Drunk Ron Paul fan arrested on National Geographic

National Geographic has a cop show that takes place in Montana called Frontier Force, where a drunk Ron Paul fan was stopped for DUI. As the cops question him as to whether he will take their inebriation tests, he starts grilling them on the Constitution and the First Amendment. It ends with him yelling “Ron Paul 2012” several times from the back seat of a police car.



This guy is a hoot!

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173 thoughts on “Drunk Ron Paul fan arrested on National Geographic

  1. Wrong. It’s not about drugs, its the principle. State’s rights. So what if some kids smoke some weed, I’m glad they’re learning about state’s rights and the Constitution. This guy was obviously drunk, but yeah Ron Paul supporters are pretty vocal and dedicated. I like that. Call it immaturity, uncivil, etc… Its passionate and I like it. Most Romney, Obama, Perry, etc… supporters can’t even explain what their candidate stands for.

  2. National Geographic has no objection
    The Right Scoop has no objection
    to an
    independent investigation of 9 11
    with the power of subpoena

  3. I wanted to commend the writers, just in case they look here, on providing such a brilliant socially constructed memetic response for use by anyone caught in debate against a person who wields the Constitution during debate. I see the mark of a fine Gentleman.

    This was definitely needed, as I’ve seen many an argument made awkward by those unable to conjure up a suitable logical fallacy when up against Constitutional arguments. There are several possibilities available here. I suspect we’ll see them used first on Huffington Post, but I could be wrong. Gloriously produced Reno911 gestalt expression. This was no ‘don’t taze me bro’, but hat’s off still.
    I was especially impressed by the line: “What’s the legal limit for hurting somebody?”. This fine meme was belligerent, yet it resonated with all required elements in a rare eloquence. It would have been heard far and wide in days of old. Long and hard enough to imprint t-shirts and perhaps sustain the economy in a humorous and strangely ironic postmodern way! Oh, hell! The timing of protagonist’s “Ron Paul 2012” declaration at the end was magnifique!

    Another thing, a socially constructed spectacle delivered through a reality television entertainment pogrom is obviously 100% real – you’d have to be a truther birther conspiracy crackpot wacko kook-bot to question the authenticity of something like this. Also, tin-foil too! That’s why this is worthy of praise. love!

  4. I wanted to commend the writers, just in case they look here, on providing such a brilliant socially constructed memetic response for use by anyone caught in debate against a person who wields the Constitution during debate. I see the mark of a fine Gentleman.

    This was definitely needed, as I’ve seen many an argument made awkward by those unable to conjure up a suitable logical fallacy when up against Constitutional arguments. There are several possibilities available here. I suspect we’ll see them used first on Huffington Post, but I could be wrong. Gloriously produced Reno911 gestalt expression. This was no ‘don’t taze me bro’, but hat’s off still.
    I was especially impressed by the line: “What’s the legal limit for hurting somebody?”. This fine meme was belligerent, yet it resonated with all required elements in a rare eloquence. It would have been heard far and wide in days of old. Long and hard enough to imprint t-shirts and perhaps sustain the economy in a humorous and strangely ironic postmodern way! Oh, hell! The timing of protagonist’s “Ron Paul 2012” declaration at the end was magnifique!

    Another thing, a socially constructed spectacle delivered through a reality television entertainment pogrom is obviously 100% real – you’d have to be a truther birther conspiracy crackpot wacko kook-bot to question the authenticity of something like this. Also, tin-foil too! That’s why this is worthy of praise. love!

  5. I wanted to commend the writers, just in case they look here, on providing such a brilliant socially constructed memetic response for use by anyone caught in debate against a person who wields the Constitution during debate. I see the mark of a fine Gentleman.

    This was definitely needed, as I’ve seen many an argument made awkward by those unable to conjure up a suitable logical fallacy when up against Constitutional arguments. There are several possibilities available here. I suspect we’ll see them used first on Huffington Post, but I could be wrong. Gloriously produced Reno911 gestalt expression. This was no ‘don’t taze me bro’, but hat’s off still.
    I was especially impressed by the line: “What’s the legal limit for hurting somebody?”. This fine meme was belligerent, yet it resonated with all required elements in a rare eloquence. It would have been heard far and wide in days of old. Long and hard enough to imprint t-shirts and perhaps sustain the economy in a humorous and strangely ironic postmodern way! Oh, hell! The timing of protagonist’s “Ron Paul 2012” declaration at the end was magnifique!

