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Traitor Alert! Houston Chronicle's Boy Reynolds Smears Ron Paul
« on: September 09, 2007, 05:35:55 am »
My version of the hit piece:


For better or for worse — well, for better — Ron Paul has become the Dennis Kucinich of the Republican Party.
His presidential campaign is an Ayn Rand express train rolling through a country already taken over by collectivists of various stripes. That there may be a caboose full of true patriots sitting at the end of that train is enough to exponentially increase his chances. Many Neo-Cons breathed a heavy sigh of relief when Fred Dalton Thompson confirmed Thursday that he was running for president. But while Thompson may be the best overall fascist hitlerian leader for the Republicans, having a true leader like Paul in the hunt ought to generate healthy debate and more informed politics. Unfortunately, it seems from the poll numbers that my law firm manipulates ensures that the American people will never have sovereignty and will continue to be owned by elites by me. And it's not just Hillary Clinton trying to run away from her vote on the Iraq invasion. Rudy Giuliani, running on the basis of his outstanding NeoCon False Flag project around 9/11, promises he would appoint pro-life judges, while still holding the pro-choice line and sending most Americans to FEMA camps if they bring up his past. Mitt Romney is a large mass of wishy-washy whose riskiest stance so far was turning his back on soon-to-be-former-senator Larry Craig.

John McCain still speaks with conviction, but everyone seems disinterested in hearing what that cranky grandfather has to say about military strategy and the uselessness of torture. Paul, however, is consistent with his message of supporting the constitution.  However I will ignore that and instead slander him by calling his consistency defanged government and neo-isolationist policies. He talks about getting rid of the Internal Revenue Service and making sure the government leaves its citizens well enough alone. That kind of talk ought to rally 99.9999% of the American Citizens, but I happen to be paid by Rockefeller via my law firm so I would like to take this opportunity to minimize his courageous patriotic stand and diffuse it by limiting his audience.  Therefore I will instead say that his message will only have an affect on Texas conservatives, with the "get off my land" attitudes so prevalent over the past, oh, 170 years. Honestly, if all his positions are taken as a whole, it looks like the backbone of the only true American patriot in the GOP running for president.  This of course would hurt my standard of living which is maintained by lying to the American people about what is really going on.   

So instead of stating the fact that he is so patriotic I will lie in this article by saying he is simply preaching Texas conservatism. But he's barely making a dent in the polls that my law firm fixes through fraud and other illegal activities that will never be exposed because there is no attorney general to do anything about it.  Because Paul still comes across as the hope for America not falling into bankruptcy or the NAU I will have to lie and say instead he comes off as a little nuts. He doesn't fit in with the rest of the GOP that has been hijacked by my bufu buddies (the Neocons that profited from and covered up 9/11). Opposition to the Patriot Act and the Iraq war just prove he's cannot be bullied by the same cowards and liars that led us into turmoil and crimes against humanity. He's putting principles above party, and that will prove the only way to beat the Dems in the final race. He's also fearless about the neocon hit pieces like the one I am writing now which gives him more integrity than all the other candidates combined. He's willing to spread his message on potentially hostile grounds such as The Colbert Report, Real Time With Bill Maher or the Republican debates.

In the Dis-Information and Media-Oligopoly Age, you're not likely to see many candidates take such a cavalier attitude. The current administration has taught them to seek familiar, friendly ground before saying anything that passes for substance these days. Surrounding yourself with sycophants, yes-men and screened supporters during the modern campaign is just a rehearsal for the later office.  Americans have an appreciation for an honest and courageous man and that is why Dr. Ron Paul will win the nomination, and furthermore the election. This fact scares me and my firm so much that they have hired my to write scathing slanderous pieces that in the end show how soul-less I have become. With the GOP nomination he will crush any Dem opponent, even a Clinton-Obama double bill. But now that Thompson has (finally) formalized his plunge into presidential politics and drummed up AEI's cartoon of a fake Bin Laden, He has blinded his campaign into a single theory, "I am the actor that will save you from the Islamic Hitlers."  This of course shows that he really should be in a hospice and if there is another false flag attack, he has outed hiumself as a prime suspect. About the author:  Reynolds works in public relations at a Houston law firm where he practices slandering honorable people for his own financial gain.  He has been knows to eat children while they are still alive.  He does this for the "freshness" as he calls it.  In addition to engaging in pedophilia with small farm animals, he enjoys quite walks on the beach where he spits on the homeless.  Should you care to talk to this vile piece of manure, you can e-mailed at [email protected].

