12.18.2007

He Said "Christ!"

But, man, the Republican establishment sure isn't embracing this guy. Sean Hannity can't go a single day without bashing him. Somethings up!

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

You missed the best Huckabee commercial:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjYv2YW6azE&feature=user

Ann Richards said...

My guess is that you'll be saying "Mr. President!" in about 11 months.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul said that when fascism comes it will wrapped in a flag and carrying a cross. When communism comes, she will be wearing a pants suit.

senator larry craig said...

I'm assuming that commercial only gets distribution in Iowa and New Hampshire (maybe just Iowa), which are already full of political ads. Those citizens have already had their fill of all the other negative ads, so I imagine that a soft lesson from Matthew & Luke may have a nice effect for him.

The ire from Hannity comes because he first met Huckabee in a toe-tap incident in an airport bathroom...both demanded bottom status.

Anonymous said...

ALL YE HARKEN UNTO THIS! The ANTICHRIST has spaken unto us all on this blog (127 posts) and she dwelleth among us. The end of the earth cometh! Forget about Huckabee...run for the nearest church!

Anonymous said...

Could that mean that he's not one of their boys that they know they can control? Does that mean that he actually represents a group of voters that both parties are taking way too lightly.

Anonymous said...

The only place I've ever seen or heard of Ron Paul is on blog comments.

Sydney Bristow said...

Yes ... who is this Ron Paul fellow and why does he give me the heebie jeebies?

Anonymous said...

Lordy, do you people really not know who Ron Paul is??? The wildcard/darkhorse Republican Texas congressman running for President, who pretty much speaks the plain truth as he sees it.

Some of his ideas are a little "out there," but he plays no games and pulls no punches ... and he's been raising a whopping amount of money in small bites, from a growing following of "everymen" who are tired of the same old Washington B.S.

I can't say I'm for him, but it's hard to say I'm against him ... or Huckabee either, for that matter. I don't particularly agree with the politics of either, but the two of them are breaths of fresh air in this year's Republican campaign.

They've both been painted as "nuts" by the establishment types, but I don't think either of them is.

Patrick Henry said...

Ron Paul only sounds like a nut if you've never actually thought about all the individual liberties you've sceeded to the Federal Govt. Just ask Barron what the "war on drugs" has done to shred your 4th amendment rights. CHeck him out on youtube, and then read todays news on the $516 Billion budget and the amount of money it borrows to fund federal thoughtfulness.

Think Frustrated said...

I guess he's not really going for the Jewish or Kwanza vote.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads up from anon. 1134 and Patrick Henry.

Anonymous said...

Well, Mike's son, the dog killer, freaks me out....

http://www.newsweek.com/id/78241

Makes me wonder about his upbringing. Makes me really wonder about Mike being the POTUS. Mike won't get my vote.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul seems alright. I might vote for him if he gets on a ticket. But he is supported by too many fringe conspiracy theorists types to ever win an election.

Anonymous said...

Ron Paul,where have I heard that name before? Wasn't he the transvestite they used to have on all the talk shows? If so he's definitely got my vote.

M&M said...

Hannity probably doesn't like him because he's a former governor of Arkansas and we know how he felt about the one that was president. Ron Paul is an isolationist.

Patrick Henry said...

Hey 5:38 He's a non-interventionest. As a 12 year military vet a I can assure you, you cannot implement our values and political ideals on others with a rifle (Iraq) or enforce our welfare system with a baynoet (Somalia). Wheat and corn shortages forcasted for next year but our govt. restricts the amount we produce and subsidizes it to inflate prices. Yeah, its time for Ron Paul.

AnObiter said...

What's the big deal? I think that's a very nice, seasonally appropriate ad.

It's better than bashing all of his counterparts.

I just can't get over his weird name. President Huckabee. With a straight face...lol.

Anonymous said...

Finally someone who isn't afraid of the word CHRIST! Way to go you have my vote.