    Another thing, a socially constructed spectacle delivered through a reality television entertainment pogrom is obviously 100% real – you’d have to be a truther birther conspiracy crackpot wacko kook-bot to question the authenticity of something like this. Also, tin-foil too! That’s why this is worthy of praise. love!

  6. everyone from any political camp finds one moron, puts them on camera and advertises them as the typical supporter for one candidate or the other. just like when obama was on the campaign trail and hannity was playing a bunch of welfare babies screaming “i dont gotta worry about my mortgage! obamaa!” and “obama gonna buy me a car i dont need to pay my car notes no mo!!” so most public political figures are guilty of mudslinging through supporters.

  7. Sure he’s a blathering drunk, but at least he wasn’t violent. What’s really funny is the cop in the end saying something about how when you’re drunk,” it’s not normally how you would act”….I’ve met many Paulies…Hahaha…acting like that!! And.. they weren’t drunk!!

  8. STAGED CIA OPERATION.

    BUSH SOUNDS EVEN DUMBER WHEN HE HIMSELF IS DRUNK.

    GOOD JOB DISCREDITING RON PAUL “NAT GEO”

    aka “NATIONAL MEDIAWHORE-OGRAPHIC”

    1. WHAT OBAMA FANS? LOL… THERE ARENT ANY LEFT. ITS NOW A BATTLE BETWEEN REPUBLICANS AGAIN AND THIS IS AN OPERATION USED BRILLIANTLY TO TAKE OUT THE ONLY MAN WHO MAKES SENSE IN THIS CAMPAIGN.

      ITS BRILLIANT BECAUSE LOOK AT HOW MANY PEOPLE THINK LESS OF RON PAUL BECAUSE OF ONE DRUNK IDIOT COUPLED WITH THE FACT THAT THEY DIDN’T CARE WHEN SEEING GEORGE BUSH OUT COLD ON HIS FEET IN A LIQUOR INDUCED STOOPER A YEAR BEFORE HE BECAME PRESIDENT.

      RON PAUL HAS ALL HIS FACULTIES AND IS A SOBER, SENSIBLE INDIVIDUAL, NAMELY WHY HE IS SO DANGEROUS AND EVERY MEDIA OUTLET IS IN FULL ATTACK MODE AGAINST HIM.

    1. I do frequently, and have been familiar with it for some time. Tell me something, honestly, just where in the document do you find support for RP’s position on foreign policy? Go ahead, I’ll wait.

      1. Article I, Section 8, Clause 11 of the United States Constitution

        Under the War Powers Clause, only CONGRESS may declare war. Ron Paul is absolutely CORRECT.

        Where in the document do you find support for warmongers who go to war when the feel like it??

        Idiot. Educate yourself.

  9. Why does Ron Paul receive more $ from military personnel than the other candidates combined? Because our military is as dumb as this drunk?

    1. The relevance of that point would be much clearer if the number of personnel donating was compared to the number that donate nothing at all. 38k in donations is a drip in the bucket in terms of campaign donations.

  10. Why does Ron Paul receive more $ from military personnel than the other candidates combined? Because our military is as dumb as this drunk?

    1. MY POINT EXACTLY

      NAT GEO ONLY RAN THIS ON THE ORDERS OF THEIR PARENT COMPANY WHO BELONGS TO THE ENTIRE HERUM OF MEDIA WHORES THAT SERVICE THE ELITE IN THIS COUNTRY SO RON PAUL HAS AN EVEN LESSER OF WINNING.

      AS IF THEY WOULD LET HIM ANYWAY…

    2. MY POINT EXACTLY

      NAT GEO ONLY RAN THIS ON THE ORDERS OF THEIR PARENT COMPANY WHO BELONGS TO THE ENTIRE HERUM OF MEDIA WHORES THAT SERVICE THE ELITE IN THIS COUNTRY SO RON PAUL HAS AN EVEN LESSER OF WINNING.

