User Profile: YepImaConservative

YepImaConservative

Member Since: July 30, 2011

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  • January 4, 2012 at 5:31am

    TY for mentioning my screen name KID. I see I’m on the top of the heap, King of the hill… sing it Sinatra!

    Start spreading the news, I’m Here again today
    I want to be a part of it – The Blaze… The Blaze
    These vagabond shoes, are are longing to stray
    Right through the very heart of it – The Blaze… The Blaze

    I wanna wake up on a political site that doesn’t sleep
    And find I’m King of the hill – top of the heap

    Those other site blues, are melting away
    I’ll make a brand new start of it – on The ‘ol Blaze
    If I can make it here, I’ll make it anywhere
    It’s up to you – KID and The Blaze

    The Blaze… The Blaze
    I want to wake up on a site that never sleeps
    And find I’m a number one, top of the list
    King of the hill, a number one

    Those other site blues, are melting away
    And I’m gonna make a brand new start of it – on The ‘ol Blaze
    And if I can make it here, I’m gonna make it anywhere

    It’- up – to – you – KID and … The Blaze…

    LMAO!

  • January 3, 2012 at 6:44am

    When Paul finally… FINALLY… admits what we all know to be true… that WE Republicans don’t see him in the White House either… and gives up his latest and last run… he gives a speech at the Golden Corral… and I am there to bear witness.

    …. as Paul rattles on, I close my eyes and pretend that I wasn’t at Paul’s final event (after his seeing the writing on the wall and giving up once again). The image is the same that I’ve always had of Paul… that of an addled, geriatric berzerker with bushels of hair growing out of his ears, sitting on a park bench, talking to the trees and the phantoms in his head, feeding stale bread to the squirrels. When I open my eyes and looked around at the employees in the buffet where this talk was being given (who must have been promised that they could go home early if they were willing to endure Paul’s final gibberings)… his supporters wore sad, defeated, dazed expressions, as if they’d been bludgeoned with broomsticks.

    As they walked out of the buffet, one of his supporters mumbled… “well, I guess we vote for Obama again.”

    They all pick up the pace with a renewed pep in their step… and pronounce… YES Obama!

    And once again… all is well in Paul-estine. They return back to the other man who gives them a thrill up their boney legs.

  • January 2, 2012 at 9:20pm

    >CAUSE. I‘m a litlle tired so I’ll bit you a fond a doo doo, plus I have a 5 mile run in the early A.M. So no more dropping trou with an incompetent jester.

    Oh, btw… apparently you didn’t get my drift there Playgirl internet pictoral guy. SUCKER was not intended to describe your mental state, but your ability with the fellas… Lol.

    G’night good humor man.

  • January 2, 2012 at 9:16pm

    >CAUSE. I’m a litlle tired so I’ll bit you a fond a doo doo, plus I have a 5 mile run in the early A.M. So no more dropping trou with an incompetent jester.

    Oh, btw… apparently you didn’t get my drift there Playgirl internet pictoral guy. SUCKER was not intended to describe your mental state, but your ability with the fellas… Lol.

    G’night good humor man.

  • January 2, 2012 at 8:35pm

    > CAUSE.” @Yep. Hahahahahahaha. You’re pathetic. Too bad, i believe d*cks are for chicks.”

    Lol… exactly my point regarding you…. SUCKER!

    I really love the cartoons Paul supporters present (if that’s a cartoon you are presenting). “Yes Arnold?” Is than on right before SpongeBob SquarePants or after?

    Cartoons sure have come a long way since I was young. Yes Arnold, SpongeBob, Ron Paul, lol.

  • January 2, 2012 at 8:14pm

    >’TARIAN. Same guy, just for shoots and gaggles this time to make you feel better.

    “I believe America is spending itself into oblivion. I believe that the Fed has embarked on a Keynesian mission that is going to result in dramatic monetary price inflation and currency depreciation. I believe the federal government has over-stepped its boundaries in nearly every single category one could imagine. But I do not see Ron Paul making a dent in any of these causes. Besides accusing Ben Bernanke in a Congressional panel a couple years ago of the Fed being involved in Watergate and secretly funneling money to Saddam Hussein, Ron Paul’s role in advancing the cause of limited government and a monetary policy of common sense is, shall we say, minimal. He uses every opportunity when in front of a microphone to advance the cause of military isolationism. It is a tragedy. Some how, some way, this guy has an audience, and he really does have an opportunity to impact the cause of freedom. But the tragedy of Ron Paul is that he has chosen to be more of a puppet for Lew Rockwell and the modern-day John Birchers of our society than he has for a sensible kind of freedom economics.”

  • January 2, 2012 at 7:47pm

    From a guy in the know ‘TARIAN. Just for shiites and giggles…

    “I became familiar with Lew Rockwell and Ron Paul in the mid-1990’s after being introduced to Murray Rothbard, the now deceased Austrian economist. I became fascinated with the intersection of Austrian economics and the freedom movement. I attended every Von Mises Institute conference I could find, and read every book their movement ever published. Ron Paul spoke at every one of these events, and when I wasn’t listening to John Denton say that America had no business getting into World War II, or Bob Barr saying that the federal government (not Tim McVeigh) blew up the building in Oklahoma City, I was intrigued by much of what their movement had to say. As I got older and wiser, I began to realize that the heir of Friedrich Hayek was Milton Friedman, not Murray Rothbard, and that this “Austrian economics movement” was a front for an extremist form of anti-war zealotry. Every single conference break was filled with the most radical of conspiracy theorists you have ever heard, and the political intentions of the major brains behind their operation were not hidden: Utter anarchy. If I had a nickel for every time someone suggested that insurance companies could come replace the federal government in a given task, I would have a lot more nickels than these people have. But it was an educational experience for me, and my transition out of it began before 9/11.”

