posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 07:53 PM
In a country where people with biased agendas are allowed to portray their opinions as facts by calling it 'news', people need to take a step back
to look at the bigger picture.
The media, which have been intentionally ignoring Ron Paul, have been feeling the effects of angry Ron Paul supporters to the point to which they
cannot ignore any further. Much of this credit goes to Jon Stewart of the Daily Show for helping to bring this issue to light. So, unable to ignore
the fact that Ron Paul actually exists, the media has begun a new tactic. Instead of ignoring Ron Paul, the media is now doing the next best thing,
they are attacking Ron Paul supporters.
It only takes a few minutes of listening to biased AM radio stations to hear people referring to supporters of this presidential candidate as 'Ron
Paul crazies'. This is a blatant attempt at ruining the credibility of this candidate and his views by, in effect, claiming that only crazy people
must like Ron Paul.
The other day, while listening to biased radio host Michael Berry, I was shocked to hear him liken Ron Paul supporters to Muslim terrorists after
telling a story of a Ron Paul supporter who supposedly wanted to 'fight' him. I wrote Mr. Berry to discuss this matter, and I am still awaiting a
response from him.
Don't buy into the media's manipulation of things. We need to stop this biased, partisan fighting. I feel like my country's government is behaving
like my fiance's 8 year old son having an argument with his friends. And don't buy into the 'crazy' Ron Paul supporter BS the media has now
developed as their way to combat this presidential candidate. Apparently, it's more important to these 'news' broadcasters to only push their own
biased agendas than it is to educate the public and let them make up their own minds.