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    Ron Paul has a huge following of supporters who call themselves 'White Nationalists' over at the website called Stormfront. Right now, there is a thread put up the other day for the December 16 Tea Party Money Bomb fundraiser that was held today asking fellow Stormfronters to help out, donate and get support for Ron Paul for his presidential campaign. I don't know if I am allowed to post a link to Stormfront but it's there including many other threads supportive of him. If you think it is safe for me to post a link there to the thread, let me know and I will. I am new here but I don't want to break forum rules. Do you think the White Nationalist support for Ron Paul will hurt him and what do you think the attraction is that White Nationalists have for Mr. Paul?

    One poster stated this:

    "My best guess based on following Ron Paul for over 8 years is that he secretly has White Nationalist tendencies, but he dare not admit it until he is President. Ron Paul does not want to see America swamped with Illegal Mexicans, but again he has to watch what he says. Politics is such a lousy game, as at this time you can't get elected if you tell the whole truth."

    Ron Paul with Stormfront owner Don Black and son Derick Black
    Last edited by Anonymous Politician; Dec 16 2011 at 09:46 PM.

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    In all fairness here, does this really reflect on Ron Paul?

    I am no Ron Paul fan. I think he makes some good points, but he is also a bit touched on some levels. I have stated that it is unfortunate he was not a lawyer, as I think he would be a great justice.

    However, he is not responsible for a group of fringe, inbred rednecks acting the right fool. I have never seen anything that would suggest, in any way, he is sympathetic to the racist cause.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Think for myself View Post
    In all fairness here, does this really reflect on Ron Paul?

    I am no Ron Paul fan. I think he makes some good points, but he is also a bit touched on some levels. I have stated that it is unfortunate he was not a lawyer, as I think he would be a great justice.

    However, he is not responsible for a group of fringe, inbred rednecks acting the right fool. I have never seen anything that would suggest, in any way, he is sympathetic to the racist cause.
    Have you heard of his infamous racist newsletter articles?
    Forever Forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Zero View Post
    Have you heard of his infamous racist newsletter articles?




    Have you heard of President Obamas spiritual leader, Rev. Wright?

    When it came to treating her citizens of African descent fairly, America failed. She put them in chains, the government put them on slave quarters, put them on auction blocks, put them in cotton field, put them in inferior schools, put them in substandard housing, put them in scientific experiments, put them in the lowest paying jobs, put them outside the equal protection of the law, kept them out of their racist bastions of higher education and locked them into positions of hopelessness and helplessness. The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three-strike law and then wants us to sing 'God Bless America.' No, no, no, not God Bless America. God (*)(*)(*)(*) America — that's in the Bible — for killing innocent people. God (*)(*)(*)(*) America, for treating our citizens as less than human. God (*)(*)(*)(*) America, as long as she tries to act like she is God, and she is supreme.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremia...ht_controversy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Michael Thorley View Post


    Have you heard of President Obamas spiritual leader, Rev. Wright?
    This wouldn't be the same Rev Wright that volunteered to serve his country during a time of war would it, when at the same time many of the patriotic politicians we have serving today were getting deferrments while other young men were dying in war.
    Last edited by superbadbrutha; Dec 17 2011 at 11:05 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superbadbrutha View Post
    This wouldn't be the same Rev Wright that volunteered to serve his country during a time of war would it, when at the same time many of the patriotic politicians we have serving today were getting deferrments while other young men were dying in war.
    Doesn't matter, if you criticize America you're obviously un-American.


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    Quote Originally Posted by superbadbrutha View Post
    This wouldn't be the same Rev Wright that volunteered to serve his country during a time of war would it, when at the same time many of the patriotic politicians we have serving today were getting deferrments while other young men were dying in war.
    Well...we can't really attack either one of their military records. Both of them served in the medical field while they were in the service. We can argue over which branch is better, but Ron Paul served in the Air Force as a flight surgeon while Jeremiah Wright served in the Marine Corps as a cardiopulmonary technician. As an Army brat myself, my vote would be biased toward Ron Paul because of the Air Force' grandchild status with the Army Air Corps, but I still don't agree with his extremism.
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    Who say they're Jewish, Christian and such,
    They're all ignorant fools.

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    unless you pay money and dedicate your life
    Or you'll be d*mned in hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superbadbrutha View Post
    This wouldn't be the same Rev Wright that volunteered to serve his country during a time of war would it, when at the same time many of the patriotic politicians we have serving today were getting deferrments while other young men were dying in war.
    Indeed. Cheney was "too busy". Bush was too drunk. Meanwhile Rev. Wright left his university studies to join the Marines and then the Navy because he wanted to serve his country.
    The truth is that Rev. Wright is a more decent, more intelligent, and a way greater patriot and citizen than the scumbaggers on this forum and among the right-wing pundits and hatemongers who have tried to assassinate his character with dishonest and cynical distortions of his ideas.
    Anyone with the slightest intellectual or moral honesty would be ashamed to spread the lies about him that the right-wingers have.

    From 1959 to 1961, Wright attended Virginia Union University,[2] in Richmond and is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Zeta chapter. In 1961 Wright left college and joined the United States Marine Corps and became part of the 2nd Marine Division attaining the rank of private first class. In 1963, after two years of service, Wright joined the United States Navy and entered the Corpsman School at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center.[11][12] Wright was then trained as a cardiopulmonary technician at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Wright was assigned as part of the medical team charged with care of President Lyndon B. Johnson (see photo of Wright caring for Johnson after his 1966 surgery). Before leaving the position in 1967, the White House Physician, Vice Admiral Burkley, personally wrote Wright a letter of thanks on behalf of the United States President.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superbadbrutha View Post
    This wouldn't be the same Rev Wright that volunteered to serve his country during a time of war would it, when at the same time many of the patriotic politicians we have serving today were getting deferrments while other young men were dying in war.
    Yeah, Hitler fought for his country too, so what. Just because a scumbag joins the army doesn't make them any less of a scumbag. "Rev" Wrong is a prime example of a class A-1 POS.
    That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Michael Thorley View Post



    Have you heard of President Obamas spiritual leader, Rev. Wright?
    Quit the strawman BS. This thread is about Ron Paul not Obama. Boy, you cons can never stay on point and stick to the subject.
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    -Newt Gingrich

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