Ron Paul Won’t Endorse Mitt Romney

… NOR SHOULD HE At this point it’s becoming increasingly clear that the 2012 election is a battle between two firmly convinced (albeit ideologically unaware) segments of the American electorate – with very few undecided voters weighing the “choice” they have to make on November 6 between U.S. President Barack…


At this point it’s becoming increasingly clear that the 2012 election is a battle between two firmly convinced (albeit ideologically unaware) segments of the American electorate – with very few undecided voters weighing the “choice” they have to make on November 6 between U.S. President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney.

According to the latest Washington Post/ ABC News poll, 49 percent of America is with Obama and 46 percent is with Romney.  One percent said they were voting for another candidate, one percent said they were voting for neither candidate and two percent said they had no opinion.

No one is undecided, in other words – which is exactly what the purveyors of the “two-party” system were hoping for.

As we’ve noted on innumerable prior occasions, though, this is a false dichotomy.  It is a thesis without an antithesis – a bastardized Hegelian dialectic in which there is never a true”synthesis,” only a leftward slide toward the ash heap of history that gains momentum with each additional trillion dollars of debt and round of money printing.

The only candidate to grasp this reality?  Ron Paul.

“(Obama and Romney) represent a one party system,” Paul said last week. “Somebody said, ‘why don’t we get a third party?’ And another one said, and I think correctly so, ‘why don’t we get a second party?’ … I’ve been in this business a long time, and believe me, there is essentially no difference one administration to another, no matter what the platform.”

Exactly.  America’s 21st century political system can be summed up as follows: socialists masquerading as Democrats and Democrats masquerading as Republicans, with a bought-and-paid-for fourth estate pulling the strings.

Are there any actual Republicans in this political dystopia?

Yes … they’re called “Paultards.”  They’re just not welcome in the “Republican” party anymore … although they are still expected to vote the “right way.”

Paul is refusing to do that, though.  As of this writing he is not endorsing Romney – and has strongly implied that he will be casting his vote for Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson.

Same here … in fact we’ll be endorsing Johnson’s presidential bid later this month (after endorsing Paul in the 2012 primary)

Paul’s reluctance to embrace Romney is surprising to some considering the lenience he showed toward the former Massachusetts governor during the 2012 primary.  In fact former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum explicitly suggested that there was a “corrupt bargain” at work between Paul and Romney given the extent to which Paul bashed other Republicans – but seemed to lay off of Romney.

Apparently there was no bargain … and thank God for that.

As we’ve noted previously, Romney simply cannot be trusted – and Paul is correct not to trust him, with either his endorsement or his vote.


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The Colonel October 16, 2012 at 12:46 pm

And other than the 2,641 Paulanistas, no one cares who or what Dr. Paul endorses. Yesterdays bad news…

CNSYD October 16, 2012 at 1:20 pm


Ervin R October 16, 2012 at 1:31 pm

Exactly. The man’s mind is gone anyways. But who cares who he endorses or does not endorse. He is just a sore loser.

Ron Paul October 16, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Mr Colonel, CNSYD and Ervin, right back at’cha, chief.

Ron Paul

The Editor in Chief October 16, 2012 at 12:50 pm

This is verbal masturbation:

As we’ve noted on innumerable prior occasions, though, this is a false dichotomy. It is a thesis without an antithesis – a bastardized Hegelian dialectic in which there is never a true”synthesis,” only a leftward slide toward the ash heap of history that gains momentum with each additional trillion dollars of debt and round of money printing.

Robert October 16, 2012 at 12:57 pm

Obama is hoping Paul can get all his supporters to vote Libertarian…..

