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Javelin
04-01-2012, 18:30
http://www.dailypaul.com/210604/according-to-hannity-ron-paul-dropped-out-of-race

On his radio show today Sean Hannity said repeatedly he will have ALL 3 GOP candidates on his show tonight Santorum, Gingrich and Romney.


:faint:

JK-linux
04-01-2012, 18:40
.....

Angry Fist
04-01-2012, 18:42
No ****. The guy's a moron. He was the last one to realize he cain't be king.

ChuteTheMall
04-01-2012, 18:51
In Before
"Why do you hate the constitution?"
:tinfoil:

Angry Fist
04-01-2012, 20:18
Pfffft. Build me a wall. :patriot:

certifiedfunds
04-01-2012, 20:31
Why do you hate the Constitution?

JimBianchi
04-01-2012, 20:32
He didn't win a single state.

I am surprised he stayed this long.

Angry Fist
04-01-2012, 20:32
I love the constitution. And I want a wall.

9jeeps
04-01-2012, 20:59
Are all these losers vieing for a Veep spot?

ChuteTheMall
04-01-2012, 21:16
Ron Paul will never be nominated for a GOP Veep either, because he brings nothing to the table; he has no history of leadership, no history of legislative success, and has never built a successful coalition. In addition, he never won a state primary and couldn't deliver any electoral college votes whatsoever.

Therefore he would be worse than useless as a VP candidate.

Besides, he lacks the temperment to serve on a ticket.

I have no idea who will be the GOP Veep nominee, but I absolutely guarantee that it will never, ever, be Ron Paul.

Angry Fist
04-01-2012, 21:22
Who would pick such a running mate?

ChuteTheMall
04-01-2012, 21:23
For Ron Paul, every day is the first of April.

It's like Groundhog Day, without critters.

:tinfoil:

http://i40.tinypic.com/vqi2yx.jpg

Javelin
04-01-2012, 21:30
For Ron Paul, every day is the first of April.

It's like Groundhog Day, without critters.

:tinfoil:

http://i40.tinypic.com/vqi2yx.jpg



















































April Fools.

:tongueout:

JBnTX
04-01-2012, 22:51
Oh please say it ain't so.
Who am I going to throw rocks at now?

Well, I guess his sycophant followers will still be around?
I'll poke them with a stick.:poke:

:animlol:

JBnTX
04-01-2012, 22:55
Ron Paul will never be nominated for a GOP Veep either, because he brings nothing to the table; he has no history of leadership, no history of legislative success, and has never built a successful coalition. In addition, he never won a state primary and couldn't deliver any electoral college votes whatsoever.

Therefore he would be worse than useless as a VP candidate.

Besides, he lacks the temperment to serve on a ticket.

I have no idea who will be the GOP Veep nominee, but I absolutely guarantee that it will never, ever, be Ron Paul.


Be careful now, Ron Paul's disciples can't stand that kind of talk.

Gundude
04-01-2012, 23:17
:fishing:

G19G20
04-02-2012, 03:33
What is this crap thread? Ron Paul didn't drop out of anything. The neo-cons are getting desperate and you're only helping spread the disinfo Javelin.

certifiedfunds
04-02-2012, 05:35
Oh please say it ain't so.
Who am I going to throw rocks at now?

Well, I guess his sycophant followers will still be around?
I'll poke them with a stick.:poke:

:animlol:

You aren't poking anyone with a stick. Your political views look like the inside of a toilet in the mens room at a cheap mexican buffet in Tijuana.

ChuteTheMall
04-02-2012, 06:23
Those charming Ronulans still trying to win over some Republicans?

:animlol:

People don't vote for people who they don't like.


Rude followers don't get votes, they get what they give.

certifiedfunds
04-02-2012, 06:28
Traditional republicans and neoncons (and in this case liberal progressives) want bigger government. They won't vote for Ron Paul.

RC-RAMIE
04-02-2012, 09:08
Who would pick such a running mate?

McCain

JBnTX
04-02-2012, 09:26
Traditional republicans and neoncons (and in this case liberal progressives) want bigger government. They won't vote for Ron Paul.

You forgot to mention that we hate the constitution, want to take other people's money and hate liberty, too.

:rofl:

certifiedfunds
04-02-2012, 10:47
You forgot to mention that we hate the constitution, want to take other people's money and hate liberty, too.

