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Ron Paul's Newsletters, Tweeted

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A new Twitter account is tweeting bits of Ron Paul's newsletters, one quote at a time.

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  1. Reread these comments carefully. I winced only at numbers two and six, and even then noticed that writer is referring only to sexual compulsives not to gays in general. Sorry, boyz, but I used condoms (to the extent that I indulged rectal at all) from 1984 onward and I never saw AIDS as being integral to gay identity.

    Posted by: HIVminus | Dec 27, 2011 8:45:46 PM


  2. These remarks -- likely written by Lew Rockwell -- are short on compassion but essentially correct. This is truer still of the comments on blacks. As one of many gay race realists in the US, I'm disheartened that no candidate will acknowledge what is screamingly obvious to me and to anyone who's experienced the joys of "diversity" firsthand.

    Posted by: Rich | Dec 27, 2011 8:54:37 PM


  3. Are you guys retards? Ron Paul didn't write ANY of those. And the media knows this, and to avoid defamation charges, they just insinuate that he did, like Towleroad, an obvious shill for Barack 'Let's defend DOMA in court and coyly not admit that I'm against gay marriage' Obama. Some GOP troll is obviously really trying to smear Dr. Paul. And, coincidentally, it's hilarious to see people defend unsafe promiscuity. Yes, you may do it, but no, you don't have any high ground for engaging in risky behavior. But for most gays they think they have some sort of warped right be above criticism. Not so.

    Posted by: FunctioningBrain | Dec 28, 2011 2:34:52 AM


  4. AB ain't wrong. Love u, Anastasia, as always, girl. That said, I see trans culture as a work in progress--not unlike gay male culture, btw.

    Progress takes leaders who neither whitewash nor let the pains of injustice hold them back.

    But maybe better to see a soul securely real, and still strong and defiant enough to openly fight the wrongful hatred that she might face on a daily basis. Than to see only the whitewashed version alongside the statistics blandly showing the lived indignities that such a person accepts daily.

    Does white-washed invisibility risk communicating that such a lady SHOULD accept such cost to her very dignity?

    Or that a certain brand of gay man shouldn't be himself, but should adapt to appear the way straights want to imagine him?

    Posted by: just_a_guy_for_transfolk | Dec 28, 2011 5:22:51 AM


  5. wasnt there just a post from the national health organization about the number of aids and hiv patiants decressing in recent years due to the increse of gay marriage, now im young and at times dumb but even i know that the NHO is kinda a reliable source and it was on towleroad like a few weeks ago, so i dont know where these people are getting their info about this, but ill believe the NHO before i believe commenters to this post, and yes i know im prbably saying national health organization wrong.

    Posted by: winston | Dec 28, 2011 9:54:02 AM


  6. "Are you guys retards? Ron Paul didn't write ANY of those. And the media knows this, and to avoid defamation charges, they just insinuate that he did, like Towleroad, an obvious shill for Barack 'Let's defend DOMA in court and coyly not admit that I'm against gay marriage' Obama. Some GOP troll is obviously really trying to smear Dr. Paul."

    Oh, honey, you calling others an obvious shill? If anyone looked up the term in the dictionary, Ron Paul's many online shills would be standing there waving. Re: DOMA. The difference between Obama and Paul on DOMA is that Paul enthusiastically supports it, while Obama opposes it. And, contrary to your assertion, Obama has instructed the DOJ to stop defending DOMA which, quietly, it has, moving over to our side. Paul, on the other hand, believes we have zero right to fight DOMA's constitutionality in Court. So much for free speech.

    And, defamation charges, please, what are you smoking? If Paul didn't write those things, it only means that he's incapable of controlling the homophobic, racist idiots who shill for him.

    Posted by: Ernie | Dec 28, 2011 11:53:17 AM


  7. For anyone defending Ron Paul by saying these newsletters are 20 years old or that he never made these comments..yes, he did. And he confirmed them this week on Fox News.

    Posted by: Bobby | Jan 1, 2012 1:56:42 PM


  8. Most of the time when you scratch the surface of a right winger you will find a racist, homophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-semite.

    Posted by: jack | Jan 6, 2012 11:55:56 PM


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