Side-splitting and depressing, all at once.
I don't watch cokehead-sh videos any more. He's a traitor to liberty assuming he was ever loyal in the first place.
I certainly wouldn't say I'm a fan either, but he does put out some stuff that's worth watching sometimes.
Huh. What'd he do?
He made a video that heavily lampooned Ron Paul's farewell speech (at least I think that's what the majority of opposition is about). Otherwise, it's about the "bad boy" image that he takes on a lot, which I think some people find to be too overzealous to the point where it's suspected that it might give libertarianism a bad name.
Based on a variety of factors, mose of which are difficult to put into words, I am convinced that Kokesh is managed dissent. His job is to be a Pied Piper of malcontent Iraq war veterans who have serious conscience problems with what is going on over there and want to speak out about it.
Are you sure? I mean, the guy doesn't come off as insane and delusional to me (okay, sometimes the bad boy image does tend to get overzealous, but is that really something to blame on managed dissent?). Overall, he seems to be taken seriously, from what I've observed.
From what I've seen, Adam's comments on Paul's farewell speech were out of character. I don't watch his show enough to know if he acts like that often, but if he does, I'd think it's for ratings or something.
He seems sensible on his "homemade" videos (like this one).
Yeah, I don't really get what the problem is with sharing videos of his that are informative and useful.
3:20 is hilarious. What f***er is on the street protesting and doesn't allow their words/face to be used.
The rest of the video shows the stupidity of all involved.