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Ron Paul on CBS Face the Nation (02/12/2012)
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    Ron Paul on CBS Face the Nation (02/12/2012)

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Clown Ron Paul as delusional as ever continues his pathetic campaign
Ron Paul on CBS Face the Nation (02/12/2012)

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  • arkiii 2012/02/13 00:54:53
    arkiii
    +9
    joe bunting, what is your agenda? Why don't you ask a question instead of telling us something moronic. I didn't see anything in this clip that would make him a delusional clown? could it be that you are the delusional one?

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  • Dave 007 2012/02/19 14:54:01
    Dave 007
    Judging by the head line, we know how Joe Bunting feels.
  • Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel 2012/02/18 08:46:18
    Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel
    Ron Paul is not delusional.
  • E Halom ~PWCM~JLA 2012/02/15 01:00:01
    E Halom ~PWCM~JLA
    The clown is in the Whitehouse.
    clown obama
  • Dynasty Fighter 2012/02/14 21:23:21
    Dynasty Fighter
    The biggest threat to republicans
  • Spyderman739 2012/02/14 17:10:56
    Spyderman739
    I'm not even going to answer that. I still feel that anybody is better than the socialist we have now.
  • ϟM̈ öp̈... Spyderm... 2012/02/15 13:48:47
  • ☆stillthe12c☆ 2012/02/14 16:32:28
    ☆stillthe12c☆
    Ron Paul is not delusional, He knows very well that he is not going to be the nominee. He wants to get enough delegates too influence the Party platform. But even he would be a better President than the Obamanation We Have.
  • Cat 1017 2012/02/14 14:52:24
    Cat 1017
    +1
    Let him....He helps force the others hand....
  • clasact 2012/02/13 21:20:43
    clasact
    +1
    he will not win but like many others he has a dream of winning so let him play it out besides its a good show for TV
  • Luis 2012/02/13 19:03:47
    Luis
    +3
    He's the best they have. Sad if you're Republican.
  • Bastion 2012/02/13 18:05:43
    Bastion
    +2
    Ron Paul is the biggest danger to the Republicans, because he tells the truth about what they are PRETENDING to tell the truth about, and he makes them all look like idiots.
  • Resp 2012/02/13 18:02:23
    Resp
    +2
    We know you hate Ron Paul and your question is a smear tactic. So move along you troll.
  • ϟM̈ öp̈... Resp 2012/02/15 13:49:42
    ϟM̈ öp̈vytöϟ
    After you.
  • Jee 2012/02/13 16:19:07
    Jee
    +2
    Clown, he definitely is. He is not representative of the highest office in the land. The way he carries himself is pathetic.
  • Che Guevara - Hero 2012/02/13 13:15:56
    Che Guevara - Hero
    +3
    Just a whiny sad white supremacist.
  • dayowayne Che Gue... 2012/02/13 18:52:57
    dayowayne
    +1
    You got your facts wrong. Ok, for a while now you have heard that Ron Paul was guilty of racist statements in past newsletters. Well, the statements were there in some cases... as quotes made by other people he included in the newsletter and in some cases he didn't even quote the person, he just mentioned them in reference to something else that person released.

    Here's a link which lists 50 newsletters by Ron Paul of which even some of my friends here bashing Ron Paul were surprised to find that Ron is correct in stating he did not write what he is accused of writing... he didn't write the items he's accused of, he merely quotes other people and those attacking him selectively removed parts of the quotes attributing them to Ron as if he were the one saying these things. http://www.mrdestructo.com/20...


    In other words, if you quote something I write... that automatically makes you the author and whatever you quote is what you believe and think.

    Here are a few examples...

    Quote
    That poor scholarship on Dr. King's part is actually true, but the newsbite here is merely a peg on which to hang more (and repeated) King-hate. For instance, on the following page:
    End Quote

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-WOl...



