Breaking! Paulnuts Pull Stupid Stunt

Paulnuts are the best reflection of how asinine Ron Paul is. After all, the common thread between all the groups that support him – conspiracy theorists, drug legalizers, neo-Nazis, pro-Jihadis – is that they’re kooks. If everyone supporting you is a kook chances are your message is a bit kooky.

But give these guys credit. They braved the “chemtrails” that the Illuminati are using in conjunction with vaccines and flouride to cause autism, make men gay and bring about a New World Order!

From the unintentionally hilarious conspiracy kooks Freedom’s Phoenix:

GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. — It’s deflated now, but a Ron Paul hot air balloon along the side of Interstate 85 caused traffic to slow down Thursday morning.The balloon could be seen from a South Carolina Department Of Transportation camera.

DOT officials say the balloon had Ron Paul’s name on it.People looking at the balloon slowed down around Pelham Road in Greenville County causing a four-mile backup at one point.SC Department of Public Safety spokesman Sid Gaulden told News 4 that the South Carolina Highway Patrol asked the operator of the hot air balloon, Remus Toppeta of Greer, to take it down because it was causing a hazard.

Click Here for link to short video clip

I linked to that site because in the comments you’ll see a comment that is word for word posted into the WYFF story. It’s almost like the Ron Paul cult is organized online in forums and operates a lot like the Lyndon LaRouche cult. That’s why I’m stocking up on ammo – when Paul doesn’t get the nomination they’ll gather at his temple where Paul will make the same speech James Earl Jones did at the end of Conan the Barbarian. The Day of Doom will be upon us!


23 Responses to “Breaking! Paulnuts Pull Stupid Stunt”

  1. mah29001 on January 20th, 2012 12:36 am

    I caught someone like Glen Bradley, a North Carolina state representative of the wRONg Paul campaign purposely encouraging Paul supporters online to spam any anti-Paul article that’s critical of Paul in any manner or form.

    I really think there are high elements within Campaign for Liberty that are doing this on purpose. Look at any anti-Paul articles on, they easily get over 400 plus comments from Paul Qaedan Paulbots.

  2. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 10:19 am

    Writing like the above post and comments like the previous one, and you think we (Ron Paul supporters) and all conspiracy theorists?

    Hey Rob, How is Perry doing in this race…

    I respect the intent but there you go again with the generalized insults.

  3. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 1:03 pm

    On Red Alerts I covered the Paul campaign in 2008, including when Paul staff posted on Stromfront for support, when a Paul supporter carved an O in her own forehead and tried to frame Obamunists and when pro-rape, yes pro-rape, activists endorsed America’s favorite gynecologist. How about this, you find me three Paul supporters who don’t do drugs, belive America is run by the Illuminati or similar group, won’t side with communists like OWS and Code Pink, aren’t vaxers, truthers or chemtrailers and I’ll vote for Paul in Saturday’s primary.

    I also see you haven’t disavowed this stupid and dangerous stunt. Here’s another one for you to chew on – the Paulnut who is a L.A. County GOP district chair is openly anti-semtiic, a truther and co-produced a pro-suicide bombing documentary. I’m betting no Paulnut’s ever taken her to task for it.

    What’s up with that?

  4. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 3:17 pm

    Three? Easy enough. The simplest three to choose would be myself, my brother, and my mother. But since you can’t really varify that. I would hope you could take my word for it, but let’s add 4 SC lawmakers
    Senator Tom Davis:
    Senator Daniel B. Verdin:
    Senator Lee Bright:
    Senator Kevin Bryant:

    From :

    I respect Senator Verdin particularly.

    Senator DeMint has also supported several, but not all, of Ron Paul’s policies and positions though has reserved the option to not endorse any one individual.


    Yes, Paul has some stange, odd, pot smoking supporters. I think the same could be said of most politicians. I think the same could be said of you. I will happily disavowe anyone that is anti-semetic and/or a jihadist. Paul is certainly neither of those things.

    I understand that inflammitory statements may help drive people to visit your sites, but please don’t exaggerate the truth and expect intelligent readers to miss what you are doing. Also, please do more than just cherry pick examples that fit your views.

    I challenge you to find a Ron Paul supporter that you find intelligent and informed and tell us about that. Feel free to include your disgreement and opinions.

