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Originally posted by eLPresidente
reply to post by shadowmyst
yea but don't get discouraged, apply to be a delegate for Ron Paul at least.
Originally posted by FoosM
They are not going to, and they never really have.
I hope that is starting to sink into the minds of many Americans.
Their mainstream media has been infiltrated, bought out, and corrupted decades ago.
Its time to boycott the mainstream media, and start supporting the alternatives.
The local media & the internet.
As a matter of fact:
Turn your TVs off.
edit on 13-11-2011 by FoosM because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Common Good
Its time to "Occupy Paul".
He needs as much support as he can get right now.
Thats one man that can bring change and all the fat cats know it.
Thats why they are trying to keep him away.
We all know whats going on.
These television stations better get their ____together, real fast.
Herman Cain said that he did not think Ron Paul would make a good President.
Rick Perry said, “I didn't ever consider Ron Paul
Originally posted by mytheroy
I totally agree... I've seen a lot of his ad campaigns before he drop out in the president race. He is one politician that is for the people, and they don't want that,
Ron Paul: Paul is able to provide the biggest contrast with his rivals when he discusses his opposition to U.S. military intervention abroad and what he sees as civil liberties violations against U.S. citizens, and this debate gave him a chance to hit those notes repeatedly. Paul was passionate about issues like his opposition to waterboarding: "It's illegal under international law and under our law," he said. He also called it "immoral," as well as the U.S. government killing U.S. citizens who are suspected of terrorism, saying, "I don't think we should give up so easily on our rule of law." The polls suggest Paul's brand of hardcore libertarianism has a limited appeal with GOP primary voters, and he remains a serious longshot for the Republican presidential nomination. But his goal is also to get his ideas into the public sphere, and on that front this debate was an unqualified success for him.