Raspy October 16, 2012 at 1:18 pm

…and the NWO et al, are hoping that everyone votes for Obama or Romney. Either way they win, and the people lose…

Brian October 16, 2012 at 1:00 pm

Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan have, at this point, displayed such hypocrisy – and, such a mishandling and misunderstanding of the truth, that I fear them both profoundly negative examples for all Americans. Democrats and Republicans need to be able to live peacefully and work together – but we can’t do that with politicians like these two trying to play both sides, working the system, and lying in hope of getting as many votes as they can. Romney refusing to disclose his tax returns was the beginning (his father disclosed 12 and said it should be required of all President-hopefuls) but Ryan’s exposed stimulus fund requests (during the debate) when he admitted to the “two” letters he wrote Vice President asking for money for Wisconsin, only after being called out on it, are tell-tale. There were actually four (and are available online for anyone to read under the Freedom of Information Act). How about the excellent moderator in the Vice President debate who, kindly, offered Ryan the chance to clear up all the confusion over the Romney “tax plan” – and his refusal to do so? Taxes are of course what politicians plan to do with our hard earned money and so are clearly serious business for any citizen. For him to not be able to elaborate at all on any specifics; to refuse to offer any details on what, exactly, their plan is…is dangerous. And I don’t think that we need to go into the fact that he actually voted, on record, *against* American women being able to be paid at the same rate as men for doing the same work. That is just not American. It never was and it never will be. We must move forward. 

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 1:10 pm

Agreed, Romney & associates cannot be trusted. But just mentioning this group implies the current administration can be trusted. Not a chance! Everything about the president and his wife have been sealed by court order… and I mean everything! Look at his record in the FOIA system (oh yeah, much of that is sealed as well) and tell me he’s the man for the job… Ron Paul had the guts and conviction to bring issues and fixes to the surface and should have run third party from the onset.

SKC October 16, 2012 at 1:16 pm

So, by doing this (repeatedly, I might add) Paul is tacitly throwing his support to Obama? :) How does he feel about the arms buildup near Libya today? How does he feel about using executive orders to kill US citizens? How does he feel about the executive orders and bypassing both Congress and the laws of the US? How does he feel about the destruction of the balance of power between the three branches of government? What does he feel about the budget deficit and the unprecedented growing of government and the national debt? How does he feel about the QE3 infinite printing of money and unfettered FED? Eh, the list is too long.
Yeah, Ron Paul, support all of this becauses you don’t want to oppose Obama, when you’ve spent your career opposing most of this in the past. So, you leave politics supporting all that you have opposed. It’s a shame really.
And, while I’m at it Brian, are you that ignorant of what’s going on that you actually believe what you write? Yeah, yeah, you can’t listen to any news sources that aren’t “approved” by your party. Serioulsy, you need to get better informed or just be quiet.

Ervin R October 16, 2012 at 1:29 pm

Yep. Ron Paul is for Obama. That is what he is saying by pulling this stunt. But of course, who cares who Paul endorses. If Richard Nixon was running from his coffin, I would endorse him!

Thomas October 16, 2012 at 2:32 pm

Ask yourself how Romney feels about these things. He wants to increase military spending by 4% of the GDP. He wholeheartedly supports the NDAA (killing and detaining US citizens without trial) and Patriot Act. Romney’s plan does NOTHING to address the budget deficit. Read it!! All these things you say he will address he explicitly says he won’t. He only pays lip service to auditing the FED. I guarantee you, that will not be done if he is in office.

Smirks October 16, 2012 at 1:17 pm

Paul won’t endorse Romney, but he won’t endorse Johnson either. No, endorsing another candidate would draw the ire of the Republican party, and as much smack as he can talk about his party, he wouldn’t dare step out of the bounds of the GOP.

SparkleCity October 16, 2012 at 1:30 pm


You are right.

If he was as “pure’ as some believe he would declare himself Independent or Libertarian.

Smirks October 16, 2012 at 1:47 pm

If he was as “pure’ as some believe he would declare himself Independent or Libertarian.

Can’t toss away those precious straight-ticket votes!

? October 16, 2012 at 3:20 pm

Well, he did in 88′ Smirks.

I think the basic problem is that he knows it’s impossible to win under any other party and he’s trying to get exposure to his ideas.

If you don’t think he strictly adheres to his given set of principles for the most part I think you’re off base, whether it’s defined as “Independent”(whatever that is) or Libertarian(whatever that is).

