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  1. Bruce Draken
    January 29, 2012

    Even if Paul is as innocent of the content of the newsletters as he claims to be, that would mean that:
    a)He didn’t know what his employees were doing in his name
    b)He allowed outrageous statements to be attributed to him with which he disagreed and did nothing to correct that until he was challenged with it as a presidential candidate decades later
    c)He is now dodging responsibility, rather than accepting it, not only for the content of the letters but also for his failures as a manager, if his disavowals are to be believed.
    These failures alone disqualify him for the office of president. A President must above all:
    a) Be a competent manager
    b) Know what his subordinates are doing on his watch
    c) Take responsibility

  2. Evelyn
    January 27, 2012

    Look, the entire anti-government movement is really about race. No one is opposed to government when it is of, for, and by people like them. But when government is perceived as protecting the interests of “others,” suddenly it’s too much government. Of COURSE Paul pandered to racists. And it is almost certain that if you got him going after a couple of drinks, among friends, his racial views would be ones that would not stand the light of day.

  3. Paranoid Politico
    January 27, 2012

    What’s the difference between Ron Paul and any other politician caught in a lie?

    Nothing at all, he just denies, denies, denies.

  4. JD
    January 27, 2012

    What a cheesy photo. LOL!!!

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