      AS IF THEY WOULD LET HIM ANYWAY…

  11. I like how this made it on RS because the guy is a Ron Paul advocate. There are way more videos of drunks who say dumber stuff about candidates but oo wait those candidates are people like Perry, Bachman, Cain, etc…

    Not news worthy, except for haters

    1. Care to share any of those “way more videos of drunks” links? If not, you’re making it up.

      BTW, this is a rhetorical question, since your throwing around of the term “haters” has already convinced me that you are not serious in your comments.

    2. Dude are you serious? It was on NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC! If I had seen a Drunk Sarah Palin fan going on and on about her, I would have posted that too.

      I didn’t post this to bash Ron Paul fans. I posted it because it’s entertainment!

      1. Dude, you guys have been posting nothing but hate on Ron Paul. Mark Levin clips, Limbaugh, now this.

        Enough Ron Paul bashing. Get back to bashing Obama.

        1. You’re clearly exaggerating on this, on the overall percentage of “Hate on Ron Paul” posts. It’s actually less than a handful and as it is RS’s site, that said I have seen in posts here that the “hate” posted on this site comes as much from Paul’s supporters as it does from his detractors. Paul supporters come here and complain about the “treatment” they and their candidate receive while one of the largest Paul forums over at liberty tree has a history of banning all those who raise the slightest question of RP’s policies regardless of how their question is raised. In truth, coming on to this forum and leveling accusations of “blatant hate” against this site, it’s owner as well as it’s users does nothing to sway anyone’s opinion, in fact it only serves to further entrench those who are beset further into the position they already hold.

  12. A big chunk of Ron Paul fans are also 9/11 “truth”ers and conspiracy theorists.

    Here’s a predictable response to this video:
    “THIS GUYS A PLANT!! HE’S A CIA AGENT WORKIN FOR DA FEDERAL GUBMENT USED TO DISCREDIT AND DIMINISH RON PAUL!!! INTELCOMPRO!!! GOOGLE IT! SEE DA TROOF!!!!!!1”

  13. Dear Right Scoop and Right Scoop Fans,

    If you actually pay attention to what Ron Paul says, you would agree with him 85-90% of the time. Ron Paul supporters share much more common ground with you than with Obama or any standard liberal.

    We all agree that the Constitution needs to be legalized immediately.
    We all agree that Life and Liberty should be protected.
    We all agree that government is not the solution to our woes.

    Ron Paul happens to take it a step further and believes that government is not the solution to the world’s woes either. The government of the United States of America should not be the solution for problems faced in other nations.

    If you believe our government sucks at providing solutions here at home, why wouldn’t you believe that it sucks at providing solutions abroad?

    It. just. makes. sense.

    So instead of bashing Ron Paul fans, who happen to be passionate about their consistent, principled platform, focus your energy on the real people who are destroying America. Obama and his liberal zombies.

    1. You mean like, if we build a fence for border security, it will be used to prevent U.S. citizens from leaving? So we’ll be prisoners of our government if we try to enforce our borders?

      No, sorry, don’t agree with that.

        1. The interment of Japanese Americans was indeed a dark stain on our nation’s history, but it’s use in this context is stretching it considerably. Not to mention that it was carried out by an Executive Order by a “Democratic/Socialist” President. In otherwords, Fail!

  14. With a .31 breath alcohol reading, this man has to drink to excess on a regular basis to function as well as he is with that level of alcohol in his system. Therefore he is just another drunk with a modicum of understanding of the Constitution. Do not damn Ron Paul because a drunk espouses his name.

  15. With a .31 blood alcohol content and functioning as well as he is (standing, speaking somewhat coherently) this man drinks to excess on a regular basis to have this kind of tolerance. Therefore he is just another drunk with a modicum of understanding of the Constitution. Don’t damn Ron Paul because some idiot espouses his name.

  16. The best part of the video is where he says he’ll gladly take the breathalizer test and then looks digustingly back at the younger officer (who didn’t answer his first amendment question).

