posted on Apr, 14 2009 @ 12:53 AM
I have never liked Ron Paul, but I joined the rEVOLution because I loved the people, the energy, the desire for change. I tried to like Ron Paul, even
though he was a Libertarian, and I don't agree with that philosophy at all.
But I loved the rEVOLution and made signs and campaigned. Then one day before the second round of primaries was to begin, Ron Paul quit. We were all
stunned, felt like somebody kicked us in the gut. We said, why, why, why.
Before this happened, Ron Paul sent out a letter begging us to send him money for his run for Congress, said he had no money in his war chest. Nobody
gave him any money becuase we wanted him running for president, not congress. We thought it was kind of rude of him, and it made us nervous to see how
preoccupied he seemed to be with Congress and not the presidency.
So he quit. Alex said he quit, Jeff Rense said he quit, all the media reported he had quit. But after he won his primary, he came back and kept
hinting that he hadn't really quit. The links stayed up asking for donations. Then the supporters got really nutting. Most of them just gave up, some
went to work for Obama. But some became "Paultards," just plain nutty, said they were goign to take over the GOP convention, mutiny, all kinds of
weird stuff. The campaign was taken over from then on by Libertarians, proaborts, people wanting to legalize drugs, and who were just nutty.
Ron Paul made sure not to endorse any other politician, so any third party attempt was killed. Ron Paul made certain of it. About two weeks before the
election he finally endorsed Chuck Baldwin. He kept stringing people along, wanted a big rally in DC to show the world our supposed power. Then he
finked out on that. All the while the clock was ticking and getting closer to election.
An election between two noncandidates that people did not want either one, and were ready to go third party.
Ron Paul's job was to siphon off that energy and make sure it didn't happen. His reward? Millions of dollars in stolen campaign money, fraudulantly
gained; he never meant to run for president, just to sucker people. Now he has his phony Campaign for Liberty, still pulling in the money, and he is
now a respected "talking head."
Ron Paul never did anything for anybody, never got any legislation passed, and comes off as a kook, speaking in speaks and hisses. He tries to look
and act goofy, in my opinion, on purpose.
Ron Paul gives me the creeps. He flashes the el diablo, shakes hands like a Freemason in front of millions on TV, Mr. Big Shot. He's a creep. If Alex
hadn't bcked him, and if David Dees art hadn't portrayed him as the savior of the constitution and a good guy, he would not have gotten past first