Jun 282013

Most of you know, that when I say, β€œIdiot, son of Idiot, named after Idiot,” I am referring to Rand Paul (R-KY).  Following in the footsteps of his malignant father, he gives β€œBought Bitch Mitch” McConnell serious competition for the title of Kentuckian most likely to be certified insane.  He has demonstrated, once again, that my opinion of him is correct.


It seems much of the media establishment has decided Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ken.) deserves to be taken seriously. He’s made seven Sunday show appearances since February; the New York Times recently described Paul has one of his party’s "rising stars"; and the Washington Post‘s Chris Cillizza last week referred to the Kentucky Republican as "the most interesting politician in the country" and "the most interesting man in the (political) world."

And yet, it’s difficult to reconcile the media adulation and Rand Paul’s occasional crackpot tendencies.

Earlier today, for example, the senator appeared on Glenn Beck’s show to discuss, among other things, the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act. The host suggested the ruling could lead to polygamy: "If you change one variable — man and a woman to man and man, and woman and woman — you cannot then tell me that you can’t logically tell me you can’t change the other variable — one man, three women. Uh, one woman, four men…. If I’m a devout Muslim and I come over here and I have three wives, who are you to say if I’m an American citizen, that I can’t have multiple marriages."

For Paul, this seemed perfectly sensible. In fact, the senator went even further than Beck. Here’s the entirety of Rand Paul’s response, in which the senator said he’s "kind of with" the unhinged host.

"I think this is the conundrum and gets back to what you were saying in the opening — whether or not churches should decide this. But it is difficult because if we have no laws on this people take it to one extension further. Does it have to be humans?

"You know, I mean, so there really are, the question is what social mores, can some social mores be part of legislation? Historically we did at the state legislative level, we did allow for some social mores to be part of it. Some of them were said to be for health reasons and otherwise, but I’m kind of with you, I see the thousands-of-year tradition of the nucleus of the family unit. I also see that economically, if you just look without any kind of moral periscope and you say, what is it that is the leading cause of poverty in our country? It’s having kids without marriage. The stability of the marriage unit is enormous and we should not just say oh we’re punting on it, marriage can be anything."

… [emphasis added]

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I rest my case.  Now, I could act like a Republican and lie, making the allegation that Idiot should know, being a product of breeding with animals himself, but that would be a grave injustice.  I have far too much respect for animals to believe that one would mate with Ron Paul.  Animals have better taste than that!


  40 Responses to “Idiot: Does It have to be Humans?”

  1. Rand Paul is not a rising star; he continues displaying intelligence that is lower than pond scum
    on another pond scum's show with the likes of Glenn Beck.

    Tom is correct in his assessment of Rand Paul.

  2. "Rising star?"  More like a rising boil.

  3. I'm not saying Rand Paul has had sex with sheep, but I DO know his picture, with an accompanying WARNING, is posted in barns all across America.

    • LOL!!!  Nameless, you've been on a roll lately!  Keep it up.  I count on you for my daily humour fix!

      • Why, thank you.  I'm sure others will fill-in, as I'm going to be gone next week – celebrating the 4th with my 96 y/o Mom and 85 y/o aunt.  BOTH still living on their own, thank you very much.  (And that's despite my Mom's battle with cancer, a stroke, hip replacement for a fracture, and macular degeneration.  Lord, I hope I drew from her gene pool!)

        • You are blessed to have a mother that old who can still live by herself.  Kudos for spending the 4th with them.

    • No wonder sheep are so nervous. πŸ˜‰

      Your mom and aunt are very fortunate gals.

    • Here's the thing: We KNOW what body Rand Paul came out of, it's a matter of record. The question is why Mrs Paul preferred the goat?

      • Welcome Gypsy. πŸ™‚

        Put yourself in her shoes.  If ie was Ron Paul or a goat, wouldn't you have chisen the goat? πŸ˜‰

  4. A rising star burns out eventually.

  5. "…if you just look without any kind of moral periscope and you say, what is it that is the leading cause of poverty in our country? It’s having kids without marriage. …"

    The leading cause of poverty is "your greed superceeding the children's (people's) needs!

    Rand Paul, and many others, went to Conservative Republican/Teabagger University and graduated suma cum laude with a degree in Stupidity, majoring in greed and baseless conservative values.

