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Fergus Cullen, chairman of the New Hampshire State Republican Committee, confirmed Sunday evening to the Tribune that, yes, there will be a televised Fox News presidential candidate forum on Jan. 6, and yes, Rep. Ron Paul was not invited when the other candidates were a week or so ago.
"My understanding is that five candidates to that point had been offered spots but the event is still coming together," Cullen said.
Originally posted by mdzialo
That little dork on "The Three Stooges" program was beinging to bug me anyway. I only watched because I was enticed by the camera always shooting up the dress of the girl that sits in the middle. Of course, she's sitting there with her legs crossed but I figured that has to get uncomfortable, right? Now my wife tells me that girls can sit like that for one hundred years and not get tired, and that only dumb guys would think otherwise - so it turns out that camera angle thing is a scam, too. More good reasons to switch.
Contrary to earlier reports, the Fox News Channel is hosting a Republican presidential candidate forum in New Hampshire, and, so far, Rep. Ron Paul has not been invited.
Last night, Paul spokesman Jesse Benton told the Chicago Tribune's Jason George the campaign remains angry and in the dark.
"We have not heard anything else today," he said. "[Fox] continues to ignore our calls."
Originally posted by RRconservative
Misinformation on the Internet? You got to be kidding me?
Originally posted by jtma508
reply to post by jsobecky
And there is the catch-22. For the entire campaign the MSM has excluded Dr. Paul, marginalized his campaign and given him only minimila coverage. At present he is beating Ghouliani in IA yet Mr. Sleaze is considered by FOX et al as a 'major' candidate yet Dr. Paul is not. Had Dr. Paul received any reasonable amount of MSM coverage these many months you can be sure his poll numbers would reflect it. It is, in fact, the MSM who decides who is a major player and who is not. Not us. No more than you decide what is 'in-fashion' and what is not.
The network said it had limited space in its studio -- a souped-up bus -- and that it invited candidates who had received double-digit support in recent polls.
Former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson is in third place in the Republican race at 11 percent and Arizona Sen. John McCain slipped two points to 10 percent. Texas Rep. Ron Paul also registered 10 percent.
Fox Loses GOP Debate Support
The New Hampshire Republican Party dropped their affiliation with a Republican debate sponsored by Fox News tomorrow night because they have limited the number of candidates that can participate, according to a report in Boston.com.
The Fox debate is excluding Texas Congressman Ron Paul even though he polls higher in New Hampshire and has raised significantly more money, and is campaigning more in New Hampshire than Fred Thompson who is invited.