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Saturday, 17 November 2012

Ron Paul’s Farewell Address to the Congress

Filed under: Economics, Entertainment, Politics — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 12:35 AM

I don’t think that there’s any of the Establishment’s sacred cows that Dr. Paul didn’t skewer and make into hamburger patties.

Good for him!

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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Ron Paul vs. David Horowitz

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — mikewb1971 @ 11:27 PM

Current mood: cynical, pissed     

Neo-con Bushevik David Horowitz has this annoying habit of taking pot-shots at libertarians. In one of his latest, he goes after Ron Paul – Ron Paul Is A Vicious Anti-Semite and Anti-American and Conservatives Need To Wash Their Hands of Him.

So I guess, by that “standard,” I’m a “vicious anti-Semite,” as well, joining everyone else who advocates ending foreign aid to every country.

By Horowitz’s “standard,” there are Jews who also qualify as being “vicious anti-Semites.”

Here’s the clip from Glenn Beck’s TV show where Horowitz was a guest and complained about “. . . libertarian websites indistinguishable from the anti-American left – and others like that . . . totally in bed with the Islamofascists and turned against this country” –

As for the assertation that Horowitz “calls out the Islamists,” I can do that, too – and I can do it without stumping for tyranny here in the States or overseas military actions and occupations.

Want to call out the Islamists without being a creep like Horowitz? Simple – invoke the Bill of Rights when they insist that the governing body incorporate the malum prohibitum aspects of sharia into the U.S. Code, state law, county or city ordinances.

Tell the Islamists, “NO, you can’t have that sort of law here in America. If you want to live by this sort of code voluntarily, feel free to do so. Feel free to try persuading others to file suit. But you do NOT get to insert this into American law. Deal with that.”


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Thursday, 17 February 2011

Donald Trump on Ron Paul, Rudy Giuliani

Filed under: Comedy, Entertainment, Politics — Tags: , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 2:07 PM

In the video clip below, “The Donald” Trump tells CPAC attendees why Ron Paul is “unelectable.”[1]

So if “The Donald” is (s)elected to be President of the United States, will Rudy Giuliani end up as First Lady?

First Harlot is more like it, given Rudy-poo’s previous political career.

No offense intended towards honest courtesans and sluts. Nor any offense intended towards any Liberty-favoring folks living the LGBTQ, kinky, poly, etc., lifestyles[2].



  1. My preference for the GOP presidential nomination is for Gary Johnson. Picture this – Gary Johnson vs. Bill Richardson as the Democrat nominee. Two two-term governors from the same state – all the voters would have to do is compare the candidates’ track records as governor – Richardson would almost have to go negative in order to win, and the last time someone tried that against Gary Johnson (Slick Marty Chavez in 1998), it backfired big-time.

    As for Obama having the Democrat nomination locked up now, well, I’m sure that in 1967, Lyndon Johnson thought that he was a shoe-in for the 1968 nomination.

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Thursday, 12 June 2008

It’s Time, America — Stand Up and Be Counted!

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Saturday, 22 March 2008

New Mexicans for Ron Paul (2008 campaign)

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Monday, 10 March 2008

John Bergstrom Rolls Over . . . And Over Again

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 12:16 AM

I first found about John Bergstrom’s cartoons when he was drawing them for Liberty — that was back in 1995 or 1996. He’s got a sick sense of humor, like mine, and then I found a link to his site, from Victor Milan‘s old netcom site.

John started out as a libertarian, but switched gears after “9-11” and became a Bushevik camp follower. Or maybe he was there already and just looking for an excuse to jump ship from whatever bits of libertarianism that he did support. Who knows, and at this point, it doesn’t matter. He bought into the Bushevik BS that “if we don’t fight them overseas, we’ll fight them here in America.”

If the Al-Qaeda types really were interested in harming America, they would be over here doing it, and they wouldn’t bother with any of the convoluted plots that have been “discovered” to date — they would be playing with matches in the National Forests. In fact, I’d almost prefer Al-Qaeda to attack the American domestic front, as the defense has all kinds of advantages . . . more on in another post.

Fast-forward to 28 January 2008 — Bergstrom had endorsed Rudy-Poo JulieAnni for President of the United States

— only to see Ghouliani get his ass kicked in the primaries by the guy that everyone said would never get more than one percent of the vote. (That guy being Ron Paul, or “Luap Nor,” as posters on call him). Here’s the BS “logic” that Bergstrom applied to justify endorsing Rudy-Poo —

I know many of you all are pissed as hell. And considering staying home
come november. Think about the supreme court.. Guns, taxes, schools,
abortion, and a thousand other issues are hanging on two basket case
liberal judges. Just vote republican one more time, and we’ll have the
court for a generation.

