Ron Paul Quits CNN Interview To Prove He Is Not a Racist (VIDEO)

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Uh-oh, Ron Paul needs a nap! Poor old grampa crankypants walked out of an interview with CNN’s Gloria Borger after she repeatedly asked him, as everyone has been doing for the last half-decade, whether he had read any of the murderously racist tirades of the attention-deprived libertarians writing for one of his eponymous newsletters in the 80s and 90s. You never thought it could happen, but apparently even Ron Paul gets tired of saying the word “NO” over and over sometimes!

From CNN:

When Borger asked him if this was a legitimate topic, he became testy saying, “Yeah and when you get the answer, it’s legitimate that you sort of take the answers I gave. You know what the answer is? I didn’t write them, didn’t read them at the time, and I disavow them. This is the answer.”

(PSSSST, RON PAUL: You know you’re still running for the GOP nomination, right? Say “disavow” a little more quietly.)

Ha ha and Wolf Blitzer looks so confused the whole time, like “why didn’t you just ask him about his eyebrow wigs?” That’s what Wolf would have asked about, come on. [CNN/The Atlantic]

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253 comments

    1. memzilla

      "Place black people in strategic spots at campaign rallies" means he'll hire them as security guards.

    2. BaldarTFlagass

      "Dr. No never tires of saying "No!"

      Did he learn that from Ted Stevens, or was it the other way around?

    3. user-of-owls

      You seem like a genial enough fellow, so here's a tip.

      Do. Not. Blogwhore. On. Wonkette.

      Although, now that I think of it, this could make for an interesting experiment. Next time you discover a virgin post, make sure to:

      1-Whore yer blog;
      2-Shout "FRIST!!";
      3-Call Ken retarded.

      It could be a sort of Emergency Broadcast System test, except to see whether there really even is such a thing as the mythical 'banhämmer' of yore.

    1. not that Dewey

      I typically don't Hate Whitey after Labor Day (although Columbus day and Xmas make that rather difficult some times).

    1. user-of-owls

      See, that's the problem with our US American ADD electorate. When we "leave it there," we always forget where the there was, when we "leave it there," where?

      ¿¿¿Like I was saying???

    1. elviouslyqueer

      No no. McCain is, and will always be, ol' Grandpa Crappypants. Just as Chuck Grassley is Grandpa Cornpants, always and forever.

      1. Jukesgrrl

        Grandpa Cornpants has been surprisingly silent given all the political folderol going on in Iowa. Did someone take away his Tweetie Machine or has he finally been diagnosed?

  1. GunToting[Redacted]

    So, Ron Paul is:

    a) A racist
    b) Someone who didn't bother to read the shit published in his own newsletters
    c) A thin-skinned douchebag.

        1. hollywooddood

          f. A career politician who throws Galt to the mindless fringe dwellers who gobble it up and then think themselves terribly clever for their ability to nod and grin vacuously at ‘deep insights.’

    1. GOPCrusher

      I guess the question of where did Rand Paul learn to want to repeal the Civil Rights Act has been answered.

  2. Goonemeritus

    Ron Paul needs to lighten up he’s down to just the Daily Show and some shortwave outlets for electronic media.

  3. Terry

    So, let's assume that he never read any of the newsletters that were going out under his name? What does that say about the man? What does it suggest about his management style? Could we expect that third parties would be writing things under his name that he won't be reading if he's elected president?

      1. Biff

        Cupping his ear in the windstorm created by Marine 1, pretending not to hear? It's OK, blimps are much quieter.

    1. Moonbat

      Exactly. Either he's a racist asshole, or he's so completely out of touch that he lets whoever write whatever under his name as long as he's getting paid.

      Or probably both.

    2. Sue4466

      "Could we expect that third parties would be writing things under his name that he won't be reading if he's elected president?"

      No, because Ron Paul will never be elected president. Otherwise, yes.

  4. memzilla

    "I didn't read 'em… I read 'em… I only read some of 'em…"

    Geez Ron, we're gonna call your campaign headquarters "The Waffle House." And you need more syrup.

  5. mavenmaven

    How can he be responsible for what he said 10 years ago, he's so old he probably forgot what he said this morning.
    He did, however, say "incendiary only to people like you", which I think is the biggest giveaway.

    1. LetUsBray

      But holding Barack Obama personally responsible for things Jeremiah Wright said is completely fair because, you know, they're people like them.

