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NAACP President of Austin: Ron Paul Is NOT A Racist!!! (MP3)

On Sunday Jan 13, 2008 Alex Jones' KLBJ FM Austin, TX show, he interviewed Mr. Nelson Linder. Here's an excerpt, a summary of the interview:

"Austin NAACP President Nelson Linder, who has known Ron Paul for 20 years, unequivocally dismissed charges that the Congressman was a racist in light of recent smear attempts, and said the reason for him being attacked was that he was a threat to the establishment."

http://prisonplanet.com/articles/january2008/011308_not_raci...

Actual MP3 interview:

http://prisonplanet.com/audio/130108linder.mp3

I only hope the rest of the neoCON media picks this up. Digg it, Spread the word.

If this doesn't kill of the neoCON SmearBund, I don't know what will. I only hope Mr. Linder makes a press conference, independent of the campaign, and one with the Doctor, perhaps on the campaign trail, as long as it doesn't come off as overt pandering, since he has personally known the Good Doctor for over 20years.

And once and for all put these rumors to rest. I understand sometimes talking about it can be a double-edged sword; it nullifies, but inadvertently advertise the rumor, more, if not done properly. But this one needs to be put to rest. Permanently.

Digg it!!

http://digg.com/politics/NAACP_President_Ron_Paul_Is_Not_A_R...

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Open Letter To Lew Rockwell - January 12, 2008

Open Letter To Lew Rockwell - January 12, 2008

Dear Lew,

You have now had three opportunities –1996, 2001, and 2008 — to prove that you are a friend of Ron Paul and freedom, and you have failed to do so each time.

This week, for the third time, the puerile, racist, and completely un-Pauline comments that all informed people say you have caused to appear in Ron’s newsletters over the course of several years have become an issue in his campaign. This time the stakes are even higher than before. He is seeking nationwide office, the Republican nomination for President, and his campaign is attracting millions of supporters, not tens of thousands.

Three times you have failed to come forward and admit responsibility for and complicity in the scandals. You have allowed Ron to twist slowly in the wind. Because of your silence, Ron has been forced to issue repeated statements of denial, to answer repeated questions in multiple interviews, and to be embarrassed on national television. Your callous disregard for both Ron and his millions of supporters is unconscionable.

If you were Dr. Paul’s friend, or a friend of freedom, as you pretend to be, by now you would have stepped forward, assumed responsibility for those asinine and harmful comments, resigned from any connection to Ron or his campaign, and relieved Ron of the burden of having to repeatedly deny the charges of racism. But you have not done so, and so the scandal continues to detract from Ron’s message.

You know as well as I do that Ron does not have a racist bone in his body, yet those racist remarks went out under his name, not yours. Pretty clever. But now it’s time to man up, Lew. Admit your role, and exonerate Ron. You should have done it years ago.

John Robbins, Ph.D.
Chief of Staff
Dr. Ron Paul, 1981-1985