Take a look at Rudy-Poo’s statements concerning gun rights — what Second Amendment supporter would ever cast a ballot for Rudy-Poo? (I’m assuming that the person in question is clinically competent . . .)

So Bergstrom resigned himself to jumping on board with the McClown campaign.

Bergstrom at least recognizes that McClown embodies most of the bad side of Comrade President George XLIII, without much of George-43’s good side — McClown is a socialist war pig, even more so than George-43.

Bergstrom says in this article

It’s going to be a rough couple years for conservatives. Assuming
McCain wins. We’re going to have to support him on two or three things.
And fight him on a dozen more. But it’s better the party suffers than
the country. We might even come out of this stronger. The Republicans
need an ideological and moral enema.  Now is the time. I’ll end by
letting you all write your own Larry Craig joke.

Then on 11 February 2008, he posts this cartoon —

Maybe in four years, he’ll draw a cartoon of an elephant being sodomized by McClown?

What Bergstrom (and other neocon “libertarians” like Eric the Shake) don’t seem to realize is that any such ideological cleansing that he’s hoping for will NOT happen should McClown win the White House. If anything, McClown will get WORSE, as he’ll see any such victory as a reward for past behavior, and he’ll give us more, harder and faster. It doesn’t really matter what the issue is — guns, abortion, the courts — McClown can’t be trusted.

Or if McClown gets whupped in the general election (which will probably happen if Obomba gets the Democrap nod), maybe he’ll draw that cartoon on 5 November 2008. I’ll be too busy celebrating Guy Fawkes Day with my DVD and graphic-novel copies of V For Vendetta.


I posted the following text to the page with the Cat in the Hat cartoon (above) — see how long it stays up —

Just waiting for my password here . . .

Any chance of seeing a cartoon of McClown sodomizing an elephant? There’s a good chance that a McCain Administration will drive the GOP further leftward, given the candidate’s past actions as in the Senate (McCain-Feingold, S.890, the Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act of 2005, etc.).

If you’re looking for some sort of ideological cleansing in Republican ranks, putting McClown in the White House is the LAST thing that will cause that. If anything, he’ll see that as a REWARD for past behaviors. The only way that cleansing is going to happen is if McClown loses (probably to Hitlery) — only after that happens will Republicans ask “How could this happen?”

If McClown wins, the GOP rank and file will go back to being fat, dumb and happy, because “our guy is in the White House and he’ll take care of us.” And all sorts of stuff that Republicans would oppose if proposed by a Democrap would be OK because “our guy’s in the White House and he’d NEVER do anything to hurt us.” I cite as an example the REAL ID Act — back in the 1990’s, Waco Willie pushed for something similar (drivers’ licenses with SSNs on them, linked to national databases), and the Republicans killed it — the evangelical Christians were calling it “The Mark of the Beast.” But after “9-11,” Comrade President George XLIII puts it back on the table to “fight terrorism,” and the Republicans are all for it.

Sunday, 9 March 2008

The American Idiot Show — The “Major Party” Semi-Finals (2008)

A while back, I posted my thoughts on the various and sundry Republican and Democrat presidential hopefuls [1]. The bad news from the Republican side — Ron Paul has given up in substance if not formality and John McCain (I’ll call him “McClown” from this point on) has all but locked up the GOP nomination. While I believe the Paul campaign’s statements that he didn’t make or sanction some racist comments that were attributed to him, still, those comments, whoever wrote them, are a bit of an albatross around his neck. To add to the mess, he kept a 500 FRN donation from Don Black, a former Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Krud who runs the Aryan Airhead site Stormfront. It was suggested that Paul donate the 500 FRN to a Jewish charity . . . .

Another mistake on Paul’s part was to position himself as being in the same league as Dennis “the Menace” Kucinich concerning the Iraq invasion and ongoing occupation — Dennis was also opposed to both the 2003 invasion and the current occupation. Paul’s fellow Republicans were OK with him being against the war, but when they heard him talking about Kucinich in a good light, they took a look at Dennis’ economic views and bailed on Paul.

As for McClown, what can I say? He’s a socialist, big-government neo-con-artist, and I’m just wondering which country he’ll send the U.S. military to attack next. Iran? Venezuela? North Korea? Pakistan?

There isn’t a chance in Hell of my casting a ballot for McClown.

