Wednesday, January 11, 2012

There is a Cancer in the GOP

I look at the primary results with dismay at the number of votes given to an anti American lunatic who makes a mockery of the GOP and to the core values that members of the party of Reagan, Lincoln and Ike held since our inception.

I am a child of the eighties and signed on to the party of Reagan. We fought the Cold War tooth and nail and won it while Ron Paul advocated appeasment of Communists. It did not matter that every single issue was doctrinaire. The GOP was the party of national defense and patriotism. We reject racial arsonists and unamerican foreign policy of blame America for every problem in the world.

The Ron Paul view that America brought 9-11 on itself by placing foreign troops on Saudi soil and by its pro Israel policy echoes the sentiments of Al Queda and the craziest voices on the far left like Noam Chomsky. A true American does not let anyone other than our citizens dictate our policies and we as a people do not yield to threats or intimidation. The Paul/Rothbard foreign policy makes a mockery of the GOP traditions.

Ron Paul claims to own Reagan and his minions including FJ play a sick version of the Howard Stern favorite Who is a Jew game. This sick game starts with the premise that Jews are not real Americans and have the interests of Israel at the top of their agenda. This crazy mania is identical to that of Communists who espouse a similar toxic rhetoric while trying to further the cause of global revolution.

Reagan unlike Paul welcomed those who rejected Communism into the big GOP tent. He rescued a Union from Communist subversion and would not have allowed Code Pinkoss and OWS clowns anywhere near our ranks. Reagan also held the door open for all those who shared our values to join the big GOP tent. He wanted no part of racial power nuts or professional Jew haters who flock to the Paul campaign in huge numbers.

Rest assured Ron Paul will not win the nomination, but the question remains what role if any will Romney offer this band of political freaks and refugees from mental health facilities into his administration. Hopefully
Romney or whomever else the nominee is grasps how toxic Paul is to the party.

Mark Levin has the correct idea to prevent the freak Paul from running on a third party ticket. Should Ron Paul run as an independent he will actively help opponents defeat Rand Paul when he comes up for election.

The time has come for all who care about the party of Reagan to take our party back from those who have made a mockery of our values and history. When our party stands for nothing and allows those who are diametrically opposed to our values to be our standard bearer then our party no longer deserves our support.We allready have one joke of a national party our nation can not afford a second joke.

10 comments:

beakerkin said...

No further comments of yours will be published here FJ. You are free to post your garbage elsewhere, but you are finnished here.

beamish said...

Mark Levin has the correct idea to prevent the freak Paul from running on a third party ticket. Should Ron Paul run as an independent he will actively help opponents defeat Rand Paul when he comes up for election.

We should do that anyway, regardless of what Ron Paul does.

I'd love for Ron Paul to run 3rd Party. It puts him out of the Republican Party now, rather than later.

beakerkin said...

The talk of a Paul third party run is only if Gingrich or Santorum should win. Romney has been ignoring Paul to his discredit.

These Paultards are part of the Obama constituency. Blame America first and belief in paranoid Jewish conspiracies tends to place one on the left.

Always On Watch said...

The Ron Paul view that America brought 9-11 on itself

Are there really that many Americans who support that view? I have no idea.

I absolutely agree that Ron Paul will not get the GOP nomination.

However, in these primary battles, damage is being done to the GOP overall. I know a lot of Independents who would vote for Romney out of sheer desperation, but they may not vote GOP in November 2012 because of all this tussle with Ron Paul.

Always On Watch said...

Beamish,
I'd love for Ron Paul to run 3rd Party. It puts him out of the Republican Party now, rather than later.

I understand why you're saying that. However, I'm not sure that the result will be anything other than Obama's victory in 2012.

My reasoning: Diehard Dems will vote for Obama no matter what, and I think that percentage approaches 40%. Republicans will split between Ron Paul and whoever the GOP nominates. And the Independents will vote 3rd party because they are so fed up with politicians and dog and pony show.

I hope that my assessment is incorrect.

Voters are damned unpredictable.

Ducky's here said...

We fought the Cold War tooth and nail

----------

"We"? You were busy getting pushed out of the family sweat shop business. What's this "we".

But cheer up, Saint Ronnie Raygun set us on course to beach the ship of state and it's almost done.

Patrick Kelley said...

I hate to break it to you Beak but the Republican Party has been a fucking joke for some time now. They talk shit about small government, about doing away with a lot of unnecessary regulations, but what the fuck have they ever done about it when they have had the chance. Granted, they've been blocked by Democrats a lot of times they've tried. Bush's attempts to reform Freddie and Fannie come to mind. But they've had plenty of opportunities to turn things around and either didn't try or tried half-heartedly at best. Now we're getting ready to nominate a man who, if he could be elected President, would have absolutely zero reason to significantly reform the current oppressive regulatory system under which his company thrived.

If Ron Paul does run on a third party, I might vote for him as a protest. I guess if I'm going to fit in with the Paultards I'm going to have to practice my booger eating. I hear if you close your eyes and douse them with hot sauce, they're not too bad, and go down kind of like oysters.

beamish said...

Yep. As does "cut the military to prop up entitlement programs." Ron Paul is a Euro-leftist.

beamish said...

AOW,

I have little doubt that the GOP primaries will choose Obama's replacement. No matter who wins the GOP nomination, that nominee will beat Obama in a landslide.

Unless that nominee is Ron Paul.

Always On Watch said...

Beamish,
I have little doubt that the GOP primaries will choose Obama's replacement.

That's what SHOULD happen. I'm still amazed that Obama won a resounding victory in 2008.

As you know, I live in an area that is notoriously liberal -- Obama bumper stickers all over the place (though not as many as I thought I'd be seeing at this point). But with this morning's announcement that Obama is going to "trim the federal government and slay the dragon of bureaucracy," he may lost some votes even here.