Rightbloggers Close Ranks Against Ron Paul, The Wrong Kind of Small-Government Conservative

tomt200.jpgEveryone else has been the GOP Presidential front-runner -- why not Ron Paul? He's one point behind the current Next President of the United States, Newt Gingrich, on the cusp of the Iowa caucuses, and has been on the Jay Leno Show.

Naturally this has led to attacks on Paul -- but not so much by the fabled Main Stream Media as by his alleged fellow conservatives. Have you heard, for example, about the racist sentiments in some old Ron Paul newsletters? If you follow rightbloggers, you've heard plenty.

James Kirchick, who chronicled the hair-raising statements from Paul's newsletters in the New Republic four years ago, returned in the most recent edition of conservative magazine The Weekly Standard to amplify on them. (Sample quote: "Order was only restored in [the L.A. riots] when it came time for the blacks to pick up their welfare checks.")

Conservatives who normally are, let us say, unconcerned with racism were suddenly mortally offended by it in Paul's case.

"It's important for voters to remember Paul's insurmountable, self-inflicted handicap, and why he has no chance of becoming president," said Alana Goodman at Commentary. "In a civilized, decent nation, Ron Paul will be unelectable," said Bookworm Room. "If he does want to be taken seriously, it's time for him to answer for this garbage," said Dan Riehl.

"Big problem - and growing," said Jeffrey Lord at The American Spectator. "I grant permission to anyone to take the content in this entry and redistribute it," Conservatives Network headed its roundup of Paul newsletter stories. "The truth needs to get out."

William Teach of Right Wing News reported that Paul had once received a donation from a white supremacist, and added (we suppose in case his regular readership wondered why that was such a big deal), "Good luck explaining that away during a General Election with an opponent who is half Black."

Even the Muslim-hating Pam Geller of Atlas Shrugs got in on the act. "Proof of Ron Paul's racism and lies," she keened. "Considering how anti-Jewish he is, this is hardly surprising..." Jeez, next Pat Buchanan will start ranking on Paul.

Soon the Huffington Post was able to report to the wider world that "Ron Paul's Controversial 'Newsletters' Edge Back Into The News Cycle." Mission accomplished!

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And they still don't like him. Go figure!
At The Astute Bloggers, Avi Green won the Chutzpah Award for wondering "why the MSM may not be covering [Paul's] horrific writings," and answering himself, "No doubt some of them are concealing this in hopes he'll at least score a minor victory in Iowa, which alone could give them the perfect opportunity to attack the conservative movement for being what they've been working so hard to prove they're not - racist." That liberal media -- they never give a racist Republican a break unless it's strategic.

Karl at Patterico's Pontifications found the real villain of the story: conservative reporter Dave Weigel. "Weigel voted for Ron Paul and announces he may again in 2012," reported Karl. "...You would think someone who enjoys casually flinging the race card at Fox News and FoxNation wouldn't vote for a candidate with a long history of disseminating racist, anti-gay and crypto-anti-Semitic tracts... Next time you read some piece where Weigel is riding around on a high horse, crusading against the fringe right, just remember that's a show for his left-leaning bosses; he dismounts to get into the voting booth." We're surprised Karl didn't suggest Weigel's left-leaning bosses ordered him to vote for the racist Paul in order to embarrass the movement. We're through the looking glass here, people!

There were other reasons rightbloggers couldn't vote for Paul. Foreign policy, for example. That small-government talk is all well and good, but true conservatives know it doesn't apply to the Pentagon.

This is the establishment-conservative POV, as recently exemplified by the Wall Street Journal's Kimberley Strassel, who, after some blahblah about Paul being "in many ways, the ideal candidate for a conservative electorate hungry for a principled GOP nominee" and "the 'intellectual godfather' of the tea party movement," disqualified Paul on the grounds that he "fundamentally denies American exceptionalism and refuses to allow for decisive action to protect the U.S. homeland."

Rightbloggers got right on it.

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Al Swearengen
Al Swearengen

Wow, Ron Paul can set more monkeys flying than Scientology.

rkm1
rkm1

Ok folks, It's a re-smear on an issue that has been addressed:

1. Wikipedia source(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R...

 

On January 8, 2008, the day of the New Hampshire primary,The New Republic published a story by James Kirchick quoting from selectednewsletters published under Paul's name.

