Alan Stang On RON PAUL: Not Just a Campaign, IT’S A MOVEMENT

Those of you who are not Ron Paul people don’t need to read this. If you are, here are some thoughts that could be helpful. I write after the Nevada caucuses, where Dr. No racked up a smashing second place and 14% of the vote, ahead of Giuliani, Huckabee, Hunter, McCain and Thompson, doing so in the face of the orchestrated cover-up of highly paid network barf bags.

So, Dr. No utterly thrashed not only the erstwhile Republican candidates who have already departed, not only Duncan Hunter, who has now dropped out, but he also soundly whipped Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson yet again, certainly proving he is a “top tier” candidate, which will be underlined when Thompson and then Mike Huckabee run out of money.

Remember, Rudy was supposed to be the “runaway front runner.” Nobody was supposed to be able to touch him. Now he is Rudy Who. The only thing you need to know about Fred Thompson is that he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Marxist group in New York that is the secret government of the United States and has been conspiring assiduously for decades to destroy our national independence.

Was Fred Thompson inserted in the campaign so tardily as a “responsible conservative” alternative to siphon votes from Dr. Paul? Of course that strategy has failed miserably, if that is what it was. Fred talks the conservative talk when he finds time and is awake but he reminds me of the time somebody told Dorothy Parker that President Silent Cal Coolidge was dead. She replied, “How do they know?” It was one of the few things she ever said you can repeat with ladies present.

Yet, notice that our Communist media still treat Fred and Rudy as major candidates while they do their best to ignore Dr. No. In a classic example, the New York Times, which has assiduously promoted Communism since Walter Duranty, reported the Nevada results of all the candidates – even Rudy Who and CFR Fred – complete with pictures, except the man who took second with 14%.

The other day, in a discussion about conservatism on the air, I heard a caller ask Rush Limbaugh about Dr. No. How the caller got through the screener, I don’t know. Limbag stuttered, said he “profoundly disagreed” that Dr. Paul expressed conservative principles, hung up and went to break. That was it; there was not a syllable of argument that proved Dr. Paul wrong, just Limbag’s expression of profound disagreement.

Somebody else called Republican front man Hugh Hewitt. The caller told the screener he was for far leftist John McCain, but on the air he shouted that he was for Dr. Paul. Hewitt told the screener….


Semper Fidelis

R. W. “Dick” Gaines
(AKA: Gunny G’s Globe and Anchor Sites….)

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