Ron Paul: Santorum Is “Super-Involved in Conspiracy Theories” (Video)

Ron Paul let Rick Santorum have it tonight on FOX News. The Texas Congressman said this about the rumors that he was working with the Romney Campaign,

“The last thing I’ve done is talk to Mitt Romney. Besides he wouldn’t talk to me about that. That’s just fiction and its mostly been promoted by I guess by somebody who’s super involved in conspiracy theories. That’s Santorum doing that but it doesn’t make any sense at all that that would be the case. And, my son can take care of himself.”

Ouch.

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  • retire05

    Crazy Uncle Ron Paul has a lot of audacity talking about anyone else and conspiracy theories considering who he hangs out with (Alex Jones, for one). And Ron Paul was the one to first make the claim that Rick Perry belongs to the Bilderbergers, when all Perry did was give a speech at their conference, much as did John Bolton and Margaret Thatcher.

    Can’t wait for that doddering old idiot to retire.

  • FurryGuy

    Well, Ron Paul can speak from extensive experience about conspiracies since many of his base are froot loopy conspiracy whackos themselves.

  • bg

    ++

    Ron Paul is super involved with George Soros and Barney
    Frank
    who are in super cahoots with Barack Obama et al..

    [Ron Paul proposed to put a bunch of Soros funded think tank experts in charge of dismantling the US military. Think about that for a moment. And then think about it again. Ron Paul supporters can see conspiracies in a glass of water, can they see anything wrong with this picture? Can they see anything wrong with having a man from a group that was investigated for its Communist ties in the driver’s seat on national defense?]

    ==

  • Nancy

    This guy has enough conspiracy theories to fill a book. He isn’t exactly in a position to criticize.

  • newrouter

    takes one to know one

  • Spider

    His denying the conspiracy, sounds like part of the conspiracy.

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  • myohmy

    Obnoxious old man. Spent thirty years in Congress with nothing to shows just double billing taxpayers. You will never be president. Please, retire.

  • bg

    ++

    talks like a pot head, serious circular thought processing going on there,
    he’s the ultimate hyocrite, always talking out both sides of his mouth..

    ==

  • FurryGuy

    The old kook is all for conspiracies until one surfaces about him. Then he’s Mr. Innocent. *spit*

  • Missy8s

    Alex Jones is the Huggies Man’s biggest supporter, ’nuff said.

  • Oh well call it a night. Another McLame just won the MI primary.

  • Sparky

    Why is this loon still in the race? Better question is why are people still voting for this loon?

  • thebronze

    Says the 9/11 Truther…

  • Well, RonPaul is an expert on conspiracy theories…

  • Joanna Works

    LOL nice answer Dr.Paul, though I believe you said it better in the CNN interview.

  • Jeremy

    Ron Paul is the only one in the race who will actually change anything. People who call him crazy listen too much to the media. Try an intelligent argument, sheeple.

  • SturJen

    #17 Jeremy – Well, we knew we’d get one of those Paul-huggers in eventually. I’ve read his stuff: I get his take on foreign policy. Problem is, it won’t work. Isolationism has not worked before, it will not work now. I know what the problem is and Paul is not the answer. The solution takes a lot more ….~ah~…. BALLS than anyone in politics can muster these days.

    As to conspiracy theories, well this whole circus called the GOP nomination can be called on big conspiracy theory. If this is the best that the GOP can muster to run against O’Bummer, we are all in trouble.

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  • clarityrising

    “Hello Kettle, my name is Pot. You certainly are black.”

  • paz

    Yea neocon slaves to the federal reserve, keep denying the creature at Jekyll Island. Keep pushin’ those social issues. It’ll give Obama an even wider margin of victory.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Ron Paul: Santorum Is “Super-Involved in Conspiracy Theories”

    So sayeth the biggest wackjob of all.

  • bg

    ++

    here’s a conspiracy for you..

    not to mention these (missing video link) & much more..

    oh yeah, Obama just walked out of the dark into the light
    of the presidency, talk about conspiracies, oh wait.. /sarc/

    ==

  • FurryGuy

    *sigh* Mr. Hoft just had to rattle the cage of the dormant RonBots. The last few weeks have been soooooo quiet without them drooling and foaming at the mouth. How long before they tucker themselves out from ranting and raving this time around?

