Stop vb. , to arrest the progress of; to hinder; to impede; to cease

State n. , a gang of thieves writ large; a territorial monopolist of compulsion and
ultimate decision-making (jurisdiction) which may engage in continual, institutionalized property rights violations and exploitation in the form of expropriation, taxation, and regulation of private property owners; the group within society that claims for itself the exclusive right to rule everyone under a special set of laws that permit it to do to others what everyone else is rightly prohibited from doing, namely aggressing against person and property.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

The "Rand Paul Sucks" Meme Post

Here's Rand Paul giving an insultingly demagogic answer to one of his much smarter constituents asking why the freshman senator voted to forcefully screw with Iran's economy and starve innocent people who have never harmed a single American. This snake claims he did it to avoid a war, showing he's either too stupid to realize or too much of an evil liar to acknowledge that sanctions are an act of war - either way he's of no use to libertarians.

Now here's Ron Paul giving one of many speeches on why sanctions are entirely evil and don't even work.

For more on Iran see my previous article on this issue here.

Rand Paul needs a good thrashing.  At the best, a backlash from the liberty movement against him could turn him around (at least for a little while).  At the least, it will show future politicians who seek to parasitically use the momentum of the Ron Paul R3VOLUTION to serve their own ends and get elected that we have absolutely no tolerance for war mongers and that, yes, we'll even take down Ron Paul's son when he sells out.


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  3. I've been suspicious of him since his vote to reinstate the head of the FBI: congress put term limits on them after Hoover to prevent them becoming too politically powerful.

  4. OK, Rand Paul is not my favorite (as you rightly imply in the OP, Ron is far better.) But, did you see what Rand did there? Yes, he did defend the sanctions, which is disappointing. But, he also explained to a bunch of conservatives why war with Iran would be a bad idea. Unfortunately, in today's radically bloodthirsty GOP, even saying that is libertarian compared to the status quo. Regarding myself, I'm a principled ancap who wants nothing to do with the state apparatus. But, I'm willing to give Rand a shot as he's at least far less interventionist than pretty much anyone else in the GOP...