freedom is the right of all sentient beings

freedom is the right of all sentient beings

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      • from pot bust angst
        from being told by big brother that i cant keep blacks out of my restaurant
        from worrying about shit happening in other countries
        from the environment
        from people marrying plants
        from those who say i cant pack my basement full of plutonium and dynamite
        from criticism
        from having to pay for shit online

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    1. Vote Ron Paul: He will never win and his supporters spam every website.

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    2. Paultards are the worse kind of voters: emotional and stupid.
      “Oh no! I want to smoke weed but the harsh, oppressive “man” doesn’t let me do it where I want to!
      If only Ron Paul were president! Surely he would protect my weed smoking liberties!”
      Except the rest of Paul’s policies are so extreme and unorthodox that they would never be accepted by our cry-baby congress. He’d be a lame duck for all 4 years of his single-term, failure of a presidency, but hey, at least now you could light a spliff whenever you feel like it.

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      • Ahh, but he has something that congress does not.

        A Veto.

        I would love for four years on congress not being able to fuck with me

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        • Vetoes can be overridden, and in Paul’s case, I can’t imagine anyone who’d generate more bipartisan opposition –in other words, Congress would have no trouble mustering the 2/3 majority necessary for overrides.
          That’s what most of his supporters don’t seem to get. They think he’s gonna just go in there with a death ray and lay waste to any & all resistance to his vision. The truth is more like what bstaples pictures above; a state of total governmental gridlock.
          If Paul has any lasting legacy, it’ll be to inspire, by example, a new generation of politicians who won’t sacrifice their ideals for political expediency. And if you’re like me, your first instinct will be to scoff and say “lotsa luck with that”, but maybe that’s the whole point: he’s someone who can purge, through simple constancy, the pervasive cynicism that has poisoned virtually all political life in this country since we collectively acknowledged that JFK was a bit of a pussykiller.
          He’ll never be president. But someone inspired by him and who shares his principles –many of which I do admire, btw– will be, hopefully within my lifetime; hopefully before everything falls apart. And hopefully they won’t have published idiotic racist homophobic bullshit screeds in their past.

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            I don’t see anything in there I object to. At all. He’s just again speaking plainly and not dressing up the truth to protect people’s feelings or clash with their conditioned way of thinking.

            If you think he’s wrong please go to a club in a black neighbourhood in Detroit and walk the walk instead of just talking the talk.

            “the public should bear arms to protect themselves against carjackings by “urban youth who play whites like pianos.”

            That’s not true? Really?

            “In another newsletter, Paul described most black men in Washington, D.C., as “semi-criminal or entirely criminal.””

            That isn’t true?

            ““It is human nature that like attracts likes. But whites are not allowed to express this same human impulse. Except in a de facto sense, there can be no white schools, white clubs, or white neighborhoods. The political system demands white integration, while allowing black segregation.””

            That’s 100% fucking true.

            “In May 2011, Paul told MSNBC that he would have voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which ended Jim Crow. He questioned the act because it took authority away from property owners. ”

            If you don’t think the civil rights movement was embraced and adopted WAY too fast and with little to no regulation then you don’t know a damned thing about it.

            Ron Paul is only as racist as the world we live in.

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      • So he’d be like Obama but I could smoke weed?

        It’s an improvement.

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    3. “Vote Ron Paul: Not great, but at least he’s not any of the other candidates”

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    4. Ron Paul is not Jesus Christ.

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    5. So that’s why he’s against abortion, because a lump of cells are definitely sentient (and can’t live outside of its host) and more important than the woman getting an abortion.

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    6. He doesn’t seem to be as extreme as the other candidates. He interferes with my life and freedom the least. He has the almost unheard of ability to have an opinion and not feel like you must share it. I don’t see what the problem is.

      I don’t see congress as such a huge problem for him. Too much of what he wants done can either be done without them or is an issue that would attract bipartisan support.

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    7. I’d happily buy any Ron Paul supporter a one-way ticket to the libertarian paradise of Somalia. Good bye. Good luck.

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      • And I’d happily buy any commie, socialist, social democrat or whatever the fuck they like to call themselves a one-way ticket to the Worker’s Paradise of North Korea. Or any other People’s Republic.

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    8. Freedom is the right of all sentient beings … as long as they’re not brown.

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