Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Republicans Embrace Fascism & Ron Paul's Racism

So, my Republican friends, are you happy with the choices you have during this primary season? Does Newt Gingrich sound wise to you? How about Rick Santorum? And there is always Ron Paul, the racist "Libertarian" who claims to be for freedom from interference from the government while supporting re-criminalizing abortion. He won't go anywhere, but one hopes that he'll run as an independent candidate and screw up any chance Mitt Romney will have at beating Obama.
The Two Term Fist Bump
Obama will be elected to a second term, and there is nothing Republicans can do to stop it. Bachmann and Cain are both gone, and Perry is soon to go, too. Santorum will be next, then Gingrich will self-destruct by making obscenely stupid statements with an air of an elitist prick. Newtie likes to package himself as a great intellectual and scholar, but he is not a bright man, and he doesn't understand much in the way of history or economics. If Newt manages to get the nomination somehow, we'll all get to enjoy the spectacle of Gingrich getting bitch-slapped around the town hall by Obama. Joy!

But it looks like Mitt Romney, and don't you Republicans just look so overwhelmed with love and affection for this guy. Everyone else running in the primaries was so stupid and insane that they are all impossible to elect. 

And deep down, Republicans know that Mitt can't beat Barack, and that the Tea Party is responsible for fucking up the GOP's chances at getting a reasonable man or woman nominated. Say goodbye to the Tea Party, their influence is waning more every day. It makes me feel good. 
Seen here bitch slapping himself

Now for some Ron Paul news. In my opinion, 99% of Paul supporters do not know what he stands for, besides being anti-war and pro-marijuana. His economic ideas are idiotic, and his attitude towards the disabled, elderly and poor is drawn from the well of Fascism. Thankfully, most people reject his nonsense, but it's sad that so many fall for it, don't to the research, don't pay attention.

A brand new batch of Ron Paul newsletters raises questions for the libertarian Republican — as well as a host of embarrassing fresh passages to go along with such classics as “the coming race war” and “the federal-homosexual cover up on AIDS” from earlier reports.
Ron Paul claims “probably ten sentences out of 10,000 pages” were objectionable in his long-published newsletter series, even as he denies having ever written the content in question (or even having seen most of it). But, as these pages from The New Republic confirms, racism, homophobia, and fringe conspiracy theories seem more like the newsletters’ raison d’etre than a rare aberration. In fact, even short promotional letters for the publication name-checked many of the most toxic passages.
Once again, contempt for African Americans and warnings of a “race war” are central themes in the most recently released materials. One issue warned “every honest American should be armed” to prepare for the coming violence.
“Today, gangs of young blacks bust into a bank lobby firing rounds at the ceiling,” one issue read, continuing: “We don’t think a child of 13 should be held as responsible as a man of 23. That’s true for most people, but black males age 13 who have been raised on the streets and who have joined criminal gangs are as big, strong, tough, scary and culpable as any adult, and should be treated as such.”
Another issue from 1993 defended Marge Schott, who used to own the Cincinnati Reds, after she notoriously referred to her players as “million-dollar niggers.”
“Remember the thought crimes from the novels of Orwell and Huxley?” the article reads. “It’s not fiction in America if the case of Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott is any evidence.”
In one 1988 issue, the newsletters suggest Israeli involvement in a terrorist attack in Berlin, foreshadowing a similar suggestion in a previously released issue that Israel may have been behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
Gays and especially AIDS victims were frequent targets, with a boatload of junk science cited to back up its hateful claims. Newsletters claimed the federal government was lying about how AIDS was transmitted and suggested it could be passed on through sneezes, breathing, or even contact with mail or delivery packages. An advertised book purported to tell the “the true and horrifying story of the witch-lesbo-feminists who are running America.”
Isn't he just so wise and principled?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very insightful Darren! I appreciate the info!
Matt O