Ron Paul and Alex Wagner in Dust-up Over Paul’s Addressing Anti-Semitic Group

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Alex Wagner, Ron Paul

Ron Paul may be out of public office, but he’s not out of harebrained schemes. He’s decided to go out and promote his new pay-per-view Internet television network. Nothing to be ashamed of there.

But it’s where he goes for his support that has raised a lot of eyebrows, especially Alex Wagner’s over at MSNBC. Her inquiry into why Dr. Paul would go and speak to a group called the Fatima Center in Canada that preaches it’s the churches duty to preach anti-Semitic teachings. They feel it’s incumbent upon them to preach that it's Satan’s plans to grant full citizenship to Jews.

To this Dr. Paul just says… well, listen for yourself:

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There’s no doubt Ron Paul has had lots of supporters. Maybe now we can see through his veneer and into the real Ron Paul, and perhaps Rand Paul mystique.

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  • jim puglia

    If Ron Paul wants us to have discussions with those who have a difference of opinion I challenge him to a discussion with atheists. We'll make him and his son look like the creeps that they are.

  • jim puglia

    If Ron Paul wants us to have discussions with those who have a difference of opinion I challenge him to a discussion with atheists. We'll make him and his son look like the creeps that they are.

  • David G

    And that's quite a stink.

  • RepublicanSwine

    Sorry, don't buy the "I don't know who these groups are" or "what they're about." BS!
    You can smell John Bircher on both Ron & Rand.

  • RepublicanSwine

    Sorry, don't buy the "I don't know who these groups are" or "what they're about." BS!
    You can smell John Bircher on both Ron & Rand.