A couple of days ago on his radio broadcast, Don Black was quoted as saying,
"Everybody, all of us back in the 80s and 90s, felt Ron Paul was, you know, unusual in that he had actually been a Congressman, that he was one of us and now, of course, that he has this broad demographic — broad base of support.”
Kind of brings tears to your eyes don't it?
“Again, I go back to that, you know, traditional topic that I always talk about, you know, the powers of international Zionism–a power in banking, a power in media, a power in government influence, in campaign finance–a power that’s, you know, hurting the values of this country on behalf of Israel,” Mr. Duke said. “So, I would vote for Ron Paul at this moment because he’s one of the few candidates who have policies in this regard and this realm that I wholeheartedly support, and that’s why I’d vote for him.”
What would a good candidate do at this point? Maybe something like put out a statement saying that he does not accept the endorsement? Instead Congressman Paul told The New York Times,
"If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say.”