posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 07:46 PM
All today I heard on the lame stream media how insignificant the straw poll was (yet they couldn't stop talking about it and it was front page
news?). I am a bit disappointed that Ron Paul didn't win, but being only 1% behind with only 200 votes behind, it is still fantastic news. And it is
very obvious that Michele Bachmann (aka Sarah Palin 2.0) is a GOP favorite as she is 100 percent pro-neocon agenda and the religious right seems to
like her. I'm sure they are happy that she won (can we get a vote recount?), and because she won, they can't say "well it's a useless poll,"
because then they would just be discrediting their own candidate (which isn't completely out of the question for them). So yes it's unfortunate that
he was only behind by 1 percent but that was not the final lap by any means, just the beginning, so if any of you track runners are out there you'll
understand when I say it's not always wise to be the front runner too early in the race.
But getting back to the lame stream media, they made such a big deal about Rick Perry and he wasn't even in the top 3. So listen all you Ron Paul
haters, I'm not trying to pick a fight with you, I'm trying to get you to join our side. You have to admit that there is a conspiracy of the media
to ignore Ron Paul. It's obvious! And if you say 'well, they only talk about candidates who have a chance.' Okay wise guy, then why did they make a
big announcement about Rick Perry when he didn't even get top 3? Isn't that an example of a candidate who has no chance? And yet the media still
supports him? Imagine if for just a day the major media said "Ron Paul, presidential candidate, wants to end the IRS" on the front page?!
Ron Paul got a very close second place with no media help whatsoever, so imagine if they helped him even in the slightest? But in a way I'm glad, I
hope he wins it even without their support, but there's no reason why they can't join his fight. Everyone in the major media is being silenced one
way or another, which is an infringement of their freedom of speech (because they can't talk about 9/11, or really go off against the establishment,
etc without losing their job or being called unpatriotic or anti-semitic), so it is only to their benefit that they support Ron Paul.
Peace. Go Ron Paul!