Monday, 15 September 2008

This video brings into sharp contrast what deep shit we are in.

Ron Paul is spot on as usual. Listen to the little arsehole speaking for the US government though. If that doesn't send a chill down everyone's spine, then I don't know what will.


D.S.Harford said...

Ron Paul is on the mark with this one, however don't be fooled, he is not a Libertarian rather he is a Social Fascist with economic freedom rhetoric; a contradiction in values.

Matt Davies said...

Could you expand on why he is a "Social Fascist" please?

D.S.Harford said...

Ok, that was a little harsh. He isn't a Social Fascist, just a big disapoinment, but then what can you expect from a Republican.

D.S.Harford said...

However , he has thrown his support to Chuck Baldwin and the Constitution Party.
A party that believes the following;

The CP is against homosexual rights.
The CP is against abortion, even in cases of rape and incest.
The CP supports the war on drugs.
The CP favors government regulation of the internet and the media in general because both contain sexually provocative images.
The CP is anti-free market in that it favors government restriction on the private use of personal money on gambling and prostitution.
The CP is anti-free trade.
The CP supports government's power to kill criminals.
The CP would not allow women in combat.
The CP believes that education "cannot be separated from religious faith."
The CP would eliminate all immigration into the country "except in extreme hardship cases or in other individual special circumstances."
The CP would keep out immigrants based on whether or not the government found them a moral burden on the country or not.
The CP supports "all the legislation which would remove from Federal appellate review jurisdiction matters involving acknowledgement of God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, or government."
I don’t know is that Social Fascist? It sure isn’t Libertarian.

Matt Davies said...

I haven't seen him throw his weight behind any one particular party. Do you have a link to show this?

He is a member of the Republican party, but it is obvious that he doesn't support anything they stand for now.

The whole list of things you outlined above, are nowhere near any of his positions. I haven't looked into the Constitution Party, so I don't know how much of that list is true. If it is, then they aren't what they say they are.