Wow, that was gross. After reading some of that stuff in Ron Paul's old newsletters I feel like I have to take a shower. Truly offensive. And some of the verbiage now is familiar coming from arch conservatives mouths. <br>[color:blue]he newsletters are chock-full of shopworn conspiracies, reflecting Paul's obsession with the "industrial-banking-political elite" and promoting his distrust of a federally regulated monetary system utilizing paper bills. They contain frequent and bristling references to the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, and the Council on Foreign Relations--organizations that conspiracy theorists have long accused of seeking world domination. In 1978, a newsletter blamed David Rockefeller, the Trilateral Commission, and "fascist-oriented, international banking and business interests" for the Panama Canal Treaty, which it called "one of the saddest events in the history of the United States." A 1988 newsletter cited a doctor who believed that AIDS was created in a World Health Organization laboratory in Fort Detrick, Maryland.</font color=blue><br><br>And that is just the lame paranoia inoffensive stuff. The racist cr[i][/i]ap is totally over the top.<br><br>That Ron Paul is on stage with all of the Republican Presidential wannabees and he is the only one that make sense would make me burn my GOP card if I ever had one.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
as a registered libertarian i was never a paul supporter. nancy lord, yes. harry brown, yes.<br><br><br> [color:green]peace</font color=green> <br><br>"[color:red]in times of peace, the warlike man attacks himself.</font color=red>"<br><br><br>libertarian communist ~ ichi youtube<br>
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