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  • Patty

    😆 Can’t stop laughing, thanks Paul, America needs a laugh.

  • FurryGuy

    #21 February 28, 2012 at 10:32 pm
    a RonBot babbled and drooled:

    You do realize that attempting to insult the people you are trying to proselytize won’t help you make many converts, don’cha?

    But if neocon is the most pejorative comment you can sling at people, you really need to learn up some new insults. Call me an Obama voter, I dare ya!

  • USAF-77-84

    So you crazy people with vote in a establishment candidate and expect different results. that make you the true whack-jobs.thanks for voting in another socialist you morons.

  • bg

    ++

    Ron Paul:

    pro-drugs

    pro-Sharia

    anti-military

    pro-earmarks

    pro-pedophilia

    and much more, but alas, i digress..

    can any of the Ron Paul supporters name any of his
    decades long serving Texas/USA accomplishments??

    ==

  • Patty

    Didn’t matter to us here in 08, we watched the world fall end over heels for Obama. I had one choice John McCain or stay at home. I voted and when I was there I knew Obama was going to win. I never saw in my life so many Black voters. I even had to zip my lips. I heard things or boy did I hear things.

    So, Whack Jobs, you say. And I don’t wish to be fenced in with all the world out and then nukes flying over our heads. It saddens me we lost so many of our soldiers, every day now I think about it. Since Obama I can think of nothing else. Yes, he to play all the cards. He blame the established Bush, now Congress, Fox. He will do all he can to make us a bunch of Community Organizers depend on Government for everything. As for Paul, not a fan. My Right My decision.

    As for what is left. Sad really, we just couldn’t find the right candidate and the Obama machine in my humble opinion will eat whoever and the spit whoever the candidate Out.

    I don’t like knowing we possibly will see another four years of this Socialist. Holder has big plans and he is one of the most threatening of all. He is fighting mandate on Health Care with every trick in the book, Gun Control, and Obama is now working on forgetting Military Court, civilian ones for Gitmo detainees. We won’t know America, it is crumbling before our eyes and then today some girl comes out and says she wants Contraceptives paid for by us.

    Cost to her, 2,000 dollars a year, if there was ever BS this is. Target sells it for $9.00 a mouth.

    The youth so she says is burden with College Costs already. My sons burden is horrible but hers is worse? She wants a hand out and someone must be paying her for her lies.

    What this administration has done in Middle East is an insult, disgrace and we all need to get down on our knees and prayer that Obama is defeated. It has been a disastrous 3 years.

  • Estragon

    In O/T news, Olympia Snowe has suddenly decided NOT to run for reelection – after running hard for the last several months. She was a prohibitive favorite to keep her seat.

    Rumors abound that a steamy sex tape is about to surface that forced her decision.

  • Liz

    Dems for Santy couldn’t put him over the top.

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  • robin

    The only thing I will say to everyone who comments on this site is do you care whether or not your vote matters.? This is a national issue that affects all of us no matter who you are voting for. So no matter if you like a candidate or not, if you believe in our sacred right that your voice be heard, then you should be up in arms about any allegations of voter fraud no matter who it is against. Do you think once a nominee is chosen that when you cast your vote in November that it will matter? The vote can be fixed so easily with electronic voting machines. While people are bashing each other, the people that call this election, are having a good laugh how easily it is to manipulate people and turn them on each other. It’s the oldest trick in the book. So, think about whether you want the people to pick our next president, or the people that control this country.? Do you want to be like the former Soviet Union, where the party picks the candidate or the people? Wake up people…You are missing the most important issue here in this election….As long as you are fixated on party politics and bashing other people who think differently, you will be distracted from the most important issue in this election year for EVERYONE…..That’s what they want and we are playing right into their hands.

  • MJ

    This is coming from a guy who is the godfather of the conspiracy WACKOS

  • squeaky

    “I heard things or boy did I hear things.” i knew we were in trouble when i heard women in line talking about how cute obama is. fluff over substance is a killer.