  17. The best part of the video is where he says he’ll gladly take the breathalizer test and then looks digustingly back at the younger officer (who didn’t answer his first amendment question).

  18. The cops were wrong ! He was drinking GHOUL AID!!!!!

    At that level – He should have bursted into a fireball – That would be funny right there.

    Another potential killer off the road – Good job officers

  19. Ron Paul is a big supporter of Scientology.
    Paul’s son is a member, don’t know if Ron is or not.
    The Cult sends them money from all over the world.

    1. Ron Paul is Baptist, his son Rand Paul is a member of the Presbyterian Church.

      You may want to ask why Sarah Palin had John P Coale-hubby of Greta Van S. also known as an “ambulance chaser” of the Bhopal disaster as her advisor and the guy that set up SaraPac…also a KNOWN SCIENTOLOGIST along with his famous wife Greta-we are known by the friends we keep!!

      1. Coale helped set up HillaryPac. And also supported Pelosi. He gave some advice on setting up SarahPac. 2 1/2 years ago. No evidence of any advice since. So he supports women in politics. Sue him.

        And since when does legal pac advice have anything to do with religion?

  20. staged…if you dont see that, you are fools. point 30 content? guy would be almost in a coma

    0.30 BAC: STUPOR. You have little comprehension of where you are. You may pass out suddenly and be difficult to awaken.

    0.35 BAC: Coma is possible. This is the level of surgical anesthesia.

    1. At his weight, which I would hazard a guess at between 200 to 225 pounds, we’ll say 220lbs, if he drank a case of beer over a period of 3 hours (I have seen many people do just this and stagger away) his BAC would be .365 . If we stretch it out over 5 hours (average college night out or frat party) his BAC would be .333 http://www.intox.com/drinkwheel.aspx

  21. So is this a jab at drunk drivers (as it should be) or a jab at your attempt to denigrate ALL Ron Paul fans? VERY disappointed in you RS. There is not that much difference between us and we are all fighting for the same thing, but you help the progressive cause by this petty infighting. I’ve seen some pretty stupid Bachman fans but don’t put them out there for ridicule. After all, we should be looking at the candidate, not their supporters.

      1. Then maybe thinking about how things are perceived should be a step you take. Cause it sure looks that way, as many of the comments here (not just mine) would indicate. So no, I do not have serious problems. Just pointing out something that maybe you are not even aware you are doing! You should thank me.

          1. If he has a problem with my comments I imagine he would say so! And yes, I’ve had my readers point out when I made a similar “whatever you want to call it”. I even said thanks.

      2. Then maybe thinking about how things are perceived should be a step you take. Cause it sure looks that way, as many of the comments here (not just mine) would indicate. So no, I do not have serious problems. Just pointing out something that maybe you are not even aware you are doing! You should thank me.

  22. If this is a slam due to drunkenness, it is only fair to say that Ted Kennedy and bush were quite fond of the bottle. Of course, bush found god and got sober. But we don’t want to get into dirty political discourse, when each party has it’s party animals.

  23. That the Texas loon doesn’t reprimand his army of bozos is the most damning point against him. He talks about democracy being well aware his army of adolescents spam every straw poll negating any value in their results.

    If the GOP had any cajones they’d give him an ultimatum to rein them in or be locked out of the debates and primaries. Of course the Repubics are too stupid to even put on debates designed to make their guys look good. There’s no chance they can handle the Paul Nuts.

    1. The problem, though, is that Rupaul, Grand Dragon of the Paulnuts, will probably go 3rd party. If he does that, he runs America into the serious danger of a split vote that will go against the GOP (not the liberals). The liberals will see no split vote, and this will mean another Obama (or some other leftist miscreant) scoring another victory, and, quite possibly, doing IRREVOCABLE harm to the United States, it’s Constitution and it’s People. If Rupaul wants to lose, again, that’s just fine. Let his paulnuts run out of money, and its made even sweeter with the fact that he’s quitting the House:

      http://www.drudge.com/news/146140/ron-paul-retiring-congress

      To that, I say:

      “SHA-NA-NA-NA
      SHA-NA-NA-NA
      HEY! HEY! HEY!
      GOOD-BYYYEEE!”