  6. SexySmurf

    You know who else had racist propaganda published under his name? (And at least he had the balls to take credit for it.)

      1. chicken_thief

        Maybe everyone with "Duke" in their name, including "The Duke"? On second thought, maybe not Duke Ellington….

  7. Antispandex

    Dr. Paul (future President for life) should not have to answer questions about stuff like this. Everyone should just trust him because he isn't a Washington insider. I mean, is it fair to ask him about things that don't have to do with his plans to make America great again? I didn't think so. Where are the softball questions like "What about his whole deregulation thing. How's that working out for us?"

    1. MaxNeanderthal

      "I am Governer Ronald Paul,
      My aura smiles and never frowns,
      Soon I will be president.
      Romney power will sink away,
      I shall be fuhrer one day…."

      Apologies to Jello…….

    2. chicken_thief

      I'm interested in hearing what he plans to do all day as POTUS once all the agencies are disbanded and we have no foreign policy.

    3. GOPCrusher

      After being re-elected what, 12 times, he still claims he isn't a Washington insider? Why, because when others see him coming, they say "Here comes that cranky old racist asshole, Ron Paul." and act like they don't see him?

  8. SayItWithWookies

    When Representative Dr. Ron Paul is president, reporters will be able to investigate any issue they want and ask candidates any questions they want to. It might be difficult to hear them from the bottom of the well, however.

  9. freakishlywrong

    Gloria Borger should have gone medieval on his ass. Some needs to ask these lying, arrogant assclowns just who in the fuck they think they work for. Ginormous salary, and great benefits, all at the largess of the American people.
    "I have a question for you, mother fucker, answer it or get the fuck out".

    1. DaRooster

      The problem lies in them avoiding/dodging anyone that would ask them actual poignant questions these days. Amazing how this is allowed.

  10. SorosBot

    Ron Paul must think his supporters are incredibly stupid if he thinks they'd believe he wouldn't read the articles in a newsletter he published with his name on them. Luckily for him, his followers really are incredibly stupid.

  11. Goonemeritus

    Holidays shout out to all the Paultard readers of Wonkette. Fuck you guys I hope the Federal Reserve pisses in your punch bowl.

  12. prommie

    I wish someone would ask him about the eyebrow wigs, that was fucking strange. And whatever happened to the ReLoveution Zeppelin? Everything is better with Zeppelins. We were promised Zeppelins, dammit.

      1. chicken_thief

        If you happen to live in NV at least you'll be able to barter for health care. Or maybe some pot.

    1. HarryButtle

      Hey hey, what can I do? I gotta woman who won't be true. Hey hey, hear what I say. I gotta woman wants to ball all day.

      (Not sure what that particular tune flashed in my mind when I read your post, but I decided to just go with it)

      1. BaldarTFlagass

        For years that song was unavailable unless you happened to have bought the 45 of The Immigrant Song back in 1970. Now? It's available on just about every LZ anthology ever made. hooray for the digital world.

        1. HarryButtle

          You are correct, sir! I remember searching high and low and being unable to find that single when I was a lad.

    2. BaldarTFlagass

      Although they were excoriated and mocked by critics for years, Zeppelin's music has remained with us and they are now widely considered to be one of the most successful, innovative and influential bands in the history of music.

      1. GOPCrusher

        Just watched Song Remains The Same on the Palladium Channel, the other night for the 90 Billionth time. Still enjoyable.

        1. BaldarTFlagass

          I was going through my old albums the other weekend and there it was, the first album I ever bought, age 10, late 1969 or early 1970, LZ II. Fucking thing looks like I cut pizza on it.

  13. MissTaken

    Can't we all just agree that if you have to explain why you are not a racist, you are probably a racist?

    1. Swampgas_Man

      What about all the rednex who insist NObama is racist against white folks? Doesn't the Kenyan Usurper have to prove he's not racist by giving in again and again and . . . Uh, wait a minnit, I think we have our answer.

    2. Nostrildamus

      Disagree. Rushbo said blacks are racist for voting for Obama. The choices are:
      1. remain silent and accept the accusation of being racist;
      2. explain why that behavior is not racist, thus proving you're a racist?

      Racism is real, but discussion of it in America is totally fucked.

  14. phlox✔

    I disavow every stupid comment I've ever posted on teh interwebs. I neither wrote them nor read them.

