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BlueStateMan On August - 18 - 2011

Ron Paul isn’t just a fanatic Ayn Rand devotee like the son he claims he didn’t name after her… in fact, that is the least of his shortcomings.

LET’S TAKE A PEAK AT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PAULS HISTORY ON RACE:

In an article entitled “The Coming Race War,”, The RON PAUL POLITICAL REPORT referred to the “pro-communist philanderer Martin Luther King” & to his non-violent approach as “State violence”.. it described the MLK holiday as “Hate Whitey Day” & when activists suggested naming a city after Dr. King, Paul suggested other names such as “Welfaria,” “Zooville,” “Rapetown,” “Dirtburg,” and “Lazyopolis”…

He continued, “King was—at best—a socialist, as his writings and speeches show.  He was a pal of Communists, and an advocate pf a gigantic welfare state. Why, by the way, is King the only person in recorded history to keep his doctorate in death?  No one ever says “Dr. Einstein” .

The Congressman added that, “On the holiday honoring King, the films shown in the government schools depict whites as evil.  From watching them, kids can think that 25 years ago, whites held blacks in cages until MLK came to unlock the cells.”

The newsletter advised that, “if there is any issue the Republicans have in their favor for the next presidential election, it is the question of race. It was all over for Michael Dukakis when Jesse Jackson gave his awful prime-time speech at the last Democratic Convention and the cameras focused on masses of teary-eyed, left-wing blacks.”

Another issue decried that “Jury verdicts, basketball games, and even music are enough to set off black rage, it seems,” and defends David Duke.

One installment contained entries on a “new form of racial terrorism… Needlin’ has struck New York City streets on the tony Upper West Side.  At least 39 white women have been stuck with used hypodermic needles, perhaps infected with AIDS, by gangs of black girls between the ages of 12 and 14.”

“Who can doubt that if the situation had been reversed, if white girls had done this to black women we would have been subjected to months-long nationwide propaganda campaign on the evils of white America?  The double standard strikes again.”

Many issues of these “newsletters” cites the same Jared Taylor who founded the eugenicist and white supremacist periodical “American Renaissance”… and even offered readers information on how to subscribe to it.

An issue of the RON PAUL FREEDOM REPORT wrote that, “opinion polls consistently show only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions,” and that “if you have ever been robbed by a black teen-aged male, you know how unbelievably fleet-footed they can be.”

It also called African American Representative Barbara Jordan the “the archetypical half-educated victimologist” whose “race and sex protect her from criticism.”

An issue of the RON PAUL SURVIVAL REPORT worried about America’s “disappearing white majority”.. and another describes Bill Clinton’s supposedly “illegitimate children, black and white: ‘woods colts’ in backwoods slang.”

HOW ABOUT HIS TAKE ON THE LGBT COMMUNITY:

A Ron Paul Political Report cited “a well-known libertarian editor” who quipped that “The ACT UP slogan on stickers plastered all over Manhattan is ‘SILENCE = DEATH’… but shouldn’t it be SODOMY = DEATH’?”

Another issue stated that “those who don’t commit sodomy, who don’t get blood a transfusion, and who don’t swap needles, are virtually assured of not getting AIDS unless they are deliberately infected by a malicious gay.”

LET’S SEGUE INTO THE “CONSPIRACY” PARANOIA:

One submission approvingly cited Dr. William C. Douglass, who “believes that AIDS is a deliberately engineered hybrid” developed at a World Health Organization experiment conducted at Ft. Detrick… Douglass also contends “smoking can help you live longer!”

In the SURVIVAL REPORT, the author (writing in the 1st person) states, “Whether [the 1993 World Trade Center bombing] was a setup by the Israeli Mossad .. or was truly a retaliation by the Islamic fundamentalists, matters little.”

The newsletter also warned readers to “do your very best to keep your family away from inner cities. If you can’t, have a haven remote from the metropolitan areas”… and another asks about “Black Helicopters”.

An issue in which Paul wrote about his decision to run for President said that he dashed after Pat Buchanan expressing his intention to run.. writing of “the essential compatibility between Buchanan’s ideas and mine” and “agreed to serve as the chairman of his economic advisory committee.”

EVEN HIS “ANTI-WAR” STANCE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ‘PEACE ON EARTH’:

His objections stem solely from his stance as an isolationist and seems to abhor
any interaction between the United States and the rest of the world in any manner, diplomatic or otherwise.

He hates the UN especially.

Like a poster child of the “Shock Doctrine”, he has no objections to private ‘business interests’ hiring mercenary organizations like ‘Blackwater’ to do the dirty work, advocating the our government issue letters of marque and reprisal empowering these private armies to do whatever they want.

