A Paulbot hymn they’d sing. Adapted from a real hymn.
I serve a racist savior,
he’s in the world today..
I know that he is racist because of what his newsletters say.
I see his desire for lynchings.
I hear the heils of cheer.
At just the time i miss him
a youtube spam is near….
He’d lynch..he’d lynch..
ron paul he’d lynch today..
he spams oh he spams me…
along the nets broad highway..
he’d lynch he’d lynch..
racism to impart…
You ask me how I know he’d lynch…
his newsletters said the part…
Kudos to TheRightSphere.com for finding the link between Azimuth Polling and a Ron Paul supporter. I posted on this earlier, but TheRightSphere found the connection. Check it out.
His followers call everyone ‘sheeple’ for supposedly following the crowd and not thinking for one’s self. Below is a video of them clearly not being sheeple as they march, protest, chant and campaign ‘together’.
It just doesn’t get any better does it……..
Gotta say, that mouse pad has great rhythm for a white vagina doctor. Song talks about igniting the love revolution. How is allowing the states to discriminate loving?
This guy has a literal talking points memo. I hope it doesn’t fall or get blown away by the fan. Looks like it’s snuggling with mr. blankie for now.
In 2008, we heard claims from the Paulbots that Ron Paul received more contributions from the military than any other candidate. Well once again they’re making the claims for 2012. You can read about it here.
Is this fact or fiction? Truth or myth? I’m leaning more toward fiction and myth. Here is why.
First, none of the hype about Ron Paul ever translates in to reality and actual wins. Much hype is made of his straw poll wins, online poll wins, text in poll wins.Did any of this translate in to any election wins? NO! It was all smoke and mirrors hype.
It would follow that all of this is hype too. All part of the Paulbot scheming attempts to create the aura that Ron Paul is contending and winning.
Notice that in the donors statistic, Paul is leading by a HUGE amount. Far above anyone else. Where else do we see this reflected? Oh yeah, in all those online and text polls that are so easily manipulated. In most credible polls/statistics, there is a certain amount of closeness, at least near the top. Yet in all the manipulatable stuff Paul wins, he always crushes those below him.
Here’s a truth you can count on. Paulbots will scheme and manipulate anything that is manipulatable, in order to create the image that Ron Paul is leading or winning.
Here’s how they are most likely manipulating the military donor information. On the campaign contribution forms, donors have to fill out where they’re employed. My hypothesis is that they are lying on this part of the form as a way to manipulate the data. Or maybe they’re scraping the bottom of the barrel and rounding up all the military members they can find, who support Ron Paul, and then getting them to contribute.
One thing is certain. This statistic is not true and does NOT reflect reality.
If this statistic was true, then Mccain would have lost by a ton to Ron Paul in 2008. But as we know, Mccain creamed his clock.
Again, Paulbots WILL manipulate anything that is manipulatable, in order to create the false image and aura that Ron Paul is leading, contending and winning.In the end it’s always found out for the smoke and mirrors show it is.In the end reality triumphs over delusion.
Breaking news tip from the Ron Paul campaign. They’re going to sweep in to office on the backs of bartenders and waitresses. Yes there is an actual website for this.
From their website…
Here’s the idea! Ron Paul recently authored a bill to eliminate Federal income taxes on ALL tip income. He’s already gaining popularity among bartenders in N.Y. because of it! Read about it here.
The plan is for people to start leaving info about this AND Ron Paul’s message whenever they leave a tip! Think of how easily and efficiently thousands of tip-based earners can be reached. There are over 3 million servers and bartenders in America!
Someone put together this PDF with printable messages!
All YOU need to do to help is:
1. Print the sheets and cut out the messages.
2. Start leaving them whenever you leave a tip. (Please leave a generous tip so they have a positive impression of our message)
It’s that simple!
Please share this with other Ron Paul supporters and encourage them to do the same! If you have a suggestion for the printable messages or would like to submit your own ideas, feel free to contact us here.
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
If tips was the only issue bartenders ran on, then Paul might have a chance. Unfortunately, for every ONE thing a voter may like about Ron Paul, there are usually 20 things they will dislike about him. This is the problem Ron Paul faces.
His supporters will cherry pick a stance and wave it in front of the eyes of voters that agree with said stance, but they hide his other stances somewhere behind the bushes.
Tactics like these continue to show the weakness of Ron Paul. Most voters are NOT single issue voters. Or if they are, their single issue isn’t the tips they get as a bartender.
This is a prime example of Ron Paul stooping down to pander to his 911 truther, Alex Jones, new world order, the end is near base.