  5. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 3:19 pm

    It that sufficiant? I provided several individuals that I believe qualify under your criteria. Will you now honor your statement and vote for Ron Paul Saturday?

  6. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 3:22 pm

    And how about adding this video to a post.

  7. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:24 pm

    You linked to Prison Planet while trying to claim you’re not a conspiracy theorist? Really?

  8. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:25 pm

    I mean Prison Planet? If you aren’t a conspiracy theorist why would you be on that site again?

  9. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:27 pm

    Also – I notice you didn’t provide evidence these particular people weren’t degenerates. I’d remind you the SC GOP are the same scum who tried to tank Nikki Haley with lies about banging her and have a platform that calls for the banning of pornography. SO it’s not a given that local GOP officials aren’t weirdos. Let’s see statements from these Paulnuts disavowing antisemitism, trutherism etc.

    And Prison Planet? Seriously?

  10. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:36 pm

    Danny Verdin attended Bob Jones – but has yet to speak out about Bob Jones unconstitutional policy of not allowing interracial dating of students. He’s also a neo-Confederate.

  11. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:43 pm

    Kevin Bryant is a big government social con – I’m surprised you think he’s a good example of reasonable people since he promoted the legislation of morality which I thought was something we both agreed on. Bryant is a kook and for all his moralizing has never come out against the left leaning GOP smears on our governor even though he knows they aren’t true.

  12. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:48 pm

    Lee Bright ran against cronyism yet gave his cronies cushy jobs – at taxpayer expense – in return for donations to his campaign.

    He’s as corrupt as they come. I assume he was paid off by the Paulnuts.

  13. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:55 pm

    As for Tom Davis – I was at the first two Greenville Tea Parties and Tom Davis was not the “leader” of anything. That he is now pretending to be the spokesman for the Tea Party while defending the business as usual lefty SC GOP is disgusting.

    None of these people are decent – and none have shown any indication of rejecting the Paulnut tendency to embrace scumbags. Next.

  14. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 3:55 pm

    And Prison Planet? Really?

  15. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 4:05 pm

    I read the article about the 4 senators endorsements from another site but prison planet appeared in the google search for “ron paul south carolina endorsement” Regardless of other content of the site, which I did not read, the endorsement is accurate. Here is a WYFF link:

    Tim Scott seems to have recanted and decided not to endorse anyone.

    I didn’t say any of them were perfect, but they don’t seem to be vaxers, truthers, and chemtrailers.

    I support your blog and Ron Paul. What do you say about that?

    As much as you bring to light the dirt on local media, politicians, and other government activities, I am suprised that you don’t know Paul’s position better, even if you don’t agree with him.

    I have already stated that I don’t read prison planet. Reading prison plan implies that one is a conspiracy theorist? Is that like reading a comic book makes you a superhero or reading a religion’s holy book makes you a practitioner of that religion? “Really?”

  16. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 4:06 pm

    As an aside, I mostly like it here. Thanks for the site.

  17. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 4:19 pm

    Yes, reading Prison Planet means you’re a conspiracy theorist – it’s a conspiracy theorist site. It’s like belonging to a Storefront forum means you are White Nationalist, or reading comic books as an adult makes you a nerd. There’s nothing on those sites that don’t appeal to various scum.

    I was a Libertarian for many years when I was young – when Paul was one. I remember him at a Libertarian convention praising the Soviet Union (one of the things that drove me out of the Libertarian party), so please – I know Paul better than any of his 20-something supporters.

  18. Abraham Iker on January 20th, 2012 6:38 pm

    Of course reading something makes you a believer of it’s message… unless you have the ability to think for yourself. I would argue that I do.

    What was he praising the Soviets for, specifically?

  19. Rob Taylor on January 20th, 2012 8:41 pm

    Don’t be disingenuous. Using PP as a legitimate source is what you did. The idea that you read a site that’s aimed at conspiracy kooks but only do it “to think for yourself” is like Pete Townsend claiming he was doing research.

    In 91 or 92 Paul (falsely) claimed the Soviet Union provided more freedom for citizens because they didn’t have centralized planning (nonsense) unlike evil America. Around the same time he called Reagan a warmonger.

    He also says he’ll consider appointing a Democratic Socialist of America caucus member (Dennis Kucinich) to his cabinet.

    When I was a Libertarian the party in NY started palling around with the Green Party and another Marxist group – another reason I bolted. In fact in NY all Libertarians had to register as Democrats because we were a wing of the Democratic party. We were leftists.

