Ron Paul is scheduled to be the keynote speaker for a Sept. 11 conference sponsored by The Fatima Center, a rightwing "radical traditionalist" Catholic group that the Southern Poverty Law Center calls "perhaps the single largest group of hard-core anti-Semites in North America." But that doesn't mean that Ron Paul is an anti-Semite, after all. He can't help it if his message of individual responsibility and kooky yearning for the Gold Standard happens to appeal to
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Needs more Borat.
<i>The weeklong conference, titled &ldquo;Fatima: The Path to Peace,&rdquo; will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario, apparently because the organizers were unable to find a suitable secret lair under a dormant volcano.</i>
Better strippers in the Falls than under a volcano.
maybe you should give Eric a visit and ask where his outrage is
this meeting needs a nice cardboard sign that says
&quot;Stars and Bars Themed Sign&quot;
Wait...that&#039;s not photoshopped, is it?
This is the kind of situation where like-minded bigots say, &quot;I know Ron, and he&#039;s no anti-Semite.&quot; By which they mean, &quot;Holy shit, if that&#039;s anti-Semitism, I must be an anti-Semite, and that doesn&#039;t square with my self-image.&quot;
The right to take away other people&#039;s rights shall not be infringed.
Radical traditionalist makes about as much sense as an organization of anarchist.