Will We Have A Debate Which Isn't Completely Rigged?

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posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 01:26 AM
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The last two debates have been billed at Perry vs Romney. Not because they are deserving, but instead because that is what MS wants. The so called "two person" GOP race is completely orchestrated, down the the questions at the debate. I'm pissed at how Paul, and others, are completely ignored, and made to look stupid with "gotcha" questions, while Perry and Romney are allowed to answer, and respond to just about every single topic brought up. I kept track of the questioning in the last debate, for Perry, Romney and Paul, just so I could have a clearer picture of the favoritism being presented.

Perry
Direct Questions -12
30 Sec Responses- 8

Romney
Direct Questions- 10
30 Sec Responses- 4

Paul
Direct Questions- 6
30 Sec Responses- 1


We are very early in the race for 2012, as well as in the debate process, yet the debates are already heavily biased. Do any of you actually think we'll see a somewhat fair debate at some point? Will Ron Paul be given even a semi-legitimate chance to answer the major questions proposed to the others, without being left out of the "meat" of the debate. Or is this simply what we should expect going forward? Candidates are picked, debates are rigged, and no one else has a chance, even early in the debate process.
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posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 01:31 AM
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I count the seconds the local and world news gives each candidate for camera time, got interesting results....

Average news clips of debates:

Romney - 20-25 seconds
Perry - 20-25 seconds
Bachman - 10-15 seconds
Ron Paul - 0-5 seconds

Do this experiment at home next time you're watching the news on the candidates and count the camera time they give each one.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 01:32 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
I count the seconds the local and world news gives each candidate for camera time, got interesting results....

Average news clips of debates:

Romney - 20-25 seconds
Perry - 20-25 seconds
Bachman - 10-15 seconds
Ron Paul - 0-5 seconds

Do this experiment at home next time you're watching the news on the candidates and count the camera time they give each one.

Noticed that as well. It's all pretty obvious if you look for it.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 01:35 AM
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Originally posted by MysticPearl
Noticed that as well. It's all pretty obvious if you look for it.


That's the problem, hardly any "average" American is looking for such bias, so they are oblivious that their "choices" are limited to whatever this country's owners want their choices to be.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 02:02 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi

Originally posted by MysticPearl
Noticed that as well. It's all pretty obvious if you look for it.


That's the problem, hardly any "average" American is looking for such bias, so they are oblivious that their "choices" are limited to whatever this country's owners want their choices to be.

I wonder how much of an effect not having access to, or the ability to use effectively, the internet. That's usually where people discover the whole thing is a lie. Not church. Not at the job. Not at the mall. My parent in in their fifties, and bless them, but they are just hopeless when it comes to anything beyond logging into their email account. How common is that? That cuts off a great deal of access to what you and I read, as well as everyone else.

I do think people are awakening to some of this stuff, but not quickly enough. Not at all. Too many zombies out there.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 03:09 AM
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We need to call, fax and e-mail the networks in mass and demand that they stop the blatant censorship.



posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 04:22 AM
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No.

Theres your answer from me.

They dont want this man.

The people do.

And if the people dont get what they want this time around, I wont see any good comming from it.
The people want this man in office, I hear his name everywhere I go now.
All the people who I talked to a few years ago who didnt know of him, do now.
They are aware of this man because they were BROUGHT to him by his own words.

Out of all the people I know(and even some that I do not), any mention of any other name cept for Ron Paul on the streets is almost blasphemous.

People are waking up, and regardless of how the MSM wants to paint it, RON PAUL is the leader.

No other candidate is held up to the same standard. No other candidate can even hope to live up to his standards. No other candidate right now has the backing that PAUL does.

Paul is gaining attention from both lame duck parties, which gives him the advantage.
Yea sure some people wont vote for him do to pride, but other than that, I really think Paul has
a better chance than anyone to be the next President.
As long as he doesnt screw it up.





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