    The claim of adultery was made by many long before Ron Paul made the accusation... in f...















































































































































    You got your facts wrong. Ok, for a while now you have heard that Ron Paul was guilty of racist statements in past newsletters. Well, the statements were there in some cases... as quotes made by other people he included in the newsletter and in some cases he didn't even quote the person, he just mentioned them in reference to something else that person released.

    Here's a link which lists 50 newsletters by Ron Paul of which even some of my friends here bashing Ron Paul were surprised to find that Ron is correct in stating he did not write what he is accused of writing... he didn't write the items he's accused of, he merely quotes other people and those attacking him selectively removed parts of the quotes attributing them to Ron as if he were the one saying these things. http://www.mrdestructo.com/20...


    In other words, if you quote something I write... that automatically makes you the author and whatever you quote is what you believe and think.

    Here are a few examples...

    Quote
    That poor scholarship on Dr. King's part is actually true, but the newsbite here is merely a peg on which to hang more (and repeated) King-hate. For instance, on the following page:
    End Quote

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-WOl...



    The claim of adultery was made by many long before Ron Paul made the accusation... in fact, he was accused by others in the black civil rights community of this. The claim that he seduced little boys and girls originated in the black community from opposition such as the Nation of Islam. The claim by Ralph David Abernathy that King made a pass at him years after the fact was substantiated (the claim) that Abernathy did say it. The claim he stated "evil of forced segregation was replaced by the evil of forced integration" comes straight out of black communities across the entire country which is why the dream of integration that King fought so hard for died... Ron Paul did not start this but was repeating what even many black leaders were saying when they began attacking efforts to integrate going so far as to call those pursuing integration "racists" and "Uncle Toms"! The people trying to continue integration did so not by force, nor coercion but by programs meant to peacefully integrate society as Martin Luther king jr wanted.


    So according to Mr Destructo, repeating what black community leaders themselves were saying makes Paul a racist... then doesn't it make those black community leaders racist?


    In fact, Mr Destructo found these 50 newsletters by just putting in a little effort and like Ron Paul said, if you want them they're out there for you to find.


    Notice while MD attacks Ron Paul about his comments where king is mentioned, he doesn't address the rest of it which addresses schools, abuses by President Bush and how Liberal institutions were claiming our schools were promoting promiscuity... erm, maybe MD should shut up about the newsletters since Ron Paul reminds us in them that Liberals once helped lead the way against school sex education claiming our schools were promoting promiscuity which ironically enough... lol, reminds us it was Liberals who helped get sex education removed from many if not all of our schools.


    Quote From Ron Paul Newsletter
    "Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for that pro-communist philanderer, Martin Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a Congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank him for our annual Hate Whitey Day. Listen to a black radio talk show in any major city. The racial hatred makes a KKK rally look tame."
    End Quote


    Looks to me like he's opposed to King claiming King was a Communist which is a claim many black leaders opposed to King also made. He attacks Reagan for approving it and unfortunately he was stating a truth about MLK Day being a Hate Whitey Day as even according to a growing number of black Americans, Martin Luther King Day has become a day to remember what whites did to blacks in the past rather than promoting our coming together as one people which is what King stood for and what he would have wanted us to remember on this day. A growing number of black Americans are also getting tired of the endless attacks and race baiting trying to inflame black Americans against white Americans using a past that cannot be changed so that the past becomes the present and the present becomes our future... that is a mockery of what King supported.


    If Ron Paul is guilty of anything here, it is for believing King to be a Communist and nothing else said by Paul points to any racism at all.




    Scoot down to Feb 1991


    Quote MD
    As if everything else about the communist pedophile Martin Luther King weren't bad enough, apparently he couldn't stop fu*king Ralph Abernathy.
    End Quote


    Erm, click the link and read what Ron Paul actually said as he was writing about a black author named Carl Rowan who said things Ron states he cannot repeat, words he could not bring himself to quote based on tapes Rowan heard as Head of the US Information Agency under LBJ. Who was Carl Rowan... http://www.manythings.org/voa... seems he was quite respected in the black community and he did in fact provide the information in the terms stated about MLK which Ron Paul didn't want to repeat.


