September 8, 2011, - 6:06 am

HILARIOUS Video: Drunk Driving PaulNut Lectures Police on Constitution

By Debbie Schlussel

This obnoxious Ron Paul supporter (or as we more accurately call ‘em, PaulNuts) is sooooo typical.  Gets stopped by Gallatin County, Montana sheriff’s deputies and lectures ‘em about the Constitution and the First Amendment.  Oh, and he makes sure we know who he’s supporting for Prez . . . several times.  I give a lot of credit to photogenic Deputy Sheriff Doug Lieurance, who has a good sense of humor through it all. Nice catch and great narration by YouTuber, “Rividude.” Gotta watch. . .

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Ron Paul is such a babbling idiot. It should come as no surprise that many of his supporters are babbling idiots.

Most people who cry “Constitution” when they get arrested are really talking about the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments to the Constitution. I think it’s fine to take the U.S. Constitution seriously. However, many, many of Ron Paul’s supporters are NOT interested in the U.S. Constitution.

Many of Ron Paul’s supporters are interested in throwing America back to the early 19th century when white males held exclusive legal and political power. I can’t say that about all of Paul’s supporters, but it’s pretty evident in many, if not most cases.

I have a rather interesting piece of 2008 Ron Paul campaign literature that was left on my door knob. It shows a younger Ron Paul smiling in a picture on Air Force One with President Reagan. I don’t know why Ron Paul evokes Reagan’s name so often. Ron Paul is an isolationist. Ronald Reagan was a lot of things, but he certainly was NOT an isolationist. To me, this is evidence that Ron Paul himself is rather self-delusional. Like I said, he’s a babbling idiot.

There is NO Santa Claus on September 8, 2011 at 8:38 am

    I can’t stand drunks. I only see the mangled car with the dead family inside that this guy could have caused.

    Shoot on sight!

    As goes Israel, so goes the World on September 8, 2011 at 12:19 pm

      I can’t stand drunks. I only see the mangled car with the dead family inside that this guy could have caused.

      Shoot on sight!

      As goes Israel, so goes the World on September 8, 2011 at 12:19 pm

      Reply

      He could have drunk himself into a stupor and quietly passed out or gone to sleep and it wouldn’t bothered me. What he did that was hideously wrong was to get behind the wheel of a car while he was drunk

      Miranda Rose Smith on September 9, 2011 at 1:46 am

No politician is responsible for his drunken jerk supporters.

Miranda Rose Smith on September 8, 2011 at 9:00 am

You don’t have a right to drive on the public roads. You have a privilege. It amazes me how people think it entitles them to endanger others.

Frickin’ hilarious!

NormanF on September 8, 2011 at 9:10 am

Miss Schlussel, Et Alii:

Why are you and some of your fans opposed to Ron Paul?

I don’t think I agree with everything he says, but of all the current candidates for President of the United States, Ron Paul appears to be the only one who’s in favor of a strict enforcement of our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America.

The other candidates just ignore that document, or are proposing legislation and/or policies which would further subvert it.

In response to the comment by “THERE IS NO SANTA CLAUS”, what’s so wrong with being “isolationist”, and why shouldn’t white males constitute the powers that be and the status quo?

I’m a racially prejudiced white male, and I’m a sexist white male, and I make no apology for either view.

Just compare the stark contrasts between the America I grew up in and America the way it is now.

Quite frankly, I do believe in and support the restoration of our lost republic, our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America, our unalienable rights as individual citizens, sovereignty of the several states (including the right to secede), a capitalist free enterprise economy, security for our national borders, and traditional white Christian family moral values.

However, due to the blatant collaboration between the Republican Party and the Democrat Party, our political system
of election by voting citizens no longer works, and the Marxist inspired policies of mandatory “political correctness” within most of our major news and entertainment media suppresses and distorts freedom of expression.

Thus, if necessary (and, sadly, it has become rather evident that this is the case), those of us who publicly swore a solemn oath before Almighty God that we would support and defend our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America may well be compelled to resort to bloody armed violence via outright rebellion to seize the government, or by imposing night-riding vigilante justice within our local neighborhoods

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507

John Robert Mallernee on September 8, 2011 at 10:05 am

    Guys like you make me realize how good we have it in America today, flash mobs and other maladies notwithstanding. You are a schmuck.

