posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 07:00 AM
Maybe I saw a different version of the clip? Because the clip I saw Ron clearly explains that he didn't write them, read them, and he disavows them.
Then the interviewer goes on to say "but what about your statements that Israelis bombed the wtc (first attack not 911) THIS is when Paul stops
answering, opens his coat, starts removing the mic, and walks out.
He clearly explained that this content just happened to be in news letters with his name on them, and he's dealt with this question plenty of times
including several times at CNN, I believe he actually stated that EVERYTIME he's at CNN they bring it up.
But he doesn't get upset or storm out, once she starts trying this "Ron Paul Hates Jews" nonsense he actually kind smirks, that smirk of "oh, ok,
I see where you are going now, forget this" and leaves.
Shame on CNN in their pathetic smear attempt, and shame on the willfully ignorant people in this thread trying to perpetuate this BS.
Honestly, if the only negative thing about Paul to be found is something someone else wrote in his newsletter 20 years ago, doesn't that speak loudly
about his ability to lead a party? what other runner in this election, or any really, has THAT clean of a record?
Bush? Lmao, deserter, coke addict, drunk driver
Obama? pffft, people aren't even sure where he was born and to whom
Newt? LMAO, that dude served divorce papers to his dying wife in the hospital while she fought cancer!
honestly, your smear tactics are having the opposite effect, as clearly expressed in this thread by several readers, the more you attempt to smear
him, the more people learn about him and come to his side.
Democrats are jumping ship and switching to republicans in the hopes of voting for Paul. Paul is the ONLY candidate who has been consistent, since
day 1. The only consistent thing from the opposition is smear tactics.
First, you tried to ignore him and pretend he didn't exist.
Then you tried to belittle him and make him seem like a nutjob
Now you are literally gasping at straws.
And the best part? It's mostly republicans that hate Paul, they would honestly rather hand the Democrats another term in office than see Paul win,
even if that means denying their own party the presidency.
Can't you fools see this for what it is?