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"Dr. Paul stands for freedom, peace, prosperity and inalienable rights. If someone with small ideologies happens to contribute money to Ron, thinking he can influence Ron in any way, he's wasted his money,
Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said. "Ron is going to take the money and try to spread the message of freedom."
Black said he supports Paul's stance on ending the war in Iraq, securing U.S. borders and his opposition to amnesty for illegal immigrants.
"We know that he's not a white nationalist. He says he isn't and we believe him, but on the issues, there's only one choice," Black said Wednesday.
"We like his stand on tight borders and opposition to a police state," Black told The Palm Beach Post earlier.
The Clinton campaign dismissed the L.A. Times story as derogatory to Chinese-Americans.
"We do not ethnically profile donors," growled Howard Wolfson. "Asian-Americans in Chinatown and Flushing have the same right to contribute as every other American."
That is perhaps the most warped view of a president ever. A President has every right to condemn groups like the KKK and other organizations that are counter-productive to the USA and its goals and to decent society at large. The fact that you are saying that the President shouldnt be saying anything about them is almost as if you are defending the KKK and the like. That is ridiculous and absurd position.
To claim that there is no place for morality and ethics in the Presidents office is perhaps the most shocking of all statements and is utterly damning to his candidacy. It describes the principles of an immoral and unethical president who mechanically follows the rules like some mindless automaton. America doesnt need a robot and a rule-book preacher, presidential office is about the values and principles of the people of this country to steer this nation to greater prosperity and happiness, to espouse american values and be a role model for Americans everywhere.
If you fail to see that your position is utterly untenable morally, ethically and runs contrary to everything this nation stands for that you in your very support of Ron Paul are a bane on his candidacy for I and many like me wouldnt want to be associated with anybody who believes that it is okay to take money from the KKK to become president of the USA.
Originally posted by tyranny22
A terrorist organization? Sure. Why not. Better to take their money than to let them buy more munitions with it.
I can see you're really reaching for anything on Paul.
Your candidate voted to go into Iraq which resulted in hundreds of thousands of death and your trying to incrimiate Ron Paul for taking money from whomever wants to donate it?
Get a life.
6 pages of replies, yet not one flag. I think this pretty much sums up your OP and what people think of your slanderous remarks.
Originally posted by apc
Ethics are indeed the issue. Ethics like acknowledging and respecting everyone right to their own opinion. You still haven't answered my response to this.
Denying people a voice because of their opinion is unacceptable. Do you still support that logic?