DPD woulda thrown a Boot Party for him...
Crazy Ron Paul lovers are as bad as Obama lovers.
THOSE are the kind of DWIs that don't go to trial!!
BTW Barry, it seems that the old "have to press the Publish Comment button twice" thing is starting to happen again. Not all the time, though.
Super Trooper Tom Bishop would have busted a cap in his azz.
@11:25 amI was gonna say that dude can blow a 0.3 and still make a better voting decision than more than half the country did three years ago.Which part of Ron Paul's message does everyone have a problem with? Get our troops home? Fiscal responsibility? Military blowback?Enlighten me please.
2:04 Noting that I am 99.9% accurate on judging people....the guy is a flake.
Well if Barack Obama is the answer it must have been a really stupid question
Which part of Ron Paul's message does everyone have a problem with? Get our troops home? Fiscal responsibility? Military blowback?Enlighten me please.Well, the Republicans seem to have a problem with his assertion that the US is the cause of the 9/11 attacks because of our meddling in Muslim lands. I'm inclined to agree with him, though, although I'm not sure from a practical standpoint how we can completely withdraw from the region without OPEC becoming the next superpower.Also, his tactics for spending less money seem crazy. Completely eliminate federal regulations? That reminds me of what a Houston columnist said about Rick Perry's secession idea: The average guy views secession like some people view a 3-way. Sounds interesting, but it probably won't happen in this lifetime. Paul's ideas are the same. Intellectually, assuming that corporations would not destroy the planet and eliminate worker and product safety issues, getting rid of OSHA, the EPA, and others sounds great. I'm all for it. And they are certainly over-reaching at times. But it's better to have them than not. Period. Rage
I don't get it. Rege seems to be a considerate, thinking person. On this blog???
What is the legal limit on hurting people?
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