Ron Paul Supporters Hacked: Not Pretty

Several sites have picked up on claims by Anonymous that it has hacked into American Third Position (A3P) and discovered a trove of data linking Ron Paul with members of A3P and the Board of Directors, as well as Nick Griffin of the British National Party.

International Business Times was the first to report, but it has been followed by Little Green Footballs, a formerly dependable right-wing site (now not so much,) which  calls A3P  “racist Neanderthals,” and Pensito Review.

Paul’s campaign denies any connection with A3P.

I can’t find any of the actual “dump,” from Anonymous, just their statement about what it found, and a list of racist sites it  claims to have defaced.   Release them, please.  We’d like to see.

The New Republic in its January 17, 2012 edition posted a long article detailing the articles that appeared under Ron Paul’s name in his newsletter Survival Report, in the 1990s — most of which Paul has recently claimed were not actually his thoughts. Yes, of course, people do change their minds over matters as serious as these.  To be convinced of a change, however, ownership of both before and after has to be acknowledged.

From left, Paul at the 2007 Values Voters debate with Don Black, of the neo-Nazi web site Stormfront, and his son, Derek Black