Which makes more sense, Mad Magazine or Ron Paul’s Newsletters? The following quotes come either from Mad Magazine’s Alfred E Neuman or from the newsletters of Ron Paul. Your job is to decide who said what. No googling or cheating now. Get out a piece of paper and number from 1 to 8.  Write down either P (for Paul Newsletters) or M (for Mad Magazine).  Highlighting the Text will show the correct answer.

Bojangles ain’t the only who can tap. Avoid the phone as much as possible, and never speak in plain English about club business.  Paul

The U.N. is a place where governments opposed to free speech demand to be heard.   Mad

America is a land which fought for freedom and then began passing laws to get rid of it.   Mad 

It’s a good idea to save your money. One day it might be worth something again.  Mad

Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. May we start to confound the plans of the Trilateralists…in 1991.  Paul

We are all the same under the skin, the argument goes…Whatever the truth of that assertion….   Paul

Starting a war in the name of peace is like poking a hole in a balloon to get more air into it.  Mad

These days, the problem with many neighborhoods is that there are more hoods than neighbors.






  1. I don’t know what is worse, you having a problem with anything said above or you having a problem with reality.

  2. Also, FYI, the quote, 

    ” We are all the same under the skin, the argument goes…Whatever the truth of that assertion….

    is NOT for Ron Paul directly, but from his newsletter.  Please don’t use one or *two lines from a newsletter almost 20 years ago to create confusion about a person with clear values in his ACTIONS for the last 20 years.  Be clear, at least….


  3. OK, I got only 1 answer right.  I guess I don’t know that much about Neuman either, not that it probably even matters.  I could’ve flipped a coin and done much better!  🙂

    Well, I’ve decided something.  From here on out, I’m just not going to pay much attention to Paul or his madness.  I mean, what are his chances at the nomination anyway?  He may win Iowa, but I think within a couple of months (maybe sooner) his star will have faded.  Besides, I think the folks who aren’t yet convinced about him (and unfortunately there are quite a few) will never change their minds anyway.  This man just doesn’t deserve our precious attention IMO.  I’d say even video games are probably a better use of our time than Ron Paul!  😉   

  4. Boy, you’re really grasping here, aren’t you? ANYTHING, just ANYTHING so Obama doesn’t have to run against him. Let’s face it, if he were unelectable, he’d have the full support of the Democrat party.

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