Friday, November 9, 2012

Former Ron Paul Aide Says Democrats Should Drown

More or less, anyways. Eric Dondero, an apparent psychopath who somehow got a job somewhere, says he would require a Democrat supporter to mouth "Obama sucks" before he would save them from drowning, according to this New York Magazine article - implying of course that saving someone from drowning has become a conditional thing.

Here's his main schtick:
All family and friends, even close family and friends, who I know to be Democrats are hereby dead to me. I vow never to speak to them again for the rest of my life, or have any communications with them. They are in short, the enemies of liberty. They deserve nothing less than hatred and utter contempt.
I strongly urge all other libertarians to do the same. Are you married to someone who voted for Obama, have a girlfriend who voted 'O'. Divorce them. Break up with them without haste. Vow not to attend family functions, Thanksgiving dinner or Christmas for example, if there will be any family members in attendance who are Democrats.
Do you work for someone who voted for Obama? Quit your job. Co-workers who voted for Obama. Simply don't talk to them in the workplace, unless your boss instructs you too for work-related only purposes. Have clients who voted Democrat? Call them up this morning and tell them to take their business elsewhere.
Have a neighbor who votes for Obama? You could take a crap on their lawn. Then again, probably not a good idea since it would be technically illegal to do this. But you could have your dog take care of business. Not your fault if he just happens to choose that particular spot.
And this is the kind of person that libertarians and anarcho-capitalists say is "moral," lawl.

The only reason I guarantee this man hasn't uttered the words "shoot them on sight," is because he knows he'll get in trouble for it. "Utter hatred and contempt" are not words used lightly.

This man is a special case of crazy. If you'd like to tell him just how crazy he actually is, please visit his blogger page. Just don't click on anything that may give him money.

1 comment:

  1. I actually think isolating Ron Paul supporters from society is a good idea.

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