Over the last couple of days, this blog has received (thus far) nearly 200 comments for posts that, responders believe, not only disrespected Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), but diminished and blasphemed him. All I did was conduct a personal analysis – based on years of observation and study – and projecting that understanding to offer who I believed would make the best ticket to defeat Barack Obama in 2012. As a result, I was vilified and called a lot of names (though these folks are amateurs compared to what I’ve been called over the years) and relegated to being a hack, a moron and more.
What these ignorant boobs failed to understand, though I tried to explain, is that I agree with just about everything Ron Paul espouses. I respect him and would love to have his ideas instituted and ingrained into American politics and culture. I just don’t believe the country would elect Rep. Paul given the demographics and other political considerations, his philosophy notwithstanding.
The buttweeds that attacked me are doing Ron Paul absolutely no good. They argue that he is electable as President of the United States while giving his detractors more and more fuel to marginalize him and his message.
To divert the Ron Paul discussion from the vitriolic logic-bashing of these wing-nuts, I’m posting below two videos recommended to me and links to three informative websites. Disregard the fools that have jumped on me for making what I believe a reasonable choice (unaided by the MSM, DNC, RNC, CIA, IRS, UN or any other combination of letters). Don’t let “them” taint your own evaluation of what Rep. Paul stands for. Take a look for yourself at the information. You’ll likely find Ron Paul’s ideas very appealing and, like many (wing nuts and me included), wondering why more of our politicians aren’t picking up his mantle and leading with it.