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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Ron Paul's just throwing a hissy fit cause the Tea Party movement isn't falling in exactly as he believes they should. No deviation allowed.

    The TP Movement is a fluid thing, and it moves as to the whims of those that cheer it on, that rally for it.
    No Ron Paul is basically trying to prevent the tea party movement from being taken over by the right-wing Republican teabaggers.

    Look....we all know what they did to the GOP. What's wrong with trying to stop them from destroying this as well?
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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    No Ron Paul is basically trying to prevent the tea party movement from being taken over by the right-wing Republican teabaggers.
    Look....we all know what they did to the GOP. What's wrong with trying to stop them from destroying this as well?
    What a crock...........Every movement has some fr left or far right people in their movement.....Hell look at you and Cindy Sheehan..........
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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Rove View Post
    Ron Paul is a self-hating kook and he is no leader of the Tea Party movement. As a matter of fact, most Tea Party participants despise his radical leftwing Marxist views of American foreign policy, his compulsive vilification of America, and his conspiratorial view of America's intentions.

    Moreover, if Ron Paul truly is the leader of the Tea Party movement, he most certainly would have received far more political support during the 2008 presidential elections than he did. However, most people including most Tea Party participants today see him for what he is, a bona fide and certified kook.

    Finally, I resent Ron Paul kooks trying to hijack the Tea Party movement by vilifying everyone and anyone they disagree with as neo-cons. In fact, Ron Paul kooks are not members of the Tea Party movement, they are instead just kooks!
    Non-interventionist foreign policy was first advocated by George Washington and Thomas Jefferson - hardly what I'd call "left-wing Marxists"...

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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Rove View Post
    You are confusing Ron Paul Kookism with the Tea Party movement. Most Tea Party members see Ron Paul for what he really is, a self-loathing kook that pandered to 9/11 Truthers and other conspiracy kooks for political support and the only thing Ron Paul can be credited with is trying to mainstream kookism.
    And you're confusing "right-wingers" with "conservatives". The latter do not support authoritarian and unconstitutional Federal drug laws, for one; right-wingers, however, have no problem forcing their morality on others, even if it expands the size and power of government beyond its Constitutional mandate. That's why the Sarah Palins of the world are nothing more than faux-conservatives; opportunistic parasites that cite the Constitution only when it suites their politics...
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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    Non-interventionist foreign policy was first advocated by George Washington and Thomas Jefferson - hardly what I'd call "left-wing Marxists"...
    Yeah right! Which is why, of course, Thomas Jefferson dispatched the marines half way around the world to defeat the Barbary Coast Pirates, which, by the way, were also a part of the same perpetual global jihad we are still fighting today between the Islamic world and everybody else.

    In any event, Ron Paul has been inculcated with the same brand of leftwing hatred of America as Marxists, which is why he always is very quick to blame America first while he spews old Soviet style agitprop verbatim while vilifying America and America's foreign policy. It's also the reason why only 9/11 Truthers, conspiracy theory nut cases, and other assorted kooks support that self-hating kook. Give me a break!

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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Rove View Post
    Yeah right! Which is why, of course, Thomas Jefferson dispatched the marines half way around the world to defeat the Barbary Coast Pirates, which, by the way, were also a part of the same perpetual global jihad we are still fighting today between the Islamic world and everybody else.

    In any event, Ron Paul has been inculcated with the same brand of leftwing hatred of America as Marxists, which is why he always is very quick to blame America first while he spews old Soviet style agitprop verbatim while vilifying America and America's foreign policy. It's also the reason why only 9/11 Truthers, conspiracy theory nut cases, and other assorted kooks support that self-hating kook. Give me a break!
    I must say, you are doing a good job living up to your screen name.

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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Rove View Post
    Yeah right! Which is why, of course, Thomas Jefferson dispatched the marines half way around the world to defeat the Barbary Coast Pirates, which, by the way, were also a part of the same perpetual global jihad we are still fighting today between the Islamic world and everybody else.

    In any event, Ron Paul has been inculcated with the same brand of leftwing hatred of America as Marxists, which is why he always is very quick to blame America first while he spews old Soviet style agitprop verbatim while vilifying America and America's foreign policy. It's also the reason why only 9/11 Truthers, conspiracy theory nut cases, and other assorted kooks support that self-hating kook. Give me a break!
    Just because he is quite a bit more critical of the US foreign policy (I don't agree with him much at all, including foreign policy) does not mean you can just label it Marxist when he is the antithesis of Marxism.
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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    I must say, you are doing a good job living up to your screen name.
    Not really, because while the real Karl is a cheerleader, he is not that ridiculous.
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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    And you're confusing "right-wingers" with "conservatives". The latter do not support authoritarian and unconstitutional Federal drug laws, for one; right-wingers, however, have no problem forcing their morality on others, even if it expands the size and power of government beyond its Constitutional mandate. That's why the Sarah Palins of the world are nothing more than faux-conservatives; opportunistic parasites that cite the Constitution only when it suites their politics...
    Excuse me dude, but right wingers and conservatives are the same thing. In fact, the two terms are synonymous. It is you who is obviously very confused. No right winger or conservative ever believes in expanding the size and power of the federal government. Indeed, you are confusing progressives with right wingers and conservatives.

    President Bush was not a conservative. In fact, he didn't have a conservative bone in his very progressive body. He was in fact a very political correct multicultural stealth progressive, who only got elected because most conservative Republicans were forced to choose between the lesser of two evils.

    As a matter of fact, Juan McPane was also a stealth progressive masquerading as a conservative, and that's the reason why he lost the election because most conservative Republicans like me were appalled that the progressives were hijacking the Republican Party and refused to vote for him.

    It's also the reason why I will never ever vote for the lesser of two evils ever again, as it ultimately enabled the progressives to hijack the Republican Party. Indeed, from now on if the Republican Party can't field a “real” conservative for national office, then I will hold my nose and vote for the most liberal candidate I can, since I'm more pissed off about the liberal corruption of the Republican Party than I am about the election of B. Hussein Obama or any other liberal.

    In any event, it is obvious that you are confusing the terms progressive, right winger, and conservative, with kookism, which is what your idol Ron Paul and his followers are.

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    Re: Ron Paul: ‘Neocon influence’ is infiltrating tea parties

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    I must say, you are doing a good job living up to your screen name.
    Not really. To be honest, I can't stand the man, because he sold us a stealth progressive and a very politically correct one at that. Indeed, I consider GWB to be the Jimmy Carter of the Republican Party.

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