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Tuesday, 10 July 2007

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GOP running scared?

NEW YORK - Presidential hopeful, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX), was called "an idiot" by Flush Dimbulb on his daily 'Excellence In Blabbermouthing' radio networks, 'The Flush Dimbuld Show.'

He began the first hour of his show by praising President Bush as being smarter and more articulate than most Americans. He later took calls from some of his favorite guests, including Faux News top Kool-Aid drinkers, Shauna Vanity and Swill O'Biley, where they whined and complained about Ron Paul for over an hour.

In the third hour, Dimbulb went into a rant about "…those who are not eligible to be president." After continuing to praise Mr. Bush for all his successes, he continued his lip-flapping, saying,

"Listen folks, here's this guy who's against the war in Iraq, doesn't take cash handouts from Big Oil nor Big Pharma lobbyists, he believes in the Bill of Rights as it is written, he's a capitalist, he goes on these debates and upsets my friend, 'Captain 9/11' (R-WTC), then he has the nerve to say that government should be a lot smaller and to dissolve the IRS! This guy's an idiot! It's incredible! It's unbelievable folks!"

A spokesman for Ron Paul's 'Hope For America' campaign, said the reason for the venom and the vitriol is because they're getting scared. He said that as Congressman Paul is rising in - and is topping - most of the polls, the big shots who have their hands in America's pockets do not want to lose their authoritarian power over the citizens.

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