Monday, June 18, 2007

In The Belly Of The Beast

Ron Paul is really showing us how it's done. He's all dressed up like a Republican, and he's in there with them, but it's too late to get rid of him, and now he's pissing in the punch bowl. The Repubs watching the debates from home must've had little birds flying out of their heads to hear the things he was saying.

Mr. Paul need not be the only one having such fun, though. Anyone can go onto a Republican blog, message board, or forum, and identify themselves as likewise being a repub, and start dismantling the neocon agenda for all to see. If you're good, you'll win some converts. Such vampire slayers are out there, and they include a certain crabby ex-cabbie. It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Preaching to the converted is what the elite prefer that we do, so it's all about jamming up the works any way that you can.

It's fun to ask a Bush-supporting Republican why the border is wide open when homeland security and keeping terrorists out is all the rage. Their eyes glaze over, and they start to foam at the mouth. To finish them off, you ask, what would Barry Goldwater do? Then, it's on to the next victim. It may be all too easy, but I never tire of it. Try it some time and see.


Blogger Big Daddy Malcontent said...

There's a downside to the Ron Paul phenomenon. To wit: Things have gotten sooooo bad that all you have to do is make a few honest remarks about the Patriot Act and Operation Blackwater and everyone to the left of Karl Rove is willing to overlook your white supremecist connections. Just as Bush has exploited the Jayzus crowd, Paul is exploiting the survivalist crowd. Although this makes for entertaining debate fodder, it does not make for good leadership. The same thing is happening with Gore. Oh, how short our memories are!

4:54 AM  
Blogger Pissedoffcabbie said...

True, that, but it's still amusing to watch someone shake things up like Ron Paul has.

There hasn't been this much fun in Washington since Grace Slick tried to dose everyone at Tricia Nixon's birthday party.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Paradise Driver said...

Border security. Yup, ol' Dubya signed a bill into law saying we are going to build this 750 miles long fence. Of course, there was no appropriation of funds for said construction. Most likely there never will be. Just a "smoke & mirrors" tactic.

6:29 PM  

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