  • squeaky

    i didn’t watch the debates but if it seemed that one candidate was getting tagged teamed….
    they could just have a mutual interest in paring down the field – nothing more. mutual interest makes way for individual interest.

  • Fuquay Steve

    “Now where did I put those meds?”

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  • Jerry C

    It’s worth repeating. I held my nose to vote for McLame; anyone but the Lying-Usurper-in-Thief-POS. And lo-and-behold, McLame was one of the co-sponsers of the indefinite detention of american citizens on american soil bill. Does anyone actually believe Romney, Santorum, Gingrich or any other RHINO will be any different than the LUITPOS?! You’re a fool if you do. Just like I was when I thought McLame would be the least worst candidate.

    I no longer believe our voting system is fair & honest; therefore, my vote does not matter. Regardless, I will vote this November for the default candidate left. It may be my last vote ever. Go ahead, call me every name in the book for not voting for an establishment RHINO. Heck, call me crazy for willing to vote for a man who has achieved nothing while in Congress. But from what I’ve seen since the LUITPOS took office, doing nothing would probably be the best thing to happen!

    Ron Paul 2012 or America Bust

  • Ausonius

    Jerry C:
    a vote for Paul is a vote for Romney.
    …but keep thinking you are a purist.

  • Crystal-4-Ron Paul

    Jerry C:

    Agreed, Ron Paul 2012. No other candidate approaches issues head on as he does. He answers the questions he is asked and always has substantial reasons behind his explanations. He doesn’t flip flop to the popular opinion or he’d be more popular. I cannot say this about a single other candidate. We have become too accustomed to bigger more expensive government that treats its citizens like children regulating everything. I am a big girl, I can take care of myself, I don’t have to pay my government to take care of me.

    Ausonius: The best response you have is a skeptical fallacy. Its called Ad Hominem: Why would you take the time to comment on the subject matter and provide a viable argument when you can underhandedly insult at the comment maker…right!? Not that you’re worse then most of the comments I have read on here. Why debate when you can name call! Obviously adults aren’t as grown up as we’d like people to believe.

  • Crystal-4-Ron Paul

    bg: Really!? pro-pedophilia? Just because someone posts something on a site with Ron Paul’s name attached to it doesn’t mean that Ron Paul endorses pedophilia, utterly ridiculous.

  • Gary

    I must be turning into a contrarian.
    I heard this all last week and I didn’t give it another thought. But now that he has denied it, I’m starting to suspect it’s true.
    Maybe I’m turning into Nancy Grace.

  • bg

    ++

    Crystal-4-Ron Paul #43 February 29, 2012 at 10:00 am

    December 30, 2011

    To Get Ron Paul’s Insanity, You Have To Understand Libertarianism

    [During the Cold War, economist Murray Rothbard (one of the foremost
    libertarian theorists) once observed that if we lost the rest of the world
    and the Soviets invaded America, we could always take to the hills and
    launch a guerrilla war, a la “Red Dawn.” Libertarians have never been
    hampered by reality.

    Some libertarians drifted into anarchy, others organized the National
    Libertarian Party. Ron Paul was the party’s 1988 standard-bearer.

    I understand libertarians because I was one, from roughly 1968 (when I
    read “Atlas Shrugged”) to 1982. I was a vice chairman of the New York
    Libertarian Party in the early ’70s. When I lived in the Seattle-area, later
    in the decade, I ran a libertarian supper club, which brought in a young
    Texas congressman as a speaker. My road to recovery began with “The
    Conservative Mind” by the great Russell Kirk and Whittaker Chambers’
    “Witness.”

    Other than abortion, there is no particular on which Ron Paul differs
    with either libertarianism or the Libertarian Party. Like them, he would
    legalize hard drugs and abolish age of consent laws, which violate
    the rights of 24-year-olds to have sex with 14-year-olds.

    Like the average libertarian, Ron Paul is a dogmatic isolationist.]

