posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 12:22 AM
Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
Dang they are hiding the debate...I had to scroll through all the channels just to find it. Luckily I caught it at a good time... Why is Newt still
convinced that Jihadist were behind WTC? This dude makes me sick, and I don't see any excitement coming out of the crowd when RP speaks. Dang
Floridians you are boring...
I actually found it easier to google for the stream than to look through the website.
Don't get me started on Newt though... It's not like I actually considered him to have any credibility or sanity, but when he started talking about
"Jihadists" in South America that want to destroy America, I lost it. I honestly cannot possibly fathom how there are people left in the US who think
"Oh, yeah! Those Jihadists that hate us because we're free! And now they're in South America? Send in the troops, they're a danger to our national
security! Them and their Muslim-stuff!"
I unfortunately did not see the enter debate, but had I been Ron Paul, I would have had a hard time keeping quiet. I probably would have jumped up and
started yelling "Does anybody else actually HEAR THIS?" and followed up with a long list of expletives.
And the way Romney and Gingrich talked about the consequences of Fidel Castro's death reminded me of how "sanctity of life" really doesn't mean
"sanctity of life" in these circles.
Romney: "Well first, you thank heavens that Fidel Castro has returned to his maker!"
And Gingrich chimed in with" "I don't think Fidel is going to meet his maker, I think he's going to the other place!"
I was speechless.
Granted, I don't think Castro is a particularly wonderful human being, but the way they described him surely did remind me of the way the US
government is treating its citizens nowadays... I have rarely seen such a wetched hive of scum and villainy in my entire life.
But as always, Ron Paul absolutely killed it on the foreign policy questions.
One of my favorite comments below a video of the Castro-debate:
Why should any American hate Castro? He hasn't sold my job to Asia, like Mitt Romney has. He hasn't tried to police my personal life, the way Rick
Santorum wants to. He hasn't sent my children off to die in foreign wars for profit like George W. Bush. The Republican Party is a far greater threat
to the interests of the middle class American than Castro.
edit on 24-1-2012 by Whipfather because: (no reason given)