    Ron Paul didn't say what Mr Destructo said but if you don't click the link to go to the page he references, you would think Ron Paul said this wouldn't you... it turns out that a lot of people have been doing that and not reading to see that the claims are completely unfounded and reference things Ron Paul himself did not originate which were being said first and foremost within the black community.


    This is why black Americans making statements that we would hear white supremists saying should be viewed no differently. In the future, Americans looking back at all the comments where the word ni**er is used will assume that these things were written by white racists if the author does not clearly identify themselves as black. In this case, Ron Paul repeats things being said commonly by black Americans who opposed King and he is attacked as a racist for doing so. Sorry, if you repeat what someone else says who happens to be of a different race, they have no more right to make outrageous claims than you do just because their skin color is different than yours.


    Quote MD of Jan 1988
    "Dr. Douglass believes that AIDS is a deliberately engineered hybrid of these two animal viruses cultured in human tissue, and he blames World Health Organization experimentation at Ft. Detrick, Maryland.... Could the government have experimented with it in the civilian population, as it did in the 1950s with LSD, and had things get out of control? I don't know, but these sure are interesting questions." See? He's just asking questions.
    End Quote


    Ron is addressing the possibility that the AIDS virus was created by the US government through it's weapons program and released in Africa much as the US CIA we now know did release LSD in a French town driving several people insane... documented and proven as fact which at one time was attacked by the US government as conspiracy. Ron here is addressing what someone else said and MD attacks him for simply saying that the doctor in question was raising interesting questions... note that Ron never said these were his views at any time, he was only addressing the doctors views as you, I or anyone else would. Also note that many black leaders then and now were at the forefront making these claims accusing the US government of this... so would not these black Americans be promoting crazy conspiracy theories promoting racism and hate? According to this idiot Mr Destructo the answer is no when everyone has heard black Americans making these claims which originated with the Nation of Islam... and Ron is only quoting Dr Douglass, it isn't his own belief, it's only a quote he thinks is interesting.


    Now to the meat of the issue... did Ron Paul write those newsletters?


    First, read the distortions and outright lies Mr Destructo accuses Ron Paul of making using these old newsletters. It quickly reveals why Ron wouldn't release newsletters to have thousands of documents gone over by people like this to attack him with. When you have people quoting you for things you didn't even say or that were quotes you made from someone else... or which were commonly being said in the black community and even by Liberals themselves, at worst that proves the Neocons might be correct that he leans too much to the left... it serves to prove that what the Progressives and Liberals claim about him is completely false. How can he possibly release thousands of newsletters when every single one of them would be treated in this fashion? No one, I repeat NO ONE, could fight off all these lies and idiotic accusations when just for quoting what another person says... he's accused of saying it himself and that he believes it.


    In some of the newsletters, he's actually attacking people and the political left takes part of what he says out of context accusing him of statements he's actually CONDEMNING someone else of making. How damn stupid and unfair is that?


    What Ron Paul claims when he says he did not write anything these people are claiming is because the newsletters do not say what is being claimed and with thousands of newsletters, he can't be expected to remember every one. Often, if not always, the people accusing him don't even post the date of the newsletter so Ron would have to go through thousands of newsletters to find what they are accusing him of... guys, by the time he said they said we said is done with these accusations, no one remembers who started them nor do any of them have a clue what newsletter they came from because they copy pasted the comments and where they copy pasted from isn't a direct copy of the newsletter nor do they include a date. Ron paul thus says he didn't write what they are quoting because he knows he didn't say these things... he didn't, they were excerpts from quotes "in his newsletters made by others he included as reference material" and none of it was his original written material. Even where he was copying verbal quotes made by black community leaders and practically everyone else during the time he was writing, he is only repeating what everyone at the time was saying... or let's say the media, political leaders and special interest groups which included the political left itself.


