This is nothing new. Actually, the last time Fox News hosted a debate they removed their poll within hours (www.abovetopsecret.com...). Atleast this time they actually waited until sun up so that they could praise Romney on their morning show. But the question is, why would you even have an online poll hosted on your website if you only plan to delete it within a few hours without posting the results? Doesnt seem to make much sense.
The problem is the mainstream media, not only Fox, is so against Ron Paul and his anti war policy, that they will go to unseen lengths to keep him
hidden from the public. Let us not forget about Jon Stewart's wonderful rant on how the media refuses to give him equal air time with the, at the
time, top three 'front runners'.
Of course once Paul actually slid into the top three the 'top tier' became the top two.
It doesnt matter if you're for Ron Paul or even agree with him at all. The fact is the media is actively attempting to bury his name and you have to
ask yourself why. This could possibly sum it up:
The point is, you only get one vote per IP address on these online polls so why exactly are they creating polls if they never plan to post the
results? Beyond that, if Romney (or Perry for that matter) actually won the poll, do you honestly believe that the talking heads on Fox News wouldnt
be praising it instead of deleting it without mention? I wonder.
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