The good news is that the ongoing fight between Hillary “Hitlery” Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama (let’s call him “Obomba” after his comments that he’d be willing to go to war against Pakistan) — Hitlery seems to be losing to Obomba, but she’s not going down without a fight. One poster at commented that Obomba could win the popular Democrap vote in the primaries, only to have Hitlery take the nomination through “superdelegates” or litigation. Such a “travesty” could lead to the downfall of the Democrap Party. Gee, what a shame that would be, right? Right?

On a side note, this whole “superdelegate” nonsense really is a hoot. Who would have imagined that the Democraps, who profess to be about “the common man” and against elitism, would have elitism built into their own nomination process?

[1] The “American Idiot” Show — The Democrap TeamThe Republicant Team

Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign, RIP (July 2007 — February 2008)

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , — weeklysedition @ 10:57 PM

On 8 February 2008, I received the following email from the Ron Paul for President campaign —

Whoa! What a year this has been. And what achievements we have had. If I may quote Trotsky of all people, this Revolution is permanent. It will not end at the Republican convention. It will not end in November. It will not end until we have won the great battle on which we have embarked. Not because of me, but because of you. Millions of Americans — and friends in many other countries — have dedicated themselves to the principles of liberty: to free enterprise, limited government, sound money, no income tax, and peace. We will not falter so long as there is one restriction on our persons, our property, our civil liberties. How much I owe you. I can never possibly repay your generous donations, hard work, whole-hearted dedication and love of freedom. How blessed I am to be associated with you. Carol, of course, sends her love as well.

Let me tell you my thoughts. With Romney gone, the chances of a brokered convention are nearly zero. But that does not affect my determination to fight on, in every caucus and primary remaining, and at the convention for our ideas, with just as many delegates as I can get. But with so many primaries and caucuses now over, we do not now need so big a national campaign staff, and so I am making it leaner and tighter. Of course, I am committed to fighting for our ideas within the Republican party, so there will be no third party run. I do not denigrate third parties — just the opposite, and I have long worked to remove the ballot-access restrictions on them. But I am a Republican, and I will remain a Republican.

I also have another priority. I have constituents in my home district that I must serve. I cannot and will not let them down. And I have another battle I must face here as well. If I were to lose the primary for my congressional seat, all our opponents would react with glee, and pretend it was a rejection of our ideas. I cannot and will not let that happen.

Basically, what’s he saying is that he’s giving up on the Presidential campaign to focus on his Congressional campaign. From the strategic standpoint, this is a good plan. Still, many of the supporters of the presidential campaign were disillusioned about this (as I was). This decision of Dr. Paul’s was confirmed in an email from the presidential campaign dated 27 February 2008 —

Ron Paul has conceded that there is now little chance of a brokered convention, but has pledged to continue his campaign to bring his message of peace, freedom and prosperity to the Republican convention. The prize now is to have a significant influence in the future direction of the Republican party.

One of the things that you can do is run for State Legislature, and post the Ron Paul Revolution graphic on your website and your literature.
Here in New Mexico, it’s pitifully easy to get on the ballot as a candidate for State Legislature, even if you’re running as a “third-party” candidate, as I am (Libertarian for State Senate, District 26). It will only take me about 200 petition signatures to get myself listed on the ballot.

As for using a logo created to support a Republican candidate, well, it was originally created by long-time Libertarian activist Ernest Hancock for his 2006 campaign for Arizona  Secretary of State —

If the Ron Paul Revolution is going to have an impact, it’s got to be about more than just Ron Paul, and Ron Paul admits this — he says that he’s just the current messenger. What needs to happen is that more people need to take up the role of messenger for Liberty.

Tuesday, 15 January 2008

Ron Paul, the RINO

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 2:30 AM

Ron Paul, the RINO
by Mike Blessing []

I just know that I’m going to catch hell for this article, just for the title. But that’s OK, as I’m becoming known for having an unconventional take on the issues and current events.

For those who don’t know, “RINO” is short for “Republican In Name Only.” Usually, the acronym has been used as a term of derision for people such as John Chaffee, John McCain, and Rudy Giuliani — the “country club Republicans.” These are usually the folks that are OK with, if not active supporters of, banning your guns, regulating your business, spending your tax FRNs on “progressive” federal spending projects, and sending your kids off to die in foreign wars.

As if the Falwell Followers and Pat Robertson devotees weren’t bad enough, with their desires to put round-the-clock surveillance cameras in every American’s bedroom, to prevent “unChristian” behaviors.

The truth, however, is that these types are closer to the Republican tradition, and that it’s the good Dr. Ron Paul who is the “RINO.” The fact remains that Dr. Paul is the exception where the Republican Party is concerned, and not the rule.

