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Conspiracy is in the eye of the beholder

Conspiracy is in the eye of the beholder

“Some people are much more into conspiracies” …

And in an attempt to prove there is no conspiracy, Paul has just released an ad attacking everyone, his first attack on Romney since Iowa (aka The Stone Ages).


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What happened, did Paul get some negative feedback about working with Romney from the Paulbots and needed to prove his street cred to them?

The attack on Romney is coordinated, orchestrated and designed to provide cover for Ron Paul, who is working behind the scenes to acquire a powerful position in Romney’s cabinet.

Which is a good thing, actually. Eliminate the Fed. Eliminate the Dept of Education. For starters.

Knock the ears off Yoda and he looks like Ron Paul. Ever seen a photo of the two together? Me neither. Not sayin’, just sayin’…

    LukeHandCool in reply to Henry Hawkins. | February 29, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    Yep. Take Samantha on “Bewitched” and her evil double, or Jeannie on “I Dream of Jeannie” and her evil double … there’s a bit of difference. Paul and Yoda? Don’t even bother splitting the screen. Just merge the two images.

    Only difference? Yoda would fight his enemies. He wasn’t crazy.

“Some people are much more into conspiracies”

Hmmmmm isn’t that like the pot calling the kettle black?

Just to chime in on who Paul reminds me of….

Walter from Jeff Dunham… check it out!!

“Conspiracy is in the eye of the beholder”

In Paul’s case, I thought it was in his fevered lil’ head…

Rasmussen’s poll is the latest done on the election and finds that 54 percent of likely Wisconsin voters at least somewhat approve of the governor’s job, while 46 percent somewhat disapprove. He does good with independents, as 58 percent approve of his performance. The telephone poll of 500 likely voters conducted Monday shows a pro-Walker move, coming days after a Public Policy Polling survey conducted February 22-26 that found the state divided 49 percent-49 percent on the recall.

Helping Walker has been the state’s improving budget, according to a Rasmussen analysis. A victory in the recall would be a huge blow to liberal union groups who’ve made the Republican governor the GOP posterboy for union busting.

Rush is saying that McCain (paraphrasing here) said he doesn’t think Romney can pull off a win because him and Santorum alienated too many with their attacks on each other and now Paul is dreging up old attack ads on Romney.

This is getting interesting:)

The only reason I would not vote for Romney in general is if he puts a Paul on the ticket.

I don’t trust this little weasel one bit.

What Paul needs is more newsletters.

Paul has been too busy filling out those extra expense reports to run anti Romney ads.

Ron Paul always looks to me like he’s on happy juice.