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Ron Paul Supporters Are Crazy, Pt. II September 26, 2007

Posted by fitsnews in 2008 Presidential Primaries.



FITSNews – September 26, 2007 – It’s not that we have anything against presidential aspirant Ron Paul, it’s just that the Texas Congressman and his supporters often seem to be a few scoops short of a full cone. Either that or clad in Swastikas, as our contributing author Corey Hutchins revealed over the weekend. Anyway, after one Ron Paul supporter had a real-time emotional meltdown on our website the other day, we got this nice note from another “Disciple of Paul” earlier today:

I have 42 patents under my belt, several of them used in advanced guidance systems employed by JPL and NASA, does that qualify me for a straight jacket? While your words will be little more than deleted bytes, my work will be drifting off to the edges of the galaxy.

Hmmmm … that’s pretty impressive considering how awesomely sh*tty things are going over at NASA these days. Wonder if there’s any chance we can get this guy to “drift off to the edges of the galaxy” as well?

Oh, and we’ll put down our pocket protector when you put down yours.



1. Brian - September 26, 2007

Huckabee and his supporters think the Earth is 6000 years old.

Romney wears a corset.

But Paul is the crazy one in the race?

Yeah, OK.

2. Paul Melnyk - September 26, 2007

It’s so easy to be a Ron Paul supporter when all that the other side can do is resort to collectivist lumping. Have a nice day.

3. Mark Smith - September 26, 2007

Who do you support and why? If Paul is so marginal, why is it so important for you to engage in this pointless name-calling? Serious answers, please.

4. Brian - September 26, 2007

On what basis did you delete my comment?

You guys are lame.

5. FITSNews - September 26, 2007


Patience, grasshopper. Damn, all you kids need some sedatives.


6. Brian - September 26, 2007

Sorry about that, FITS. That one was my bad.

I saw my post, then browsed away and came back to find it gone. I imagine it was that pesky content moderation thingee.

You’re not lame after all. Thank you.

7. Hmmm... - September 26, 2007

Hmmm…so the Ron Paul people are all, “traditional polls” (which show their guy cruising along at 2 percent) are irrelevant, but want everyone to take seriously the internet “poll” that showed RP with 9,000 votes, slightly ahead of Romney’s 176. Yeah, that’s relevant. FITS, I believe it’s your duty to explain to them that on election day they’ll only be allowed to vote once.

8. EEKman - September 26, 2007

Not lame at all.. In fact his professional trolling is almost average!

9. Give Me FITS - September 26, 2007

Rooting for Ron Paul is like rooting for the Cubs. They are fun, good at times, and absolutely harmless, in that they have no chance of beating your favorite team on a regular basis.

PS: Cubs Win! Cubs Win!

10. Reefer - September 27, 2007

Who do I talk to about changing the tin foil in my hat? I think someone is out to get me.

11. Joshua - September 27, 2007

Hmmm… – one problem with that concept.

They’ll only be allowed to vote if they’re registered and live here.

Since the majority of the Paul campaign are hackers with Starbucks internet connections, you’ll also have to remind them that they’ll only be allowed to vote on ONE Election Day, not once per Election Day as the primary calendar rolls along…

ON the only slightly more serious note: If Ron Paul’s foreign policy wasn’t stuck in 1937, I might have been able to more seriously consider his other policy positions…

12. Newspaper Hack - September 27, 2007

The American people, in their infinite wisdom, have put both Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich in the House of Reps. Thank you, gerrymandering! Now we’ll never get those weird fuckers out.

13. Pothead_loonie - November 4, 2007

The alexa remark is web traffic ranking. You seemed oblivious to it with your reply.
Personal liberty, fiscal conservatism, and a realistic forign policy of peacful intent. Yeah, thats straight up loonie in todays world. You are correct on that statement.

btw… Would anyone be willing to give your website over a million dollars in one day and expect nothing in return but hope? Didn’t think so…

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