Updated at 10:57 AM
First it was the racist newsletters. Now it's the direct mail advertising them. In a signed appeal to potential subscribers in 1993, Ron Paul urged people to read his publications in order to prepare for a "race war," military rule, and a conspiracy to use a new $100 bill to track Americans.
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The eight-page mailer obtained by Reuters via Jamie Kirchick, who unearthed Paul's newsletter archives in 2008, is mostly focused on a rambling conspiracy theory about changes to the dollar. But Paul tries to bolster his credibility on the issue by noting that his newsletters have also "laid bare the the coming race war in our big cities" as well as the "federal-homosexual coverup on AIDS," adding that "my training as a physician helps me see through this one." He also condemns the "demonic fraternity" Skull and Bones, a Yale secret society that "includes George Bush and leftist Senator John Kerry, Congress's Mr. New Money," and "the Israeli lobby that plays Congress like a cheap harmonica."