    Since you like thinking for yourself mull that over for a while.

  20. Abraham Iker on January 23rd, 2012 3:03 pm

    I was not being disingenuous. I don’t read prison planet. I stated earlier that I was looking for my original source and found that one first. Do you plan mad libs with the comments before you reply? I never said that I read it to think for myself. I specifically said I didn’t read it. I said I don’t believe everything I read, because I do think for myself.

    I wouldn’t consider myself an expert on Dennis Kucinich, but what what I read, I appreciate his efforts to impeach Cheney and Bush for lying about Iraq’s WMD and other things. He was siting the consitution on that, but he also wanted to ban civilian handgun ownership which is protected by the same constitution. So not perfect, but I am unclear as to why you feel it could shine a disapproving light on Paul if the was a memeber of the cabinet. By the way, if you read the article well you might have noticed it was a “quip” about appointing him to the “Dept. of Peace.” I believe the comment was intended to be humerous.

    I watched the video and he praises the Soviets for regecting centralized planning. Many libertarians think centralized planning is too much government involvement. I have never seen a source that quoted Ron as saying the US is evil. You are exaggerating again.

    You don’t seem to have weighed in on the the comment that I support your blog and Ron Paul. You have also not commented on accepting my challenge to find a Ron Paul Supporter you respect.

  21. Rob Taylor on January 23rd, 2012 3:26 pm

    I’ll “weigh in” in now since you need to hear it but since I’m actually working I’ll keep it brief:

    You were being disingenuous by claiming I was saying reading any material means you agree with it. Prison Planet is like child porn – you know what it is, that it’s wrong, and there’s too many people that go there and pretend they don’t. You know who Alex Jones is and you know how to link to legitimate sources. You also are being offensive by pretending I’m too stupid to know why you were at Prison Planet.

    I run a business so I don’t spend a lot of time arguing in the comments. I need to make money not points about this or that.

    Dennis Kucinich is literally a communist who wants to dismantle our 2nd Amendment rights but I need to explain to you why him being in a Paul cabinet is a deal breaker?

    Bush and Cheney acting on faulty intelligence provided not just by the CIA but the UN, England and Iraqi dissidents isn’t “lying” though I was in NYC when Code Pink and World Can’t Wait started making up that charge. Both by the way are arms of the Workers World Party. By the way, nerve gas and caustic agents were found in Iraqi shells but since it wasn’t a nuke no one cared. But this agents were used on our soldiers in the first Gulf war and on Iranians in the Iran/Iraq war.

    Paul praised the Soviet Union for having the localized planning that is included in the Soviet Constitution – which he knew was false, that the communists were a totalitarian society.

    Paul claims Al-Qaeda has legitimate grievances for example – but Osama bin Ladin’s own words in an interview prior to 9/11 is that our sin is not bowing to Islam and submitting to Wahhabism which makes us evil. Paul claims we kill civilians on purpose, that we were bombing Iraqi “for ten years” before the Iraq war (which is untrue) etc. These all posit America is the bad guy. We’re not.

    I don’t need to weigh in on “challenges” about who reads my blogs.Frankly if you don’t click my ads you don’t really support my blog so let’s not pretend you’re doing me a favor by reading this and I owe you this or that.

    As I said I’m working so I’m not going to sift through Paul endorsements and say “I like this guy’s view on this” or whatever. I don’t, in fact, need to respect anyone. I am polite enough to you and you’re a Paulnut – so why does it matter that I find a Paulnut I “respect” which is something people earn over years of association and good deeds?

    You youngtsers throw around the word respect but you’ve got absolutely no respect for others.

  22. Abraham Iker on January 23rd, 2012 4:05 pm

    You talk about respect and you are disrespecting me. I have been completely respectful of you and you say “You’ve not absolutely no respect for others.” You don’t know me, so don’t pretend to. Suggesting your blog to others is the form or support I was referring to.

    You likely don’t care about losing readers that are Paul supporters. However I would like to say that due to your indirect and direct disrespect of me I will no longer read or refer readers to your blog. Good luck with your future endeavors.

  23. Rob Taylor on January 23rd, 2012 5:19 pm

    You mean you’ll stop reading because I won’t join your cult. Since this site is a strong supporter of law and order I highly doubt you were here doing anything but trying to recruit for Paul

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