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Ron Paul Was Implicated In Failed White Supremacist Island Invasion
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Posted on 01/20/2012 12:26:20 PM PST by mnehring

In 1981, a lawyer tried to subpoena Ron Paul to testify in the trial of Don Black, a Grand Wizard for the Ku Klux Klan who would later go on to found the white supremacist, neo-Nazi website, Stormfront. Black was charged along with two other Klansmen with planning to violently overthrow the small Caribbean country of Dominica in what they called “Operation Red Dog.” While a judge refused to subpoena Paul, Don Black would come back to haunt him many years later.

In 1981 a group of American and Canadian white supremacists lead by Klansman and mercenary, Michael (Mike) Perdue planned on taking over a small West Indian country called Dominica by overthrowing the government and Prime Minister Eugenia Charles and restoring its previous prime minister, Patrick Johns into power. The group planned to create an Aryan paradise in Dominica and make money through casinos, cocaine and brothels.

On the day the group of white supremacists were supposed to travel to Dominica, they were arrested by ATF agents and were found with over thirty automatic weapons, shotguns, rifles, handguns, dynamite, ammunition, a confederate flag and a Nazi flag. The plan would be dubbed “The Bayou Of Pigs” after the failed invasion of Cuba.

The leader of the group, Michael Perdue, would plead guilty to planning the coup and turned state’s evidence. Perdue would testify that several other people helped organize and fund the coup and that two Texas politicians were aware of the plan. Among those Perdue implicated were infamous white supremacist, David Duke, former Texas Governor, John Connally and Congressman, Ron Paul whom he claimed knew about the plot. Connally was credited with helping Paul win his first congressional election.

A judge refused to subpoena Paul and Connally despite the fact that Perdue had claimed that both of them were aware of the plot. Don Black’s friend and fellow KKK Grand Wizard, David Duke was called to testify before a grand jury but claimed that he would take the Fifth Amendment and never testified. While Duke was never charged with a crime, several books points to Duke as the organizer who connected Perdue to the other mercenary Klansmen and the people who funded their endeavor. (1 2 3) Everyone else implicated by Perdue was charged with the plot.

Perdue implicated three men as funders of the plot, L.E. Matthews of Jackson, Mississippi, James C. White of Houston, and David Duke’s close friend and backer, J.W. Kirkpatrick. Kirpatrick would kill himself before he could stand trial and White and Matthews would be acquitted in court. Former Prime Minister of Dominica, Patrick Johns would be sentenced to 12 years in prison for his part of the plot. Michael Perdue, Don Black and seven other Klansmen would be sentenced to only 3 years in prison.

Ron Paul has never made a statement denying knowledge of the plot despite the fact that he was implicated by Perdue and almost subpoenaed. Two of the people involved in the plot, Don Black and David Duke have gone on to become two of the most prominent white supremacists of the modern era, and also two of Paul’s most controversial supporters.

Top 10 Racist Ron Paul Friends, Supporters

Paul would be once again tied to Don Black 26 years after the Bayou Of Pigs. After it was revealed that Black donated $500 dollars to the Ron Paul Presidential campaign, Ron Paul’s campaign refused to give it back. Paul was photographed with Black and his son by David Duke’s former assistant, Jamie Kelso who was an organizer for Ron Paul and the owner of white supremacist sites, WhiteNewsNow.com and TheWhiteRace.com and a moderator for Black’s neo-Nazi website, Stormfront.

Black would become one of Paul’s most enthusiastic supporters and helped rally the white supremacist community around Paul, through Stormfront. Paul would praise another Operation Red Dog planner, David Duke in his newsletters and Duke would return the favor calling him “our king” and endorsing him for President.

This would not be the first time Paul was tied to white supremacists. In 80s, Paul claimed that the best source of his campaign donations came from a list from notorious neo-Nazi, Willis Carto’s publication, The Spotlight. In the 90s, Paul’s newsletters were originally discovered from an online neo-Nazi directory. As recently as 2006, Paul was scheduled to appear on David Duke’s white supremacist protégé, James Edwards’ radio show, “The Political Cesspool.”

Ron Paul’s White Supremacist Radio Connections

Given the scrutiny given to presidential candidates, shouldn’t Paul’s connection to an attempted violent invasion of a small island by white supremacists be re-investigated. If the media investigates every accusation of affairs or sexual harassment for Herman Cain or Newt Gingrich, shouldn’t they investigate accusations that Paul knew about a white supremacist plot to violently overthrow the government of a small Black island, especially with Paul’s other connections to white supremacists?