LET’S TAKE A LOOK INTO DR. PAULS PURPORTED “LIBERTARIANISM” & HOW HE TRIES TO APPLY IT TO GOVERNANCE:

He is anti-Choice…

He is against antitrust laws…

He is anti OSHA…

He is anti-minimum wage…

He is anti-organized labor…

He is anti-mandatory Social Security contributions…

He is anti any voting rights legislation…

He is anti any legislation prohibiting discrimination…

He is anti environmental protection…

HERE ARE ACTUAL RESOLUTIONS HE HAS INTRODUCED AS A CONGRESSMAN:

— He opposes the right of women to be free to control their own bodies if they happen to live in particular states or other countries, or if they work for the Peace Corps.

H.R.1095. H.R.777, H.R.1548:
To prohibit any Federal official from expending any Federal funds for any population control or population planning program or any family planning activity.

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— He wants to erase the distinction in U.S. law between a zygote and a person

H.R.2597:
To provide that human life shall be deemed to exist from conception.

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— He would deny the use of the Federal courts to people discriminated against because of their religious beliefs or sexual orientation. This would also limit the cross-state recognition of same-sex marriages. He cynically calls this the “We the People Act”.

H.R.300:
To limit the jurisdiction of the Federal courts, and for other purposes.

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— Even though he claims to be a “libertarian”, he opposes people’s freedom to burn or destroy their own copies of the design of the U.S. flag.

H.J.RES.80:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States authorizing the States to prohibit the physical destruction of the flag of the United States and authorizing Congress to prohibit destruction of federally owned flags.

— He has tried to repeal the Occupational Safety and Health Act:

H.R.2310:
A bill to repeal the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.

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— He would like to make it much easier to decertify labor unions:

H.R.694:
To amend the National Labor Relations Act to permit elections to decertify representation by a labor organization.

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— He opposes the Minimum Wage:

H.R.2962:
A bill to repeal all authority of the Federal Government to regulate wages in private employment.

———

— He would deny the prevailing wage to employees of federal contractors, and remove prohibition on kickbacks in Federal projects:

H.R.736:
To repeal the Davis-Bacon Act and the Copeland Act.

———

— He wants to severely weaken Social Security:

H.R.2030:
A bill to amend the Social Security Act and the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to make social security coverage completely optional for both present and future workers, to freeze benefit levels, to provide for the partial financing of future benefits from general revenues subject to specified conditions, to eliminate the earnings test, to make changes in the tax treatment of IRA accounts, and for other purposes.

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— He wants to repeal the “Motor Voter” Act, which has made it easier for people to register to vote.

H.R.2139: To repeal the National Voter Registration Act of 1993.

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— He would repeal significant portions of antitrust law, including the Sherman Antitrust Act, the Clayton Antitrust Act, and others.

H.R.1247:
To ensure and foster continued patient safety and quality of care by exempting health care professionals from the Federal antitrust laws in their negotiations with health plans and health insurance issuers.

H.R.1789:
To restore the inherent benefits of the market economy by repealing the Federal body of statutory law commonly referred to as “antitrust law”, and for other purposes.

——–

— He has tried to make it easier for racial and ethnic discrimination in our society:

H.R.3863:
A bill to provide that the Internal Revenue Service may not implement certain proposed rules relating to the determination of whether private schools have discriminatory policies.

H.R.5842:
A bill to make all Iranian Students in the United States ineligible for any form of federal aid.

— He would propose an amendment to the Constitution to gut the Fourteenth Amendment by denying citizenship to people born here whose parents aren’t already citizens “nor persons who owe permanent allegiance to the United States”. That latter part could produce some serious political discrimination, especially if radicals can have their citizenship revoked:

H.J.RES.46:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to deny United States citizenship to individuals born in the United States to parents who are neither United States citizens nor persons who owe permanent allegiance to the United States.

H.J.RES.42:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to deny United States citizenship to individuals born in the United States to parents who are neither United States citizens nor persons who owe permanent allegiance to the United States.

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— He would limit or try to repeal various environmental protection laws and regulations, including the Clean Air Act, the Soil and Water Conservation Act, and the use of devices that protect the “bycatch” of sea life:

H.J.RES.104:
To disapprove a rule issued by the Environmental Protection Agency relating to proposed revisions to the national pollutant discharge elimination system program and Federal antidegradation policy and the proposed revisions to the water quality planning and management regulations concerning total maximum daily load.

H.R.7079:
A bill to repeal the Soil and Water Conservation Act of 1977.

HOW ABOUT A QUICK LOOK AT THE POSITIONS ESPOUSED BY HIS OFFSPRING IN THE SENATE:

ON SEAT-BELT LAWS:

“I think the federal government shouldn’t be involved.  I don’t want to live in a nanny state where people are telling me where I can go and what I can do.”

ON THE CONSTITUTION:

“I believe that the primary Constitutional function of the federal government is national defense, bar none.”

ON HIS OPPOSITION TO CHILD LABOR LAWS:

“Because sometimes in really poor families, kids just have to pitch in.”

ON THE CONCENTRATION OF CORPORATE POWER:

“I mean, they must be doing something right, you know?”