:rofl:

The above is true of YOU, but not all. Some simply want the lesser evil and what they think is the most realistic shot at beating Obama....and they're willing to compromise their principles to do it.

G-19
04-03-2012, 15:08
It is a shame that Ron Paul don't get the media coverage he deserves.













Oh wait, he does get media coverage. Just go to Infowars.com he is on there a lot. The host is that great truth seeker Alex Jones. You know the guy who reports on such things such as, 9/11 conspiracy, FEMA Death Camps, Bohemian Grove, Fluoride is killing us, etc.

He really likes Paul, and even says that Paul is in the lead.

I guess that settles it. If Alex is with him who can be against him. I guess he does get the media coverage he deserves.

RCP
04-03-2012, 15:43
Rude followers don't get votes, they get what they give.

Pot meet kettle. I say this because y'all want us to hold our nose and vote for Romney all the while being complete buttholes about Ron Paul and his supporters.

brickboy240
04-03-2012, 15:59
Yay!

Now we can get closer to nominating Romney and watching 2008 all over again.

pass the popcorn...

- brickboy240

lancesorbenson
04-03-2012, 16:28
Pot meet kettle. I say this because y'all want us to hold our nose and vote for Romney all the while being complete buttholes about Ron Paul and his supporters.

Chute has very delicate sensibilities which demand only the most civil discourse. Like others who echo this critique of "rude" Ron Paul supporters, he exhibits little grasp of the actual history of American politics. If they can't handle the "obnoxious" behavior of Ron Paul supporters, imagine how they'd have reacted to the angry mudslinging that was commonplace in this country since the end of the 18th century.

GAFinch
04-04-2012, 14:09
What's truly pathetic is that Gingrich is losing to Paul in half these primaries. Gingrich gets more press coverage by Fox News because he makes better anti-Obama comments than Paul. If Paul and his supporters would make a firm commitment to support the GOP in the general election, they might get more coverage from the GOP and its supporters. If you're going to join a group, a base level of mutual cooperation should be expected. Fox does have at least three or four libertarian hosts on its network.

Hannity chased by Ron Paul mob:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anU99RuFzbk

G-19
04-04-2012, 16:28
What's truly pathetic is that Gingrich is losing to Paul in half these primaries. Gingrich gets more press coverage by Fox News because he makes better anti-Obama comments than Paul. If Paul and his supporters would make a firm commitment to support the GOP in the general election, they might get more coverage from the GOP and its supporters. If you're going to join a group, a base level of mutual cooperation should be expected. Fox does have at least three or four libertarian hosts on its network.

Hannity chased by Ron Paul mob:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anU99RuFzbk

That video says a lot about why Paul has no chance.

G-19
04-04-2012, 16:29
Anybody but Obama or Paul.

Javelin
04-04-2012, 16:30
Ok you guys know that this was an April Fools joke right.

Ron Paul is not dropping out.

G-19
04-04-2012, 16:37
Ok you guys know that this was an April Fools joke right.

Ron Paul is not dropping out.

Yeah, we know. He can't drop out, how else is he going to guarantee Obama's second term.

The Machinist
04-04-2012, 16:40
Yeah, we know. He can't drop out, how else is he going to guarantee Obama's second term.

You're the one who is effectively casting a vote for the Kenyan squatter, since you have no morals or principles upon which you stand. Go ahead. Vote for the gun-banning socialist medicine man from New England.

G-19
04-04-2012, 16:46
You're the one who is effectively casting a vote for the Kenyan squatter, since you have no morals or principles upon which you stand. Go ahead. Vote for the gun-banning socialist medicine man from New England.

Actually, I support Santorum, but will vote for Romney if I have to. On the other hand, I have seen posts by several RP supporters saying they either wont vote or they would vote for Obama. Either way they are helping Obama.

Who are you going to vote for when RP loses?

G19G20
04-04-2012, 17:31
What's truly pathetic is that Gingrich is losing to Paul in half these primaries. Gingrich gets more press coverage by Fox News because he makes better anti-Obama comments than Paul. If Paul and his supporters would make a firm commitment to support the GOP in the general election, they might get more coverage from the GOP and its supporters. If you're going to join a group, a base level of mutual cooperation should be expected. Fox does have at least three or four libertarian hosts on its network.

