Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Ron Paul Newsletters - Racist? Paranoid?

James Kirchick of The New Republic really outdid himself when it dug up quite a collection of old Ron Paul newsletters and they paint a picture that Ron Paul, or at least the people he associated with years ago were profoundly racist and at least as paranoid as our favorite ConspiracyNut.

As recently as 1992 an issue of Ron Paul Political Report explained of the post-Rodney King riots in Los Angeles: ""Order was only restored in L.A. when it came time for the blacks to pick up their welfare checks three days after rioting began."

And apparently it only gets worse from there.

God only knows what Denmark Vesey is going to do with himself now.

Denmark Vesey seems to be an advocate for all things Afro-centric, but also seems to be a major Ron Paul supporter and those two positions may now be in decided conflict.

God only knows what Joy Rolland would have to say about him ...

Newsletters Finally Reveal Why Racist Hate Groups Support Ron Paul - The Hot Joints
Who Wrote the Ron Paul Survival Report? Will He Do the Honorable Thing and Step Forward? - The Liberty Papers
Ron Paul, Racist? - Outside The Beltway
Proof: Ron Paul Lied About Not Being the Author of the Newsletters - Sultan Knish
Ron Paul Statement on The New Republic Article Regarding Old Newsletters - Ron Paul 2008

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At January 8, 2008 at 6:18 PM, Anonymous anti-smear said...

I hope they would say what I have said previously...

"My stock response to this Ron Paul racist ‘stupidness’:

They still trying to make this old BS stick!!

Afer reading a whole heap of stuff that Doctor Paul has actually written you quickly realize how viable his ghost writer defence is.
I suggest starting with his speech to congress honouring Muhammad Ali ...

(Note how he chooses to focus on Ali's courage and principles on the main issue that catapulted Ali into the Black Civil Rights movement at that time and incur the wrath of the establishment... resistance of the draft to Vietnam).

Then read a little of the vast amounts of articles and speeches penned/spoken by Doctor Paul.

The body of evidence weighs heavily in Doctor Paul’s favour.

Ps. from an angry black guy of West Indian origin whose job just got outsourced to India."


At January 9, 2008 at 11:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"God only knows what Joy Rolland would say about him?"
To hell with Ron Paul's statements. Joy Rolland better watch her own mouth. Kabaka's relatives are very angry about what she's been saying about them on that dumbass tv show of hers. I wouldn't wanna be her right about now.


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