Saturday, January 28, 2012

Ron Paul- Aryan Supremacist- The Story Continues

The mainstream press, which seems to be perfectly willing to provide all sorts of Republicans with time to promote their preposterous theory that Barack Obama is some sort of anti-white racist, has pretty well ignored the story about a huge cache of Aryan supremacist, hate filled public writings by Republican candidate Ron Paul  When these articles, from Ron Paul's own newsletter, and published under his own name, were revealed, Paul resorted to the idiotic claim that they were all written by someone else, and he had never read them. But this was enough for the press, which, on the other hand, spent months spreading rumors about an alleged tape in which Michelle Obama talked about "whitey" (which of course was never produced,) and so they have given Ron Paul a pass and let the whole thing drop.

Well, at least the Washington Post had the decency to print the following yesterday:

“It was his newsletter, and it was under his name, so he always got to see the final product. . . . He would proof it,’’ said Renae Hathway, a former secretary in Paul’s company and a supporter of the Texas congressman's.

The newsletters point to a rarely seen and somewhat opaque side of Paul, who has surprised the political community by becoming an important factor in the Republican race."

Rarely seen.  Well, that's for sure.  And whose fault is that?  Whose job is it to let the American people see things like this?  But no, far more important to feature Republicans accusing Obama of playing too much golf.

And here is a nice piece from Americablog, along the same lines.  I want to reiterate- this is a very important story- a look into the soul of today's Republican party- that the press is just going to ignore, while it pursues the most groundless and absurd claims about Obama and the Democrats.


Grung_e_Gene said...

Ron Paul has a plan to turn his campaign into a Legacy. The Father (Ron Paul), the Son (Rand Paul) and The Holy Ghost (Ayn Rand)...

Green Eagle said...

Or maybe Adolf, Joseph and Hermann.