I don't get the whole "He was a bad publisher so he will be a bad president" argument.
So there are > 10,000 pages written while he was back home running a medical practice and ~ 0.01% of those pages had offensive material in it. He took moral responsibility for being a bad publisher and disavowed the articles.
I don't expect him to release the name of the writers knowing what would happen to the seven or so innocent writers while they perform the witch hunt to find the one that wrote them over two decades ago.
If you want to talk about morality, what about the morals of those that take the oath of office and then completely ignore it? What does that say about morality of the people that let them get away with it? At least there is a record showing that Paul took his oath seriously and is probably one of the few that actually bothered to read the document he took an oath to uphold and protect.
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