Ron Paul: Sprinkle Some Freedom On It

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Dr. Ron Paul’s 3rd presidential campaign is in high gear. The 76 year old libertarian from South Texas might be a Viagra and a strong coffee away from his death bed, but his passion for futile campaigns is unwavering. This might be Paul’s last hoorah. The perennial fringe candidate of choice has even resigned from his beloved south Texas congressional seat to “focus” on his 3rd bid for the Oval Office.

Paul is a very polarizing politician, mainly due to his uncompromising positions on just about everything. Federal Reserve? End it. Drugs? Legalize them, all of them. Welfare? Nope. IRS? Gone. Prostitution? Definitely. Get the picture? The guy is definitely opinionated. His views may have pushed him to the fringe of national politics before, but he’s been given new life. He’s been called the “intellectual godfather” of the Tea Party, and he’s hoping to ride that wave to the White House.


So in preparation for the GOP primary, here’s what you need know about Ron Paul.

He Loves The Constitution: Like a GDI and mediocrity, Ron Paul and the constitution are meant to be. Paul has been America’s self -proclaimed defender of the constitution for 30 years. Don’t believe me? Some people sleep with a bible on their nightstand, but he sleeps with a copy of the Bill of Rights under his pillow because “there’s nothing like the feel of freedom after a long day.” A little creepy, I admit, but you’ve got to admire the commitment. It has simplified the way he approaches political issues. Want to know what Ron Paul thinks? Check the constitution. If it’s in there he likes it. If not, fuck it.


He’s A Ladies Man: In every sense of the word. Paul’s seen more than 4,000 women spread eagle since 1960. 40 years and running? Take that, Hef. He has such a reputation with the ladies that his first congressional victory was attributed to the number of women who voted for him. That’s crazy. Women can vote? And yes Paul is a Gynecologist but, one fact is undeniable, bitches love him. So can he ride the female vote all the way to the White House? I don’t know. Ask Hillary.

A Shot of Liberty with a Sprinkle of Freedom: This is Paul’s solution to every problem there is. Paul can somehow turn every answer into a spiel about personal liberty and the government treading on our freedom. I share his sentiment, but Jesus Christ man, answer the goddamn question. I know the founding fathers wanted a hands off government but they also wore wigs and didn’t have electricity so I don’t think trying to determine what George Washington would think about NAFTA is really the best way to go.

There you have it. The man, the myth, the … Well that’s it really. Until next time,

Ron Paul 2012: Sprinkle Some Fucking Freedom On It.




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    Spank Rearden

    Good enough article, but Paul doesn’t want to legalize all drugs, prostitution, abortion, gay marriage or any of the myriad of social issues being brought up in this election. He simply thinks that its up to each state to decide whats best for them. If the pot smoking hippies in CA decided to legalize pot, the good doctor would disagree with those who use it, but support their right to.

    If you pay attention to his speeches he truly does answer every question.
    This interview with Chris Wallace is a good example.

    It all comes down to the fact that Ron Paul is the only candidate that always has been, and always will be preaching common sense in economics. All of the social programs, wars, and other unconstitutional federal actions require MONEY, which our country is currently out of. It doesn’t take an degree in economics to see that we need to stop spending.

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    Ron Paul is the only republican candidate that wants to pull out of Afghanistan. Its funny that he gets more military donations than anyone else. I’m all for small government and free trade. This guy is exactly what this country needs right now.

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    The Milledge Bus

    Ron Paul is by far the frattiest candidate there is. He’s also the most committed to the original conservative ideology and doesn’t change his views based on who he is speaking to; he’s principled.

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    Fine back in line

    Let’s not forget Ron Paul said we should get rid of the United States Postal Service…. He makes a lot of excellent points, and then overshadows them by jumping on the crazy train.

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