    Again, reread what Mr Destructo says Ron Paul said by using these newsletters and note how many distortions and outright lies the guy makes so that when Ron says he didn't say what these people claim he said... he's telling the truth because he didn't say what Mr Destructo claims he said. More than that, Mr Destructo is parroting what many others have said to attack Ron with using these same documents meaning... they're all lying and taking what Ron said out of context.


    Quote
    In 2001, he told Texas Monthly: "I could never say this in the campaign, but those words weren’t really written by me. It wasn’t my language at all. Other people help me with my newsletter as I travel around. I think the one on Barbara Jordan was the saddest thing, because Barbara and I served together and actually she was a delightful lady."
    This admission, by the way, is hardly flattering because it suggests one or more of the following: a) Paul did not have much regard for the voters that he thought the concept of a ghost-writer was too complicated, b) was easily influenced by campaign staff, and/or c) thought that disavowing the newsletter would turn off some of his electoral support with the type of people who subscribed.
    End Quote


    http://www.outsidethebeltway....


    Note this one as he makes the effort to say Paul wrote them but keeps coming back to the possibility Paul is telling the truth.


    Quote
    Ok, so what’s the problem?
    Answer: Paul bears responsibility for their content because one of the following is the case: he wrote them, he wrote some of them, he wrote none of them but allowed them to be presented to his subscribers as though he did.
    If he wrote the passages in question, there is little doubt that he would be unelectable.
    End Quote


    Wrong, this was Texas in the 1990's and such talk would likely have made Ron more electable rather than less so. It was the same type of talk rightwing Democrats had been doing for decades as while Texas had been a Democrat state... it was a rightwing Democrat state.


    Quote
    In the October 1992 edition Paul (or someone writing as Paul) notes of the trend of “hiip-hop…urban youth who play unsuspecting Whites like pianos” (which seems to mean car-jacking. In that passage he suggest buying an unregistered gun, keeping in the car and then, if used, fleeing the scene and wiping down and disposing of the weapon. In short, this passage preys on fears of blacks (even in small towns like Lake Jackson, TX) and suggests that the only solution is a felony action. Keep in mind, too, the newsletters frequently spoke of a coming race war
    End Quote


    http://www.outsidethebeltway....


    There's the link to the document and click Fullscreen to read it. He is speaking about carjacking which at the time was being addressed by everyone as a black on white crime even by the black community. They were trying to get something done to help combat what an alarming number of young black men were doing which had resulted in several deaths. Note that Steven Taylor leaves out that part about the carjacking in the first page, first paragraph I linked to with the quote and read the fourth paragraph on the newsletter page where Paul states that a police officer tells him to get the guns to keep in your car, wipe down and so forth... Paul never said he supported it nor was it him telling people to do it. He even states in the next paragraph his own opinion is he doesn't know what to make of such advice as in what the cop said to do. He speaks only he has advised members of his family to learn how to use a gun for self defense... he never states to do what the police officer said to do yet Taylor writes...


    Quote
    Even if Paul did not write these words, he bears substantial responsibility for allowing them to be published under his name and from his point of view.
    End Quote


    Taylor never says the police officer told Ron this to clarify and attacks Ron for allowing them to be published under his name when regardless if Ron said them or not... nothing stated in the document is Ron Paul advising anyone to do anything and at worse he's only guilty of calling criminals "animals" which I am sorry to say, that is often more than a truthful description of criminals.


    So again, did Ron Paul write these?


    In other words... Ron Paul cannot possibly remember every word he wrote in every newsletter when thousands have been written by him. He is then confronted by people like these claiming he said things he clearly didn't say. They eventually include the newsletters where anyone reading them can see he did not write what is being accused of writing.


    But some people believe the claims are true not based on any actual facts... but on absolute and utter ignorance!


