February 28, 2012, - 5:36 pm

Hezbollah Endorses Ron Paul

By Debbie Schlussel

I’ve already told you about Ron Paul’s vote to continue U.S. aid  and funding to HAMAS.  And he also has the group’s Shi’ite counterpart, Hezbollah, on his side, too, just as he did when he ran for President in 2008.

As you know, today is Michigan’s Presidential Primary.  And, yesterday, Ron Paul made a special campaign appearance in Dearbornistan for a reason.  That’s where his Hezbollah-supporter Muslims have their highest concentration in America.  The Paul campaign passed out Arabic campaign literature. Apparently, the irony was lost on Ron Paul that the literature says in English, “Restore America Now,” and everything else on it is in Arabic. And the Hezbollah USA newspaper, the openly anti-Semitic Arab American News–owned by Hezbollah agent Osama Siblani, a close relative of top Al-Manar (Hezbollah TV) execs–endorsed Ron Paul. Shocker.  So did the Arab American PAC, a pro-Hezbollah, pro-HAMAS group which endorsed George W. Bush for President and which features an Islamic terrorist and a man convicted of odometer fraud  and several other crimes as its most prominent members. And Muslim “Republicans” have also given Paul their halal seal of jihadist approval.

Also endorsing Ron Paul is Tarek Baydoun, a calorically gifted lawyer who worked as a fundraiser for Hezbollah “charity,” Al-Mabarat Charitable Organization. 

Al-Mabarat was raided by FBI agents when he worked there in 2007, but sadly the raid was a meaningless show raid by the Bush Administration and then U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy (now a Bush-appointed, very liberal federal judge) to pretend they were doing something to stop Hezbollah terrorism financing in Michigan and get media coverage of it.  They never actually froze the assets of the organization or took any steps to shut it down.  Today, it continues to send millions of U.S. dollars back to Hezbollah-run South Lebanon.  Baydoun–who is from a well-known Hezbollah family from South Lebanon–and his fellow Jew-hating Shi’ite Muslims in Dearbornistan repeatedly send dumb, stalking e-mails my way.  And, Baydoun, who has a not very heterosexual apparent mancrush on Ron Paul, has made sure to communicate his halal Ron Paul Hezbollah circle jerk fantasies.  Here’s one tweet he directed at me on the night of January 3rd:



Ron Paul Proudly Seeks Support of the Judenrein Crowd

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70 Responses

poor Arabic grammar 🙂 it looks an amateur wrote it.

johnny on February 28, 2012 at 5:45 pm

What troubles me is the suggestion that Romney and Paul have some sort of “deal.” We know that Paul never attacks Romney in debates. If Romney is the President, what does Paul get. Scary thought.

ada on February 28, 2012 at 5:46 pm

I’m voting for the Rickster.

Occam's Tool on February 28, 2012 at 6:02 pm

I hope people really don’t use the option at the top left of your page to pay for this kind of crap. I am Active Duty for Ron Paul.

John on February 28, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    John, I guess all your spare change goes to Stormfront then. Also, no one is forcing you to come to this site. Frankly, I doubt that you would have had the intelligence to find it unless you were directed to it by someone else.

    Worry on February 28, 2012 at 7:17 pm

    When John says “active duty,” methinks he has this in mind:


    skzion on February 28, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    @John “I hope people really don’t use the option at the top left of your page to pay for this kind of crap. I am Active Duty for Ron Paul.”

    You know the saying “you can’t fix stupid”? It fits you to a T.

    zipory on February 29, 2012 at 10:05 am

    I lived in his District for 4 years. Paul is a LOSER.

    Active duty policing the barracks for cigarette butts isn’t particularly dangerous.

    Occam's Tool on February 29, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    The active duty members of Hamas and Hiizbollah thank you.

    Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 9:38 pm

Ain’t that something? Rep. Ron Paul, an avowed foreign policy “non-interventionist,” is eager to make an exception if the prospect of Israel’s demise beckons. No decent libertarian should even think of supporting this crank.

