Within the last twenty four hours we have seen some pretty radical Americans pony up to a lectern and spew some ungodly rhetoric. Enter Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul.
Famous Reichwing-nut job Michele Bachmann held an unprecedented meeting with “reality,” today which has tragically and inevitably led to the announcement that she is dropping out of the presidential campaign. Poor Marcus Bachmann will never get to be First Lady, after all! Damn!
So will she now return to space? Or better yet just go back to her job of collecting a paycheck in return for refusing to show up for work, like all the other teapublican losers who have so effectively managed to monetize “doing nothing,” politics. Honestly it’s not a bad back-up gig to running for President!
Then again, there’s always room for a lunatic teapublican woman in the Vice Presidential slot on the ticket, MAYBE? We can always “hope.”
"Miss Hell" Bachmann has now tripled down on her views...the ones that put her in last place in her own home state. The "obamacare" blitz, which was her only mission. (mentioned 12 times in her good-bye sonata) as POTUS seeker, which has now cost her the career that she so drooled over.
I have a tear in my eye as 'Batshit Crazy" exits stage left. No more are the days of listening to a Senator whom lacks basic American history.
Goodbye Michele Bachmann, say hello to Palin, Cain, Trump and Pawlenty when you join them in the teapublican loser line. The line of useful idiots.
As noted by "politifact" Bachmann had the most ratings on the false end of the truth-O-meter scale, with 72 percent mostly false or lower. She also ranks first for the largest share of Pants on Fire ratings (23 percent)."
Even in America, bald faced lies and half truths can be damaging to one's credibility. A truly great American story and who'd a thunk it? Good-bye batshit, and don't let the door hit you where the good Lord split you!
While watching Ron Paul speech last night after the Iowa caucus, I sat in wonderment as to why someone would either follow or vote for this bombastic buffoon. Listening to this squealing, squelching voice was far worse than any fingernail on a chalkboard. I quickly associated Paul with Jack Nicholson's character in "one flew over the cuckoos nest"!
This man is more f**ked up than I once thought. What do teabaggers do when reality's round peg just won't fit into their little square hole...make up some more blather and play the innocent victim of vast conspiracy cards. What else? Hence enter Ron Paul's conspiracy theory on 9/11.
Long-time Paul campaign and congressional aide Eric Dondero recently wrote a statement on the website RightWingNews.com saying that after the Sept. 11 attacks, Paul “engaged in conspiracy theories including perhaps the attacks were coordinated with the CIA, and that the Bush administration might have known about the attacks ahead of time.” Dondero recently repeated that charge in a joint interview with Mike Michaels of Redstate and the Spokane Conservative Examiner last week. Dondero went so far as to call Paul "the original 9/11 truther."
”When Al- Qaeda attacked our country on 9-11, Ron Paul told us the CIA was behind it. And that Bush and Cheney knew about the attack in advance,” Dondero said.Mr. Paul has blamed America for 9/11 often, and has stated the Bush administration reacted with glee over the terror attacks. Given his support for other truthers and previous statements he has made, it really isn't that difficult to believe he would fall in line with those who don't think fire can melt steel. Birthers, truthers, teabaggers, teapublcians, AGENDA 21 radicals, are all one in the same, just named or identified differently to confuse the masses.
In a previous interview, Dondero said that after witnessing the attack on the Pentagon, Paul was more concerned about how Bush would use the attack, and nearly voted against responding militarily.
In 1988, while running for president on the Libertarian Party ticket, Paul highlighted yet another conspiracy theory, and this one doesn't collapse under investigation: The CIA, Paul told a gathering of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, was involved in trafficking drugs as part of the Iran-Contra debacle.
Quoting Paul: Drug trafficking is "a gold mine for people who want to raise money in the underground government in order to finance projects that they can't get legitimately. It is very clear that the CIA has been very much involved with drug dealings," Paul said. "The CIA was very much involved in the Iran-Contra scandals. I'm not making up the stories; we saw it on television. They were hauling down weapons and drugs back. And the CIA and government officials were closing their eyes, fighting a war that was technically illegal."Now on to Ronnie's "foreign policies". Paul has made moves that shore up his credentials and views - that on both national security and foreign policy, he represents a radical or dangerous departure from the mainstream. For heavens sake he even has Eye-of-Newt saying his policies are dangerous.
Newt Gingrich has finally found a politician he considers even worse than a president he calls socialist, anti-colonialist and radical. That would be his fellow teapublican Ron Paul.
"I think Barack Obama is very destructive to the future of the United States. I think Ron Paul's views are totally outside the mainstream of virtually every decent American," Gingrich said in a CNN interview with Wolf Blitzer.Could he vote for Paul? "No." If it came down to Paul vs. Obama? "You'd have a very hard choice at that point."
In the National Journal, Miss Hell Bachmann said she considered Paul "unfit" for the office of POTUS. Talk about your pot and kettle moment, but it just goes to show you that as FUBAR as Bachmann is, she can still identify with how ludicrous this idea is - of Ron Paul residing in the White House.
This is not rocket science readers. I am fast becoming the most unpopular man in America, among Ron Paul supporters that is. Truth is seldom popular among those at odds with that truth.
Paul supporters have worked diligently to convince voters that their candidate is the “real deal” constitutionalist conservative in the ’12 presidential race and that he has a real chance of winning. But the facts simply don’t support either of these claims and pointing this reality out seems to drive Paul supporters into a fit of unbridled rage.
The fact is, though Ron Paul himself is no threat to anyone or anything, his campaign is on a track that is very dangerous for America. Although he is highly unlikely to win anything, his campaign is increasingly likely to cause real trouble for those of the radical persuasion.
The Bill Looman's of the world are amongst us, and like Ron Paul, with a voice they are a dangerous lot! With the likes of Ron Paul, radical white supremacist toting guns, "Soldiers of Fortune" magazines, and Gadsden's flags run rampant in our neighborhoods.
A dangerous lot indeed!