What The Chuck?!? Bipolar muth now embracing “Paultards”?

July 26, 2013

On a recent blog post under the headline GOP Empire Strikes Back, chuck muth reflectively complains, “In 2008 it was the GOP establishment in Nevada that generally treated the Ron Paul people like lepers.”

Muth goes onto say that because a ‘principled Ron Paul supporter’ lost the Clark County GOP chairmanship there is now no hope for the Republican party.

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Since 2008 chuck muth has repeatedly gone out of his way to belittle Ron Paul and his supporters.

Unfortunately chuck muth has a very long record of disparaging ‘principled Ron Paul supporters’. In fact, muth even claims to have coined the distasteful term “paultards” and has used it on his blog liberally.

It’s not much of a surprise to see chuck muth attempting to now curry favor with Ron Paul Republicans, that’s what happens when your convictions are for hire. Too bad for chuck he burned the Ron Paul bridge years ago, and more than once.

The final word on the Chuck Muth Elizabeth Halseth affair

March 21, 2013

What The Chuck happened?!? Don’t forget, Chuck Muth named Halseth the #1 Conservative in Nevada. After all, muth gushed, “Elizabeth Halseth. She’s young. She’s attractive. She’s intelligent… She’s also a fire-breathing conservative!” How could a relationship steeped in such unbridled admiration have soured so drastically?

It has barely been two years since Chuck Muth was falling all over himself praising Elizabeth Halselth as Nevada’s ‘Number One Conservative’. High praise indeed from the self-proclaimed protector of all things conservative (except of course for his push for a new services  tax and promoting gay marriage). Read the rest of this entry »

WTC?!? – Is chuck muth secretly pushing Nevada service tax?

November 28, 2011

In a developing story idiotmuth.com can confirm that chuck muth has been aggressively attempting to lobby the biggest names in the mining and gaming industry in Nevada.

Why would chuck muth be reaching out to mining & gaming? Two reasons:

1) They have money, and chuck always attempts to worm his way into other people’s money (remember the Mt. Reagan scam?).

2) Muth thinks he can promise them cover with the tax pledge signers if a brand new service and/or gross receipts tax is introduced in 2013.

You see by using chuck muth’s twisted logic you can argue that as long as the “overall tax burden is the same”, then it’s okay to introduce NEW TAXES on someone else.