Seek on February 28, 2012 at 6:36 pm

I guess it’s fitting that a key supporter of Ron Paul was convicted of odometer fraud. After all, there have been a number of stories in the last couple of weeks of travel fraud committed by Ron Paul. Birds of a feather…

Little Al on February 28, 2012 at 6:40 pm

This woman is a nazi in the form of Islamophobia.

Brandon on February 28, 2012 at 6:41 pm

    You imbecile by you equating DS to the nazis is complete DEFAMTION and LIBEL, Ms. Schlussel’s ancestors where vitcims and survivors of the holocaust dumbass. This is typical of you Ron Paulistinans, you’re NO different or probably worst than Obama supporters, I expect this mindset to come from the far left NOT from those like you Brandon who call themselves conservatives, and you can shove you’re so-called conservative or right wing where the sun doesn’t shine.

    And BTW, there is NO such thing as “Islamophobia”, and thanks for proving our points and DS’s point that more than half of you Ron Paulistinians are apologist islamo-dhimmi’s!

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

    Sean R. on February 28, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    Brandon: I bet your Irish Catholic ass also loved Father Coughlin, hey some of my best friends are, but you- NOT!

    Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 12:16 pm

This article is total bs. Ron Paul opposes ALL foreign aid, so why would he support aid to Hamas or Hezbollah? This is coming from the same person that said the following:

In 2007, Schlussel opined that WNBA player Anna DeForge is a bad role model because she is a lesbian.

When the Virginia Tech Massacre occurred on April 16, 2007, the police told the press that the shooter was an “Asian male” Schlussel was quick to tie it to Muslims, saying in a racist tirade that “Pakis are considered ‘Asian,’” and that it could be “part of a co-ordinated terrorist plot by Pakistanis.”

and most importantly

After the killing of Osama bin Laden, Schlussel wrote on her blog “1 down, 1.8 billion more to go”.

No one with at least an IQ of 20 would listen to this crackpot.

Nick on February 28, 2012 at 6:41 pm

    Nicky, you race around so many different things that are not even related to this subject. Ron Paul, lesbian basketball players, and Virginia Tech are all in one little post. How long did you hold that mental load together before your dump of incoherence? You need to sit down and gather your thoughts, such as they are, and concentrate on on thing at a time. As for Virginia Tech, you got a Korean exception there. How often do your fellow Muslims do that on a daily basis compared to Koreans? Shall we do a little Google search on that?

    Worry on February 28, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    Ok Nicky, if this article “BS” in you’re warped mind, please start you’re own blog or website and TRY to counter and refute what the messenger wrote. BTW, Debbie speaks fluent arabic you doofus, so she KNOWS what that poster says and she KNOWS what she’s talking about.

    And could you PLEASE stick to the main topic instead of changing it into something that’s old news. Those stories you mentioned where all taking out of context by DS’s political opponents in order to use all sorts of propaganda against the poor ladies personality. And when she made the sentiment regarding OBL, she NEVER called for the eradication of muslims, did you read what she said in the parenthesis? Of course you didn’t, you took an opportunity like the rest of you’re fellow travelling hacks and conspire against to play pathetic politics, etc.!

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

    Sean R. on February 28, 2012 at 8:19 pm

    Truth hurts you ,little nick? so it is 1.8 billion ? whew our beloved Debbie has it right,it sjust fair play,the savages threaten us constantly… now go suck on a pebble and leave our queen alone.

    Juan on February 28, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    Truth hurts you ,little nick? so it is 1.8 billion ? whew our beloved Debbie has it right,it s just fair play,the savages threaten us constantly… now go suck on a pebble and leave our queen alone.

    Juan on February 28, 2012 at 11:43 pm

    Apparently you are the exception.

    Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    Then why did Paul vote to continue funding Hamas/Hezbo/fatah, Nick? What is at the REAL root of Paul’s hatred for Israel–even as he says he’s for her? I still don’t understand him.

    Aurora on March 2, 2012 at 11:24 am

    You’re on top of the game. Thanks for sharing.

    kfz versicherung hdi test on November 23, 2016 at 7:44 am

MI’s Muslims will NEVER vote for a pro-Israel candidate.

