Saturday, August 13, 2011

Ron Paul's Words With Righteous Indignation Can Defeat Rick Perry's Charismatic Flattery

              I can tell you right now I am tired of good speeches of people who are charismatic in words, but poor in leadership. Look at when Barrack Obama was running for the US Senate. Do you remember how the media was fawning over him as a rising star in the Democratic Party. He sounded charismatic and he did stir up the crowd only to find out almost eight years later to be a national nightmare to all of us. George W, Bush maybe was dumb as a box of rocks. But Bill Clinton was another national embarrassment who knows how to campaign well, He does not know how to govern. 

              Texas governor Rick Perry has done nothing for the Lone Star State. He talked a good game at the tea party when he was getting boos to get off the stage prior to joining the movement. He talked rough and tough about Washington DC telling Texas what to do. He written a book called "Fed Up". Not one word he says in the book was never put into action. He is  big government republican where Texas job growth is in the government employment in the state and not the private sector. We need to call out the Governor's real record in Texas. We need to call out his of lack of leadership in Texas. We need to ask him the tough questions for example. Why did he wait for so long to put the anti TSA groping bill on the special session agenda so late? Even when the Lt Gov. requested the bill be placed on the agenda before the regular session ended. Why did he wait so long to place bill on agenda so late in the session? Than ask him why he could no instruct state troopers, police, Sheriff and constable deputies to enforce state law arresting the TSA agents for groping passengers?
             Slick Rick has many skeletons in his closet that can destroy him like Rudy Giuliani was destroyed in 2008 presidential run. The Texas Governor tells everyone what they want to hear and even pandering the Christians at Reliant stadium pretending to pray. Rick Perry is no more a Christian than Marilyn Manson. He no more righteous than King Herod. The Governor is just as committed to betray the state of Texas just like Judas Iscariot selling out our savior for 30 pieces of silver. Do not be fooled by his speeches and charisma. Look at his real record, his actions speak louder than his words.
            For Congressmen Ron Paul, He needs to start showing some righteous anger and indignation not only with the wars. He needs to show a little vicious demeanor and turn up the aggressiveness a notch. There is plenty to be angry about lately with what the Washington Establishment is doing to the country in both parties and the robber barons are doing to the economy. Dr Paul, you do not need to be Mr Nice Guy anymore. What the Government is doing to Americans not civil or nice at all. Do not be ashamed to show a little anger or being slightly  ferocious. This is political warfare, we have to fight to win.If the Texas congressmen show moral conviction and righteous indignation about the grave injustices of what is going on. then Gov Perry can not beat him, only join him.


  1. Americans have had it with lies. After Bush and Obama, there is no more room at the table for liers. Ron Paul's words are backed up by his actions and he's the only candidate worthy of our vote. The status quo must go.

    My guess is we'll never get to election day and have a chance for Americans to speak. Martial law will be declared and fascist dictatorship will prevail. It's the only way to stop Ron Paul.

  2. Ron Paul is the best out of the entire pod of wankers available - too bad he's still a liar about 9/11.

  3. @CasaZaza

    Re: Ron Paul & 911

    If Ron Paul blabbed everything he knew about 911 RIGHT NOW, then every Jew on Earth (including hundreds of billionaires) would be become his sworn blood enemy and would, if necessary, give him the RFK treatment to keep him out of the White House.

    I think it's safe to say that Paul most likely WOULD grant a new, *real* investigation into 911 ONCE ELECTED PRESIDENT. And that's enough, and that's why the Jews are smearing/censoring him so badly now.

  4. Indeed..........

    Ron Paul is trully worth one more effort. For myself he is the last straw where politic's are concerned. The establishment has become so obviously corrupt on both sides I cannot even force myself to listen to them anymore.

    The status quo have crapped on our American heritage from every concievable angle. I do not even feel safe in my own country anymore. And it isn't because of any brown people seven thousand miles away from here either. Not after watching a 6'5 cops Tazor a 72 year old grandmother on the side of the road. Or after watching a 50 something year old indian woodcarver shot dead for doing nothing but crossing a street with a piece of wood and small carving knife. Nope folks it isn't Arab's that concern me anymore.

    We have already lost many of the freedoms I enjoyed as a child only fourty years ago. I remember hunting in the Hill Counrty as a boy. Sometimes walking home along main roads with my rifle on my shoulder. No body even paid any attention back then. Try that now days at any age! You will soon find yourself spread eagle on the ground with some trigger happy Barnie Fife's pistol aimed at your head. Land of the FREE! My a$$!

    We either elect a man of priciple that just might manage to save our Republic. Or prepare to do as the Assie's did and become un-armed peasants subject to any dictator that comes our way like sheep in a pen.

    You think we have seen corruption now! Just wait and see what comes after the American people have been rendered harmless.

    Well...I garantee I won't be here to see it come to that.

    I have an Oath to my nation and Constitution, And I will damned well stand bye it!

    Lets elect Ron Paul, so I don't have to show what a stubborn SOB I am!

    Ron Paul 2012

  5. I really do not know who I will vote for come election day. I definitely know I will not vote again for this smuck that calls himself the president. We all paid 400,000 dollars for his birthday party while thousands of us are unemployed getting nothing but (not taking applications every place we go to get a job.)I believe all the politicians today are not at all interested in US until election time. I am sorry, but the president has no clue how to run this country. He lied about everything he said he was going to do and continues to tell us we must all give more and then he gets on the 747 and flys around the country on our dime and runs for another 4 years while the country goes down the drain.We are now actually having a problem with him, we are having a problem with all the dumb people who will vote for this looser.

