There is the most uncharming little minuet taking place between the far-right wingnut world and major (of sorts) candidate respectability.
We understand that [Ron} Paul is not a white nationalist, but most of our people support him because of his stand on issues.... Also, our board recognizes that most of the leaders involved in the Fed and the international banking system are Jews.
Those profundities are, via the NY Times, brought to us by one Don Black, a kind of field fuehrer, you might say, for the neo-Nazi site "Stormfront," whose followers believe that the 20th century's greatest failure was its genocidal inadequacies.
The Web site is one of dozens, hundreds, maybe thousands of likeminded sewers of monomaniacal morons; and if you've a site whose comment section has ever been under cyberassault by this pathetic scum, you'd understand a) why "white nationalism" needs the slickest possible public relations arm it can muster and b) something of the brutal stupidity of Hitler's original brownshirts.
Now here's Ron Paul, uh, explaining why he refuses to refuse the above's support:
I’ll go to anybody who I think I can convert to change their viewpoints.... I’m always looking at converting people to look at liberty the way I do.
An intriguing political strategy, that. Rather than launching a national movement for "liberty" by shot-gunning major swaths of the reasonably sane electorate, Paul instead targeted, through newslettery winks and nods, the incurably crazy and the insufferably bigoted. Which he still denies, which is what makes it all so insulting.