And we always hear how “moderate” and mainstream they are. That’s why they’re all gonna vote for Ron Paul.

Only in America.

NormanF on February 28, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    No Shiite! As I said Paul’s appearance was a lit match at Dearborn’s Hamasshole. Its going to take a lot of dollar store incednse to cover up that stink.

    Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 9:27 pm

WOW really? So what you’re saying is that its ok for a volunteer to translate in Spanish (for those in TX, CA etc.), French (for those in LA and the North) Chinese (for those in china towns all over the country, but not ok to translate it Arabic? Which by the way on the other side of the pamphlet was an english translation. The statements in “Arabic” were four of the same statements that were in English on the back side which read… balancing the budget, cutting spending by $1 trillion in one year, and, of course, auditing the Federal Reserve with an addition Ending the wars over seas. They were all his top priorities that he wants to focus on and change only written in another language. So don’t try and imply that because it was written in Arabic that it was some SCARY PLOT or something. Stop your obvious bias reporting and state to the known facts which you neglected or just “forgot” to put in. If you’re afraid of Islamic people that are either rightful citizens in this country or something else then you better stay away from hospitals because look at how many of these citizens of ours are saving peoples lives everyday in surgery or delivering babies like the Islamic pediatrician we had. Stop spreading fear when there isn’t any to spread. And do a better job on reporting the facts Debbie!

rivermind on February 28, 2012 at 6:50 pm

    Um, “mind-thrown-in-the-river”, DS does not have to foment anything. She can translate FOR US as she speaks and reads Arabic.

    She can tell us what the campaign literature says ALL BY HERSELF

    And there are plenty of archived posts proving she knows what she is talking about. And we learn from them. No such thing as Islamophobia. A fake affliction to a very serious Islam problem.

    (This thread is going to 100 because the freaks are gonna come out all batsh** crazy!)

    Skunky on February 28, 2012 at 7:05 pm

      Skunky, see why I made my generalization regarding “wow”? 🙂

      skzion on February 28, 2012 at 8:07 pm

        LMAO Skzion! I missed it the first time (??) but just now I saw it and I was like “Doh!” and then I saw your post. Too funny!

        Skunky on February 28, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    How often is French translated by the way? lol. You are quite hysterical. As for all of that Islamic staff in hospitals, is that supposed to be in any way reassuring? Due to the Islamic phobia over even rubbing alcohol or alcohol based products, those medical workers often avoid remaining sanitary for “religious” reasons, and thus endanger patients. I have also encountered your Muslim medical personnel, which unsurprisingly have as noxious and unpleasant a personality as your’s. Belligerance, hectoring, and rage seem to be the common thread among Muslims, whether you are in Nigeria or Indonesia. In India, you can tell a Hindu from a Muslim without even asking by just listening to their tone of voice and facial expressions. It is really not even worth betting a few rupees on, since the Muslim invariably gives himself away quite rapidly in normal situations. I will leave you with those thoughts Rivermind, or should I call you Storm Drain instead?

    Worry on February 28, 2012 at 7:47 pm

    Ok Einstien, if this article is bias, could you please try to correct us on what’s lacking, missing and where Debbie is wrong? As Skunky and myself said to you and you’re ilk of unhinged Ron Paulistinian dumbasses, Ms. Schlussel speaks arabic VERY fluently and she also reads arabic VERY fluently! And yes you’re man Ron Paul is a crypto pro-jihadist, and pro-Palestine, he’s anti-Israel, has anti-semitic viewpoints towards jewish people, could you explain to me and everybody why he accepted money from that “pro-white power, white-supremacist website Stormfront”?

    And I know you’re not going to comeback here, because I exposed that little fact about you’re man Mr. Paul. And do you KNOW anything about islam and what it stands for? You’re a typical islamo-dhimmi who makes every excuse for islam and muslims, and dhimmitude is NOT just limited towards the left wing, their a good number of dhimmis on the right wing and the Ron Paulistinian nutjobs are proving my point and everybody elses point here!

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

    Sean R. on February 28, 2012 at 8:27 pm

This thread is gonna get the Branch Paulinians all agro.