  15. samsuncle

    We really need to elect Ron Paul president so we can start a new dynasty of father/son presidencies. It has worked out well in the past so why not.

  16. dadanarchist

    What's really going to hurt him is that he is becoming just as sad, petulant and whiny as GOP delicate flowers like Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich and Mittens.

  17. BaldarTFlagass

    Goddamit! I already used up my best snark on this story this morning when it was covered in the morning summary thread!

    *rages around cubicle*

    Fuck it.

    "You go on the presidential campaign trail with the racist pamphlets you've had for 20 years, not the racist pamphlets you wish you didn't have."

  18. MissTaken

    I can only imagine how warm and nurturing the good Doctor's bedside manner is.

    "You want a prescription for birth control pills? You know what the answer is? No! The answer is no! I don't write the prescription, I don't read the prescription, and I disavow your refill. This is the answer."

  19. Blueb4sunrise

    DIdn't watch….is Gloria Borger hawt??

    Today's:
    What do you think?
    Do you use Twitter?

    Y
    N
    What is it?

    Yes, I think I use Twitter.
    No, I don't think I use
    twitter
    I think I don't know what
    twitter is.

  20. BaldarTFlagass

    "I've been around awhile, Gloria, and I've known Borgers before. And you, madam, are no Lucrezia Borger!!!"

    1. Chichikovovich

      "And I should know, since Cesare Borger used to be my campaign manager, before that bastard Bush stole him away."

  21. SheriffRoscoe

    This is not the Ron Paul we've come to know, the candid and honest one who rains down warm piss on the wants and desires of debate attendees when the subjects turn to foreign policy, or marijuana.

  22. Tundra Grifter

    Geezers geeze – ya just can't explain it.

    I really get a kick out of these people who think they can run for President of the good ole USofA and not answer any questions. Good night, you'd think they'd never been on a job interview.

    Maybe they heard the right wing gasbags repeat "Yehbut nobody asked Obama about…" too many times.

    1. Chichikovovich

      Yeah, totally. Why isn't anyone asking Obama about white supremacist trash published under his name in his newsletters? Our liberal media strikes again.

  23. SorosBot

    Sort of like how "I'm not a racist, but…" is almost always followed by something incredibly racist.

    1. Chichikovovich

      Quite true. In fact, saying "I'm not a racist but…" is such an infallible signifier that the speaker is a racist that I'm surprised people haven't started prefacing it with "I'm not a racist but…".

      As in for example: "I'm not a racist but: "I'm not a racist but it I notice that they don't have affirmative action for whites in the NBA." "

    1. Tundra Grifter

      No – because the life experience of most Black folks has been such that they fully understand the importance of the law. Fair, just and properly pursued, of course.

  24. Tundra Grifter

    This reminds of Sir Charles Barkley saying a newly published book misquoted him.

    It was his autobiography.

    1. ShaveTheWhales

      Didn't P-Rick do the same thing, essentially?

      OT, do you think "essentially" deserves the same status as "also, too", essentially?

  25. SorosBot

    The strategy of running away from tough questions surely makes Mr. Paul look strong and courageous to voters.

  26. RadioYKWE

    Wolfy says two days in a row: "I didn't exactly hear what that guy said…I know he used a bad word."

  27. slowhansolo

    The saddest thing about this episode is Leslie's goggling unbelief at a minor flash of real journalism. Gloria better watch her ass before viewers start getting the wrong idea.

    1. Chichikovovich

      I think Borger needn’t worry. It’s always within the rules to hector and humiliate marginal candidates without a hope of winning. That’s why, for example, you saw people like Joe Scarborough, who had been reviling Gingrich and the very idea of his candidacy from the point of view of “I was a Congressman at the time I saw the horror, the heart of darkness….” Then during that brief moment that Gingrich was the non-Romney of the week, Scarborough started backpedaling and looking for Gingrich-puffery to spout. It is a challenging moment for Washington stenographers whenever it isn’t clear if the rules permit dumping on someone. Are they a sideshow or a Serious Candidate respected by Very Serious People? What shall I do, what shall I say.

      Now if Borger goes after Romney that way on the subject of how he can call himself a “job creator” given that Bain made its money in the job destruction industry, or about his “I can’t have illegals, I’m running for president” remark, she’ll be sharing the evening polar bear report desk with Ashleigh Banfield in Gimli Manitoba before the week is out.

