It doesn't to me. I've read some of Ron Paul's more recent writings, and the style of this piece looks different. For example, that one-word sentence "Baloney." looks like someone else's writing. Ron Paul doesn't write that way; he doesn't use one-word sentences for emphasis.
You know who should take a look at those letters? Jack Cashill. He's the expert in the matter, given how he exposed Billy Ayres. Some Paul-bashers will be disappointed, but there's a real scoop waiting for him if he does.
I have read some speculation that the real author was Murray N. Rothbard, but again I'm not the expert in the matter.
The trouble is, if you put out a newsletter you are responsible for what is in it. There is no big amount of material to lose track of here.
You should look up the video on YouTube where he was on the Morton Downy TV program back in the late 80s (or early 90s). He certainly did speak like that, at least then. He practically cursed out Curtis Sliwa's wife and was screaming a lot of one-word epitaphs.
Per the previous note, here is a video of Paul around the time of the writing this article (just a few years before). He didn’t have the composed, old guy voice he has now.
Lots of one word for emphasis sentences in that, lots of ‘baloney’ type outbursts.
I’ve read some of Ron Paul’s more recent writings, and the style of this piece looks different.
How do you know that Paul is the author of those recent writings? It will be years before he’ll either claim them or deny them