Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Paultards paint the town

The Lancaster Online covers the continuing problem of Paultard vandalism.
Here are some highlights:

Lisa Armellino, another member of the group, suspects a Paul opponent of the vandalism. "None of us would ever do that because we know it's against the law. What I think is it's a supporter of another candidate, clear-cut," she said.

There are at least half a dozen examples of Paul graffiti in the city, and three more that have been scrubbed off already: on the Penn Square monument, 3-foot-tall letters on the Lititz Pike bridge near the Lancaster Stockyards, and on the concrete walls high up on Lancaster Square.

"It's difficult to remove this time of year because we can't use our graffiti machine," Charlotte Katzenmoyer, the city's public works director, said. The high-pressure sprayer uses a baking soda-and-water mixture to wipe spray paint from the walls of buildings, but officials fear the water will freeze over on walkways so they don't use it this time of year.
And later:
It's unclear whether the campaign is organized, but a blogger nicknamed "saveamerika" is running what he calls The Ron Paul Spraypaint Revolution, and has posted stencil images of the candidate to download and cut out.

"I must say that Ron Paul would NEVER endorse any kind of illegal graffiti, destruction of property or unauthorized spray-painting to promote his campaign," writes saveamerika." With that disclaimer stated, I urge you to spraypaint the Ron Paul stencils in areas of clear visibility, high traffic and maximum exposure. (think stoplights, stop signs, areas of interstate congestion)
If the Paultards can't even take responsibility for their own graffiti artists, then how the heck do they expect to take credit for an entire country? "No sir, unemployment and poverty didn't take a sudden upsurge as a result of Ron Paul's policies. I'm sure that this is all a conspiracy from an opposing country, hoping to flood our country with illegals in order to make Ron Paul look bad. Libertarian failure is an oxymoron."

3 comments:

Tim said...

The first time I ever heard of Richard Nixon was when I was like 8 and I saw graffiti that said "IMPEACH NIXON" and I asked my parents what it meant. Just thought I'd share.

FuckRonPaul said...

Weren't they doing this shit in L.A. as well? Or did they get shot by the Crips and the Bloods?

Jarrod Henry said...

Here's something on a side note..

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h110-3216

Check THAT out.

Apparently Ron Paul doesn't believe in the 9/11 Truth movement, as he says Osama and AQ did it.. and he doesn't believe in interventionism by our army, but the Blackwaters of the US are just FINE ;)