Fucking awesome.
Person 1: Hey man!
Person 2: Ron Paul fucking rocks.
Person 1: Why?
Person 2 simply stares at Person 1 and in his breath says, "Ron Paul Revolution!." Person 1 dies...
by MeatLoaf Enchilada August 27, 2008
A batshit insane politician who presents himself as Libertarian fringe candidate, but in reality is no different than your average Conservative-Republican. Claims to be a champion of personal liberty when he has voiced opposition to gay rights and separation of church and state and has come out as rather hostile towards immigrants, minorities and pretty much anyone who isn't white. People who support him are mostly college kids and young adults who jumped on the bandwagon when they heard he wants to legalize drugs or ex-republicans who still wanted to hate the left and the government.
If you support Ron Paul, I urge you to read a little more about him, and think for yourself if he's truly that great. I'm not saying don't support him, I myself actually agree with him on some issues, but don't just join a political movement just because it's becoming this cool new thing to do.
by GaaraoftheDamned December 19, 2013
Obviously the people who are extolling him have never had the misfortune of living in his district.

The guy who:
-Voted for Claudette aid but not Ike aid, because he had to appease his national constituents and did not care that Gilchrist and Bolivar looked like nuclear bombs hit them because he got famous.
-Called for NFIP premiums to be lowered with the Flood Control and Modernization Act but said we shouldn't pay for Katrina because he's totally not racist. Oh, and the NFIP was not billions in the hole after the 2005 hurricane season, and is a program a small-government libertarian would support.
-Had a newsletter that his Democratic opponent got a hold of in 1994 that said blacks were notoriously "fleet-footed" and cited bogus statistics from the Department of Justice. When the Victoria Advocate asked his office to disclose the newsletter to refute it, he refused. Did I mention he's not racist?
-The Houston Chronicle and the Victoria Advocate always endorse the other guy running against him.
-Says he doesn't vote for earmarks but got a bunch of pork barrel spending for shrimpers in Lake Jackson.
Ron Paul is the ultimate Machiavellian politician, because he has the appearance of virtue without actually having it.
by nbakuchev June 07, 2010
The last hope for America. The only politician who actually gives a rat's ass about the Constitution.
If Ron Paul existed during the American Revolution, he would easily become one of the founding fathers.
by david smith, jr. February 05, 2008
Congressman from Lake Jackson,Texas in the metro Houston area. He works as a medical doctor. He has been a consistent classical liberal or libertarian as congressman and a presidential candidate (as a Republican in 2008 and a Libertarian in 1988). He holds to a consistent constitutionalist position upholding the Lockean political philosophy that the United States was founded upon. He argues for a nighwatchman view of the State consistent with the Jeffersonaian view of the U.S. Constitution.

On social issues Congressman Paul is a conservative. He supports the right to life and opposes abortion on demand. He also opposes open borders policy on immigration realizing that it is crucial to protect the culture the American political, legal, and economic system is rooted in. Even though some of his supporters are social and moral nihilists, Paul has maintained a consistent social conservatism and realizes that the main source of leftist attack on American traditions has been the Federal government. Even though he supports drug and sex deregulation, he has never endorsed illicit drug use or aberrant sexual practices. His position is to allow nature to take its course with reckless and immoral behavior rather than placing such behavior on par with traditional morality.

This same logic is present in his economic policy. Companies or individuals who can create new products or services that people choose to buy because they perceive these products or services can help them should be free to prosper. Those who offer poor quality products or services should be allowed to fail. Government should only provide basic rules for these pursuits to take place, such as prevention of fraud and enforcing contracts. As Milton Friedman used to say, the market forces people to "put up or shut up." This maxim applies to life-styles as well as business enterprises.
I am voting for Ron Paul because he stands for the principles Jefferson articulated in 1776 in the Declaration of Independence.
by Tex in Tex January 28, 2008
Current Texas Congressman (Republican) and one of the most popular Republicans on the internet, second to Chuck Norris. He is a libertarian, believes in strict adherence to the Constitution and often disagrees with his own party as often as with the Democrats, such as with the Iraq War and War on Drugs. He ran for the Libertarian Party for President some time ago. More recently, he ran for President in 2008 for the Republican nomination and did fairly well, but failed to enter the mainstream contest between McCain/Romney/Huckabee. He is running again in 2012. Instead of relying on "elderly gun nuts" to gain support for his Presidential bids, Ron Paul appears to have a small but close following among young libertarians who are often seen on the internet.
RON PAUL 2008!

RON PAUL 2012!

by JohnPrestwick July 18, 2011
If God will give a damn about now-relapsing America, one man chosen will wield Holy Blade, endowed by the Higher One, to strike down against all injustice politics and rooted America back to Constitution, and it will be HIM, Ron Paul.
Can't wait to see Ron Paul's Judgement Day, where all half-brain administration will be purged.
by Ronthebest1 September 16, 2011

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