  6. Your governor Perry is at one end of the acceptable range with Dr. Paul close to the other. Sears Roebuck catalog paper-doll cut outs are somewhere in between. You know the paper dolls will just sit there until you move them yourself. The ones Perry tries to pass himself off as.
    If Rick Perry tabled the TSA molestation bill, it is because he feels he should be able to grab men by the crotch whenever he feels like it. The retaliation against Texas legislators at airports by a spineless or eager and sweaty, complicit TSA could only be justifiably answered by a few broken noses. I have seen and recorded numerous TSA body searches pointed out to me which can only be described as perverted molestation designed to get the population used to having to submit to some perverted shit at the top like George W. Bush or Janet 'the Molester' Napolitano demonstrating dominion over citizens' actual bodies. This is rape. Jesse Ventura should have knocked the guy across the room. A jury never would have convicted him. And he's got the money. Homeland Security my ass. It's the gay molestation liberation front. The sons of bitches still won't tell us, the people, who did 9-11. It was the TSA's bosses. G-A-Y M-O-L-E-S-T-E-R-S. GAY MOLESTERS.

  7. Oboma is a socialist who is attempting to destroy this great country by spending it into the swamp. In 2.5 years there has been more money spent that this country has spent in the last 16c years and it is now going to go even higher. I worry for my grand kids and grear grand kids. I have lived thru the best of this country, and one my kids will never know with this big dud running our country.

  8. I have always voted what I believe is somewhat liberal. I guess I could be called a liberal with conserative ideas. I do not believe that children should starve, or as a matter of fact no one should starve. But I also think that people who are able should be out looking for a job, even these bad times, there are some jobs available. In Toledo Ohio a man was offered a job that paid 11.50 per hour and he refused due to the fact unemployment paid him that much and he said on TV why take the job and work when I can get it without working. We have a bad policy which makes people wards of the state. The more on this type of attitude is part of the problem.

  9. Ron Paul appears to be a better candidate than Rick Perry. But that alone will not create the change needed to halt the onslaught of evil against a once viable republic. Ron Paul could very well find himself the victim of an evil and reprobate crime syndicate that has killed in the past to remain in control.

  10. Ron Paul, has clearly stated that he is aware of the dangers he faces. Alex Jones asked him point blank in an interview back in the 2008 elections. He basicly shrugged it off, and said he doesn't let crminals dictate his actions via intimidation. He's really quite a raire breed in this day and age.

    I do believe killing him would cause quite an up-rising PDQ!

    I intend on sending him $25.00 a month untill the election. If for no other reason, then the fact that he makes all the rest of those SOB's squirm. I got four of his signs for my yard the other day. I recon I'll put them out tomarrow.

    Ron Paul 2012


    August 13, 2011 by POPEYE
    Filed under Featured Stories, Politics

    (E.Nordstrom of FederalJack) The official number of votes counted in the 2011 Iowa Straw Poll is 16,892. The general breakdown of the total is as follows:

    4823 – Michelle Bachmann
    4671 – Ron Paul
    2293 – Pawlenty
    1657 – Santorum
    1456 – Cain
    718 – Perry
    567 – Romney
    385 – Gingrich
    69 – Huntsman
    35 – McCotter

    Ok, so let’s add up the votes (4823 + 4671 + 2293 + 1657 + 1456 + 718 + 567 + 385 + 69 +35 = 16,674). But wait a minute, the total votes counted were 16,892 right? So, of the total votes counted in the Iowa Straw Poll amounting to 16,892. The ten candidates listed above garnered 16,674. Well that leaves 218 votes unaccounted for.

    So where did the remaining 218 votes go?

    MSNBC has reported that the 218 is actually only 162 votes that are a “scattering” of ballots for candidates receiving less than one percent of the votes. Ok, fine, so who are these candidates? In addition, if as MSNBC is reporting it is only 162 and not 218, then where did the other 56 votes go? Hey! Let’s confuse the public even more!


    Let’s move on shall we?

    FOX News and most other news outlets seem to have solved this mystery. Instead of accuracy in reporting, they simply resort to saying, “Bachmann received 28 percent of the nearly 17,000 votes cast.” No need to count the votes, just say “nearly 17,000″.


    To be very clear, Congressman Ron Paul and Senator Michele Bachmann only had 152 votes difference in the Straw Poll.

    Bachmann wins by 152 votes, meanwhile 218 votes seem to be unaccounted for publicly. While I am sure there is a very good reason for the missing votes, this is precisely what causes distrust of government and the media.

    One other mystery is why media outlets seem to erase Ron Paul from most headlines and instead replace him with Rick Perry.

    Two good examples are the Washington Post who have an article posted entitled, “Bachmann wins Iowa straw poll as Perry jumps in” just below the title is a photo of Ron Paul.


    Another one is from Salon with an article entitled, “Let the fight for the right begin” just below the title is a photo of Bachmann and Rick Perry, then below the photo the article begins with, “Technically, the margin of victory for Michele Bachmann at Saturday’s Iowa straw poll was slight, with second-place finisher Ron Paul falling just 152 votes (or 0.9 percentage points) short of her tally. But everyone knows that Paul is a niche candidate.”


    In closing I suppose we have two mysteries.

    1. Where are the 218 unaccounted for votes?
    2. Why are media outlets replacing Ron Paul’s second place victory with Rick Perry?

    I am sure you all have answers, feel free to comment in.


    Posters Comments Below:

    This is likely only the first of many acts of vote fraud we will see in the coming election.

  12. Ron Paul is a christian anyway as is his son, although Rand is so far right he has tea bags hanging out of his it behooves one to vote for Ralph Nader I think..I know O'Bomber has betrayed me and like minds.

  13. Ralph Nader????????

    You may aswell stay home on election day mow the lawn, you will get more accomplished.