If you’ve been concerned that the Republican party’s chances are too good this election cycle and you believe that high unemployment might inadvertantly drop a GOP candidate into the White House in 2012, then you’ve come to the right place. The Ron Paul Resolution is dedicated to putting up the most unelectable Republican, so that we can still manage to lose this election.
To that end, we are backing Ron Paul and every crackpot conspiracy theory that he can come up with–from 9-11, to the Trilateral Commission, to Skull and Bones, to the New World Order. Ron Paul has never failed to devise a wacky theory about anything. We are proud to support Ron Paul for president in 2012, and we know that somewhere in the universe Martians are watching our every move. The truth is out there.
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Ron Paul is one wacky guy, and his followers are even wackier. Much of the reason that Ron Paul has escaped scrutiny is that most people are afraid to bring forth the wrath of his kooky cult followers. To be sure, there are some legitimate libertarians who support him, but the vast outspoken majority of his supporters consist of 9-11 truthers and other various conspiracy theorists.
These people are crazy fanatics, and Huntsman is one brave soul for choosing to face the wrath of the cult of Paul. Sadly though, Jon Huntsman missed some of the wackier things that Ron Paul has said. As we showed in a previous post, Ron Paul admitted that he wouldn’t speak out about 9-11 because he couldn’t “handle the controversy.” There you have it. Ron Paul admits to being both a truther and a coward. So much for the courage of Ron Paul.
If Ron Paul supporters wonder why people call him a nut, this is a pretty good example. This clip shows that he is either a 9-11 truther or he wants the truthers to believe that he is. You can find other kooky remarks that he has made to supporters when they question him privately. I would hope that he’s just pandering, but I fear that he actually believes much of it. Just look at how evasive he is. This is the guy who claims to be totally direct and consistent.
Here’s another clip with Ron Paul denying that he is a truther in a debate.