    1988 (Part 1)

    1988 (Part 2)

    ==

  • bg

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    re: #29 February 28, 2012 at 11:07 pm bg

    December 27, 2011

    Support Attracted by Ron Paul Sends Chills

    [“We understand that Paul is not a white nationalist, but most of our people support him because of his stand on issues,” Donald Black of the racist website Stormfront told The New York Times. That endorsement should be damning enough, but one only needs to read what was published with Mr. Paul’s blessings to see why extremists want him to be president.

    “I’ve urged everyone in my family to know how to use a gun in self-defense. For the animals are coming,” said one anonymous piece in “The Ron Paul Survival Report,” referring to “urban youth who play whites like pianos.” Fear of a race war is a recurring theme in the newsletters, though Mr. Paul isn’t known for resorting to racial invective to make his points. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t look the other way when others do it. He also claims not to know who wrote the most offensive pieces in his own newsletter.

    One article referred to the holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as “Hate Whitey Day.” There were equally touching pieces over the years about AIDS victims and so-called “homosexual conspiracies.”

    Many of Ron Paul’s newsletters purport to reveal plots to suspend the Constitution. They raise fears about a movement toward one world government and the machinations of the Israeli lobby. By any standard, Mr. Paul regularly wrote — or published — opinions and theories that disqualify him for consideration to any high or low federal office.

    It isn’t likely that many of Mr. Paul’s more idealistic young supporters or admirers in liberal circles are aware of his unsavory history as a publisher or the fact that they are fellow travelers with some of the worst characters this country has ever produced. Mr. Paul can’t bring himself to fully disavow the racists who support him because they’ve stuck with him longer than just about anyone.]

    Ron Paul Personally Defended Racist Newsletters

    Ron Paul Locks Up Coveted David Duke Endorsement (Video)

    Ron Paul Motto:

    JUST BECAUSE I’M AGAINST IT – DOESN’T MEAN I’M NOT FOR IT

    ==

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  • Crystal-4-Ron Paul

    bg:
    The majority (if not all) of your claims are taken out of context. Its not that Ron Paul wants to abolish the laws on drugs and age consent laws, his stance on these issues is that the federal government has no place regulating such laws, he is for smaller government. This means that the individual states and the citizens within those states would have more of a say so on how their particular state is run and it would be up to the state to uphold these laws.

    Your You Tube videos merely point out how logical Ron Paul is on his freedom and the fact that he continues to hold true to his view points. Why must there be a regulation and law against something just because it is bad for you? This doesn’t make it inaccessible, it merely makes it profitable for the wrong types of people, ie., drug dealers. And it over populates our prisons, its amazing that we let child molesters with repeat offenses out on bail but hold as harsh if not harsher punishments for pot hot heads/dealers that are in for non-violent offenses. It also opens the door for our government (currently happening) to restrict what foods/beverages are available to you because they know better than you do what you should and shouldn’t eat. My question is where is the line, its so blurred who can tell anymore how many times its been crossed.

    We are conditioned in school, via the media, even in sports events to be patriotic and to trust our government but a line has been crossed when you can no longer question the government and the rights that government are beginning to restrict. If I wanted a strict government I’d be living in another country, America was based on FREEDOM and I believe we are starting to loose sight of that.

    It happens just like raising gas prices does, the government takes a lot and restricts laws, there is an uproar, then it digresses and there is a compromise to settle for something in-between. This continues to happen until citizens get complacent and then the process happens again. Are you aware that income tax in the United States was a temporary enactment that never went away?? Do you like the fact that when a bill is passed to help the schools there is a portion of that same bill that says X amount of dollars will be going to help the “united honey bee research project”?? So you can either pass the bill with both or the school doesn’t get funding!!! I can really go on forever with this, and I strongly feel that the majority of our society wont appreciate my view until a revolution is needed because the government took total control ie, freedom of speech and right to bare arms (BTW this is already happening, just look up news articles in New York and Washington DC where police are arresting people for dancing in public) THIS GIVES ME CHILLS MORE THAN ANYTHING.

    Id also like to point out (not that this is my take on Ron Paul, in my opinion he is been more consistent in his views than ANY other politician I have ever seen) that you stated that you were a libertarian and changed your ways but you point your finger at Ron Paul as though it isn’t possible for him to grow as an individual and do the same.

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