They are such fools. I have NEVER had a passion for a politician the likes of the ObamaZombies, Palinistas and the Paulistinians. They are all mentally unstable and extremely off-putting.

Not even when I was 15 and following the Reagan/Mondale race. I was on the wrong side of that one but that’s what happens to a young, dumb very uninformed Liberal. (Yuck!)

Skunky on February 28, 2012 at 6:58 pm

    Skunky my woman, I don’t WTF is worst, Ron Paulistinian lunatics or Barack Obama shill-hacks? You’ve noticed a few Paulistinian trolls libeled and defamed DS’s personality, and to my own credit I called out the Paulistinian troll (I’m referring to Brandon who I am looking at and talking about) on why their wrong, why their such dumbasses, why their such doofus, why their such unhinged wingnuts, etc.

    They can’t even accept the fact that their man got an endorsement from a Lebanese-Islamic terrorist group, ie, hezbollah who supports Mr. Paul. And BTW Skunky, I was facebook (I have a facebook account) and over the weekend when I was posting something on my facebook page, I saw this link to the left end the page and it went like this, “Muslims For Ron Paul”! I swear to god Skunky, when I saw that add I said to myself, “Oh my friggin god, but then again I’m not surprised, a good number of muslims support and like Ron Paul”. So I shouldn’t have been surprised when I saw that link on facebook over the weekend.

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

    Sean R. on February 28, 2012 at 8:37 pm

      That’s right Sean. We think we’ve seen everything but of course we never do. You know this thread is gonna hit the big one hundred because the Paulistinians are as rabid as ever!

      (Oh and I posted on the CANCELED “All American Mooooooslim” thread how Bravo is now doing a reality show on rich Persians in LA (“The Shahs of Sunset”). The Bravo site is funny because it’s so cryptic and labels them as Persians but not Iranians and says they are committed to their community and religion and never mention what that religion may be. Prolly big Ron Paul fans since they love to wax poetic about Iran!)

      Skunky on February 28, 2012 at 8:45 pm

The Paulinistas are upset Debbie won’t jump on their pro-Hamas, pro-Hezbollah bandwagon.

There is a reason Muslims are going vote for Paul and its not because they have become gung-ho libertarians.

Hey, a guy who gets funding from Stormfront is right up their alley!

NormanF on February 28, 2012 at 7:28 pm

logic, why would Tarek post a pic of Ron Paul and a hezbollah flag, obviously fake

sense of logic on February 28, 2012 at 7:42 pm

So Rivermine writes about Muslim doctors. Perhaps Nick can review Debbie’s writings about the atrocities committed by Muslim doctors here in the US. –or anywhere else for that matter.

Little Al on February 28, 2012 at 7:53 pm

Love to see that little troll locked up with some other pols for treason.

samurai on February 28, 2012 at 8:05 pm

Thank you for yet another expose’ of Ron Paul and his supporters, Debbie. And my thanks to the regulars who have schooled the Paulbot trolls. I fear that there will still be more to come.

JeffE on February 28, 2012 at 10:29 pm

any vote for paul is a wasted vote. every one by skineads and muslims alike.

bill on February 28, 2012 at 11:10 pm

Hezbollah supports Ron Paul. What a surprise! Eh?

There is NO Santa Claus on February 28, 2012 at 11:13 pm

Hello my fellow Amrericans: I am a Paul supporter. I am willing to discuss this with others to see if we can come to some sort of reasoning for our differences. I supported him in 08 as well. During 2011, I decided to withdraw my support of him for reasons that are stated here only hopefully, when I shared them with those I knew it wasn’t so harsh/unkind. I think a huge lack of understanding exists on both sides of this argument. I’m sure of it, so I’m asking, If I am willing to discuss my reasons and how they changed will anyone on this post be willing to be mutually repectful so we can actually find out how we can learn from each other minus the insults? I am also a member of Act! for America and have read a great deal on jihadism and drew some interesting conclusions. Some are not confirmed, just hypothetical, some I am certain carry their own weight.. So any takers?

American-American on February 28, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    Well American-American … Do tell.

