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The Next Ron Paul Conspiracy?

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posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 10:50 PM
So i just went to google news and did a search on ron paul like i do every day (that's the only way i can get my RP news), and it turned up no results. I did a search on ron paul news and that brought up results, but not "ron paul".

Have the governmental elites infiltrated Google to silence the Republican juggernot? What does Google have to gain by shutting out America's Representative? Is it a "Dr. No-Go" for his internet support?

Sorry about all the stupid one-liners. I had already done my ATS/AP check for the night and was hoping to be asleep by now.

posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 08:05 AM
No conspiracy here.

Funny when I search for Ron Paul I get thousands and thousands of results and news.

Maybe the evil neo-con government is just picking out individuals like yourself to try and silence the almighty Ron Paul movement?

posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 11:00 AM
Heh. I just want to let everyone know that this was kind of a tongue-in-cheek post. While Google News really was turning up no results for a Ron Paul search, i don't honestly believe there was a conspiracy. I KNOW it! heh, just kidding again.

I am a supporter of Ron Paul and i think he would be good for this country, but the constant cries of conspiracy aren't helpful to the cause.

posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 11:08 AM
Wow! That's the most sense I've ever heard a Ron Paul supporter make.

Seriously, I think if the vast majority of Paul supporters weren't always complaining and crying conspiracy, he might be taken more seriously.

I really think his supporters are a lot more of a problem than a help for him. Just my two cents.

posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 02:00 PM
I think it's actually a small minority of supporters who cry conspiracy, but that's a hell of a lot more noteworthy to the media than all the other supporters who don't raise a fuss.

Some of his supporters are obviously a huge help to him. They did make him 4.2 million dollars on 11/5 and i'm curious to see what else they'll bring in for him on 12/16. The blimp sure is an original idea and it will build on his exposure.

I am the kind of Ron Paul supporter that ultimately just wants every candidate to have some fair representation. That goes for the Duncan Hunters, Tom Tancredo's and even Mike Gravels of the race. If you can't win on a level playing field then yes, you shouldn't be elected president. If you can, then maybe you should!

My dad was talking last night about how candidates used to run on a platform that was decided by the american people, and how that is no longer the case. It's the candidate we vote for now, not the platform that candidate represents. We've effectively lost our representation.

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