    2. Chichikovovich

      I think Borger needn't worry. It's always within the rules to burnish your fake credentials as a "hard-hitting investigative journalist" by hectoring and humiliating marginal candidates without a hope of winning. That's why, for example, you saw people like Joe Scarborough, who had been reviling Gingrich and the very idea of his candidacy from the point of view of "I was a Congressman at the time I saw the horror, the heart of darkness…." turn and start backpedaling and looking for Gingrich-puffery to spout during that brief moment that Gingrich was the non-Romney of the week. It is a challenging moment for Washington stenographers whenever it isn't clear if the rules permit dumping on someone. Are they a sideshow clown set for face-pie-ing or a Serious Candidate respected by Very Serious People? What shall I do, what shall I say?

      Now if Borger goes after Romney that way on the subject of how he can call himself a "job creator" given that Bain made its money in the job destruction industry, or about his "I can't have illegals, I'm running for president" remark, she'll be sharing the evening polar bear report desk with Ashleigh Banfield in Gimli Manitoba before the week is out.

  28. littlebigdaddy

    I have always found Gloria Borger hawt. Never more so than when she is dressing down a douchebag like that.

  29. poncho_pilot

    didn't he take money from White Supremacist groups or something, too? i mean, that doesn't logically mean you are a racist if you do so but it does look like you don't care enough about the racism issue to turn away their money. whatever, i guess. but you should expect people to be upset by that.

  30. littlebigdaddy

    Brave Sir Robin ran away.
    ("No!")
    Bravely ran away away.
    ("I didn't!")
    When danger reared it's ugly head,
    He bravely turned his tail and fled.
    ("no!")
    Yes, brave Sir Robin turned about
    ("I didn't!")
    And gallantly he chickened out.
    ****Bravely**** taking ("I never did!") to his feet,
    He beat a very brave retreat.
    ("all lies!")
    Bravest of the braaaave, Sir Robin!
    ("I never!")

    1. Banelm

      Here, let the invisible hand of the free market tighten those leg irons for you. There ya go, much better… Off ya go to auction now!

  31. poncho_pilot

    this must be some of the Ron Paul consistency i've grown to love. as a qualifier, i also find the character of Don Quixote to be wonderful. doesn't mean i'd vote for him, either.

          1. poncho_pilot

            i understand the confusion. what happened was Michael Steele took them to a lesbian bondage club. there were fingers plugging dykes involved but they weren't in the Netherlands. and Steele paid for everything. their pesos were no good.

  32. BarackMyWorld

    At least Ron Paul wasn't the member of a church where the pastor once said "God damn America." Now that'd be REALLY embarrassing.

    1. anniegetyerfun

      But that is REAL racism, because it shows that not all black people are grateful for everything that while people have done for them in the USA!

  33. Lascauxcaveman

    In fairness to Dr. Paul, these are Libertarians we're talking about.

    People campaigning for him probably just do whatever the hell they want, 'cause that's what being a Libertarian is all about, right? If the guy wants to get high, shoot his guns in the air and scream racist epithets, naked, in the street, how could Dr. Paul, in good faith, stop him?

  34. imissopus

    Okay old man, forget the newsletters. Now about your giving the keynote address to the John Birch Society at a dinner celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2008…

  35. poorgradstudent

    To be fair, who could have predicted that someone who thinks we should return to pre-Great Depression economic policies would have insane, extremist followers?

  36. poncho_pilot

    it's amusing to me that the Team Personal Liberty is the one that always wants to tell you to just shut up because they're right and you're wrong and you should do what they say.

    and yes, i did try turning it off and on again.

  37. Nostrildamus

    Every time I think GOP presidential candidates are the stupidest people on the face of planet Earth, here comes Wolf Blitzer.

  38. poorgradstudent

    Also, too, I should admit I like the "idea" of Ron Paul. But it says a lot about how fucked up our politics are that someone like Paul can occasionally seem like the sole voice of reason just for saying that maybe building an authoritarian military state that pretty much exists just to funnel taxpayer money over to defense contractors is a bad, unsustainable idea. That doesn't make supporting the guy who has a hard-on for the gold standard and who'd let Mississippi build Marcus Bachmann Reeducation Camps for Homosexuals in the name of "liberty" a good idea, however.

