posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 06:46 PM
The issue for me is not so much what Ron Paul said, but that he denies it. That is simply not credible. He made nearly a million dollars a year
selling it. They went out with his signature and used the first person. They are on subjects he is interested in. It is simply untenable that he a)
didn't write those newsletters himself or b) didn't know what was in them. You mean to tell me that Ron Paul had a million dollar business with a
newsletter covering subjects he was vitally interested in and he not only didn't write them, but never read them? That is patently absurd! He is not
telling a credible story.
Not that he's the only one. Does ANYONE believe Bill Clinton did NOT have sexual relations with "that woman" Monica Lewinski? I'll bet you most
Ron Paul supprters scoff at the idea that Clinton is innocent. Does ANYONE believe Nixon and Rosemary Woods "accidentally" erased 17 minutes of tape
bearing on conversations in the Oval Office? I'll bet Ron Paul supporters scoff at the very idea that his was an uinintentional "accident." Yet
when Ron Paul claims he didn't know what was going out in his own newsletter under his name, his supportrs believe that.
Incredible! How can they possibly be in such denial? They don't believe Clinton's lies. They don't believe Nixon's lies. But Ron Paul? No
But Okay. Have it your way. Let's just say that, defying all logic, what he said is EXACTLY what happened. He didn't write the stuff, didn't read
the stuff and, even after raking in a million bucks a year on it, had no idea what was in them.
That means he had absolutely no control over what his "staff" put out under his name. Does that portend well for the future? Do you really want a
President that has no idea whatsoever what his staff is doing? That's even scarier than his knowing what was in the newsletters.
Obviously Paul knows the newsletters are toxic and he's spent years pretending he doesn't know anything about them, so now it will be difficult for
him to backtrack and admit he actually wrote them. He's stuck between a rock and a hard place. And now it's come back to haunt him. Want to know
what Ron Paul really thinks? Just read his newsletters.