Friday, September 14, 2012

Tom Woods Unloads on Jesse Benton and John Tate

This is from a few days ago, but just call him Tom "Make My Day" Woods.

(ht Travis Holte)


  1. My guess is that Mitch McConnell offered his gig to Jesse during Ron's campaign. It's WAY too early to announce who'll be running his campaign years from now.

    Sell out. But of course, Ron chose him. Ron went along with him. Family trumps all for Ron, I suppose.

  2. The end is awesome.
    ‎"The mainstream is what screwed up this country. Why would I be ashamed of being opposed to both Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Barrack Obama, George Bush, Mitt Romney, and John McCain. Why would I have anything to be embarrassed about by that. These are the people that screwed up the country. I'm glad I'm not apart of that. Well that resonates with a lot of people who are frustrated and who are not just the typical GOP 'please exploit me' Republican Party types who are just ready for another presidential election cycle where the GOP is Lucy with the football and they are charlie brown. And it happens every four years, and Lucy moves the football away and then four years later they say "But this time, it's going to be different.""

  3. Like Tom, I also considered Ron's early departure from Tampa very telling on a non-political level. His son was giving the biggest speech of his life, and he chose not to be there.

  4. I'm very glad Tom came forth to further expose the smelly maggots in the garage. It is digusting and shameful what happened to Paul's campaign. It is also pretty disturbing to me that Rand Paul is out selling a new book, shortly after his endorsement. His father was writing books back when he was given far less exposure: they were entirely educational tools and calls to action. I'm not so sure Rand Paul is sincere.

    And I hate to say that about Ron's son. Sanctions against Iran, for one thing, are a crime against mostly innocent people. I don't know the details of the sanction, but this is all pointing towards the expansion of conquest in the middle east. And Rand voted for that. I can't help but think Rand is just another Trojan Horse; a repackaged Reagan who speaks one way and acts another. All while throwing in a few decent constitutional votes to compromise the principles of confused voters, in order to keep the same left-right game going on forever. Too bad every living member of the John Birch Society doesn't run for congress; if they haven't been coopted either. You rarely hear about them anymore.