 

Responding to the charges in a CNN interview, Paul deniedany involvement in authoring the passages. Additionally, Paul's campaignclaimed through a press release that the quotations had come from an unnamedghostwriter and without Paul's consent. Paul again denounced and disavowed the"small-minded thoughts", citing his 1999 House speech praising RosaParks for her courage; he said the charges simply "rehashed" the decade-oldMorris attack.

 

CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer said that the writing "Didn'tsound like the Ron Paul I've come to know." Later, Nelson Linder,president of the Austin chapter of the NAACP, also defended Paul.

 

    "Everybodyknows in my district that I didn't write them and I don't speak like that...and I've been reelected time and time again and everyone knows I don'tparticipate in that kind of language. The point is, when you bring thisquestion up, you're really saying 'you're a racist, or are you a racist?' Theanswer is no, I'm not a racist. As a matter of fact, Rosa Parks is one of myheroes, Martin Luther King is a hero, because they practiced the libertarianprinciple of civil disobedience and nonviolence. Libertarians are incapable ofbeing a racist because racism is a collectivist idea: you see people in groups.A civil libertarian as myself sees everyone as an important individual."

    —Ron Paul, CNN,January 10, 2008

 

The newsmagazine Reason republished Paul's 1996 defense ofthe newsletters, and later reported evidence from "a half-dozen longtimelibertarian activists" that Lew Rockwell had been the chief ghostwriter.Rockwell denies this charge, and "has characterized discussion of thenewsletters as 'hysterical smears aimed at political enemies.'"-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. Nelson Linder (NAACP) source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Case closed!

parsec
parsec

If the Paulist's accounts are accurate, the good doctor, wishing to unburden his scribes with rules and oversight, merely applied libertarian laissez-faire practice to the product going out in his name.  The somewhat predictable result was an undesirable outcome -- one even injurious to those he claims no ill will toward and perhaps himself.  Herein we find the essential negative critique of libertarianism.  If he made a lot of money in the process, even more so.

Kathleen Gee
Kathleen Gee

Roy,

Thanks for a very perceptive and well-sourced article.

I'd like to apologize for the nasty comments. I suspect that the most strident have been supplied by Romney-funded operatives masquerading as Paul supporters (we got that a lot back in the '08 campaign), and the better Ron Paul does in the polls, the more of this kind of agent provocateur work you'll see.

I'd also like to share an open letter I wrote to James Kirchick, one of the sources in your article. http://www.dailypaul.com/19418...

Ron Paul's opponents "can't imagine" how a company could publish newsletters under a Ron Paul masthead without his being aware of the content or authorship of those newsletters.

Since ghostwriting is what I do for a living, I can tell you--that kind of thing is standard. A notable person or celebrity licenses the use of their name, and editors and ghostwriters create content under that banner. Those relationships are often covered by non-disclosure contracts that prevent the ghostwriter from claiming authorship or even revealing the business relationship. Licensing ones' name is a hands-off way to create passive income. But the drawback is, some idiot can ruin your reputation if you don't keep a tight rein on the content. And this seems to be what happened.

Assuming that Ron Paul wrote everything in 14 different newsletters that were published while he was writing books and running an OB/GYN practice full time is just as ludicrous as assuming that Malcolm Forbes had time to write everything in Forbes Magazine, or that Martha Stewart has time to write everything in Martha Stewart Living, while writing books and hosting a TV show.

In 35 years in public life, having been elected 12 times by a district that is close to 40% minority, and having lived his life in a way that has demonstrated a total lack of bigotry, I find Ron Paul entirely credible when he denies having authored that dreck.

Nate
Nate

If you only had the internet to go by (even all the way back to usenet days), you sure would think Libertarians were a force to be reckoned with.

denpratt
denpratt

After 30+ years we know who Ron is, what Ron does, how Ron speaks, and for what Ron stands. There's no deception, no guile; only frank and honest speech, even in the face of ridicule and condemnati­on he will stand solitary to speak his truth to power and to political correctnes­s. Why should anyone believe a closet racism to be the one 'dirty little secret' that he refuses to speak out loud? Perhaps he never believed, or said, any of it? 

