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Video: Joe Rogan Endorses Ron Paul, Plugs ‘Fear Factor’ on ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’

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Joe Rogan appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Friday to promote the re-booted Fear Factor, and kicked off the segment by making his support known for fellow guest Ron Paul. “Every single thing that comes out of his mouth, I go ‘yeah, yeah, finally’,” Rogan said, rocking a Ron Paul 2012 sweatshirt. “When he talks about the gold standard, when he talks about civil liberties, everything he says.” The Republican presidential hopeful seems flattered, until he learns just how disgusting Fear Factor is, and then things get sort of awkward.

Part two of the Rogan/Leno segment is after the jump. Trust me, you’re gonna want to see how this “crappuccino” thing plays out. Joe also describes a “nightmare gig” from his early comedy career in which he played at a couples’ strip club. Like, a woman and a man stripping on stage at the same time. (“It was an idea that never really caught on, for some strange reason.”)

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pogodog7- December 20, 2011 at 4:24 pm
Joe Rogan for President 2016.
fattsmann- December 20, 2011 at 10:11 am

If you believe that the amendment has to be interpreted in the light of when it was written, then the same as to be applied to the freedom to bear arms. That was written to maintain a well-regulated Militia as a defense again a dictator or other totalitarian power like the British from taking over again in the US. So I guess we should give up the right to bear arms as well as the legal/illegal birth thing.

It's easy to be right, it's easier to be wrong. It's much harder to be consistent.
sp00ki kabuki- December 20, 2011 at 9:32 am
i read the comments sections on a couple of mma sites, and never seen anything like this. its usually just uninformed bickering. this site seems to have more intelectuals than i would have guessed. cp is my fave mma site and usually my first stop. today i am proud to be a member of the potato nation
rockhuddy- December 20, 2011 at 9:14 am
Ron Paul 2012!!
TeilaTuliTooth- December 20, 2011 at 9:09 am
well, the situation being protested is the capture by Wall Street of our government, which brings with it serious consequences for the people of this country. Do you contest that reality?
What are we to do as a people? Maybe we should go the Thomas Jefferson rout... but who's gonna do that?
And so we get some weak-ass protesters. Pity us, not them.
DangadaDang- December 20, 2011 at 8:16 am
ArmFarmer- December 20, 2011 at 8:12 am
Occupy wallstreet is hilarious... you have money and I don't, so I'm going to camp out and be annoying until you give me some.. instead of, ya know, like going out and starting a business of my own and earning it. No, I'll just sit on the curb until you give me money from yours. Because that's more fair.. or something.
ArmFarmer- December 20, 2011 at 8:09 am
@maj fight fan
Thanks for the insight into Ron Paul's true beliefs and motives. I'll definitely be voting for him now. Sounds fuckin great by your descriptions.
haus66- December 20, 2011 at 6:17 am
I'm a little disappointed that Rogan isn't stoned as shit, and of course Ron Paul's stance on pot has something to do with Rogan supporting him.
TeilaTuliTooth- December 20, 2011 at 6:04 am
Soooo, noone here is a democrat? To change America you must put your money where your mouth is. 299 million poor/middle class can scrounge up more dough than 1 million richtards. But we dont. And so their money rules our democracy, instead of ours. It's only going to get worse..
A Ron Paul administration (ha) would be blocked at every step, just like early Clinton and early Obama were by 550+ congressmen hooked on political money, screaming patriotic bravado to justify their blocking our rights.
All hope is not lost. Just like the Middle East got change via twitter and facebook, so can America presumably one day change through these last bastions of popular expression.
LOKI- December 20, 2011 at 5:24 am
CROM! What are all these grown-ups doing on CP?! Good-on-ya lads, fuckin-A Ron Paul 2012!
Charming Charlie- December 19, 2011 at 10:05 pm
Bloomberg took a look at the consequences of all this totally sensible plans Ron Paul has.
RwilsonR- December 19, 2011 at 9:34 pm
I'm not even gonna touch this discussion. The last time I got involved with one of these political debates on CP I changed my screen name to make a point, then they made us sign-up for screen names and I got stuck with this one.
Avoiding Ron Paul, I will say it's nice to see Anhonestmoose actually has a good grasp of history.
Anhonestmoose- December 19, 2011 at 9:02 pm
I don't think you know the history of that amendment. It was written specifically for the children of the recently freed slaves, to end the debate over whether or not they were US citizens. It was never intended to mean free citizenship for anyone who can haul their ass across the boarder. Illegal immigration wasn't really a concern at the time since no one wants to immigrate to a country that just had a civil war. Additionally, the phrase which follows, "...and subject to the jurisdiction thereof," is open to interpretation.
Todd M- December 19, 2011 at 8:15 pm
^ Joe Rogan by night, All day. Duncan is one of my favourites too along with The Machine.
SuckMySkyWalker- December 19, 2011 at 7:27 pm
Ron Paul is great for his INTERNATIONAL policies and views....And ----Joe Rogan / Duncan Trussell 2012----...all day ..Fuck the rest of these marionettes. JRE
Seraldo Babalu- December 19, 2011 at 7:18 pm
you're a tard. bring the troops home, and that helps a lot of threats go away. stop watching corporate whores tell you what you should think. these countries are no threat!!!
RB- December 19, 2011 at 6:44 pm
Good call, good call.
pinkyslayer- December 19, 2011 at 6:44 pm
and rb, our constituiton grants citizenship to ANY child born in this country, so your opposition to that or insistence that they are "illegal" flies in the face of the constitution.
pinkyslayer- December 19, 2011 at 6:42 pm
I'm gonna save us all some time and point out that we can't even come to a consensus on who will win a fight, i think our discussion on fiscal policy and the pros/cons of interventionism vs isolationism will be less than productive. maj fight fan has already demonstrated that no political discourse can be had without firmly held misconceptions and strawmen getting in the way, so let's just stick to mma.
RB- December 19, 2011 at 6:28 pm
@Maj. Fight Fan
You state that being for removing illegal immigrants is bad thing!?!? Last time I looked, it was the law. You say it like "you're a fool if you think the laws are OK"... same with kicking out the illegal immigrants (read: ILLEGAL) and not allowing citizenship to kids of illegal parents (read AGAIN: ILLEGAL).

