Ron Paul and His KKK, White Supremaci...

Ron Paul and His KKK, White Supremacist, and Neo-Nazi Supporters

There are 743 comments on the Blogcritics story from Nov 26, 2007, titled Ron Paul and His KKK, White Supremacist, and Neo-Nazi Supporters. In it, Blogcritics reports that:

Ron Paul is not distancing himself from his white supremacist, KKK and Neo-Nazi supporters quick enough.

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Lee sanford

United States

#1 Dec 14, 2007
Having the support from the kkk is better than getting endorsed by the North American Union, Nafta, and the CFR. These organizations have endorsed the neo-cons that Ron Paul is running against.
Dr R P

Loxahatchee, FL

#2 Dec 14, 2007
The honorable Dr. CANNOT control who supports him. He can only deny. Just like Hillary denied that Chinese guy HU who was a wanted man.

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#4 Dec 14, 2007
Dr R P wrote:
The honorable Dr. CANNOT control who supports him. He can only deny. Just like Hillary denied that Chinese guy HU who was a wanted man.
Hillary gave the money back.

Ron Paul hasn't.
DiRtE PoLiTiCiAnZ

Jerseyville, IL

#5 Dec 14, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
<quoted text>Hillary gave the money back.
Ron Paul hasn't.
Hillary gave Obama something back too!
Bill R

Mountain Home, AR

#6 Dec 15, 2007
Dr R P wrote:
The honorable Dr. CANNOT control who supports him. He can only deny. Just like Hillary denied that Chinese guy HU who was a wanted man.
The good Dr. can control who works within his
campaign. Down there in Florida he's got a
well known neo-Nazi (Ubele) organizing his
so-called Meetups. Ubele's own words ....
"Blend in .... radicalize."
Sun Of The Beach

Bridgeport, CT

#7 Dec 15, 2007
Really Now. And what of the democrats with the Black Muslims support and other black racist organizations? I have no use for the KKK who hated Italians and other groups, or the Neo Nazis who idolize Hitler. All the above mentioned groups, salt and pepper are nothing more then a bunch of shit birds. But dont knock the republicans and let the democrats get away with what their doing. Lets be fair about it
Mark

Arlington, TX

#8 Dec 15, 2007
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
The good Dr. can control who works within his
campaign. Down there in Florida he's got a
well known neo-Nazi (Ubele) organizing his
so-called Meetups. Ubele's own words ....
"Blend in .... radicalize."
umm... meetups are not part of the campaign... where did this even come from?
Mark

Arlington, TX

#9 Dec 15, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
<quoted text>Hillary gave the money back.
Ron Paul hasn't.
if she gave back all the dirty money she has raised she'd be broke...

I think it's disgusting how much money she gets from the military industrial complex and the medical industrial complex.

perhaps the government should start giving tax money back to those citizens which have ideological differences with their policy. perhaps you would suggest that shady people should be exempt from all taxes because their money is "tainted" and therefore can not be used to do any good.

funny how blatant the double standards get these days.
Bill R

Mountain Home, AR

#10 Dec 15, 2007
Mark wrote:
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umm... meetups are not part of the campaign... where did this even come from?
Ron Paul message boards, thank you.

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#11 Dec 15, 2007
Sun Of The Beach wrote:
Really Now. And what of the democrats with the Black Muslims support and other black racist organizations? I have no use for the KKK who hated Italians and other groups, or the Neo Nazis who idolize Hitler. All the above mentioned groups, salt and pepper are nothing more then a bunch of shit birds. But dont knock the republicans and let the democrats get away with what their doing. Lets be fair about it
Care to provide a link that shows the "Black Muslims" are supporting Democrats?n If you are referring to the Nation of Islam specifically, they pretty much refrain from participating in the "devil's" politics.

If you are referring to American Muslims in general, or African American (mainstream) Muslims in particular, with the likes of Falwell, Robertson, et al promoting what amounts to a crusade under the guise of the so-called GWOT, gee - I wonder why they're not Republican?

Care to elaborate on which "black racists" are supporting Democrats? You're not one of those folks who is going to compare the KKK to the NAACP, are you?

For the record, I doubt very seriously ANY Republican candidate besides possibly Tancredo would keep money that could be attributed to the likes of groups that are openly supporting Congressman Paul.

Paul keeps it because he cannot afford not to, and he can't distance himself too far from the likes of what you quite accurately call a "bunch of shit birds" because that will deprive him of much needed campaign workers.

