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Disgusting treatment of a presidential candidate by fox news(yes I mean Ron Paul)

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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 10:56 PM
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No matter if you like the guy or not you should be disgusted by Fox News. They are basically trying to force out a candidate. This is not their job.
I really don't understand how such a concerted effort on so many fronts can happen. The planning alone must be monsterous. To try and discredit and change peoples minds with the tricks they use should be a crime.
Even if you hate Dr. Paul you should still be mad as hell.
I am going to ban all products in my house that advertises with them. If anyone has a list please post it along with any other ideas I could do. Also chime in and show your support for boycotting Fox news.




posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:03 PM
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Well I completely agree, but could you give us a link to something you've seen or heard, so we can make some informed speculations?
My computer was a Civil War reject, so I don't have a lot of capability right now. Sorry.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:04 PM
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I agree bro. I was watching the in between talks and they literally called Ron Paul a crazy person. I was so pissed off. Those blobs of low IQ goobers just sitting there bashing on him. It was unreal. Creatures these people are, seriously.

I hate Fox News.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:05 PM
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If you watched the debates tonight you would have seen. It might be posted on YouTube sometime this week so maybe then but it was ridiculous.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:06 PM
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I completely agree. Although if I wasn't a Ron Paul supporter I don't think I would have noticed quite as much. That would be the point.
I sent a few rather nasty Tweets their way. The host was a total jerk and shouldn't be allowed on public television. Their entire effort to harm this man's chances at becoming a candidate is disgusting. Although.. I do believe they are too late. His support just keeps booming. All I have to say to Faux and their supporters is HAHA

This is an old list, but its a list nonetheless. It came from: foxnewssucks.blogspot.com...


From FoxNewsBoycott.com * Acura * Aflac * Best Buy * Burlington Coat Factory * Celebrity Cruises * Choice Hotels * Dawn * Dell * Earthlink * Eloan.com * Hefty Bags * Holiday Inn Express * Hula Networks * IAMS * L. L. Bean * Morgan Stanley * Napster.com * Nextel (aka Sprint) * Office Depot * Orbitz * Progressive Insurance * Spiriva * Tyson Foods * Vehix.com * Wachovia Finance


RON PAUL 2012!

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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:08 PM
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Oh man, pissed does not cover it. I almost turned it off before the last section and I should have considering they completely ignored him the entire time. Did you see how rude the host was about the stupid ding noise to Ron and just let everybody slide except for one instance?
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:09 PM
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This may backfire. A lot of liberals hate fox news, so they naturally oppose what fox promotes, if they see the mistreatment they may support ron paul.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:10 PM
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I'm deep in my bunker and the lights bulbs starting to flicker. lol Didn't get to see the debate, but now I'm veeery curious! S&F.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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Yeah, that debate was a joke of Fox News.

My parents actually supported and voted for Obama. I got them on the Paul train (usually parents influence their kids votes
) and they were MAD at how Paul was treated during the debate.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:21 PM
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Originally posted by listeningintently2728
reply to post by jlafleur02
 


I completely agree. Although if I wasn't a Ron Paul supporter I don't think I would have noticed quite as much. That would be the point.
I sent a few rather nasty Tweets their way. The host was a total jerk and shouldn't be allowed on public television. Their entire effort to harm this man's chances at becoming a candidate is disgusting. Although.. I do believe they are too late. His support just keeps booming. All I have to say to Faux and their supporters is HAHA

This is an old list, but its a list nonetheless. It came from: foxnewssucks.blogspot.com...

From FoxNewsBoycott.com
* Acura
* Aflac
* Best Buy
* Burlington Coat Factory
* Celebrity Cruises
* Choice Hotels
* Dawn
* Dell
* Earthlink
* Eloan.com
* Hefty Bags
* Holiday Inn Express
* Hula Networks
* IAMS
* L. L. Bean
* Morgan Stanley
* Napster.com
* Nextel (aka Sprint)
* Office Depot
* Orbitz
* Progressive Insurance
* Spiriva
* Tyson Foods
* Vehix.com
* Wachovia Finance



Now as a side venture, take each and every one of those companies, type "who owns" each one of them in google and see if they aren't serving currently on the board of directors at Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Federal Reserve, JP Morgan, Monsanto, Merck, or in Obama's administration. Let's play a game of "I Spy The Corruption."
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:25 PM
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Originally posted by filosophia
This may backfire. A lot of liberals hate fox news, so they naturally oppose what fox promotes, if they see the mistreatment they may support ron paul.


I think you might be right. Look at the support Ron paul is getting. More and more everyday. My father actually was talking to me about Dr. Paul and the whole time I was thinking to myself that I have been talking to him for years about this. Maybe he just likes to think it was his idea. I will be donating 50$ tommorrow. I wasn't but after this I realize he needs all the help he can get.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:33 PM
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Originally posted by lowundertheradar
Well I completely agree, but could you give us a link to something you've seen or heard, so we can make some informed speculations?
My computer was a Civil War reject, so I don't have a lot of capability right now. Sorry.
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How about a direct quote, referring to Ron Paul being anti-war:

"Ron Paul has jumped the Shark. I'm Ron Paul... I'm insane"

After making that statement about Ron Paul they did not allow him to speak again until the end of the debate during his 30 second wrap up comment.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 11:35 PM
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www.investorvillage.com...
December 28, 2007 10:39 pm EST

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – According to the New Hampshire State Republican Party and an Associated Press report, Republican presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul will be excluded from an upcoming forum of Republican candidates to be broadcast by Fox News on January 6, 2008.



Fox News excluded Paul from its Sunday night Republican debate with the big five -- Giuliani, Fred Thompson, Huckabee, Mitt Romney and John McCain. So Paul gets 10% in Iowa and gets excluded, but Rudy gets 4% and sits on the left end of the Fox Box desk. Hmmm...

" Leno said, "I'm trying to figure out why Fox News chose not to put you on."

"You know," Paul replied, "we tried to find that out. But they didn't return our call."...

Paul speculates that Fox "didn't want to hear the message. Maybe they're intimidated. Maybe they're frightened. Maybe they don't want to hear the truth. Who knows?"
latimesblogs.latimes.com...



posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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The coverage in general and the question from Bret Baier was unfortunately predictable from Fox news. They are obviously conservative and Ron Paul's stance on foreign policy is not in line with most Republicans. That's exactly what Fox news was trying to do last night....expose what they think is a weak foreign policy and berate Ron Paul for it. I'm firmly behind Ron Paul, but his ideas about the Middle East conflict, Israel and Iran seem to be enough ,sadly, to lose him the Republican nomination.



posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 12:15 PM
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I noticed this too....starting with the O'Reilly show, where his nightly chat with one of the Fox News "Stepford Women" (this night Meghan Kelly) they were talking about the upcoming debate, and how the Fox News people were going to ask some "tough questions"....and Ms Kelly said maybe they should ask RP why he can't get a shirt collar that fits, or something to that effect....and I thought....here we go. Fox is such a joke. I can't watch for more than a few minutes without my blood boiling....but then again, same goes for them all to tell the truth. They all have an agenda.



posted on Dec, 16 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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You All know that MSM has been controlled since the early 1900's this is not new. T.P.T.B. only want you to see what they want you to see. To get the real News you have to seek Alternative media and make a Balanced decision.



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