Friday, December 23, 2011

Michael Medved Against Ron Paul

Is it because Medved is Jewish? And so many  Ron Paul supporters are Arabs and Palestinean nationalists?
God Bless Michael Medved

Medved's Letter to Ron Paul 2007 Ron Paul Campaign and its Neo-Nazi SupportersFrom 2007, and questions still remain.The Ron Paul Campaign and its Neo-Nazi Supporters
By Andrew Walden

On October 26 nationally syndicated radio talk show host Michael Medved posted an "Open Letter to Rep. Ron Paul" on It reads:

Dear Congressman Paul:

Your Presidential campaign has drawn the enthusiastic support of an imposing collection of Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists, Holocaust Deniers, 9/11 "Truthers" and other paranoid and discredited conspiracists.

Do you welcome- or repudiate - the support of such factions?

More specifically, your columns have been featured for several years in the American Free Press -a publication of the nation's leading Holocaust Denier and anti-Semitic agitator, Willis Carto. His book club even recommends works that glorify the Nazi SS, and glowingly describe the "comforts and amenities" provided for inmates of Auschwitz.

Have your columns appeared in the American Free Press with your knowledge and approval?

As a Presidential candidate, will you now disassociate yourself, clearly and publicly, from the poisonous propaganda promoted in such publications?

As a guest on my syndicated radio show, you answered my questions directly and fearlessly.
Will you now answer these pressing questions, and eliminate all associations between your campaign and some of the most loathsome fringe groups in American society?

Along with my listeners (and many of your own supporters), I eagerly await your response.

Respectfully, Michael Medved

When some in a crowd of anti-war activists meeting at Democrat National Committee HQ in June, 2005 suggested Israel was behind the 9-11 attacks, DNC Chair Howard Dean was quick to get behind the microphones and denounce them saying: "such statements are nothing but vile, anti-Semitic rhetoric."

When KKK leader David Duke switched parties to run for Louisiana governor as a Republican in 1991, then-President George H W Bush responded sharply, saying, "When someone asserts the Holocaust never took place, then I don't believe that person ever deserves one iota of public trust. When someone has so recently endorsed Nazism, it is inconceivable that someone can reasonably aspire to a leadership role in a free society."

Ron Paul is different.

Rep Ron Paul (R-TX) is the only Republican candidate to demand immediate withdrawal from Iraq and blame US policy for creating Islamic terrorism. He has risen from obscurity and is beginning to raise millions of dollars in campaign contributions. Paul has no traction in the polls -- 7% of the vote in New Hampshire -- but he at one point had more cash on hand than John McCain. And now he is planning a $1.1 million New Hampshire media blitz just in time for the primary.

Ron Paul set an internet campaigning record raising more than $4 million in small on-line donations in one day, on November 5, 2007. But there are many questions about Paul's apparent unwillingness to reject extremist groups' public participation in his campaign and financial support of his November 5 "patriot money-bomb plot." 

New American= New Iranian?

the attempts that you have been making on the life of Paul’s character for the last so many years are bound to backfire on you. 
For one, they are transparently disingenuous. Lord launches these same slurs against Paul while at one and the same moment affirming that this much maligned champion of liberty is a “good man.” But if “anti-Semitism” is the most egregious of all moral offenses, and if Ron Paul is an “anti-Semite” or at least associated with “anti-Semites,” then how can he be a “good man?”
Another reason to let up with these ad hominem attacks is that in resorting to them, you reveal your true identity. That is, because it is the leftist who is known for the readiness with which he convicts his opponents of the litany of politically correct crimes, your readiness to do the same to your opponents — especially your opponents, like Paul, who are to your right — vindicates those who have been insisting all along that neither you nor your colleagues are the “conservatives” who you claim to be.  Your impulse to besmirch Paul and everyone to your right as politically incorrect miscreants confirms your critics’ assessment that you remain enthralled to the leftist ideology within which you were nurtured. The ease with which you charge Paul with PC thought crimes, in other words, promises to vindicate those who have sworn all along that you are not a conservative, but, rather a neoconservative.
The problem is that neoconservatism is woefully unpopular among the American electorate
Neoconservatism is code for closet jihadist. As is brushing off the label anti-Semitism

 And since it is on the basis of nothing other than what you and your fellow neoconservatives deem to be Paul’s insufficient support for Israel and his determination to identify your ilk as neoconservatives”that you accuse him of “anti-Semitism,” some of these leftists may even begin to warm to him.

Another pro-Iranian Ron Paul supporter

Paul thinks that, short of war, there is nothing that we can do to impede Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon. Sanctions, we know, not only contribute to the oppression under which the innocent subjects of brutal regimes are forced to live, but almost always lead, ultimately, to war. Nor does Dr. Paul believe that we are incapable of protecting ourselves against a country, even a country like Iran, with one nuclear weapon.

Medved Misunderstands Rep. Ron Paul's Libertarianism| Print |
THURSDAY, 19 MAY 2011 10:38

Radio host and political commentator Michael Medved (left) has written an article for the Daily Beast, which argues that Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) has “stretched libertarianism past the breaking point.” His concern is that if Paul’s beliefs were put into practice — that the federal government has no business regulating prostitution, the use of illegal drugs, and related vices — those vices would flourish in American society.
Medved argues that “the Paul logic obliterates the crucial distinction between private, intimate activity and commercial enterprise.” Though agreeing that private activity is outside the proper purview of the federal government, Medved is of the opinion that commercial activity affects society and so may be regulated in order to protect citizens from vices.

