Republican Jewish Coalition Bars Ron Paul From Presidential Debate

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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 04:25 AM
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Republican Jewish Coalition Bars Ron Paul From Presidential Debate, Saying He's Too "misguided and extreme"


On Wednesday, Dec. 7, the Republican Jewish Coalition will host a presidential-candidates forum featuring Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum. Not invited is the GOP candidate currently polling around third in New Hampshire and second in Iowa: Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). The explanation:

Paul was not invited to attend the RJC's candidates forum because the organization - as it has stated numerous times in the past - "rejects his misguided and extreme views," said [RJC Executive Director Matt] Brooks.

"He's just so far outside of the mainstream of the Republican party and this organization," Brooks said. Inviting Paul to attend would be "like inviting Barack Obama to speak."


I am absolutely shocked that this Jewish Zionist would say such a thing… not.


Who really calls the shots in the Republican Party? Pretty simple answer, the Zionists, and they apparently do not like Ron Paul. To them, his views are so far away from the Republican Party belief in ‘limited government, strong national security, and (supposedly) Christian morality’ that he might as well be a Barack Obama type of Liberal.



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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 04:29 AM
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Sounds a little biased to me..
Funny how the Jews always scream discrimination every chance they get and yet do this..

Hypocricy at it's finest IMO..
S&F


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 04:40 AM
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Israel said it themselves that it would be stupid to start a war with Iran. You guy want to know what isn't stupid for Israel? to make American fight the war for them. Not their money, not their lives, not their damn business.

And if we don't do it? We're all anti-semites. Oh yea...I've heard it way too much..and I don't even have any positive or negative feelings toward Jews yet I've been called an anti-semite on two separate occasions for suggesting Israel is and should be a sovereign nation that make their own decisions.


Although I do have a friend that is very pro-sovereign Israel that should take responsibility for themselves and stop leeching off America, they are rather rare to come across though.
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 04:40 AM
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Probably because Israel wants to blow the war horn with America and Paul is anti war.

But it’s so true that this is very hypocritical, maybe they are being racist


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 04:56 AM
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Originally posted by WakeUpRiseUp
Probably because Israel wants to blow the war horn with America and Paul is anti war.

But it’s so true that this is very hypocritical, maybe they are being racist


Paul also wants to end the Fed..
I wonder how some Jews feel about that.


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 05:49 AM
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I love how protecting civil rights and the Constitution, is considered "EXTREME" to this group of people and many others ..

How off base are THEY?

It's ridiculous, if there is anything resembling an NWO group, they sure are doing a great job brainwashing the ignorant.



So sick of America falling for the same BS every 4 years..


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 06:25 AM
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If this isn't convenient...

Dr. Paul is the only TRUE Republican/Conservative to the core.

Calling any one of the other nominees a "Republican" or "Conservative"....
Well, that's just telling a lie.


They are scared of him and his TRUTH.
He knows exactly why, who and why caused this mess.
He also knows the real steps to take to get our country back.
These people are just cowards who hate attention.
They are part of the reason.
And I bet they just don't want to be acknowledged for it.


This is exactly why politics is so funked up these days.
It's all a well orchestrated plan.







posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 06:36 AM
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What a joke. I wonder how much media coverage this event will get compared to the debates?



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 07:19 AM
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do they have the right to do that ?


i mean its all about elections isnt it ? shouldnt they all be invited , including Dr Paul ?

does the law allow them to excluded him ?

this is really frustrating



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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So long as they are the ones hosting the event, which I believe they are, then yes it is their decision on who to allow in the debate or who to exclude. This time, unfortunately, Ron Paul will be excluded because they do not agree with his politics. So instead of letting him speak, which according to their logic hardly any Republicans would not even care to hear, they just simply silence him. Something tells me they fear him, it has absolutely nothing to do with him not being a true Republican or any of that nonsense.


