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Ron Paul's Official 'DailyPaul' Website Still Links to (Dead) Cop Killer Jerry R. Kane's Mortgage/Scam Site??

A link to Jerry Kane's website for his 'debt elimination' business, which was a scam, is on Ron Paul's website now, Ron Paul was recommending Jerry Kane as a great guy to explain how the debt/mortgage business works, the Daily Paul page reads:

Great easy read on how banking works/ go after your bank!
01/11/2010 - 16:26
Daily Paul Liberty Forum

I think if everyone filed law suits against our banks for fraud, we could have a major impact, without the legislature! I found this to be an easy to follow read and saw new areas to sue banks I had not considered before.

The Kane site has gems of information, like his Pdf 'Where does Fraud Begin", which says:

You actually just paid for your own home with your promissory "Mortgage Note" that you gave the bank and the bank gave you what in return? NOTHING!!!

Of course, the bank does give the home seller whatever equity they have in the home, like most right wingers, Kane's view on mortgages, police stops for papers in New Mexico, or whether he has to get a license plate (shades of Tim McViegh and the Oklahoma bombing), are that he doesn't have to follow the law, but the banks and everyone else do have to obey the law, as interpreted by Jerry Kane.

Meanwhile the anti-government nutjobs of the right are already claiming Jerry R. Kane was:

http://tpmcafe.talkingpointsmemo.com/talk/blogs/n/o/noblecom...




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-"Ron Paul's Official Website"-M Kay-LOL

"Ron Paul was recommending Jerry..." M Kay-LOL

"You are a den of vipers and thieves."

I mean to rout you out!

-Just because you are among us, does not make you with us

-The door is wide open, anything can slither in

who knows what to think?

Does anyone know any more about this--?

It sounds to be like the PTB are getting revenge--

for what?

But I could be wrong. Maybe I am too suspicious.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--