    Pauls defense is he did not write any newsletters that contain what is being claimed he wrote. Go examine what he said it is not what others attacking him claim he said as it was taken way out of context and even include many things his newsletters quote (and even tell us who he quoted most of the time) claiming Ron Paul originated the statements... most of the time he did not. Where he does not state a source for his quotes, most people living back then and who research information from that time find they originated elsewhere and even the left... even members of the civil rights community... originated the comments rather than Ron paul. Paul didn't originate the idea that the US government created the AIDS virus and released it in Africa... groups like the Nation of Islam did and he didn't claim he necessarily believed it, but that the US government had been proven to have done such things so it's interesting and might one day be proven factual... he doesn't say he believes it is a fact, only a possibility in later statements even.


    As for walking out on CNN... they brought up the newsletters again and if you were sick and tired of defending yourself against lies where the reporter only needs to read the damn newsletter themselves to see he did not write what is being claimed... then you get pretty damn sick and tired defending yourself against outright lies these reporters could easily prove are lies if they just did their jobs as investigative reporters which they claim to be.


    Did he remove anyone who may have written his newsletters or been responsible for writing a few of them?


    He did in fact remove Lew Rockwell from his staff in 1982 but retained a relationship with him where he was a contributing editor for Pauls "Ron Paul's Investment Letter" where he was identified as the ghost writer behind many of Ron Pauls newsletters by several people who noted the newsletters were done in Rockwells writing style rather than Ron's. Likewise, those attacking Ron state some were clearly written in the first person as if by Ron himself... they admit that others appear as if they could have been written by someone else and that Ron could have sent in some of what was written and it was added to things written for the newsletters which people simply forgot to state wasn't authored by Ron Paul.


    In the case of Rosa Parks where he voted against her receiving the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor, those attacking him don't mention he did not approve anyone receiving it including Ronald Reagan. The significance here is that those attacking him think Ron Paul should have made an exception for Rosa Parks because of her race and because he did not... that makes him a racist. Wrong... it makes those attacking him the racists because they feel he should make an exception for someone "based entirely on her skin color alone" where he would not have made an exception for anyone else. At worst, Rons a hypocrite for saying he doesn't believe that Congress has the Constitutional right to give awards but supports Congress giving different awards to the Boy Scouts while opposing the Congressional Gold Medal of Honor... that doesn't make him a racist, it only makes him a hypocrite for supporting one congressional award but doesn't support another one for anyone.




    SUMMATION


    Ron is actually telling the truth that he didn't write what was claimed because the people attacking him are adding to the text things he clearly didn't say and clipping out parts he didn't write but were quotations of what someone else wrote... that alone proves he didn't write what is claimed and the fact Lew Rockwell wrote some of the documents (from the proof found about his writing style), Ron is telling the truth that he didn't write them all and didn't write anything in some cases even if they were in the newsletter... they were quotations of what others wrote.


    Even if you hate Ron Paul, get the record straight and stop attacking him for what are outright lies.


    And get this... Neocon Republicans and Progressive Democrats are copying one another saying the same things in their attacks on Ron Paul... if anything, that is very telling of a Neocon / Progressive relationship many have suspected but rarely presents itself for provability. In this case, you actually cannot tell a Neocon Republican from a Progressive Democrat meaning we don't have proof that Ron Paul has done anything wrong, we may be seeing proof that Neocons and Progressives are actually one and the same. After all, many Neocons supported Newt for President and Newt gingrich on countless occasions claimed to be a Progressive.


    Interesting isn't it...
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  • Che Gue... dayowayne 2012/02/13 21:41:05
    Che Guevara - Hero
    +1
    My FACTS about White Supremacist Ron Paul are just fine.

    Ron Paul voted AGAINST the MLK Holiday.

    Ron Paul voted AGAINST awarding Rosa Parks the Congressional Medal of Freedom.