    Seek on September 8, 2011 at 11:30 am

I’m going to assume that this guy’s favorite brand of beer is
St. “Paul-i” Girl.

CornCoLeo on September 8, 2011 at 10:19 am

I can’t wait for Ron Paul to be prez….with the FDA gone, I can repackage Chicklets and sell it as anti-cancer or blood-pressure medication. Seriously, Paul has a few good points here and there. But he’s out to lunch on America’s role in the world and totally deaf regarding enemies of the West. You want to snuff out future 9/11s BEFORE they happen on this side of the ocean.And that means you occasionally have to stick your nose into the brown stuff. Also, I think Michelle Bachmann will defend the U.S. Constitution just as strongly.

Not Ovenready on September 8, 2011 at 10:22 am

LOL. That moron was just driving so fast because he was trying to get to the Planet Zog…Ron Paul’s cRaZy planet!!!

Skunky on September 8, 2011 at 10:24 am

To John Robert Mallernee, you have to realize and acknowledge this about Ron Paul, this is the same Ron Paul who’s friends with a “white-nationalist” name “Don Black” who’s the founder and creater of “Stormfront”! Bro, I hope you’re not supporting a guy who’s friends with a white-supremacist and also an anti-semite (that’s Don Black)? And I also believe over a month ago on the Norway thread, the overt anti-semitic trolls who commented on that thread where more likely from Stormfront, VNN Forum or any “white-power, white-nationalist” website to spew out their ultra anti-semitic hatred against Debbie Schlussel, jewish people and Israel?

Back to Mr. Paul, I have the link with him taking a picture with Mr. Black of Stormfront, and I think conservatives in general need to WAKE THE HELL UP to this fact about Paul being attached to Mr. Black. Here’s the link BTW:

http://nicolen.wordpress.com/2007/12/22/ron-paul-don-black-and-stormfront/

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 8, 2011 at 11:53 am

The guy is drunk. Nothing sensible comes out of drunk’s mouth. The are other, more appropriate ways to debate Ron Paul’s suitability for office. Namely, his passionate dislike for Israel and America’s support of the State of Israel.

That’s a valid bone of contention to slap him around with, not some drunk with a Ron Paul bumper sticker.

BTW – doesn’t it raise anyone’s hackles that the NatGeo toadies for The Man chose to go to Montana and video an entire cable series devoted to exploring how dangerous Montanans are? How violent? Drunk? Like crazed “militia”? This doesn’t bother any of you?

(during the Obama Administration, during the Gun Runner debacle and during a time when the FBI and Homeland Sec have published that white Christians with guns are the real domestic terrorists?) (what a coincidence)

No one in Montana is murdering people like NYC and Chicago. Hell, Beirut is safer than Chicago, but since it’s BHO’s home town, exploring that little issue is not on NatGeo’s radar. Nor is the very real very grave very present threat to our National Security posed by hundreds of inner city gangs, meth gangs, Mexican Cartel gangs, jihadist gangs masquerading as something else.

So many opportunities for really good TV, but NatGeo went to Montana “to find us some crazy white gun nuts”.

And a drunk Ron Paul supporter is what bothers you.

To quote Darth Vader, “I find your lack of Context disturbing.”

Jack on September 8, 2011 at 12:08 pm

Ron Paul is an idiot. Last night he said that our southern border does not need to be guarded with barbed wire and machine guns. That is EXACTLY what we need, along with land mines and other more forceful deterents. Our southern border is a war zone and should be treated as such.

Jarhead on September 8, 2011 at 12:42 pm

DS, I enjoyed the video, and it does demonstrate the incredible ignorance of Ron Paul supporters. However, unlike the poster of this video, I do indeed have many problems with Ron Paul. And I also consider him to be very dangerous, given his influence.

