Silly rabbit..
Do you honestly think that people are against Ron Paul because he’s a sweet old peace loving man who is going to save the world?? No. He’s got a lot of baggage and several terrible views on specific issues which people tend to ignore.
I guarantee you this by no means is a "smear" and I in no way am part of "the lamestream media".. In fact I’m just a concerned citizen who thinks the next President shouldn’t be endorsed by the KKK and the biggest white supremacist website on the net.
If you cannot understand this, I suggest you eat a dick as well.
Kisses!
Reality. 

Silly rabbit..

Do you honestly think that people are against Ron Paul because he’s a sweet old peace loving man who is going to save the world?? No. He’s got a lot of baggage and several terrible views on specific issues which people tend to ignore.

I guarantee you this by no means is a "smear" and I in no way am part of "the lamestream media".. In fact I’m just a concerned citizen who thinks the next President shouldn’t be endorsed by the KKK and the biggest white supremacist website on the net.

If you cannot understand this, I suggest you eat a dick as well.

Kisses!

Reality. 

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Oh Jesus..
-Yes, keep defending Ron Paul’s racism. How about David Duke’s racism too while your at it. I bet neo-nazis are sweethearts.. Brilliant! This is the kind of bullshit Ron Paul spreads. Don Black, the former Grand Wizard and “White Nationalist” AKA, racist white supremacist posts about Ron Paul DAILY. Ron Paul is a leading topic on stormfront and it’s not because Ron Paul is an all embracing, peace maker it’s because they have the same ideology and views as he does. Why is that so hard to believe? Are you really that naive or brainwashed? Ron Paul “will stop the wars” are you living on this planet or just really really confused? If anything he would start conflicts between states after turning them into mini counties. And NOT because he’s an "anarchist"- Ron Paul is nothing of the sort, he has no spine.
Ron Paul isn’t some fucking super hero or a Messiah. Ronald is an old man who would do anything in his power to set the clock back to 1800’s because that’s when this country made sense to him.
A time before technology, progress, and diversity. A time when things were much more simple, and life was easy..
Well, for white European immigrants, that is. Things were great for folks like Ron during that time!
"But Ron Paul wants to restore America" Sweet! So.. what exactly does that mean? Seriously! Restore it to.. when? The 1700s? 1800s? Ah, yes! Becuase that’s when America was bursting with liberty, and freedom.. *and slavery, homeschooling, Quakers, slave masters, dominant white people populations and quiet women who did what they were told. A time when everyone worshiped in one place, Church. Which just the way Ronnikins likes it.
Well Ron, things change. And dare I say it..
EVOLVE.
Speaking of which.. Sorry Ronjamin Franklin, but evolution is more than just a "theory" and many people do believe in both religion and evolution, but for whatever the reason, you just cannot  grasp this concept either.
My point is this:
Ron Paul’s reputation with racism matters.
Racism matters.
Turning a blind eye to these issues absolutely matters!
WHY? Because his beliefs and values shape his decisions, so if he were to run a country, these issues are pretty damn important. 
Call me crazy, but if a huge percentage of the people that supported me were violent, angry and hateful racists, I would probably take another look at what I’m doing to see what needs to be changed. I wouldn’t downplay the situation, I would be proactive and cautious about who I chose to work with. Especially if I was a public figure who makes decisions for people! Think about it- Ron Paul published a shitload of horribly offensive articles over 30 YEARS! He profited from these newsletters which seem to implicate he was writing & editing. I’m sorry, but posing for pictures with black people doesn’t cut it!
Ron Paul wants to abolish hate crime legislation, birthright citizenship (which is unconstitutional p.s) and he also wants to allow guns on airplanes and schools. With these views and the hate that he published, Ron Paul has earned himself a following of dangerous people. Kudos!
This is problematic, but  if it’s still too complicated for you to understand, please read the following article: 
Stormfront Forum Member Daniel Cowart Pleads Guilty to Terrorist Plot Against Black Americans
http://www.realcourage.org/2010/03/daniel-cowart-pleads-guilty/
One the idiots that worships Paul was arrested for killing a black man.
Why? Because the man ask him and another “white nationalist” to stop throwing food at him..
Think about how Ron Paul’s vision and reputation might cater to these people and please consider how they might handle things with fewer repercussions, less security, and more access to weapons and narcotics.
That’s it.

Oh Jesus..