    Ron Paul said he would have voted AGAINST the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

    Ron Paul has a 30 year history of pandering to the KKK and White Power Movement.

    You can make all the LAME excuses for White Supremacist Ron Paul you want. His actions speak louder than words

    -FACT: Ron Paul's presidential campaign issued a flyer that boasted about the candidate's efforts to introduce legislation that would remove challenges to the anti-gay Defense of Marriage Act from the federal court system.
    http://www.joemygod.blogspot....

    -FACT: Ron Paul's Iowa state director is Mike Heath, a long-term Christian-right activist who formerly served as the board chairman of an SPLC-certified anti-gay hate group known as "Americans for Truth About Homosexuality."
    http://thenewcivilrightsmovem...

    -FACT: Ron Paul has a long history of racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic comments.
    http://www.tnr.com/article/po...

    -FACT: As state above, Ron Paul supports the so-called "states' rights" approach to marriage, but interestingly, only for LGBT couples.
    http://www.yourtango.com/2008...

    -FACT: Ron Paul said, "If I were in Congress in 1996, I would have voted...



    My FACTS about White Supremacist Ron Paul are just fine.

    Ron Paul voted AGAINST the MLK Holiday.

    Ron Paul voted AGAINST awarding Rosa Parks the Congressional Medal of Freedom.

    Ron Paul said he would have voted AGAINST the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

    Ron Paul has a 30 year history of pandering to the KKK and White Power Movement.

    You can make all the LAME excuses for White Supremacist Ron Paul you want. His actions speak louder than words

    -FACT: Ron Paul's presidential campaign issued a flyer that boasted about the candidate's efforts to introduce legislation that would remove challenges to the anti-gay Defense of Marriage Act from the federal court system.
    http://www.joemygod.blogspot....

    -FACT: Ron Paul's Iowa state director is Mike Heath, a long-term Christian-right activist who formerly served as the board chairman of an SPLC-certified anti-gay hate group known as "Americans for Truth About Homosexuality."
    http://thenewcivilrightsmovem...

    -FACT: Ron Paul has a long history of racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic comments.
    http://www.tnr.com/article/po...

    -FACT: As state above, Ron Paul supports the so-called "states' rights" approach to marriage, but interestingly, only for LGBT couples.
    http://www.yourtango.com/2008...

    -FACT: Ron Paul said, "If I were in Congress in 1996, I would have voted for the Defense of Marriage Act, which used Congress' constitutional authority to define what official state documents other states have to recognize under the Full Faith and Credit Clause, to ensure that no state would be forced to recognize a same-sex marriage license issued in another state."
    http://www.thepoliticalguide....

    -FACT: Ron Paul opposes the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would prohibit discrimination against employees on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity by civilian, nonreligious employers.
    http://www.salon.com/2007/09/...
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  • Che Gue... Che Gue... 2012/02/13 21:42:35
  • Cat 1017 Che Gue... 2012/02/14 14:53:52
    Cat 1017
    +1
    Precisely....
  • dayowayne Che Gue... 2012/02/13 23:50:54
    dayowayne
    You diden't read any of this did you. I looked into what you posted. Nice try!
  • dayowayne dayowayne 2012/02/13 23:52:17
    dayowayne
    Are tou even Cuban?
  • Che Gue... dayowayne 2012/02/13 23:52:38
    Che Guevara - Hero
    Need something else ?

