Ron Paul: the Road to REVOLution Video Game

This takes the Ron Paul ad campaign to the next level:

10 Comments on "Ron Paul: the Road to REVOLution Video Game"

  1. Dusty Dusterson II | Apr 12, 2012 at 7:02 pm |

    Ron Paul and computer games: two fantasy worlds finally brought together!

  2. NarwhalNecropsy | Apr 12, 2012 at 7:19 pm |

    This is beyond stupid.

  3. What’s sad is this guy believes that “Ron Paul” represents the “Revolution” (What revolution?) When in reality Ron Paul would have been another Obama. The voice of “change” pre-election, the voice of “thanks-for-the-vote-suckers” post-election.

    • I think you may have forgotten that Ron Paul is the most consistent politician in the past three decades…  Anyone could have predicted Obama would be a fail.  Paul has a chance to start an idea I believe his son will carry out in the future.  What revolution???  Look around you,  things are changing,  people are waking up.  The world is approaching a new era believe it or not and there’s nothing or no one who can stop it.  As the geriatric population dies off our emerging generations will change history (So long as the majority doesn’t stay involved in minuscule living) aka Rap,  bitches,  and drugs…  I love Ron Paul’s tenacity and the fact he’s the only one who has the balls to stand for what he believes in.  Paul is anti-establishment.  I have yet to see another politician who opposes the masses…  

      • “Anyone could have predicted Obama would be a fail.” –  Easy to say that in hindsight huh?

        Ron Paul is another politician, if you haven’t realized by now they lie and cheat, if you still have faith in your “elected official”  then you would be just as disappointed with Ron Paul as everybody else that is disillusioned by their political “heros”. Paul isn’t “anti-establishment” he IS the establishment.

        I also believe in a shifting of human consciousness that is happening at the moment. Is it a revolution? Perhaps a spirtually one, but spirituality isn’t going to bring our failed system and the masters that keep the cogs moving from crashing down.

        Here; “(So long as the majority doesn’t stay involved in minuscule living) aka Rap, bitches, and drugs…” You have no idea what you’re talking about.

  4. bonus round, see how many brown skin people you can throw in the polluted river..

  5. Simiantongue | Apr 13, 2012 at 9:26 am |

    Manchild political activism. Almost surreal, not quite, almost. 

  6. Is there a level where Ron has to infiltrate a Stormfont conference and convince them he’s one of them?  It could be like the “blending into the crowd” game play from Assassin’s Creed, except you’re trying to sell them newsletters at the same time.

  7. @c30b50209d37bbb9e440b25f157830dd:disqus  i suppose the founding principals of this country are “fantasy”? keep in mind that your life is only as kushy and 1st-world as it is because of those principals. it wasn’t until society began to stray away that things started getting fucked up.

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