      1. Paul draws more from the left than he does from the right.

        They should make the motto: “Come for the legalized pot, stay for the Liberty”

    2. “That the Texas loon doesn’t reprimand his army of bozos is the most damning point against him.”

      And Obama certainly reprimands his followers, doesn’t he? Every supporter of every candidate is an individual and free to act as stupid or ignorant as they want and be judged accordingly.

    3. “That the Texas loon doesn’t reprimand his army of bozos is the most damning point against him.”

      And Obama certainly reprimands his followers, doesn’t he? Every supporter of every candidate is an individual and free to act as stupid or ignorant as they want and be judged accordingly.

  24. That the Texas loon doesn’t reprimand his army of bozos is the most damning point against him. He talks about democracy being well aware his army of adolescents spam every straw poll negating any value in their results.

    If the GOP had any cajones they’d give him an ultimatum to rein them in or be locked out of the debates and primaries. Of course the Repubics are too stupid to even put on debates designed to make their guys look good. There’s no chance they can handle the Paul Nuts.

  25. An aside… ATF was at a concert in Tampa, Florida recently busting tail-gaters (in Florida it may be tail-gators) for underage drinking. The local police were not involved. It was federal agents in SWAT and riot gear. Getting our youth used to the presence of federal law enforcement? Oh, I guess it is BATF now. I am always reminded of WACO and Ruby Ridge (FBI). Ennyway, your tax dollars “at work.” GB

    1. It’s BATFE now, they’re branching out. Odd that feds are out there enforcing State ordinances, I wonder if anyone cited will raise the issue?

      “Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, sounds more like a convenience store than a federal agency” (I always chuckle at that one)

  26. I have to admit, that was interesting. I’m certainly not condoning his alcohol level, that was his “choice” not “excuse”. I thought the police handled it very well and knew the situation. I’ve had my run-ins with a few Ron Paul fans and let’s just say they did more to deter me to vote for him than they did to convince me to vote for him. I have several friends that are Ron Paul fans who do not carry themselves in those ways. I think it’s more of a lesson to think before you drive and speak (and maybe don’t talk politics with the police when drinking).

    And I would have to agree, if it was a Sarah Palin supporter, a conservative, a Teaparty member, any of the other Republican candidates, it would be 24/7 viral. If it was an Obama supporter you would have to do a lot of searching for it and not on google as your search engine either. Shouldn’t we be privy to it all even if we don’t like it.

  27. He may have been inebriated but unlike the liberal democrats that are sober when they break the laws while destroying private & public property or hurt individuals as they chant o b a m a…. and the police stand and do nothing; no arrest. Which is worse?

  28. He may have been inebriated but unlike the liberal democrats that are sober when they break the laws while destroying private & public property or hurt individuals as they chant o b a m a…. and the police stand and do nothing; no arrest. Which is worse?

  29. Now you’re just trying to rile folks up to get comments 😉

    Those were good cops, though. I don’t know many who would be that patient.

    Ron Paul 2012

  30. Republicans have to be extra careful of their behavior at all times unlike the leftists that get a “free ride” for their behavior and actions. Example: In Philadelphia the thugs that said they would kill all the White babies and would not allow people to vote…nothing was or will ever be done about that “hate crime” until obama is out of office. Conservative Republicans are held to a much higher standard.

  31. Two Americans, one (probably of Irish heritage) the perpetrator who knows his position and stands by it even when drunk, the other, the police officer who spoke at the end, doing his job to keep others safe. Different perspectives? Not necessarily. Both Americans. GB

  32. pretty funny really.
    if thats how ron paul supporters are, i think i’ll be a ron paul supporter too.

    love that echoing “ron paul” at the end.

    even the cops are very cool with a drunk who knows ron paul

  33. Waiting for the stupid interview question : Senator Ron Paul, do you approve of the actions of one of your supporters caught on DUI ?

    I mean seriously, can we stop with this stupid standard about Paul ? He his not the responsible of the actions of every single moron who is a supporter of him.

