You are supporting a racist.
I am a “racist” in that I believe that different ethnic groups are different and it is okay to notice this. I even think that mono-ethnic societies work better than multi-ethnic societies. I suspect that many of the posters on Coast Gab that are always attacking others for being “racists” live in majority White areas and have no idea what living in a majority non-White area is like. (Visiting a non-White area of the world where White Americans are more or less welcome doesn’t count. These are often examples of people having their own cultures and welcoming visitors and guests on their own terms.)
But back to Ron Paul: I volunteered for Ron Paul locally; not because he is a “racist” -- I do not believe he is -- but because he is the only candidate who is honest and does not support the status quo. I talk openly about my racial beliefs (with people of all races) and rarely have a problem because of it. I did not meet any other “racists” volunteering for Ron Paul. Nearly everyone had the usual libertarian ideas: i.e. that people should operate as self-interested individuals and not as members of an ethnic group. They were divided on whether or not it should be legal to have voluntary mono-ethnic organizations or projects. (For example an all-White school, an all Michoacán apartment complex, an all Indian business, etc.)
The volunteers themselves were about 70% White and 30% non-White. This IS pretty White by local standards. (They were mostly Mexican-American and various Asian ethnicities). The leadership was Viet-Ching. No Jews, but I never heard anyone saying anything anti-Jewish. When volunteers talking about “banksters” were accused of being “anti-Semetic” by members of the general public, they were at first truly shocked. After a while they got used to it and just denied it.
The “racist” remarks in the newsletters were attributed to Murray Rothbard. Nobody agreed with them and only a few knew that Rothbard was Jewish.
There was a White guy formerly from Detroit who (in response to my questioning) refused to acknowledge that inner-city Detroit was more run-down and had more crime than the Whiter suburbs. Seemed pretty weird to me. I am more used to the views of my liberal relatives who acknowledge these problems, but blame them on White racism.
My experience has always been that people call others "racist" as a method of silencing debate. The best response is to refuse to be intimidated.