    Swimkin on February 29, 2012 at 1:22 am

    Hello A-A. I have been libertarian, Libertarian, / Objectivist for a very long time and active as well. My journey started in the mid-1970s when I was fed-up with Dems, Repubs, and others just mouthing words and doing nothing to get government off our backs. I wrote to every imaginable political party, requested each one’s PLATFORM / STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES, read each, visited several campaign headquarters, phoned most, etc. Libertarians (and Ayn Rand Objectivists) encompassed what I considered to be the most rational, Constitutionalistic, limited-government political party. I met Ron Paul, in the 1980s, at a fund raiser in Dallas. So, here goes a few points:

    1. I have to agree that Foreign Aid should be stopped to all countries. The Founders warned of entangling alliances and what a web has been woven despite the warnings.

    2. I am “PRO” Israel’s Right to Exist. I have Jewish friends, played on a Jewish Men’s Hockey League, worked with and for Jewish businessmen. I am not Jewish, so I am GOYEM!?!?

    3. While in Elementary & High School, I had Lebanese-Catholic friends – one of my mom’s best friends taught me how to make kibbee – and played football, hockey, baseball with them.

    4. Years ago, I placed business ads in Arab American News when I lived in Dearborn. I, also, wrote negative responses to Osama Siblani’s comments when he was on a Chuck Stokes Editorial Show.

    5. As defined by Islam / Qur’an, I am an INFIDEL.

    6. I will not ever submit to that ideology / religion / THEOCRACY! IT IS BARBARIC as is many of their cultural and social practices.

    7. Ron Paul is a CONSTITUTIONALIST and I would think he would have no objections of private individuals supporting Israel, or any other country for that matter, as long as that does not harm the U.S., does not force taxpayers to pay, and does not lead to violence here.

    8. I recommend that AYN RAND’s numerous books be read as well as Objectivist / Yaron Brooks writings.

    9 Regarding Hamas / Hezbollah / Muslim Brotherhood – – – I believe these groups HAVE NO FREAKING IDEA about Ron Paul’s political ideas. So, what do they support and why? Libertarianism / Objectivism is the ANTITHESIS of Islamic Theocracy.

    10. Finally, everyone should be upset about Sharia Law creeping into the legal system, about the “special treatments” being afforded to Muslims, i.e. re honor killings, FGM, etc., and the fact that their religion says it is ok to murder Jews, lie to all non-Muslims, and that the DAR al HARB must be converted to Islam. (Note: I can see why Persians wish to be called Persians – after all, that is what they were pre-Islam – and what my receptionist identified herself as post-revolution upending the Shaw.)

    Commentors, please do your homework. Debbie, please stay safe and remember my word to you that I stand with Israel as a private individual. Best Regards.

    Dennis on February 29, 2012 at 9:38 am


      You did a great job of talking about YOURSELF; not Ron Paul.

      Ron Paul is a babbling idiot and an isolationist. American isolationism crates a world where imperialist totalitarian movements can flourish. That is why imperialist totalitarians (Like Hezbollah and the Aryan Nations) support Ron Paul.

      Ron Paul loves to evoke the name of Ronald Reagan in arguing his policies. Yet one thing we know about Ronald Reagan, he was not an isolationist.

      Ron Paul promotes SOME public policies that I support. However, I’m a Jew and I will not EVER support a candidate that routinely votes against pro-Israel legislation and stands silent in the face of anti-Semites; some of who openly support his campaign. I will not support candidates who routinely fail to support the National Liberation Movement of the Jewish People on our ancestral lands (aka Zionism).

      It’s just that simple. If you want to support Ron Paul’s effort to become President of the United States, I’ll assume you really don’t care about Israel to take issue with his record and the many, many anti-Semitic supporters he has.

      Nice to know you endorse Zionism. However, if you support Ron Paul, Zionism can’t be that important to you.

      There is NO Santa Claus on March 3, 2012 at 12:43 am

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    http://www./ on February 28, 2017 at 12:10 pm

This “journalist” needs to put down the bud-light… shes really on a field trip.

