Friday, June 19, 2009

Top 11 Bipartisan Resolutions Ron Paul Would Vote Against

Ron Paul holds the distinction of being the only member of the House of Representatives to vote against a measure expressing support for democracy in Iraq. Here are some other bipartisan measures Ron Paul would have trouble supporting:

11. Resolved: puppies are cute
10. Resolved: ice cream tastes good
9. Resolved: Abraham Lincoln was a good President
8. Resolved: parliamentary procedure is boring
7. Resolved: the Federal Reserve is a legitimate organization
6. Resolved: the sun rises in the east and set in the west
5. Resolved: Barbara Boxer should not ask generals to refer to her as “Her Royal Senator Smarty-Smart”
4. Resolved: Tiger Woods is a pretty good golfer
3. Resolved: the US Constitution is not unconstitutional
2. Resolved: the sale of nuclear arms to private citizens should be restricted by the government
1. Resolved: Ron Paul is an attention whoring whack-job


Blogger John said...

You're right, he wouldn't support any of them, as they are not the business or jurisdiction of Congress.

Having once been a skeptic of him myself, I urge you to reconsider and look at how spot on his analysis has been for decades.

11:29 AM  

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