We haven’t written very much about Ron Paul, Rand Paul or the Libertarian Presidential candidate in 2016. It’s just reality that our readers don’t really care what these libertarian loons have to say. They’ve heard it all before and have rejected anything even remotely Libertarian in presidential elections for 75 years.
We take great pride in destroying the Libertarian presidential crusade of Rand Paul, who was celebrated on the cover of Time magazine – as
“The Most Interesting Man in Politics”.
This was based on Rand Paul’s championing of the BlackLiesMatter protests in Ferguson MO, doing photo ops with Rev. (not!) Al Sharpton and speaking out against a “police state” that was placing riot troops in Ferguson streets.
We pointed out the rather obvious fact that riot troops were in Ferguson because….
Black mobs were rioting!
And whatever happened to that “I’m no longer the Southern Avenger, I’m a born again Libertarian” – Rand Paul aide Jack Hunter?
Well, apparently Jack Hunter is still alive, but no longer a Rand Paul aide, he’s writing very, very long winded Libertarian essays about…
As always with American Libertarians, after all was said and done, a lot more was said than done.
But, what about Ron Paul – where was he in 2016? What has he been doing with all those $ millions he raised in his money bombs. Did Ron Paul die?
No he’s apparently not quite dead yet:
Here’s Ron Paul’s 2016 educational video explaining that the West doesn’t have any clash of civilizations with the Islamic world and Muslims can’t harm or even threaten us because the Muslims don’t have any navies. This at a time when Muslim navies spent 2016 landing 2,000 plus Black/Muslim males of prime raping and killing ages on Italian beaches. That’s 2,000 every single #*$&@# day!
I’m old enough to remember the original Saturday Night Live show back in the late 1970s when the show was actually funny. One of my favorite charters was played by Gilda Radner – the hard of hearing, old woman Emily Litella, who would make opposing view points on Weekend Update.
Emily would oppose things like
‘Youth in Asia”
Chevy Chase would then kindly step in and say:
“No Miss Litella – our editorial was opposing violence on television, not violins.”
Emily Litella would then reply.
“Oh, that’s very different. Never mind”.
I wish there was someone who would do the same for old, out of it Conservatives like poor old Ron Paul. Or maybe we should consider…
Youth in Asia/euthanasia.