To suggest his affliation with the GOP makes him like them seems a bit of a stretch since he’s not for unending war, big gov’t, cronyism(MIC and TARP oriented for example) and a host of other issues.

I think he pisses off the GOP most simply because those ideals he holds dear…like sound money, balanced budgets and limited gov’t, are all things that the GOP is supposed to be “for” and he points out all the ways they are not.

Paul’s like Moe of the three stooges, always poking Larry & Curly(the GOP and Dems) in the eyes. As a result both sides dislike him(the GOP more because he points out their hypocrisy).

Ervin R October 16, 2012 at 1:28 pm

I always thought Ron Paul was cuckoo. What a sore loser, indeed!

davekpghpa October 16, 2012 at 2:46 pm

Paul is Cuckoo, but in the face of a 16 TRILLION dollar debt, endless wars, and a monetary system that thinks it makes perfect sense to print TRILLIONS more of our dollars to bail out (certain) corporations, banks and foreign governments, you’re going to support the team that advocates 2 trillion more in military spending, more endless wars, more printing money out of thin are and a balanced budget no sooner than 28 freaking years.

Ervin, if that’s not Cuckoo, I don’t know what is. I think you watch too much TV.

Jim Bob October 16, 2012 at 1:33 pm

Ron Paul and his followers are sad little misfits, lost in a modern world. If Romney wins, and it sure looks now like he will, without his endorsement, maybe some of you will finally get the idea that no one cares what you think. Maybe then you will go out and start your own party so the Republicans won’t have to be embarrased by your presence.

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 1:35 pm

As you stated SKC, Ron Paul opposed all of those things and stood firm on our nations needs. Not endorsing Romney is not endorsing Obama. The mainstream media and party ducklings just keep on walking in a line until there is nothing left. He’s not a sore loser, he has his dignity and stands firm on his beliefs. The average american is who is cuckoo… more GMO’s, more BS television shows, more blind trust in government officials, and the list goes on.

BigT October 16, 2012 at 1:36 pm

In effect he’s endorsing Barack Obama…If you suspected Paul is a Nutjob America-hater…this confirms it…

PLEASE Dr. Paul go live in one the countries you think are BETTER than the US…and make sure you run your F**#in mouth about that country, like you DESPISE ours…and see how long those animals you bow down to let you keep your tongue….

Even this guy’s son has turned on him because he turned on us…

What a guy…

PS: Tom Davis just became totally unfit for SC…See Ya’…

Thebeachisback October 16, 2012 at 2:16 pm

You are disgusting!

davekpghpa October 16, 2012 at 5:46 pm

Big T … that was truly dazzling. I bet you were the captain of your college debate team.

BTW, Ron Paul was talking about all the things we need to do to save the country. You, on the other hand, are supporting printing trillions of dollars to go for corporate bail outs and foreign countries, billions of our dollars to foreign aid to countries that hate us, endless wars, and a balanced budget no sooner than 28 years. And, what’s even funnier is that I didn’t even have to ask who you were supporting.

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 1:46 pm

BIG T… you are a complete moron! Ron Paul has more factual information to base his opinion on than you can ever trump up in your distorted and obscure little mind! He is just the only one with the balls to bring it out in public. If you sit and listen to everything the media circus vomits, you end up like BIG T! Look outside the box moron… Rand Paul has aspirations of his own and is still very much aligned with his fathers ideals!!!

Smirks October 16, 2012 at 1:50 pm

and is still very much aligned with his fathers ideals!

Uh, yeah, sure thing boss.

? October 16, 2012 at 3:09 pm


BigT October 16, 2012 at 2:05 pm

If Paul cannot step up when his country needs him…let’s return the favor…

You’re as bad as a Benedict Arnold, if you cannot oppose Obama. we’re headed for a collpase w/ 4 more years of Obama…

If you are so self-centered and hateful as Paul must be…you are not fit to live in my country…

Staffer October 16, 2012 at 2:14 pm

Its a good thing for T that mental “fitness” isn’t a condition of living here or he and his mother would have to move to Mexico.