ON “WHITES ONLY” RESTAURANTS:

“I mean, if you don’t trace your ancestry to northern Europe and you’re really hungry, if you ask nicely, maybe they’ll let you come in. I mean, these are things we can solve without laws and stuff.”

ON WHY MEDICARE IS ‘FAILING’ (UNTRUE):

“The fundamental reason why Medicare is failing is why the Soviet Union failed — socialism doesn’t work,” Paul said. “You have … no price fluctuation.”

ON HEALTHCARE IN GENERAL:

Rand Paul belongs to a conservative doctors’ group that, among other things, has expressed doubts about the connection between HIV and AIDS and suggested that President Barack Obama may have been elected because he was able to hypnotize voters.

…Speaking to the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons’ annual conference last October in Nashville, Paul said he has been a member of the group since at least 1990…”I use a lot of AAPS literature when I talk,” he told the group.

“I think you don’t have a right to happiness — you have the right to the pursuit of happiness … if you think you have the right to health care, you are saying basically that I am your slave. I provide health care.  My staff and technicians provide it.  If you have a right to health care, then you have a right to their labor,”

ON SOICAL SECURITY:

“The more freedom the better … Reform is going to happen, and I hope it’s privatization.”

ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT:

“Should it be prohibited for private entities such as a church, bed-and-breakfast or retirement neighborhood that doesn’t want noisy children? Absolutely not. Decisions concerning private property and associations should in a free society be unhindered.”

ON THE BP OIL SPILL:

“I think it’s part of this sort of blame game society in the sense that it’s always got to be someone’s fault instead of the fact that sometimes accidents happen.”

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Thank god daddy will never be President… and why we need to get rid of the kid ASAP.

15 Responses so far.

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  1. PatsyT says:

    In his own words.
    “Dangers of Nuclear Energy Overblown”
    This, after Fukushima, is insane.
    Oh and notice his plug for his book.
    http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/4588005/ron-paul-dangers-of-nuclear-energy-overblown/

  2. BlueStateMan says:

    He had editorial control over every, single one of those “newsletters”.. and his stances on government and his legislative record speaks for itself.

    Sorry, my friend.. he loves to prattle on about how responsible he is… so let him own these vile messages as well.

    He won’t (typical)… instead, after pulling in nearly $1,000,000 per year with this political pornography, neither Ron Paul nor his chief ghostwriter, Ludwig von Mises Institute founder Llewellyn Rockwell, Jr. want to admit their culpability. BOTH men DEFENDED this trash when it was first published, but now they want to “move on.”

    Tough.

  3. I’m not worried about Ron Paul in the least. I don’t think he has any chance of winning the nomination, let alone the general election. He’s just an old quack that will fade away into the farthest memory of DC extremists.

    • KQuark says:

      I just worry that a small groups of progressives seem him viable at all.

    • BlueStateMan says:

      What worries me is the fact that many progressives like this charlatan because he is “anti-war” (which he isn’t).

      • Point taken, but he is so extreme in many other aspects of government’s role in society, that seeming to be anti-war is just not enough. Ron Paul is like the other side of the coin that is Dennis Kucinich. I think both are considered by most to be flakes, flakes not worth any serious consideration.

  4. agrippa says:

    That is a good article about Ron Paul.
    People need to know who and what he is.

  5. Dorothy Rissman says:

    What a nasty, dirty little man. Hate exudes from every pore in his body. Thank you for specifics that I was unaware of.

    Say NO to Ronnie and Randy. Both of them are dangerous and want to destroy this country.

    • KQuark says:

      Both are just big lies. I mean how can they call themselves Libertarians when they feel free for the government to invade woman’s bodies and strike down civil rights.

  6. KQuark says:

    BSM Cheers! Thanks! Gratiam habeo! Domo arigato! Dhannvaad! Mamnoon!

    I’m so glad finally called Ron Paul out for what he really is. Just because he’s anti-war and legalizing vices a few progressives support him. There is nothing about the man to like because he even supports those causes for cynical reasons. He’s beyond a nutter and anyone who supports him is a Paultard because they fail to research what the whole man is about.

    Oh yeah and his son may be worse.

    EVEN HIS “ANTI-WAR” STANCE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ‘PEACE ON EARTH’:
    His objections stem solely from his stance as an isolationist and seems to abhor
    any interaction between the United States and the rest of the world in any manner, diplomatic or otherwise.
    He hates the UN especially.
    Like a poster child of the “Shock Doctrine”, he has no objections to private ‘business interests’ hiring mercenary organizations like ‘Blackwater’ to do the dirty work, advocating the our government issue letters of marque and reprisal empowering these private armies to do whatever they want.

    Par excellence. All his views on liberty are actually cynically related to making money. I’m sure he would want people to be able to sell their organs or even children on EBay. He only wants to legalize vices for the same reason. Basically he thinks any way you can make a buck is good because money is literally his God.


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