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Originally posted by brick38
A far right wing tea partier is calling for the death of the president.
with a PNAC board member to promote the world gold standard, you know, the one that caused the Great Depression.
I am not a member of nor a registered voter with either of the two parties who control government at all levels. I am however a member of the Libertarian Party (constitutional conservative) but I am not loyal to any political party, institution, or business
The title of the thread was to point out the political madness.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
reply to post by jdub297
He can claim to be a "democratic candidate for Congress" but he isn't. He isn't a member of the Democratic party. He DID run for office as a Republican/Tea Party candidate and was soundly beaten. He DOES claim to be a member of the Libertarian Tea Party. According to the several articles on this topic, this was his outburst after losing in his election.
Wannabe Tea Party politician unleashes racist Facebook screed against President Obama
Jules Manson a true role model A symptom of the ideological divide in America
From Manson's own Web site:
I am however a member of the Libertarian Party (constitutional conservative)
FreakOutNation goes into a whole lot more depth in this idiot for anyone who really cares.
Originally posted by schuyler
reply to post by brick38
Your source, the Huffington Post, is equivalent to Fox News for accuracy. In fact, this guy is a FAILED tea party candidate, running for a party that does not exist. Also, he's an avid Ron Paul supporter and calls himnself a libetarian: Form the article you sourced:
Manson, an avid Ron Paul supporter and libertarian, also writes that he has since been visited by the Secret Service, with whom he says he cooperated fully as he "was hiding nothing."
So your headline could just as accurately have stated: "Ron Paul Supporter calls for the assassination...."
n a post listed since the latest flare-up, Manson derisively announces a 2012 run for California's 28th State Senate district as a Democrat.
Since you allege to have read his page, then you KNOW he is not a member of the Tea Party Movement.
He is a Libertarian. Is that too hard for you spell, or are you just grasping at straws?
There is no such thing as a "Repulican/Tea Party" candidate.
In one post on Ron Paul's Facebook page, Jules Manson had this to say: "I may be atheist but Ron Paul is my god.
Several posts by Manson on Ron Paul's Facebook page have been removed, as well as several posts on other web sites.