-Yes, keep defending Ron Paul’s racism. How about David Duke’s racism too while your at it. I bet neo-nazis are sweethearts.. Brilliant! This is the kind of bullshit Ron Paul spreads. Don Black, the former Grand Wizard and “White Nationalist” AKA, racist white supremacist posts about Ron Paul DAILY. Ron Paul is a leading topic on stormfront and it’s not because Ron Paul is an all embracing, peace maker it’s because they have the same ideology and views as he does. Why is that so hard to believe? Are you really that naive or brainwashed? Ron Paul “will stop the wars” are you living on this planet or just really really confused? If anything he would start conflicts between states after turning them into mini counties. And NOT because he’s an "anarchist"- Ron Paul is nothing of the sort, he has no spine.

Ron Paul isn’t some fucking super hero or a Messiah. Ronald is an old man who would do anything in his power to set the clock back to 1800’s because that’s when this country made sense to him.

A time before technology, progress, and diversity. A time when things were much more simple, and life was easy..

Well, for white European immigrants, that is. Things were great for folks like Ron during that time!

"But Ron Paul wants to restore America" Sweet! So.. what exactly does that mean? Seriously! Restore it to.. when? The 1700s? 1800s? Ah, yes! Becuase that’s when America was bursting with liberty, and freedom.. *and slavery, homeschooling, Quakers, slave masters, dominant white people populations and quiet women who did what they were told. A time when everyone worshiped in one place, Church. Which just the way Ronnikins likes it.

Well Ron, things change. And dare I say it..

EVOLVE.

Speaking of which.. Sorry Ronjamin Franklin, but evolution is more than just a "theory" and many people do believe in both religion and evolution, but for whatever the reason, you just cannot  grasp this concept either.

My point is this:

  • Ron Paul’s reputation with racism matters.
  • Racism matters.
  • Turning a blind eye to these issues absolutely matters!

WHY? Because his beliefs and values shape his decisions, so if he were to run a country, these issues are pretty damn important.

Call me crazy, but if a huge percentage of the people that supported me were violent, angry and hateful racists, I would probably take another look at what I’m doing to see what needs to be changed. I wouldn’t downplay the situation, I would be proactive and cautious about who I chose to work with. Especially if I was a public figure who makes decisions for people! Think about it- Ron Paul published a shitload of horribly offensive articles over 30 YEARS! He profited from these newsletters which seem to implicate he was writing & editing. I’m sorry, but posing for pictures with black people doesn’t cut it!

Ron Paul wants to abolish hate crime legislation, birthright citizenship (which is unconstitutional p.s) and he also wants to allow guns on airplanes and schools. With these views and the hate that he published, Ron Paul has earned himself a following of dangerous people. Kudos!

This is problematic, but  if it’s still too complicated for you to understand, please read the following article:

Stormfront Forum Member Daniel Cowart Pleads Guilty to Terrorist Plot Against Black Americans

http://www.realcourage.org/2010/03/daniel-cowart-pleads-guilty/

One the idiots that worships Paul was arrested for killing a black man.

Why? Because the man ask him and another “white nationalist” to stop throwing food at him..

Think about how Ron Paul’s vision and reputation might cater to these people and please consider how they might handle things with fewer repercussions, less security, and more access to weapons and narcotics.

That’s it.

