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Newt Gingrich urges Ron Paul to explain links to 1990s newsletters containing anti-gay rants

From Reuters:

Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich on Friday urged rival Ron Paul to explain his links to newsletters two decades ago that carried the Texas congressman's name and contained racist, anti-homosexual and anti-Israel rants. ...

A direct-mail solicitation for Paul's political and investment newsletters in the 1990s warned of a "coming race war in our big cities" and of a "federal-homosexual cover-up" to play down the impact of AIDS.

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Dr. Paul voted for MLK holiday, therefore he could not have denounced Reagan for signing the bill as the writer did. Dr. Paul was the 220 yard dash champion of the state of Pennsylvania and had a personal best in the 100 yard dash of 9.7 sec. at a time when the national record and Jesse Owens's record was 9.4 sec. Therefore he would not think any ordinary black man on the street was unbelievably fast as the writer states. The writer didn't even know Ron Paul's personal history very well.

Maybe Newt should stop focusing on Ron Paul and answer questions regarding this photo of him at the Bohemian Grove Club. Do you know what they do there? If an individual has problems with racism they will certainly have much bigger problems with the ceremonies and actions going on here!
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