Friday, February 29, 2008

Suck It Bernake


This is why people need to vote for Ron Paul. Do you think any of the empty suits (McCain, Clinton, Obama) could lift Dr. Ron Paul's intellectual jockstrap? I didn't think so.

As a homeowner who has a great deal of my net worth tied up in a house whose value could decline as the result of idiotic actions by Bernake and his predecessor, the moron who shall remain Greenspan, I'm glad that someone like Ron Paul is talking sense and that (young) people are listening and voting for him.



And here is some good stuff on the War. Give em hell, Ron!

I'm going to nominate him for Honorary Ninjahood.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

he's already a ninja. That's how good he is.
-Twoste

Aimee said...

It's really too bad that he won't win, because we like him and almost everything he says (we only disagree with him on pulling out of Iraq).

What's even more sad, the media doesn't even cover him! At least some nice, common sense would be getting out there more if they covered him more.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, it's not really fair how the media ignores him. The media controls access to information and they use it to favor their own choices.

media concepts said...

Young people are standing up and voting for him? What, did you write this post like, 3 months ago?

Joe said...

Ron Paul is the only jackass in the entire field talking any amount of sense. Actual sense. McCain? Hillary? Obama? While they have their differences, they are politicians skilled in the art of self service--and regardless of which of them ends up in the White House, you can bet that a McCain, Hillary, or Obama presidency will be very good for McCain, Hillary, or Obama.

The *rest* of us might actually benefit from a Ron Paul presidency (well, benefit if we are willing to be responsible for our own well being).

I do not agree with him on everything (and I, also, think he is wrong about Iraq--regardless of how we feel about how we got involved in that mess, we need to clean it up), but again, he is the only one of the bunch who talks sense.

Even if he were elected, however, he would have little chance of doing anything useful. We would finally see serious bipartisanship in the House and Senate as Republicans and Democrats would team up against him every step of the way as he tries to remove (much of) the burden of government from our shoulders.

Probably more young people are flocking to Obama than to Ron Paul, but the fact that many young people *are* looking to Ron Paul (and his ideas of seriously limited government) does give me some hope for the future.