Rob H on February 29, 2012 at 1:36 am

    Were you asking Debbie to put down a Budweiser Lite Beer? You really do need to spend less time on your Wudu and more on attending those ESL classes you ditched. If you were actually born in the United States, you are indeed an example of arrested development in Islam.

    Worry01 on February 29, 2012 at 8:30 am

I also want to be respectful of others feelings but at the same time I have one question. Name 5 pieces of lesislation that Ron Paul either lobbied for or voted for over the last lets say five years that would suggest anti-Semitism or pro Hamas. Please do not count the times when he has been polypragmosune on foreign issues. It may be possible that I have missed something but I don’t recall seing anything that indicates bias in either direction.

You see when it comes down to it and all the political smoke is cleared, the voting record is the only thing you can count on when it comes to a politician.

Onevoice on February 29, 2012 at 1:44 am

Hamas & Hizbullah both supporting Ron Paul? I can understand why, given his enemity w/ Israel, but I wonder whose side he’ll take in the Syrian civil war, which is sooner or later going to be a Hamas vs Hizbullah war as far as that country goes.

Infidel on February 29, 2012 at 6:30 am

What is really amazing is that Ron Paul gets a respectful hearing in so many quarters, even though his record of publishing racist newsletters years ago and present loathing of our military are well known. A Candidacy such as Ron Paul’s would not have even possible within the Republican Party a decade ago, as was shown by Pat Buchanan’s futile efforts beginning in the 90’s. Pat Buchanan was repudiated and shown the door back then, while someone with very similar views, namely Ron Paul,is given nearly free reign today.

Worry01 on February 29, 2012 at 8:51 am

What I find funny with this opinion piece is not so much how ridiculous it is but that people fall for it.

Cindy on February 29, 2012 at 8:59 am

Cindy, thanks for sharing.

skzion on February 29, 2012 at 9:41 am

Ron Paul isn’t a constitutionalist, he’s an opportunist. This is just another reminder.

Daniel Greenfield on February 29, 2012 at 10:00 am

    Daniel Greenfield? THE Daniel Greenfield? (sultanknish.blogspot.com) ?

    lee, of the lower case "l" on February 29, 2012 at 7:40 pm

Daniel Greenfield is 100% correct. The phony Ron Paul is just another self-serving liar, not a constitutionalist. This lowlife voted to keep funding Hamas, breaking his no foreign aid pledge, because he is completely and totally inclined to evil, not limited government spending.

This degenerate and his band of perverts, racists, and drug dealers should all move to Iran or Saudi Arabia!!!

Tom on February 29, 2012 at 10:16 am

    Good Morning Tom,

    1. Please research the definitions of the following:

    When you make comments that so-and-so is racist, that word has become a catch-all, meaningless word since it seems lazy writers use it for anything that riles them and is the easiest insult to hurl.

    2. “This degenerate and his band of…..and drug dealers…..”

    Please contemplate a situation in which druggies and drug dealers may not be treated as contemptible as you seem to wish they were: http://townhall.com/columnists/johnstossel/2012/02/29/creators_oped

    Personally, I view drug use as a waste of time, intellect, health, and money. One also runs the risk of becoming a slave of another.

    Please reference your sources of alleged “degenerate activities” – my quotes, not your quotes – by Ron Paul.

    Dennis on February 29, 2012 at 11:39 am

I have known all about Paul for about 30 years. He was used at the prime example of the failings of the libertarian philosphy. Every day I go and refute him in mulitple postings with facts about him. I was hopeing that Amash would not follow in his footsteps but, truly honour the Constitution in the way the founding Fathers meant it to be. I live in his district in Grand Rapids and I also belong to the Tea Party. It is time to get him out of that position and get some one in that truly wishes for this country to be great and helping Israel and honouring alliances with our friends is part of that.

Jonathan Gartner on February 29, 2012 at 10:53 am

    Question: Would Father Coughlin have supported todays Tea Party? I will go even further to suggest that Stormfront does.
    Be careful of what you wish for (old Chinese proverb).

    Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 9:36 pm

It is not the fact that I am so called islamophobic, it is the fact that I am downright islamonausous!! Vote for that idiot Ron Paul at your own peril.