  6. Of course animals have too much sense and better taste than to have sex with a Paul voluntarily.  Unfortunately rape does exist.  Ans his hair in the photo looks suspiciously curly.

  7. Are you all excluding the possibility that Rand's father didn't actually produce this being from an immral relationship with an animal of a lower order?

    If this person doesn't prove both the correctness of the evolutionary theory but also the eventual probability  of an aberration in the genetic make, proving the the theory as being, from the beginning, totally random, and prone to distortions.

    Certainly proves that a God who produces only perfect humans is a total fallacy.,,,

    • How could any animal be of a lower order than Ron Paul?

      GW Bush provced that the theory of DEVOLUTION is correct.

      Is there even a religion that believes God produces only perfect humans?

    • A car that I see parked in my neighborhood has a bumper sticker that applies very well to Rand Paul: "Would Intelligent Design have created you?"

  8. I promise that I have never voted for Rand or Mitch and bow my head in shame that they represent my state.

  9. "Occasional" Crackpot tendacies?



    • Welcomr Chhulhu. πŸ™‚

      Occansioal.  Rand is only a crackpot and days the begin with a "t":  Tuesday. Thursday, Taturday, Tunday, Today, Tomorrow…

  10. "But it is difficult because if we have no laws on this people take it to one extension further. Does it have to be humans?"

    And you can just imagine the excitment that smacked Rand like a semi-truck hitting a brick wall. A dim bulb goes on! Rand is comtemplating how he's going to teach Dolly, his very favorite ewe, how to sign a marriage license.

    • First he has to convert her to Libertarianism.  That might be hard, since anyone with the intelligence of a sheep would know not to turn all of one's money into gold and hoard it under their mattress.  

  11. Rand Paul isn't crazy. He is just another rich white guy who knows and understands nothing but has been taught that he knows and understands everything. His confusion is the logical outcome of whiteness , white thinking and white male "logic" so extreme that even your average white person looks at him and thinks he's batshit. But it's not.

    When I talk to any white person I assume that their lack of teaching makes them this way until they prove otherwise. It really explains so much and saves me a lot of time.

    Rand Paul wants to believe that he is an honest, fair-minded human being. What he doesn't understand is that he is too rich, too white and his training as been too thorough to keep him from being anything but a rich, stupid white Republican. But there's something inside him that wants to be more. He never will be. He needs to just go back to towing the party line and just be a conservative.

    He cannot be a liberal. That is unthinkable. He wants to be a "compassionate" conservative and doesn't understand that there is no such thing. He tries to come off as sincere and it only makes him look crazy because he has NEVER LEARNED to think of things in any other way than as a rich white guy.

    It's pathetic and sad to watch. If he weren't so fucking dangerous, I'd feel sorry for him. He wants to be the guy but he's not the guy. He's a pathetic asshole who doesn't know how NOT to pander and be real or even pretend to be.

    I hope he reads this. His head might explode and save us a lot of sorrow.

    • Welcome UBW. πŸ™‚

      In my opinion, Rand and his fellow Repoublicans are not crazy.  When they speak in crazy terms, tghey assume we don't know they are lying.

      I have to agree that many white folks are ignorant regarding  race, and a host of other issues.  I am fortunate that Dr. King was willing to overlook the fact that I am was a rather inexperienced white guy.  Otherwise I would have missed the opportiunity to learn by helping to organmize Vietnam summer.

  12. I totally missed that "Does It Have To Human" quote, got lost in his attempt to frighten people into his accepting his thinking by scaring with those muslims wanting to marry multiple women.  Heck don't we already have that other Christian Cult, the Mormons already marrying multiple under age girls.

  13. Well, of course he is crazy; you would be too if you were bullied in grade school by other children making fun of your name.  His dad, Ron, and wife named him Ayn Rand Paul, and that was what the original birth certificate showed. After the bullying became intolerable, they changed it by dropping the Ayn, despite their devotion the cockamamie writings of Ms. Rand, possibly the worst novelist in history.  Unfortunately, little Ayn Rand Paul never recovered, however much he has tried to cover up the birth certificate by bribing vital statistics people in the state capital and having thugs beat up reporters who have threatened to reveal the truth about his sordid childhood.  I say, SHOW US THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE! 

    • Welcome, James. πŸ™‚

      LOL!  I had a feeling that little girls used to beat him up and take his lunch money.

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