The very idea is absurd, especially when considering that the phonies who shout "racism" themselves define racism as not a mere attitude, but as using power to suppress and control people.
The following is from Robert Wanek Reports: The 5 Biggest Myths About Ron Paul
To understand modern day racism one must consider the Drug War. Obama expanded it and Ron Paul decries it. It’s the most stereotypical racist bigoted war Obama has continued. Out of all non violent marijuana crimes 64% of imprisonments are inner city blacks, and it’s not the result of a massively lopsided number in black arrests. Ron Paul is a strict libertarian, consistently following a political ideology that staunchly opposes racial inequality, and rejects such collectivism. Paul doesn’t separate people into factions or groups he sees the individual as a sovereign citizen protected by inalienable rights. If the media is going to try to discredit Ron Paul I suggest they at least have some dignity, they offer zero education on the legitimacy of his stand pertaining to the War on Drugs. They offer no coverage to the countless times the congressman has publicly took a stand for African American rights and slammed the racial unfairness in drug cases. Research the man’s career, he’s the closest resemblance to MLK on the issue of civil liberties that this nation has. Ron Paul has been a constant critic of the ongoing Drug War and the actions being taken by the P.O.T.U.S.
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