D: As we all know, a phobia is an unreasonable fear or hatred of something. We have 3,000-plus reasons and a whole lot more. DS

Drakken on February 29, 2012 at 12:25 pm

To Skunky and Sean R. You guys are right about the Paulinistas being foaming at the mouth lunatics. Especially when others commnent on the bad stuff about their hero. They remind me of the Obama butt sniffers and the Saramaniacs in their blind devotion. That Hamas and Hezbullah support this man doesn’t suprise me. The insidious part of it all is that he cloaks it with his Israel should be left alone to defend itself libertarian spill. RP couldn’t give a hoot about Israel. I also have to wonder why he’s sticking around in the Republican race for the nomination. Mr Paul you sir are a joke who’s well past your “sell by” date. When you do go please do us all a favor and take your crazy followers with you.

ken b on February 29, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    That’s right Ken B.! And we are halfway to our 100 post thread I predicted because the Branch Paulinians come out like retarded cockroaches when HIS name is taken in vain!!!

    Skunky on February 29, 2012 at 3:28 pm

Well, why shouldn’t Hezbollah support him? He is already supported by the Nazi Party.

The simple fact is that his newsletter was racist and anti-Semitic. We don’t need a mini-Hitler in office.

To say that I am very conservative is like saying the pope is very Catholic. However, anyone with a knowledge of history and science will know that the FDA does serve a useful purpose as to many clean water and air laws. I remember when the Potomac was worse than a sewer, or when the air was hazardous to breathe in parts of this country. I also remember Thalidimide.

I agree that most government departments are useless, particularly since Jimmy Carter eliminated the Civil Service. But you cut out that which is useless, and keep that which is needed in a modern society.

Jonathan E. Grant on February 29, 2012 at 12:35 pm

Hi Debbie, you caught the Paul ball and took it for a touchdown. Lucky you were not playing terrorball at Star International Acadamy in Dedarborn or you would have been “Jihaded” like that poor Lutheran H.S. quarterback.
What did I tell you? Ron Paul is the lit match at the end of Dearborn’s “Hamasshole”. I am glad I missed that so far non-nuclear stinkbomb.
Sorry Debbie I would just as soon go for another four years with Hussein rather than risk anyone associated with a racial,religious,anti-semitic and historically polarized Detroit and Michigan.
Is it no wonder Hamas and Hizbollah chose Dearborn as their home away from home with this city’s deplorable history of racial bigotry and anti-semitism?

Ron Wolf aka "Columbo" on February 29, 2012 at 12:41 pm

I would like the Paul supporters to tell us what major accomplishments Ron Paul has achieved. What important, significant legislation has he spearheaded that greatly benefited the U.S.? What causes has he been a major player in that impacted America in a positive way? He has talked, and talked, and talked for many years about various things, yet it doesn’t seem to me that he has gotten much done in his tenure in office.

Jarhead on February 29, 2012 at 6:05 pm

This is NOT a surprise. His money comes from George Soros and the two left wing nuts at Google.

burt on February 29, 2012 at 7:25 pm


So, for those who have taken your shots at Ron Paul, PLEASE, take a couple of minutes to read the position statement of David Boaz.


Now, after reading, place the ideas you have about Ron Paul into a rational thought process and do not lump all Libertarians together outside of libertarianism’s main ideas.

Thank You.

Dennis on March 1, 2012 at 1:25 pm

I doubt that Ron Paul supports terrorists but the Freemason elite will do anything to stop him from election because they know he’s not for WWIII. It’s too bad so many people are being deceived by those Our Lord warned about in Apocalypse 2:9 & 3:9
Ron Paul for President, No to WWIII for Israel!

Dolorosa on March 1, 2012 at 8:47 pm

You people are no better than these “paulbots”. Learn how to have a discussion about facts and legitimacy rather than bash the fuck out of people.

Zac on March 6, 2012 at 1:48 pm

I’m from England Thank god… I’m tired of having to mute the bass of most pornos and turning on Slayer on my stereo so my ears don’t bleed. Why not just combine the porno and the metal and make my life easier

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