In addition to Paul’s many crackpot views on the USA, he is at heart a rabid anti-Semite and he has gone out of his way to attack Israel. He is closely linked with a former CIA agent named Michael Scheuer, who is also a rabid anti-Semite. They both uses lingo and buzzwords to disguise their blind hatred for Jews and Israel AND their fervent support for Arab nations, but the message should be clear to those with reasonable intelligence.

For example, Paul and Scheuer will frequently present themselves as “America first” citizens and not fighting “Israel’s wars.” This is precisely the same lingo that Charles Lindburgh and Father Coughlin used, and if those two had had their way, the USA would have joined with the Nazis, rather than going to war against them. That current-day Nazi David Duke strongly supports Ron Paul, and the Nazi website Stormfront provides a link to give money to Ron Paul, should tell all thinking people all they need to know about Ron Paul.

The mainstream media, unfortunately, has not provided much coverage of Ron Paul’s anti-Semitism. I think the last time he was called on it, was when actor/economist Ben Stein told Paul exactly what he was to his face. But Paul merely smiled in response and waved his hand as thought to dismiss Stein’s statement of truth, which was a dead giveaway that Stein was 100% correct. And Ron Paul’s son, Rand Paul, is just a carbon copy of his father, and equally dangerous given his influence. That these two individuals have many political supporters, apart from the Muslims, Nazis and neo-Nazis, demonstrates how uninformed most of their supporters are. They are as mentally impaired as the drunk driver Paul supporter was in this video.

Ralph Adamo on September 8, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    These comments are not by me, the Ralph Adamo who lives in New Orleans.

    ralphadamoneworleans on January 26, 2012 at 1:00 pm

Great post by Ralph, people tend to laugh off the Paul’s and not take them for what they are: Evil and treasonous.

Like the demented Michal Scheuer, Ron Paul hates Jews more than he loves his country. His disgraceful obfuscation and denial of the global Islamic jihad against all non Muslims is simply disgraceful, and his supporters reflect Paul’s amoral existence.

Harry on September 8, 2011 at 11:59 pm

Ron Paul says members of military have given him far more money than other GOP candidates and Barack Obama…IT’S TRUE!

http://www.politifact.com/texas/statements/2011/jul/23/ron-paul/ron-paul-says-members-military-have-given-him-far-/

Bob Porrazzo on September 9, 2011 at 6:42 am

    BP, although you may be correct as to the percentage of money from people in the military going to Ron Paul, the dollar amount is peanuts and is no measure of overall military support for Paul’s policies. So it’s very misleading to draw any conclusions from those very small potatoes given by a relatively small number of military staff.

    And one factor helping Paul is that he has actually served in the military and he was the only candidate with such a background until Perry became a candidate. Another factor helping him with a few people in the military is his support for homosexuals in the military. Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center of Military Readiness, says however that Paul supported Obama and homosexual activists with his vote during last year’s lame-duck session of the 111th Congress to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell” — the law excluding homosexuals from serving openly in the U.S. military. And finally, Paul talks a good game of saying the military stop fighting in the wars they’ve been engaged in.

    So maybe the correct conclusion to draw from all the evidence is that a couple dozen people in the military favoring homosexuality and not having to actually go to war against America’s enemies is the way they think the USA to go. And Paul is their guy to do those things. I don’t happen to believe that moving in those directions is good for America or Americans, and any military staff holding those positions should be ashamed of themselves.

    Ralph Adamo on September 9, 2011 at 7:33 pm

Any member of the military who supports Ron Paul is also supporting the Islamic imperialist enemy. You can not stand for liberty and also Islam, the worlds greatest oppressor.

And the RuPaul fanatics who gave him money represent a very very small percentage of the military, the vast majority don’t give a dollar to any candidate.

Harry on September 9, 2011 at 7:19 pm

I like Ron Paul. He’s the only one putting America first. When you’re running low on cash, you hole yourself up, close the curtains, cut out all unnecessary expenses, and save whatever you can. It’s not rocket science. It’s just common sense.

He’s right about Israel, too. Fact is, the US simply cannot afford Israel any more. Cut the cord, let it fly solo and choose its own destiny. Israel has plenty of money and one of the best armies in the world. It’ll manage.

JJ on September 19, 2011 at 8:02 am

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