A Letter to Michael Medved| Print |

FRIDAY, 23 DECEMBER 2011 09:51

t is clear, Michael, that you do not like Dr. Paul. I admit, given the countless hours that you spend arguing for a vastly smaller, less intrusive federal government than what we currently have, I find this puzzling.
he also writes of Islam: Islam on its own tersm
Anyone seriously concerned with coming to terms with "the nature of our enemy" must give up all of this silly talk of "Islamofascists," "Islamonazis," "Islamists," "radical Muslims," and "Islamic extremists."  The "enemy" -- and anyone who looks upon me as an "infidel" to be converted or killed I do indeed consider my enemy -- is the orthodox Muslim.  America and the West are in conflict with "Quranic literalists" -- or "Islamic fundamentalists," if you will -- and no one else.

Washington Times: True Conservatives
Linked by medved:

As Ron Paul waxed naive from his perch in Sioux City, Iowa, on issues ranging from foreign policy to judicial activism, one could almost hear his campaign bus tires deflate. I suspect Iowa’s GOPelectorate is asking: “We had who in third place?” Immediately following the debate, former Iowa House Speaker Christopher C. Rants blogged, “Ron Paul finally lit a match after dousing himself with gasoline.”
Putting aside for a moment Mr. Paul’s leftist policies on a variety of social issues, ranging from his unwavering support for newfangled “gay rights” - to include open homosexuality in the military - to advocacy for across-the-board legalization of illicit drugs, he demonstrated that he has a dangerous, fundamental misunderstanding of the threat posed to every American citizen by radical Islam. This alone disqualifies him for serious consideration as our future commander in chief.
During the debate, moderator Bret Baier asked Mr. Paul: “Many Middle East experts now say Iran may be less than one year away from getting a nuclear weapon. … Even if you had solid intelligence that Iran was in fact going to get a nuclear weapon, President Paul would remove the U.S. sanctions on Iran - including those added by the Obama administration. So, to be clear, GOP nominee Paul would be running left of President Obama on Iran?”

In defense of Islamic terrorists, not unlike those responsible for Sept. 11,Mr. Paul said, “Yeah, there are some radicals, but they don’t come here to kill us because we’re free and prosperous. … They come here and want to do us harm because we’re bombing them.
“I don’t want Iran to have a nuclear weapon,” he continued, all the while demonstrating to everyone watching that a President Paul would be unwilling to lift a finger to prevent it.
Daily Paul: Palestineans for Ron Paul

Urgent! - Medved really slamming Dr. Paul right NOW!

Call in.
Defend liberty. (DEFEND PALESTINE?)
HERE is what I wrote to him:

Mr. Medved,
Paul has disavowed the articles and has said his judgment was wrong in not properly editing the newsletters.
Let's face it: You could CARE LESS about racist views because you yourself are a racist. (ie: You hate Palestinians).


Michael Medvied is attempting to smear Ron Paul on his radio show on AM970 The Apple. Get on the show, email call and tell Medved he is wrong. He is attacking his foreign policy by equating his understanding of foriegn policy to that of liberals and bad people. He is trying to paint Paul as a racist for his newsletter.

More Palestineans for Paul

Mr. Medved appears to be a Zionist first, every thing else second. Ben Stein seems to be the same way.
"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty" TJ

2nd that....

In fact the zionist are "Well Placed" in all the key media positions it seems.
And there seems no hope for Israel to get on the right path... the Israeli nation has gone from paranoia (wars of pre-emption) to institutional racism (open air prisons called the West Bank and Gaza) to flat out Nazism whereupon even Jews living inside of Israel cannot say "peep", for freedom of speech is now DEAD in Israel.

Michael Medved Smears Ron Paul - Connects him to Nazis!

I was just told by my partner that Michael Medved smeared Ron Paul today on his radio show, by saying that Ron Paul associates with Neo Nazis. How do nasty people like Medved get away with telling such lies?
How about this? 
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    Another Arab for Ron Paul, and the pro-Arab Constitution

    Michael Medved slams Ron Paul - Then slams him again.

    MY MESSAGE TO MICHAEL MEDVED - Why don't YOU strap on a gun and get YOUR rotted self over to the Middle East and see how many Arabs you can kill before they kill you???
    Is this a little to scary for you? Huh?
    Instead, you advocate sending American kids to do the dirty work for you with pre-emptive, Un-Constitutional wars...
Republican talk show host Michael Medved today had an absolutely scathing segment on Ron Paul, based in part around this article.(
submitted  ago by NotCOINTELPROAgent

    Paul's story changes on racial comments

    WASHINGTON – Rep. Ron Paul has tried since 2001 to disavow racist and incendiary language published in Texas newsletters that bore his name, denying he wrote them and even walking out of an interview on CNN Wednesday. But he vouched for the accuracy of the writings and admitted writing at least some of the passages when first asked about them in an interview in 1996.....Now, Paul says he had nothing to do with the contents of the newsletters published in his name.
    "Why don't you go back and look at what I said yesterday on CNN and what I've said for 20-something years, 22 years ago?" Paul said on CNN Wednesday. "I didn't write them. I disavow them. That's it." Paul then removed his microphone and abruptly ended the interview.

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