Ron Paul: Not a Friend of Israel (or Jews?)

For those keeping up with the Republican primary and the incredible dunk tank quality it’s taken on, you know that it is Ron Paul’s turn to get wet (if he isn’t already soaked).

On the question of his alleged anti-Semitism and anti-Semitism and anti- lots of other things we were provided some damning insight the other day from Eric Dondero, his former senior aide for over a decade. Here’s his assessment of Ron Paul’s biases:

It’s a distinction worth drawing and there is certainly even a contingent of Jews who see themselves as sharing these anti-Zionist views. But Dondero also adds this aside, about Paul’s isolationism and this could make one stop and think:

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