The Paulistas are salivating over some recent wins and high finishes in recent straw polls. They’re taking these results as sure signs the revolution has been spammed and online harassed in to existence. The media is even feeding their hysteria, by thinking these wins actually mean something.
He lost to Romney by one vote in the Southern Republican Leadership Conference’s straw poll. It should be noted that Romney didn’t even show up.
Then of course we all remember his epic win at the 2010 CPAC straw poll here.
So are these wins any indicator of where the Conservative electorate is going to vote, or did the Paulistas find a way to bus in more supporters to just give us the illusion the masses will flock to him in 2012?
I propose that based on past straw poll results, this is once again the Paulistas flooding a poll to create an illusion that Paul has a massive ground swell of support, he indeed doesn’t have.
In this Foxnews text in poll for the South Carolina debate in 07, Paul finished second to Romney. A sure sign of his popularity to come? Let’s just say he didn’t even win one primary, even after a blimp and all those millions raised.
Ron Paul won this January 11th, 2008, Foxnews text in poll for a debate. He won it big time. Did this end up reflecting in reality? Nope!
Just for giggles, this article rips on Fox for saying his followers skewed the Fox text poll, acting as if the poll represented reality.
Ron Paul won this Nevada straw poll in October of 2007. Did that indicate anything other than the fact his followers could swarm a poll?
Ron Paul won this November 2007 straw poll in New York. Reflective of voter reality or reflective of his followers ability to swarm a poll to create the false illusion there is a ground swell of support? I report, you decide.
Ron Paul won this 2007 straw poll in Virginia. Are we seeing a pattern here?
October 13th, 2007, Ron Paul wins Conservative Leadership Conference straw poll. Do I need to keep asking the same redundant question?
One more, in August 2007, they swarmed this poll in Alabama for the win.
Listen folks, in the 08 campaign the Paul campaign was built on creating the illusion of a groundswell, that obviously didn’t translate in to reality. They swarmed text polls, online polls and real life straw polls, sent in million dollar money bombs and even got a blimp. When it was all said and done, it was seen for the smoke and mirrors show, most of us sane people knew it was.
His recent straw poll wins are just a rehashing of what happened in 2008. Case closed.
Since the Paulistas and Paultards have such a short term memory and are now declaring Paul the defacto president for 2012, I thought I’d bring back some funny delusional memories from 2008.
Ok, now comes the fun part. Let’s read a comment on this article.
Read this quote from a Paultard’s blog entry. When you’re done laughing, come back and read the rest.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which has been going on for many years, is a bellwether of where the action is on the right side of the political spectrum –
Ok, you back? Got yourself under control? So bringing in thousands of supporters to rig a poll, now gives us clear indicators of where the Conservative right is at? Really?
Get ready for more laughs. Ok, this writer celebrates the importance of winning this poll, as he points to the fact that Romney has won it three times in a row.
The winner of the previous three CPAC polls, Mitt Romney, was accorded such status early on in part because of his CPAC victories, but this time he was left in the dust by congressman Ron Paul.
Hey Paultardo. Do a lil reasoning here. Romney won three in a row. How many elections did he win? Zero. Now if winning this poll three times in a row results in no real life elections, shouldn’t one maybe not give so much important to Paul winning it? Considering all his support was imported in. Considering if it wasn’t for your guys swarming the poll Romney would of won again!
Their intelligence has flown the hen house two years early. Paultard claims he’s won first primary!!
In the straw poll, Paul easily whipped second-place finisher Mitt Romney — the former PE chief and liberal Massachusetts governor, who’s trying to ride Scott Brown’s coattails to a second chance at his party’s Presidential nomination.
It’s pretty easy to whip someone when you skew the results by busing in tons of people to swarm a poll.
A Ron Paul follower offered this unique strategy to a for sure FTW!!! It clearly worked. I’ll recap and paraphrase it so you don’t have to read all of it.
Paul must do the unexpected.
Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”, Chapter 11: “To take advantage of the enemy’s lack of preparation, take unexpected routes to attack where the enemy is not prepared.”
The media has forced people to believe Ron Paul isn’t a good candidate. It’s clear no one can think for themselves.
THE VISION OF VICTORY:
For Ron Paul to win enough votes to give him a majority or large percentage of delegates.
1. Ron Paul has sucked so far. No one will vote for him.
1. Do something unexpected like launch a blimp. Pray for Dennis Kucinich to get bed sores with Ron Paul’s face on them. Something!!!
WHY THIS COULD HAPPEN:
1. People like blimps. People dislike Kucinich. Yay!
THIS. JUST. MIGHT. WORK.