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KEYWORDS: donblack; islepavot; rino; ronpaul; stormfront
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Broke the links in the article due to some going to David Duke's site and such, but here is the 1981 NYT article on the subpoenas and Paul's connection to Don Black.

http://www.nytimes.com/1981/06/14/us/judge-denies-connally-subpoena-in-trial-of-3-alleged-mercenaries.html

1 posted on 01/20/2012 12:26:31 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

This makes Newt’s marrige stuff look like a game of kindergarden tiddlywinks.


2 posted on 01/20/2012 12:34:07 PM PST by GraceG
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To: mnehring

Ever thought about directing some of that hate towards the current occupant of the oval office?


3 posted on 01/20/2012 12:36:15 PM PST by randomhero97 ("First you want to kill me, now you want to kiss me. Blow!" - Ash)
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To: mnehring; JustaDumbBlonde
A timely article, considering that Don Black endorsed Ron Paul last month on December 28th:

"we agree with his [Ron Paul's] stand on the issues, which we believe are heartfelt, coincide with ours."

Has Ron Paul refuted and rejected such an endorsement?

C'mon you PaulKooks(c), let's hear from you, trot out your usual excuses.
4 posted on 01/20/2012 12:36:53 PM PST by mkjessup (I support the *NEWTerizer* - the only candidate left who can and WILL Kick 0bama's AZZ!!)
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To: randomhero97

It is primary season, this is time we make sure we don’t have some crackpot on our ticket who will ensure the current occupant doesn’t get 4 more years.


5 posted on 01/20/2012 12:37:56 PM PST by mnehring
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To: randomhero97; All
Ever thought about directing some of that hate towards the current occupant of the oval office?

Say there Sparky, it ain't hate when it's true.
6 posted on 01/20/2012 12:38:18 PM PST by mkjessup (I support the *NEWTerizer* - the only candidate left who can and WILL Kick 0bama's AZZ!!)
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To: mnehring

I remember reading of this when it happened. I believe it was reported as a way to set up a gambling mecca and tax haven.
Course there was no mention of Mr. Paul being involved.


7 posted on 01/20/2012 12:40:09 PM PST by Joe Boucher ((FUBO))
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To: mnehring

Kinda sounds like the movie The Expendables with racism added...


8 posted on 01/20/2012 12:41:25 PM PST by isthisnickcool (Sharia? No thanks!)
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To: mnehring

Right..and the judge is supposed to subpoena John Connally on the basis of this idiots word only?


9 posted on 01/20/2012 12:41:56 PM PST by bkepley
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To: mnehring

The more this information is made public, the better for our more serious candidates. Thank you.


10 posted on 01/20/2012 12:43:16 PM PST by Track9 (There IS revolution brewing..)
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To: mnehring

Something like your Nazis coming home to roost?


11 posted on 01/20/2012 12:45:00 PM PST by keving (We get the government we vote for)
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To: mnehring
Ok. I'm with you here, but what are the choices?

1) Crackpot 2) Statist SoCon 3) Progressive A 4) Progressive B

I'm not feeling very warm fuzzys about either or those.
12 posted on 01/20/2012 12:45:09 PM PST by randomhero97 ("First you want to kill me, now you want to kiss me. Blow!" - Ash)
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To: Track9

In 1981 a group of American and Canadian white supremacists lead by Klansman and mercenary, Michael (Mike) Perdue planned on taking over a small West Indian country called Dominica by overthrowing the government and Prime Minister Eugenia Charles and restoring its previous prime minister, Patrick Johns into power. The group planned to create an Aryan paradise in Dominica and make money through casinos, cocaine and brothels.
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LOL Sounds like your prototypical libertarian paradise where any kind of debauchery is permitted. That’s how you know Paul that nazi pig was in on it!


13 posted on 01/20/2012 12:47:26 PM PST by bigdirty
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To: randomhero97

Look at the job being applied for, Commander in Chief of the US Armed Forces. Looking at that list, we can pretty much immediately eliminate the crackpot. The good-hair progressive is out, we need more than magic underwear defense. That leaves two moderately Conservative candidates, both with baggage and issue problems. One has a greater track record of legislative success and elective success than the other. But either of those two would be far more trustworthy with our troops than the crackpot and aqua net.


