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A Republican white supremacist grandfather and Tea Party fascist dad...hmmm...who didn't see this one coming?... :roll: :lol:


Son of US Sen. Rand Paul arrested at NC airport
http://news.msn.com/politics/son-of-us- ... nc-airport


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A Republican white supremacist grandfather and Tea Party fascist dad...hmmm...who didn't see this one coming?... :roll: :lol:


Son of US Sen. Rand Paul arrested at NC airport
http://news.msn.com/politics/son-of-us- ... nc-airport


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Dear God.....a 19 year old drinking underage! Obama must be slipping, to allow that to happen. Those airline stewardesses are damn lucky they didn't serve an underage terrorist!

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Fox seems to love Ron Paul recently....
http://www.dailypaul.com/268631/ron-pau ... ary-4-2013
(But a voice like his is gone.... :wink:)

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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
A Republican white supremacist grandfather and Tea Party fascist dad...hmmm...who didn't see this one coming?... :roll: :lol:


Son of US Sen. Rand Paul arrested at NC airport
http://news.msn.com/politics/son-of-us- ... nc-airport


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Dear God.....a 19 year old drinking underage! Obama must be slipping, to allow that to happen. Those airline stewardesses are damn lucky they didn't serve an underage terrorist!


The person who currently calls himself Disco Boy would probably agree.


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Fox seems to love Ron Paul recently....
http://www.dailypaul.com/268631/ron-pau ... ary-4-2013
(But a voice like his is gone.... :wink:)


His "voice" is NOT gone. His ideals, accurate world event predictions and extremely analytical & logical thinking live on...

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A Republican white supremacist grandfather and Tea Party fascist dad...hmmm...who didn't see this one coming?... :roll: :lol:


Son of US Sen. Rand Paul arrested at NC airport
http://news.msn.com/politics/son-of-us- ... nc-airport


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Hey, look everybody! tweedle-dumb is back! He must've escaped from the psychiatric ward?!...


In the meantime, someone should tell him that the above story has almost NOTHING to do with Ron Paul. Not to mention the FACT that Ron Paul is NOT a white supremacist or a Tea Party fascist. :wink:

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Fox seems to love Ron Paul recently....
http://www.dailypaul.com/268631/ron-pau ... ary-4-2013
(But a voice like his is gone.... :wink:)


His "voice" is NOT gone. His ideals, accurate world event predictions and extremely analytical & logical thinking live on...



Sorry, DB - this time I really did forget the inverted commas: "But a voice like [his] yours is gone" was a quote from the presenter, Neil Cavuto, at the beginning of the clip. Words that Ron Paul proceeds to vigorously deny in the course of the following interview. My bad. :wink:

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Disco boy is Isaac.

http://hiphoplibertarians.blogspot.com/ ... h-ron.html

Do a google search of "Isaac Baranoff Ron Paul" and look at what comes up...fricken douchbag. :roll:


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I don't know if he is Isaac, a Randroid, or just plain foolish...but he definitely could use some professional help... :smoke:


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Caputh wrote:
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Fox seems to love Ron Paul recently....
http://www.dailypaul.com/268631/ron-pau ... ary-4-2013
(But a voice like his is gone.... :wink:)


His "voice" is NOT gone. His ideals, accurate world event predictions and extremely analytical & logical thinking live on...



Sorry, DB - this time I really did forget the inverted commas: "But a voice like [his] yours is gone" was a quote from the presenter, Neil Cavuto, at the beginning of the clip. Words that Ron Paul proceeds to vigorously deny in the course of the following interview. My bad. :wink:


There you go again with your misinterpretation of events.

Cavuto's statement was basically a figurative speech. And RP did NOT, "vigorously deny in the course of the following interview", that his "voice" is gone. In fact, Cavuto stated how much success RP's had and how he's "...galvanized a nation..." :roll:

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Disco boy is Isaac.

http://hiphoplibertarians.blogspot.com/ ... h-ron.html

Do a google search of "Isaac Baranoff Ron Paul" and look at what comes up...fricken douchbag. :roll:


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I don't know if he is Isaac, a Randroid, or just plain foolish...but he definitely could use some professional help... :smoke:


That's nice.

Anyway, have you two love birds consummated your relationship yet? You just know you got to got to got to...


You know, you three are hilarious. Because whenever we have these fascinating little discussions and I PROVE MY POINTS AND DISPROVE YOUR POINTS with compelling evidence and facts, you STILL hold on to your ardent opinions like they're correct, despite the FACT they're not. Why is that? Are you gluttons for punishment or something? It's like I'm the Green Giant crushing slugs with each and every step or something...

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Swingin' a great big green weenie too,eh DB? :mrgreen:

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There you go again with your misinterpretation of events.