    1. God forbid that you would happen to post a video of Palin supporters drunk, or Perry fans drunk………..sheesh. RS, this is just blatant attacks on Ron Paul supporters, trying to group them in as “drunk nutjobs”. If you had ANY integrity, you wouldn’t be doing this.

      ADDED:

      This is just as bad as the Lamestream Media portraying the Tea Party as KKK members off ONE video.

      1. RS, this is just blatant attacks on Ron Paul supporters, trying to group them in as “drunk nutjobs”

        Do you think you could point out in RS’s post just where he states that the guy’s behavior is indicative of Ron Paul supporters?

      2. RS, this is just blatant attacks on Ron Paul supporters, trying to group them in as “drunk nutjobs”

        Do you think you could point out in RS’s post just where he states that the guy’s behavior is indicative of Ron Paul supporters?

        1. KenInMontana,

          Does one have to point out where RS indicates this behavior is indicative of Ron Paul supporters? Ask yourself the question: What make this news worthy to devote a blog post to? If this were a Rick Perry supporter or a Sarah Palin supporter would this even be an issue? It’s only funny (to RS) BECAUSE it’s a Ron Paul supporter. I think that point is fairly obvious (especially given some of the earlier comments that indicate that this is common to RP supporters).

          So you can pretend this is just an ‘innocent’ post to poke fun at a drunk guy, but you and I both know there is something deeper being meant by this; Barton has a very valid point especially about the way the MSM loves to do hit jobs on the Tea Party.

          1. As a matter of fact, Yes. He leveled a specific accusation. I’m not pretending about anything, much less any “powers” of divining the motivations of someone else. In the end every candidate is fair game in the election process, and Paul supporters are as guilty as any other candidate’s supporters of attacking anyone who questions their candidate’s position. Besides the fact that this is RS’s site and he is free to post whatever he likes, just as those who disagree with his POV are free to go elsewhere.

            1. I believe that you are reading way to much into the ramblings of a drunk. The fact that he is drunk and the discussion of the first amendment question to the cop are probably not related. How many intelligent well thought out conversations have the rest of us had when we had a few too many? The mind loses its ability to connect thoughts and subjects. He was just weird.

              1. Actually no, I have heard attempted “Constitutional defenses” by folks that had a “few too many” quite frequently over the years, more often than not by college students. If it is indicative of anything it is a lack of understanding of or, complete ignorance of the document.

      3. It happened on NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, on a cop show where you don’t normally see this kind of stuff. I simply thought it was hilarious, especially the way this guy kept talking about the Constitution. You are reading way more into this post that I put into it.

        Can’t you just laugh at the guy and enjoy the video?

        1. It was pretty funny especially the part where he was fixated on the cop that didn’t respond to his question about the 1st Amendment.

      4. It happened on NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, on a cop show where you don’t normally see this kind of stuff. I simply thought it was hilarious, especially the way this guy kept talking about the Constitution. You are reading way more into this post that I put into it.

        Can’t you just laugh at the guy and enjoy the video?

  34. Driving on public/government roads means that you have contractually agreed to be bound by the rules, and to accept the consequences of violating those rules. The cops are just enforcing that contract, which is a proper role of the government. If you don’t want to be part of that contract, then don’t drive on public/government roads. The man agreed to have his individual rights violated if he broke the contract, and that’s what we’re seeing here, even though the guy doesn’t realise it.

    1. Many people are in violation of their ‘contract’ when they leave the bar. Only a fraction of them are stopped, which in a way discriminates against the worst offenders even though the lesser offenders have still broken the law (yea, and their ‘contract’ with government).

    2. Driving is a privilege not a right, the continuance of that privilege is contingent on living up to certain responsibilities and by driving impaired he failed to live up to those responsibilities, so in truth none of his rights were “violated”. However, your overall premise is correct.

