The Libertarian Publisher.
Ron Paul: Who am I to tell you what to write in my newsletter??
the pauls are all crazy.
You mean the Republicans. If it’s not this group, it’s the Tea Party-ians who want to take America back to the Dark Ages when women couldn’t vote.
Well said, Motivemagus.The newsletter issue raises serious questions about Paul’s character and leadership. Either he supported and believes the racist rants of his newsletter and is now being 2-faced to secure public office, in blatant contradiction to his sales pitch that he is a consistent thinker/actor OR he is a very careless leader, who will abstain from directing and controlling action that is taken in his name….neither is a good reference for a potential president.
The ingredients in “fragrance” in products, like soaps etc, are “proprietary” under the current rules, thus “secret”, even if they’re cancer producing, or worse, an example of deregulation by government agencies charged with “protecting” the public. Those “fragrances” might best be used to mask the smell of current right-wing politics, like Paul, Santorum, Bachmann, et al. So that gasping, wheezing, and collapsing upon inhalation, might be a good thing.
Eryx, LOL! My rancher neighbor has his horse trailer parked in the street tonight. Need I say more????
Imagine the hay Republicans would make of this had the publisher been a Democrat. However, hateful material can and should be rejected by the publisher. It’s a case of judgement , not free speech,as Mr Paul asserts.
Danny, what’s the libertarian stand on H.R. 1505, the start of the most destructive effort in history, Doc Hatfield and the Republican “leadership” on the Natural Resources Committee?
From Michael Lind, Salon.com: Did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 put America on the path to a police state? The answer is yes, according to Ron Paul, the Texas Republican Congressman and candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, Paul explained that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 “destroyed the principle of private property and private choices” and “undermine[d] the concept of liberty.” The candidate drew a direct line from the Civil Rights Act to illiberal legislation passed in the panic that followed the 9/11 attacks: “Look at what’s happened with the PATRIOT Act. They can come into our houses, our bedrooms our businesses … And it was started back then.”
I love that this loony toon is surging in the polls.
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