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Ron Paul's latest flap over a series of racist newsletters has won him the support of a group no politician wants on their side: White supremacists. And it's not the first time, either. The Republican presidential candidate is a perennial favorite among those on the white supremacist message board Stormfront, where he's getting all kinds of unabashed support for his campaign, his newsletters, and his political persona in general.
Paul has already said he doesn't want white supremacists' support. But like it or not, he's got it. And stories like the newsletter thing really seem to lock that support down even tighter.
Ron Paul has the majority of non-whites, and the white supremacists both hoping on board? Nice.
My apologies, but this 'beginning of the end' because of some wacko blog liking you is crap, and you and I know it. Might as well disparage any candidate this blog likes, since half of us are waiting for aliens.
Originally posted by SurrealisticPillow
OP doesn't like Ron Paul because Ron Paul doesn't suck up to Israel.
Ain't that right?