      “The right to swing my fist ends where the other man’s nose begins”~Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

  35. c’mon…if he blew a .301 he would have been falling on the ground…or maybe atleast staggering…how about just a little typsy. He cant me much more than 6ft-190lbs +/-.
    looks like an actor to me. Trust me, I know drunk. lol.
    Anyway, I could be wrong, but I’m 6ft-190 and to be at .301 that would equal 14 to 15 beers. Lets just say that after 12 beers, I’m not ginkam yna esnes reveostahw.
    For those of you that do not read “drunk” I’m not making any sense whatsoever.
    This is just propaganda media to portray Ron Paul supporters & Ron Paul as crazy.

    1. “This is just propaganda media to portray Ron Paul supporters & Ron Paul as crazy.”

      I didn’t need the video to convince me me about the mental issues of RP and his Paulbots.

    2. It was a .031 that he blew. This was filmed in the Bozeman area which is the home of Montana State University, this guy is just a typical college student who has had too much to drink. Between Missoula and Bozeman (both college towns) we see a lot of this, drunk college kids who like a lot of college kids, ramble and say pretty dumb things to very patient LEOs when they are drunk (first amendment defense for DUI, really?). Hardly a hit piece on Paul supporters.

      1. The video makes it pretty clear that he a blew a .301. If it had been .031 he would have been under the limit of .08.

        I totally disagree with the crippled, though, about what a .301 would require. I routinely drink 15 beers before lunch and I’m not stumbling around for the rest of the day. Give me two glasses of wine, though, and I’ll need a nap and some aspirin. As far as hard liquor is concerned, I gave that up after my last encounter with Southern Comfort when I was 22.

        1. Yep it was .301 I transposed the zero for some reason, my bad. The guy likely was doing beer and shots, mixing the two never really goes according to plan.

        2. Are you really routinely drinking 15 beers before lunch? If you are, your alcoholic big time, and should stop drinking entirely.

    3. It was a .031 that he blew. This was filmed in the Bozeman area which is the home of Montana State University, this guy is just a typical college student who has had too much to drink. Between Missoula and Bozeman (both college towns) we see a lot of this, drunk college kids who like a lot of college kids, ramble and say pretty dumb things to very patient LEOs when they are drunk (first amendment defense for DUI, really?). Hardly a hit piece on Paul supporters.

    4. Tolerance. The guy got arrested for DUI. That’s typically indicative of someone who has a few on regular basis.

    5. Tolerance. The guy got arrested for DUI. That’s typically indicative of someone who has a few on regular basis.

    6. Little curious myself about that high a reading.

      …and this video is not necessary to confirm my belief that Paulites are NUTS!!!!

  36. What gets me is this site advertises for Goldline. As if any of it’s stupid libtard readers are going to buy gold…

          1. No problem…

            I learned it totally by accident.
            I clicked “like” instead of “reply” on a raging lefty comment and was so pissed at myself that I started banging the like button about twenty one times..

            I’m just glad I didn’t stop at twenty… or the like would have remained !!

    1. I guess one difference could be that Ron Paul can hide the crazy a lot of the time, whereas LaRouche’s nuttiness was always on full display… 😉

    1. He will actually get his Miranda warning twice, once in the car after he is secured and a second time at the jail once he sobers up. More than likely he will be OR’ed once he is sober handed a copy of the citation with the time for his court appearance on it, which is SOP for first time DUI’s.

  37. I have seen Van Jones’ thugs and anarchists yell
    ” its my 1st amendment right ” and
    ” police brutality”
    when cops arrest them for rioting and vandalism .
    Ofcourse they are not drunk.
    They are high

      1. Mind readin’ and prophesyin’ are bad habits of a lot of RP supporters at this site. You like to think you know what we’re thinking, and what we would do, but in fact, you do not know.

        Clearly it depends on the commentary provided with the item in question.

        My guess is that if someone else had posted the vid first, here in the comments, and then went on to claim it was how RP supporters act, his post would have been removed for “trolling for a fight.”

        1. Really?

          “Proof that Ron Paul kiddies are as misinformed as they claim the rest of us are.”

          “Seems pretty typical to me.”

          and my fav:

          “Face it, everyone but the Paulites consider his army of adolescent male whackos to be typical of libertarians in general. The bad manners and insulting behavior of the True Believers and their organized spamming on every online or straw poll is NEVER addressed by Ron Paul himself. He is totally happy to allow his geek army to abuse the system as long as his money bombs work.