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No. Plenty of states do not fund this research: http://www.statehealthfacts.org/comparetable.jsp?ind=112&cat=2 I’m responding to a kid named “Everyone is right but me” and the feedback they wrote about this post. 
Girl- You missed the point completely.
"This post wasn’t about whether or not stem-cell research is good or bad, it was about the fact that there’s nothing in the Constitution to allow for federal funding of stem-cell research."
Guess who posted it? Right!- So let me help you understand why you’re wrong, and also what this was or was not about. Ron Paul’s argument for almost everything that he does not agree with is “it’s not in the constitution” and therefore it’s unconstitutional. I find it hilarious that he uses this excuse with embryonic research, and goes so far as to imply that our founding fathers would be opposed to government funding of it. Bottom line is that Ron Paul doesn’t want to fund it, and as a physician, that boggles my mind. He seems more invested in government order than human quality of life. I’m not sure how you confused or couldn’t comprehend “Twisted logic” or “cold, archiac, and greedy” but since it’s too much for you to figure out: I was stating that Ron Paul’s logic is… YOU GUESSED IT! TWISTED!! YAY!! I also think his views are archaic, and that he’s a cold, and greedy old turd. Should I slow down, or are you following? Super..
Medical practice was not regulated by the states in 1789 and not much more so in 1868. Medical licensure began in the 1830s, spurred by the drive to oust itinerant and irregular healers. But persons licensed to practice medicine had no restrictions placed on clinical judgment or on the products that they could use. The first federal drug law passed in 1914 to control non-medical drug abuse left physicians free to prescribe cocaine and opiates for legitimate medical purposes. Are you still there? I know you were very concerned about the constitutional aspect of all this, so pay attention. There were no ethical issues or legal restrictions on research with human subjects until the development of the Nuremburg Code for human experimentation in the 1940s. The ESC debate has been another instance of whether scientists or non-scientists will control the means of clinical treatment and scientific research. Although acknowledging  that the right of privacy is not explicitly mentioned  in the Constitution, the Court stated that such a right can be found in the First,Fourth and Fifth Amendments in the penumbras of the Bill of Rights and in the 14th Amendment. Then we get into abortion laws, concept of when life begins and so on. The words “tests” and “experiment” are debated. The court stated that a  statute is unconstitutionally vague if the mere passage of time may  change  the legality of a procedure. Basically, depending on who you ask, there is no definitive answer to if ESC research is indeed unconstitutional.
My point is, if ESC research leads to safe, effective treatments of disease and quality of life, I don’t see any reason not to support it. So in conclusion little one- your criticism of this photo was not only invalid, but grossly misunderstood. Your comparisons reflect a deep seeded fear for government conspiracy and I’m not at all surprised that you’re a Ron Paul fan. 
Let me know when someone you love has a disease that could be cured with more ESC research, and then let me know how wrong you think it is. Watching my mother slowly deteriorate from the effects of Parkinson’s Disease is awful. Knowing that there could be a cure if people like Ron Paul would support it, makes me a tad upset. If you cannot understand this, I invite you to eat a dick.
Love, me

No. Plenty of states do not fund this research: http://www.statehealthfacts.org/comparetable.jsp?ind=112&cat=2 I’m responding to a kid named “Everyone is right but me” and the feedback they wrote about this post. 

Girl- You missed the point completely.

"This post wasn’t about whether or not stem-cell research is good or bad, it was about the fact that there’s nothing in the Constitution to allow for federal funding of stem-cell research."

Guess who posted it? Right!- So let me help you understand why you’re wrong, and also what this was or was not about. Ron Paul’s argument for almost everything that he does not agree with is “it’s not in the constitution” and therefore it’s unconstitutional. I find it hilarious that he uses this excuse with embryonic research, and goes so far as to imply that our founding fathers would be opposed to government funding of it. Bottom line is that Ron Paul doesn’t want to fund it, and as a physician, that boggles my mind. He seems more invested in government order than human quality of life. I’m not sure how you confused or couldn’t comprehend “Twisted logic” or “cold, archiac, and greedy” but since it’s too much for you to figure out: I was stating that Ron Paul’s logic is… YOU GUESSED IT! TWISTED!! YAY!! I also think his views are archaic, and that he’s a cold, and greedy old turd. Should I slow down, or are you following? Super..

Medical practice was not regulated by the states in 1789 and not much more so in 1868. Medical licensure began in the 1830s, spurred by the drive to oust itinerant and irregular healers. But persons licensed to practice medicine had no restrictions placed on clinical judgment or on the products that they could use. The first federal drug law passed in 1914 to control non-medical drug abuse left physicians free to prescribe cocaine and opiates for legitimate medical purposes. Are you still there? I know you were very concerned about the constitutional aspect of all this, so pay attention. There were no ethical issues or legal restrictions on research with human subjects until the development of the Nuremburg Code for human experimentation in the 1940s. The ESC debate has been another instance of whether scientists or non-scientists will control the means of clinical treatment and scientific research. Although acknowledging  that the right of privacy is not explicitly mentioned  in the Constitution, the Court stated that such a right can be found in the First,Fourth and Fifth Amendments in the penumbras of the Bill of Rights and in the 14th Amendment. Then we get into abortion laws, concept of when life begins and so on. The words “tests” and “experiment” are debated. The court stated that a  statute is unconstitutionally vague if the mere passage of time may  change  the legality of a procedure. Basically, depending on who you ask, there is no definitive answer to if ESC research is indeed unconstitutional.