The people who smear Ron are the same ones whose authoritar­ian policies have:- destroyed the black family- imprisoned millions of nonviolent black males- killed black service men in unnecessar­y wars- prohibited blacks from undercutti­ng the competitio­n with lower salaries- ensured that black parents cannot move their child to a good school- increased black teenage pregnancy- killed millions of black babies before they were born- imposed licensing laws that prevent blacks from being able to start low capital businesses­.- increased regulation­s that reduced entry level jobs - destroyed the value of the dollar so that blacks' earnings and savings disappear- tricked them into low interest teaser loans, leading to the loss of all their equity- waged endless war on non-whites after dehumanizi­ng them

So, Ron Paul is the racist? The one man who wants to free everyone to live their life to the fullest -- as they see fit?

Are we ready to reject the race card and embrace freedom?

Mosier
Mosier

Wow! What a racist Paul must be.  He has come out against the death penalty and anti-drug laws in part because an incompetent criminal justice system disproportionately harms poor blacks who do not have the resources for effective defence.  He is the only presidential candidate opposing the mass murder of brown people in the insane mid-east wars. And he is so anti-semitic.  Don't let the fact that his two main intellectual heroes - Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard - were Jewish sway you into believing otherwise. Pay no attention to the fact that it is common practice to use ghost writers under the banner of a "name" celebrity who is not involved with the writing and publishing. And, especially, ignore that as libertarians such as Paul stress looking at everyone as an individual, and oppose all collectivist thinking, and that racism being a disgusting form of collectivism, Paul is thoroughly anti-racist - as the head of the NAACP from Paul's area of Texas, who has known Paul for over 20 years, attests.

Hemplandsecurity
Hemplandsecurity

The candidate who wants to end the racist war on drugs? Give me a break! That 's all they can drag up?

Stogie Chomper
Stogie Chomper

Ah, the liberal position, so clearly explained herein, is that reality is racist, and therefore to be repudiated.  Yes, I wrote that black men (in general) run faster than white people.  However, they aren't good swimmers as their bones are too heavy.  Remember a few years ago when our all-black Olympics track relay team beat Canada's all-black track relay team for the gold?  Probably just a coincidence that the team didn't have any whites...or hispanics...or Asians.  Don't blame me, blame God...or nature.  

As far as the Bell Curve is concerned, it also told the unpopular truth:  that the average IQ among the black race is 85, the lowest of any racial group.  If the "Village Voice" wants to disprove this, please do so and publish your results so we can all be enlightened.  It shouldn't be difficult; just test for IQ amoung a statistical sample of blacks vs whites vs Asians vs hispanics and record and summarize the results.  Will you do it?  No, because outside of using race as a political cudgel, you know damn well that the Bell Curve is correct.

I don't take any joy or satisfaction in these grim facts, but no good will come from lying about them....as you do.

McSalmon
McSalmon

I don't see why the VV needs to make this kind of analysis, when the Bell Curve has been repeatedly debunked by geneticists, psychologists and a large and diverse array of people who are better qualified to study that data than Charles Murray. I found the book Genes, People and Languages by Cavalli-Sforza to be very illuminating. I myself have a few texts on Criminology noting that many immigrants in the early part of last century, such as the Irish and Italians, also were found conveniently 'deficient' in IQ by about the same amounts.

Santa Clause
Santa Clause

I think a more prominent issue at the moment rather then 'I heard a rumor Ron Paul is racist' is Joe Liberman and that Internet kill switch.

Marty Stevens
Marty Stevens

Ron Paul is smart and should have more time to expose his views.The article was interesting but ended like the blogs it was making fun off.weird

Buzz Fisher
Buzz Fisher

Let's show these bloggers how wrong they are by joining the iTunes bomb! It's a great way to help bring Dr. Paul's message to a much broader audience....move over Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, and Rihanna....here comes the Ron Paul Song! We can get it to #1 if each person downloads it and buys it as a Christmas gift for 20 of their friends. All proceeds go to the Revolution Super PAC.http://itunesbomb.com/

Adk_kdA
Adk_kdA

Lol, guys please do not lambast the author for no reason! Re-read the article! It is an article that ridicules the right-wing neocons for bringing up the race card. Lol lol, poor Mr. Roy Edroso. Good job sir, on a well written article :~)

anon
anon

And now lady sheeple and gentle sheep, for your entertainment and propaganda programing, straight from their latest tours in nazi germany, and the united socialist states of america, and winners of the Paul Joseph Goebbels and nobel peace prize. The one, the only, the mouth-peace of the NWO, THE

Village Voice!!!!!!!!!!!!

