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Mega
11-17-07, 02:11 PM
.......and pass on:-
Mike


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metalman
11-17-07, 02:52 PM
.......and pass on:-
Mike



hey, like your new avatar.

i'm still waiting for paul to renounce stormfront (http://flapsblog.com/?p=5793) and all the other neo nazi groups that support him. return don black's dirty campaign money. if he doesn't then he approvals (http://bamapachyderm.com/archives/2007/10/30/ron-paul-campaign-responds-about-neo-nazi-don-black-donation/). after he denounces them and returns don black's money i'm full speed ahead with paul! as it is he's killing his chances (http://news.yahoo.com/s/uc/20071116/cm_uc_crmchx/op_54409) of candidacy.

it's about to suck for my man paul, i'm afraid...

Enjoy your media-relations nightmare boys; you’ve earned it. (http://lonestartimes.com/2007/11/16/you-say-you-want-a-revolution/)

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FRED
11-17-07, 07:46 PM
hey, like your new avatar.

i'm still waiting for paul to renounce stormfront (http://flapsblog.com/?p=5793) and all the other neo nazi groups that support him. return don black's dirty campaign money. if he doesn't then he approvals (http://bamapachyderm.com/archives/2007/10/30/ron-paul-campaign-responds-about-neo-nazi-don-black-donation/). after he denounces them and returns don black's money i'm full speed ahead with paul! as it is he's killing his chances (http://news.yahoo.com/s/uc/20071116/cm_uc_crmchx/op_54409) of candidacy.

it's about to suck for my man paul, i'm afraid...

Enjoy your media-relations nightmare boys; you’ve earned it. (http://lonestartimes.com/2007/11/16/you-say-you-want-a-revolution/)



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Ann
11-17-07, 08:10 PM
hey, like your new avatar.

i'm still waiting for paul to renounce stormfront (http://flapsblog.com/?p=5793) and all the other neo nazi groups that support him. return don black's dirty campaign money. if he doesn't then he approvals (http://bamapachyderm.com/archives/2007/10/30/ron-paul-campaign-responds-about-neo-nazi-don-black-donation/). after he denounces them and returns don black's money i'm full speed ahead with paul! as it is he's killing his chances (http://news.yahoo.com/s/uc/20071116/cm_uc_crmchx/op_54409) of candidacy.

it's about to suck for my man paul, i'm afraid...

Enjoy your media-relations nightmare boys; you’ve earned it. (http://lonestartimes.com/2007/11/16/you-say-you-want-a-revolution/)



Metalman,

I hear what you're saying. What about Giuliani? Worse?

http://thehill.com/josh-marshall/giuliani-hoards-nuts-2007-10-19.html

Giuliani hoards nuts
By The Hill Staff
October 19, 2007
People tend to think of Rudy Giuliani as a political moderate. Strong on leadership, a tough guy and all that, sure, but not another Republican hard-liner.

What doesn’t seem to be getting anywhere near enough attention, however, is that Rudy is assembling a team of foreign policy advisers who are about twice as crazy — and probably would turn out to be about three times as crazy — as the Bush team that brought us the last six years of Bush-inspired catastrophes. Beside Rudy’s brain trust, Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz look downright rational.

First up, legendary godfather of neoconservatism Norman Podhoretz. Podhoretz is on the side of the debate that says the war on terror is actually World War IV (World War III was the Cold War, apparently) pitting the United States against the combined forces of “Islamofascism.” More pressing, however, is the decision Podhoretz has made about Iran. We have to go to war, says Podhoretz. Not “we might have to” or “we’re willing to go to war if that’s what it takes to stop the Iranians from getting nuclear weapons.” The question’s already been answered. It will take war. And we need to get started with it as soon as possible. Podhoretz even went over to the White House last month for a secret audience with President Bush and outgoing adviser Karl Rove to implore them to attack Iran as soon as possible.

Pervilis Spurius
11-17-07, 11:23 PM
Ron Paul says:

Racism is simply an ugly form of collectivism, the mindset that views humans only as members of groups and never as individuals. Racists believe that all individual who share superficial physical characteristics are alike; as collectivists, racists think only in terms of groups. By encouraging Americans to adopt a group mentality, the advocates of so-called "diversity" actually perpetuate racism. Their intense focus on race is inherently racist, because it views individuals only as members of racial groups.

http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul68.html

you're right, metalman, in that this is what the opposition is brewing to stop Paul's ascension. But I wouldn't get too worked up about it. I certainly wouldn't let it stop my support for him. Mona Charen? Please. It's indistinguishable from any number of hit pieces (and there's been a lot) on Paul. Full of inaccuracies to boot.

Jim Nickerson
11-18-07, 12:05 AM
Metalman,

I hear what you're saying. What about Giuliani? Worse?

http://thehill.com/josh-marshall/giuliani-hoards-nuts-2007-10-19.html

Giuliani hoards nuts
By The Hill Staff
October 19, 2007
People tend to think of Rudy Giuliani as a political moderate. Strong on leadership, a tough guy and all that, sure, but not another Republican hard-liner.

What doesn’t seem to be getting anywhere near enough attention, however, is that Rudy is assembling a team of foreign policy advisers who are about twice as crazy — and probably would turn out to be about three times as crazy — as the Bush team that brought us the last six years of Bush-inspired catastrophes. Beside Rudy’s brain trust, Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz look downright rational.

First up, legendary godfather of neoconservatism Norman Podhoretz. Podhoretz is on the side of the debate that says the war on terror is actually World War IV (World War III was the Cold War, apparently) pitting the United States against the combined forces of “Islamofascism.” More pressing, however, is the decision Podhoretz has made about Iran. We have to go to war, says Podhoretz. Not “we might have to” or “we’re willing to go to war if that’s what it takes to stop the Iranians from getting nuclear weapons.” The question’s already been answered. It will take war. And we need to get started with it as soon as possible. Podhoretz even went over to the White House last month for a secret audience with President Bush and outgoing adviser Karl Rove to implore them to attack Iran as soon as possible.

Don't worry about it, Ann.

Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the US--barring assasination.

metalman
11-18-07, 12:26 AM
Ron Paul says:


http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul68.html

you're right, metalman, in that this is what the opposition is brewing to stop Paul's ascension. But I wouldn't get too worked up about it. I certainly wouldn't let it stop my support for him. Mona Charen? Please. It's indistinguishable from any number of hit pieces (and there's been a lot) on Paul. Full of inaccuracies to boot.

i don't buy it. why can't paul come out and denounce the right wing hate groups that support him? imagine you're him and this stormfront gal in the video is singing your praises. i don't know about you but i'd be on the air in short order talking about unamerican these guys are. that's not what america is about. i'm no fan of gw and didn't vote for the guy. but at least after 9/11 he was fast on the air saying the attack wasn't a muslim attack. he quickly quashing rising anti-arab and anti-muslim bigotry. can we expect that kind of critical leadership under similar circumstances from paul?

more to the point, people judge you by the company you keep. period. how many on this list are behind him? one is too many for me.

http://fbilibrary.fbiacademy.edu/bibliographies/hatebiascrime.htm

rj1
11-18-07, 06:32 PM
Don't worry about it, Ann.

Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the US--barring assasination.

Yeah, I'm resigned to Hillary winning the election.

Spartacus
11-18-07, 06:55 PM
NIce avatar


I'm going to come over there and play some classical music at you