My point is, if ESC research leads to safe, effective treatments of disease and quality of life, I don’t see any reason not to support it. So in conclusion little one- your criticism of this photo was not only invalid, but grossly misunderstood. Your comparisons reflect a deep seeded fear for government conspiracy and I’m not at all surprised that you’re a Ron Paul fan. 

Let me know when someone you love has a disease that could be cured with more ESC research, and then let me know how wrong you think it is. Watching my mother slowly deteriorate from the effects of Parkinson’s Disease is awful. Knowing that there could be a cure if people like Ron Paul would support it, makes me a tad upset. If you cannot understand this, I invite you to eat a dick.

Love, me

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EXACTLY! Ron Paul is not an advocate or supporter of gay rights. Leaving these up to each individual state does NOT mean “support” or “freedom” it simply means giving each state more power to change the current laws that are set in place to protect people. The Federal government cannot declare itself a Christian nation but guess who could under Ron Paul’s vision of the constitution? That’s right- The State government!

He thinks the Federal government should not be allowed to interfere with issues like; abortion, gay marriage & drug legalization, but he DOES 100% think that State government should. So technically, depending on various States, there could very well be more government involvement. Does it really matter if it’s “big government”? Not really. 

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Ron Paul opposes sexual harassment legislation stating Quote: Why don’t they quit once the so called harassment starts?

RON PAUL has long opposed sexual harassment legislation. I’m very serious. In his book, Freedom Under Siege, Ron Paul writes the following:

Why don’t they quit once the so-called ‘harassment’ starts? …Seeking protection under civil rights legislation is hardly acceptable…pressure and submission is hardly an example of a violation of one’s employment rights.” 

-Nice. So if you’re being sexually harassed at work, you better quit you job or just take it and stop complaining. Sounds perfectly reasonable.. *cough* Ron Paul also argues against the government’s right “to tell an airline it must hire unattractive women if it does not want to.” -Because by giving people the “freedom” to sexually harass & discriminate without consequence will restore America somehow, right? Yeah, I’ll pass. 

http://www.calemployeerightsblog.com/2008/01/15/ron-paul-on-employee-rights-part-1-sexual-harassment-whats-the-big-deal/

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Randy Gray is a Michigan Klan member who organizes rallies for the Arkansas-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, featuring various white supremacist and Christian Identity speakers. He is currently listed as the Regional Coordinator of the Knights of the Klu Klux Klan. http://kkk.bz/?page_id=264
I guess his past experience working as Midland County coordinator of Ron Paul’s campaign really paid off. 
http://www.realcourage.org/2010/07/midland-nazis-racists/
http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2465946428&topic=7085
http://www.adl.org/main_Extremism/youth_western_civilization.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_9
http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/hate-incidents?page=1&year=&state=MI

He seems like such a super guy. I totally get why he worked for Ron Paul. Listen to him giving a speech HERE: http://youtu.be/X0us71hKDh0 

Randy Gray is a Michigan Klan member who organizes rallies for the Arkansas-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, featuring various white supremacist and Christian Identity speakers. He is currently listed as the Regional Coordinator of the Knights of the Klu Klux Klan. http://kkk.bz/?page_id=264

I guess his past experience working as Midland County coordinator of Ron Paul’s campaign really paid off. 

http://www.realcourage.org/2010/07/midland-nazis-racists/

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2465946428&topic=7085

http://www.adl.org/main_Extremism/youth_western_civilization.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_9

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/hate-incidents?page=1&year=&state=MI


He seems like such a super guy. I totally get why he worked for Ron Paul. Listen to him giving a speech HERE: http://youtu.be/X0us71hKDh0 


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Don Black in his own words about his support for Ron Paul and his campaign.

ABOUT DON BLACK:

  • Former Grand Wizard in the Klu Klux Klan.
  • Member of The American Nazi Party.
  • Founder of White Nationalist website, Stormfront.
  • Asked by Italian News if Stormfront was not just the new Ku Klux Klan, Black responded affirmatively, though he noted that he would never say so to an American journalist.
  • Gives money to Ron Paul and endorses him.

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  • No biased, Paul-fan charts.
  • No fluff.
  • All facts.
  • Educate yourself about Ron Paul and what he’s really about. *It’s a wee more complicate than freedom, liberty, war and weed.

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