While Republican candidates like to portray their party as one that fosters the shrinkage of government with spending cuts, tax cuts, regulatory repeals, and keeping the nation out of foreign wars, the reality is the exact opposite. Back in the 1850’s, when the “Grand Old Party” was founded from the ashes of the Whig Party, its ideological basis was Henry Clay‘s “American System” of protectionism, central banking and federally-subsidized construction projects.

This is exactly what George W. Bush has been pushing for the last seven years since being inaugurated — a 21st Century spin on mercantilism, where spending increases every year, more regulations come from Washington DC, more federal buildings go up, and more of a budget is needed for next year, so they can do it again — harder and faster.

This sort of behavior on the part of McCain, Bush, Giuliani, and most Republicans might be implicitly sanctioned by the Constitution — read Hologram of Liberty by “Boston T. Party” for the details there. Still, in contrast to the lamestream GOP, Dr. Paul has
spent the last year using his presidential campaign to ask the American
people, “Is this really necessary?” while informing the public that
NONE of this is explicitly sanctioned by the U.S. Constitution.

For this, Paul’s supporters are labeled “Paulestinians,” “Paultards” and “the Paulstapo” on Republican sites like Free Republic. (If that name isn’t a misnomer, what is?) If anything, the GOP doesn’t deserve anyone of Paul’s character. I’m beginning to doubt that it ever did.

That’s on top of the past ten years that Dr. Paul has spent in the United States House of Representatives, and his terms prior to that — all of that time has been spent by his standing up for individual rights. Granted, he’s not perfect — he apparently wants to curb the numbers of immigrants coming to America, and supports some form of state-level regulation concerning the issues of abortion and same-sex relationships — but at present, he’s gotten more press coverage for libertarian ideas in one year that the Libertarian Party has in the last ten years.

It’s for this reason that I’ve gotten involved with the local Ron Paul group, waved signs from the roadside at 6 AM at Albuquerque’s Balloon Fiesta, gotten spray paint all over my hands on two occasions, and that Koehler and I used signs from the meetup group as backdrop for New Mexico’s Consumer Advocate from September through December, 2007. It’s for this reason that I recently signed up to be the Ron Paul Precinct Chair for the 23rd Precinct of Bernalillo County, New Mexico, despite the fact that he’s a Republican candidate, and I’m an officer in the Libertarian Party of New Mexico.

Should Dr. Paul lose the upcoming Republican presidential nomination, there is very little (read that to mean “NO”) chance that I will vote for the Republican nominee. At this point, I couldn’t care less what the Republican Kool-Aid drinkers call me — “Paulestinian,” “Paultard,” “Losertarian,” whatever — there is no way that I’ll even consider voting for Rudy-Poo, the Manchurian Senator or Mitthead. It just isn’t going to happen, so Eric Dondero better get over it.

Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Kucinich vs. Ron Paul

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , , — weeklysedition @ 6:44 PM

Roger Kulp wrote on the [Ron Paul] meetup board (Here’s the direct link):

Sorry.But just as I am no longer a libertarian (Call me an an anarcho-Proutist.) ,there is no way I can support Ron Paulanymore.Six months ago,yes,but no more.

To say nothing of the fact,I believe in separation of church and state.I am an athiest.Ron Paul is a blatant theocrat.This alone is why he must be stopped at all costs.Forget every other issue. See what the God-o-meter has to say:


I guess you missed this part —

Somewhat surprised to hear Dennis Kucinich speaking against the separation of “spiritual values” and state in yesterday’s Democratic debate, God-o-Meter did some digging and discovered that the Catholic Kucinich grew up studying the lives of the saints and Scripture in Latin. In 2004, The Christian Science Monitor called him possibly the “most overtly spiritual of the Democratic candidates.” Oh what a difference three years makes.

If Paul is a theocrat, at least he reads and understands the Constitution, unlike Dennis the Twerp.

I also believe in the separation of corporation and state. American capitalism,isa creation of American government,with whom they have had a symbioticrelationship since the days of Alexander Hamilton.Something Paul wouldnever do.Ron Paul is an educated guy.He has read Mises and Rothbard,yethe holds up Milton Friedman,as a paragon of the free market.Nothing isfurther from the truth.I went last night,and am starting to lean moreand more towards Kucinich. Not ten minutes into his talk,Kucinichcondemns the corporate s tate.He won me over right there.

When has Kucinich EVER read Mises OR Rothbard?

Here’s a fun little read:
Would Ron Paul talk about this ?Or would he blindly agree with Rockwelland his ilk ? Kucinich said as long as we continue to shop atWalmart,for cheap Chinese junk,China will gladly bankroll our wars.

How do any of the subsidies mentioned in the report pass Constitutional muster?

