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Monday, February 08, 2010

Ron Paul's White Money

Scott Shock
Silver Source Northwest

Dear Mr Shock,

As a fellow Republican activist and Teabagger-American, I support your efforts to replace the Federal Reserve's phony paper specie with real, honest-to-God silver. I'm particularly impressed with the quality of the silver coins you're introducing into our economy. Your George Bush and Dick Cheney "neocoins" are superb, and every Patriot-American should be using your Ron Paul and Jefferson Davis Dixie coins to purchase the .50 cal ammo they'll need to take out the Demislamunistofascists's socialist tanks and fighter jets.

After looking at the Paul and Jeff Davis coins, it occurred to me that they have a lot in common. That should be reflected in some way on the coins. Paul and Davis shared a hatred of blacks; their coins should share a reverse image illustrating that hatred.

The back of the Davis coin is already there with the stars and bars. It shouldn't be too hard to put the same image on the Paul coin. But you should also consider adding a Ron Paul quote about black people to the stars and bars design.

Here are a few quotes from Ron Paul's newsletter for your consideration:

"We are constantly told that it is evil to be afraid of black men, but it is hardly irrational. Black men commit murders, rapes, robberies, muggings, and burglaries all out of proportion to their numbers."

"Perhaps the L.A. experience should not be surprising. The riots, burning, looting, and murders are only a continuation of 30 years of racial politics."

"Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions."

"I think we can safely assume that 95% of the black males in that city are semi-criminal or entirely criminal."

Let me know if you need anymore help.

Heterosexually yours,

Gen. JC Christian, patriot

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  1. Scott Shock candidacy ... president of the board .. for a food cooperative ..

    Whoa. Co-operative?! WTF! Isn't that another word for Communist? And he wants to be on the State Executive Board for his local Republican Party?! Why bother with a co-op when you're mandated to push free-market everything?

    Something's amiss ...

    (Mind you, he probably has some worthwhile skills that Democrats could take advantage off...)

    NeoCon coins, oh brother...

  2. Hey... I resemble that remark!!

  3. I had thought the teabaggers were forgoing coins entirely in favor of commemorative plates as a form of currency.

    Additionally, they're doing away with paper for large bills in favor of hand painted black velvet.

  4. It would be interesting to toss Dick Cheney at the start of football games--lots of questions will be generated, like "how high will he go?" and "will he land on his head or butt?" and especially "what was he doing in the ref's pocket prior to launch?" "If he was smushed up against the zebra's johnny would he be greeted as a liberator?" That sort of thing.

    I ask a lot of questions. Always have.


  5. The stimulation of that coin you showed -- most of it was silver (which is almost white) but parts of it were in black. I won't say how wrong that is; the Paulist inscriptures do that well enough. If such coins do become our common currency, I suggest that the black parts be done in red. Red, the colour of the blood of patriots! Or the blood of anyone who gets in our way...

  6. General, Sir:

    I have heard that Mr. Paul says he didn't write none of that stuff; he says it was all done by some staffer. Maybe it's the same staffer who writes the diatribes he delivers in congress. Well, whatever, GOD knows he's got enough money to buy up a whole bunchathem coins--all of it from those fucking rubes who don't want the gummint takin' their money and not tellin' 'em what the hell they're doin' with it!

  7. Actually, Demo, as I understand it, Ron Paul has given two inconsistent explanations for the racist crap in his newsletters. First, he said the statements were “taken out of context,” which implies that he did, in fact, write those statements but that they’ve been misconstrued. Later, he said that there were other, unnamed contributors to the newsletters who may have written some of the offensive stuff.

    So, he never effectively denied being the author of that racist drivel. More to the point, he sent his newsletters out under his name – one was called, for example, “The Ron Paul Political Report” – and without crediting any other writer or editor. Which clearly implies he endorsed whatever they said, even if he didn’t write each and every article.

    And the media, during the 2008 campaign, never brought this up. Even Bill Maher, whom I generally like, would quote Paul all the time without ever acknowledging his racist past. Ron Paul is just a Republican Lyndon LaRouche. Period, end of story.

    So, in other words, fuck you, Ron Paul, you racist fuck.

  8. David von Ebers:

    I read that Paul actually said that he had written some of the things he wrote in a "scholarly, tongue in cheek" sort of way. Fuck him, he's a racist, a liar and a coward--he's gotta be a republican't.

    I see that one of his former staffers is the founder and chief facscrotum of "Oath Keepers", another dystopic group of fuckwads who are upset that they didn't get a pony after the last election. Fucking assholes with gunz.

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  10. 第一回合 said...

    I bet Ron Paul will claim he didn't say THAT, either!

  11. I cross posted this at my places. It is an excellent letter and an eye opening piece. I had no idea that Ron Paul was a racist. I never thought much about the guy, but I know any number of progressives who just love him. That makes him dangerous in my humble opinion.


We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.