Dr. Rep. Ron Paul permanently banned from Interwebs as terrorist threat


In an unusual move, key but delusional supporters of the Interweb-based holographic image and Presidential dictator-aspirant Generalissimo Ronaldo Paul have been permanently banned from the Interwebs.

Apparently, these supporters–who are known as Paulbots in key, highly classified national security agency circles–have finally gone too far, resulting in the Interweb giving them a stiff and unmistakable warning of the nature of their threat:
“We’re upset that you’ve discovered where we keep the black helicopters, so we’re silencing you in an attempt to keep you from warning the rest of your brethren so we can round you all up and send you to re-education camps all at once.”

Rep. Tom Tancredo fully supports this disciplinary move.

In my night time vision, God has Revealed through His Infinite Knowledge that Rep. Tom and his Close circle of advisers are currently working up a proposal to mine NSA datebases for evidence of Paulbot activities, and then to then to rendition them from their mommies and daddies into comfortable quarters where they will be treated humanely NOT be subjected to torture until we get the answers we are looking for.

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One Response to “Dr. Rep. Ron Paul permanently banned from Interwebs as terrorist threat”

  1. BurgerMeister Says:

    I don’t know if it’s feasible to find and rendition and torture all these PaulBots. The Tancredo administration would have to spend money like drunken Democrat sailors to combat this problem. Rubber hoses don’t grow on trees, you know.

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