1,939 responses to “Jack Hunter: Why Rand Was Right to Endorse Romney”

  1. sleedolfine15

    Now there’s that authoritarian temperment. Your false dichotomy of conservative fascist vs a liberal communist shows a that you lack a sense of perspective and without that–libertarian or not you are capable of anything–including the concentration camp. None of those conservative judges want to outlaw homosexuality or birth control. They probably would view those issues as tenth amendment ones,proper only for the states to decide.

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  2. MrSeriouslynot

    Wow, i did not realize.. so many negative votes. LOL, Do those people whom supported RP even understand the PRINCIPLES of being a libertarian such as the right for each to make their own choices in life. Rand does not equal Ron. Haha And I am not even a libertarian myself.

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  3. HazelHusky

    “Regulate our personal diet” i’m sorry, where do those conservative judges stand on homosexuality and birth control? Oh right they want to outlaw them. I’m gay and i’m libertarian. There’s absolutely no reason why I should trust a conservative fascist over a liberal communist.
    So you don’t think that politicians who vote for the suspension of habeas corpus or the MURDERING OF CIVILIANS or gun confiscation or bailouts or the violation of OUR privacy rights should not be in thrown in jail?

    »crosslinked«

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  4. HazelHusky

    There’s a difference between compromising and voting for Mitt mother fucking Romney. A compromise would be the FairTax or school vouchers or legalizing but taxing pot.
    I’m not a purist. I believe in cost/benefit analysis and gradualism. I do not however believe in supporting someone like Obama I MEAN Romney I MEAN both. I’m a libertarian. Fascists don’t get my support.

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  5. APeacefulSpecies

    Ron wasn’t with them, and look at all HIS support. If Rand Had stayed with the movement he would get their support and it would KEEP GROWING, I see NO LOGIC in Rand endorsing Romney.

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  6. sleedolfine15

    Obviously Napolitano would be the best,but Obama’s idea of a good judge is Elena Kagan who is on record saying that congress has the constitutional right to regulate our personal diet for our own good..Now,that’s fascism,not what the 4 conservatives now on the Court advocates.. There is a narrow mindedness,a authoritarian air to your comment that is quite unlibertarian. I can easily see you saying to your adversaries ” to the concentration camp–go!”

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  7. ray barra

    Rand’s sin is he’s a dumb motherf*cker. Ron’s sin is not taking the delegates when they’re there.Haha. Ron, your son might be an idiot, but you were supposed to be smart, and now you just look like a shill, buddy. Ron, you need to come out and address this filth. thanks bud!

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  8. HazelHusky

    Romney makes John Kerry look consistent. Alito? Scalia? Roberts? those are fascists. I want judges like Andrew Napolitano.
    Just because I don’t like Obama I MEAN Romney I MEAN both does not make me a conspiracy theorist. Just a year ago pro-war neocons said the same thing about Obama I MEAN Romney I MEAN both.
    I’m voting for someone who’s actually qualified to be president (Gary Johnson). Regardless of results I want the two parties and their candidates to suffer. They need to be behind bars.

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  9. ed12261972

    There is no right reason to endorse a Religious Cultist that greatly favors the financially elite in this country and that wants to re-enact the Mountain Meadows Massacre and basically take this country back to what it was in the year 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts.

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  10. jneil2007

    Why Rand Paul was right to endorse the corrupt establishment by Jack Hunter.

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  11. zapproowsdower

    RAND IS NOT, NOR EVER WAS, A LIBERTARIAN.

    He never sold out because he never bought in. Get it yet? It’s not a big deal, just some famous schmuck (who just happens to be related by blood to the Real Deal) endorsing another famous schmuck.

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  12. Sonjaslostson

    This actually makes sense.

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  13. temp9747

    ok…..this started making sense around 2:50 in

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  14. TheAngryarchangel

    the only good thing that would come from this is if dr paul runs third party. i think that dr paul knew it would come down to a third party run, and if so, then this would be a classic rope-a-dope, which would be awesome!

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  15. sleedolfine15

    Your comment received a lot of negatives votes. That’s proof that you are sensible person.

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  16. sleedolfine15

    You wouldn’t lasted very long at the Constitutional Convention. The place was filled with compromise.

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  17. sleedolfine15

    Are you five years old?

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  18. sleedolfine15

    No,the problem are those who don’t understand how things are done in the real world.

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  19. sleedolfine15

    It’s the only game in town and the only peaceful path to power.

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  20. sleedolfine15

    Yes,he would lose the childish immature half and..good riddence.

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  21. originaLkomatoast

    True.

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  22. Lolp821

    Doesn’t matter, he has pissed a lot of people off and people will remember it.

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  23. sleedolfine15

    Classy.

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  24. sleedolfine15

    Rand Paul is not selling out,but working within the system and as for Ron his retirement might have something to do with the fact that he is 76 years old.

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  25. HandyMan101

    His voting record involves economic warfare against iran.

    An endorsement for Romney is a vote.
    He said he will also campaign for Romney.

    sorry dude, he sold out bad.

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  26. TrueGreatness73

    Lopsided thinking. Please tell me you are not that dumb!!!

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  27. mckheu

    OUR MOVEMENT ? SA , My movement is full of people who stick to principle , and who don’t Play the corrupt political game , it is when you play it you feed it

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  28. MeTubeu333

    FUCK RAND FK PAUL! NO MORE MONEY! NO MORE MONEY! BILDERBERGS!!!!!!!

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  29. Drac39

    The liberty movement is not exclusive to the Paul’s and if it is to be a viable force in the future the followers must see it.

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  30. rreemer

    Nice idea. But it doesn’t matter what anyone thinks or says. Rand Paul is not even close to the man Ron Paul is and its uncomfortable to watch.

    ps. given what’s about to happen to the economy I wouldn’t make too many predictions about 2016

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  31. mysliwya

    we dont have till 2016 were screwed with Obama or Romney

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  32. myjuicemike

    Because they threaten to kill him if he didn’t. Just that simple. Rand is a pussy.

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  33. rjpcambridge

    tool

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  34. ggkkkgkgkkgkgkg

    Or we take the seats in the house like the Nazi party did and force healthy change and then are defeated by other zionist controlled government nations and our children along with the world are taught that we did horrible unspeakable things by the controlled educational/social science system created by the very people who control our nation now. Fuck, this world is blind…

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  35. joepeeler34

    I agree, but Rand didn’t “break” from any of us. His philosophy hasn’t changed, and his voting record won’t either.

    Some of the people in the movement want someone who is throwing Molotov cocktails at identity Republicans all the time. If the point is to win most of these people over, why would we ever insult them? Sure, we can offer better solutions and gently disagree with them, but there is no need to kick sand in their faces out of spite.

    Gestures like endorsements are small fry.

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