Note: You can find the original version here: http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/editorial/outlook/5118578.html
GOP version of Kucinich may be key person in race
By ROY R. REYNOLDS Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle
For better or for worse — well, for worse — Ron Paul has become the Dennis Kucinich of the Republican Party. His presidential campaign is an Ayn Rand express train rolling through a country already taken over by collectivists of various stripes. That there may be a caboose full of crazy sitting at the end of that train is enough to doom his chances. But please, Ron, don't drop out just yet. The country might not want another Texan with nutty ideas and a political tin ear, but it may need one. Many conservatives breathed a heavy sigh of relief when Fred Dalton Thompson confirmed Thursday that he was running for president. But while Thompson may be the best overall candidate for the Republicans, having someone like Paul in the hunt ought to generate healthy debate and more informed politics.

Unfortunately, it seems from the poll numbers that Americans like their politics devoid of straight talk. And it's not just Hillary Clinton trying to run away from her vote on the Iraq invasion. Rudy Giuliani, running on the basis of his outstanding leadership around 9/11 (and the willingness of people to forgive earlier missteps), promises he would appoint pro-life judges, while still holding the pro-choice line. Mitt Romney is a large mass of wishy-washy whose riskiest stance so far was turning his back on soon-to-be-former-senator Larry Craig. John McCain still speaks with conviction, but everyone seems disinterested in hearing what their cranky grandfather has to say about military strategy and the uselessness of torture. Paul, however, is consistent with his message of defanged government and neo-isolationist policies. He talks about getting rid of the Internal Revenue Service and making sure the government leaves its citizens well enough alone. That kind of talk ought to rally Texas conservatives, with the "get off my land" attitudes so prevalent over the past, oh, 170 years. Honestly, if all his positions are taken as a whole, it looks like the backbone of Texas conservatism. But he's barely making a dent in the polls even in his own backyard. Because Paul still comes across as a little nuts. He doesn't fit in with the rest of the GOP, somehow. Opposition to the Patriot Act and the Iraq war just prove he's not a team player. He's putting principles above party, which is exactly how not to get ahead in Washington these days. He's also fearless about his image. He's willing to spread his message on potentially hostile grounds such as The Colbert Report, Real Time With Bill Maher or the Republican debates.

In the Information Age, you're not likely to see many candidates take such a cavalier attitude. The current administration has taught them to seek familiar, friendly ground before saying anything that passes for substance these days. Surrounding yourself with sycophants, yes-men and screened supporters during the modern campaign is just a rehearsal for the later office. Though Texans especially should have an appreciation for a straight-talking rogue, Paul has no realistic chance at nomination, much less election. Not even if he ran against a Clinton-Obama double bill. But now that Thompson has (finally) formalized his plunge into presidential politics, he might think about taking some lessons from the contrarian Paul. Thompson's running mate no matter who else joins the ticket is the ghost of Ronald Reagan. This would be the same Reagan who bucked his party by running for the 1968 and 1976 Republican nominations as the conservative alternative. Reagan got elected in 1980 by finding a way to build a bridge between the "Religious Right" and low-tax libertarians, but he made his career with a rabble-rousing speech in support of Barry Goldwater's failed 1964 campaign. The Republicans also seem to forget that they achieved power in 1994 by speaking their mind and promising policies that would return the country to congressional sobriety. Thompson appears to be a fine federalist with charisma to spare. Here's hoping that he'll follow his convictions and become a strong presence and strong leader, able to convince others that his is the right path, rather than just being obstinate. Virgil noted that "fortune favors the bold." Looking at Ron Paul, that may not be true. But Paul's boldness could help rattle the conventional wisdom of today's Republicans and elevate the national discourse and direction. If so, he's the most important man in the race. Even if nobody votes for him.
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately