The Compassion Of Dr. Ron Paul: OK, OK, OK, He Isn’t Racist, Here’s The Proof, Sheesh!!

Last tim around I was called a “nigger” by a Ron Paul supporter in my comment section; and, I must say, the irony of that really made my day. Nothing like debating the racist past of a wannabe presidential candidate, and having a supporter of his attempt to d4emean me by using a racial slur. If he only knew me he would know that it takes a lot more than that to insult me. As a matter of fact, it’s long been my opinion that anyone who uses the word “nigger” to insult a Black person does this out of fear. Some people say it’s hate; and yes, this may be so. However, in 2011 or 2012 depending on when you’re reading this, it is only out of fear that a powerless individual uses the word.


So yeah, I don’t sweat that shit one bit. Shit, you think slaves cried themselves to sleep every night because they were called “niggers.” Nope, instead they were busy trying to figure out how to get out of their situation. Oh, and I don’t have to tell you many of them were quite successful and figured it out. So yeah, with a Black family in the White House right now, I’ll be a “nigger,” a proud one at that. Because at the end of the day, it’s good to know that some of you are afraid of Black folks after all these years.

I suppose this is why they’re clamoring and trying to do all they can to prove that Ron Paul isn’t a racist. Along with the slew of videos popping up of Black folks professing their love for Ron Paul on YouTube. There is now a Blacks For Ron Paul 2012 page on Facebook. I suppose all of this proves he isn’t racist. But just in case you’re still skeptical, check out the following video making the rounds today. The following video is all the proof we need to understand that he is not racist, or that there isn’t a racist bone in his body. Yep, after watching the following, you’re supposed to forget the racist newsletters, or him hanging out with the paleoconservative John Birch crew. Yep, because at the end of the day, all it takes is one act of kindness to kill racism. That’s right, all it takes is one act of kindness. Behold “The Compassion of Ron Paul!” How can he be racist if a Black guy says he isn’t.