Whether it's desperation or identification, the result is the same.
IDIOTA UNOS

Ruskin, FL

#12 Dec 15, 2007
From Dr No to Dr. Sly and then Dr Evil when hes in the Whitehouse. Fascism at work!

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#13 Dec 15, 2007
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>
if she gave back all the dirty money she has raised she'd be broke...
I think it's disgusting how much money she gets from the military industrial complex and the medical industrial complex.
perhaps the government should start giving tax money back to those citizens which have ideological differences with their policy. perhaps you would suggest that shady people should be exempt from all taxes because their money is "tainted" and therefore can not be used to do any good.
funny how blatant the double standards get these days.
So what is your point?

Are you arguing that the likes of the KKK and whatever the American Nazis are calling themselves these days are just like any other Americans and should have a place at the table?

IMHO they'd make good training dummies for a live fire National Guard exercise, but aside from that consider them to be a waste of the chemicals that make up the human body.

I'm personally a strong proponent of the separation of church and state. I don't LIKE the fact that the Republicans have turned any number of so-called "evangelical" denominations into fund raising organs.

That said - I would not be so stupid as to compare them with the KKK, the White Supremacists, and the various and sundry slime that seem to have found a hero in Congressman Paul.
Bill R

Mountain Home, AR

#14 Dec 15, 2007
Bill R wrote:
<quoted text>
Ron Paul message boards, thank you.
If you believe Meetups are not part of the campaign
to elect Ron Paul, just Google "Ron Paul - Meetups."
Scan thru the first 3 or 4 and then come back and
tell us the Ron Paul campaign is not involved in
this method of campaigning and raising money.
Bill R

Mountain Home, AR

#15 Dec 15, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
<quoted text>Care to provide a link that shows the "Black Muslims" are supporting Democrats?n If you are referring to the Nation of Islam specifically, they pretty much refrain from participating in the "devil's" politics.
If you are referring to American Muslims in general, or African American (mainstream) Muslims in particular, with the likes of Falwell, Robertson, et al promoting what amounts to a crusade under the guise of the so-called GWOT, gee - I wonder why they're not Republican?
Care to elaborate on which "black racists" are supporting Democrats? You're not one of those folks who is going to compare the KKK to the NAACP, are you?
For the record, I doubt very seriously ANY Republican candidate besides possibly Tancredo would keep money that could be attributed to the likes of groups that are openly supporting Congressman Paul.
Paul keeps it because he cannot afford not to, and he can't distance himself too far from the likes of what you quite accurately call a "bunch of shit birds" because that will deprive him of much needed campaign workers.
Whether it's desperation or identification, the result is the same.
It is understandable that from time to time a
person of ... how shall we say it ... "dubious
motivations and credentials" will donate to a
political candidate will know nothing about it.
Checks are received, recorded, and cashed ...
often by volunteers who are simply doing what
they were told to do. I have wondered from time
to time how many are actually set-ups to destroy
the credibility of a particular candidate in
"need" of a scandal.

It is quite another thing when a political candidate knowingly allows people who are known
to represent what is essentially the underbelly
of American society to work for them. That is
the case with Ron Paul and until such a time
that he does more than flippantly tell us he'll
take their money and pay no attention to them,
he can be regarded as weak in principle and
character.

If the same situation came up with any other
political candidate I would say the same thing.
It is the issue here that is important, not the
person, whatever else we might think of them.
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#16 Dec 15, 2007
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>
if she gave back all the dirty money she has raised she'd be broke...
I think it's disgusting how much money she gets from the military industrial complex and the medical industrial complex.
perhaps the government should start giving tax money back to those citizens which have ideological differences with their policy. perhaps you would suggest that shady people should be exempt from all taxes because their money is "tainted" and therefore can not be used to do any good.
funny how blatant the double standards get these days.
I'm a little new to this thread but please tell me who in the military industrial complex has provided money to Hillary Clinton, you seem well informed. Thank you!!

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#17 Dec 15, 2007
EASY MONEY wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a little new to this thread but please tell me who in the military industrial complex has provided money to Hillary Clinton, you seem well informed. Thank you!!
Did you see they've created a whole new "Medical Industrial Complex"?