Glenn
Glenn

Thanks for pointing out that the Village Voice is leftist. Who knew?

edroso
edroso

It's been a pleasure having you guys over. Sometime let's hang out and talk about something besides Ron Paul. 

Rich Paul Freeman
Rich Paul Freeman

Ron Paul never wrote those letters.  He didn't write them in the '80's, he didn't write them in '08, and he still didn't write them in 2012.

cma cma
cma cma

The Obama-Paul line of accommodation, apology, and appeasement towards radical Islam and Iran. "...for you to say maybe in a year they might have a weapon, there's a lot more saying they don't have it.”  The only evidence that Paul will accept is an atomic weapon in Iran's hands. His policy of submission to radical Islam is the blueprint for national suicide for the U.S. I trust Michele Bachmann. She is as smart as a whip and tougher than steel--the little lady with a spine of titanium.

Dirk
Dirk

She wants to close our embassy in Iran. Brilliant!

McSalmon
McSalmon

Maybe the massive clusterfuck a Bachmann presidency would initiate would be the one that finally coaxes all those Yellow Elephants to join the armed services and put their money where their mouth is, instead of letting other people's kids die for their cause, hm?

James Tremaglio
James Tremaglio

zionist neocons are the THREAT to america, , Ron Paul 2012 , bachmann deserves no apology , ron told the truth shes as islamophobic as they get!

Ken NYC
Ken NYC

I think if Ron Paul won the Presidential election, a lot of very very powerful people would seriously start studying the Constitution to see if they could find a way to impeach him BEFORE he took office.  LOL.

TommyO
TommyO

The concept of “race” is a collectivist idea. Any trueclassic libertarian, such as Ron Paul, can not be a racist because acceptance and adherence to that philosophy demands you take all people one at a time as individuals – evaluating each separately on the content of their character and not in the“collective” sense of beingcategorized by the color of their skin; firmly believing that each person is born with the inalienable rights to: their life; their liberty and their pursuit of happiness as members of a human race!

Every election the establishment tries to smear Ron Paul with these old trumped up charges of racism.  Now the establishment has their back on the ropesand is trying once again – but it won’t work – it never does!

So, here right on cue - the smear begins once again! Stories will begin tosurface of the past newsletters and James Kirchick palette of smear pigmentstaken froma 2008 “attempt to smear” article from TNR or “The New Republic” which desperately attempted to convince the reader that Ron Paul was both anti-Semitic bigot and racist. They failed as usual. The 2008 mainstream media threwit around for a week or so – you know how they do it – CNN / Wolf Blitzer and the whole package. Once MSM saw there was no sound basis for the allegations even they dropped the story.

In the 2008 election cycle, after the TNR smear article, radio talk show host Alex Jones of infowars.com interviewed then presiding President of the NAACP inAustin Texas, Nelson Linder asking questions regarding Ron Paul and allegationsof racism. Mr. Linder came to Ron Paul’s defense saying:

"Knowing Ron Paul's intent, I think he is trying to improve this countrybut I think also, when you talk about the Constitution and you constantlycriticize the federal government versus state I think a lot of folks are goingto misconstrue that....so I think it's very easy for folks who want to take hisposition out of context and that's what I'm hearing."

Linder continued:

“Knowing Ron Paul and having talked to him, I think he's a very fair guy I just think that a lot of folks do not understand the Libertarian platform, - I've read Ron Paul's whole philosophy, I also understand what he's saying from a political standpoint and why people are attacking him, - If you scare the folks that have the money, they're going to attack you and they're going to take itout of context,…What he's saying is really threatening the powers that be andthat's what they fear,"

When Jones asked directly if Ron Paul was a racist, Linder responded "No I don't," He added that he had heard Ron Paul speak out about police repression of black communities and mandatory minimum sentences on many occasions.

