>>I gotta tell ya — I really love our supporters.<<
While I love all your followers in the Christian sense and I love the principles of many of your followers - the Ron Paul campaign is also getting a very percentage of the 9/11 conspiracy nuts and the CFR/Jewish conspiracy folks.
“the Ron Paul campaign is also getting a very percentage of the 9/11 conspiracy nuts and the CFR/Jewish conspiracy folks.”
I know this is a type... a very WHAT percentage? The percentage is small. Like any strong grassroots movement, the fringe is often attracted to the cause. The same is true here in NH with the Ron Paul campaign.
I am very involved here in the campaign and can count on one hand the number of activists and supporters who are 9/11 truthers or ZOG-crazed wackos.
It is a very SMALL percentage.
And I would be very surprised if Ron Paul did not win New Hampshire.
My Ron Paul question:
Except for his stance on the Iraq War, I agree with most of his points (especially immigration and no-globalism)...
However, he has ran as a Libertarian for President. Libertarians are traditionally very open borders and very pro-free trade. Does Paul truly support what he believes now....or, is he still a libertarian?
Just wondering....this is an honest question and not intended to bash
I can't very well help what the "Troofers" want to do with their time -- other than I think that they should all get jobs and do something productive with their lives.
As far as the CFR goes, who said anything about a "Jewish" conspiracy?
The Presidential election is therefore a contest between CFR Team A and CFR Team B.
In 2004, the race narrowed down not just to members of the CFR. It narrowed down to a pair of Skull & Bones members. Bones lets 15 people a year into its ranks. What are the odds against two members gaining the joint nomination of the highest office in the land? Did the media dwell on this? Of course not. -- Dr. Gary North, "Ron Paul and the Greased Pig", http://www.lewrockwell.com/north/north552.html
Why does any question of "Jewry" have to come up in a discussion of the CFR's undue influence on American Presidential politics?
I am a Dictionary-Definition Zionist myself:
I, for one, think it would be rather novel, AT LEAST ONCE, to have a Presidential Candidate who was NOT a member of "CFR Team A versus CFR Team B". But as a Zionist supporter of the honorable Congressman Ron Paul, I don't know why you felt it necessary to "poison the well" by suggesting that sentiment has anything to do with Judaism or Jewry.
Ron Paul’s denial of 9/11 conspiracy theories and trutherism:
So what. Goldwater was not a racist, but attracted many racists to his ticket.
And Goldwater, just like RP was right!