There is a letter making it’s way around the internet signed by Ron Paul with a black helicopter feel to it. Apparently, the 90’s era letter speaks of “new money”, IRS agents hunting us down with AK-47s, a coming race war, and a government conspiracy over AIDS. For $99, readers could subscribe to Paul’s newsletter and be warned before the government takes its next step towards a KGB style, government run state.
Paul states that the new money, updated currency during the Bush Sr. administration to prevent fraud, was itself a conspiracy. Paul has denied writing the letter or reading it before it’s dissemination. So what is going on here? Is Ron Paul looney tunes? Or is the Ron Paul organization out of control?
This isn’t the first newsletter problems that Paul has had. In the past, his newsletter has contained questionable to outright racist material. However, he has dismissed that as being written by someone else with no editorial constraints on his part. This appears to be the first one signed by him.
What I don’t understand is how Paul can separate himself from the things written in the Ron Paul newsletter, yet runs attack ads against Newt Gingrich as a hypocrite for his clientele at the Gingrich Group.
2012 is the first primary that Paul has had a chance. It is the first time he is being vetted on a national stage. He has stuck to his two major issues, the war and the fed, and those have gained him some good traction in Iowa. But is Ron Paul truly a stable, normal person who we can trust the Presidency to? Barack Obama had Jeremiah Wright. Right now it looks like Ron Paul has Ron Paul.
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