Paul Family Continues To Betray Followers: Rand Endorses Romney

Rand Paul endorses Mitt Romney (Hannity, 6/7/12) – YouTube

Yet another step down the road: a lot of Ron Paul believers were raging at me when I learned he was best friends with Romney in secret.  I warned the Ron Paul believers to prepare themselves to being totally betrayed.  When Ron’s son-in-law let it slip that Ron was packing his bags and giving up, the believers again raged at me and made endless excuses for their cynical leader claiming there were all sorts of tricky back room tactics that would work while Ron pretended to be quitting.


This was all delusional thinking and now that his own son has happily endorsed Romney totally, this betrayal of the movement is now total.  Romney is Wall Street from top to bottom.  He is the speculators who are tax evaders nonstop and in totality.  He is what ails our economy.  Ron Paul played with Romney with kid gloves from nearly day one and this used to puzzle me and now doesn’t at all.


He has played a great game…of betrayal.  Betraying the libertarians so they would be totally neutralized this election, unable to find someone to back as a third party candidate.  I believe the Ron Paul supporters who were very successfully taking over all the GOP conventions scared the Wall Street elites so Paul had to dismantle this movement bit by bit but not so fast as to energize them into backing a real libertarian.  So he played a merry cat and mouse game with his believers trying to keep them all rounded up but defanged.


Here is a very sad pro-Ron Paul website where we can read in the comments the level of delusional trust his own followers still have after this quite obvious betrayal:  Hannity / Politico: Rand Paul Endorses Mitt Romney | Peace . Gold . Liberty | Ron Paul 2012.  Rand Paul decided to do the endorsement first before his dad because if Ron did this today, he would be attacked by his finally enraged followers.  The violence directed towards the Ron Paul people at the last three state conventions scared everyone including Ron himself who didn’t stand up for any of them.  He ran away, actually.


The fighting spirit of the Ron Paul supporters is pretty amazing but leaderless, they will end up like…sheeple led to the slaughter unless they wake up right away and realize, they are menacing the 1%, the people who the Occupy Wall Street anarchists were all yelling about.  Both Ron and Rand Paul are allies of the 1% rich.  Never forget this!  Being antiwar and ineffective, Ron Paul could say pretty much anything with no harm done to him, he was herding sheeple for the 1%.


But when the sheeple turned into wolves hunting Romney and his rich buddies, this is where Ron showed his true colors: yellow for cowardice.  He wanted his own money, his own family to get richer, not save anyone.  Period.  He is a leader of a clan that exploits followers for loot and power but has no true desire to change much of anything any more than Obama, the guy on the left that betrayed everyone with his ‘Change’ turning into a wooden nickel.


No one is being allowed to change anything.  Lobbyists control Congress and the Pentagon is controlled by foreign powers and the US people are viewed as a source of endless loans and free money printing on behalf of international bankers, religious fanatics and warmongers.  NOTHING Ron is doing will stop this.  If he were serious, he would have joined up with Kucinich.  Instead, AIPAC got rid of him and he is now gone for good and one more light is extinguished.  We are on the road to war and Ron Paul isn’t standing in the middle of the road, daring the war machine to run him over.  Nope, he is going home to have fun.  Goodbye and good riddance to you, may guilt follow you down this road of defeat.sunset borger

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19 responses to “Paul Family Continues To Betray Followers: Rand Endorses Romney

  1. emsnews
    Benton’s total income from the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign and PACs, in the 2012 election cycle, is at least $586,616, EPJ has learned.

    According to Open Secrets, he has been paid $322, 577 in the 2012 election cycle, by Liberty PAC. His total income directly from the Ron Paul presidential campaign 2012 is, to date, $264,039.

    Benton is married to Ron Paul’s granddaughter Valerie Pyeatt.


    Further proof the Paul clan has used his popularity with libertarians to steal money from supporters.

  2. DeVaul

    Sickening. I always suspected too that he was promoting his son to form some kind of new political dynasty — like the Kennedy’s. Why else would he come here to Kentucky to join hands with Mitch the Warlock?

    Some psychiatrist or psychologist should do a study of his followers right now to see what can be learned about those who were obviously betrayed, but can never admit it. Not even to themselves privately.

    I see no news at the Silver Bear about the Ron Paul betrayal. Nothing. I am not sure that any news service or blog other than Elaine’s will dare speak the truth on this matter.


    Well, Elaine, I am obliged to eat of the bitter HUMBLE PIE. I gave you grief about your earlier ron paul comments and it appears you were right and I, wrong.

    Apologies to you, ma’am.


    ELAINE: Thank you, I am honored to know you a little, sir! I care about things a lot and know that betrayals hurt worse than anything an enemy dishes out.

  4. Doug_F

    Excellent piece Elaine!

    Zerohedge is talking about.

  5. Similar has been noted about Lyndon Larouche, yes?

  6. This is just too typical, it has happened before with Obama. When the Campaign for Liberty followers and Tea Partiers decide to take matters into their own hands, they’ll be treated the same way as Occupy has been: surveilled, harassed, pepper-sprayed, brutalised, jailed, excessively fined, kettled. Because TPTB will no longer consider them useful.