    1. Pithaughn

      What about bright shiny 3-D objects that distract us from noticing that building an authoritarian military state that pretty much exists just to funnel taxpayer money over to defense contractors? I'll bet if some government did a study they would find out that the USA is the best at that or at least designing, importing and retailing them.

  39. Mumbletypeg

    First Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, now Dr. Paul.
    From her Ice Castle's snowbound study, the Thrilla from Wasilla must be watching these pathetic walkouts and thinking: "Amateurs!" — then looking up the word "incendiary" cause it sounds familiar.

  40. EatsBabyDingos

    Needz moar Aqua Buddha. "New! From Aqua Velva-'Old Man in a Can!' For those days you feel less fresh and more moth ball-y"

  41. Katydid

    How come there are enough Paultards to spam every damn comments section with the same damn comments defending "Dr. Paul," but he never gets any damn votes?

    1. MissTaken

      It's hard to go to the polling station when you have to walk up the stairs from your mom's basement to get there.

    2. glamourdammerung

      How come there are enough Paultards to spam every damn comments section with the same damn comments defending "Dr. Paul," but he never gets any damn votes?

      Because a lot of states do not allow felons to restore their voting rights.

  42. SenileAgitation

    It's almost like you guys got tired of posting things or something. State Farm offers up to 40% off on auto insurance. Barney Frank's nips. Oliva Munn's tits (not even). As a distraught market research respondent once wailed, "bring back Hodgepodge!" I couldn't know it then, but that person was right.

  43. Guppy

    "it’s legitimate that you sort of take the answers I gave."

    Much like most of his supporters, Ron Paul gets flustered when he's once again reminded that Jedi mind tricks aren't real.

  44. El Pinche

    "Listen to non-racist Dr. Paul's non-racist lecture on Alabaster Rights from his non-racist newsletters at Niggerhead, TX! "

  45. zappadoo76

    I read someplace that Lew Rockwell was the ghostwriter for Paul's newsletter. This does not speak well of Lew, who I thought was just a right-wing crank, not a racist.

    1. GOPCrusher

      The main issue I have with him, is when questioned about things he has said or done in the past, he gets all cranky.
      And his followers are tinfoil hat wearing assholes.

  46. SayItWithWookies

    Hey, it looks like the House Republicans have abandoned their principled stance against tax cuts for people who actually work for a living and are prepared to pass the 2-month payroll tax cut extension. http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2011/12/breaki
    I wonder if John Boehner's crying. Or if the earth is revolving around the sun, or if clouds are puffy white things that float in the sky.

  47. chascates

    CNN claims:
    House GOP leaders agreed to a two-month extension of the tax break to allow time for further talks, sources say. They are scheduled to seek members' approval soon.

  48. chascates

    Oh gawd. From WashPost:
    “I am the longest-serving teacher in the senior military, 23 years teaching one- and two-star generals and admirals the art of war,” Gingrich said at the most recent GOP presidential debate in Iowa.
    That’s a grandiose way of describing a guest-lecturing gig, which is what Gingrich used to do twice a year for the Joint Flag Officer Warfighting Course, a seminar for promising young generals and admirals at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama.
    Gingrich’s adoptive father Bob Gingrich, a retired Army officer, told PBS’s “Frontline” during the mid-1990s that he had never regarded his son as military material. “He is very nearsighted. You probably know that he can barely see across the street without his contacts. He has two of the flattest feet that there ever was,” his father recalled.

      1. BaldarTFlagass

        You'd figure that by the time they'd got a star or two, they'd have already figured that shit out. In fact, you would think it would be a pre-requisite to getting that star.

    1. elviouslyqueer

      “He is very nearsighted. You probably know that he can barely see across the street without his contacts. He has two of the flattest feet that there ever was,” his father recalled.

      Um, fap?

  49. Nostrildamus

    Ron Paul Quits CNN Interview To Prove He Is Not a Racist They Can Never Take Away Our FREEDOM !!!!!!!!

  50. Toomush_Infer

    This is stupid. Just because Ron Paul is crazy, does not mean that he has to put up with Gloria Berger, whining that she "has to ask the guestion…" because it's in her contract…. as it was yesterday and the day before regardless of his answers. I contrast this with the kind of non-speak speaking that all of the House Representatives have been getting away with this week, none of whom could remotely make an interview be about anything at all… at least wait until he's winning in more than one poll…

  51. BarackMyWorld

    He should do a Christine O'Donnell-style ad:
    "I'm not a racist….I'm you. Just older, crazier, and running for president."