Thebeachisback October 16, 2012 at 2:17 pm


Thomas October 16, 2012 at 2:18 pm

BigT… just like the Republican Party. If you don’t agree with me, fall in line, then get out of MY country! Do you even realize how ignorant that makes you sound. You really think Romney is going to stave off economic collapse? What, with his “plan”? Have you even read it? He will be capping spending at 20% GDP in 4 years, assumes a 4% growth rate in 2016 that would then allow $500 billion cut – not implemented if growth is not 4%, pass a budget that is not balanced for 27 years, only a 5% cut to non-security discretionary spending the first year, a 10% reduction in the federal work force by attrition, and some small cuts. He also proposes raise defense spending to 4% of GDP. I do not see this as anything near as aggressive as I would expect someone who is pro small government to propose.

Smirks October 16, 2012 at 2:20 pm

If you are so self-centered and hateful as Paul must be…you are not fit to live in my country…

Hahaha, oh wow…

Nölff October 16, 2012 at 2:36 pm

You’re an embarrassment to others in your party.

? October 16, 2012 at 3:10 pm

I agree with Big T. I think we should make Paul supporters wear yellow stars so we know who they are and where we can find them.

dwb619 October 16, 2012 at 4:29 pm

That’s the pot callin’ the kettle!

TontoBubbaGoldstein October 17, 2012 at 11:57 am

It is BigT’s Country™, and don’t you beetchez!

Paul is correct, as usual. Romney or Obama will both bring more wars qnd bigger government. Romney may slightly lower taxes.

* Gonna lay some truth on you peeps, now….*

Taxes are not the problem. Spending is. If you could “starve the beast” by lowering taxes (ie: no borrowing), then taxes would matter. Increasing the deficit/ debt is bad. OTOH, repealing Bush’s tax cuts would represent a miniscule increase in government revenue. It’s the SPENDING, people….and neither Obama or Romney will do a damn thing about it.

TontoBubbaGoldstein October 17, 2012 at 12:14 pm

Forgot the “forget it”, beetchez!

Thomas October 16, 2012 at 2:09 pm

Why does Goldman Sachs contribute money to both political parties? Why contribute to either if the results do not matter? Because the results do matter! Only the third parties threaten their ability to create money out of thin air. This is why they want to keep either establishment party in office. There is no real difference between them. Both of the establishment candidates support the NDAA, Patriot Act, SOPA, TrapWire, military intervention, failed drug war, corporate welfare, gun control, healthcare, etc. The majority of Americans want to see the FED audited. But American’s will be kept blind to the fraud taking place right in front of them. Why?

Give me control of a nations money supply, and I care not who makes it’s laws. ~ Rothschild

Robert October 16, 2012 at 2:14 pm

I could vote for a Ron Paul type candidate, as long as they are realistic.

Give us back our freedoms. Have less goverment. But we can’t have zero governmental involvement.

When Paul says end regulation and let free market work out the problems, I find it hard to believe he is sane.

Robert October 16, 2012 at 2:16 pm

For example: let’s end all governemnt regulatory agencies. Such as the CDC. I’m sure the free market would adequately report and try to resolve this meningitis thing going on.

Sure they would.

wkgmom October 17, 2012 at 11:57 am

You do make a great point Robert, probably not how you thought you were however. How do we even have a “meningitis thing going on” if the CDC was doing their job? Obviously there is no need for the CDC if this kind of outbreak can happen anyways. So let’s stop wasting money on it.

TontoBubbaGoldstein October 17, 2012 at 12:06 pm


( God forgive me for in any way advocating this……..)

That’s what we have lawyers for.

“Have you or a family member become ill or d after recieving a steroid injection? We are the offices of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe……”

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 2:48 pm

I didn’t say totally aligned with Ron Paul’s ideals… he is playing politics which I do not respect him for. The CDC is part of the largest fraud in america (big pharma)! Keep things in perspective when it comes to FEDERAL government intervention. Free market can do a better job with much of the economy. the puppeteers pulling the strings have all the money to keep either Obama or Romney in office, they control the press, they control those already in office and anyone newly elected will be leveraged into compliance! Denying that makes you not worthy to live in this country, which I proudly call home! Besides, when Fukashima #4 implodes it won’t matter who you vote for.

