Friday, December 28, 2007

RE: New York Times Retracts Ron Paul Racist Smear

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From: Pamela's Protest
Date: Dec 28, 2007 12:59 AM

New York Times Retracts Ron Paul Racist Smear

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From: Leo/FightNWO-We Are Change Of Bakersfield
Date: Dec 27, 2007 9:56 PM

Editors’ Note: The Ron Paul Vid-Lash

December 26, 2007, 8:24 pm

ByThe New York Times

A post in The Medium that appeared on Monday about the Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and his purported adoption by white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups contained several errors. Stormfront, which describes itself as a “white nationalist” Internet community, did not give money to Ron Paul’s presidential campaign; according to Jesse Benton, a spokesman for Paul’s campaign, it was Don Black, the founder of Stormfront, who donated $500 to Paul. The original post also repeated a string of assertions by Bill White, the commander of the American National Socialist Workers Party, including the allegation that Paul meets regularly “with members of the Stormfront set, American Renaissance, the Institute for Historic Review and others” at a restaurant in Arlington, Va. Paul never attended these dinners, according to Benton, who also says that Paul has never knowingly met Bill White. Norman Singleton, a congressional aide in Paul’s office, says that he met Bill White at a dinner gathering of conservatives several years ago, after which Singleton expressed his indignation at the views espoused by White to the organizer of the dinner. The original post should not have been published with these unverified assertions and without any response from Paul.


277 comments so far...
December 26th,
8:51 pm
It’s about time the NY Times started admitting their lying, biased, innacurate coverage. The Ron Paul campaign is putting yet another nail in the coffin of the MSM, exposing and publicizing its lies.
For a great satire on the MSM, as well as the presidency and the war on terror, see the YouTube music video from the international award-winning zombie musicalfeature film, “Song of the Dead.” In it, horror movie veteran, Reggie Bannister, plays to president of the U.S. The filmmaker, Chip Gubera is giving a share of his profits from the sale of the film to the Ron Paul campaign. Go to:
— Posted by mketcher
December 26th,
9:15 pm
What a shame the NYT has become. I’m a New Yorker and I am disgusted with your publication.
Get real news on Ron Paul and the movement that is sweeping America here:
— Posted by Karl
December 26th,
9:16 pm
Good natured supporters have paid money to take advertisements out in the New York Times and this is how you treat Dr. Paul! It is shocking and I really hope you stop insulting Dr. Paul and his supporters who not only buy your newspaper but support it commercially and offer him the coverage he deserve’s as a top tier Republican candidate for President
— Posted by shocked

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