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How to toss a Ron Paul salad


Genius like farmer's deserves to be front-paged:

In a mixing bowl:

1. Combine one cup of Pat Buchanan and one cup of Grover Norguist, whip to a high peak.

2. Mix equal parts church and state and whisk until thoroughly blended.

3. Pour mixture into the chilled bleached skull of a trade unionist; garnish with red white and blue sprinkles and a shiny gold coin.

Serve with White Nationalist Crackers (supply-sider up), and a thick slice of Strict Constructionist Cheese.

Makes an excellent accompaniment to any hot homemade Chicago Boys Dirty War Chili. (very popular in Latin America back in the 70’s).

Please, sir, I want some more!

NOTE What I was I thinking? Answer: I wasn't thinking.

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Submitted by leah on

And thank-you for recognizing not only farmer's genuis, about which we are all aware, but the wildly limited appeal Ron Paul should have for any liberal.

In fact, I thought Glenn the good-but-not-every-time went over the top in his remarks this morning. Yes, Paul's critique of American empire is clearer and crisper than most of our Democratic nominees, but so is Pat Buchanen's, some of the time.

Interesting and also depressing that Glenn shows neither awareness of nor interest in what someone like John Edwards has to say about foreign policy; I still can't get over how that speech Edwards made has been totally ignored, as fully by liberal blogs as by the SCLM.

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Submitted by Tinfoil Hat Boy on one of the things Ron Paul is against. It's not in the Constitution, if I remember correctly.

"A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

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In fact, I thought Glenn the good-but-not-every-time went over the top in his remarks this morning...

Leah's being kind here (per her usual way). Greenwald isn't just being "over the top", he's abandoned his usual skeptical reasoned analysis and is drifting toward the bus station like some kind of slutty goo-goo eyed schoolboy tosspot with a head full of cherry meth!
(which Ron Paul supports).

So knock if off Greenwald. Sober up. That is one Carnivale conga-line you don't want to join!

In no short order: Glenn Greenwald, i wholly suspect, doesn't know ding-dang diddly-doo about Ron Paul. Anyone who spent a long long time watching the far right (long before there were blogs-n-stuff) knows differn't...

Dave Neiwert does: See here:

and see Sara (Orcinus co-blogger) here - (The Trouble With Ron):

As a libertarian leftist, I understand viscerally the charm of Paul's message. Who wouldn't be charmed? He's anti-war, anti-torture, anti-drug war, and anti-corporation -- a real progressive dream date. Until you reflect on the fact that he's also anti-choice, anti-gay, anti-environment, anti-sane immigration policy, and apparently, anti-separation of church and state as well

Don't miss the amazing Ron (as Molly Ivins reminds) when he suggests we all go live in Peru for 25 K (same post).


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Paul is anti-gay? Wrong. Paul is pro-individual. That includes gays, blacks, whites, purples, greens, yellows, transexuals, and pretty much any other human that can be qualified as an individual. Get your facts straight.