I’ll need something to laugh at tomorrow when Paul finishes fourth or worse.
So we already have some excuses for not losing…
This is the excuse for losing Iowa….
From The Daily Paul…or so I’m told:
To those who haven’t heard, the results reported by CNN on caucus night were ‘Straw Poll’ results.
The straw poll is the first part of the caucus. The Straw Poll portion of the caucus is just that; a poll like any other except this one is still incomplete.
What CNN fails to mention is that what REALLY counts in getting the Iowa nomination is the what happens in second part of the Iowa caucus. This is when DELEGATES are SELECTED. Having a good number of Delegates is what will get a Dr Paul nominated.
According to Ron Paul supporters in Iowa there were roughly 80% people that went home before nominating and SELECTING DELEGATES.
In at least one precinct Ron Paul got 50% of the delegates since most of the other non-Paul supporters went home before selecting them. Their supporters were either unaware or too lazy to stick around for the most important part of the caucus.
This is where we shined, and as usual, we were more educated, more motivated and knew what really counted. The number of delegates aren’t tracked, therefore cannot be reported. We may have gotten 50% of the total delegates for Iowa. This may be optimistic but there is no way to know until the final delegates are selected at the state convention.
What this means is the numbers reported by CNN, the numbers that say Huckabee is 1st and Romney is 2nd etc (poll numbers), have nothing to do with who will get nominated in Iowa and we don’t yet have access to the numbers that count (delegates). Iowa is far from over and the Republican nominee is only selected after 3 more conventions.
Take a look at this sticky at Ron Paul Forums:
It is likely that Ron Paul did get 3rd or better. Who controls the (dis)information? CNN has no idea where anyone placed in the numbers that count yet they report on numbers that benefit their corporate master’s choices based on an incomplete poll. They barely mentioned his name caucus night and then there was their conspicuous missing piece in their Pie-chart.
This is just more BS mindgames directed at us (psy-ops) by old media. It is sabotage meant to demotivate us, frustrate us into quitting and suppress any posibble new supportes from discovering the only real Republican candidate.
CNN is as bad or worse than Fox with their tactics. They are only slightly more covert in their undermining but equally as transparent.
Do you think CNN’s corporate masters are going to allow them to provide us with feedback of our growing successful revolution? Would they sabotage Ron Paul if he is losing or has no chance?
These are the same old tactics by old media and if we continue the battle we will win.
Long Live the Revolution!
This is the excuse for losing wyoming….
Posted January 5th, 2008 by antiwarWyoming GOP county conventions gave their delegates to Romney, Thompson, McCain, and Hunter. But Ron Paul never stood a chance there.
We shouldn’t have expected anything from Wyoming. Most observers didn’t understand the rules.
The Wyoming county conventions were NOT open to Republican voters. Eligible delegates consisted of only two groups: Republican party officials who were elected in 2006; and delegates who were appointed (by established precinct organizations) to fill empty delegate seats. The rules are explained here.
Each county convention elected either one delegate or one alternate. They were assigned one or the other by the state party based on past vote totals for GOP candidates in their county.
Each county convention was presented with delegate candidates, who were either pledged to a Presidential candidate or unpledged. The winner in each county had to get over 50%, so runoffs were held.
In most cases, the winning delegate candidates were county party leaders who were chosen because of who they were, rather than who they are supporting for President.
Wyoming’s system is a throwback to the old days of backroom nominations. There was little chance for new party activists to participate in this process, only old-timers made the choice.
I can’t wait until the excuses for losing New Hampshire come in.
At the Ron Paul headquarters in Concord this afternoon, 16 volunteers were phonebanking.
“We’re not getting anyone who says ‘I don’t know who Ron Paul is,’ the situation we were in four or five months ago,” said a young volunteer named Chris. “We’re looking to place well, in what they call the top tier.”
I still don’t understand why Paul supporters are bragging and gushing over Paul’s 10% showing in Iowa.
There were four other candidates who finished ahead of him, three of them are and were in worst financial standing than him and yet they are just bragging about a tenth place finish. It doesn’t make sense.
If Paul can brag and gush about his 10% then can’t Thompson and Mccain brag and gush about their 13%? I think it was 13%. Either way it was more than Paul got.
They brag and gush about beating Rudy. But so did four others.
They brag and gush about winning Jefferson County. So what!
They can talk all they want about how Paul is this under dog candidate, but he’s had tons of media exposure, raised 20 million and claims to have tons of supporters and they claim they’re in a revolution.
If they can claim victory and brag over their 10% and 1 county win, then it follows the other candidates can brag and gush too. Right?