Idiotic Rand Paul Trying to Sell ‘Limited Government and More Freedom’ to Detroit Welfare Blacks

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 23, 2013

Ron Paul tried to save America... but not even his own son would listen.
Ron Paul tried to save America… but not even his own son would listen.

As the old saying goes, “there is stupid, there is damn stupid and then there are libertarians.”

The Jew-loving Rand Paul, often referred to as “Son of Paul” or “Ron Paul II: The Jewing,” has opened an ‘African American Engagement Office’ in Detroit.  And no, this is not a military base set up to ‘engage’ the blacks in street warfare, it is a PR stunt ostensibly to try and sell ‘limited government’ to the parasitical blacks, who have lived on government welfare for generations and possess exactly zero capacity to support themselves – most of them cannot even read, let alone do menial labor at minimum wage.

Ah, but maybe it isn’t as stupid as it obviously looks.  It appears to me that this is not, as is claimed by Son of Paul, an actual attempt to literally sell libertarianism to the blacks, but an attempt to sell libertarianism to Whites who feel bad for blacks.  By setting up a publicized office in Detroit, Son of Paul makes it appear as though libertarians care about the plight of the disenfranchised Negro, while in reality, the only thing they care about is making it easier for the occupying Jew enemy to stack shekels.

From the Washington Examiner:

The office is the first-of-its-kind for the Republicans. “Every community in the United States should be engaged by the Republican Party and Senator Paul believes that the values of limited government, and more freedom have broad appeal,” Doug Stafford, one of Paul’s senior advisers, stated. “He is pleased to help lead this effort.”

The opening takes place on Dec. 6. The office is run jointly by the Michigan Republican Party and the Republican National Committee.

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Rand Paul previously gave a speech at the historically-black Howard University in Washington to talk about how Republican positions benefit the black community, but it was an imperfect debut.

“I thought my reception at Howard was much better than my reception from the left-wing media,” Paul said at a Christian Science Monitor Breakfast a week after the event. “It is harder for me, I’m not African American, to go to Howard and talk about it. It would be easier for an African American Republican maybe to talk about it because then it seems less like me trying to preach to people about history but it’s all of our history. There were whites involved too in abolition.”

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