So, unless your OK with breaking the law, you're a fool? That's the way I read it... I could be wrong, but your post reads lightly beyond retarded.
jimbonics- December 19, 2011 at 6:05 pm
And by the way dude, if you're going to spout off so many "facts", back 'em up.
He's delivered 4000 babies. Of course he's against abortion. moreover, he's against Roe v Wade, because it violates the constitution. Leave it to the states. Keep the federal government off of your woman's body. Don't like your states' stance on abortion? Move. He's made concessions is this years debates that there are instances where it should be allowed (rape, medical complications)
Who isn't against illegal immigration? NO ONE allows it. Fuck, you can't even go into Canada and get a job. How are we supposed to keep ourselves secure at home with our military abroad and our front door open?
He isn't against legal immigration. Protect Lawful Immigrants – As President, Ron Paul will encourage legal immigration by streamlining the entry process without rewarding lawbreakers.
Here Ron Paul saying OWS is a HEALTHY MOVEMENT
On and on and blah blah you don't have a clue.
jimbonics- December 19, 2011 at 5:54 pm
Maj. Fight Fan
Maj. Fight Fan- December 19, 2011 at 5:51 pm
Joe Rogan has a lot of opinions on a lot of subjects and no doubt, he's far more intellectual than Dana White.

However, when he goes on a TV show and claims that he, "loves everything that comes out of Ron Paul's mouth." - I don't believe he's fully aware of everything ultra conservative Ron Paul stands for which contradicts a lot of what Joe Rogan opines.

Ultra Conservative and Tea Party supporter Ron Paul is strongly against abortion, affirmative action, gay marriage, gays serving openly in the military, against immigration, against illegal immigration, in favor of deportation of all illegals - DOES NOT think 9/11 was an inside job and is against the Occupy Wall Street protester.

If Joe Rogan is in favor and "loves all of these issues" then Joe has changed his opinions and is an ultra conservative (Liberitarian).

Medium Rare - opinionated people have no problem with others expressing their views AS LONG as it is the same as their own. Personally, I'm opinionated, as is Joe Rogan but I have no problem with people of the same or different opinions expressing themselves. I only get butt-hurt from sitting too long.
skeletor- December 19, 2011 at 5:44 pm
@FightZen - If that is the case I hope hope Danga dies soon.