    The Civil Rights Act repealed the notorious Jim Crow laws; forced schools, bathrooms and buses to desegregate; and banned employment discrimination. Although Paul was not around to weigh in on the landmark legislation at the time, he had the chance to cast a symbolic vote against it in 2004, when the House of Representatives took up a resolution "recognizing and honoring the 40th anniversary of congressional passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964." Paul was the only member who voted "no."
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com...
  • dayowayne Che Gue... 2012/02/14 00:08:30
    dayowayne
    Once again you diden't listen. He didn't want Kings message to be taken out of context. King wanted us all to live together as brother and sister, not reflect on the past. I don't think you know that much about the Jumpin Jim Crow laws or the real history about Che Graveyard.
  • Che Gue... dayowayne 2012/02/14 00:21:45
    Che Guevara - Hero
    +1
    You haven't disputed ANY of the facts I have presented. Either you aren't capable or you are just trolling.
  • dayowayne Che Gue... 2012/02/14 00:37:58
    dayowayne
    OK give me a fact.By the way, did toy look at my facts?
  • dayowayne dayowayne 2012/02/14 00:40:32
    dayowayne
    Oh you did not answer me, are you Cuban?
  • dayowayne dayowayne 2012/02/14 00:46:25
    dayowayne
    +1
    Eres cubano?
  • captain... dayowayne 2012/02/14 06:36:20
    captainquiggle
    So, the way you don't take his message out of context is to not give him a holiday? I get it... oh, wait. I don't get it at all. King had a lot to say and I do believe that later in his life he would've never told anyone to not reflect on the
    past; it would only strengthen the dream for a brighter future.

    how do you know where you want to go, if you don't have a clue where you're coming from. You can't be Cuban.
  • Cat 1017 dayowayne 2012/02/14 14:54:52
    Cat 1017
    Hahahahahaha...He didn't give a SH-T about Dr. Kings message...
  • captain... dayowayne 2012/02/14 06:32:23
    captainquiggle
    +1
    Sorry, the quotes came from his newsletter, which he did edit and overlooked. He knew exactly what was in there. He's a racist.
  • jmc07806-PWCM-JLA 2012/02/13 13:06:38
    jmc07806-PWCM-JLA
    No different than the Obama hope and change delusion and then uses our tax money to buy votes and pay off campaign contributators.
  • Mike 2012/02/13 09:35:55
    Mike
    +1
    Just shows how dimwitted the GOP is for recruiting a dumb ass like him, does it not?
  • Freedrseselj 2012/02/13 09:14:12
    Freedrseselj
    +1
    If God wants humanity to progress and get rid of war mongers, then Ron Paul is going to become president. If not, that means, if we human beings are not righteous enough, then ron paul should, at least, continue campaigning and making the effort. God will award hi, for his efforts. And if not Ron Paul, then at least may Mitt Romney be elected president of the US, for at least he opposed the criminal arrogant NATO aggression against Yugoslavia, and he also says he will free Pollard, please God.
  • cybernestical 2012/02/13 08:58:12
    cybernestical
    +1
    They love to keep the ridiculous show for long time to keep the distraction on.
    Meanwhile republican and tbag in the congress are planning their nasty politic little game "blocking the white house agenda", "Designing communication to entertaiment, confusing and manipulation"
    It's a fact that people in the congress as well as any public institution were elect to serve the country instead they are became private employ of corporations.
    Ron Paul it is just another peace in this dirty game.
  • arief Cerberus Lucifer 2012/02/13 07:20:15
    arief Cerberus Lucifer
    +1
    lol hohohohohoh
  • sickoftheright 2012/02/13 06:36:27
    sickoftheright
    +3
    LOL it does NOT matter The President will be reelected.
  • Mel 2012/02/13 06:11:38
    Mel
    +1
    Well he might want to continue he will never win the nomination
  • no one here 2012/02/13 04:24:40
    no one here
    +1
    YES but his slaves love him
  • Tony 2012/02/13 04:23:37
    Tony
    +2
    The only ones who are delusional are the ones who think that any of the other candidates can actually fix the country by giving us more of the same old shuck and jive wrapped in new packaging.
  • jtjustice 2012/02/13 04:06:21
    jtjustice
    +1
    Ron is a worthless senator and an even more worthless candidate who will NEVER sit as President of the United States...the fact he is still running and has figured that out tells volumes about his intelligence...

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