Cavuto's statement was basically a figurative speech. And RP did NOT, "vigorously deny in the course of the following interview", that his "voice" is gone. In fact, Cavuto stated how much success RP's had and how he's "...galvanized a nation..." :roll:



Well, Ron Paul does say in answer to Cavuto that there will be many other voices that will continue his work, but perhaps that's not vigourously denying, maybe it's just mildly denying. I wasn't really attempting an interpretation either, I was merely quoting from the clip. My motivation for posting that interview was to entertain you and others with a favourable interview with Ron Paul and very lightly tease you a tiny little bit - the clue being the little winky pumpkin.
You see yourself as the Jolly Green Giant? Maybe so, but in this case you're making a (maize) mountain out of a molehill.

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Caputh wrote:
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There you go again with your misinterpretation of events.

Cavuto's statement was basically a figurative speech. And RP did NOT, "vigorously deny in the course of the following interview", that his "voice" is gone. In fact, Cavuto stated how much success RP's had and how he's "...galvanized a nation..." :roll:



Well, Ron Paul does say in answer to Cavuto that there will be many other voices that will continue his work, but perhaps that's not vigourously denying, maybe it's just mildly denying. I wasn't really attempting an interpretation either, I was merely quoting from the clip. My motivation for posting that interview was to entertain you and others with a favourable interview with Ron Paul and very lightly tease you a tiny little bit - the clue being the little winky pumpkin.
You see yourself as the Jolly Green Giant? Maybe so, but in this case you're making a (maize) mountain out of a molehill.


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But Disco Boy, I didn't take up a position in the first place, so how can I backpedal from it? :mrgreen:
I quoted something with a little smiley pumpkin face next to it and you accused me of "misinterpretation". You do get your knickers in a twist about bugger all at times... :roll:

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But Disco Boy, I didn't take up a position in the first place, so how can I backpedal from it? :mrgreen:
I quoted something with a little smiley pumpkin face next to it and you accused me of "misinterpretation". You do get your knickers in a twist about bugger all at times... :roll:



Sure sign he needs proffessional help... :smoke:


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But Disco Boy, I didn't take up a position in the first place, so how can I backpedal from it? :mrgreen:
I quoted something with a little smiley pumpkin face next to it and you accused me of "misinterpretation". You do get your knickers in a twist about bugger all at times... :roll:



Sure sign he needs proffessional help...

The oldest profession I presume? :lol:

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Disco Boy and Isaac baranoff are the same person.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im_A1dae1lU


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Caputh wrote:
But Disco Boy, I didn't take up a position in the first place, so how can I backpedal from it? :mrgreen:
I quoted something with a little smiley pumpkin face next to it and you accused me of "misinterpretation". You do get your knickers in a twist about bugger all at times... :roll:


You're joking, right? If not, then re-read your previous statement.

Even MORE sinewy backpedaling.

:roll:

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Sure sign he needs proffessional help... :smoke:


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Disco Boy and Isaac baranoff are the same person.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im_A1dae1lU


You didn't answer my previous question. Here it is AGAIN:

Have you two love birds consummated your relationship yet? You just know you got to got to got to...

Oh and btw, tweedle-dee, I'm still waitin' for you to show me where I apparently stated, "out-right lies" & "half-truths." :roll:

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...I'm still waitin' for you to show me where I apparently stated, "out-right lies" & "half-truths." :roll:



Just for starters you quoted Ron Paul, a Politician, they all lie and tell half truths, need I say more… :smoke:


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...I'm still waitin' for you to show me where I apparently stated, "out-right lies" & "half-truths." :roll:



Just for starters you quoted Ron Paul, a Politician, they all lie and tell half truths, need I say more… :smoke:


Actually, you DO need to say more. Because while I agree most politicians lie, that's a baseless claim when it comes to Ron Paul. You may not agree with him politically but Ron Paul is NOT a bullshitter.

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You may not agree with him politically but Ron Paul is NOT a bullshitter.


he's a politician (and a fucked one at that). it goes with the territory.


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Ron Paul appeals to trailer park white trash.

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Beginning in 1978, for more than two decades Paul and his associates published a number of political and investment-oriented newsletters bearing his name (Dr. Ron Paul's Freedom Report, The Ron Paul Survival Report, the Ron Paul Investment Letter, and the Ron Paul Political Report). By 1993, a business through which Paul was publishing the newsletters was earning in excess of $900,000 per year.

A number of the newsletters, particularly in the period between 1988 and 1994 when Paul was no longer in Congress, contained material that later proved highly controversial, dwelling on conspiracy theories, praising anti-government militia movements, and warning of coming race wars. During Paul's 1996 congressional election campaign, and his 2008 and 2012 presidential primary campaigns, critics charged that some of the passages reflected racist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic bigotry.