The author of the 2008 TNR attempted smear article, James Kirchick is an overt globalist progressive with an agenda! The New Republic attempts to be a mouth piece for the dying neo-progressive agenda; being driven primarily by their desires for a globalist world dominated by international banking and the military industrial complex.  This predisposition forelitism and predilection for global governance by an oligarchy of internationalbanking power elites is the philosophy I might add, that has currently brought Americato the brink of destruction! They play the phony “two party paradigm”relentlesslyThis is the illusion of two different political parties counter balancing one another – please don’t say you can’t remember recently this spring when republican Senator McCain and democrat Senator Kerry went arm in arm bellowing for illegal war with Libya? Do you not find it is strange that Obama never changed Bush/Cheney policies regarding: torture; bailouts; WARS; Patriot Act and lost of civil liberties and abuse of American citizenry. Exactly - bothparties want huge intrusive central authority – its just one side prefers to balloon the size of government with aggressive warfare and less social welfare and vice-versa.

If memory serves, much of the so-called ‘sources” for this bogus Kirchick2008 TNR smear article came primarily from the SPLC or Southern Poverty Law Center, founded by none other than, Morris Dees. This dubious organization hasbeen exposed numerous times as nothing more than a rip-off institution specializing in appealing to well minded liberal leaning citizens for theirmoney - requesting donations for various causes to right injustices for minorities. The problem is that very little of the funding generated ever goes to help the actual persons in need. The American Institute of Philanthropy has repeatedlygiven SPLC an ‘F’ rating for nearly a decade. Morris Dees former businesspartner Millard Fuller said this:

“Morris Dees and I, from the first day of our partnership, shared one overriding purpose: to make a pile of money. We were not particular about howwe did it; we just wanted to be independently rich. During the eight years we worked together we never wavered in that resolve.”

Millard Fuller ceased his partnership with Morris Dees and sold ALL of his holdings giving millions to charity. In 1968 he moved to Africa to do Christian service work and died in 2009. On the other hand - Morris Dees expanded his financial empire founding  SPLC in 1971.

In 2000, Ken Silverstein of "Harper's Magazine wrote a hard hitting piece exposing SPLC and Dees with an article titled "The Church of Morris Dees". 

The 2008 SPLC, IRS form 990 “Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax” is available on the internet at thelaymanscorner.com. Checkout on line 22 - the “Net assets of funds balances” for $199,951,946. 00. Alsoline 15, salaries paid to SPLC members and employees totaling $12,311,645.00!

 

Also, check out Morris Dees’ posh home at the: montgomeryadvertiser.comand see where the SPLC money fleeced from well meaning citizens actually goes!

Don’t take my word for it – please do your own research and I’m certain thataftera review of the damning information regarding SPLC available on the internet… if you ever gave any of your hard earned money to the SPLC – you will at the least, seriously reconsider doing so in the future! They are a crooked organization from top to bottom!

Another fatal flaw of TNR / Kirchick  when making allegations for an “anti-Semitic”Ron Paul is that Paul’s economic policy is shaped almost exclusively from the “Austrian School” and the persons aligned with thephilosophies of the Ludwig von Mises, a Jewish intellectual. VonMises embodied classical liberalism and is regarded as a founding leader in the Austrian School of economics. TheLudwig von Mises Institute was founded primarily by Jewish intellectuals oflike persuasions. 

 

So, ask yourself – Ron Paul’s life long world view isclassical libertarianism – he lives and breathes Austrian economics are thesethe signature patterns of a bigoted anti–Semite and racist?  

I don’t think so!!

WE WON’T GET FOOLED AGAIN!Ron Paul 2012!!

James Babb Ⓐ
James Babb Ⓐ

Anyone who wants to clear the prisons of non-violent, drug offenders, or stop the slaughter of brown people abroad must be a racist.

nexus974
nexus974

This is minor ribbing compared to what you will see if Paul wins the Iowa Caucus...

Glenn
Glenn

Yes. I remember how awesome it was when President Huckabee won last time.

nexus974
nexus974

You missed my point entirely. The GOP establishment has always considered Paul a gadfly, annoying but relatively harmless. Despite the splash he made in '08 he was shut out of the GOP convention and his delegates were strong-armed into voting for McCain. They most likely figured Paul was just a flash in the pan and would fade into obscurity. They miscalculated. Paul never left Iowa. He maintained a strong organization in the state. That work has begun to bare fruit. Paul is now leading in some polls in Iowa and is in the top 3 in New Hampshire. This has the GOP elites nervous. They will never allow an anti-establishment candidate who doesn't toe the party line to win. They tried ignoring and ridiculing him but that hasn't worked. So now they will attack him. National Review online and The Weekly Standard both have ugly hit pieces out. However that is nothing compared to what we will see if Paul wins Iowa.

