuclear weapons program in Iraq for an excuse for a war, or massacre a community of families in a bath of fire in Texas, or take all the women and children captive from a peaceful West Texas community and try to get the kids to say lies about their parents, and refuse to let them talk to each other (false imprisonment is a crime and should be prosecuted, and the lying libel that “justified” the warrant too).

One commenter pointed out that the National Guard that they say was meant to benefit uses much more powerful weapons that the ones they want to ban from people for their own protection. We will protect you from yourself by taking away what you need to do defend yourself from us…

There is nothing new under the sun… When the pagan nations surrounding Israel of old conquered them, they made it illegal for them to make swords, the most advanced weapons technology of the day…

They that live by the sword, though, don’t want to face people who have them. That’s why they that live by the sword shall die by the sword. Blessed are the peacemakers..




Santorum Supporter switches to Ron Paul and tells why

April 22, 2012
Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in M...

Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on June 5, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

See what he has to say at the following link, it’s below his picture:—visits-ron-paul-rally-ft-worth-texas—shares-his-reaction/question-2587931/

Over the years I have been to more political rallies, events, forums,
roundtables, discussion groups, debates and whatever than I care to
remember. While a whole range of adjectives from boring to thrilling
could be used to describe these events, I have never before been moved
to use contradictory metaphors for the same event. Attending a Ron Paul
campaign rally is a singularly unique experience. I have never seen
anything like it before. Perhaps phenomenal is the word that comes
closest in accuracy, not in the ordinary “awesome” sense, but in the
other-worldly, spatiotemporal sense.


Ron Paul campaign suing the fraudulent anti-Huntsman ad is a win-win for Ron Paul’s message

January 21, 2012
Supporters outside of the Fox News debate on S...

Image via Wikipedia

Ron Paul Visiblast

Image by Jayel Aheram via Flickr

Ron Paul supporters at a pre-debate rally in M...
Image via Wikipedia

“Under current law” he wins, if the courts follow the law.

There are none so blind as those who can’t see “that Ron Paul has any legitimate case”.

#1. The persons that posted that video obviously intended for it to slander Ron Paul’s good name by making it look like his campaign created it, by the names they used at the end, PLUS the author’s comment on the web site itself saying that “the campaign” had requested they not divulge any identifying information.

#2. The very first external reference back to that video was on the Huntsman campaign web site, within scant seconds of its posting on youtube.

#3. The damages are real, as the usual guilty parties in the Big Money Media figures pushed it as something from the Ron Paul campaign.

#4. The fact that they are suing based on sufficient grounds to uncover the anonymous authors of this libelous subterfuge, is already a win-win for the Ron Paul campaign, in the real world, because
(a) it demonstrates that it was not the Ron Paul campaign that posted this video, but that
…(b) they also consider it a despicable and legally actionable slander against what his message stands for, and that
…(c) it shows that somebody was out to intentionally smear the campaign, the message, and the man in an illegal and actionable way
…(c) other “fellows of the baser sort” that might consider another such subterfuge should beware that they could be hit up for damages, whether it is another candidate’s supporters, or media figure.

Is CBS News Biased Against Ron Paul?

January 10, 2012

Well, we know the media has been trying to make Ron Paul an “un-person” in the style of George Orwell’s 1984, but this has got to be one of the most crazy things they’ve done so far:


Is CBS News Biased Against Ron Paul?


Ron Paul is number two in the poll from last night (the night before the primary), but CBS reported (with graphics) the number 1, 3, 4, and 5 candidates, totally omitting Ron Paul.

What better testimony that Ron Paul is shaking up the Establishment, the crony capitalists?

This should backfire on the media in a big way.

We shall see. In case the reader hasn’t noticed, Ron Paul is getting positive attention for this and for his ideas from a growing number of “liberal” as well as “conservative” commentators.


Dems Furious After Vote Change Gives Lead to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice –

July 15, 2011

Oh the hypocrisy. These same “liberals” did not complain about the foot-dragging so-called “vote count” that put failed Air America talk show host Al Franken into Congress.