  • January 2, 2012 at 7:23pm

    > CAUSE. Don’t blame me if the only four sites you have on your computer favs are… The Blaze, Memories of Ron Paul summer camp, freedom economics 101 by racists, and the Playgirl pictorals for 2011. Lmao!!!

  • January 2, 2012 at 7:13pm

    I’ve been hearing the same childish taunts by Paul supporters (the anti-war pacifist left) for years… even as far back as when I was at Ft. Benning, GA where yooz and the other Obama type leftists were protesting the old School of the America’s. Damn near took a few heads off that day, and reminded myself and my Soldiers that you were the scourge of America, and pay you no mind. No mind of course until you get in our personal space, then all bets were off. But we showed our warrrrrr faces and you just faded away into the pacifist sunset.

  • January 2, 2012 at 7:01pm

    Lmao > COMMON. Actaully I live in the same mobile home court that you live in… the exception is that I own the place. NOW GET ALL THEM DAMN CARS OFF THE FRONT LAWN!

    Used car salesman my behind!

  • January 2, 2012 at 6:42pm

    Murray Rothbard was the student of Ludwig Von Mises and a friend of Ayn Rand. Rothbard was a racist, and believed in the “voluntary” separation of the races… Mises, was an elitist with fascist tendencies. This part of libertarian history is a part that the libertarians would like to cover up. It slips out at times and has done so with Ron Paul, Rand Paul and others.

    We know that Rothbard spoke kindly of David Duke, the KKK office seeker. One disaffected libertarian was dismayed that Rothbard would seek to align himself with a pure racist just because he believed in limited government. The only reason that Rothbard did not back a separate state for blacks was because he was afraid it would cost too much in “foreign aid”.

  • January 2, 2012 at 6:33pm

    And you’re whining why? Not long ago you Paul acolytes were biatching that Ron Paul gets no press here or elsewhere. This is an opportunity for more Paul infomercials. Use the time to your benefit. PREACH IT Brutha’!! Lol.

  • January 2, 2012 at 6:29pm

    > ‘TARIAN. Just here trying to make honest women out you and help support your guy… lol.

  • January 2, 2012 at 6:18pm

    Chairman Of the Tea Party CPAC Michael Lodispoto with Ron Paul at the Scranton PA Rally

    I was once a big follower of Ron Paul and his Campaign for Liberty. I absolutely love the man, or at least love his policies for the domestic economy. Why I am saying this is if it weren’t for his foreign policy Ron could be in the White House right now. Unfortunately Libertarians of which I used to consider myself as one are a bit misguided when dealing with outside powers as well as a few major issues domestically. If we were all one united world and there were no evil nuts running around trying to kill us, Ron Paul’s way would be one of the smartest ways to run our government. Unfortunately reality is not that easy. There are enemies of America who would love nothing more than to blow up a few nukes or more in our cities. The whole planet does not think as we do

  • January 2, 2012 at 6:11pm

    Ron Paul’s 9/11 answer draws boos from ‘tea party’ crowd

    September 12, 2011

    Ron Paul, long a darling of such gatherings such as the one in Tampa on Monday, was roundly booed during the CNN/Tea Party debate for suggesting that American foreign policy helped contribute to the Sept. 11 attacks.

    Paul was upbraided by former Sen. Rick Santorum, long a hawk on taking on radical Islam on a global scale.

  • January 2, 2012 at 5:55pm

    >COMMON. You mean like that comment that you wrote (that made me misty eyed), regarding how you would have been a Santorum supporter had you not been born again and saw your true calling?

    One of the numerous assembly line workers in the Ron Paul nut company? Lol

    How’s that. Work for you? Lmao.

  • January 2, 2012 at 5:50pm

    Lol, yeah… that must be it.

  • January 2, 2012 at 5:29pm

    As we’ve seen, Ron Paul get’s frustrated and can’t deal with the negativity when directed at him… but we can be assured, his supporters will speak on his behalf… spin…. spin…. spin.

  • January 2, 2012 at 5:07pm

    The MSM and other news outlets are hanging back to wait and see what happens in Iowa. If Ron Paul wins Iowa (or even comes in second), the Ron Paul Revolution is going to see “blow back” and Ron Paul’s “chickens coming home to roost” in a way befitting the new King of the attack and smear ad.

    Older Americans will be reminded of Paul’s racist, bigoted and anti-semetic past while newer voters will be introduced (even more so than recently) to the crazy Uncle Ron that we older Americans knew and still know. Ron Paul will be pummeled into oblivion once again for the idiocy of his ideology. His naivete of the world around him, his Liberal… even left of Obama stances on foreign policy, not to mention his socially Liberal ideas regarding drug legalization. The commercials will write themselves… teenagers with needles in their arms, cities littered with rows of derelict drug abusers sleeping in the gutters.

    His disrespect for our Military due to his anti-war pacifism. The years he has spent on the government dole doing absolutely nothing in Congress while making our Military feel like useless pawns around the world who are made to feel THEIR accomplishments were for nothing and not important.

    Just wait until the media starts pointing out who REALLY supports Ron Paul, his close associates and the people who were his mentors along the way. It won’t be good for Ron Paul and his nattering nabobs, but it will be what he deserves… again.

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  • January 2, 2012 at 11:31am

    >DTOM. Just went back and looked at my old pay statements… hmmmm, paid State taxes too.

    You write hysterically DTOM? You have a problem with tax paying Active Military and Veterans? Would you like some of my Military Retirement check? I can fork over a $5 spot for your irritation with us. You can head over to Starbucks, get you a latte, stop by MSNBC and talk shop with the Morning Joe crew. Lol.

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