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Oct
07

Ron Paul Cult Helps Raise $5 Million

There’s a lot of media hype about the ability of Ron Paul’s cult followers to raise a lot of money for their candidate’s presidential “campaign.” To be fair, five million bucks IS a lot of money. To be unfair, here’s your typical Ron Paul supporter:

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12 Responses to “Ron Paul Cult Helps Raise $5 Million”


  1. 1 Norm
    October 7, 2007 at 4:01 pm

    I like Ron Paul. But mostly because I hate Gulianni. And Mitt.

  2. 2 Jared
    October 7, 2007 at 4:12 pm

    This is not a typical Ron Paul supporter. A typical Ron Paul supporter is one who believes in bringing the troops home from an unjust war. A person who believes the escalation of the war to Iran and Syria will result in a draft of our children. Most Americans no longer believe Bush’s lies and they like that Ron Paul can speak in debth about issues that none of the other candidates will. After being lied to for 8 years it’s very easy to see who speaks the truth. And I can tell you there are only 3 candidates I have seen in both parties.

    1. Dennis Kucinich ( I like him but not his socialist policies)
    2. Ron Paul (My favorite… Limited Government, Voting Record etc)
    3. Mike Gravel ( Very truthful just don’t like the “FairTax” not a good plan in my opinion)

    So there you have it. The typical Ron Paul supporter hears the truth. Because they have the internet the truth is heard. Why do you think none of the other candidates have any internet support. Don’t you think that if there is 20 times more support for other candidates than Ron Paul you would actually run across people talking about them besides the main stream media?

  3. 3 mike
    October 7, 2007 at 4:36 pm

    Wow, first time i’ve heard that exact phrase applied to that exact picture. You’ve got my vote for most original blog post.

  4. October 7, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    Been following Paul since that second or third debate – I like him. It’s surprising to me that his name recognition and popularity is still growing. It’s interesting.

  5. 5 ya_ok
    October 7, 2007 at 7:06 pm

    corbusier,

    WOW! what no mud to sling? Can’t discredit the man for his personal failings?
    LMAO take it out on his supporters…. thats the way. To be a fool is one thing, to be an ignorant fool is a whole nother thing. You sir clearly dont know of which you speak. *BAAAAA-BAAAAA…* You hear that …mommas calling you back for dinner…. Run along lil’ sheep… Run along.

  6. 6 FZappa
    October 7, 2007 at 7:59 pm

    This reads like parody of parody. Ron Paul supporter, tinfoil hat. No thinking required or desired.

  7. 7 dbassam
    October 7, 2007 at 9:39 pm

    You have no idea what a “typical” Ron Paul supporter is. I am a 35 year old physician, business owner, and father and I am a supporter of Dr. Paul. I voted for Bush in 2000 and abstained in 2004. I was swindled by the neocons. The Socialism of the Democrats makes me sick to my stomach. Dr. Paul is the only politician I have ever given money to. You really have no idea what a typical Ron Paul supporter is like because there is no such thing.

  8. October 9, 2007 at 4:35 am

    Holy Crap!
    Now I know how to get comments on my blog. Just mention Ron Paul and they come out the woodwork.

  9. 9 corbusier
    October 9, 2007 at 7:41 pm

    It’s true! There’s a whole legion of these guys living in their parent’s basement with nothing else to do but Google “ron paul” over and over.

  10. 10 J
    October 13, 2007 at 1:06 pm

    Hi,

    I live in Canada, and the policies being implemented right now in the US are absolutely horrid. You may want to question what is going on before you discredit the man who wants to bring back personal liberty to you. With all the other candidates fearmongering you about the iranian monsters, Paul is the only one who actually finds it wrong to enslave you. The conspiracy nuts maybe a large part of the Paul campaign, but that’s most likely because they have been reading the mainstream news. Here are a few examples:
    Spying on US citizens
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/12/16/AR2005121600021.html

    National ID card
    http://www.cnn.com/2007/POLITICS/08/16/real.id/

    Permission to travel
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/10/12/flying_into_data_hell/

    Spying on protesters
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/nyregion/25infiltrate.html

    US government endorsing torture
    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/04/washington/04interrogate.html/partner/rssnyt?_r=2&hp=&adxnnl=1&oref=slogin&pagewanted=print&adxnnlx=1192294893-UQf9ikRFj0dtxmha9UOCqw

    There are so many more articles in the mainstream. Wake up and smell the fascism. And if you think this is all funny, and pouring battery acid on people, sodomizing them, and torturing young kids with pliers (endorsed by yours truly former attorney general Gonzalez) then get ready for the America you chooose. But remember, as in every government before this one who started out like this – they pass these laws not for a minority, but for all those who question their authority. You might one day be one of those people.

  11. 11 Falconish
    December 10, 2007 at 5:07 am

    LMAO

    This comment box is chock full of giggle-inspiring material.

    “That’s not what a Ron Paul supporter is like! Keep trusting the Bush/Rockefeller-owned media you Sheeple! BAAAH-BAAAH! Wake up and smell the fascism! Neocons! Police State!”

    Please say these people are TRYING to fit the mold you put them in when you posted this blog, because I can’t believe they’re frickin’ serious. Hahaha.

  12. 12 Tim Davenport
    December 30, 2007 at 2:49 am

    I ran a Google for RON PAUL CULT and yours came out on top of about 360,000 hits.

    If you want to get a taste of the bb-sized intellect of the rank-and-file spammers of Ron Paul Cult, check out some of the comments on his You Tube videos…

    Like the Moonies, the one thing these people are good for, and do well, is raise cash for their main man. This is, by the way, the Texas reactionary’s second run for President (following his big 0.47% showing running as the Libertarian Party’s candidate in 1988).

    t


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