Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Ron Paul Shows His Stripes

Shockingly, it turns out the love in Ron Paul's Revolution is only for those who are white, Christian, and racist! I am sure the various 9/11 Truthers, white supremacists and Holocaust deniers who flocked to his campaign will be disappointed.

If you have no clue what I'm talking about, it's that Ron Paul endorsed one Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party for President. These are a few of Mr. Baldwin's beliefs:
If America wishes to remain a free and independent republic, if this nation truly desires future peace and prosperity, and if we genuinely aspire to remain a blessed and protected land, we must quickly throw off this foolish infatuation with multiculturalism, which is nothing more than an attempt to de-Christianize our country, and humbly return to the God of our fathers!


Call it what you want - “New World Order,” “International Order,” “International Community,” “World Law.” It all means the end of U.S. sovereignty and independence. Americans need to be aware that power hungry politicians from both parties along with money hungry executives from multinational corporations pose a much greater threat to our liberties than any foreign terrorist does.


For nearly a half-century, we have forsaken the moral principles of Heaven. We have legally murdered too many unborn babies. We have too readily accepted aberrant, sexual behavior. We kicked Heaven out of our schools, out of our homes, and out of our hearts. As a result, God is giving us a little taste of Hell.
This glorious news was resoundingly seconded by Alex Jones (last seen here protecting the world from Michelle Malkin) and the Council of Conservative Citizens.

Apparently, true-blooded American patriots are so thin on the ground that the Ron Paul Revolution has no choice but to turn to white supremacists like the aforementioned Council. Check out their Wikipedia entry for more.

Or, if you don't want to take Wikipedia's word for it, just read the Council's own Statement of Principles:
(1) We believe the United States is a Christian country.


(2) We believe the United States is a European country and that Americans are part of the European people.


(8) Cultural, national, and racial integrity. We support the cultural and national heritage of the United States and the race (ed. emphasis) and civilization of which it is a part, as well as the expression and celebration of the legitimate subcultures and ethnic and regional identities of our people.
Ron Paul shows his true stripes. I look forward to those well-meaning anti-racist libertarians duped by him thus far leaving and denouncing his cause post-haste.

Hat Tip: Little Green Footballs

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