  52. chascates

    Hah! Rep. John Boehner: Opposing a 2-month payroll tax cut deal until now "may not have been politically the smartest thing."

  53. GOPCrusher

    O/T But, Iowa Republiklans are asking for increased security for the upcoming Caucuses. They are expecting OWS to try to disrupt the process. They are also asking for increased cyber security to ensure hackers do not tamper with the results.
    Paranoid much?

    1. doloras

      It's not OWS who would hack the results, it's Paultards they're really afraid of.

      DR CONGRESSMAN RON PAUL WINS 147% OF THE VOTE IN IOWA!!! PATRIOTIC AMERIKKKUNS FLOCK IN FROM NEARBY STATES JUST TO VOTE TO END THE FED AND WELFARE FOR NIGRUHS!

    2. SayItWithWookies

      What, are they afraid all the liberal, black and urban Republicans are gonna show up and skew the caucus away from the crazy candidates?

    3. Biff

      How the fuck do you hack a caucus? I hate the NV caucus with the heat of a thousand sunlamps, but at least you can't hack the sumbitch.

  54. hebmskebm

    It never ceases to bring me joy that Ron Paul's Presidential campaigns bring in millions upon millions of hard earned Paultard dollars with no hope of ever amounting to anything. Who says the free market is the most efficient?

  55. Radiotherapy

    Aside from the state controlled liberal media pestering Fart Paul, the wingtard media is also trying to discredit the old coot. I'm trying to figure out who the teabaggers hate more, Paul or Romney?

  56. Jukesgrrl

    Where was John King? He would have handled the interview by locating Doc Paul's eyebrow wigs on his giant movable map. "See them from this angle, NOW, see them from THIS angle! Amazing, isn't it? Iowa voters are impressed."

  57. Schmegeg

    Every time I heat this guy, I wonder who his patients were? Imagine waking up from anesthesia and having this man foaming insane bullshit by the paragraph at you.

    1. One_Man_Band

      But but but… that letter that he signed himself and sent out on his own letterhead to promote his own newsletters from which he gladly accepted the profits doesn't reflect his real views!

      Uh, uh, and even if he IS a racist it won't matter because he'll totally let all the blacks out of all the prisons somehow. For liberty.

  58. TheTimChannel

    If Paul ends the drug war, he will do more to improve the lot of minority citizens than any candidate. That is the reason the REAL racists are so determined to smear him for things that appeared under his name in a pre-internet Drudge Report format. The Prison Industrial complex, along with the Military Industrial complex, aided and abetted by a compliant press and trillions of Bankster dollars are duty bound to smear him at every turn. Don't let them fool you again. There are no WMD's, just the diseased minds of the 1%. Obama had his chance to do the right thing. He promised to focus on the pressing issue of this ongoing social destruction through continued prohibition. Instead of holding true to his word, he did the exact opposite. Ask California. To hell with the flip-floppers of all political ilk. Ron Paul is the only candidate running who doesn't suffer from the real political problems the rest of the field is consumed with. He's not bought and sold by the banksters or military industrial complex, nor do his positions change from polling cycle to polling cycle. Go Ron Paul.

    Enjoy.

  59. TheTimChannel

    There is a delicious irony in reading the rightwing attacks on Paul for being a racist, when their whole world revolves around keeping minorities fully employed (in the prison industrial complex).

    You know why it's official that Ron Paul can win the presidency? Because BOTH the left and the right are attacking him now. We all know that is an official badge of honor these days. Also, he does well on Comedy Central. Game, set and match.

    Enjoy.

    1. SorosBot

      So you want a President who forces an insane economic policy on the US, wants to allow corporations to do whatever they want to fuck us over without regulation, hates freedom and wants to force women to give birth against their will, hates the Constitution, is a hardcore racist who wants to repeal the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and allow businesses to discriminate on the basis of race, and supports other horrible ideals just because he's good on two issues (war and the drugs)? Go fuck yourself.

  60. user-of-owls

    All three of those things were, at one time or another, capital offenses around here. I know, right?

    Anyway, that was back when we were a warblog and couldn't waste time with potential traitors.

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