The Needle And The Damage Done

So long as Rick Perry, the farm animal, is in the race, Ayn Rand Paul will not be the stupidest person running for president in 2016.

He is, however, clearly the candidate who most believes the American people are stupid.

For with his penchant for making and then unmaking scarypolicy statements, and with the dizzying speed and randomness of the neutrinos disappearing into the supermassive black hole in the farm animal’s cabeza, Ayn Rand Paul apparently believes Americans are clueless simpletons who cannot remember a single thing from one day to the next. In short, he believes they are all Fox viewers.

Take his fabled dronathon. In March of 2013 Paul took to the floor of the Senate for a 13-hour “filibuster” opposing the nomination of John Brennan to head the CIA. During which he several times wept and moaned and rended his garments about drones.

It was farcical, to anyone who had ever paid any real attention to the man, to believe that Ayn Rand Paul actually opposed drones. And indeed he does not. As his subsequent comments made very plain. For, like his father, Ron “Rugs” Paul, Ayn Rand Paul is a noted hater of black people. And drones could prove very useful in killing such people. As Paul acknowledged, less than a month later, in April:

“I’ve never argued against any technology being used when you have an imminent threat, an active crime going on,” Paul said. “If someone comes out of a liquor store with a weapon and fifty dollars in cash, I don’t care if a drone kills him or a policeman kills him.”

You see, the Ayn Rand Paul “filibuster” was never about drones. It was not even about Brennan. It was about hating the black man. This was clear through Paul’s many giggling references—three in less than five minutes on the Sean Klannity radio show—to the fact that his “filibuster” was the longest one to occupy the Senate since black-killer Strom Thurmond’s ass24-hour jihad against the Civil Rights Act of 1957. The Civil Rights Act that black-hater Ayn Rand Paul opposes to this day.

Having succeeded in such breathtaking wonderments as embracing and then eschewing drones in less than a month, Ayn Rand Paul has now greatly accelerated his mendacity, so that he feels perfectly free to say one thing, and then the opposite other, in less than 24 hours.

On Monday, he told CNBC that vaccines can turn children into vegetables. “I have heard,” he warned darkly, “of many tragic cases of walking, talking normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines.”

Today—Tuesday—he towed a New York Times reporter into a doctor’s office, and there received a booster shot for Hepatitis A.

“I did not say vaccines caused disorders, just that they were temporally related—I did not allege causation,” Paul lied.

Ayn Rand Paul’s father, the crackpot slave-holder and Hebrew-fearer Pawn Rawl, is a sincerely demented nutbag, who truly believes the screaming meemies that bubble up into his brain and then burble out of his mouth.

His son, however, is a craven, shameless, cowardly hack, who will say anything, do anything, so long as he believes it may place him in the White House. And who believes the American people are just stupid enough to put him there.

And now, for old time’s sake, some true high art, a short video that perfectly and precisely captures all that Pawn Rawl is:

2 Responses to “The Needle And The Damage Done”

  1. 1 sally February 6, 2015 at 5:07 pm

    okay, the two of them are total lunatics, but I am more frightened by all those followers cheering for them. It may be possible to keep the two crazies contained, but what can we do about all those others –aggghhhh.

    • 2 bluenred February 6, 2015 at 7:59 pm

      Plenty of people liked George Wallace, too. We just had to ride them out. Of course, some of them are today among those genuflecting before the Pauls . . . .

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