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Since: Dec 07

Chandler AZ

#18 Dec 15, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
<quoted text>Hillary gave the money back.
Ron Paul hasn't.
Clinton Campaign Will Keep Contributions
By Leslie Wayne

The Clinton campaign said today that it saw no reason to return donations from two major campaign contributors whose donations, according to the Wall Street Journal, closely track one another.

The Journal reported that a total of $200,000 in donations to Democratic committees and candidates from the Paw family of Daley City, Calif., and those of Norman Hsu, a wealthy New York businessmen who is a major Democratic donor and Clinton fund-raiser, had sometimes taken place about the same time.
The article also said the Paw family lived in a modest house and raised questions about their ability to make such large donations.
But Lawrence Barcello, an attorney for Mr. Hsu, denied any suggestions that the Paw family donations had indeed come from Mr. Hsu rather than the Paws.
Mr. Barcello said that the Paws and Mr. Hsu have known each other for at least a decade, after Mr. Hsu began to shop at a store in a Burlingame, Calif., hotel run by Alice Paw, the family matriarch. The attorney said that, despite the family’s modest house, they have the financial wherewithal to make large contributions. Mr. Hsu had also become close to one of the Paws’ sons, Winkle, and the two have done business deals together, according to Mr. Barcello.
“Norman Hsu is a long-time Democratic fund-raiser for a variety of committee sand candidates,” said Mr. Barcello.“He asks colleagues for support, which is what every fund-raiser does. The Paws have the financial resources to make contributions and no one reimbursed anybody.”
Winkle Paw, one of four grown children in the family, told the newspaper:“I have been fortunate in my investments and all of my contributions have been in my money.”
Mr. Barcello said Mr. Hsu is a “bundler,” or a person who holds fund-raisers and collects campaign donations from other contributors. For that reason, many of the checks “bundled” by Mr. Hsu all have the same contribution date.
In response to question about the Journal story, Howard Wolfson, a Clinton campaign spokesman, repeated a statement he had made earlier.
“Norman Hsu is a longtime and generous supporter of the Democratic party and its candidates, including Senator Clinton. During Mr. Hsu’s many years of active participation in the political process, there has been no question about his integrity or his commitment to playing by the rules, and we have absolutely no reason to call his contributions into question or return them.”
Mr. Wolfson said the
Hawk man

Beaverton, OR

#20 Dec 15, 2007
What is distance his self mean? One day, month? year? Few years? Explain please.

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#21 Dec 15, 2007
triplej10-9 wrote:
<quoted text>
Clinton Campaign Will Keep Contributions
By Leslie Wayne
The Clinton campaign said today that it saw no reason to return donations from two major campaign contributors whose donations, according to the Wall Street Journal, closely track one another.
The Journal reported that a total of $200,000 in donations to Democratic committees and candidates from the Paw family of Daley City, Calif., and those of Norman Hsu, a wealthy New York businessmen who is a major Democratic donor and Clinton fund-raiser, had sometimes taken place about the same time....
It's interesting that you would choose an article from August 28th. Not very clever, however.
Assuming your source is the NYT, they published the first change in the position stated above two days later. By September 10, 2007, you can find multiple sources like this one:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php...
Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign said it will return $850,000 in donations raised by Democratic fundraiser Norman Hsu. Hsu is under federal investigation for violating election laws.
Sen. Clinton (D-NY), had previously planned only to give to charity $23,000 she received from Hsu for her presidential and senatorial campaigns and to her political action committee, HillPac.
The FBI is investigating whether Hsu paid so-called straw donors to send campaign contributions to Clinton and other candidates, a law enforcement official said Monday.
"In light of recent events and allegations that Mr. Norman Hsu engaged in an illegal investment scheme, we have decided out of an abundance of caution to return the money he raised for our campaign," Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson said in a statement Monday. "An estimated 260 donors this week will receive refunds totaling approximately $850,000 from the campaign."
Wolfson said that the Clinton campaign also will vigorously review its fundraisers, including thorough criminal background checks, in the future.
"In any instances where a source of a bundler's income is in question, the campaign will take affirmative steps to verify its origin," he said.
The amount that the campaign identified as raised by Hsu would make him one of her top fundraisers. During the first six months of this year, her presidential campaign raised $52 million from individual contributors, second to Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), who raised $58.5 million.
From NPR reports and the Associated Press
EASY MONEY

Bangkok, Thailand

#22 Dec 15, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
<quoted text>Did you see they've created a whole new "Medical Industrial Complex"?
Too many complexes for me to keep track of.

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