NadePaulKuciGravMcKi
NadePaulKuciGravMcKi

reject bloodthirsty AIPAC Neocon control of both political parties and the media Just look at what group has been selling all kinds of hatred for the last ten years

jim
jim

Sweet article, epic monotonous thread.

Roy subtly taunts Le Tribe D'Paultard, & like an enraged seething throng of hamsters with control-wires jacked into their adorable little heads, they LUNGE & ATTACK!

"Edroso stinks on ice!"

"He slanders & mocks the mighty Doctor who is Our Only Hope!"

"BURN TEH HERETIC!"

Because in 2012, electing an elfish little feller who'd willfully play knock-down-ginger with a historically weak global economy while turning isolationist as the consequences of his Goldbug folly sink in sure sounds GROOVY!

Shades of Canuck Social Credit wackazoids bankrupting Alberta in the 1937-38, but more worldwide-y = FR33D0M R3V0LUT10N!!!!!!!!!!

Adrian
Adrian

The open White Supremacists accuse (or used to anyway) Ron Paul of acting as flypaper for White Supremacists and sharing the information he gets on individuals with the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.   Of course, he could be racist and think he's protecting the racists by being their Benedict Arnold.

It's tough to build a coalition of paranoids.

Glenn
Glenn

When I saw 150 comments first thing on Monday morning, I knew the Paulistas were out in force.

However, I didn't realize how hilariously they would misunderstand the entire purpose of the article.

I appreciate the display of Paulista thinking - complete and total uncomprehension and lack of reasoning skills!

Great work, Roy!

novenator
novenator

I only agree with about half of what Ron Paul says (and the other half scares the crap out of me), but I think the reason why most conservatives hate Ron Paul is because he refuses to support authoritarian conservatism, particularly in the military-industrial and security/police state complexes. Conservatives LOVE big government when it involves the most tyrannical forms of government.

Chainbark
Chainbark

Roy,I'm guessing you knew going in that this column would result in a comments section overflowing with Paultards stemming and harrumphing "pay no attention to that Stormfront endorsement!" It's a Christmas miracle! Now, if only someone could tell me about the importance of returning to the gold standard...

OneLove
OneLove

Is anyone truly safe from the race-card?

Matt
Matt

He didn't write those newsletters. So one white supremacist gave him a donation, how does that matter at all? I'm sure plenty of African American people have given him donations too. He's not anti-Jew, he's supportive of Israel's supremacy as its own nation. Do the research. And he's the only GOP nominee supportive of legalizing same-sex marriage because he believes it's a personal matter and the government needs to stay out of it.

TXSMOTOGAL
TXSMOTOGAL

Run scared haters!!! Ron Paul and the REVOLUTION is coming!!!!! 

Isaac of Seen
Isaac of Seen

TXSMOTOGAL is a horrific sound of RON PAUL followers projectile diarhea from all the brain death, brain drain, brain lessness ,and just brain washing of that nothing is good? There is a hell of alot of shit in this once great country! But the CORPORATE-NAZIISM  has dashed and srewed the AMERICAN dreams to the COMMUNIST-SLAVE LABOR MANIFESTO FOR THE SACRAMENT of the unholy gathering of the OH SACRED GREEN GOD of the 1%! At the cost of WE THE SHEEPISH AMERICAN PEOPLE! And now good old grandpa is going to fix it all for you. WAKE-UP! The only reson he birthall those poor babies was for more slave laber force in the red-necked south. Yes there is a good or bad resolve to the end of the essolution! Or doe's the tune just sound so dam good. Well get ready for RON PAUL'S HIGH and HIDEOUS RACEMIZZTION of thy low-minded lamentations? Bend over and let thy river foul flow!

edroso
edroso

OK, now you're just fucking with me.

McSalmon
McSalmon

Poe's Law is strong here.

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