Ron Paul has made it official. He has a man in the 4th District Congressional race. You tell me, does it hurt or does it help?
Before you answer consider this:
Ron Paul is the man who the White Nationalist Group "StormFront" says holds views which most closely coincide with theirs. [click]
Ron Paul has called for legalizing prostitution and all drugs including heroin. [click]
Ron Paul's views are anti-Israel. [click]
Ron Paul constantly blames US foreign policy for 9-11, putting him in the same league as Ward Churchill and Rev. Jeremiah Wright, possibly even to the left of Dennis Kucinich. [click]
Ron Paul and his supporters don't want to help the Republican Party, they are trying to take it over and to "fundamentally transform" the Republican Party into a libertarian organization of their own making. [click]
Ron Paul's organization has been accused of employing dishonesty as a tactic to winning for their secret cause. [click]
The Ron Paul plan is to disrupt the republican national convention. [click]
Now considering that Ron Paul (who rarely polls above single digits) has picked one candidate in the 4th Congressional District race to help him in his quest to become the best friend any heron addict, prostitute, racist anti-semite ever had in Congress, you tell me: Does it hurt or does it help?
That candidate must think it helps. He has not only been a huge Ron Paul devotee for years, he is now bragging about the endorsment out on the stump.