Some have attempted to deflect the unimaginable heinousness of the RACIST NEWSLETTERS that went out under Ron Paul's name by pointing out that Ron Paul will stop butchering children in the Middle East, whereas all his opponents of any standing (meaning Flip Romney and Obomba) want to continue butchering children in the Middle East.
However, this is typical PAuLBOT CULTIST wHACKOOKJOBBERY cONSpIRACY THerORIsm11! It is self-evident and irrefutable that some dead Middle Eastern children aren't be half as important as some inflammatory comments in a handful of twenty-year-old newsletters.
After all, it's one thing to have a president who willing to splatter the charred entrails of kindergarteners across their mother's laps in the name of DynCorp's profit margin. But it's quite another to have a president whose ghostwriter once made statements reminiscent of your embarrassing great-uncle at Thanksgiving. The former is a bit controversial to be sure, but the latter is just totally unacceptable.
Yes, it's true he denies writing, reading, approving, or making money off of them. Yes, it's true that the objectionable material only represents a minute fraction of all the material ever published in the newsletters. Yes, it's true that he's stated over and over he doesn't agree with that objectionable material, and all his actions and statements over forty years support that claim. Yes, it's true that the thought of children writhing in excruciating pain so that Obomba (or Flip) can continue to make the world safe for Lockheed-Martin is a rather unpleasant thought. And, yes, it is true that every breath I utter whining and b*tching and moaning about "Won Paw'th way-thitht NOOOOOOOOOOOOTHWETTAHS!!" is, in fact, a vote for even more butchered, incinerated, and permanently maimed children.
But, as patriotic Americans and intelligent adults, we shouldn't a few thousand dead children let that blind us to the unparalleled horror of a handful of inflammatory statements that Ron Paul didn't write, read, edit, or approve of.
It's all matter of having our priorities in order, you see. For example, imagine in which you are in a booth with two levers. If you pull red lever, Obomba (or Flip) will continue to blow children into pieces with missiles. If you pull the blue lever, Ron Paul's ghostwriter will utter another embarrassing-uncle comment about "fleet-footed black men." Obviously and inarguably, pulling the red lever for more child butchery is only sane, compassionate, and truly progressive option.
Of course, the mere fact that we are willing to butcher dozens brown children in our quest to show how unacceptable racially insensitive one-liners does NOT me we shouldn't criticize Obomba (or Flip) when merrily go off to slaughter even more children. No, we should do all we can to mitigate their child butchery and make, at least, more inoffensive to the New York Times editorial page. That's the progressive way.
Thus, I recommend the next time we want to blow up a Pakistani grammar school with a missile, we wait until Christmas, tie the missile with a friendly blue bow, and tell the children that it's a present from Santa just before their little bodies are blown into a red, pulpy mist. Of course, they're probably Muslim, but who cares? America's a Christian nation.