Saturday, December 17, 2011

More Ron Paul nonsense

If this man keeps talking, we may one day hear a revised history of the world.  He thinks he is just the smartest cookie on the plate, spewing nonsense and stupidity at every chance.

What he knows of the world could fit on the head of a pin.  What he thinks he knows of other people is so much self-flagellation, his claim that Michelle Bachman "hates Muslims" is nothing more than an ad hominum attack.  There is no substance in Paul's assertion, only the same pathetic try at explaining the world through the Ron Paul equality filter.

The man's an idiot and I trust very little I hear him say, but that doesn't mean it is impossible for him to get into the White House.  And God help us if he does.

From The Daily Caller December 17 by Jeff Poor

Ron Paul on Bachmann: ‘She hates Muslims. She hates them. She wants to go get them’ [VIDEO]

In an appearance that lasted three segments on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Friday, Texas Rep. Ron Paul gave a wide-ranging interview about his Republican presidential candidacy and how a President Paul would handle certain issues. At the end of his interview, Paul weighed in on some of his competitors — and had less-than-flattering words about his Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Leno named off several of the candidates and Paul gave his opinion of each.
  • Mitt Romney:  “He used to be governor of Massachusetts … maybe that’s what he should stay at – being governor. He’s a nice guy.
  • Newt Gingrich: “He should run for Speaker of the House again.”
  • Michele Bachmann: “She doesn’t like Muslims. She hates Muslims. She hates them. She wants to go get them.”
  • Jon Huntsman: “He’s a nice person, and he’s a good diplomat. He knows what diplomacy is all about. And he’s a thoughtful person.”
  • Rick Santorum: “Gay people and Muslims.

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1 comment:

Jay Knott said...

"He thinks he is just the smartest cookie on the plate". Well, that's not saying much. What he says is, it's a waste of American lives and money to attack Islamic and Arab nations on behalf of Israel, It's common sense. He's not claiming to be particularly smart.