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BanTheGOP Donating Member (596 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-16-12 06:22 PM
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Attention George Soros: Offer Ron Paul $20M to run as 3rd Party
George Soros and other individuals: Please incorporate your operatives and assets to approach Ron Paul's campaign to run as a third party candidate. This will ensure Barack Obama's reelection, and will invalidate the congressional gains that will be going to the GOP, including control of the senate. Obama can use the Executive Powers Act to essentially rule from the presidential pulpit, creating departments without conservative Congressional oversight.

In my estimation based upon conversations I've had with some of Paul's key people, $20 million dollars should be enough to facilitate the campaign migration from GOP to independent. Better yet, he can call himself the "Tea Party" candidate (or, in our case, the "Teabagger candidate").

This will ensure that the teabagger scum, who hate anything to do with moderation and socialism, will vote for Ron Paul instead of our preferred GOP opponent, Mitt Romney. This is why we had trashed every GOP candidate other than Romney up until now, so we could ensure his nomination as the GOP candidate. By injecting Ron Paul as the 3rd party, he can essentially pull off what Ross Perot did by siphoning off the GOP idiot vote. Barack Obama can then win with as little as 38% of the popular vote!

Call it "Operation Split the GOP Vote 2012."

Let's do it!
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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-17-12 02:53 AM
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1. Unlikely that Ron Paul would sell out out Rand, the second generation grifter.
Edited on Tue Jan-17-12 02:58 AM by No Elephants
(That we know of. Maybe the Rand grifting goes further back than Ron.)

Anyhoo, wiki says that Perot took about as many votes from Bubba as he took from Poppy Bush.

Did he really? I have no idea.

Will Rand take as many votes from Obama as he takes from Romney?

You would think so, if you read leftie message boards, yet, I doubt it.

It's funny. Every Rand supporter who posts on a leftie board claims to have been a lifelong Democrat, even a lifelong liberal, yet Rand Paul started and will end as a Republican. Hard to believe that all his supporters are Democrats!

Someone is lying about being RW and I don't think it's Paul!

Some people say they are determined to be transparent, but aren't anyway; and some people would rather not be transparent, but are anyway.

As for what Soros should do with his money, I'd rather see him and other wealthy lefties put their money into liberal media. Much more bang for the buck.

This is but one election. The left will have to fight the RW media loons for as long as there is media.

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BanTheGOP Donating Member (596 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-17-12 02:26 PM
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2. Ron Paul, like all wingnuts, if first and foremost a megalomaniac
Ron Paul, like all wingnuts, is first and foremost a megalomaniac, only interested in his own twisted, Hitlerian/Buahian control of people. He would sell out his son's legacy for a pittance if it advanced his own republicanist destructive prescription for society.

Perot did, indeed, cost HW Bush the presidency in 1992. He got 18% of the vote; a full 78% were registered republicans or libertarians. There is no way most of those miscreants would have voted for Clinton.

We have to pull off the same feat here. Ron Paul is our best chance at doing this, and keep in mind he's 76 years old so this is his last hurrah. We should use his own selfishness to ensure that President Obama fully transforms the government to a progressive fiat, negating the expected GOP Congress.
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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jan-17-12 03:36 PM
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3. We'll see, I guess.
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