          That Ron doesn’t have the good manners and honor to tell the thousands of jerks who support him to grow up proves he is incapable of real leadership.”

          Another example of what I am talking about is this totally erroneous one on Palin:

          http://www.politicususa.com/en/palin-fans-kill

          The headline is so much worse than the actual story but read the comments.

          This is the same thing done on all sites, not just this one, against Ron Paul.

          Oh and just so you don’t think I’m picking on RS, I am a constant thorn in the side of Media Matters when they bash Beck and Palin.

          1. You miss a very important fact with those quotes.

            Those were comments on the original post. VERY different from accusing the site owner of what you claim.

            I stated that if someone else had put that vid in a comment and stated that it’s typical of RP supporters, that would clearly be trolling for a fight. Big diff from commenting on what the original post says. Comment sections are full of silliness.

            Meanwhile, you can scan back for lots of abusive comments by RP supporters at this site and around the web. Many threads involve multiple versions of “you neocons” (meaning non-RP supporting Republican voters) and your bloody wars, blah, blah, blah. Gets pretty old.

            I take your point that it’s overdone, and probably by all sides, but I’m standing up for TRScoop here.

  38. Wow. The production quality of these types of shows has really come a long way. I haven’t watched Cops in years but that clip doesn’t even look real compared to what I remember from Cops. Bad lighting, bad sound, shaky camera.

    I’d like to know how they got that guy to sign the release form.

      1. That’s actually what confused me. Why on earth would ANYONE allow that to be aired on TV? Court, sure, he’d have no choice. But as far as I know a TV show can’t just show you without you signing a release form. That’s why so many reality shows blur the faces of bystanders and witnesses.

        I wonder if he got paid.

          1. No you’re not. They often receive a reduced sentence plea bargain in exchange for signing releases, which is why sometimes you do actually see a guy’s face blurred out even on Cops.

      2. That’s actually what confused me. Why on earth would ANYONE allow that to be aired on TV? Court, sure, he’d have no choice. But as far as I know a TV show can’t just show you without you signing a release form. That’s why so many reality shows blur the faces of bystanders and witnesses.

        I wonder if he got paid.

    1. Video cam stabilizers are much more compact (and affordable) than they used to be. Image stabilization lenses are common and today’s CMOS imagers can see in infra red. Low light capabilities are much improved. Today’s ‘prosumer’ cams are capable of broadcast-quality video. So even if it looks staged, keep that in mind.

      1. In my interaction, most act this way. At least they have the right building blocks of being better informed later in life than their college-aged liberal counterparts.

        1. Very true Joe. Odd as it is to say, I wish the paulnuts were the left wing in this country rather than the current batch of what we call left in this country. At least, though we’d disagree with them, they would adhere to the Constitution the best they can.

          1. Yes, I agree. Paul is crazy. Every real American knows that we need BOMBS, lots of BOMBS, to kill all of those dirty brown people.

            Like all true Americans, I love seeing the bombs my country makes blow up those dirty stinking rat kids over in the middle east.

            Don’t vote Ron Paul, he’s crazy!!!!

    1. Joe Joe Joe. Seriously? I mean you can’t honestly believe that one individual acting stupid is a representation of all the members of a group. If you do than the aforementioned claim that we believe you are misinformed is a fitting description!

      1. Face it, everyone but the Paulites consider his army of adolescent male whackos to be typical of libertarians in general. The bad manners and insulting behavior of the True Believers and their organized spamming on every online or straw poll is NEVER addressed by Ron Paul himself. He is totally happy to allow his geek army to abuse the system as long as his money bombs work.

        That Ron doesn’t have the good manners and honor to tell the thousands of jerks who support him to grow up proves he is incapable of real leadership.

        1. “Money bombs” vs. “Real bombs”.

          Yeah, maybe we are children cuz we don’t drop “real bombs” like you yours…

          but at least we aren’t advocates for murder…

    2. If you notice the people who like Ron Paul, many are just pot heads who want pot legalized……that’s it….and this guy is probably one of them

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