Monday, November 26, 2007

Paul Gets Support of Nevada Prostotute Business

It looks like Ron Paul could face some trouble in his already long shot bid for President, which has been building some momentum.

Dennis Hof, a Nevada brothel owner, is collecting funds for Congressman Paul at Moonlite BunnyRanch near Carson City. "I'll get all the (working girls) together, and we can raise him some money. I'll put up a collection box outside the door. They can drop in $1, $5 contributions," he said.

Paul spokesman Jeff Greenspan had this to say: "On a personal basis, he [Paul] doesn't condone those things. At the same time, from his campaign perspective, it's not the role of federal government and it's not in the constitution for federal government to regulate these things. The Nevada votrs and Legislature have decided it is legal activity in this state."


Worldviews Revolution said...

Hi Ben. I have had a link to you on my site for a long time, but for some reason you are beginning to post slams on Dr. Paul, and seemingly becoming prejudiced now to Mike Huckabee.


There is no reason to publish gross stuff like this. I bet there are groups of every sort supporting just about every candidate. We simply cannot start judging candidates based on the fact that certain people support them.

Nor is Huckabee any kind of conservative just because of the block of Christians who support him. Please check out this article:

I appreciate your site, and I am looking forward to once again reading an unbiased perspective of the Presidential race.

From Josiah

Ben Miller said...


Thank you for putting a link of my blog on your website.

Yes, I have made several posts concerning Mike Huckabee's campaign recently but I have also put up campaign ads from Tom Tancredo, Ron Paul, John McCain and Bob Hargis. It is just that Huckabee has made several videos recently that I consider worth putting up.

Also, keep in mind that I did make an entry on Nov. 7, 2007, about what Chuck Baldwin had to say about Huckabee.

On the subject of this Paul story, it is not only dealing with who a person has endorsed but also with where Ron Paul stands on the issue of prostitution.


Worldviews Revolution said...

OK. But you made the title sound like Ron Paul in fact supports such things. It is not until the end that you have a brief quote explaining Dr. Paul's true position; that of Constitutionalism and states' rights.

I do not think you would support the idea that the Federal government has jurisdiction over anything not delegated to it by the Constitution.

In this sense I also do not appreciate your most recent post which (by way of a quote from a media guy) labels Ron Paul the "baptized hero" of libertarians. No, many libertarians are completely against him. Ron Paul has stated specifically that he is NOT so much a libertarian as he is a Constitutionalist.

He is thus the hero of those who, like myself, believe freedom comes only by God-given rights and Law.

I realize that you have posted both positives and negatives about most of the candidates, but you are beginning to have a very bitter tone towards Dr. Paul. Is there something you see in him which merits this?

When it's all said and done, I simply want this great site to stay with its' objective perspective on things. That means either it truly maintains an unbiased attitude, or it tells us outright who you currently believe to be the best candidate.

Which is fine.


From Josiah

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