14 posted on 01/20/2012 12:48:30 PM PST by mnehring
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To: GraceG

Ron Paul is not a racist or White supremacist. He is a Libertarian and part of the Libertarian idea is small government and limited government power.

The White Supremacists (half of which are FBI moles & informants) are against federal government power as they resent the 60s civil rights laws and are always getting arrested or hassled by the feds. They sometimes are for Libertarian candidates due to the limited government power platform. Just because some guy sends a contribution to Paul does not mean Paul adopts the ideas of a sender. I’m not a Paul supporter, but I don’t agree with accusing someone of racism on bad evidence.


15 posted on 01/20/2012 12:50:53 PM PST by RicocheT (Eat the rich only if you're certain it's your last meal)
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To: mnehring

The 80s TV show Wise Guy did a send up of this story. They also did a send up of the Colombians who used Arkansas landing strips to smuggle in coke, though they placed the strips in Tennessee. Few people had heard of these capers and believed they were the creation of CBS’s writers.


16 posted on 01/20/2012 12:51:08 PM PST by xkaydet65 (IACTA ALEA EST!!!')
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To: mnehring
Damn you mnehring for making me agree with you. lol

The said candidate with "greater track of legislative success" I want to see destroy zero in a debate.
17 posted on 01/20/2012 12:53:32 PM PST by randomhero97 ("First you want to kill me, now you want to kiss me. Blow!" - Ash)
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To: RicocheT
He is a Libertarian and part of the Libertarian idea is small government and limited government power....

..and by God, he is going to get it even if he has to get some sheet wearing thugs to kill a bunch of third world people to do it.

Let's be real though, Paul isn't exactly a Libertarian purist on the idea of small, limited government. His views on the incorporation theory of the bill of rights fly in the face of Libertarian ideals. Paul believes that the Bill of Rights do not limit States from interfering with your liberty, only the federal government. Paul's ideas would result in not a limited government, but 50 unique state tyrannies, none of which, need to pay attention to the bill of rights when it comes to limiting your liberty.

He isn't a Libertarian nor Conservative hero. He is his own animal.

18 posted on 01/20/2012 12:55:11 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

The 18 year-old slackers, dopers and porn addicts who support Ron Paul don’t give a crap about any of this. They believe he will legalize their obsessions and NOTHING else matters.


19 posted on 01/20/2012 12:56:12 PM PST by Deb (Beat him, strip him and bring him to my tent!)
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To: Deb
They believe he will legalize their obsessions and NOTHING else matters.

Wait until they get a big shock when they find out in Paul's world, they would just end up with 50 State tyranny, not all that liberty they expect. Each State would set their own regulations, Bill of Rights be damned. They think some of the anti-smoking nazis are bad now, wait until things like the 4th Amendment won't apply to the states.

20 posted on 01/20/2012 12:58:10 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

Ah, yes, if only they were capable of clear thinking and logic.


21 posted on 01/20/2012 1:01:12 PM PST by Deb (Beat him, strip him and bring him to my tent!)
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To: mnehring

“Incorporation” is a jurisprudential invention from the Progressive Era and the New Deal. Paul Freund wrote the definitive book on the 14th and its history. Anyone truly interested in the 14th would do well to read it, as well as Phillip Hamburger’s more recent book, Separation of Church and State.

Ironically, the “50 state tyrannies” argument is one that has long been a favorite of the faculties at Harvard and other “elite” law schools for taking federalism out of our “living” Constitution.


22 posted on 01/20/2012 1:11:17 PM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: mnehring

“Incorporation” is a jurisprudential invention from the Progressive Era and the New Deal. Paul Freund wrote the definitive book on the 14th and its history. Anyone truly interested in the 14th would do well to read it, as well as Phillip Hamburger’s more recent book, Separation of Church and State.

Ironically, the “50 state tyrannies” argument is one that has long been a favorite of the faculties at Harvard and other “elite” law schools for taking federalism out of our “living” Constitution.


23 posted on 01/20/2012 1:13:06 PM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: RicocheT

You are wasting your time here. A form of political dementia has overtaken FR, and rational discussion of candidates is not allowed.

The story is absurd - John Connally and Ron Paul allegedly “knew”, which on its face ought have been a warrning sign that the story was bogus. At the time of the story, Texas was still firmly under the control of Yellow Dog Dems. If something like this had been true, the Ds - especially the unions in RP’s district - would have made sure he was run out of office or investigated and indicted.


