You know, it’s difficult to dislike Rand Paul. He’s a charming, well-spoken, thoughtful Senator who has more than a little of the country gentleman about him. He is very strict in his reading of the Constitution, extremely limited in his …Continue reading →
One of the best comments about Ron Paul was sent to us some time ago by Bluesun, who forwarded us a comment that Ron Paul was a broken clock who was right 23 hours a day. The Ron Paul clock …Continue reading →
…but that doesn’t mean you’re supposed to call Castle G three times a day. The Doc reminds me that tomorrow is the Wisconsin primary, and as Castle Gormogon’s current location in this dimension is in Wisconsin*, that means we’ve been …Continue reading →
Stout-hearted reader JB writes in to prove that most Ron Paul supporters are not like yesterdays. Indeed, this more rational Ron Paul supporter easily writes in complete sentences. Actually, the note is very good: O Mighty Czar! Yes, Ron Paul …Continue reading →
As Ron Paul voters slowly realize that their hope for legalized drugs might have fared better with Buddy Roemer, they gnaw in their desperation. As we have seen many times, they lash out in their Libertarian intolerance at anything that …Continue reading →
With all the excitement over Mitt Romney quietly picking up Illinois, neatly folding it, and putting it away in a sideboard until needed in November, and with Rick Santorum giving a quasi-concession speech that is starting to cushion supporters he …Continue reading →
Trust us in our ability to predict things. But whats worse than the old Cassandra complex, in which you rail that no one believes your predictions until after they come true? When people tend not to listen, but then go …Continue reading →
Operative MC etches this secret message into a single oatmeal flake and slipped it into the Czars breakfast. It turned up the following morning. A STFU gun!Yeah, the “Japanese” invented it, wink wink nudge nudge, say no more. I love …Continue reading →
CNN hosted what they called the last debate of 2012. Promises! Except of course Oregon has one scheduled for March. Anyway, in the order they were seated at incredibly tiny tables, here is your debate roundup. Ron Paul was very …Continue reading →
Wow, thank goodness for audience participation. CNN allowed the crowd to jump in, and it was awesome when (a) Ron Paul led them in a call-response with Bicycle Built For Two, and (b) Rick Santorum had them conjugate amō, amās, …Continue reading →
Boring. None of the fire, really, of the weekend debate, but…eh, okay. So Mitt Romney is trying to be a little more tough guy, huh? Didnt work, and he made Newt Gingrich look confident. Santorum seemed tired and irritable again, …Continue reading →
Ai-yi-yi. Yi-yi-yi-yi. Despite some tweets we saw that spoke of boredom, the Czar thought tonights debate was killer. Darn nearly so, too. First question was to Newt Gingrich about his ex-wifes ABC News interview, and Gingrich blasted the moderator and …Continue reading →
Well, Rick Perry is out. Actually, he has been out for some time, but evidently our post yesterday convinced him to take this seriously. We can certainly understand him not endorsing Mitt Romney: the two governors are fundamentally opposed on …Continue reading →
The Czar has had a couple of requests over the last few months to skewer the Republican candidates to the same degree he has President Obama. Fair enough, although enough cumulative pixels have been spent here doing just that. So …Continue reading →
The Czar was interested to learn that tonight was the GOPs sixteenth presidential debate. Yikes. Anyhow, the five remaining candidates generally did well. Santorum, Gingrich, and Perry were strong, forceful, and explicit in their views. Romney seemed a little faltering …Continue reading →
Debate exists whether Democrats want Romney to run against Obama because Obama would beat him, or whether the polls are right that Romney would eke out a victory over Obama. A lot of very pro-Obama supporters are suddenly coming out …Continue reading →
Tonights was a most interesting debate, for many reasons. In short, nearly everybody did their best. Mitt Romney had some superb lines, Newt Gingrich gathered a lot of applause on some interesting topics, Michele Bachmann was on fire tonight with …Continue reading →
Maybe. If this election is the huge, historical deal it’s said to be, with either the ratification of the terminally debt-addicted redistributive, regulatory Leviathan or the last, best hope to reform it, it’s curious that the GOP, as home of …Continue reading →
The Czar admits he was surprised. Usually when you write something scathing about Ron Paul, you get mail. This gem was not what he expected. Dear Mr. Dread and Powerful The Czar, In regards to Ron Paul, Attack Cartoons a …Continue reading →
So why does Ron Paul continually insist that Iran is a threat to nobody, that their nuclear intentions are peaceful, and that the Taliban have never once attacked America outside of Afghanistan? Because any possibility that Iran is a threat, …Continue reading →
So let us see if we understand this correctly. Michele Bachmann is against vaccinations, maybe, because some random stranger went up to her and claimed one caused mental retardation. The Czar is pained to say it, but this is not …Continue reading →
The Czar watched the debate this evening with millions of other Americans (at least until Top Gear came on, which to be frank, was one of the funniest episodes they have ever done). Overall, there was not much more on …Continue reading →
Ah, the end of summer: baseball is winding down, kids are going back to school, and the media starts to ridicule conservatives for things they say. We all know how the game works: when Democrats say stupid things, its because …Continue reading →
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