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I NEED HELP PLEASE**************

A long time friend of mine is telling me SO much shit about Ron Paul, that he's scum, a neonatzi, neoconfederate, blah blah blah.

If anyone knows about WHY Ron would be at a NeoNazi organization signing autographs, please let me know. It doesn't look good to people who don't understand that Ron Paul stands for the freedom of all people to speak their minds. Anyway, here is what he just sent me and I'm wondering if any of you can help me if you know about this.

Here it is:

Ron Paul caught on camera at a Fort Lauderdale Neonazi convention.

He is seen signing autographs for a group of Stormfront Neonazis at the
convention. The photos were taken by a Stormfront admirer of Paul and
are posted at the Stormfront popular neonazi website.

Photos taken Dec 20, 2007

Stormfront is a neoNazi organization with a huge membership and popular
website. Paul has been friends with the leader of this group for a long
time. He is seen in this photograph hobnobbing with the president, his
son, and sundry neoNazis.

Signing an autograph for the son of the leader, who apparently idolizes
Paul, should be sufficient evidence regarding who Paul is and where he
is coming from. Fort Lauderdale is a long ways from Texas. Paul did not
just happen to be walking by the convention hall when the photos were
shot. Not to mention years of newsletters signed by Paul and spewing
out racial hatred. Paul's claims that somebody signed his name to his
newsletters, and he did not know what was in them over a period of
years is a wee bit weak. These photos, on the other hand, are
definitive.

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An LGF reader emailed this photograph, showing Ron Paul at the Values
Voters Presidential Debate in Fort Lauderdale on September 17, 2007.
Immediately to Paul’s left: Don Black, the owner of neo-Nazi hate site
Stormfront. If anyone knows who the creepy guy in the hat is, please
post a comment.

Update: it’s Derek Black, Don’s son.

UPDATE at 12/20/07 5:17:22 pm:

Here’s another picture from the same event, showing Ron Paul signing an
autograph for Derek Black:

UPDATE at 12/20/07 9:48:41 pm:

And if you’re wondering where these photos came from, here’s the
source: Stormfront. (Google redirect page.) They were apparently taken
by Stormfront member Jamie Kelso, with a Canon PowerShot SD1000 camera.=




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This is all just a rehash of

This is all just a rehash of tired old nonsense. Anyone who is a public figure will eventually have a picture taken with some undesirable. What RP is guilty of is being too nice, he's too much of a gentleman to wonder who anyone is that asked him for his autograph and a pic. What WOULD be news if the pic was one of RP asking for the nazi creeps autograph, but I don't think anyone who have ever met RP in person would ever think that would happen.

I have had the joy of

I have had the joy of shaking Dr Paul's hand and/or getting his autograph three times in my life...not once did Dr Paul ever ask who I was or who I represented. And yes, he exudes kindness and good-heartedness like few other politicians I've ever met.

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