24 posted on 01/20/2012 1:19:05 PM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: achilles2000

So then you believe, as Paul does, that State governments can, for example, eliminate your 2nd Amendment Rights or 4th Amendment Rights? (which he specifically wrote about and sided with the States in the cases of Heller and Chicago vs. McDonald)?


25 posted on 01/20/2012 1:26:46 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

Hum?
However, I do know that Don Black and David Duke have endorsed Ron alterPaul this time a around.......which really makes this article, well really interesting and possibly revealing.
M do you additional source for this? (Haven’t done my own search yet.)


26 posted on 01/20/2012 1:27:40 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: RicocheT
Any man who knowingly receives money from an avowed Nazi and refuses to return it, who fails to loudly and openly denounce both the man and his organization for their beliefs,and who fails to loudly and proudly disavow the support coming from that quarter is subject to the charge of being a Nazi sympathizer and supporter.

I don't know if what Perdue averred in court is true or false, but the fact that Paul accepted and failed to return their contributions convicts him of a failure of conscience, good judgment, and character.
27 posted on 01/20/2012 1:28:00 PM PST by Sudetenland (Anybody but Obama!!!!)
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To: randomhero97

!. primary season
2. not hate when if it’s true
3. wake up alterPaul is a lose cannon


28 posted on 01/20/2012 1:29:42 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: mnehring

Geez. This is a wild story. I never heard this before. I can totally see Paul circulating with people like this.


29 posted on 01/20/2012 1:30:44 PM PST by Lazlo in PA (Now living in a newly minted Red State.)
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To: achilles2000

I used to live in that district and I have worked at a chemical plant there for Brown and Root, worked on my father’s shrimp boat and other things, I wasn’t aware of much union presence.


30 posted on 01/20/2012 1:32:56 PM PST by ansel12 (Romney is unquestionably the weakest party front-runner in contemporary political history.)
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To: Sudetenland
I don't know if what Perdue averred in court is true or false, but the fact that Paul accepted and failed to return their contributions convicts him of a failure of conscience, good judgment, and character.

I do not think anyone has ever accused Cut and Run of ever having conscience, good judgment, or character.
31 posted on 01/20/2012 1:33:35 PM PST by John D
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To: mnehring

Let me really stir the pot:

Two of these people were “well rumored” to be the financial backers of James Earl Ray, the man who shot MLK.

There is really no doubt that Ray fired the fatal shot, but he obviously never had the money to finance his travel, pre and post shooting.

Somebody paid the bills, and two the people mentioned here were suggested by “usually reliable sources” to be involved in some way, but with nearly not enough evidence to ever indict.


32 posted on 01/20/2012 1:34:20 PM PST by MindBender26 (New Army SF and Ranger Slogan: Vengence is Mine, sayeth the Lord.... but He subcontracts!)
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To: RicocheT
Ron Paul is not a racist or White supremacist. He is a Libertarian and part of the Libertarian idea is small government and limited government power.

And that's why these attacks keep fizzling. Moreover, Ron Paul's intellectual mentors were mostly Jewish. Murray N. Rothbard was, and so was Ludwig von Mises himself. von Mises sat on the John Birch Society's Editorial Advisory Committee, but that certainly didn't make him anathema to conservatives. In fact, I got a copy of the third edition of Human Action courtesy of the Conservative Book Club back when I was in university.

Another reason why they fizzle is because Ron Paul's already been cast as a peace activist, with lotsa evidence to back that characterization up. "Neo-Nazi peace creep" ain't makin' it.

33 posted on 01/20/2012 1:35:09 PM PST by danielmryan
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To: mnehring

ping for later


34 posted on 01/20/2012 1:39:39 PM PST by Dusty Road
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To: RicocheT

Huh? White supremacist endorse him, I guess they do that be alterPaul express their views.
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/ex-aide-to-ron-paul-makes-stunning-claims-about-old-boss-anti-israel-911-truther-doesnt-believe-u-s-had-any-business-fighting-hitler/
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/US-Israel/Paul2012.html
- anti-Semitism
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57349712-503544/huntsman-calls-ron-paul-unelectable-because-of-racist-newsletters/
http://www.mediaite.com/online/ron-paul-supporters-release-racist-ad-depicting-jon-huntsman-as-maoist-soldier/
http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/01/how-ron-pauls-libertarianism-supports-racism.html
- racism


35 posted on 01/20/2012 1:40:08 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: danielmryan

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/ex-aide-to-ron-paul-makes-stunning-claims-about-old-boss-anti-israel-911-truther-doesnt-believe-u-s-had-any-business-fighting-hitler/
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/US-Israel/Paul2012.html
- anti-Semitism
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-57349712-503544/huntsman-calls-ron-paul-unelectable-because-of-racist-newsletters/
http://www.mediaite.com/online/ron-paul-supporters-release-racist-ad-depicting-jon-huntsman-as-maoist-soldier/
http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/01/how-ron-pauls-libertarianism-supports-racism.html
- racism


36 posted on 01/20/2012 1:41:38 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: randomhero97
Something for the Paulbots to think about.