Robert October 16, 2012 at 3:01 pm

CDC is part of biggest fraud???? you may mean FDA, but you can’t mean CDC.

? October 16, 2012 at 3:11 pm

Ross Perot just gave his endorsement to Willard.

So there ya go Neocons, rejoice.

nick October 16, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Ron Paul has earned my vote. Obamney have not earned my vote. Ron Paul made the correct diagnosis of Federal Reserve easy credit leading us to dollar devaluation and currency debasement. Ron Paul is the one with the foreign policy we can actually afford. Obamney will raise the debt ceiling. Ron Paul is the man I trust. Obamney do not have my trust or my vote.

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 3:45 pm

Go Nick! @ Robert,I did actually mean the CDC. Look at their policy makers… they all have direct monetary ties to big pharma. I didn’t say everything they do is bad but they are indeed part of one of the biggest frauds in america! Just like the Dept. of Africulture has direct monetary ties to Monsanto and big Ag, and the list goes on!!!

Robert October 16, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Ok, so you’re saying that free enterprise companies influence regulatory agencies…..so doing away with these agencies would mean the companies would police themselves?????

toyota kawaski October 16, 2012 at 4:28 pm

and the earth is flat

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 5:39 pm

I’m saying that the federal government has no business running every aspect of our lives! Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness without federal guidance at every turn! This extends to allowing other countries to police themselves and at their own expense! It’s not rocket science people. The agencies are not policing things anyway, they are trying to run everything so why give them so much credit for so little? And for the sake of argument… part of the earth is flat… ever heard of a level?

BigT October 16, 2012 at 5:48 pm

If Ron-Paul is so Selfish he cannot come to the aid of his country when it’s about to Fall apart, thanks to Obama…

We will NEVER need him…

Ron Paul needs to choose us or his own selfish ego…

But if you turn your back on this country now (take your ball and go home)…when we most need Americans together against a hideous enemy…

don’t EVER come back begging again…

The fact we even have to ask you…is Disgusting…

Thomas October 16, 2012 at 6:19 pm

Hahaha! You do need us. We won’t come back begging. It is you that are begging by posting crap like this. And when you lose this election, and you will lose, just remember why. Romney didn’t need to cheat to win the Republican nomination. Did anyway. The RNC didn’t need to expel delegates, seat the Ron Paul supporters in the nosebleed section, change rules with the VOICE vote result already displayed on Boehner’s teleprompter to elect their “chosen one”. They did anyway. And now you have the nerve to come begging for us, the people you spit on, to support your guy. The fact that you even ask us… is disgusting.

seriously? October 16, 2012 at 6:04 pm

He’s been there for his country his entire life! The political machine has muted his microphone and the press is told to ignore him. If you claim not endorsing either bought and paid for candidate is abandoning this country, you are totally looney BigT!! What else would you have him do? Should he tell his supporters to back someone he fiercely doesn’t trust himself? Talk about selling out the country!!!

Soft Sigh from Hell October 19, 2012 at 5:29 pm

I can’t vote for those loopy Libertinearianists. I personally think that such types as surgeons and airline pilots should have to be licensed. Strictly even. With lots of requirements. And the industrial output of Metts’s Methatopia should be illegal, and certinly not allowed to be sold from the back of pickup trucks parked along 378 as “youth potion” or “sure-fire cancer cure.”

Charlie Peters October 29, 2012 at 7:06 am

California, Obama / Mitt, November contest would likely give the California winner prize to Obama but how would a 3 way Obama, Mitt & Ron write in vote count end up? RP votes in 2008 were counted.

The Goldman Sacs / Fed reserve / GMO food-fuel twins might create a fun contest with the Texas Dr. Ron Paul

Auit the fed, support HR 459 Paul & S 202 Paul

Is this game about D R or other? maybe it is about saving the republic. Maybe Obama and Mitt are the underdogs.


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