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Ronbots Unite, Ron Paul Detractors Still Don't Get It

So, Iím a Ronbot. According to certain denizens of the web lurking in their shadowy corners of the blogosphere, there are many of us Ronbots out there, but not too many. No, if there were too many if us, if we were more than say one or two percent of the population, then that would shatter the world view of some of these Internet denizens. We are a small Ronbot army, somehow controlled by this mystical deity and granted the magical ability to be able to hijack Internet, phone and other polls meant to give viewers of debates a voice of who won said debate. Come to think of it, according to some pundits, there are only a few of us who are very smart and know how to spam these polls. Ok, ok, I admit it, Iím the only real Ron Paul supporter and Iíve been creating all this hubbub and spam on my old turbo charged Atari 800 computer.

But seriously, think about this term Ronbot for a minute.

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Added: Oct-3-2007 
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  • I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason.

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  • KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases, and create more terrorists.

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  • theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases, and create more terrorists.[/quot More..

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  • You guys out there that seem to think that going into other countries to destroy the terrorists will actually work are the same people who will be first in line to run away when the draft comes back.

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  • rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases, and create more te More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    My guess is you are a soldier, or a wannabee soldier, thus not trained to think, in fact trained not to think. What do you think killing 1,000,000 Iraqis does? Create friends? What an airhead.

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  • rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases, and create more te More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    One more thing you dumb s---. There was no Al Qaeda in Iraq until we went in. I really wouldn't mind sending you to Iraq though, for the cause of raising America's average IQ level.

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  • theexcogitator: "
    rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bas More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    My guess is you are a soldier, or a wannabee soldier, thus not trained to think, in fact trained not to think. What do you think killing 1,000,000 Iraqis does? Create friends? What an airhead. "
    Where do you get your stats from? The Corn flakes box. I love it when idiots quote imaginary sources. WE when in there because Saddam would not disarm or let us verify it. Between him and the terrorist have kill men women and kids inthe name of radical islam. We in turn have kill them. Now all the numbers compile so far is by far less than you accuse us of doing, which only makes you the illiterate fool thinking he can add.

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  • rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases, and create more te More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    Yes, I believe it. Have you read the 9/11 Commission Report. They didn't attack us for our FREEDOMS.

    It's called 'blowback.'

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  • theexcogitator: "
    rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bas More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    One more thing you dumb s---. There was no Al Qaeda in Iraq until we went in. I really wouldn't mind sending you to Iraq though, for the cause of raising America's average IQ level."
    If you remember we went after al queda because they were protecting bin laden, so it only stands to reason that when we were in the neighborhood they would still keep trying to get at us. With the help of Iran and Syria the al queda gets arms, bomb materials and vast supply of idiots to attack us. But enough of the history lesson it won't sink in that if we wasn't fight them there they would attack us here. IQ? Your the one that wants to vote for Paul, who isn't even honorable mention for a lead candidate.

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  • uncle saddam: "
    rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up more permanent bases More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    Yes, I believe it. Have you read the 9/11 Commission Report. They didn't attack us for our FREEDOMS.

    It's called 'blowback.'"
    WTF are talking about... go ahead and blow some more.

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  • rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    rich801: "
    theexcogitator: "
    KiLBurn: "I agree with most of what Ron Paul stands for, The one thing I take issue with him is he sounds like he would withdraw the troops in Iraq. I won't vote for him for that reason."
    Better that we would go on setting up permanent bases there, spending more billions, creating more terrorists, so that when we get attacked again, we have a "reason" to go into Iran and spend more billions, set up mor More..
    Do you really believe all that gibberish? Sounds like you've got the never ending circle all figured out. Too bad it doesn't make much sense. I guess you want us to hide here and wait for the next 911. No wonder you are a Paul fan. He makes no sense either.. "
    My guess is you are a soldier, or a wannabee soldier, thus not trained to think, in fact trained not to think. What do you think killing 1,000,000 Iraqis does? Create friends? What an airhead. "
    Where do you get your stats from? The Corn flakes box. I love it when idiots quote imaginary sources. WE when in there because Saddam would not disarm or let us verify it. Between him and the terrorist have kill men women and kids inthe name of radical islam. We in turn have kill them. Now all the numbers compile so far is by far less than you accuse us of doing, which only makes you the illiterate fool thinking he can add."
    1. it's not our job to verify womd, that's what the united nations are for, let them make those disions. 2. there have no womd found in iraq at all, not a one. 3. osama bin ladin escaped in the the hills of pakistan, and we never stepped foot in that country yet. so, tell me numb nuts, who got their stats from a corn flake box.

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  • Rich801, Get a clue dude! You regurgitate what you are fed and it shows. Have some humility and switch up your brain diet to include some history books. Or for starters you can check out Steven Kinzer's book "Overthrow" or scope out a few by Michale Parenti. Hell anything for you at this point could help bring some balance to your world view, as it is you that is the sounding like a "Bot" (no offense)

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  • i thought i was the only ronbot

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  • Zipthump: "i thought i was the only ronbot"
    you're not

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  • There is a lot I do not know about Mr Paul. It is not clear to me that he would necessarily be a "beacon of liberty" to the world. It just encourages me that he seems to desire establishment of leadership, rather than conquest, as the basis of the presidency.

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