Maybe they are all racist white supremacist too and this doesn't bother them in the least?

37 posted on 01/20/2012 1:42:00 PM PST by TexasCajun
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To: RicocheT; danielmryan

Apparently you are unaware that on Dec 29, 2011 Ron alterPaul said he knew of those racist, anti-Semitic letters with his name and he may have actually contributed to some of them.
He is a racist and he is anti-Semitic.


38 posted on 01/20/2012 1:43:33 PM PST by svcw (For the new year: you better toughen up, if you are going to continue to be stupid.)
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To: achilles2000

I heard Ron Paul is a witch.


39 posted on 01/20/2012 1:46:55 PM PST by cowtowney
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To: bigdirty

brothels.


If you’re going down this road..I don’t think it fits Paul as much as another candidate..


40 posted on 01/20/2012 2:05:54 PM PST by stillafreemind
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To: danielmryan

Wow..what are you thinking? You are trying to be reasonable and an adult. That will never play.


41 posted on 01/20/2012 2:15:09 PM PST by stillafreemind
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To: mnehring

from the NY Times link you posted:
- The Federal authorities said today that John Connally, former Governor of Texas, and Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, had no connection with a plot to overthrow the government of a Caribbean island-—

So much for “Ron Paul Was Implicated In Failed White Supremacist Island Invasion”. Not true. He was not implicated.Article written by Casey Gane-McCalla, Lead Blogger
“Gane-McCalla is a writer, editor, rapper, producer and actor. He is a Columbia University Graduate and previously worked in the non-profit sector.”
Your source is a community organizer from Obama’s alma mater. And a blog “FOR BLACK AMERICA”. I generally don’t accept allegations of racism from racist websites.


42 posted on 01/20/2012 2:31:16 PM PST by running_dog_lackey
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To: mnehring; achilles2000

Believing in the states’ sovereignty to pass its own laws is free from a centralized government is not against libertarian ideals. And most libertarians would fight for similar restrictions on state governments in which they live. What you are suggesting is that libertarian ideals would be against states existing in the 1st place, which is not something I have heard anyone believe.

And if you read the Bill of Rights, each amendment specifies the scope. The 1st clearly states what entity it is aimed at in the first word. If you followed it literally, then the states should not have to pay attention to that one, because it is not for them.


43 posted on 01/20/2012 2:33:34 PM PST by Raider Sam (They're on our left, right, front, and back. They aint gettin away this time!)
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To: mnehring

44 posted on 01/20/2012 2:34:57 PM PST by NoLibZone (Buffet proves calls for more taxes is to buy votes,not reduce deficits.He pays less than Bush rates.)
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To: danielmryan

I really dont think most people want limited government anymore.


45 posted on 01/20/2012 2:37:45 PM PST by Raider Sam (They're on our left, right, front, and back. They aint gettin away this time!)
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To: cowtowney

Wrong. A warlock...and possibly a goblin.


46 posted on 01/20/2012 2:38:06 PM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: cowtowney

What did he do to Leroy Gingrich?


47 posted on 01/20/2012 2:39:19 PM PST by Raider Sam (They're on our left, right, front, and back. They aint gettin away this time!)
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To: mnehring
Broke the links in the article due to some going to David Duke's site and such

But you left the link for the Obama-worshiping "News One for Black America"?

48 posted on 01/20/2012 2:43:54 PM PST by jmc813
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To: mnehring

The issue is what does the actual Constitution - not the “living” one - do. Go read the Bill of Rights, the 14th, and, especially, Freund’s book and get back to me. The short answer, however, is that the “incorporation” doctrine was simply invented by judges.


49 posted on 01/20/2012 2:47:21 PM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: stillafreemind
Wow..what are you thinking? You are trying to be reasonable and an adult. That will never play.

You can blame my parents for my reasonableness :)

50 posted on 01/20/2012 2:50:11 PM PST by danielmryan
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