  7. DeVaul

    Looks like more and more people are waking up and pointing out the not-so-obvious about Ron Paul — and others. Interesting comments under the Tarpley video. Looks like every politician is just in it for the money.

    I wonder if George Washington was just in it for the money? If he was, at least he worked for it: crossing the Deleware at night in row boats, fleeing Redcoats everywhere, inspecting the troops at Valley Forge.

    Shouldn’t politicians have to do more than hold out their hands and say “yea” when handed a 500 page tome from a banking lawyer?

    For those who are wondering why Mao frog-marched “intellectuals” and other oligarchs out to the rice paddies, this is why.

  8. Being There

    Agreed, Elaine and your last paragraph says it best.

    There can be no real choices for the voters. Yep you get to vote for an empty label Dem, Rep, Libertarian, Green (the last two —no biggie you never even hear the names of those running)–

    It all boils down to one thing and one thing only:

    Under the rubric of Pax Americana there can be nothing but propaganda to propagate un-ending war, a hollowing out of the economy, the fall of a functioning middle class who fell asleep at the wheel long ago, and the marriage of privatized monopolies with the government leadership that push all laws through to their benefit through lobbyists.

    We’ve got an uberclass of financial criminals I call the untouchables who never break the law because the laws have already been “fixed”.

    In the end we have inverted communism which feels to the common man the same as Marxist communism. Both are dismal failures.

  9. Being There

    The idea of frog marching the intellectuals is more a look through the looking glass of inverted systems.

    In the case of the cultural revolution (and the Great Leap Forward) in China the communist totalitarian dictatorship didn’t want dissent by those who understood their own history.

    This was not punishment for having raped the system before the Communist Revolution.

    My last paragraph stands.

  10. Cognitive Dissonance is one of the most powerful of the psychological defences. When people are not prepared to accept the truth (in this case the betrayal of the Pauls) the mind comes up with some kind of justification to smooth over the psychologial and emotional pain and conflict.

    I salute the Paul followers who are mature enough to see what is going on. The confused ones that go on emotional attacks and rants against the messengers need to take a long, careful look at themselves and their position.

  11. emsnews

    All hero worship is dangerous. We humans have a strong tendency to worship heroes, by the way. It is probably genetic. But still dangerous.

  12. Z

    Ron Paul is no hero of mine … I have none, I don’t even understand the concept (respect is one thing, worship is many steps too far when you are talking about members of a universally flawed species) … but it is still disappointing that he supports Romney.

    It is almost impossible to get a presidential candidate from either of the two major parties that will truly represent the best interests of this country … their infrastructure is too corrupted. The only way to do produce a candidate of the people … and it’s a long, hard road … is through the 99% building other political parties .


  13. Dosha

    I wanted to believe in Ron Paul, but I have always gotten a weird vibe from him. After all his years in Congress, he’s been a pretty ineffective congressman. Gotta give him credit though, he’s a good shyster and good at bilking people who are desperate for our country to change its direction. In other words he is an excellent con man for himself and family. Family values at their finest. I’ve learned to set my expectations with politicians low, and dang it, I keep having to set ’em lower, pathetic actually. I feel bad for all the sincere supports who have basically been given the middle finger by father and son.

  14. Paul S

    When you get right down to it, Ron Paul is the Perfect Republican. Ron Paul’s WHOLE political career has been about deception. Masquerading as something he is really not: a Libertarian who is fighting the Big Banks and the Fed fpr example. Deception is THE most used tactic of the Republican Party. They pretend to care about Freedom, about a less intrusive government, about letting people run their own lives. The truth? Almost exactly the opposite. Republican LOVE Big Governemnt; they just only love corporate controlled Big Government. Obviously, Republicans can’t come right out and SAY that, they have to disguise their intentions; these guys are con artists after all. Ron Paul’s followers? I know their mindset well; I used to be a brainwashed right winger myself. Facts don’t mean anything to these gullible Ron Paul followers. What little negative information about Paul gets through their intellectual blinders just won’t register. They will ascribe most all of the Ron Paul negativity to those evil Liberal Elites who somehow control everything even though Republicans have been in The White House 20 of the last 32 years and have controlled Congress for a similar number of years. Some of these brainwashed followers, imho, are unbreakable; NOTHING will get through to them. And some of Ron Paul’s followers have known all along that Ron Paul is and always has been merely a straw man for dissent in the Republican Party. Republicans must take acting classes before the take office; a useful skill for them. Deception. It’s always about deception with the REAL GOP.



    i guess i am really lost. does Rand Paul’s march for Romney and Israel mean that Ron Paul has done the same thing. Rand Paul is doing it for the shekels, and Ron Paul has not done so, as far as i know.

  17. emsnews

    Ron is hiding behind his son. He wants desperately to support Romney openly but can’t due to his enraged followers so he had his son do this for him.

    Faith in leaders takes one off the cliff if one ignores obvious road signs.

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