Gotta hand it to Ron Paul. He can sound perfectly reasonable at the debates, but not before reverting to his inner paranoid psycho nutball when the media's looking the other way. As Rachel said, "gotta know your audience," something the fake Manchurian candidate breaking into Chinese before a terrified Republican audience has yet to learn from the real Manchurian candidate. Away from the media glare, Paulie sneaked into a small Iowa town and, as reported by our intrepid progressive media keeping close tabs on the paleo-psycho-libertine, proceeded to try scaring the bejeezus outta them:
Meanwhile, Paulie's scrubbed the gay-bashing pastor's endorsement from his website but isn't celebrating that other one he's received lately? Note to political items collectors: keep an eye out for "Hookers For Paul" buttons; I guarantee it'll be a hot item of increasing value."Ron Paul stood before a crowded public library conference room here and warned the packed house that the United Nations is coming to take their land and that America is this close to riots in the streets against a government that is becoming more and more like a dictatorship.
Though he was well-received, these two classic Paulisms fell somewhat flat.
This was vintage Paul, the kind of fear of the one-world government and terror over the Amero (North American currency conspiracy) that has been a fixture of Paul’s persona on the national stage."