http://www.politickernj.com/alan-st...s-anti-israel-record-and-republican-primaries I'll first address Ron Paul accepting the donation from the white supremacist, it was a stupid move on his part and the part of his campaign. His position, I believe, was that racists should be allowed to donate to whoever they want. I personally don't think he should have accepted the donation. Now onto the main point of the article, that Ron Paul is an anti-semite. The author of this piece cites this quote from a Ron Paul website: "On January 9, Ron Paul addressed Congress to voice his opposition to a House resolution expressing strong support for Israel in its invasion of Gaza, and branding Hamas as a terrorist organization." The author then states: "Pauls message speaks for itself: Hamas is not a terrorist organization, in spite of its launching of over 1,000 rockets against citizens of Israel. The United States should not support Israel in its campaign of retaliation against a vile terrorist organization whose "Culture Minister", Atallah Abu Al-Subh greeted the news of 9-11 with the words, "Allah has answered our prayers." And campaign donations from neo-Nazis will be welcomed." Except the author left out a key part of the quote from Paul's website which states: "Ron Paul called for American neutrality in conflicts that have nothing to do with the United States." Ron Paul on Israel | Ron Paul .com Also, the author of this piece failed to cite any of Ron Paul's speech from the video that is provided on the website, which makes it clear that Ron Paul voted against the resolution because he believes in a non-interventionist foreign policy. Clearly this is simply a hit piece on Ron Paul and the candidates in New Jersey that Ron Paul has endorsed.