They've nearly all been removed from the air. Stossel is the only one left that Im aware of and he's relegated to Fox Business, which no one watches. I hope Newt stays in. Every vote for Newt means possibly less delegates for Romney.


Hannity chased by Ron Paul mob:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anU99RuFzbk

In the interest of full disclosure, this was in response to Fox excluding Paul from the 2008 New Hampshire round table debate right before the NH primary. While it may not have been the best method of protest, it showed a streak of rebellion that the Founders would have appreciated.

Fwiw, the Republican Party is doing just fine guaranteeing Obama's second term regardless of what Ron Paul does. Most Paul supporters wouldn't even be involved in the political process if not for Paul.

Ruble Noon
04-04-2012, 17:44
What's truly pathetic is that Gingrich is losing to Paul in half these primaries. Gingrich gets more press coverage by Fox News because he makes better anti-Obama comments than Paul. If Paul and his supporters would make a firm commitment to support the GOP in the general election, they might get more coverage from the GOP and its supporters. If you're going to join a group, a base level of mutual cooperation should be expected. Fox does have at least three or four libertarian hosts on its network.



Paul is part of the GOP and we will gladly support him. :wavey: However if the establishment wants our vote then they need to get someone more palatable than a gun banning liberal on the ticket.

GAFinch
04-04-2012, 19:51
They've nearly all been removed from the air. Stossel is the only one left that Im aware of and he's relegated to Fox Business, which no one watches.

Also Judge Napolitano, Greg Gutfeld, Andy Levy.

G19G20
04-04-2012, 20:29
Also Judge Napolitano, Greg Gutfeld, Andy Levy.

Judge Nap's show has been cancelled. I don't even know who the other two people you named are and Im pretty well on top of libertarian media personalities.

The Machinist
04-04-2012, 20:50
If Paul and his supporters would make a firm commitment to support the GOP in the general election, they might get more coverage from the GOP.
I'm not a party loyalist. Besides, the GOP doesn't give a crap about me.

juggy4711
04-04-2012, 21:46
Ron Paul will not win because his ideals realized would cost those in the establishment, Democrat or Republican, money and/or power. End of story.

Razorsharp
04-05-2012, 07:52
Actually, I support Santorum, but will vote for Romney if I have to.
Do you really think Santorum can beat Obama? Really??

Santorum lost his senate seat by 18 points. That's known as a landslide defeat.

Santorum supporters say, "I like his social conservative principles." Really?? When Arlen Spector saw the writting on the wall and defected to the Democratic party, Santorum made the "social conservative" choice to endorse pro-choice Arlen Spector over pro-life Pat Toomey. That's known as a hypocrite.

If Santorum is the nominee, his "social conservative" rhetoric will give Obama a 50 state win.

RCP
04-05-2012, 08:01
The GOP has already lost IMO with Mitt Romney as the inevitable nominee. Another 4 years of Obummer I'm afraid and it's the GOPs fault by giving us a Republican candidate that we have to try and convince ourselves will be even the least bit better than Obama. Sorry but I'm not convinced.

Razorsharp
04-05-2012, 08:14
Media pundits say that the most important issues of the voting populace, are the economy and the national debt.

But then they don't vote for the candidate with the most understanding of economic principles and the most aggressive plan to reduce the debt.

These voters are the type that are easily herded by the establishment.

RCP
04-05-2012, 08:22
Media pundits say that the most important issues of the voting populace, are the economy and the national debt.

But then they don't vote for the candidate with the most understanding of economic principles and the most aggressive plan to reduce the debt.

These voters are the type that are easily herded by the establishment.

Exactly

lancesorbenson
04-05-2012, 08:30
Media pundits say that the most important issues of the voting populace, are the economy and the national debt.

But then they don't vote for the candidate with the most understanding of economic principles and the most aggressive plan to reduce the debt.

These voters are the type that are easily herded by the establishment.

That may be true, but what about those evil shrimping earmarks? Forget the economy, debt, needless war, erosion of the BOR, I want to hear more about those shrimping earmarks.

Razorsharp
04-05-2012, 08:49
It is often said that the definition of "crazy" is doing the same thing over and over, with the expectation of obtaining different results.

If true, then Ron Paul is the only sane one of the bunch.