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Let's Settle This, Once And For All...

Which Star Wars character does Ron best embody?

A) Luke
B) Obi-Wan
C) Yoda

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A wise old man who knows what's right, but sadly people don't listion to him.

For those who doubt the relevance of this

and whether you think 9/11 was staged or not, there are a LOT of parallels between the Star Wars saga and current events.


Being older, and human

I'd say Obi-Wan. Shallow stuff aside, when simpletons consider him "just a crazy old man" that sounds like Luke's uncle Owen.

Remember, he, like Yoda, was fiercely dedicated to the cause, and never wavered from what he believed no matter the threat from the Empire. He was loyal and kept his word. Remember Yoda saying in Episode I, "Qui-Gon's defiance I sense in you, need that you do not."

After Episode III, he dedicated the rest of his life to watching over Luke. He was always willing to make sacrifices because he believed so much in the goodness of his cause.

And does he not also critisize the EMPIRE:




Definately Gandalf

“Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement.”

Gandalf said that.

But Ron Paul could have said that too.

He does not resemble Frodo at

He does not resemble Frodo at all. But I must say, that he is the only one who can carry the ring without being corrupted by it!

Princess Leia

Great rack.


But what about those buns!

Master Yoda

Small, but dangerous (to the establishment!)


Gandalf the Grey.

Since Star Wars was essentially a ripoff of Lord of the Rings, I vote Gandalf.

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Fresno, CA

Ron is Obi-wan for sure.

Dick Cheney = Darth Vader
Black water=Storm troopers
WMD=Death Star
DNC Chair woman= Jar jar binks.

Senator Peter Schiff 2016

I am not a Star Wars fan--

wasn't impressed with it when it first came out--

but I would say "B"; I have a family who loves Star Wars.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Han Solo


Doesn't Fit

Paul isn't (and was never) a mercenary :P

Episode IV: A New Hope (1977),

There's allot more the Han Solo being he grew out of being a mercenary, and became a great protector of the Empire.

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