posted on Oct, 19 2007 @ 08:57 AM
This is YouTube -- people can edit video and post it. Besides that, Ron Paul has been running a viral campaign geared to misrepresent reality from the
get-go. I wouldn't be surprised if his pr staff put this together and put on on YouTube just to get him the additional conspiracy theorist attention
that he's getting.
Three things to consider -- if the government wanted to censor what he was saying, why in the world say they did it?! I mean, come on, a
department of defense graphic coming up as he answers a question about invading China? To think it would garner any response besides the one
being presented in this thread would be stupid, and our department of defense isn't stupid. Neither is Ron Paul's PR viral campaign.
The other would be, that was a really, really short answer! If it's okay for a congressman to say we're in Iraq because it amuses GW to see
soldiers' heads blown off, why would you think Ron Paul could say anything that would be so classified that the government would be this
Finally, if he was censored, why in the world would he not come out and say something? That would play right into his campaign. Surely he would go
public. Yet, he doesn't. Why? Because then the full tapes would come out and his deceptive marketing campaign would be even more exposed that it
already is becoming.