He has. He's been battling this for more than 20 years. He's said so many times, but that doesn't stop reporters and agencies to bring it up during EVERY election he runs for. He has. He's publicly stated it. Whether you believe it or not is up to you.
Like I said in my post he said the letters were horrible. Okay, cool. However, what I want to know is why he never really owned up to it. He takes no responsibility for something that bluntly has his name on the forefront. Let me use an example here. If I have a friend of mine write an essay for me to turn in as my own, and I don't read it but it has offense slurs, I have to take responsibility. My name is on the paper. Not my colleague's. If something is wrong with it, I take the fall.
Because this Mr.Paul is not a lazy high school student and a man in politics, he has to be an idiot not to read newsletters with his on name on it. Any politician knows (doesn't mean they always
do it) to read over stuff with their name on it. However, I think Ron Paul is smart enough to read over material he claims ownership of. If he wasn't for some reason, there are certain things he should have already said. He's never said "I should have read the newsletters over before publication. If I had, I would have took that stuff out". He's never said that. That's one reason why he's so questionable in morals to me. He just says, paraphrasing of course, "Didn't write them, never really looked at them."