And how many of the subsidies are handed out at the state and local level?

Ron Paul’s worshiping of the “free” market,is why he will not condemn Blackwater.What proof do I have ? See this : He has yet to come out with anything newer on Blackwater.He has been much too quiet on the subject.

Last time I checked, Dr. Paul has been hammering the Administration on the Iraq Occupation, which is a major source of Blackwater’s income.

And just how bad would Blackwater be if the company wasn’t contracted to the Bush Administration?

Then in the Q&A he talked about how American puppet governments in LatinAmerica were only an extension of the genocide Columbus and his ilk haddone 500 years earlier,which was why he would agree with abolishingColumbus day,once he was President.

Who here is stopping you from packing up and moving to Europe?

Who here is stopping you from turning over your home, car and other possessions to the nearest tribe of Siberian-Americans?

Watch this,if you have the guts.
Video here

Ever hear of TinyURL ? (Look it up on your own — and wipe your own ass for a change, while you’re at it.)

He also agreed American treatment of Mexicans,through illegal wars of conqueston Mexico,the Bracero program,NAFTA,CAFTA,are an accumulation of 160+years of maltreatment of Mexican people,as bad as anything done tonative people or African Americans.Kucinich agreed with this, and saida high-tech border wall will only compound these atrocities.The polaropposite of Ron Paul. And the 2 reason I cannot support Paul.As ananarchist,I do not believe in borders.The border issue alone,proves RonPaul is a bigger statist than Kucinich.

The noise about illegal immigration is simply addressing the symptoms instead of the cause.

As for “Ron Paul is a bigger statist than Kucinich,” I guess you missed Dennis’ proposal following the Virginia Tech massacre to ban civilian possession of handguns ?

Remember that Dennis is an avowed enemy of the individual right to own and carry weapons —

By signing up with the Kucinich campaign, you’re giving the same sort of jack-booted thugs that were killing people at Kent State, the 1985 MOVE house in Philadelphia, PA, Ruby Ridge, Waco and Rainbow Farm the power to point at your name on a computer screen and say, “This one dies.”

When will you post a “NO GUNS IN THIS HOUSE” sign in your front window or lawn?

Kucinich would be bigger than Ron Paul if he had half the grassroots supportPaul does.Capitalism is a failure.Socialism/communism is afailure.Conservatism is a failure. (Libertarianism is now coopted as asubsidiary of “The Conservative Movement.” Thanks in large part,to RonPaul.) Only Mike Gravel and Dennis Kucinich realize that we need tomove on beyond all of these failed ideologies.

Who’s “we” here?

And why is libertarianism “now coopted as a subsidiary of ‘TheConservative Movement.'” ? I haven’t considered myself a conservative for ten, twelve years now.

Sure, there are issues where libertarians and conservatives agree, just as there are issues where libertarians and liberals agree.

So I guess the conservatives will say that “Libertarianism is now coopted as a subsidiary of ‘The Liberal Movement.'” ?

Wendy McElroy calls Ron Paul supporters “Paul bearers of the libertarian movement.”I think that sums it up quite well.

Got a link?

Tom Knapp‘s commentary against Ron Paul actually makes some sense, from a libertarian perspective —

The truth is out there . . . but is it waaaaaay out there?
Incredibly Stupid Statement of the Day, 06/14/07

If it weren’t for L. Neil Smith advocating that the LP nominate “None Of The Above” for president and cross-endorse Ron Paul, I most likely wouldn’t be supporting Dr. Paul — Instead of a Speech

Ron Paul and Hillary Clinton are not so very far apart on health care.Bothare corporate shills.Guess what ? As an ex-libertarian,I believe inKucinich’s commie plan ! (GASP!) I have personally seen what highcopays from private employee- mandated health plans can do to someonewith severe chronic health problems. In this case my sister.She has adebt in the high five figures,due to compounding medical bills.She willbe paying on this like a mortgage for decades.Ahh the beauty of the”free” “market”!

Just ask Sala what a great deal she got while under the care of the British “National Health Service,” which is kind of like what Dennis wants to institute here in America.

I suspect that the main reason he’s not supporting Medicare Part D is that it was George Bush II that signed it into law, and not Al Gore or John Kerry.

Feel free to join the fray at these lists —

Ron Paul has been largely silent about American nuclear disarmament.Kucinichopenly supports it,and retooling labs like Sandia and Los Alamos forpeaceful means.Where is Ron Paul on this ?

Where in the Constitution are the labs mentioned in the first place? I’m guessing that the labs are covered under “forts, magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and other needful buildings” ?

Another note — visitors have to register and log in to view his links page —

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What does he have to hide there?


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