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:07 AM
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After reading the article. It is quite simple. He is not in their pocket. They can't control him like they do most of DC politicians so they don't want him. It is becoming more obvious who is actually running the US government. As if a lot of us didn't already know. This gives more reason to vote for Ron Paul.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:26 AM
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For anyone interested here is the web site for the The RJC and the organizations contact information page

RJC Conact Info

Personally I think this is disgusting. Like him or not, someone is listening to him and his poll numbers are much better than other participants. Even worse... how many debates have we seen where Romney, Newt, Cain, Perry, Bachman, Huntsman and Santorum all said, "Ron Paul is right" about one topic or another? Pick your debate... so far in each one, one of the other Candidates at some point has said Ron Paul is right and agreed with him about whatever the topic at that moment happened to have been. So would that not make all these other invited Candidates "out there" and "extreme" on that particular view that they agreed with Ron Paul about?


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:30 AM
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I think this should violate campaign finance law. You can't give some candidates air time and refuse to give the same to other candidates.

Ron Paul should buy up all the ad spots during the debate. His marketing would be far more effective than their bickering! He could turn this into a win for him with ease. Each commercial break should feature a Ron Paul ad pointing out the flaws in the other candidates and the facts on his platform.

Plus, being withheld from the debate is sure to get him more attention than putting him in the debate and then not asking any questions of him.

I think this might be a good thing.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 09:03 AM
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What I love is how this gives great bullet points to teach other voters about Ron Paul.

Really, nobody (MSM-fed Sheeple types) would believe that a frontrunner candidate could nor would be excluded like that. So busting out the facts makes people scratch their head and wonder "why are they doing that to that guy? What is he all about?"

Keep on maligning Ron Paul all you shills, media whores, Illuminati pitchers and catchers...Your hard work is paying off!

ETA: On to Fwd the story to my Dad, bit by bit I'm trying to shear the wool off his eyes ;D
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 09:11 AM
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ETA: On to Fwd the story to my Dad, bit by bit I'm trying to shear the wool off his eyes ;D


Took me a whole year, but my Dad and Mom are both supporting RP now! They are also sharing their thoughts and promoting him on Facebook, and from what I've heard, they've recruited a couple of others.

RP is a difficult guy to understand. You have to actually listen to him and read his stuff and realize he won't do soundbites and talking points. His ideas are sincere and intelligent, and he offers real solutions that won't fit in a 10 second soundbite.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 11:16 AM
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Ron Paul isn't being invited by RJC , because of his views on Israel. He has stated many times that we shouldn't interfere in their affairs and we should let them stand alone. He has also stated on numerous occasions that we should stop giving them economic aid. Sorry, I'm not real good on the computer, but if you go to You Tube and type in...Ron Paul stop backing Israel, you'll find examples of what I'm claiming.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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Open letter that responded to this, making there action of exclusion and comparison to Obama look even more crazy and clearly prejudice, not on policy towards Israel but on control. Just wow on so many levels, and that doesn't even cover it, if this doesn't wake a few souls up nothing will.

Response to the Snub



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 11:29 AM
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What's your point? So he wants Israel to be a sovereign nation and get off Americas teet.... Who are these republican jews, do they hold dual citizenship or something, why is it so important that Israels issues come first in a American election?


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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by jheated5
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What's your point? So he wants Israel to be a sovereign nation and get off Americas teet.... Who are these republican jews, do they hold dual citizenship or something, why is it so important that Israels issues come first in a American election?


You are SO right on here. Since when is Israel an American issue? Israel is not one of the 50 states, and shouldn't be treated as such. We should be concerned with how the United States of America will be governed, not what might happen to Israel if we stop sending them money. It makes me extremely upset that anyone would exclude Ron Paul out of a Presidential debate just because he wants to take foreign aid away from EVERYONE, not just Israel. He is trying to save this country from collapse, and all they can think about is themselves and what happens to their country across the world. We need to focus on our own nation instead of theirs, as well as all the others that have been getting aid from us.

Wealthy uncle Sam has been taking care of all his relatives who have gotten used to receiving an allowance every week. Now that uncle Sam is broke, he can't give anymore, but these relatives just keep prodding him to continue borrowing from his neighbors and forging money so he can sustain THEIR lifestyles. Uncle Sam will end up in a card-board box, because his relatives will suck the life-blood out of him, and they don't give a damn what happens to him. This is sick, people. This is VERY, VERY sick.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 12:39 PM
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Ron Paul is too much of a gentleman to do this so I will do it for him.....


Two big fat middle fingers to the Republican jewish coalition.





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