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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Ron Paul: The New King of Reston (Bits of it, Anyway)

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All hail conquering king Ron Paul, who won two Reston precincts and tied with Mitt Romney in a third in yesterday's Republican presidential primary.

Soon those of us who live in Golf Course Island, near Terraset Elementary (soon to be renamed the Ayn Rand Freeschooling Emporium), and in Tall Oaks (once the rEVOLution liberates our brothers and sisters in that tied-up precinct) will conduct all commerce using gold dubloons -- a process which will be made much easier once the free market builds the long-awaited Soapstone bridge uniting Reston's two Paulian fiefdoms, the end.


  1. Wait, there are Republicans in Reston?

  2. We were protesting against the coronation of King Mitt by the nobles and lords of the Greedy Old Party.

    (But we really don't want Lake Anne renamed Lake Ayn)

  3. Elephant In The RoomMarch 7, 2012 at 6:02 PM

    We are everywhere. Be very afraid.

    If Ron promises to outlaw HOA bans on red mulch, he has my vote.

  4. Red mulch. Republicans. It's all starting to make sense now.

  5. Prepare the way for anti-collectivist anthems by Ayn Rand's official band, Rush, to be blasted from Cold War-era vintage civil defense speakers day and night...

    ...when it comes to Ron Paul 'If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice...'

    Freewill, baby.

  6. I would like to thank those of you who voted for an idiot that's even less likely than Mitt to beat Obama.

    I would also like to tell you that I didn't know that there were enclaves of people in Reston even stupider than most of the denizens of the Gulag, especially on the extreme East and West ends.

  7. Hey, Connie the Convict, lighten up and get a sense of humor already! Just because we voted for Ron Paul doesn't mean we actually like him. This was a protest vote! (We actually would have preferred to vote for the Reply Girls, but they weren't on the Virginia ballot)

  8. I was hoping to write in Lyndon LaRouche.


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