The Lone Star Times has an exclusive post about Neo-Nazi White Nationalist Leader Don Black having contributed at least $500.00 to the Ron Paul for President campaign.
And Flap wondered when and if the Ron Paul campaign for President would disavow HIS association with a Neo-Nazi and his White Nationalist web site.
It was brought to my attention through a blog post that the â€œRon Paul 2008 – Raising to Winâ€ online widget appears on the Stormfront web site.
â€œa white pride Internet forum with the motto â€œWhite Pride World Wideâ€. Many organizations describe it as a neo-Nazi organization, and accuse it of promoting racism, hate speech, and violence.
2) What is the campaignâ€™s policy towards hate sites (such as Stormfront) advertising for Ron Paulâ€™s campaign?
3) Will the campaign repudiate Stormfront and ask them to remove the ad?The blog post I referred to above can be found at: http://flapsblog.com/?p=5758Thank you for your time,
And who follows up with this comment:
Comment by Gregor Morrill
Who sent the second email? We all know you didnâ€™t.
FYI: Justine Lam (eCampaign Director) did reply to my email. Sheâ€™s also having Jesse Benton (Communications Director) or Don Rasmussen (position unknown) follow up with me.
Iâ€™ll blog it when I hear from them.
Or is Paul turning a deaf ear to wink at the Neo-Nazi association while cashing the check?
What say you Ron Paul? And, please don’t say you don’t or didn’t know about the Don Black check and Stormfront association with your campaign.
Dr. Paul, it is up to you.
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