The newsletters included statements such as:
"...I think we can safely assume that 95 percent of the black males are semi-criminal or entirely criminal."
"Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for that pro-communist philanderer, Martin Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank him for our annual Hate Whitey Day!"
"An ex-cop I know advises that if you have to use a gun on a youth [to defend yourself against armed robbery], you should leave the scene immediately, disposing of the wiped off gun as soon as possible... I frankly don't know what to make of such advice, but even in my little town of Lake Jackson, Texas, I've urged everyone in my family to know how to use a gun in self defense. For the animals are coming."
“I miss the closet. Homosexuals, not to speak of the rest of society, were far better off when social pressure forced them to hide their activities. They could also not be as promiscuous. Is it any coincidence that the AIDS epidemic developed after they came 'out of the closet,' and started hyper-promiscuous sodomy? I don't believe so, medically or morally.”
“[Magic] Johnson may be a sports star, but he is dying [of AIDS] because he violated moral laws.”
“[T]he criminal ‘Justice’ Department wants to force dentists to treat these Darth Vader types [people with AIDS] under the vicious Americans With Disabilities Act;" and “[W]e all have the right to discriminate, which is what freedom of association is all about, especially against killers [AIDS patients].”

Other passages referred to former Secretary of Health & Human Services Donna Shalala as a “short lesbian” and Martin Luther King, Jr. as a pedophile and “lying socialist satyr" – while offering praise for former Ku Klux Klan Imperial Wizard David Duke and other controversial figures.


When criticism of the newsletters was leveled against Paul during his 1996 congressional election, he did not deny writing the newsletters, but instead defended them and said that the material had been taken out of context. In later years, Paul said that the controversial material had been ghostwritten by members of a team that included 6 or 8 others and that, as publisher, not editor, he had not even been aware of the content of the controversial articles until years after they had been published. He eventually disavowed those passages, and stated that in 1996 his campaign advisers had thought denying authorship would be too confusing and that he had to live with the material published under his name. Some political commentators made note of the changing nature of the explanations he had provided over the years about his involvement with the newsletters.

An estranged former long-term aide of Paul, Eric Dondero, alleged that Paul was lying about his role in the production of the controversial newsletters. During the 2012 Republican presidential primary campaign, in January 2012, the Washington Post reported[190] that several of Paul's former associates said that Paul had been very involved in the production of the newsletters and had allowed the controversial material to be included as part of a deliberate strategy to boost profits. Paul's former secretary said, "It was his newsletter, and it was under his name, so he always got to see the final product... He would proof it." Paul continued to deny the accusations and to disavow the material.


It's no wonder why Isaac Boy is so fixated with this guy.


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...I'm still waitin' for you to show me where I apparently stated, "out-right lies" & "half-truths." :roll:



Just for starters you quoted Ron Paul, a Politician, they all lie and tell half truths, need I say more… :smoke:


Actually, you DO need to say more. Because while I agree most politicians lie, that's a baseless claim when it comes to Ron Paul. You may not agree with him politically but Ron Paul is NOT a bullshitter.



Really that's what your going with? Wow... :smoke:


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You may not agree with him politically but Ron Paul is NOT a bullshitter.


he's a politician (and a fucked one at that). it goes with the territory.


Even if that was true, how the fuck would you know? I state this because you've already proven, at the very least, to be incredibly ignorance when it comes to ANY knowledge relating to or about RP. :roll:

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Ron Paul appeals to trailer park white trash.

.........BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH..........

It's no wonder why Isaac Boy is so fixated with this guy.


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Haven't you heard? Your crap has already been PROVEN to be BS...COUNTLESS TIMES. :roll:

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Actually, you DO need to say more. Because while I agree most politicians lie, that's a baseless claim when it comes to Ron Paul. You may not agree with him politically but Ron Paul is NOT a bullshitter.



Really that's what your going with? Wow... :smoke:


Ron Paul has more qualifications, experience, consistency AND integrity than ANY other politician you can name (the complete opposite of Obama). He has accurately predicted MANY world events, including 9/11, the Iraq War and the current Housing Bubble Crisis, etc. I've utilized PLENTY of compelling evidence AND proof to educate, re-educate and/or disprove your BS claims about him for months now within this and other related threads. And not ONE of you have been able to prove anything to the contrary. Yet you guys are STILL in constant denial about these FACTS. Why is that?

Serious question: are you guys just incredibly ignorant...or worse, incredibly stupid? :roll:

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If everyone here is so stupid and wrong, why do you continue to waste your time responding? Why not find another forum where people meet the model of what you consider to be "well-educated"? It's not like this crap you go on about has anything to do with Zappa. It could be discussed in any of the thousands of political forms that exist throughout the internet. I can only imagine the reason you choose to stay is love for attention and drama.

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If everyone here is so stupid and wrong, why do you continue to waste your time responding? Why not find another forum where people meet the model of what you consider to be "well-educated"? It's not like this crap you go on about has anything to do with Zappa. It could be discussed in any of the thousands of political forms that exist throughout the internet. I can only imagine the reason you choose to stay is love for attention and drama.



Another symptom of his condition... :smoke:


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